PIMs
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What you will need:
Audio + SpiderHunter; Making your First Community Map! With a property perimeter check!
Build your own hand tool! 
Print a Map of your community!



Initial Assessment

How is an initial assessment done for any given site? It is as easy as a perimeter check! Just walk the perimeter of a site and use a map. Follow any "suspicious readings indicating something under foot! The instructions in this article, demonstrate how to make a map with the hand tool! Submit your revisions and keep this method presentation up to date!



Warning about making an Initial Assessment

Be careful telling others what you have found! It can e quickly validated using the same technique taught here!



Use the Hand tool with a community map!

Learning to use a new hand tool, is not often easy for the lay person.

Manual Detection uses rabbit ear type hand tool! Use this with a community map. Walk the streets in your area and mark on the map each time something is indicated below your feet. Play connect the dots when your done to identify the drill site.(Only .25 cents and an area map print out)

Directions for completing a simple area survey and a perimeter check

Step one, make your hand tool set. Two metal hangers cut to length; us the thin brass colored steel type.

Step two, print a map of your community.

Step three, learn to use the tool set.

Step four, walk the streets in your community with the tool set and map.

Step five, make a mark on the map each time something is indicated under foot.

Step six, play a short game of connect the dots after an area perimeter check. Step Seven, call code enforcement to do a professional spot check and have the wiring removed. Keep it about the wiring and do not speculate who, until the harness is removed.



Disarm a drill site location

Step one, Identify the drill site.

Step two, find the closet access to power and detected position. Pull the meter at the property and recheck the area for detected paths. If you have found the wiring transformer, the route found with the tool set will no longer be detected.

Step three, Further detect for the circuit at the breaker box panel.

Step four, If the wiring is still detectable, find an other source for the origin of the problem. Use your meter to check HZ, a sixty or fifty cycle reading can help identify the source as before or after a transformer on a pole.

Step five, Locate the transmission / reception equipment and other attachments from an optionally de-energized problem. Use your map again for dig site locations.




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Technical Tool Use Note, this is not useful for finding "phone lines," WIFI, and/or cell phone sniffers antennas drilled in under the premise. It is useful for finding inaudible cuing and interference signaling if added wording is an issue. "Computer houses" or up link sites could be on any of the web lines put in by the trencher/directional drill.
How was this found? I walked around buildings with hand tool. If hand tool worked and made an X or Cross, and it did work not at all locations, I finished making the map, and surveyed to find where the deployments converge, most of it to someones back, front, or side yard. An example, if you start in volusia mall... you can walk all the way around the mall, and the tool will not work until you get the back of the property. Then a map can be made, lines found target the sears and target retailer, leading back to an adjecent business park. Then nothing the tool does work walking around the other side of mall to finish permiter check in the parking lot. Got to leave the mall on the back side parking lot of the property to finish a map and connecting those same lines to the buildings right behind the mall and another deployment site. If the tool works once, it will work again and for other people, integrity is important for the mapping process, and you have to use a map, and walk more paths. An  example of detection to mapping situation follows after spot check is positive during a perimiter check, indicating more is to be found. A positive spot check, the hand tool works. If the hand tool does not work, no map can be made at the location. Label for the area perimeter check is assigned "clean" and no mpa can be provided to the customer or target locations paying for the service.


Walk with the tool, if it makes an X, you Found a single line! Here is how to solve for it in a ten foot by ten foot area!

.......x....... got hit here, walked a few more paths next to it.
........x...... it worked again!
.........x..... it worked again!
..........x.... keep mapping...

I walk up the street....

..h.....h......h.......h......h.......h.......h...... houses on the street marked as H.
...x......x.....x.......x....x.......x.......x....... tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
....x.......x.....x......x..x......x........x........ tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
..h.....h......h.......h..s1..h.......h.......h...... houses on the street marked as H.
......x........x.....x........x......x............... tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
..........x.......x....x...x...x....x................ tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
..h.....h......h.......h......h.......h.......h...... houses on the street marked as H.
.............x......x....x....x...x.................. tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
................x.....x..x..x...x.................... tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
..h.....h......h.......h......h.......h.......h...... houses on the street marked as H.
....................x...x..x...x..................... tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
.......................x.x..x........................ tools makes x at all these locations GPS, walk down street
..h.....h......h.......h......h.......h.......h...... houses on the street marked as H.
........................s2.x......................... hardware buried in this guys back yard!
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                          HERE is where spider ran the trencher/directional drill machine.
                          Convergance site aka deployment site. Pull this guys power meter
                          and you can not make map anymore with the hand tool and survey practice
                          walking the same grid pattern.

S1, Site 1
S2, Site 2

I offer a location service at Spiderhunter.org.



Why does this tool work?

This tool works as a person nears and leaves a field which places energy onto the person causing the hand tool to make an "X," or a cross in the hands. This tool helps idenitify fields that influence the person at some intensity causing the two pieces of metal to work, the charge is measureable with a multimeter modification identifying a standard electrical deviation for field influence vs non influence areas when one lead is attached to the person, and the other is placed in the ground near the person, shown on youtube channel under video "Lighting people up.". A youtube channel is established for verifying the tool use and teaching how to use this tool to map patterns with the discovered survey practice, for single line deployments, multi-line deployments, and other areas like communites and small towns. You can learn more at the youtube channel or FTP index by visiting Spider Operations on youtube.


Use transparency over your community map as depicted!
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A community map with grid paper. Make a mark on the map when the tool indicates something under foot. Download Grid Paper 2480x3508 and place it over your printed community map as a transparency.
Upgrade to other tools if spot check indicates something below feet. Properly shielded and rated wiring underground will not easily motion these rods, like electric or RF. Example of mapping that is possible with the hand tools, dowsing and radio, is available here. This accuracy is to be duplicated by electronic means and for “Ease of use” by amateurs, professionals, and officers. Tool Set Innovation
This innovation solves the problem of teaching persons how to hold the tool set properly. They work the same with this addition, and this will be used as part of the reduction sensor set being developed. The 1/4 copper tubing is cut to length for the handles and this helps the swing arms move freely in the hand, regardless of the grip the person has on the tool set. Two hangers and 5' of copper tubing, for this tool, cost is under ten dollars. After cutting the tubing to handle length, ream (scrape the inside of the cut tubing to be smooth) the inside of the tubing to help the swing arms motion freely. When the tool set makes an "X" put a mark on the community map as you walk the streets. Remember to walk three paths in a square, as indicated on the pamphlet, when something is found under foot, to help determine the direction of the wiring path back to a drill site.
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Identifying a path with the tool set
This is an example of how to detect the path using the tool set. This is also depicted on the brochure. I have made three "x"'s on my map held in the hands, and played connect the dots to find the path toward a possible drill site or end for the path!
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What will this tool set do in your hands?
This is an example of how the rods motion in your hands while walking. When walking, each time the rods do this, make a mark on your community map! This does not work on properly shielded wiring, near transformers of cable pedestals; it does work on this sort of wiring. Then, play connect the dots to find drill sites! The reason this works, is because energy is placed on the body in this area of the path. It is measurable. The tool should loosely hang in the hands.
27 second video demonstrates X. This video will be updated soon for a better quality presentation.
What does an accurate map look like? The goal is to find drill sites and maintain an accuracy which others can verify. If the community is extensively targeted, these maps demonstrates what can be accomplished using only the hand tool and map with learned or knowledgeable personal, and while marking what is found under foot, before later playing connect the dots. These maps are for one community and two nearby elementary schools. These were made with a hand tool shown and a community map, and can be verified by other persons having the same basic mapping skills set or training.

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