Adventures in Dowsing
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,
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).
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)...
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.
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 fa...
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
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,
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).
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. [...]
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).