Future Events

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.

Our venue for inside events is Marazion Community Centre (TR17 0HW), in Gwallon Lane, Marazion. Gwallon Lane is opposite the Fire Engine Inn (on the coastal side of the main street in the Marazion to Helston direction) and there is a signpost for the surgery, which is next door to the hall. Plenty of free parking. 

Unless otherwise stated, talks/presentations normally start at 2pm on Saturdays, with tea and biscuits and discussions plus question and answer sessions at the end of the afternoon.

If you are attending an outside event organised by Trencrom Dowsers, you are deeming yourself fit to cope with the physical activity. Field trips may at times involve substantial distances on uneven and slippery ground. Please wear appropriate footwear and clothing.  

PLEASE NOTE: The areas that we love to visit are also loved by ticks! Cornwall Wildlife Trust has advised us to be aware of this. There is plenty of helpful information here.

For further details of events please contact Jill Moss on 01736 740093 or email: mossinthewoods@btopenworld.com

Adventures in Water Dowsing

Aaron Bray

March 7th 2:00pm
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Member of Devon Dowsers, Tamar Dowsers and Guernsey Dowsers at various times, Aaron Bray has gained a high profile and acquired a great deal of experience as a water dowser.

For some years, he was Chair of the Water Special Interest Group of the British Society of Dowsers, and remains a member of the BSD.

Originally from Cornwall, Aaron has lived and worked in various parts of the UK, was part of his family’s water services’ company based in Plymouth, where his dowsing was used on a commercial basis, and worked in Scotland and the Channel Islands.

Now back in our area, and currently the Estates Manager of a major west country organisation, it will be really good to hear his stories of the life and times of a dowser specialising in hydrology in the 21st Century.

This talk will also cover some of his wider dowsing interests – and touch on the exploits of some of his highly regarded colleagues – although at heart he remains a water dowser.

Experiences of Dowsing Ancient Churches

John Moss

March 28th 2:00pm
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John was a founder member, Programme Secretary and Chairman of South Herefordshire Dowsers. He joined The British Society of Dowsers (BSD) in 1997 and in 2003 became a member of the Society’s Register of Professional Dowsers, specialising in Earth Energies and house clearing, and was accepted as a Registered Tutor. (The Registered Tutor scheme was discontinued in January 2018). In addition, he spent 9 years from 1999 as a qualified Holistic Massage therapist.

In 2004 he started career number three running the business operation of the BSD as Director, before retiring at the end of 2012.

Since 2003 John has run courses and workshops in various parts of the UK, and guided tours of ancient sites in Cornwall. John and Jill founded Trencrom Dowsers in 2011. He is also a member of the UK’s Geomancy Group, is Chair of CASPN (Cornish Ancient Sites Protection Network: www.cornishancientsites.com and Vice-Chair of Penwith Landscape Partnership: www.penwithlandscape.com which has dowsing among its 13 separate projects.

John has always been fascinated by ancient churches and during his dowsing over the last 20+ years has often included them in his explorations. In this illustrated talk he will describe some of his findings, experiences and conclusions in a few of his favourite churches.


Fountain International

Suzanne Thomas

April 11th 2:00pm
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Dowsing for Health

Susan Collins

April 25th 2:00pm
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Earth Energies at stone circles and their manifestation

Maria Wheatley

May 16th 2:00pm
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Living the Evolutionary Power of Unity

Jude Currivan

June 6th 7:00pm
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Dr Jude Currivan is a cosmologist, planetary healer, futurist, international best-selling author, most recently of The Cosmic Hologram and previously one of the UK’s most senior international business women. She has a Master’s degree specialising in cosmology and quantum physics, and a PhD in archaeology researching ancient cosmologies. Experiencing life-long multidimensional realities and working with wisdom keepers of many traditions, her work integrates leading-edge science, consciousness research, and universal wisdom teachings. She is a member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle (www.evolutionaryleaders.net) and co-founder of WholeWorld-View serving the understanding, experiencing and embodying of unity consciousness and aiming to empower transformational change.

Websites: www.wholeworldview.org     www.judecurrivan.com

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This participative and experiential session with Dr Jude Currivan will explore how from its beginning 13.8 billion years ago, not in the implied chaos of the big bang but as an exquisitely ordered and continuing Big Breath, leading edge science is converging with universal wisdom teachings to reveal that our Universe exists and evolves as a unified entity. It does so as a great thought, with mind and consciousness not something we have, but we and the whole world are.

Ever-increasing evidence is showing that each of us is a co-creative microcosm of our Universe’s innate and evolutionary intelligence – and with every thought, emotion, word and action, we contribute to the co-creation of the whole world.

We will also explore and experience how, individually and as a species, the universal impulse to evolve is now inviting us, rather than continuing to play out the ‘illusion’ of separation, to understand, experience and embody the awareness of such unity expressed through diversity. And attune with how individually and collectively we can enter into the lived adventure of multi-dimensional and ever-expanding and evolutionary relationship with our planetary home, Gaia and the entire Cosmos.

Coming Soon: Dowsing at Bosullow Trehyllys

Details to be confirmed

Near Chûn, this is a courtyard settlement, second only to Chysauster despite not being excavated. Details to follow.

Coming Soon: Dowsing for Beginners

John Moss

Details to be confirmed

A one-day workshop. Friendly, informal and fun but an excellent grounding in basic dowsing. Limited to a small group.

Coming Soon: Plen an Gwarry

Details to be confirmed

Something different!   We’ve been thinking about dowsing the Plen, an ancient “Playing Place” in the centre of St Just, for several years.  And not just because it’s close to the “Dog and Rabbit” for cakey tea!   Details to follow.

Coming Soon: Seeing is believing

Don Bryan

Details to be confirmed

Don, a guide at Stonehenge and Chair of Hampshire Archaeology Dowsers will be coming down to give us a talk today. He will explain how archaeological dowsing on a wide range of sites can be backed up by either geophysical survey and/or excavation. This process is slowly being recognised by archaeological experts, especially when reports are completed on our work. Several examples of such work will be included in this presentation.

Coming Soon: Trip to Treryn Dinas (Treen)

Details to be confirmed

This impressive Iron Age cliff fort is between Porthcurno and Penberth and is well worth a visit. Details to follow.

Coming Soon: Dowsing at Bosiliack Barrow

Details to be confirmed

On the moorland north of Lanyon Quoit, the chamber is directly aligned to midwinter sunrise. The settlement consisted of ten round houses. Details to follow.

Coming Soon: Dowsing at Roundwood Quay

Details to be confirmed

Dowsing at Roundwood Quay on the Fal. Late Iron Age fort. Details to follow.