Our final podcast from Christian features an extract from his workshop at our 2011 Conference, where he shares some of his house whispering techniques. Plus, a roundup of the latest news and forthcoming BSD events (44mins, 39 MB).
In his second podcast, Christian performs some gong therapy, talks about finding the soul of a building, and demonstrates a Golden Mean Harmonic during his talk to our 2011 Conference (61 mins, 59MB). visit Christian’s website: Kyriacou.com
Architect, House Whisperer, Philosopher, Writer, Telepath, Architectural & Environmental Psychologist, Interior Designer, Film-maker, Composer, Musician, Feng Shui – Vastu and Geomancy Consultant Christian Kyriacou talks to us about his work during our 2011 Conference (36 mins, 33MB).
Conventional Western medicine tends to focus on symptoms and ignore the underlying causes of ill health. In this talk to our 2010 Conference, Elizabeth, author of ‘Dowsing: The Ultimate Guide to the 21st Century’, argues that dowsing is the ideal tool to investigate the other causative factors involved (47 mins, 33MB). visit […]
Susan is a past President of the Canadian Society of Dowsers, and will be a guest speaker at our Conference in September. We talk about her dowsing practice and discuss differences in technique on both sides of the pond (58 mins, 41MB). visit Susan’s website: dowser.ca
The Belinus Line is a long-distance alignment running the entire north-south length of the UK. Researcher Gary Biltcliffe has been investigating the line for over 15 years, and here he shares his latest discoveries at our 2010 Conference (67mins, 47MB).
John Baker, Chair of our Archaeology Special Interest Group, talks to us about the archaeological dowsing scene, and we hear presentations from two group members, Don Bryan and Jim Andrews. (53 mins, 39MB).
By popular demand, we once again feature Peter Knight. This is a talk he gave to BSD Conference about his research on The Wessex Astrum, a monumental geometric pattern of alignments in the West Country landscape. A geomantic adventure very much in the tradition of ‘The Sun and The Serpent’ (61 mins, […]