Witching For Water

No matter what the origin, divining or dowsing or witching for water is practiced all over the world and despite scientific ridicule, water witches still flourish today.



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William C. Barham uses a forked stick to check for water.
PHOTO: DURWARD MATHENY
Water witching with grapevine
The grapevine spins as Arthur Lee Brown finds water.
DURWARD MATHENY
Water witching grapevine points to water
The grapevine Arthur Lee Brown holds points to water.
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The forked stick dips toward water for William C. Barham.
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