Legacy of Ancient Ancestors Dowsing, An Ancient Skill-Set Revived

Legacy of Ancient Ancestors Dowsing, An Ancient Skill-Set Revived

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Our ancient ancestors lived completely different lives from ours.  They stood on the ground by day and looked at the sky at night.  This gave them a connection to the earth that most of us generally miss.  Our ancient ancestors also had very different needs than us.  For example, they could not just turn on a tap,  and needed to find sources of drinkable water hidden deep below the surface of the earth. Even Moses was a dowser, as God instructed him to take the rod and “the rock yielded water”. We have allowed an ancient skill-set inherited from our ancient ancestors to languish in our deep subconscious, like those hidden water sources.

Drawing on his decades of experience as a successful teacher, composer, and dowser, Dr. Gary White has developed a series of exercises to enable us to access our own innate inner “dowsing mind.” Demonstrating a variety of muscle-testing techniques, Gary illustrates how they can be used for both tangible (underground water, lost items, etc.) and intangible (non-physical queries) dowsing. Moving to profound, consciousness-altering methods, Gary leads us on an exploration that ranges from the material world into the multi-dimensional realms—a source of information and inspiration throughout the centuries.

Gary White, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Iowa State University, where he was a professor of music theory and a successful composer. He is author of a number of college-level music theory textbooks. After his (early) retirement in 1994, he established Pilgrims Process Publishers, which has published over 30 books by different authors on a variety of subjects, including sacred sites, pilgrimage, fiction, and a series of seven books under the general title of “Powerful Places in . . .” The series, which is co-authored with his wife, Elyn Aviva, includes: Powerful Places in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall, Catalonia, Brittany, and the Caminos de Santiago. His latest book is The Dowsing Mind - Into the Multi-Dimensional Realms and Back.

Our ancient ancestors lived completely different lives from ours.  They stood on the ground by day and looked at the sky at night.  This gave them a connection to the earth that most of us generally miss.  Our ancient ancestors also had very different needs than us.  For example, they could not just turn on a tap,  and needed to find sources of drinkable water hidden deep below the surface of the earth. Even Moses was a dowser, as God instructed him to take the rod and “the rock yielded water”. We have allowed an ancient skill-set inherited from our ancient ancestors to languish in our deep subconscious, like those hidden water sources.

Drawing on his decades of experience as a successful teacher, composer, and dowser, Dr. Gary White has developed a series of exercises to enable us to access our own innate inner “dowsing mind.” Demonstrating a variety of muscle-testing techniques, Gary illustrates how they can be used for both tangible (underground water, lost items, etc.) and intangible (non-physical queries) dowsing. Moving to profound, consciousness-altering methods, Gary leads us on an exploration that ranges from the material world into the multi-dimensional realms—a source of information and inspiration throughout the centuries.

Gary White, Ph.D. is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Iowa State University, where he was a professor of music theory and a successful composer. He is author of a number of college-level music theory textbooks. After his (early) retirement in 1994, he established Pilgrims Process Publishers, which has published over 30 books by different authors on a variety of subjects, including sacred sites, pilgrimage, fiction, and a series of seven books under the general title of “Powerful Places in . . .” The series, which is co-authored with his wife, Elyn Aviva, includes: Powerful Places in Scotland, Wales, Ireland, Cornwall, Catalonia, Brittany, and the Caminos de Santiago. His latest book is The Dowsing Mind - Into the Multi-Dimensional Realms and Back.