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GEOMANCY TODAY

A 5 part film series made by Alanna Moore

This film series looks at geomancy in Australasia and beyond, through the eyes of dowsers and clairvoyant researchers, who provide fascinating insights, as well as demonstrating their methods of correcting stressful energies in the home and environment.

It begins with historical insights and traditions, plus people’s experiences and professional techniques of geomancy, then goes on to look at landscapes across Australasia & beyond, with more detailed insights into their spiritual significance.

 

Part One: Megalithomania

A look at the ancient fascination with megaliths (stone circles and big rocks) first in Ireland & England, then Australia and New Zealand, the beginnings of Earth Mysteries research, and how geomancers relate to rocks now. 32 minutes.

Part Two: Divining Earth Harmony

From Chinese feng shui to modern urban geomancy. Five geomancers in Australia describe their work and Earth healing experiences, and demonstrate methods to counteract environmental energy stresses. 39 minutes.

Part Three: Discovering the Devas

An introduction to the world of nature spirits, gods and goddesses; including interviews with people who describe fascinating clairvoyant observations of them; plus paintings of them; and a look at dowsing for the devas. Filmed in Australia, New Zealand, England and Ireland. 34 minutes.

Part Four: Helping the Devas

Find out how Swedish dowsers are working with the landscape beings such as Trolls, in their state-of-the-art Earth healing work; and how people in Sydney engaged the devas to help set the scene for a joyful and peaceful event at the Sydney Olympics. 26 minutes.

Part Five: The Sacred World of Water

Explore the many curious characteristics of water and it’s traditionally sacred dimensions. See how people still honour and care for it’s sacred being. Find out about ‘spiritual water divining’ and water rituals. Filmed in Australia, New Zealand, England and Ireland. 38 minutes.

 

This film series can be bought as a full set on 3 DVDs for AUD$50 plus $5 post & handling,

or else individually, as parts 1 & 2, 3 & 4, or 5, for $20 plus $2 p& h.

 

Geomancy Today Reviewed by Jilli Roberts

for PAGAN TIMES SPRING 2006

“I think this is the third Film
Series by Alanna Moore that I
have reviewed, and each one is
better than the one before, and the
creative qualities of Alanna and her
film crew are coming through. The
photography, camera work, the
editing, and the music that
occasionally stirs the spine, are all
very good. The gentle voice-over is
appealing and appropriate, almost
meditative, moving at a pace that
allows the words to sink in and be
comfortably understood and assimilated.
I have said before that I find
Alanna’s films give you a sense of
being confronted with a row of
open doors through which you can
choose to go if you want to
discover more than that which
Alanna gives you. This is not a fancy
way of saying the films are in
‘magazine edit’, or put together like
TV bites. That is not the case. I
particularly want to make this point
because The Geomancy Today series is an
excellent presentation of the basics of what
is being discussed. The quality of
information and balance of sources is
excellent and interesting. These are not
magazine edits but well thought out
presentations, crammed full of information.
So I feel it is important to get over that first
hurdle of 30 minute disk, flick in the
machine, all over response that this product
may get at first glance. Please give it the
time, if you are interested in this subject
matter. It is more than it seems.

To sum up then, I find that Alanna
Moore’s film products are unique,
individual and idiosyncratic. They are
almost the documentary equivalent of
the Japanese poetry form of haiku; short
and focussed, with every component
being Very Important. You have to
concentrate, almost meditate, as
you watch.
I can only repeat that if you like visual
imagery and verbal guides, then these
films are an enjoyable way to take a
break from the written word. If you seek
stimulation, inspiration, or even a
starting point for your personal spiritual
quest, then you may well find that nugget
in one of Alanna Moore’s films. In today’s
world, research is easier than it has ever
been before, and you can go forward by
just putting in your keyword.
In these two films reviewed here, the
doors are open to communicate with, or
even enter, realms other than the one we
inhabit, as well as offering an impetus to
acknowledge the Water Element in all its
guises, which is ever present and within.
In this context I recommend this 2-film
package.”

 

More detailed info plus more reviews of Geomancy Today films:

Geomancy Today, Part One:

Megalithomania

32 minutes

‘Megalithomania’ is about the fascination with stone circles and standing stones and was filmed in Ireland, England, Australia and New Zealand.

The unfolding history of the revival of interest in ancient British megaliths is described, starting at that largest of stone circles at Avebury. See also The Stone of Destiny at Tara, in Ireland and at Carrowmore on the west coast, stone circles/passage graves which date back to over 7000 years.

From antiquarians and astro-archeology, to energy dowsing (dowser/author Tom Graves giving a demonstration), and from the scientific to the folkloric, the enigma of the stones unravels. But there are still more questions than solid answers.

Why were people creating calendars in stone and what was the significance of lunar eclipses? What of alignments/ ley lines, nature spirits and the Earth energy networks found by dowsers and sensitives there? The film offers explanations on many levels, and through the eyes of several geomancers.

