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Welcome to Mid-Atlantic Geomancy (MAG)

Geomancy explores the realm where human consciousness meets and dialogues with the Spirit of the Earth. It empowers the harmonious interaction between person and place, and can enhance spiritual growth.

                                          Powerpoints in Time

While Geomancy honours the spirit of place, it also honours its intersection with the Spirit of Time. We honour all spiritual paths with heart, and so, we would begin by recognising that different paths see different days as special. On these islands, the builders of Stonehenge honoured the Summer Solstice, at Newgrange, they honoured the Winter Solstice, but all spiritual paths and world religions hold different days as special.
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                         Geomancers I Have Gnown

I have been a dowser and student of geomancy since the late fifties when my mother taught me to locate the pipe that brought Town water into our home in Greensboro, Vermont.  The man who taught her how to dowse was Terry Ross, and he later became my mentor as in dowsing and seeking the Earth Energies.  The major turning point happened in 1969, when I went to a site called Claendar II in central Vermont to see the Summer Solstice Sun rise from an astronomical platform which is aligned with a standing stone, and the sun rolls up the side of a hill behind it on the horizon..  I never saw the Sun rise that morning because I was in the Calendar II Chamber which is oriented towards the WInter Solstice sun rise, and I had what can only be called a mystical experience when over twenty white-robed people suddenly appeared inside the chamber, and none had come through the door at the front of the chamber!  (You can read more of this pivotal event in my book Spiritual Dowsing)

In any event, This started me on a path that I have been following for the past forty-five years learning to be a geomancer.  I have just finished a long project I call "Geomancers I Have Gnown," and I invite you to join me for a visual tour of the geomancers who have influenced and directed my life.

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