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Bovis scale

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The origins, and the inventor A. Bovis
The origins of the term "Bovis" is unclear. According to different sources the Bovis-scale is named after a French alleged physicist, radiestesist, inventor and tinkerer Bovis. His first name is referred as Anton<ref></ref>, Antoine<ref></ref><ref></ref> André Bovis aus Nizza<ref></ref> or Alfred<ref></ref>, and his bith date is the 12th of january 1871 in Nice (France). His death occured the day november, 13 1947.
The szech radio-technician an pseudo-scientist Karel Drbal asserts in his book ''The Struggle for the Pyramid Patent'',<ref>Drbal, Karel: The Struggle for the Pyramid Patent. Warner Destiny, 1976)</ref>, that the inventor of the Bovis-scale would be Antoine Bovis, who allegedly had a hard-ware store and made private radiestetic studies and worked on a [[Esotericism|esoteric]] pyramide-energy. On the website "" a Antoine Bovis is also mentioned.<ref></ref> shows a book of a "A. Bovis" in which he repots about his ''"methode nicoise méthode niçoise de radiesthesie"'' (Nice-metho method of radiestesia) with his ''biometre''. But, the first name Antoine is never shown, the author is always descrd as "Mr. A. Bovis" living at the address "Bovis, 15 rue Pertinax, Nice". Apparently, and for unknown reasons, the author decided not to reveal his first name.
On the other hand however, there are no doubts, that "Mr. A. Bovis" was in reality André Bovis, a tinkerer, inventor and radiestesist from Nice in southern France. His grandson Jacques Bovis, who defines himself as a "geobiologist", refers to his grandfather André Bovis and his alleged radiestetic abilities.<ref></ref>.

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