Dowsing Society of Victoria – Newsletter No.122
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I was having a discussion about life and particularly, the way life is now playing out with a good friend. She said to me, what if our soul wants us to die now. The thought took me so by surprise that I was speechless! She asked me if I was okay. I said that I […]
Summer Solstice Sun at Stonehenge The year moves swiftly! It is time to honor the longest day of the Sun. Summer Solstice 2019 in Northern Hemisphere will be at 9:54 a.m. on Friday June 21, Mountain Time. How will you celebrate the longest day? The summer solstice is associated with change, fresh starts, and with […]
Several years ago, one of my friends sent me the coolest story of a duck trusting her instincts and going to a policeman for help to save her babies. This Mother is a shining example of faith, of extreme love for her young, of the way Nature is changing with all of her children, and […]
One of the speakers at the Spring Conference was Michael Horn, who spoke about the prophecies of Billy Meier. The presentation was so thought provoking that I looked up information on Billy Meier and his prophecies. Here is some information that you can follow up on. Main page – http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/Main_Page Billy and his work – […]
A while ago, one of my friends sent me the following story in an email. The story moved me so much, and made me also think about all the clients that I have worked with over the years who live their life based on “when” and ‘if”. These folks miss so much because they are […]
Hierochloe odorata – Sweet grass at Chief Whitecap Park, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada by SriMesh, used with permission under GNU Free Documentation License Sweetgrass is a very aromatic grass – some call it herb – that grows in Europe and parts of North America. Our Ancestors believed that the Sweetgrass plant was the first plant to […]
-Article from the Red Deer Advocate on Saturday, May 4, 2019 Hello Questers! The Canadian Society of Questers spring conference was featured in the Red Deer Advocate paper on Saturday, May 4, 2019. Sean McIntosh interviewed our president, Jacquelyn Rose on Friday, and snapped a picture of Jacqui with our Conference Page Manager and Web […]
Magpies are very resourceful birds with a reputation for stealing anything that is not nailed down, especially if it is shiny. Because of their characteristic of liking valuable baubles and for having picked up gold nuggets and coins, our Ancestors believed that several magpies around your house or yard, or around where you were working, […]
The spring conference is days away. Here is the schedule of all the events. If you want to do a drop in, check the Spring Conference page for drop in tickets and all pricing for aspects of the conference. Click on https://questers.ca/conferences/spring-conference/. The tickets are listed at the bottom of the page.
“Big Rock In The Sun” Photo by Judith Hirst, July 2008 This picture is of a “glacial erratic” and it is located south of Calgary, Alberta, five miles west of Highway 2A, on Highway 7. This chunk of rock is the only huge rock of its kind in the area. It is made up […]
Check out the information on the Questers Spring Conference in Red Deer Alberta at https://questers.ca/conferences/spring-conference/. A Curry, You Say? I have friends that swear by the power of curry to cure what ever ails a person. When I was feeling the after effects of the flu and then a cold, they urged me to have […]
At the 2018 Fall Conference in 100 Mile House British Columbia, one of the speakers was Joe Amaral Joe is a full time Healing Facilitator at Body Connection in Williams Lake, B.C. https://www.facebook.com/bodyconnectionbyjoe/ Joe talked about the benefits of Blackstrap molasses and why we should eat a tablespoonful everyday. I tried his recommendation, and, I […]
A good read is Whispers From the Woods by Sandra Kynes (Lewellyn Worldwide, Woodbury, MN www.llewellyn.com). The description of one of the trees really struck a me with a moment of AHA! All over Canada, it seems that juniper bushes get planted in front of the house or behind the house or in the yard. […]
UFOs, Project Blue Book, and 2019 Sightings Many Questers have a keen interest in UFOs, because, after all, so much of it is not explained, and there are so many stories about individuals who have had a “UFO experience”. Now, there is a new TV show on the History Channel called, “Project Blue Book”, that […]
The Canadian Society of Questers Spring Conference Drawing the Future Towards Us May 3, 4, and 5th 2019 Red Deer Baymont Hotel – Conference Center 4311 49th Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada T4N 5Y7 Hotel 1-800-661-1657 “Our keynote speaker for the spring conference is Michael Horn who is the North American representative for the famed […]
Send your ideas for blog postings and your comments about different blogs to Judith at [email protected], and I will post them on the blog. Picture from Wild Horses of Alberta Society When I was born, my Dad was still using horses to pull the hay rake, haul the rack of bales to the barn, and […]
Spring Conference – save the dates for Friday to Sunday, May 3, 4, and 5, 2019 for the Quester’s Spring Conference in beautiful Red Deer, Alberta. Watch the website – https://questers.ca/ for more details. How To Stay Afloat Have you ever had that “sinking” feeling? I mean that feeling that everything is going awry and […]
Full moon time for our ancestors was a time for honoring the power of the moon and for setting intentions for the next 30 days. Here is a schedule of all of the full moon dates for 2019 so that you can plan for setting your intentions! Full Moon Year Date Time Day Wolf Moon […]
Maria and Pablo lived in a tiny village in Mexico. Because Christmastime at their house did not include many gifts, Maria and Pablo looked forward to the Christmas festivities at the village church with great joy and anticipation. To honor the birth of Christ, the church displayed a beautiful manger that drew crowds of admirers. […]