OUR VISIT to the Holy Wells of Cornwall – Sunday 18th August at 9.30am. Two places left.

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VISIT TO THE HOLY WELLS of CORNWALL

Open to Members of Devon Dowsers and their Partners only (Partners £3).

There are only 2 spaces left for this event which starts at 9.30am at Halton Quay on Sunday 18th August.

Please get in touch via the contact page if you would like to come.

 

DEVON DOWSERS CHRISTMAS DINNER – change of day/date

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DEVON DOWSERS CHRISTMAS DINNER

TOM COBLEY TAVERN, SPREYTON

Following several requests to hold this event on a day other than a Tuesday, please note it will now take place a day later

on Wednesday 11th December at 7pm for 7.30pm.

Open to Members and their Guests only as numbers are limited to 40.

The Menu and a sheet to put your name down will be available at the September meeting.

 

SEAN FERRIS TALK – 29th September at 2pm at Ashburton Town Hall – more details

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DEVON DOWSERS

Presents a Talk by Medical Dowser

SEAN FERRIS

 ‘RIDING THE DRAGONS OF DEVON’

Ashburton Town Hall

Sunday 29th September 2019

at 2pm

Free to Members of Devon Dowsers

Non Members & Guests £5

No need to book – just turn up

Ashburton Town Hall is adjacent to the main car park in Ashburton which is free on Sundays. Post code TQ13 7QQ.

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Sean will be talking about his long-standing conversations with “Dragons”, which are Earth energy currents like the Michael and Mary lines.  He sees these as rivers of consciousness, which influence evolution by carrying myth and legend which help to shape human behaviour.

Sean argues that Devon can been seen as an extraordinary nest of Dragons.  Dragons which have given rise to or are connected to world-renowned legends such as Arthur and the Grail as well as playing a part in the lives of Kings, Queens and heroic figures.

The intricate tracks of these Dragons across Devon will be revealed by Sean, with a unique analysis of their influence on special places such as Dartington Hall, Totnes and Buckfast Abbey revealing the extent of their interconnectedness.

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If any members can display a poster in their area please get in touch by using our Contact form.

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About Sean Ferris

I became a dowser thirty years ago in my teens when I suffered from a mystery illness and had to find a way back which didn’t involve the Allopathic methods that were failing me.  Eighteen years ago, I became a professional Medical Dowser, after training with the renowned health dowser Jack Temple – who wrote the books, The Healer and Medicine Man.

 I am also a keen Land Dowser and after a vision in my early 20’s have followed and documented an unfolding journey with Earth Energy lines throughout the South West of England and beyond. Please check out my blogs on my website https://www.medicaldowser.co.uk/ for more details on Alchemy, Allergies and Earth Energies as well as Philosophical musings.

As a professional dowser, dowsing enables a detailed exploration of the body on many levels and allows me to constantly uncover more of its mysteries. I like to think of the work as a balanced mix of art and science. I use a structured approach with room to allow for a client’s own unique nature to be taken into account.

​My own contributions to health include a comprehensive understanding of the Gluten & Dairy intolerances which shows a far more widespread and serious problem than is generally understood and has wide-reaching health implications including being the basis for most Chronic Fatigue and ME and also for several life-threatening ailments.

 My investigations have also revealed some of the roles of the Precious Metals in the body.  This ‘Alchemy’ is a pattern that has shaped and still shapes human evolution and reveals a beautiful link between the body and the cosmos. Dowsing has also helped me develop a working knowledge of many pathogens which under the ‘microscope’ of the pendulum reveal many chronic infections that can stay undiagnosed and undetected for decades or even a lifetime.

I give talks and workshops on dowsing throughout the UK and now work through the internet reaching clients around the world.  I am a member of the British Society of Dowsers, giving lectures and workshops for the Society and also belong to the Dowsing Research Group.

 

 

 

DEATH OF JOAN TOLLEY – 21st June 2019

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DEATH OF JOAN TOLLEY – 21st June 2019

It is with great sadness that we announce the death on 21st June of Joan Tolley of Crediton in the Dales Nursing Home in Exeter. She was 73 and had no children. Joan was an active lady and belonged to many local clubs and societies including her church. She knew she had a terminal illness and was in a great deal of pain in her last few weeks.

