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Chapters

The Canadian Society of Questers presently has chapters in Calgary, Edmonton, New Westminster, Okanagan – Central, Okanagan – North, Qualicum,  Vancouver and smaller groups in 100 Mile House, BC . Members are located all throughout Western Canada and the world.

Meeting content varies from full-length presentations to practical evenings, with the norm being a partial presentation, followed by practical hands-on instruction in dowsing or on the subject being discussed.

Popular Topics

The following list of topics is but a small sample of the range of interest:

  • locate underground water, oil, minerals
  • find lost articles, missing persons
  • locate archaeological sites
  • locate geopathic zones and radiation
  • test foods for purity, quality, and nutritional value
  • choose the most suitable soil for plants
  • dowse our auras and health
  • find items remotely, or by using a map

To see more information about each of the chapters and the events that they are holding, please click on their link below:

Meetings: every 2nd Tuesday of the month

Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, meeting starts at 7:00 p

Location: Vancouver Maritime Museum,1905 Ogden Ave.
Vancouver (close to planetarium)  See map.
Located at the north end of Chestnut Street, just west of the Planetarium, on the water in the  Kitsilano area.

Pay parking is in effect in the Museum parking lot a limited number of passes are provided to members for the evening on a first come first-served basis. (Beware pay parking is enforced at the Planetarium.) You are encouraged to network and bring any literature and business cards relating to products or services that are of interest to the metaphysical community.

Enter using the south-side door of the Museum.

Admission: $10

Please refrain from wearing any strong fragrance or perfume.

Enquiries: Gordi 604-773-7706

Events

Tuesday, Jan. 8th, 2019  ~ Labyrinth Talk

(A St. Paul’s Labyrinth Guild member will tell us the history of labyrinths, and how to
  walk one. Walking meditations allow us to achieve a calm, grounded state of being.)

Tuesday, Feb. 12th, 2019  ~ Tim Stephens’ 2019 Astrological Predictions
(Astrologer, Tim Stephens, will explain to us what to expect in 2019 in Canada, and
  beyond; as well as for the 12 zodiac sun sign horoscopes.)

               

 

[To Set up a Chapter in a New Area

Requirements

  • There must be 6 members to start a chapter
  • There needs to be a chairman and a secretary/treasurer
  • Send in an annual report

Meeting details are totally up to the chapter so they decided where and when to meet, how meetings are conducted, setting fees for members and nonmembers to attend, topics, speakers, etc.  CSQ offers a $50 to cover admin costs involved in getting the chapter started.

Download Application form