Spider Hunter requires a hand tool and a community map. Spider hunting is much more complicated than finding pattern shapes that resemble "spiderwebs," under communities, it is a dangerous practice when the logistics supporting the quick deployment of phone lines, chemical weapons poly tubing, poly tubing for plumbers snakes, interference signaling for media, and other mechanisms of influence for a premise, politician, and community, including induction, is considered.|
On this day, the Iraqi police force, which has lost more than 15,000 officers defending the people in the territory, uses AM proximity "dowsing" to locate bombs at check points, by finding the electronic timing circuit hidden in vehicles or clothing near check points. This can easily be made using a small AM radio, and moving close to your Television, or far from your television. The static sound is AM proximity detection. In America, rabbit ear type dowsing, made with two rod length pieces of 1/16 metal about 20" in length bent into the shape of an L and L. This is used with a community map, and assists locating induction wiring targeting communities.
The name spider hunter, comes from an observation of a drill site targeting each other home in the community using a trencher or directional drill. With a community map and a hand tool, we walk the community with hand tool leading our path, marking on the map each time something is found underfoot, and indicated when the LL shaped rods cross, like an X. After walking all the other streets in the community and marking the map, a quick round of connect the dots between marks made, identifies the drill sites targeting the communities. The pattern shapes resemble spiderwebs, grids, wolverine claws, or other patterns; this is why the activity is called "Spider Hunter," the result of what is found.