2 Day course in Water Dowsing – Priory Park, Malvern

£180.00£190.00

PLEASE ONLY PURCHASE THIS COURSE IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR PLACE CONFIRMED FIRST.
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Applications in the first instance to
info@britishdowsers.org
with basic details as to why you are
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Friday 24th and Saturday 25th June 2022

Venue:   Priory Park, Malvern

PLEASE ONLY PURCHASE THIS COURSE IF YOU HAVE HAD YOUR PLACE CONFIRMED FIRST

Have you considered becoming
a professional water dowser?
2-day Course for dowsers of all levels
Friday 24th – Sat 25th June, 2022
Priory Park, Malvern – centre of town
All grass parkland

Up to three professional water diviners will be
in attendance. Four two-hour sessions with
discussion and advice in between.

Aaron Bray is a longterm
professional
dowser, had his own
drilling company for
many years, and is an
expert in all forms of
dowsing, drilling, and
boring for water.
Guy Hudson, longtime
professional
water diviner, experienced
both in the UK
and abroad. Often
featured in relevant
magazines, including
Dowsing Today.
John Baker has been
a professional water
dowser for many
years. He was as
surprised as anyone
when he discovered
he had an aptitude for
dowsing.

Cost of two-day course £180.00
Accommodation, refreshments and food
extra. Course numbers limited to 12

Applications in the first instance to
BSD office – 01684 576969 or
info@britishdowsers.org
with basic details as to why you are
interested. Our preference is for people
who have at least 20–25 years active life
ahead of them, as learning to operate in a
professional manner takes time.
Course will include:
1. Locating and following sub-surface water
courses.
2. Working out depth and width of water run.
3. Identifying flow rates, potability, quality,
contamination, etc.
4. Advice on borehole drilling companies.
5. Tracing and looking for pipes and leaks.
6. The dangers posed by lost wells.
7. Basic U.K. geology.
8. Understanding that we all work differently.
9. Recommended aids to help: i.e. maps,
books, etc.
Dowsing rods required, not pendulums.
There is an ongoing need for professional
water dowsers, more so in the
future as water resources become less
available. Don’t give up the day job
just yet, but fees are worthwhile.

Course will include:
1. Locating and following sub-surface water
courses.
2. Working out depth and width of water run.
3. Identifying flow rates, potability, quality,
contamination, etc.
4. Advice on borehole drilling companies.
5. Tracing and looking for pipes and leaks.
6. The dangers posed by lost wells.
7. Basic U.K. geology.
8. Understanding that we all work differently.
9. Recommended aids to help: i.e. maps,
books, etc.
Dowsing rods required, not pendulums.

Cost of two-day course £180.00
Accommodation, refreshments and food
extra. Course numbers limited to 12
Applications in the first instance to
BSD office – 01684 576969 or
info@britishdowsers.org
with basic details as to why you are
interested. Our preference is for people
who have at least 20–25 years active life
ahead of them, as learning to operate in a
professional manner takes time.

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