Saturday, January 21, 2017

Naturalism: Do you believe in divination?

Naturalism is the eighth sense very few people are endowed. They are the likes of those who have green thumb in gardening, blue thumb in fish culture, natural healing in some doctors and faith healers, natural intelligence in forensics.
Dr Abe V Rotor

He is a water diviner – one who can detect the source of ground water by mere perception.

He is a kind old man from Baclaran, a foreigner who has been in the country for years, widely known for his special gift as a “water diviner”.

A company hired him to locate a reliable source of water for a piggery project in Macabebe, Pampanga. Previous to this there was a newly constructed well which ran dry. This is the story related to me by the project manager.

Rock spring, reminiscent of the biblical 
story of Moses tapping water on rock

First he prayed, then looked from a perfect Y-shape branch of guava and cut it like a big frame of a slingshot (tirador). Holding the smaller ends in each hand, and pointing the common end to the ground, he scoured the whole area. Then on a spot he stood, the branch vibrating in his hands. “Dig here,” he said. True, he found an underground stream, which to this day, thirty years after, the well continues to pour out hundreds of gallons of water everyday. 

Can the water diviner detect the vibration of the flow of an underground vein of water (aquifer)? If so, he must have that special gift of naturalism.

Naturalism is the eighth sense very few people are endowed. They are the likes of those who have green thumb in gardening, blue thumb in fish culture, natural healing in some doctors and faith healers, natural intelligence in forensics. Graphology or handwriting analysis is a gift of naturalism. There are people who can sense the coming of a force majeure like an earthquake - a phenomenon known among animals.

While naturalism may be innate in a person, it is important to hone it through years of experience and training. You may have a gift of this kind, so why don't you discover and develop it?

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