Trish Mill's talk at the 2022 BSD Conference: "The Interconnectedness of All Things by John Gibson-Forty"
About Trish’s talk
Trish Mills honestly believes that John Gibson-Forty’s dowsing of the earth energies of a decagon left by the Perpetual Choirs some 2,500 to 4,000 years ago, is probably the greatest dowsing achievement in the history of divination since it began around 6000 B.C. It took John 3.5 years to complete, covered 22 counties, and 14,000 square miles. Now that’s a lot of dowsing!
It was Trish’s privilege to publish John’s book in 2012 and the roller-coaster ride of what has happened to it since is almost as thrilling as the book itself. Trish will share both during her talk, telling us how the Universe gave her several prompts (and finally a kick up the backside) to have the book reprinted in its 10th Anniversary year, before moving on to the significance of the three perpetual choirs of Britain, where 2,400 monks, saints or druids had chanted on a rolling-rota basis, 100 at a time, day and night, 24/7, for the ongoing enchantment of Britain.
Many musicians are now emulating them, following – and chanting – in their footsteps today, for the good of our planet and to benefit from the interconnectedness of all things.
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