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Adventures in Dowsing

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ASD 2017 convention feedback:

Informative, Instructive, User-friendly!
Can’t wait for your next book. This was a Blessing.
Grahame demonstrates mastery of this subject. It has been a privilege to hear him speak!
Wonderful workshop, tons of information.
Exceeded my expectations. Very helpful and useful, adding tools and ideas which I will incorporate into my shaman work.
Grahame is always such a great speaker!
Funny, interesting, interactive. Awesome!
F***ing brilliant and then some! Content, delivery, group interaction. Best of the conference.
This was an excellent class! I am so glad I took it!
Grahame is a lot of fun, his enthusiasm is contagious. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Liked the lecture followed by practice, more lecture/more practice. Really enforced the information.
Good presentation – fun, interesting – interactive! I would love to learn more from him.
Excellent presentation. PowerPoint was well done and he gave us great tools too!

Nobel Prize winner reports effects of homeopathic dilutions

Nobel Prize winner reports effects of homeopathic dilutions — European Committee for Homeopathy.

Here’s an interesting story from the European Committee for Homeopathy…

In a recent study Professor Luc Montagnier, a French virologist who co-discovered HIV and who won the Nobel Prize in 2008, and his team report the results of a series of rigorous experiments investigating the electromagnetic properties of highly-diluted biological samples.

The study demonstrates that some bacterial DNA sequences are able to induce electromagnetic waves at high aqueous dilutions. It appears to be a resonance phenomenon triggered by the ambient electromagnetic background of very low frequency waves. The researchers used aqueous solutions that were agitated and serially diluted (the researchers note that the solutions were ‘strongly agitated’ and that this step was ‘critical for the generation of signals’). In other words homeopathic potencies, although the word ‘homeopathy’ is not mentioned in the article.


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