AiD012: Dr. Patrick MacManaway – Healing Sick Houses

150podcastlogo22 October 2009

Former BSD President Dr. Patrick MacManaway talks about geopathic stress and shares some stories from his geomantic casebook. (40 mins, 28MB)
Visit Patrick’s website: patrickmacmanaway.com

AiD011: Geoff Holder’s Guide to the Mysterious

150podcastlogo31 August 2009

Geoff Holder, chronicler of the strange and mysterious, joins us at a Top Secret location to tell us about his passion for holy wells and stone circles; and we attend the launch of his book, ‘The Guide To Mysterious Glasgow’. (45 mins, 43MB)

AiD010: Colour Dowsing with Doris Frankish

150podcastlogo8 August 2009

Radionics practitioner Doris Frankish gives a talk to the BSD Earth Energies Group about colour dowsing, and shares some fascinating stories from her casebook. Plus, the latest BSD news. (43 mins, 39MB)

Download talk handout (PDF)

 

AiD009: Solstice Labyrinth Walk

150podcastlogo28 June 2009

Join us on a special summer solstice walk of the Edinburgh labyrinth, where Grahame talks about the history and magic of these ancient symbols, explains why they are so fascinating to dowsers, and talks to labyrinth creator and Chaplain of Edinburgh University, the Rev. Di Williams. (28 mins, 26 MB)

Visit the labyrinth website: Edinburgh labyrinth
Click here for the World-wide labyrinth locator

AiD008: Paul Devereux at the Rollrights

150podcastlogo5 June 2009

In this episode, we continue our field trip in the company of Paul Devereux with a tour of the Rollright Stones in Oxfordshire, where Paul tells us about some of the findings of the Dragon Project. Plus, a roundup of forthcoming BSD courses.
Binaural stereo. Listen on headphones – it’s like being there! (28 mins, 26MB)

Visit Paul’s website: pauldevereux.co.uk
Click here for Rollrights survey plan

AiD007: Corpse Roads with Paul Devereux

150podcastlogo31 March 2009

Renowned earth mysteries researcher and author Paul Devereux takes us on a walk along a Medieval corpse road in Warwickshire. Plus, news about this year’s BSD conference.
Binaural stereo. Listen on headphones – it’s like being there! (28 mins, 27MB)

 

AiD006: Stone Circles with Billy Gawn

150podcastlogo12 February 2009

We foray into the fascinating world of earth energy dowsing with master dowser Billy Gawn, who tells us why he’s built a stone circle in his garden, and continue our lessons by looking for energy leys and practising deviceless dowsing. Plus, a roundup of forthcoming BSD events and courses. (30 mins, 22 MB)

 

AiD005: Village Water – Dowsing in Africa

150podcastlogo22 December 2008

We take a look at the work of Village Water, a charity set up by former BSD Vice-President David Dixon, which dowses and provides water supplies for remote communities in Africa; and continue our lessons with a short session on finding the depth of a water source. (38 mins, 27MB)

 

Visit Village Water website: villagewater.org

AiD004: Tom Graves Explains All

150podcastlogo12 November 2008

Legendary dowsing author Tom Graves talks to us about the changes he has seen in the dowsing world in the 30 years since Needles of Stone was published, tells us what he’s been up to in Australia, and shares his model of the 7-circuit Classical labyrinth as a metaphor for the skills learning process. (19 mins, 14MB)

 

Click here for Tom’s labyrinth model
visit Tom’s website: Tetradian Books
Click here for Tom’s blog

AiD003: All About Water

150podcastlogo2 November 2008

We talk to professional water diviner Aaron Bray about his work, and Grahame teaches a student how to find water using L-rods. (29 mins, 20 MB)

visit Aaron’s website: Discover Dowsing

AiD002: Inside the BSD

150podcastlogo31 October 2008

We talk with former BSD President Patrick MacManaway and Director John Moss about their dowsing experiences and their thoughts on the BSD. (22 mins, 15MB)

AiD001: First Steps with the Pendulum

150podcastlogo31 October 2008
Grahame talks about dowsing theory and spends some time in a country park teaching a student how to dowse with the pendulum. (24 mins, 16MB)