Dowsing for Medieval Church - Santon Thetford Forest.

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Dowsing for Medieval Church - Santon Thetford Forest.

Postby Stephen KA Dawson » Mon Feb 29, 2016 11:24 am

The foundations of the previous church were still in place and were easy enough to follow using an old diving compass.
This was a good & practical dowsing location and an excellent start-up project for our new dowsers.

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Re: Dowsing for Medieval Church - Santon Thetford Forest.

Postby mike » Thu Mar 17, 2016 7:16 pm

If you get Santon Downham on Google Earth look to the left/west of the village green eye shape to the top corner where Marks Lane runs past.Find the last house and to its left/west is a clearing in the trees, this position has graves and foundations that could have been once the old Church.Not only that it has a powerful Sacred Site dating in my opinion to 3000 years ago, and might have been a very early place of worship from those ancient times. The Earth force here is clockwise with Leys from the North and East crossing the country in this clearing, a wonderful place of light and love. Hope this helps.
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