Goddess Energy Returns to Dowsing: The Rise of the Quantum Healer
– By Brian Crissey –
You know her image—Queen Nefertiti of Egypt, 3344 years ago—regal, beautiful and reeking of power. Notice what she held in her hands—a dowsing instrument, a wand whose subtle movements in response to significant questions decided between peace and war. No great decisions were made without its advice.
When the Great Pyramid at Giza was first opened, one of the sacred objects found was a dowsing device, now referred to as the Super Isis pendulum. Repeated trials matching this pendulum against other designs for reliability have shown it to be superior. For thousands of years Egyptians ruled with a power that was guided by careful dowsing and tempered by a warm, nurturing connection to the energies of the Earth.
By the 20th Century, dowsing had dwindled to a few sensitive men holding forked twigs that dipped over underground water. Digging wells required strength and endurance, and major construction decisions like locating a well were a man’s domain. The world had been gender-split for several millennia—men hunted and recklessly played at war, while the women cooked food and raised children. Women dowsed as they always have, but the public face of dowsing was male.
Today, however, our world is changing rapidly. The feminine power that had lain dormant during the male-dominated Piscean Age is emerging strongly in this new Age of Aquarius, and dowsing is returning to its role as a source of powerful guidance and a means of manifesting reality through our intentions. It is no longer largely limited to men, and now that the very definition of dowsing is changing, women in many walks of life are finding that they, too, are dowsers.
Dowsing is so much more than finding water. It is two-way multidimensional communication, and WNC women are blazing new trails by speaking, vending, performing, organizing, volunteering, leading workshops, and providing services at the Spring Conference of the Southern Dowsers, March 19-23, at the Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC. Two of the three keynote speakers are female, as are over half of the speakers. 46 speakers are joining us from as far away as Arizona, California, and Israel.
For many years dowsing was thought to be only a way to provide visible evidence of unseen truth. It was in-bound only. But renowned leadoff keynote speaker Raymon Grace has pioneered and documented the use of dowsing to manifest reality and heal at a distance, making dowsing two-way—both in-bound and out-bound. Remote healing is dowsing, as is adjusting people’s subtle-energy fields and removing their negative energies. Detecting and redirecting disturbing energy flows under houses is dowsing. If you muscle test or use kinesiology, you dowse. If you see auras, or read past lives, you dowse. If you follow hunches, you are dowsing. If you are intuitive, you are a dowser.
There is hardly a woman alive who is not a dowser. It may be time for you to take advantage of this rare opportunity in our WNC neighborhood to discover or develop your already-formidable skills.
Dowsers are becoming the quantum healers of a new era. Ruth Kent, for example, one of only four teachers of the powerful Emotion and Body Code healing techniques, will paint a beautiful mind picture that we all can use to co-create a green, sustainable future that we will be proud to hand on to our grandkids. She will describe a new world in which inexpensive, natural, effective and harmless methods of healing are used first, rather than last.
Powerful women, like keynote speaker Penny Kelly, will speak about their roles in redefining our world’s dominant paradigm. Penny played an essential role in the late Dr. William Levengood’s discovery of Charge Density Plasma (CDP), a form of subtle energy that reacts to consciousness. She worked as his translator, understanding his intricate work and explaining it in simple terms to the world, as she will do for us.
CDP is most likely the mechanism by which intentions affect reality and almost certainly the means by which crop circles are formed. It is probably what flows in the great invisible rivers of subtle energy called Hartmann, Curry, and Ley lines. During the events of 9/11, the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and other massively tragic events, human consciousness acting upon CDP energy probably caused the extraordinary fluctuations in the Earth’s magnetic fields that were detected by the American GEOS satellites. CDP may be the missing explanation behind the recent resurgence of previously discredited ‘cold fusion,’ which has now been replicated in 60 labs and renamed ‘nuclear effects.’
Dowsing tools like pendulums, L-rods and bobbers most likely react to CDP energy. Penny Kelly will stretch your mind.
For 40 years, leadoff speaker and master dowser Sandee Mac has traveled to ancient and sacred global sites, dowsing many aspects of every one of them. Some indigenous cultures see the ‘Stone People’ as our oldest relations, and Sandee will tell their stories. She will share amazing images and invite us to visit some recently revealed locations that may be over 350,000 years old – a culture based entirely on sound. We will journey with her to the five newly discovered pyramids in Bosnia, whose parts defy the laws of physics. She will share evidence of stone circles in South Africa and giants 20-30 feet tall, fully preserved in vertical graves of solid rock.
How can such extraordinary historical information contribute to a better future—the theme of the conference? We dowsers have always played critical roles in civilization’s development, and our work continues today as we dowse, vision and manifest a newly balanced, beloved Mother Earth, moving into the future with a deeper respect for our true history.
Thousands of years ago the Hopis, Mayans, and others predicted the emergence around the end of 2012 of a new epoch they called the Fifth World, based on love, cooperation, and sustainability. They expected the decadent Fourth World, based on comfort, competition and war, to decline and collapse.
Closing keynote speaker Dr. P.M.H. Atwater, L.H.D., is a captivating speaker who has authored many books, including Children of the Fifth World, in which she explains how the recent increases in the intuitive, creative, and abstract thinking abilities of children—and the prevalence of ADHD, dyslexia, and autism—all signal evolutionary changes at work that point to the emergence of what she calls the Fifth Root Race—a particular genetic patterning in the evolution of the human race. She connects the appearance of these new traits with ancient myths and visionary seers. These new kids act as agents for world change by reflecting back every misguided aspect of business, politics, religion, and culture. Her research and findings give us all great hope for a positive future.
Nancy Baumgarten, secretary of the sponsoring Appalachian Chapter of the American Society of Dowsers, has been working with Fifth World children for years, running summer camps for ‘psychic’ kids. She and master dowser Lee Barnes will conduct a dowsing school on Saturday, March 21. If you have children under 12, you may want to consider giving them the opportunity to cultivate their innate skills, which they might otherwise lose—ancient skills they could utilize throughout their lives.
As the conference draws to a close on Sunday, the lovely Chapel of the Transfiguration hosts Rev. Charlotte McGinnis, of the Hendersonville Namasté Center, in a multifaith service at 11:00 a.m. It is open to all people without charge. Her message is titled, “The Common Ground Among All World Religions,” in which she will chart out the spiritual paths forward that include all people and exclude no one. It will be high energy and memorable for all.
Attending this groundbreaking conference could be a significant life changer for those who come. All the details you need are at the web site, AppalachianDowsers.org. Bring your friends, and perhaps we’ll see you there!
Brian Crissey lives in Mill Spring, NC, with his wife Pam. Together they operate the Granite Publishing Group and Not Made By Hands energy essences. Both are long-time dowsers, having map-dowsed their way from Oregon to western NC in 1995.