Welcome to Trencrom Dowsers

Welcome to the website of Trencrom Dowsers, based in wild and beautiful West Penwith, Cornwall.

Sadly, due to Coronavirus, our normal events have had to be cancelled. However, the GOOD NEWS is that – with Devon Dowsers and Tamar Dowsers – we now have monthly Zoom presentations featuring well-known dowsers.


Health and Well-being

Earth Energies


We are affiliated to the British Society of Dowsers and our focus is on the core dowsing applications: Archaeology, Earth Energies, Health and Well-Being, Water.

New members and guests are always welcome.  Click on Future Events for full details of our programme. In the various archives beneath you can see details of what we’ve already been up to at past events!

Our activities include a series of fascinating talks and presentations by excellent speakers and trips to interesting places with plenty of good dowsing opportunities.

Looking forward to seeing you, whether a member or a visitor. Please look at the Future Events page, to see current items relevant to the group.

The group is named after Trencrom Hill, where Hamish Miller’s Athena energy current passes through, on its way to many significant sacred sites around the world. The Dance of the Dragon was an amazing dowsing journey undertaken by Hamish, Paul Broadhurst and their partners, Vivienne and Ba.  Over a period of many years, the Athena and Apollo energy currents were followed as far as Mount Carmel in Israel. (Sadly the book is now out of print but the maps are still available from www.penwithpress.co.uk)

At the beginning of May each year we celebrate International Dowsing Day . In 2020 Covid 19 meant that we were unable to celebrate as normal but instead we invited people to join us in their ‘special places’ and welcomed dowsers from all over the UK, Australia and America.

Our celebration usually ends with a visit to Carn Lês Boel, the beautiful headland near Land’s End, (the first/last node point of the “Sun and the Serpent” Michael and Mary energy currents).

Dowsing Courses

in West Cornwall