Dowsers Down Under
One hour, forty mintues of interviews and dowsing demonstrations by fascinating dowsers around Australia, filmed by Alanna Moore.
In Victoria Sandy Griffin describes his water and gold divining experiences and explains how he mends leaking dams, while Keith Levy (‘Silver’) shows us graves of the Kelly gang that he has located in the Benalla cemetery, and Tony F. takes us out on an Earth acupuncture job. Bill Raines gives the low-down on opal divining in Cooper Pedy, South Australia, and we also get to see amazing opal specimens kept in Sydney museums. Ross Henderson of Tasmania shows us how to test soil and blink dowse; while Western Australia’s Dave Kennett demonstrates map dowsing and how he finds his destination when lost; and Wynelle Delaney of Perth is seen doing part of a health dowsing check up.
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What the reviewers have said about Dowsers Down Under:
“Thanks goodness someone is continuing research and promoting interest in the fascinating practice of dowsing…This video, made by Alanna Moore, is really great. You get to see seven of Australia’s respected dowsers, including Keith Levy, Sandy Griffin, Ross Henderson, Bill Raines and Dave Kennett. As you will see, dowsing is not just confined to finding water. It is being used to determine soil mineral/pH balances; to find precious ores and stones; to detect and remedy “Earth radiation” and geopathic stress; to select locations for planting; and even to locate graves! If you are interested in dowsing, then may I strongly suggest you get hold of this video; it is very informative.”
Duncan Roads, Nexus magazine June/July 2002.
“This video will be excellent to help beginners learn from top teachers and also interesting for those who would like to see other peoples’ methods and successes… It is also a wonderful social history document…”
Natural Resonance Study Group, March 2002 newsletter.
“This really is a tremendous video which over an hour and forty mintues recounts the dowsing techniques and stories of seven most interesting Australian dowsers. They really are practical stories, not theory, with demonstrations which show the multitude of tasks that dowsing can be applied towards to gain beneficial results…
Anyone interested in how dowsing is applied will find this video fascinating. We are lucky to have people like Alanna who are recording dowsers stories for posterity because many of those interviewed are not in their first flush of youth, but vital nevertheless…”
Dowsers Society of NSW newsletter Nov. 2002
Available in PAL format only.