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

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AiD053: Leys with The Urban Prehistorian

An interesting and wide-ranging chat with Glasgow University archaeologist Dr Kenny Brophy, better known as The Urban Prehistorian, where we discuss leys in the archaeological as well as the dowsing context, cursus monuments, Alexander Thom, Harry Bell’s Glasgow Network of Aligned Sites, and much more! It is so rewarding to have the opportunity for these cross-disciplinary conversations, and I think this comes across clearly in the podcast. (67 mins, 46MB)

visit Kenny’s blog: The Urban Prehistorian

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AiD052: Ned Wolf – Nandia’s Copper

American dowser and author Ned Wolf joins us from Flagstaff, Arizona to talk about his work as a healer and his new dowsing-related children’s books “The Nandia Trilogy”.

Plus, the latest dowsing news, and Grahame has a bit of a rant (56 mins, 40MB).

Visit Ned’s website: Nandia’s Copper

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AiD051: Dr Margaret Rainbird – Labyrinth Walker

A day spent in the delightful company of Dr Margaret Rainbird from Australia, who has set herself the challenge of walking a different labyrinth every day for a year. I managed to take her round 6 Scottish labyrinths during her time in the UK (27 mins, 20MB).

 

Follow Margaret’s labyrinth pilgrimage on her blog: labyrinthsforlife.com

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AiD050: What Gold Really Is with David Kane

Yes, we’re back after almost a year of no podcasts!

David Kane gives a talk to the Canadian Society of Dowsers’ 2017 convention about white powder gold, or Ormus as it’s perhaps better known (56 mins, 39MB).

Visit Dave’s website: Humanna Gold

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AiD049: American Geomancy with Richard Feather Anderson

150podcastlogoA fascinating chat with architect and geomancer Richard Feather Anderson, recorded at the American Society of Dowsers’ West Coast Conference in Santa Cruz, California. Feather runs the American School of Geomancy and has been a large influence on the west coast American geomancy scene. He offers many fascinating insights into the art of the geomancer (72 mins, 50MB).

Visit Feather’s website: American School of Geomancy

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AiD048: Sunset on Sighthill

150podcastlogoAt Spring Equinox 2016, we attended the last public event at Glasgow’s Sighthill stone circle, constructed in 1979 by local astronomer and science-fiction author Duncan Lunan. The circle has been removed to make way for a housing development, but due to public outcry the Council have agreed to relocate it nearby once the housing construction is complete. Duncan answers many questions about the circle’s design and construction, and we talk to Kenny Brophy, the Urban Prehistorian, and Kevin Andrew Morris, a local artist who is co-ordinating a rather interesting art project in the circle (29mins, 20MB).

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AiD047: Revealing Cochno

150podcastlogo16 September 2015

In which we attend a test excavation at the Cochno Stone, the largest example of prehistoric rock art in Scotland, which has lain buried beneath the earth for over 50 years (40 mins, 28MB).

Visit May’s website: The Devil’s Plantation

Visit Kenny’s website: The Urban Prehistorian

Visit Ferdinand’s website: Factum Arte

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AiD046: House Healing with David Franklin Farkas

150podcastlogo1 September 2015

An interview with David Franklin Farkas, who is an American psychic specialising in house healing and spirit release work. He also hosts a weekly internet radio show on Empower Radio called ‘The Farkas Files’, where he investigates mysticism, shamanism and the paranormal. Grahame has been a guest on his show twice, so we thought it was about time to return the favour. (62 mins, 43MB)

Visit David’s website: househealing.com

Empower Radio: The Farkas Files

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AiD045: The Magical World of Ivan McBeth

150podcastlogo28 July 2015

Ivan McBeth is a Druid, Geomancer, builder of stone circles, an amazing DJ, and all-round wonderful human being, originally from England but now living in Vermont.

Ivan is the builder of many stone circles, and with his partner Fearn, runs the Green Mountain Druid Order in Worcester, Vermont. We chat about his stone circle building, his music and ecstatic dancing, Druid training, and death and dying in modern Vermont, where they have recently passed assisted dying legislature. (29min, 20MB).

Sadly, Ivan himself passed unexpectedly in 2016.

Green Mountain Druid Order

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AiD044: Dr John Ward – Dowsing in Egypt

150podcastlogo20 October 2014

An interview with Egyptologist, archaeologist, dowser, tour guide and adventurer Dr John Ward, who talks about his life and work in Egypt, where he has been instrumental in locating archaeological discoveries at Karnak and Luxor temples and is currently involved with excavating a site at Gebel el Silsila (45mins, 35MB)

 

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AiD043: Nigel Grace – The Bosnian Pyramids

150podcastlogo25 August 2014

In a presentation from our 80th Anniversary 2013 Conference, Nigel Grace talks to us about his several trips to Bosnia to investigate the mysteries of the Bosnian Pyramids (70 mins, 48 MB)

Official site for the Bosnian Pyramids

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AiD042: Transatlantic Tales

150podcastlogo6 July 2014

Fresh from the American Society of Dowsers’ 54th convention in Vermont, Grahame talks to their Operations Manager Blair Wolston, ASD President Sandee Mac, and the new President of the Canadian Society of Dowsers, Nancy Bradley. (60 mins, 41MB).

American Society of Dowsers: dowsers.org

British Society of Dowsers: britishdowsers.org

Canadian Society of Dowsers: canadiandowsers.org

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AiD041: Questing with Merlin

150podcastlogo11 December 2013

Grahame talks to Merlin Beltain of the Canadian Society of Questers about her work as a geomancer and what it means to be a Quester rather than a Dowser (64 mins, 44MB).
Canadian Society of Questers: questers.ca

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AiD040: Deb Bell – Walking on Water

150podcastlogo13 November 2013

Deb is a professional water dowser from the north-east of England and a long standing member of the BSD. In this talk from our 2012 Confeence, she shares some anecdotes and experiences from her life as a water diviner. (54 mins, 39MB)

visit Deb’s website: dbellandco.com

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