"The universe is not only stranger than we imagine, it is stranger than we can imagine."  

 

- Sir Arthur Eddington
IN JIM'S WORDS...

When I retired to the woods of South Carolina I wanted to experience a passion similar to those who built Stonehenge - strong enough to inspire me to move mega-ton boulders halfway across England. That is to say, I retired with an agenda. “Okay God, it’s you and me. No structures No restrictions. No theology. No holds barred. Twenty-four hours a day. You are my only passion. You say you like a challenge? Bring it on!” Like Jacob of old who wrestled with God, I had one prayer on my lips: “I will not let you go until you bless me!”

 

Imagine my surprise when, in a totally unexpected way, God answered and did just that!

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK

"Water that begins up in the mountains will find its way to the sea.  It is predestined to do so.  Forces are in place, in this case the force of gravity, which guarantee this result.  But the countryside will determine its flow. Some years it will flow this way, some years that way.  But its overall course was set in stone, quite literally in stone, before the water that fell as rain began the journey. Seen in this way, the river is a metaphor for my life, for your life, and for all lives."

-Jim Willis, From Savannah: A Bicycle Journey Through Space and Time 

Events:

Devon Dowsers, Tamar Dowsers, Trencrom Dowsers, Somerset Dowsers & Thames Valley Dowsers: 

a Zoom Presentation for the British Society of Dowsers

What if someone were to tell you that your five senses, which have evolved to help you interact with the world around you, also serve as filters that cut you off from a true experience of the totality of reality?

What if that person were to further explain that the scientific method, a marvellous, systematic, investigative technique that relentlessly explores, tracks down, measures, and describes the world around us, is insufficient to fully explain the nature of the cosmic ocean in which we live?

 

What if you were to learn that almost everything you have been taught about reality is an illusion?

 

Dowsers have long made such claims – and more. But surprisingly, these are no longer statements echoing forth from the world of what many call metaphysics. They are the claims of cutting-edge science. Specifically, quantum physics. Scientific and intuitive approaches to reality have long been traveling two separate and parallel highways on the way to understanding the true nature of our perception realm. Are they about to merge? Or have they already merged? Are they employing different language to describe the same phenomena? Have we entered an era in which principles familiar to every experienced dowser now have explanations and support from the cutting edge of so-called “rational,” “provable,” science?

Dowsing in Quantum Reality,
A Review by Nigel Twinn

Interviews:

Shamanic Roots of The Big 5 - Garden of Doom, hosted by Jeff Lippman, November 27, 2022

Our Future Depends on Our Consciousness - Everything Imaginable, hosted by Gary Cocciolillo, December 2, 2022