About Us

The Gateway Society of Dowsers (GSD)
is dedicated to the understanding and
dissemination of dowsing and its practice.

We are a not for profit organization that promotes the education and knowledge of the ancient art/science of “Dowsing” in its many forms, including:

* Dowsing for water, minerals, ley lines, and ancient ruins.

* Locating/searching for lost or stolen goods, missing persons, and answers to personal inquiries.

* Promoting good health through identifying allergies, determining supplements such as vitamins and minerals and locating sources of disease.

* Expanding the understanding and development of the power of the mind and spirit.

Membership is open to anyone who has an inquiring mind,
will share their growth experiences, and is willing to hear and investigate
the experiences of others . . . . . Donations are gratefully appreciated!

4 Responses to About Us

  1. Lucy says:

    Hi Gang, it’s been a long time since I’ve been to a meeting due to my working on Saturday. I have a dowsing delimma for you. I have a friend who lives in Atlanta who owns a townhouse that has had 4 different floods from weird sources. The seal from the washer broke, tree roots in the plumbing, neighbors house with shared wall had a water main break, and a flooded back yard due to a creek that runs behind the house. All these water events happened in the same part of the townhouse over a period of several years. When i visited, the first things I noticed was “bad” energy on that shared wall in her living room Any suggestions? She’s had to replace her wood floor, carpeting, etc. Something weird going on there. I feel it might be the creek used to come through there and was “redirected?” She’d like to overcome the water issue.

  2. rashi kaul says:

    just curious to understand and learn the correct way of dowsing ,,,help and information will be appreciated

    • admin says:

      The best way to learn would be for you to come to our monthly meetings. If you’re not in St. Louis, you may want to go to http://www.lettertorobin.org/Home.html and download the Letter to Robin by Walt Woods. It is consider the primer for all dowsers. It’ll give you a good foundation.

      • Chris Marlow says:

        I’m in Perry County, Illinois, feature writer for local weekly newspaper (Pinckneyville Press). Writing an article on graves moved from coal mine lands to church grounds back in the 70’s, noted dowsers were used to find graves. Hope to contact dowser in our area for interview. Thought it would make an excellent sidebar piece to run alongside. Can you make a referral?
        Chris Marlow 618 357 1342 cell

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