Golding Dowsing


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  • Maria Wheatley

    The Ley of the Land

    Rory Macquisten used to be a Geologist in Africa where he first learnt to dowse for water for local farmers. His recent dowsing is now based around Earth Energy line observations. He has been mapping them across an area of North Wiltshire for the last seven years and has noticed they're on the move.

  • Maria Wheatley

    What if...

    What if the Ancients were right, and everything really is interconnected after all? What if it’s really true, and they knew far more than we understand today? Maria Wheatley.

  • Sinixt tribe pow wow

    From Sinixt to Somerset

    The Sinixt First Nation Indian Tribe was declared extinct by the Canadian government in the 1950s. After an enigmatic encounter with a visionary Native American, Celia Gunn was closely involved for six years with the return of the tribe to their ancestral lands.

  • Herkimer diamond

    Singing the lines

    Susan Hale and Ian Woodcock led the Slimbridge Dowsing Group in a chorus of song and then dowsed energy lines to see if there's any change. The results suggest that the monks, saints and druids of 2,000 to 4,000 years ago sang with real purpose.

  • Arlingham murder article

    Arlingham's dark past - dowsing the crime scene

    The quiet Gloucestershire village of Arlingham has had some grim moments in its time. Arlingham Farm was the scene of a murder and a rape.

  • Black Box

    Radionics - Gill Lowe and Ros Coombes*

    Radionics is a distant healing technique in which our natural intuitive faculties are used through dowsing to discover the energetic disturbances underlying illness and to encourage the return to health (with the assistance of a 'Black Box'). Thursday 8th May,

  • Plastic duck

    Open Day at Slimbridge Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

    This year’s International Dowsing Day celebrations on Monday 5th May were our best so far.

  • Medieval medicine

    Medieval medicine & herbs with Adrianne Jones*

    Would you stick a clove of garlic wrapped in sheep’s wool in your ear and leave it there for a week? According to Adrianne Jones, our speaker on 10th April, if you had earache 500 years ago, that was about the only treatment available to you.

  • Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare

    The Belinus Line - Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare*

    The Belinus ley line runs north to south from Inverness to The Isle of Wight and hosts many sacred sites, holy wells and battle sites. Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare have carried out extensive research on the line and it's connections with our history. Saturday March 22, 2014. Picture courtesy of Light and Energy TV

  • chalk giant on hill

    The Cerne Abbas Giant - Peter Knight*

    Who was he? How long has he been there? Why is he aligned with the Equinox sunrise? Why are his nipples out of alignment? Did he originally have something in his left hand? Peter Knight provides the answers.
    Thursday March 13, 2014

  • Monks singing

    Three Perpetual Choirs - Trish Mills

    Music is more important than we realise. Over 2,500 years ago, there were Three Perpetual Choirs in this area, probably comprised of early monks, saints or druids, that maintained ceaseless chanting on a rolling rota basis, 24/7, for the ongoing enchantment of Britain.
    Thursday February 13, 2014

  • Girl on swing

    Attracting Abundance - Diane Holliday

    We create our own reality with thought. It’s not what we do or say, it’s what we think.
    Saturday February 22, 2014

  • * Denotes visiting speaker

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