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Adventures in Dowsing

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ASD 2017 convention feedback:

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

A Labyrinth for Mandali

Mandali is a new retreat centre located in the north of Italy that is opening early in 2017. Enjoying a beautiful mountaintop location above the town of Omegna on Lago d’Orta, the smallest of the Italian lakes, the centre can accommodate up to 60 people in a variety of rooms ranging from singles to […]

Re:covering Cochno

revealing cochno

September 2016 saw the complete excavation (and subsequent re-burying) of the largest piece of Neolithic rock art in Britain – the Cochno Stone – by archaeologists from Glasgow University. This was the much-anticipated follow-up to 2015’s preliminary test dig to ascertain the condition of the stone and see if a full excavation would be […]

On Ethics and Permissions

Glastonbury ley map by Palden Jenkins

A couple of recent events have led me to ponder some of the ethical dilemmas that we are sometimes presented with when dowsing. One was the disappearance of Malaysian flight MH370, and the other was the internet ‘call to arms’ by the Montague Keen Foundation asking everyone/anyone to […]

The Devil’s Plantation – the movie!

Following the success of her interactive BAFTA award-winning web project on The Devil’s Plantation, and the subsequent IOS app, film-maker May Miles Thomas created a 93-minute film of the project earlier this year, cutting together her 60+ short clips of evocative black and white imagery and 800+ music and sound segments into a coherent whole, […]

The Spine of Albion

The Spine of Albion, by Gary Biltcliffe and Caroline Hoare

I have not anticipated the publication of a book for longer than this one. It’s been in the pipeline for over 15 years, and now at last it’s finally here!

Following the ‘serpenteering’ tradition popularised by Hamish Miller & Paul Broadhurst, The Spine of […]

Dowsing Belinus

The Belinus Line is a long-distance alignment, similar to the Michael Line, running the length of the UK from the Isle of Wight up to Inverhope on the north coast of Scotland, passing through Winchester, Birmingham, Manchester, Carlisle, Dunfermline, Pitlochry and Lairg on the way. Like the Michael Line, it has twin male and female […]

Druids use rock and magnets to stop road accidents

Druids use rock and magnets to stop road accidents ¦Metro.co.uk.

I heard of this story a few years ago, when ‘druids’ placed quartz pillars on either side of a road in Austria to reduce accidents at a notorious black spot. Now it seems to have surfaced a bit more publicly if this […]

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 […]

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 […]