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 Post subject: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 5:39 pm 
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Fay Palmer, British Society of Dowsers Registered Practitioner, recently featured in local and national press, will be leading a series of guided walks in the Kenilworth and surrounding areas.

Date: 27th April 2008
Start Time: 2.00 pm
Finish Time: 4.00 pm approx Venue: Meet at Castle Green, on to Perlieu Lane and Echo Meadows
Topic: Earth energies and water dowsing

Date: 22nd May 2008
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Finish Time: 9.00 pm approx Venue: Meet at car park on left of drive at The Warwickshire Golf Course, Leek Wootton
Topic: Tree fairies, water dryads and nature spirits

Date: 19th June 2008
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Finish Time: 9.00 pm approx Venue: Blacklow Hill, Leek Wootton, Nr Warwick
Topic: At the site and on the anniversary of the execution of Piers Gaveston in 1312, we will look at the location of execution centres and energies of the area.

Date: 24th July 2008
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Finish Time: 9.00 pm approx Venue: Meet at Honiley Church, walk will follow footpaths in surrounding area
Topic: Earth energies and water dowsing

Date: 21st August 2008
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Finish Time: 9.00 pm approx Venue: Parliament Piece and Abbey Fields in Kenilworth
Topic: Power centres and sacred spaces

Date: 18th September 2008
Start Time: 7.00 pm
Finish Time: 9.00 pm approx Venue: Deer Park Farm/Prospect Farm, Warwick
Topic: Energetic ‘echoes’ and earth energies

Date: 19th October 2008
Start Time: 2.00 pm
Finish Time: 4.00 pm approx Venue: Site of mediaeval village (TBC)
Topic: Archaeological dowsing

During the walks, Fay will be leading participants to dowsing sites of interest, featuring earth energies (ley lines, grids, magic squares) and will demonstrate techniques that can encourage participants to see tree 'fairies' and water dryads. Fay will also be introducing the intangible dowsing target of ‘sacred space’ and the geometry behind places of power.

Those who have their own pendulums, L or Y rods are asked to bring them along. The walk is open to those with some, as well as those with no experience of dowsing.

Please wear suitable clothing and shoes for a walk in potentially damp/wet conditions. Following the close of the walk there will be a refreshment break in a nearby pub should participants wish to ask Fay any questions about the event.

Cost: £5.00 per person
Contact: Fay Palmer
T: 07870 928 931 Email: fay4dowsing@yahoo.co.uk

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 12:10 am 
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Sound very interesting and at a reasonable cost.

Will have to check the diary.

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
PostPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2008 8:24 pm 
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I don't think I'll manage the April one, but have definitely put the Thursday 22nd May outing in my diary! 8)

Interested in the 21st August too. (Coincidentally, I've just been past that Kenilworth area today!)

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what a find for you helen 8) i liked the sound of dowsing for tree fairies, water dryads and nature spirits too

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Fay Palmer is the lady I did the dowsing workshop with at Guy's Cliffe. :) I've since discovered that said workshop was part of her accreditation as a registered tutor for the BSD - we all had to send feedback.

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
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Re: 27th April.... I tried to find Perlieu Lane - and discovered it's Purlieu Lane! :roll:

Location of the car park here.

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
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what a find for you helen 8) i liked the sound of dowsing for tree fairies, water dryads and nature spirits too

Do you fancy coming up for it? :) It's a Thursday.

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
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I hope to be there on Sunday - with SWMBO of course :wink: - and at some of the other events.

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
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if i did come up it would have to be a flying visit cos i'm working a night on the 21st, so i'd have to come up the morning of the 22nd and then go back the next day[23rd] as i'm working a long day on the24th-----hope that all makes sense :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: Strictly Come Dowsing! Coventry guided walks, various dates
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Well, what can I say?

We met Fay in Castle Green. The sun was beating down and it was very hot. We walked down Purlieu Lane, stopping here and there to dowse for the ley lines, spirals and blind springs. We also had to dodge the cars that were using the dirt track. Purlieu Lane is just one car wide and has steep sides and was very dusty.

We all had goes with our angle rods and pendulumsat each of the stops. There were about twelve of us, some of whom were absolute beginners.

We heard thunder in the distance but weren't concerned.

Once we left the sheltered walkway of Purlieu Lane we were in open country. We stopped at about the half way point of our walk to dowse for the intersection of two ley lines and the associated spiral and a few drops of rain began to fall.

Five minutes later the heavens opened. Thunder, lightning, hail and driving rain. Most of us didn't have any waterproof clothing with us and so we got absolutely soaked through to our 'unmentionables'.

We plodded on for about 30 minutes through the storm until we reached our starting point when it stopped raining and the sun came out again. :roll: :roll:

We, that's SWMBO (who did have a waterproof jacket with her, so her 'top' was dry) and me then had to draped the plastic sheet from the boot (trunk, for Linda :wink: ) of the car across the seats because we were dripping everywhere. My waterproof boots were full of water which had run down my legs!

Funnily enough we weren't cold. Just very, very wet.

Drove home for a warm shower and dry clothes. LOVELY!!! :D :D :D

I haven't been that wet through for years. It makes you thankful for the shelter our homes, vehicles and waterproof clothing give us for the rest of the time. :D

On consideration it was a most enjoyable experience and we did learn more about dowsing. Fay will be holding an evening meeting for those of us who want to finish this first meeting because, during the storm, it was impossible to dowse for anything but the water that surrounded us.

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I'm glad I didn't go!!! :o

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during the storm, it was impossible to dowse for anything but the water that surrounded us.

Yes - did all the dowsing rods point upwards?? :lol: :scatter:

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Yes - did all the dowsing rods point upwards?? :lol: :scatter:


What!!!!! :shock: With all that lightning about?????

We held them down, not up.

One of the party had an umbrella and we all kept away from her!!

We were in open grass fields with no trees or high points anywhere near - except Kenilworth Castle about a quarter of a mile away.

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:lol: :lol: Scuse my laughter!!

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oh dear Paul, well it's good to keep in touch with the elements :wink:
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:lol: :lol: well apart from the weather, it sounds like a good day out 8)

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