This is the title of a new Dowsing book written by Bill Kenny and Nigel Twinn. We suggest you get your hands on a copy as soon as possible, and details of how to do this can be found below.
Parachutes work much better when open. Similarly, being open minded considerably enhances ones ability to accurately dowse. This book is guaranteed to challenge your thinking and perception of many aspects of dowsing.
From the book’s back cover:
‘The ancient craft of finding water by using a divining rod is an unlikely place to start a quest for the nature of reality. Here, Bill Kenny and Nigel Twinn do just that!
How could – indeed, why should – dowsing enable us to find information about virtually anything, seemingly regardless of time and space?
Once we realise that life as we know it is just a ripple on the surface of a vast ocean of ‘information’, just about anything becomes possible.’
Bill Keeny is a retired academic with a special interest in psychiatry. He was a member of Devon Dowsers for many years and created and ran the Devon Dowsers website.
Nigel has also been a member of Devon Dowsers for years and has led the Tamar Dowsers for around twenty years and is a long standing member of the British Society of Dowsers who awarded him the Bell Award for Dowsing literature in 2008 and 2018, having had four other dowsing related books published.
‘FRAYING AT THE MARGINS/THE IDEA OF DOWSING’
by Bill Kenny and Nigel Twinn
Available from Nigel Twinn at:
or by mail from:
Heather View, Bolt House Close,
Tavistock, Devon UK PL19 8LN
Paperback version purchased in person £4.50
Paperback version sent by Royal Mail £7.00 (inc. P&P to UK addresses)
‘Free’ PDF file with digital honesty box
Suggested payment of between £1 and £5
Details of where to send you money will be forwarded with the file. All income from the digital sales will be donated to The Plough Arts Centre in Torrington, North Devon, which will be struggling to keep afloat due to the coronavirus lockdown. This book evolved during many meetings at the Plough cafe.
Please state if you would prefer a paperback or digital copy of the book (or both!) – and if you would like a paperback, please remember to include your address.