I’m Grahame Gardner, and you’ve found your way to my personal geomantic corner of the interweb. In here, you will find details about my dowsing and geomancy work, together with a mixed bag of articles, thoughts, ruminations and other belly rumblings connected with these esoteric subjects.
This is not intended to be a comprehensive resource on geomancy – for that I suggest you head over to our parent website The Geomancy Group, where I am also the webmaster and contribute a fair bit of the content; or check out some of the other geomantic and dowsing links displayed on the left.
Have a rummage around the site and, if you see something you like or want to get in touch to ask about a consultation, or for any other reason, please leave a comment or send an email.
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Wed16Nov20167:30 pmTheosophy House, 17 Queen's Crescent, Glasgow (near St. George's X Subway)
West of Scotland Dowsers. Entry £3 (free to members)
In the 1980s, Harry Bell's research into prehistoric alignments of Glasgow inspired many others to follow in his footsteps, culminating recently in a full-scale excavation and laser scan of the Cochno Stone, the largest example of prehistoric rock art in Europe. Grahame will update us on the dig, and share some of his own researches into Glasgow's Secret Geometry, and show May Miles Thomas' award-winning film "The Devil's Plantation".
Thu17Nov20164:30 pmTroon Writer's Group
A talk about the history and modern uses of the labyrinth. Labyrinths are powerful transformational and healing tools – they differ from a maze in that they have only one path to the goal, so you don’t have to think about where you are going, you simply allow yourself to follow the path. They can be used for meditation, prayer walks, problem solving and ceremony.
Learn how to draw several types of labyrinth and discover how you can use one to bring change into your life.