Can One Go Pokémon Dowsing!?

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OK – what connects the 17th Century Market Hall in Tetbury, Gloucestershire, a Pokémon Go! image and the 2016 World Of Music And Dance (WOMAD) festival? Answer – as ever, co-incidence. Read more

More on Berry Castle – A Report from Gwynn Paulett

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Amongst the crowd there were fourteen Devon Dowsers who attended the second opening of Berry Castle, the first being in 764 BC according to my dowsing. Back in those days there were probably a few trained hawks flying over the hill, rather than a 2016 AD drone we were asked to wave at so that we could see ourselves waving whilst watching You Tube on our iPhones at some later point. Read more

The Big Berry Wave

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Last week both Devon Dowsers and Tamar Dowsers attended the first Open Day held by the newly formed “Friends of Berry” group (FOB) in Huntshaw Woods near Torrington in North Devon.

In amongst the programme of guided tours of the Iron Age hill fort, enactment demo’s and other activities at 1pm we were all asked, both visitors and exhibitors alike, to line the perimeter mound for the “Big Berry Wave”

Click on the link below to see the result from Skyz Ink’s drone organised FOB and count us dowsers (the ones with their rods in their hands!) and also at about 1 min 48 sec into the video you should see some of the roundhouses we marked out.

Click here for the Video.

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The Fort in the (former) Forest – Archaeological Dowsing at Berry Castle

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The pine plantations overlooking Huntshaw Mill near Torrington are hardly comparable with the tropical rainforest. Yet, here in darkest north Devon, an ancient tranche of the built environment has recently reappeared – after a long period of abandonment and neglect. Read more

Remote Viewing And Map Dowsing Practice Resource

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Remote Viewing/Map Dowsing practice.

Please see this contact we have received from the USA. Devon Dowsers  has received this message from Lyn Buchanan of the USA and it is posted here for your interest and for practice purposes. Read more

Ring of Brodgar, Orkney – New Discoveries at Salt Knowe, 2001 – (Part 1)

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Ring of Brodgar, Orkney – New Discoveries at Salt Knowe, 2001 – (Part 1)

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The largest of the Ring of Brodgar stones. You need to Double Click Twice For A Larger Image.

The largest of the Ring of Brodgar stones, approx 280 degs from centre of circle

Behind it – extreme right – is Salt Knowe, one of the burial (or ceremonial) mounds

that surround the circle. The mountains of Hoy are on the horizon. Read more

Aphrodite In The Hebrides

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 I had this mad idea last year (another one!) of travelling in my camper van – known as Aphrodite – the length and breadth of Britain in order to visit Callanish Stone Circle on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. I sometimes get these notions, but the feeling to go to Callanish was so strong, I was unable to resist it. Read more

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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