Volunteers Needed To Teach People How To Dowse At Lightfest UK

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Devon Dowsers are attending this event to demonstrate dowsing and to teach others how to dowse.
We are looking for Members to help with this and  with the stand.
Please Come Along If You Can.
For  more information  see www.lightfest.uk and fbk.


Psychics and Spiritual Gift Retailers in the South West have secured FOR A ONE DAY ONLY LIGHTFEST UK some of the best Holistic Practitioners, Mediums and MBS events on Saturday 16th September at Padbrook Park Hotel (EX15 1RU  (Directions Below)


  • Leave the M5 at J28 and follow signs for Cullompton High Street.
  • At the M5 Services roundabout, go straight/2nd exit for Cullompton, this is Station Road/B3181.
  • Continue past Weary Traveller pub on the left and take first left at roundabout towards Tesco Fuel/Superstore.
  • Go straight over the Tesco Roundabout and follow the road up past the Police Station on the left continue up to the traffic lights.
  • At the junction/traffic lights, turn left onto the High Street/B3181.
  • Continue to the end of the High Street, passing the Library on the right and continue past Aldi Superstore on the left hand side.
  • Continue onward and go straight over/second left at the roundabout heading to Bradninch.
  • Padbrook Park Hotel is the second turning on the right.


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Dowsing Lifestyle Changes to Improve your Health and Wellbeing

Author: Barry Witton

This Workshop has been designed to help dowsers empower themselves to improve their holistic health through lifestyle changes” – Barry Witton.

Workshop Facilitators: Angie Kibble and Gwynn Paulett

Sunday 10th September
25 to include comprehensive workbook

Arrival 9.30 for 10-00am start to 4.00pm.  Limited numbers.

You will need to be able to dowse using pendulum or rods  and be able to get your “Yes”, “No” responses.

Please contact us via the Contact form on the website or e-mail dandy67@tiscali.co.uk if you are interested or would like further details.
Bring your own rods, pendulums etc. or borrow or buy them on the day.
Tea, coffee, biscuits included – please bring your own lunch.
Please note: no cooking facilities available.


To book your place please send a cheque for £25 made out to Devon Dowsers to
The DD Treasurer, John Stedman, Higher Brownstone, Black Dog, Crediton, Devon. EX17 4QE


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Author: Barry Witton
“This Workshop has been designed to help dowsers empower themselves to improve their holistic health through lifestyle changes” – Barry Witton.

Workshop Facilitators: Angie Kibble and Gwynn Paulett

Sunday 10th September
£25 to include comprehensive workbook

Arrival 9.30 for 10-00am start to 4.00pm.
Limited numbers.

You will need to be able to dowse using pendulum or rods
and be able to get your “Yes”, “No” responses.

Please contact us via the Contact form on this website or e-mail dandy67@tiscali.co.uk if you are interested or would like further details. Bring your own rods, pendulums etc. or borrow or buy them on the day.Tea, coffee, biscuits included – please bring your own lunch. Please note: no cooking facilities available.LIMITED TO 16.

 The Admin Team

Training Day For Members Of Devon Dowsers 25.2.2017

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At Spreyton Village Hall

Saturday 25th February – 9.30am for 10.00am start to 4.15pm

£10 per person


Devon Dowsers are holding an ‘Introduction to Dowsing’ day led by Gwynn Paulett, our Chairman, on Saturday 25th February at Spreyton Village Hall, arrive 9.30 for a 10am start to around 4.15pm. This first course will be for members of DD only and will cost £10 to cover costs. Read more

Dowsing for Earth Energies – Guided walk, Learning & Practice 5.11.2016

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Saturday Dowsing for Earth Energies – Guided walk, Learn & Practice5th November

Bren Tor Church

Brent Tor is an impressive rock outcrop on Dartmoor. And sitting atop it is St Michael’s Church at 1,100 feet above sea level. The ‘Michael Line’ runs through it.

Dowsing is a form of ‘divining’ and it has been used for thousands of years for many different purposes, including finding water, oil, archaeological remains, missing people as well energy lines and testing for allergies. Our day together will specifically focus on finding earth energies in the area around the tor.

