Review of the Year 2009 – Part 5: Ancient Sites

Section 5. Ancient Sites From the beginning of my journey with the tools of dowsing I have sought to understand the way in which ancient sites may have been used, and how the energies of those places were shaped by the formation of the ancient monuments. During the year this directive has had to sit alongside the fascinating development of my work with Nature itself, however, some very interesting developments have occurred not in spite of that growth of spiritual practise, but because of it. Here are some of the main points that have been gleaned from dowsing and druidry this year concerning the nature and function of sacred sites. This year has seen us visit some of the most awe-inspiring ancient sites from the stunning background scenery of the Cumbrian...

Review of the Year – 2009 : Part 2 – Dowsing and Earth Energies

Section 2. Dowsing and Earth Energies A lot of work was done by Kal in particular this year relating to the modification of energy centres within houses. Some people call this “house dowsing” or “healing sick houses”. It relates to a concept called “geopathic stress”, but we have found that this “stress” has more causes than simply a water course running under the house. There was a fantastic checklist produced by a British Society of Dowsers member in the December issue of the group’s quarterly magazine ‘Dowsing Today’, which lists these causes, and I will post more on that soon, because I think the information bears repeating and distributing. I was lucky enough to spend a day at Carnac in France...

New photos added to the Gallery

100 new photos of ancient sites in Brittany, France have been added to the Gallery page. They include the following sites:- 1. Crehen allé couverte on Ile Grande 2. Carnac, including Ménec, Kermario, Kercado and the Giant’s Stone 3. The Temple of Mars 4. Merlin’s Tomb and Vivien’s Well 5. The St.Uzec stone 6. Locmarquier’s stone and table formations 7. Mont St.Michel 8. The Lampouy Alignments Gwas.

Brittany 6: Carnac alignments – Kermario

Kermario, Carnac – 8th May 2009 In this sixth installment of the Brittany series, the second part of the Carnac visit, I found possibly the most interesting aspects of the whole Carnac visit (not to put you off the next post, but this is the ‘main feature’, if you like). Entrance stones As we walked across the road to the next section, called Kermario, we walked into a larger section of woodland than was around Ménec.On either side of the road winding through this woodland were two large boulders. I stopped as I reached the point between them. I could feel a barrier of energy! There was a definite flow of energy between them that made my midriff feel a tug, just like when I walk the energy paths down a hill, or stand next to a large menhir. What...