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The Bones of Kentigern

As you’ll have guessed from my recent posts on ‘The De’il’s Plantin’, I seem to be in resonance with the Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites just now, as there have been several correspondences since the start of the year. Back in January, I spent a day in the company of Dai Vaughan, a fellow dowser […]

A scientist convinced about dowsing

Sandy McKenzie sent me this link to a fascinating YouTube video on the Scientific & Medical Network website. It is a talk given by the late psychoanalyst Elizabeth Lloyd Mayer, author of Extraordinary Knowing: Science, Skepticism and the Extraordinary Powers of the Human Mind, in which she relates how she came to consult a dowser […]

The De’il’s Plantin – reloaded

I spent a few hours this afternoon revisiting my Google Earth placemark of the Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites. When I originally started plotting Harry Bell’s sites I had a lot of difficulty due to the low resolution photo coverage in Google Earth at the time. This resulted in a degree of confusion, particularly in […]

Hamish Miller and the Lost Podcast

The passing of dowser Hamish Miller on Burn’s Night may have been unexpected to the rest of us, yet Hamish himself had been there before – three times to be exact – so at least he knew what to expect.

One of my biggest regrets is that I didn’t manage to get a podcast interview […]

The De’il’s Plantin

Back in 2007, I was working on producing a Google Earth placemark file for the BSD Earth Energies Group website, of places on the ‘Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites’, based on the books ‘Glasgow’s Secret Geometry’ and ‘Forgotten Footsteps’ by the late Harry Bell.

As I was putting the finishing touches to the file, I […]

The spectrum of dowsing belief

I’m sitting in Luton airport where I have a few hours to kill before my flight back to Glasgow, following a very successful BSD Tutor Orientation weekend. Eleven potential tutors were present, including one chap who had come all the way from Kathmandu and had been waiting over two years to attend the course – […]

Training dowsers to teach dowsing

I’m in the midst of frantic last-minute preparation for the BSD’s forthcoming Tutor Orientation Weekend, which is being held this weekend in Chesham. This will be the first time I have attended one of these weekends as President of the Society, and also as one of the training team.

We are quite passionate about the […]

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