Joan has been a member of Devon Dowsers since October 2010. She became a committee member in 2013 where she was always full of good ideas, and we are grateful to her for her valuable contribution over the years. She became the Club’s Librarian, and was a regular attender at our monthly Talk meetings where she happily helped with the Raffle when asked. She will be greatly missed by us all.

Joan was very interested in gardening and opened her garden for Charity each year which many DD members attended a few years ago. She was an expert in, and also taught, embroidery, also a keen member of the Richard lll Society and visited Leicester Cathedral when his bones were dug up.

We only became aware of her passing yesterday so were unable to represent Devon Dowsers at her funeral which took place at Crediton Parish Church last Friday 12th July 2019.

Council are sending a letter and card of condolence to her family.

Diana Burton – Secretary

ANIMAL COMMUNICATION & HEALING WORKSHOP with Ann Lodygowski on Sunday 21st July at Spreyton Village Hall

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ANIMAL COMMUNICATION AND HEALING WORKSHOP with ANN LODYGOWSKI

to be held at SPREYTON VILLAGE HALL on SUNDAY 21st JULY

arriving at 10am for a 10.30am start and finishing around 4pm.

There are a few spaces left for this popular workshop with Ann. If you would like to join us you do need to be able to dowse and get a ‘yes’, ‘no’ response. If possible please bring a ‘witness’ (a piece of fur, mane hair, a feather etc.) to work on for any animal you will be trying to help. Please complete the online booking form found on the website under ‘Learning’ then ‘Workshops’.  Payment secures your place.

If you have any questions please get in touch via our Contact page.

Reminder – Our Trip to Rough Tor near Camelford is next Sunday 7th July. Open to Members & their Guests only.

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OUR VISIT TO ROUGH TOR NEAR CAMELFORD, CORNWALL

SUNDAY 7th JULY STARTING AT 12 NOON

We will be meeting in the car park at the end of the road to Rough Tor at 12 noon.

This event is open to members and their guests only. Guests £3.

Those who have put their names down for this event will be receiving an email with more details during this week.

ANIMAL COMMUNICATION & HEALING WORKSHOP with Ann Lodygowski in Spreyton on Sunday 21st July

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ANIMAL COMMUNICATION AND HEALING WORKSHOP

with ANN LODYGOWSKI

to be held at SPREYTON VILLAGE HALL on SUNDAY 21st JULY.

There are a few spaces left for this popular workshop. If you would like to join us please complete the online booking form which can be found by clicking here. Payment secures your place.

 

Solistice Trip to Scorhill Stone Circle – Friday 21st June at 7pm. Members only.

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Just a reminder that we have our Solstice Trip to Scorhill Stone Circle next Friday 21st June meeting at the Circle at 7pm which is open to members only due to limited parking in the area.

We already have 14 people going so if you would like to join us please bear this in mind and car share if possible. Please let us know you are coming via the contact form and an information sheet and map will be e-mailed to you.

 

 

SPREYTON FAYRE POSTPONED THIS SATURDAY 15th JUNE

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SPREYTON FAYRE, at which we were having our stand and demonstrating Dowsing, has been postponed due to the field being soggy and a bad weather forecast.  It may be held later so please watch the website for a new date.

Thank you to everyone who was coming to help.

NEW TALK by Sean Ferris, Ashburton Town Hall, Sunday 29th September at 2pm

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DEVON DOWSERS

presents a Talk by Medical Dowser

SEAN FERRIS

‘The Earth Energies of Devon: the South Hams Nexus’

at Ashburton Town Hall

Sunday 29th September 2019

starting at 2pm

followed by light refreshments.

 

Free to Members of Devon Dowsers (no need to book)

Non Members and Guests £5

 

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DFEST 2020 will take place at South Zeal, Devon, UK on the weekend of 13th/14th June.
With 2020 vision, we aim to build on the success of DFEST 2018.

Booking available from Spring 2020

South Zeal, is a beautiful village on the northern edge of Dartmoor in Devon. The festival will be a celebration of Dowsing that will be inspiring, fun and open to all, novices and experts alike. Children are also welcome as long as accompanied by a responsible adult.
You can come for one day or for the whole weekend. Talks and Workshops will take place in the Victory Hall and within the village, for those who choose not to venture further. Outings will visit fascinating ancient sites on North Dartmoor, local Holy Wells and sites where the Michael and Mary currents run. Learn from expert leaders, and professional dowsers.
Local accommodation is available as well as a camping field behind one of the two excellent village pubs. Further information will become available in the near future.