Crossing down-under, the film then looks at some natural stone megaliths in Australasia and contemplates the geomantic understandings of place there. We get to touch upon some geomythology, at a legendary stone -The Navigator, on a beach in New Zealand; and then see the iconic Nimbin Rocks, in northern New South Wales (Australia), the haunt of the hairy Nimbinje spirit. We learn of the fate of the stolen Devil’s Marble (- there’s a happy ending there.)

Aboriginal traditions and sacred space are being revived in many parts of Australia, and we get to see an Aboriginal teacher with his didgeridoo taking students on a “trip to the Dreamtime”, at an ancient (natural granite) megalithic Aboriginal site near Melbourne.

In central Victoria we meet Maura McCabe’s backyard healing stone and join in with a respectful ceremony of approach with geomancers Junitta Vallak and Billy Arnold,
at the Touchstone, which marks the entrance to an important sacred site – the mountaintop ‘Rock of Ages’, near Maldon, home of the Rainbow Serpent.

Gain a sense of the Dreamtime, the timeless qualities of sacredness in the environment. Hear the mind altering and healing sounds of the digeridoo. Learn of successful techniques of Earth healing in England. And get inspired to make your own small stone circle. You too can have a sacred focal point in your own back yard!

 

Geomancy Today Part Two:
Divining Earth Harmony

39 minutes.

From feng shui to modern urban geomancy, this film spans a wide spectrum of geomantic styles, starting with ancient origins in China. Five geomancers in Australia then describe their work and Earth healing experiences, and demonstrate methods to counteract environmental energy stresses (such as geopathic and electro-stress, traumatized landscapes etc).

Tim Strachan, an urban geomancer in Sydney, talks about how he discovered the problems of environmental energies, through his natural therapies work. Patients, in some cases, were not improving until this factor was addressed, he found. Tim surveyed devices on the market to alleviate the problem and went on to develop his own (‘Energy Store’) product range.

Shirley Loats then describes an Earth healing experience in country New South Wales, prompted by a wave of suicides in a district. She clairvoyantly saw a change in energies in the process and reports that the suicide epidemic in the area is over.

In country Victoria Tony F. demonstrates his unusual method of Earth acupuncture that involves ordinary house bricks, at a friend’s home where he found geopathic stress.

Frank St John in Brisbane then explains some of his techniques, developed over many decades, using blink dowsing, charged water for energy neutralisation, etc.

Lastly, Wynelle Delaney in Perth (Western Australia) describes her philosophy and style of radionic healing, where household energies are diagnosed and harmonised remotely. The energies of inhabitants too must be assessed and balanced, she says, for wholistic healing of both to be possible.

 

Geomancy Today, part 3:

Discovering the Devas

Reviewed by Don McLeod

for ‘Silver Wheel’, South Australian publication of the Pagan Alliance.

“Part three of Alanna Moore’s Geomancy Today film series is Discovering Devas. The word Deva comes from a Sanskrit term meaning shining ones, and in broad terms, Devas are thought of as nature spirits. This film is an introduction to the realms of these ethereal beings, and it looks at deity too.

In India, Devas are thought of as gods, but in the West, we tend to regard them as elemental beings – guardians of the land. This film includes a section on finding Devas in the city environment. An evaluation of Canberra’s Parliament House brings the pronouncement that it is “full of them!” And we’re told that an entity that looks like an octopus, but which “may well have come from another planet”, hangs around the corridors of the House of Representatives. Has H.P. Lovecraft’s dreaded Cthulhu emerged at last?

If those sorts of new-age ‘visions’ are not your cup of herbal tea though, don’t despair, as most of this film is devoted to an exploration of the gods and goddesses of ancient Europe. Time is also given to a description of the Green Man, and plenty of his images (built into various forms of architecture) are shown ­ including one in Dunedin in New Zealand. Lovely representations of the Green Lady are also very welcome features on this film. This part of the DVD was filmed in England, NZ, Ireland and Australia (with scenes from Adelaide) and it runs for 34 minutes.

As a whole, the film series focuses on geomancy (Earth energies) from the perspective of clairvoyants and energy dowsers. This DVD will be of interest to those who like to investigate the spiritual planes of the New-Agers, and it will be enjoyed by pagans who want to experience a visual journey through the history and development of the gods and goddesses. You’ll also enjoy the views of various sacred sites from around the world.”

Review of ‘Discovering the Devas’ by David Baird, Dunedin, New Zealand..

“This is worth buying … The DVD is almost a Ritual, it has lovely sounds and pictures, Alanna narrates her material and has put a lot of time and effort into this production. Fine shots from around the world , of powerful nature spots, animals ( and their sacred aspects) and the green man, shots of this figure from all over the world.

Alanna has been to Dunedin NZ a few times now. I was lucky to get to go to one of the workshops. Later I asked her to come to talk at the local Theosophical Society, and we had a workshop on Deva Dowsing.

If you are interested in Earth Healing, Geopathic Stress, Devas of the Home and Land, and all that stuff, then I recommend this material.”

