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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.
Sat17Dec20167:30 pmThe Little Shop of Wonders, Troon
An introductory talk about dowsing and geomancy, covering geopathic and technopathic stress issues that may be affecting your home or workplace.
Hosted by the Little Shop of Wonders in Troon. Please contact them to book a place.
General cancellation terms for events: up to 4 weeks prior to event, 90% refund. Less than 4 weeks, 50% refund. Less than 1 week, no refunds.
Here are some testimonials from previous courses:
I enjoyed the course very much. I learned so much and it left me eager to learn more!
I highly recommend this 2-day course - perfect pitch in all areas.
Grahame is an excellent and highly competent tutor.
Very good taster/introduction with a helpful, supportive tutor.
A most enjoyable, fun and informative 2 days, delivered with great humour.