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Press Release - Dowsing for Missing People, Historical Buried Treasure And Water For Drought-ridden Cities

Caylee Anthony Case Dowser, Ginette Matacia Lucas Pens Article for 
American Society of Dowsers

Houston, Texas (June 5, 2012) -- Ginette Matacia Lucas, lifetime member of the
American Society of Dowsers (ASD) and preeminent dowser on the case of the
missing toddler, Caylee Anthony, pens a practical "How to" article for an ASD
quarterly publication that includes her fascinating experiences and pivotal strategies
for dowsing lost objects and treasure to dowsing on internationally publicized and
controversial criminal cases. 

"Missing person cases are increasing at alarming rates as evidenced by growing
statistics. Dowsing supported by positive media coverage including proactive
network programming such as Nancy Grace and Anderson Cooper, as well as,
social media create greater awareness and can help us solve cases more efficiently
and effectively. Communities have joined forces to fight the war on the missing
by way of information exchange and dowsing, and Team Matacia is facilitating
such endeavors. 

Ginette's father, Louis Matacia is an acclaimed dowser and joins her efforts with
Washington, D.C. community activist, Keith Jarrell and Texas dowser/astrologer,
Pamela Miltenberger. We recognize that dowsing is a multifaceted tool that lends
itself to locating missing persons and dowsing drought-ridden cities to dowsing
for product development. I recently learned that Marc Mondavi has created a wine
called, "The Divining Rod" which is based on successful water dowsing in his
vineyard," stated Ginette. "We are working on a vast range of dowsing projects
and educating the public at the same time. It's wonderful to be able to help solve
cases, find missing loved ones, and uncover buried historical treasure." Ginette’s
extraordinary account of her diverse dowsing experience is published in the May
issue of American Dowser and online at
     The American Society of Dowsers annual convention is June 6th – 11th at 
     Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT. Contact: Nathan Platt, 802.684.3417