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Welcome to Western Geomancy

Announcing the NEW ‘Gardner Rosette’

A tool for dowsers.

Many dowsers are familiar with the 8-colour ‘Mager Rosette’. Developed in the early 20th C. by the French dowser Henri Mager, it increases the range of information that can be dowsed. This new ‘Gardner Rosette’ includes the traditional Mager colours and adds an extra six that are useful for earth energy work and other forms of dowsing. The ‘metallic’ colours of copper (Cu), Gold (Au) and Silver (Ag) are often related to dragon or serpent energy lines associated with global leys, such as the Michael or Apollo currents.

The Rosette also incorporates a handy central plus-minus pendulum chart that can be used independently or in conjunction with the colours. Full instructions are included.

Gardner Rosette

On sale in the store – only £5 plus P&P.

CLICK HERE for a full review by Ian Pegler.

 

Mandali labyrinth at sunset

Our latest commission – a custom-designed labyrinth at Mandali Retreat Centre in northern Italy.


Forthcoming Events

Event Information:

  • Sat
    10
    May
    2014
    Sun
    11
    May
    2014

    The Great Scottish Dowse!

    Linlithgow, Scotland

    This is a British Society of Dowsers event taking place in Linlithgow in May.

    Join us for a weekend of exciting dowsing in locations that will get your juices flowing. Cairnpapple Hill, Linlithgow Palace, Torphicen Preceptory, Abercorn Church... this is a follow up weekend to the very successful “Great North Dowse!” in Shap earlier in 2013, and also caters for beginners through to experienced dowsers in all aspects of dowsing. We will be working in small groups, each led by an experienced dowser to guide those who may be less confident.

    Join BSD President Grahame Gardner, Bill Holding, Tom Ogston and many other great friends of the British Society of Dowsers for a fantastic weekend.

    Featuring a talk by Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare on the Spine of Albion energies running through the area, and a presentation by Grahame Gardner on the spectacular henge of Cairnpapple Hill, the local leys and other lore of this area.

    Our base camp for the weekend is the Lowport Centre in Linlithgow; en-suite accommodation is available here if you would like to stay with the group. We will eat out in a local pub on Friday and Saturday evenings.

    For more details see the BSD website.

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