David Baird

 

Discovering the Devas Reviewed

by Jilli Roberts for PAGAN TIMES SPRING 2006

DISCOVERING DEVAS
We are all aware that the word
Deva is one of those purloined
by the West from Indian culture,
as have karmaíand chakraí Iím over this
now (you heave a sigh of relief), but I was
interested to discover that the word Deva
has now gone beyond spiritual concepts and
now heads companies in the business of
producing among other things: music,
cosmetics, fashion, seaweed, and computer
products, to name but a few. Despite this
dilution, Deva remains a powerful and
popular word in our culture to describe the
concept of : celestial, shining, elemental
spirit, intelligent entity, god, goddess, etc.
This word does have links to similar ones in
European linguistics such as the Lithuanian
dievs and Prussian deiwas, the Germanic
Tiwaz , and the Latin deus and divus ëgodí
from which the English words divine
deity, French dieuí and Italian dio derive.

In this context we should feel
comfortable in using the word of another
culture so freely, although personally I
prefer to work with words and concepts
from my own immediate culture: in this
case, the Fey.
In this film, Alanna takes you through the
history of Devas and their equivalent, in
many cultures, including Aboriginal
Australia. The inclusion of Aboriginal
spiritual beliefs in this film is another
strong point of the whole film series and
injects an understanding for the viewer of
some aspects of these beliefs which may
not have been there before.
As in previous films of the series, we also
see interviews of national and
international people who have experience
of working in the area under discussion, in
this case, communication with Devas,
visionary artists and dowsers. One
memorable interviewee discusses the
Devas he has observed in the Australian
Parliament House in Canberra. (I wonít
print any spoilers here.)
The absence of any discussion on the
balancing dark side of the Deva realms is
not necessarily a worry, if this film is
aimed at new seekers, but one hopes that
awareness is broadened as training and
study progresses under the umbrella of
Moore’s films and workshops.
All round, this film is a delight, and gives
you the feeling of being part of a Whole,
of swimming in a cosmic balance, and
tantalises the viewer with the discovery
that our eyes do not necessarily see all that
is to be seen.

 

Geomancy Today, Part Four:

Helping the Devas

Find out how Swedish dowsers are working with the landscape beings such as Trolls, in their state-of-the-art Earth healing work; and how people in Sydney engaged the devas to help set the scene for a joyful and peaceful event at the Sydney Olympics. 26 minutes.

A five minute version is now out on You Tube., at:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=jApDqWhv0oY.

 

Geomancy Today, Part 5:

The Sacred World of Water

Reviewed by Don McLeod for ‘Silver Wheel’, South Australian publication of the Pagan Alliance.

“In part 5 of the series, Alanna looks at the characteristics of water, and the ways in which people are still honouring its sacredness. In many ancient creation myths, the gods emerged from the waters to create life, so it’s not too surprising that water is seen as an important link to spiritual purification. Sacred wells from around the world are shown, and their properties are explained. The connection between water and the Aboriginal Dreamtime is also explored. The running time for this part of the DVD is 38 minutes.

As a whole, the film series focuses on geomancy (Earth energies) from the perspective of clairvoyants and energy dowsers. This DVD will be of interest to those who like to investigate the spiritual planes of the New-Agers, and it will be enjoyed by pagans who want to experience a visual journey through the history and development of the gods and goddesses. You’ll also enjoy the views of various sacred sites from around the world.”

 

The Sacred World of Water

Reviewed by Jilli Roberts for PAGAN TIMES SPRING 2006

“This film takes you on a fact-
filled journey, this time through
some of the myths and legends
associated with the water Element in
human consciousness, from yin/yang to
homeopathy. No in-depth explanations are
given, just the brush of a butterfly wing on
each topic, a door blowing open to invite
your imagination and personal quest. But,
as always, you are made aware of the
connections between many cultural
manifestations of thought on the same

Our histories are burgeoning with
the stories of how humans have
interacted with the spiritual aspects
of water. Here you are shown a
variety of some of these:
purification rituals, the persisting
legends around wells, springs and
aspects of The Great Mother. The
legends of mermaids from
different cultures, flit through the
script. Scottish silkies represent the
British water Fey, and their
relationship with humans is
glimpsed in a fleeting chorus of
The Silkie folksong. There is so
much depth to all of these areas:
follow your quest.
Rain making ritual is shown, a
modern blessing with water, and
above all we are shown examples
of how human culture in the past
and present has given honour to
this particular Element. A
performance of Aboriginal
storytelling is included, as is the
personal journey of a western
storyteller, who discusses the moon
tides effect on our bodies and our
connection with the cosmos. Dowsers
make an appearance again, of course,
and the overall theme of this film is the
need to respect and care for this
Element which makes up about 80% of
our personal space and communal space.”

NOTE: Currently not all these films are available, so check first before purchase. Only Pal, not NTSC or other formats are available, however they can be played on computers anywhere.

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