Golding Dowsing


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  • The siege of Tyre

    The Phoenicians: their influence on ancient and modern culture - Liza Llewellyn*

    Several of our speakers lately have mentioned the Phoenicians in passing. They haven’t elaborated on it, probably because (like the rest of us) they don’t know much about them either. Liza Llewellyn is an independent researcher adventurer, and a long-time student of ancient culture, earth mysteries and the roots of religion.

  • Labyrinths in Arlingham

    New discoveries on your own doorstep - Ros Milward*

    Our speaker on 8th October, Ros Milward, told us about her own exciting discoveries by dowsing the landscape right on our doorstep. Her remarkable dowsing achievement has revealed a Venus symbol in the landscape. It all began when a dowsing colleague first discovered an egg-shaped dome in the Uley area. Ros was intrigued.

  • Labyrinths in Arlingham

    Dowsing a Labyrinth at St Augustine’s Farm, Arlingham

    Being open to the public, and particularly to school groups who like to visit the animals, the camera obscura, display of old farming equipment and especially the cafe, St Augustine’s has a wealth of interesting things to see during a day out. Walking a labyrinth would add to the experience.

  • Hartmann and Curry ley lines

    The Hartmann and Curry Lines - Steve Dawson*

    Our planet earth is surrounded by a highly complex grid of energy lines, rather like a hair net. Actually, it’s more accurate to say two grids, the Hartmann and Curry Lines. But that's not all...

  • Investigating Coaley Church

    There were only six of us on Saturday 22nd August, but learning how to read our local church was so interesting, we felt sorry for those members who missed out.

  • Stolen Images – Pagan Symbolism in Church Architecture - Peter Knight*

    Peter Knight needs no introduction to Slimbridge Dowsers. He has guided us around the Cerne Abbas Giant, Avebury and the West Kennet Long Barrow in the past. Today he came to tell us about his tenth book, Stolen Images – Pagan Symbolism in Church Architecture.

  • The Sacred Landscape: Connecting to the Power of Place – David Furlong*

    Using sacred geometry, some high powered mathematics, author David Furlong has discovered what appears to be geometric patterns projected onto the landscape.

  • The Get Grubby Gang hits Slimbridge

    As part of the Gloucester Wildlife Watch, leader of The Grubby Gang, Val Box contacted us last January, and asked if we could show the Gang how to dowse. The Get Grubby Gang isn’t as formidable as it sounds. In fact, after they left, we all said, “What a super bunch of kids!”

  • The Glastonbury Zodiac

    Katherine Maltwood was a pioneer of astro-archaeology who wrote several books filled with hints regarding the existance of the Glastonbury Zodiac and used her skills to understand the relationships between the stories of many of the world's ancient mythologies, and the constellations in the night sky.

  • Not your usual energy shop

    Some of the shops in Dursley’s Parsonage Street are believed to have a resident ghost (or two), but not number 24. However, it does have an unusually uplifting energy.

  • International Dowsing day at The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

    Dowsing was popular with children and adults alike, some of them doing extremely well at their first attempt
    Monday, May 4th 2015

  • Looking for a quarrel? The first field trip of the year

    Field trip to Hart's Barn Craft Centre in the Forest of Dean where dowsing revealed the site has a rich Roman and Norman history.
    Saturday, April 25th 2015

  • John Baker water diviner

    Dowsing for Wells, Water, and Other Holes in the Ground - John Baker*

    John Baker talks about dowsing for wells, water and other holes in the ground. Reporter William Langley was sent along by the Telegraph newspaper to listen in and have a go!
    Saturday, April 11th 2015

  • Charlie Chaplin with spanner

    Psychometric Dowsing - The Meeting That Wasn’t

    A spanner in the works! Some things simply are not meant to be. Despite careful planning, our meeting on Saturday 28th March did not happen.
    Saturday, March 28th 2015

  • General view of the garden

    Monk's Glade Chakra Garden - Heaven on Earth - Celia Gunn*

    Celia Gunn and husband Anthony bought a rubble strewn mess. Celia decided to turn it into a spiritual garden based on the chakras. Celia spoke to us last year about her experiences with the Sinixt Indian tribe in Canada where she first learned about listening to nature.
    Saturday, March 14th 2015

  • Labyrinths

    Labyrinths - Jeff Saward*

    Jeff Saward explains the difference between a maze and a labyrinth and takes us on a historical tour before joining in healthy debate with his audience as to their purpose.
    Saturday, February 28th 2015

  • Sun pyramid

    Bosnian Pyramids - Lorraine Doherty*

    If you search ‘Bosnian Pyramids’ on Wikipedia, their report is very sceptical, claiming they are just natural hills covered in vegetation, and the whole thing is a ‘cruel hoax’. Wikipedia seems to be a little out of date.
    Thursday, February 12th 2015

  • Sunflower seed head

    Sacred Geometry - Trish Mills

    Spirals are nature’s most repeated pattern - the seeds in a sunflower, nebulae in outer space, storms and hurricanes, whirlpools, sea shells, the nautilus and ammonites to name but a few.
    Saturday, January 24th 2015

  • Clive Thompson

    Using Double-V Rods to find water - Peter Golding

    Peter Golding discusses the merits of the Double-V dowsing rod designed by Clive Thompson (pictured here), former President of the British Society of Dowsers and an Honorary Life Vice-President.
    Thursday, January 8th 2015

  • * Denotes visiting speaker

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