When you need to get the job done right, you need a good reliable rod. You won’t miss with this version of the original Verne Cameron Aurameter.
Durable construction with adjustable brass head, flexible, sturdy steel wire construction fitted to a plastic grip.
The Aurameter Dowsing Rod, also known as the “Water Compass” was originally invented by Verne Cameron (1896 – 1970) in the 1930s. In 1926, he began dowsing and honed his skills by locating springs and water wells for neighbors. He also wrote about dowsing and subtle energies.
The Aurameter which he perfected in 1952 is a five-in-one divining rod. Many dowsers consider the rod as one of the most sensitive dowsing instruments on the market.
Dowsers use the Aurameter as a compass, pendulum, pointer, wand and counting mechanism.
This dependable Aurameter is of durable construction with adjustable brass head, flexible, sturdy steel wire construction fitted to a plastic grip.
Dowsing requires a quality and reliable dowsing rod to get the job done right. Therefore, you won’t miss with this version of the original Verne Cameron Aurameter.
The Original Cameron Aurameter is a multi-functional, multi-directional rod that replaces the need for L-rods, V or Y rods, Bobbers and pendulums.
The Original Cameron Aurameter has a vertically adjustable head that allows for a variety of positions that can be set to obtain readings for any dowsing assignment.
The Aurameter detects emanations from persons, animals, objects physical and non-physical. This dowsing rod moves on several axis points and the lead and head can move sideways, up and down in a bobbing manner; can move in a circular fashion and oscillate, making this an extremely versatile dowsing tool.
The Aurameter I sell is a quality tool at a reasonable price.
An alternative to the Aurameter is the Bobber Pro dowsing rod.
25 cm / 88 gm – (9.84″ / 3.10 oz)