Time: 10.45am for 11am start – approx 3pm finish

Meeting place: Carpark undernearth Brentor. Address is North Brentor, Tavistock, PL19 0LB (Don’t rely on your sat nav to get you to the exact location!)

Level: 2 out of 5. Uphill walk to church then gentle walk around with plenty of stops for dowsing along the way as well as lunch.

What to wear/bring: Warm layers, sturdy walking boots, and waterproofs (whatever the weather forecast!). Bring lunch and a drink. And dowsing rods or a pendulum if you have them. We have metal rods that you can borrow (and buy at cost) at the end of the day if you wish)

Cost: £20 adults and £10 under 16’s. Pre-booking essential: Please transfer a non-refundable 50% deposit (or full amount if its easier) to:

Account Name: Emma Cunis; Lloyds Bank Sort Code: 30-93-14; Account number: 00937668. And please use your name as a reference so we know who its from. We will send a reconfirmation email in the week prior.

Please get in touch with any questions.

Look forward to having you join us!
Facebook page linkhttps://www.facebook.com/events/986164524839195/


Emma Cunis
Dartmoor’s Daughter
Qualified ‘Hill & Moorland Leader’ & Member of ‘Moorland Guides’
+ 44 (0)7817 329584



‘Dartmoor’s Daughter’ focuses on nature connection to improve physical health and emotional wellbeing. We work with a range of experts to offer guided walks and a wide range of activities for adults, families and children including learning how to dowse days, painting and sketching afternoons, foraging mornings, mindfulness walks, navigation days, tracking games, and nature trails. Clients report a deep sense of nurturing as well as enjoyment, fun and learning. Our maternal family has loved and lived near Dartmoor for generations. And my grandmother introduced her first husband Eric Hemery to Dartmoor in the 1950s where he set up and offered guided walks and pony treks then wrote a series of well regarded books including ‘High Dartmoor’ described as ‘the bible for anyone who has the spirit of Dartmoor’.

Dowsing Dynamics and Dopamine Neurons

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Even when we think we know nothing, our brains insist that they know something – and that’s what our feelings are constantly trying to tell us.

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EXTRA EVENT – Finch Foundry Craft Fair 18th September

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Finch Foundry Craft Fair will take place at Sticklepath, near Okehampton Sunday 18th September 2016 11am to 4.30pm. Set up at 10.30am

Devon Dowsers have been invited by Tamar Dowsers to have a joint stand at this event to demonstrate dowsing to the public.

If you would like to help man the stand or show members of the public how to dowse please get in touch via the Contact page on this website, or put your name down on the sheet at the next meeting on Tuesday 13th September.

The Admin Team


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DOWSING AND WALK ON DARTMOOR  on Saturday 30th April from 11am to 4pm.

Date: Saturday 30th April 

Time: 11am-4pm

Location: Meet at 10.45am for 11am start at the wooden gate as far as you can drive (past the first carpark) in Fernworthy Forest. There is room to park several cars.

(Car sharing recommended. Contact me if you can offer a lift or want to share)

What to bring: Dartmoor weather is changeable so come prepared with several warm layers, waterproofs, sunscreen and a good pair of hiking boots. Bring lunch, snacks and drinks.

And bring your own dowsing rods and pendulums if you have them. Or we have L-shaped metal rods for practice and sale if you want to buy after using.

Cost: Suggested donation £20 adults, £10 children (age 7 years + recommended). Deposit £10 per adult and £5 per child.

To book your place, please email me for details of where to send a deposit

We will send a confirmation email closer to the time.

Look forward to having you join us.

Emma Cunis

For further info please e-mail: emmacunis@hotmail.com or go to https://www.facebook.com/DartmoorsGrandDaughter

Please note this is not a Devon Dowsers event.

The Admin Team

Earth Energy Effects On People Visiting Rosemoor Survivalist Fair 19th/20th March 2016

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Earth Energy Effects On People
Rosemoor Survivalist Fair 19th and 20th March 2016


Spirals On The Floor At Rosemoor

 Having Dowsed and drawn with chalk 6 Spiral Earth Energies out of the number of points available (see photograph) members of the public and Devon Dowsers members were invited to stand on the Spirals of Energies.

