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A series of podcasts about dowsing, originally created by Grahame Gardner for the British Society of Dowsers. Interviews, field reports, talks, lessons and more. Dowsing is about much more than just finding water - it is a very useful tool in all walks of life, particularly for enhancing your intuition and decision-making ability. Find lost items, pipes, cables etc., track ley lines and earth energies, improve your health, expand your mind, take control of your life. Can you learn to dowse from a podcast? Let's find out!

Adventures in Dowsing The British Society of Dowsers

    • Education
    • 4.8 • 13 Ratings

A series of podcasts about dowsing, originally created by Grahame Gardner for the British Society of Dowsers. Interviews, field reports, talks, lessons and more. Dowsing is about much more than just finding water - it is a very useful tool in all walks of life, particularly for enhancing your intuition and decision-making ability. Find lost items, pipes, cables etc., track ley lines and earth energies, improve your health, expand your mind, take control of your life. Can you learn to dowse from a podcast? Let's find out!

    AiD 059: Jon Appleton’s Megalithic Insights (Part 2)

    AiD 059: Jon Appleton’s Megalithic Insights (Part 2)

    In this second part of our interview with Jon Appleton, we find Jon in a more philosophical mood. He tells us how he developed his love of nature and community camps such as Oak Dragon, more about his adventures in Avebury, his discovery of the Appleton labyrinth dance, and lots more (53 mins, 52MB).







    Visit Jon's website: jonappleton.org















    Music in this episode: Marble Machine (piano version) and Provence by Wintergatan. Tracks can be downloaded for free at wintergatan.netFree licence to use tracks can be downloaded at wintergatan.net

    • 53 min
    AiD 058: Jon Appleton’s Megalithic Insights (Part 1)

    AiD 058: Jon Appleton’s Megalithic Insights (Part 1)

    A fireside chat with the remarkable (and largely unrecognised) Jon Appleton, talking about all things megalithic, his theories on ancient astronomy and his discovery of the Great Sky Goddess at Avebury (27 mins, 26MB).







    Visit Jon's website: jonappleton.org















    Music in this episode: Marble Machine (piano version) and Provence by Wintergatan.Tracks can be downloaded for free at wintergatan.netFree licence to use tracks can be downloaded at wintergatan.net

    • 27 min
    AiD 057: Diamond Dowsing with Annette Rugolo

    AiD 057: Diamond Dowsing with Annette Rugolo

    A Skype chat with Annette Rugolo, who hails from Minneapolis and is a practitioner and teacher of the 'Diamond Dowsing' system. (62 mins, 61MB).







    Visit Annette's website: annetterugolo.com















    Music in this episode: Marble Machine (piano version) and Provence by Wintergatan.Tracks can be downloaded for free at wintergatan.netFree licence to use tracks can be downloaded at wintergatan.net

    • 1 hr 2 min
    AiD 056: Maria Wheatley – Guy Underwood’s Geodetic System

    AiD 056: Maria Wheatley – Guy Underwood’s Geodetic System

    A dip into the archives with this recording of a talk from the BSD's 2013 Conference at Cirencester.







    Maria Wheatley talks about the work of legendary dowser Guy Underwood. (55 mins, 50MB)







    Visit Maria's websites: mariawheatley.com and The Avebury Experience















    Music in this episode: Marble Machine (piano version) and Provence by Wintergatan.Tracks can be downloaded for free at wintergatan.netFree licence to use tracks can be downloaded at wintergatan.net

    • 54 min
    AiD 055: The World According to Palden

    AiD 055: The World According to Palden

    Palden Jenkins is a remarkable man. He is a true polymath with one of the most vibrant intellects that I’ve ever encountered. We started by talking about his Ancient Penwith alignments map, but things developed into an altogether more expansive chat fairly quickly. (75 mins, 72MB)



    Visit Palden's websites:



    Palden's personal website

    Ancient Penwith website

    Possibilities 2050



    Visit the new home of the BSD dowsing forum and the EEG newsletter archive: British Dowsing

    • 1 hr 14 min
    AiD 054: On Labyrinths and Leys with Alex Champion

    AiD 054: On Labyrinths and Leys with Alex Champion

    Legendary labyrinth maker Alex Champion chats about labyrinths, leys and life in general at the 2018 ASD West Coast Conference in Santa Cruz.

    (49 mins, 45MB)



    Visit Alex's website: Earthsymbols

    • 48 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

LisaMcCrory ,

A Wealth of Information

I know some of the people that Grahame invites on his Podcast, and it is so wonderful to learn more about them in an interview format, get introduced to more dowsers, AND dive deeper into a topics that interests me. Thank you, Grahame!

printemps98 ,

I have learned so much from this series

This topic was totally new to me. I have learned that dowsing is not just the folk art of using a stick to find water. Dowsing is also a way to calibrate your intuition and get answers quickly about locating natural phenomena like earth energy fields plus help you tune to answer almost any mundane or metaphysical question. The president of the British Society of Dowsers interviews a variety of experts. I’ve found a bunch of new books to read based on the guests’ recommendations. If you are not British be prepared to google a lot of what you hear. For example I had never heard of a “stone circle” but have learned a lot about them now from wikipedia etc. Great series, I really appreciate it.

MattMcWilliams ,

GREAT JOB!

WOW…Adventures in Dowsing Podcast is flat out awesome. Good production quality. Easy to listen. Very impressed. Keep bringing it.

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