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Dowsing Basics Workshop

Dowsing Workshop 30 Sep 2018 2

Somerton is a civil parish in the Babergh district of Suffolk in eastern England. It is split into two smaller villages: Upper Somerton with a population of approximately 50 & Somerton with a population of about 20. Upper Somerton is at the top of one valley and has St. Margaret's Church, one of the highest churches in Suffolk - geographically speaking, a phone box, a post box and Hand Water Pump.
The villages comprise rural houses and farms with some council houses. Its nearest villages are Hartest, Brockley and Hawkedon. There was once quite a rivalry between Hartest and Somerton, in 1713 a giant Somerton stone was stolen by the Hartest men and it was rafted down the valley by 45 horses with a Trumpeter sitting on top of the stone and deposited on their village green.
Somerton even gets a single mention in the Domesday Book of 1086, its lord was called Frogo and only worth £2 : 16 pence.

The One Day, ‘Basics of Dowsing’ Workshop will be jointly hosted by Winterbone Shamanic & Dowsing Anglia, held at Francis Farm OS Map: TL 813 537 - Postcode: IP21 4ND - 10:00hrs – 17:00hrs. Price £50.
A combination of Indoor & Outdoor work, appropriate clothing and footwear required + bring a Picnic.

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Somerton Map
Somerton Church
Energy plan

Traditional Hartmann & Curry Energy Lines present here at St Margaret’s Church in Somerton
+ Large Positive Node within the Church

pump

Dowsing’s Prime discipline was always to locate a good source of water for the Tribe plus not too deep and not seasonal.

Here we will try and find the direction of the stream below and at what depth.

Can we work out the PH values and hardness levels plus the Flowrates of the water ?

Francis Farm

Red Star - Hartmann Line heading to the Church passes through this field.
The Farm’s Water Well is located around here – Capped 30+ years.

Yellow Star - Old Water Mains passes under the road here, buried deeply 2 metres,1940’s 20 inch Steel Pipe concrete coated.

These are really good dowsing exercises as there’s no clues around, nothing surface breaking, it’s just you working with the Gaia and trusting your L’ Rods.

Ode to Somerton

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