Golding Dowsing


From Atlantis to Orion's Belt - Trish Mills considers some ancient mysteries, Saturday 23rd February

Regular readers of this column will know that dowsing usually raises more questions than answers. However, in a talk on 23rd February, ‘From Atlantis to Orion’s Belt’, having raised a lot of questions, our speaker suggested she might also have some answers this time. Intriguing stuff.

Was Atlantis really a myth, or was its disappearance due to the ending of the last Ice Age some 12,000 years ago? And was that when the major flood occurred, acknowledged by almost every religion, so there obviously was one.

Were the astronomically-aligned pyramids and the sphinx built around that time, not by the Pharaohs some 4,500 years ago, as we have been led to believe?

There is a lot of evidence to suggest that the Sphinx could certainly be 12,000 years old; the damage it has suffered was not due to blowing sand, but to water erosion - rain damage and lots of it. Giza was not always desert.

Also the Sphinx’s head is too small to be in proportion, and may originally have been a lion’s head on a lion’s body, simply re-carved to honour one of the pharaohs, probably Khafre in 2,500 BC. It was in all likelihood ancient when he got to it.

Sphinx at Giza

The nearby pyramids could well have been built 12,000 years ago too. The Great Pyramid at Giza is more accurately aligned true north-south than the Meridian Building at Greenwich Observatory in London, so it was obviously built by someone who knew and understood astronomy.

The earliest pyramids weren’t built as tombs, and furthermore, there’s a lot going on underground as well as above it. There are tunnels, caves, subterranean chambers, and possibly even a temple beneath the sphinx. Why? And what were they for?

Newgrange Ireland Entrance to Newgrange in Ireland showing the spirals carved on one of the many kerb stones. What did they represent?

Our speaker then went on to show plans and pictures of Newgrange in Ireland, Avebury and Stonehenge in Wiltshire, and mentioned in passing all the other mysterious monuments, henges, mounds, stone circles and rock chambers all over the world, which even today are beyond our understanding.

Not only are all these megaliths astronomically aligned, but Stonehenge has 56 mud-lined clay pits along its ditch. Why? Avebury has four causeways, and magnetic stones. What were they for? And Newgrange is covered in megalithic art, painstakingly carved with flint tools, much of it spirals, spirals and more spirals. What was the significance of that?

This was where our speaker humbly suggested she might have some answers. John Burke and Kaj Halberg, authors of “Seed of Knowledge, Stone of Plenty”, have spent years researching, and have discovered that virtually all ancient megaliths have been deliberately constructed in order to react with underground geology, and to produce an electrostatic charge.

And when ancient man exposed his wheat as seed, seed corn and sweet potatoes to this electrostatic charge at his local mound, henge or pyramid, then planted the imbued seed, it germinated more quickly, was less affected by extremes of climate, and had as much as 300% higher yield.

So, lightbulb moment! The clay-lined pits at Stonehenge? Handy place to put your seed. Those caverns under the pyramids and the sphinx, and the causeways at Avebury? Great conductors of underground electricity. And those spirals all over Newgrange? How else would you depict electrical current???

These ancient megaliths were fertility machines - and still are! It is still working after thousands of years. “But,” said our speaker, “don’t take my word for it! Go out and dowse it for yourselves.”

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