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Month: June 2017

Tellurian lines, Dragon Lines and Birkland Currents

Tellurian lines, Dragon Lines and Birkland Currents

So not a mystery anymore, with Birkland currents getting serious scientific recognition as science begins to recognise the role of Plasma currents in space, we dowsers on earth can point to the currents that flow across the landscape which have had numerous names but which are beginning to solidify around the two popular names for these Plasma constructs. For the scientific minded these Earth energy lines are now called Tellurian lines and for the Spiritual minded they are called Dragon…

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Dowsing A Roman Road and Farmhouse

Dowsing A Roman Road and Farmhouse

Great food, great company, great evening. In the deepest Surrey countryside on a warm Summer evening.   Sue, a Waverley dowsers member has a couple of fields which have shown to have been likely occupied in Roman times.   If you project the nearby marked Roman Road, on the OS map, it should pass across the corner of these.   Plus from Google Earth an aerial photo implies that there are outlines of something in her largest field. We headed off to the Roman…

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Archaeological Dowsing with Don Bryan Saturday 17th June

Archaeological Dowsing with Don Bryan Saturday 17th June

Waverley Abbey is a classical monastic ruin of a Church and Hospital. It was the very first monastery founded in Britain by the reforming Cistercian religious order   It is in a lovely setting on the banks of the River Wey.  We will open up at 10.00am on saturday morning and finish whenever you like (probably close at 16.00).  Bring a packed lunch and your tools. Call in when you can. Waverley Lane, B3001, on the Road that goes from Milford to…

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Energy Workshops and Dowsing Ancient Almhouse

Energy Workshops and Dowsing Ancient Almhouse

The Hospital of St Cross and Almshouse of Noble Poverty is a medieval almshouse in Winchester, Hampshire, England, founded between 1132 and 1136. It is the oldest charitable institution in the United Kingdom.[1] The founder was Henry of Blois, Bishop of Winchester, grandson of William the Conqueror and younger brother to King Stephen of England. It is also the largest medieval almshouse in Britain: it is built on the scale of an Oxford or Cambridge college, although it is older…

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