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Terry Ross

Terry Ross, also studied with Bruce MacManaway. He was President of the American Society of Dowsers and one of the early people to bring the idea of dowseable leys to the United States. He taught my mother, Virginia, how to dowse, and she taught me in the late fifties. In 1970 or so, my mother took me to a meeting in Woodstock, Vermont at Betty Sincerbeaux's home. Terry was one of the speakers. The next morning, we went to see the Summer Solstice Sunrise at an astronomical platform at Calendar II. That sunrise, I had an experience in the chamber that changed my life. Terry became my teacher, and we worked together throughout the seventies. He has now passed on, but in his time, he was a true Master Dowser.