You can use the Universal Depth Rod not only when you are determining the direction
to a treasure
or a mineral deposit but also when determining depth.
When you are ready to determine the direction to your treasure,
load the sample compartment in the base of the instrument with the appropriate
sample and hold
the instrument as shown in the photo labeled "Finding
The high tensile spring rod allows easy observance of the slightest dowsing
You either follow the direction of the swing or use the method of triangulation.
When you think you are over the top of your target, hold the instrument
straight down as in "Finding
The Direction" and watch to see if the end of the instrument operates in a circular pattern.
To estimate the depth of your treasure, hold the depth rod horizontally
as in the bottom most photo.
First try it directly over the spot and observe to see if it bobs straight
up and down.
Then move out to the side from that spot, and keep taking readings until
you see the tip of the instrument bobbing at an angle of 45 degrees, as
shown in the drawing.
You can estimate the depth of your treasure to be equal to the distance
from the center point to the place where the tip bobbed at a 45 degree
angle, less about 3.5 feet.
The Universal Depth Road can be used to search for gold, silver,
mercury, lead, copper, diamonds, paper money, oil, water, or any other
You need only to insert a small sample of whatever kind of material you
are looking for into the sample compartment.
UDR comes complete with samples to use when searching for gold
a mineral sample set containing 30 other samples of valuable metal and
including ores of copper, lead, zine, uranium, nickel, iron and opals and
comprehensive operating instructions.
The Anderson rods are operated by people with dowsing skills