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the Hydrogeological, Mineral & Oil Exploration Consultancy that brings the Earth Sciences of Geology & Geophysics together with the
ancient arts of Water Divining & Dowsing


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What exactly is GeoDivining and how does it work?


Of the many questions we're commonly asked this one is the first and foremost.

Geodivining is a detailed multi-dimensional remote-sensing method for geostructural mapping and target assessment, that combines the modern science of geology with the best of the ancient art of divining in an effective synthesis of logic and intuition that is highly goal oriented, and can be applied with unrivalled versatility and consistent success to all aspects and stages of geoprospecting in all geological environments.

In conjunction with geo-scientific research, Geodivining utilises super-sensory faculties of the human body-brain-mind trinity that operate beyond the present frontiers of scientific understanding, to swiftly, accurately and economically identify, delineate and assess underground natural resources, including all types of fresh water aquifers, bulk mineral deposits, base-metal ore bodies, precious metals and rare minerals, as well as onshore and offshore oil and gas reserves.

Geodivining senses penetrate the ground to depths rivalled only by seismic surveying, and are effective across any distance, as long as an accurate geographic positioning system is adhered to.

These senses are highly versatile, responding to and interpreting a wide range of subtle natural energies by bio-physical and possibly psycho-physical mechanisms that scientists have so far been unable to identify, let alone measure or understand.

Geodivining works just as well on maps as it does on the ground, and a range of detailed map-dowsing techniques are a vital part of our unique survey method.

The question of how divining works
, has exercised the minds of scientists and diviners for centuries, but to this day the phenomenon remains one of the many enigmas that can not adequately be explained within our present framework of scientific understanding. It is part of the great mystery of life and awareness that lies perhaps forever beyond our abilities of technical analysis, quantification, and artificial replication.

The super-sensory faculties of the human mind have been known about and used by diviners the world over since the dawn of civilisation. In medieval Europe divining or 'dowsing' was practised widely, prospecting for minerals and water, and in the healing arts; but during the inquisition and reformation the unfortunate diviners were persecuted as witches and heretics, and after the industrial revolution their skills were largely neglected and abandoned in favour of science and technology, surviving mainly as the principal means of locating groundwater sources.

In the 20th century dowsing practise has experienced something of a renaissance with increasing numbers of skilled and prominent proponents of the art finding a broadening range of applications in 'alternative' medicine, search and rescue, archaeology, and the earth sciences.

Today the usefulness and value of the diviner's art is finding wider public acknowledgement among the scientific and industrial establishment. There is an ever-increasing body of well-documented evidence to support the efficacy of divining, and our own results also prove beyond doubt, that Geodivining is a highly efficient and versatile geo-prospecting method.

Dispelling the mystery…. While the bio-physical and psycho-physical mechanisms at work in the divining process are not scientifically understood, we do know quite a lot about how they work in practice, and the range of geophysical surveying functions to which they can effectively be applied.

We know for instance, that on a basic level, most people can detect a groundwater anomaly using a simple divining rod held in the traditional way. Physical tension increases and the heart's pulse-rate quickens as a person walks over a strong groundwater source, producing an involuntary, and sometimes quite powerful bio-physical response to the underground anomaly.

We also know that with practice and discipline that basic sense can be enhanced and refined by experienced diviners or dowsers who can detect and interpret a wide range of subtle anomalies in their ambient energy field, to extract a great deal of geophysical or other information by entirely remote-sensory means.

This intuitive sensory system can be calibrated, directed, and focussed through mental control.

This in fact is not at all surprising when one realises that in these respects the intuition is literally a sixth sense that shares many similar characteristics with the other five senses.

Most of the time we scarcely notice most of the things we see, hear, touch, taste or smell, and we respond to a normal 'background' environment instinctively, on sensory 'auto-pilot', processing sensory data mostly at a low sub-conscious to semi-conscious level of awareness that controls background noise, peripheral vision, balance, our general sense of comfort and safety, and so on.

Any sensory anomalies like a sudden unexpected noise or movement, an abrupt shift in balance, or a rapid change in temperature, provoke an involuntary and often acute bio-physical response, and the alerted senses move into a much higher level of conscious awareness in which sensory data are processed at a higher rate and in greater analytical detail. The moment a sensory anomaly is brought to our conscious attention, a very fast, intently focussed logical process of recognition, assessment, and action comes into effect producing, in fractions of a second, a compensatory physical or emotional response to the perceived anomaly.

The first response is sub-conscious, the second is conscious.

Of course we also have the ability to use our senses at will, to focus our conscious attention on any aspect of ourselves or of our environment.

All our senses are finely tuned to carry out these essential functions, and our intuition is no exception.

Using the visual analogy, we can recognise things we happen to 'see', and 'look for' a declared target-object or feature until we find it, with the whole cognitive process under logical conscious control.

There is, I believe, only one fundamental difference between intuition and the physical senses, which is that intuition operates at a higher level of awareness, linking consciousness to the super-conscious realm, instead of or as well as the sub-conscious.  Because intuition is so seldom used by 'modern man', however, the link with everyday consciousness is quite tenuous, and often erratic, but if exercised it can become as real and useful as all our other senses.



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