Sussex Dowsers Meetings for October 2014 – December 2014  

Indoor Meetings are held at The Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way,
St Pancras, Chichester PO19 7LG
£5 non-members, £3.50 members.
Meetings start at 2pm  Doors open 1.40pm.
Contact – Sandra McKenzie – 01329 234398

Refreshments available and Dowsing Practice after tea

Sunday 12 October : Dowsing for Intolerances with Carol Charles

Carol Charles is an experienced Dowsing tutor specialising in Health. She is a
Bach Flower Essence practitioner and Massage Therapist. She teaches a wide range of Therapies at venues all over West Sussex..

Today she will work with us to Dowse for Intolerances. Find out about your energy field . Find what is beneficial/non-beneficial for you. Bring your rods and pendulum.

Bring any food you might be intolerant to. Bring your medications, supplements, essential oils, makeup, personal products (shampoo, after shave, bodywash, toothpaste) — please label them with a marker pen.

Sunday 9 November:  The Cerne Giant – Landscape, Gods and the     Stargate with Peter Knight

Peter Knight returns to give another inspiring presentation about his latest book.
He will be  looking at the gods associated with the Cerne Giant, the famous phallic Dorset chalk icon, such as Bran, Dagda, Gwyn, Osiris, etc and the folklore regarding the fertility aspects of the Giant.

He will also show us his groundbreaking new discoveries of the astronomical alignments he has found, both solar and stellar, which date the figure, and the links with the stars of Orion and an Egyptian Stargate of Osiris – a doorway to the Otherworld.

Peter is the author of  8 books about sacred sites, dowsing and sacred landscapes, and is an international speaker, dowser, shamanic facilitator, and sacred sites guide. His books delve into the hidden aspects of sites, as he tries to unravel their meanings in a ‘holistic’ approach. He also advocates how sacred sites can be accessed today to procure earth healing and personal transformation.

 Sunday 14 December: The Deeper History of Christmas with Andy Thomas

In a fascinating and uplifting presentation, Andy Thomas uncovers the intriguing deeper background to the festive season. From the ancient celebration of light in the winter darkness, to astrological themes, mystic connections and the marking of the birth of messiahs, mid-December has long been a time for rejoicing.

The traditional Christmas stories echo many ancient myths and still contain powerful truths. Yet Christmas was banned in Puritan times, and splintered into many guises before the Victorians rehabilitated the festival. Andy shows how, for all the modern commercialisation, we can still find meaning in Christmas today and keep the flame of light in the winter darkness alive
Andy is best known as a leading researcher into unexplained mysteries and is the author of the acclaimed The Truth Agenda, which explores paranormal phenomena and global cover-ups. But he is also author of several books on history and local folklore (including the Lewes Bonfire Night festivities). One of his favourite reads is Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, and Andy believes that annual festivals have wider meaning for us than is recognised

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