Some swayed backwards, some forwards, sideways in either direction and rotated clockwise or anticlockwise.

Some felt a low energy which they liked, others dependant on the direction they were facing could feel a high energy which some did not like.

It was found by the person rotating on the spiral, at every 45 degrees the energy would change. If starting at a low energy on mounting the spiral 180 degrees around would be found a high energy, which would decrease on rotating by 45 degrees back to the start position.

Also the energy was felt by some people in the small of their backs and others the energy rising to the top of their heads. The earth energy could produce a spiralling uplift force or a downward spiralling force in people. Some also felt dizzy.

When another person was introduced to a spiral, the interaction between the two would change the energy being felt, this could be low to high or high to low or any of the above. By introducing 6 people onto the spirals (see photograph) the energies would change as the people mounted the energy spirals points as above.

By changing the central person with an outer spiral person the energy would change, some on the spirals would like the new energy and others would completely dislike the new energy and request that the people be changed around as they could not tolerate this energy. All members of the public could feel these energies in varying degrees, the only people who could not were members of the Devon Dowsers!

It was a great fun day out, which we enjoyed when watching the first amazing Dowsing response of people.

Peter Mullen

Strictly Come Dowsing!

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As mentioned in our Chairman’s Report, there is quite an appetite with new members for some straightforward practice and training in the basics of Dowsing …

………. and so we have laid on two separate days as follows: –

On Sunday 8th May 2016 we have laid on a workshop with David Lockwood at his  training centre at Trewen near Launceston in Cornwall. David gave us a very good talk in January on Detrimental Energies and we have asked him if he would do a dowsing workshop for us (beginners to intermediate). The cost will be £30 each, and the day will last from 10am to 4pm and David’s wife Denise will provide lunch and is included in the price.  If you would like to put your name down see Richard or Angie at the next meeting or book via email on webmaster@devondowsers.org.uk  (We’ll need a £10 deposit).

Then taking things further we are laying on a Dowsing Discovery Day at CastleDyke near Teignmouth on Sunday 22nd May. Castle Dyke is a  circular mounded iron-age hill fort with a moat on level ground in a clearing in woods with very easy access and parking about 3 miles from Teignmouth. There will be no cost to attend for members (£3 for guests) and the event will be led by one of our members Gwynn Paulett.

The start time will be 11am and Gwynn will get groups to dowse and mark out with flags specific ‘targets’ …….. ie the number and size of round houses, entrance, any window locations;…. no of wells, their location, depth & quality of water etc.; energy lines running though the site and direction etc.; number of burials from ancient times & location (we found one visible grave in our recce in January).

The circle is only about 200 yards diameter and quite peaceful and beautiful and Gwynn will demonstrate how to dowse for the various things and set us off in groups marking out where they think they are!

Also we intend taking a couple of folding tables & gas stove etc. and our
Chairman Richard will lay on (at a nominal cost) some hot dogs in buns and a cup of tea as long as the weather is kind to us.

Further details to follow but if you want to do some map dowsing the location is at OS map ref: SX 922770.

The Admin Team

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21st Century Dowsing

Dowsing has been used for thousands of years to locate water and minerals beneath the earth’s surface. Today dowsing is used by utility companies, the police, armies, mining and oil companies as well as by some health professionals. The proof of dowsing is in its results. It is a quick and accurate way of searching for things or accessing information.

We know dowsing works but when it comes to testing it, what does not work is the one size fits all scientific methodology which appears unsuited to assess the subtleties of the subjective dowsing experience when there is no “need to know”. Scientific discoveries in the fields of consciousness, intent, and the interconnectedness of everything as well as new discoveries in the field of quantum exploration, may soon provide a theoretical basis for dowsing.

Meanwhile dowsers are called on to help with archaeology, water leaks, clearing houses of unwanted energies, the health and well-being of both humans and animals and to find lost things.

Gwynn Paulett - Chairman Devon Dowsers