Invitation and Reminder Dowsers Calgary Meeting

Calgary Dowsers

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August 11, 2010

Dowsing Lesson, Practice Session and Communication

6:30 pm – 7:00 pm

then our

Presentation begins promptly at 7:00

Members $5.00   Guests $8.00

Location:  Spruce Cliff Community Center – 608 Poplar Road SW

Bow Trail to the 33rd St – Spruce Drive traffic lights, then north on Spruce Drive to the Spruce Cliff Shopping Center and the Community Hall is at the SW corner.

Please bring a guest!

Wednesday, August 11 – Siegfried Lipp, Dipl. Ing. B.Eng., on Dowsing for Health.

Due to the changed environment he noticed the high stress in the Frankfurt area and the ways it affected his well-being. The opportunity to be trained as a master dowser by the best radiesthologist in Germany gave him the expert knowledge in:

Dowsing for health

Radionik (remote treatment)

Building Biology: electromagnetic protection

Geomancy: geological-structural influences in nature


Solving irradiation problems: Earth rays, Celestial rays affecting sleep

Siegfried is currently working with medical doctors and health specialists to inspect and correct accommodations of clients to make sure the treatment will lead to the accelerated recovery of the patient.

Additional applications are requested for the workmens compensation organization, commercial firms or private persons to test for and subsequently remove all health-damaging terrestrial radiation.

Presentation to the Calgary Dowsers Club will cover these topics:

Celestial and earth rays as transmitters for life energy

Effects of artificial electromagnetic radiation in our immediate personal environment

How to dowse the results of this radiation in the body of the occupant

How to look for appearance of this radiation in the surrounding nature

How to clear the immediate environment of negative radiation (earthrays, cell phones, etc.)

Physical influences due to spiritual effects from the innermost conscious mind.

What does the Cabbala (the Hebraic analysis technique of the Old Testament) indicate solutions for the health of the individual.

Remember: MARK YOUR CALENDERS!!!!! We always meet on the second Wednesday of every month.

Wednesday, September 8

Roger Joyeux, author of The Story of Light.

Pluto and the Plutoids—It’s a Rock Band!

As a prelude to the Calgary Dowsers Road Trip to the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory, Roger Joyeux will be presenting on related inter-planetary topics from his new book, The Story of Light, Through Heaven’s Gate.  Because the observatory is speaking on planets orbiting distant stars, as well as, viewing Jupiter and Uranus, Roger will explain how Jupiter and Uranus work to bring divine light into our Solar System.  He will also explain the light transfer functions of Pluto and the Plutoids of the Kuiper Belt at the edge of our Solar System.  Designed to take your mind far out!

In lieu of this presentation, Roger is posting an audio reading excerpt from his book on Uranus on his audio page at

For Roger’s bio and book info go to

Friday, September 17 – ROAD TRIP to the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory

Join us for a fascinating evening at the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory. A University of Calgary research facility; the observatory has been the centre for astronomical research in Southern Alberta for the
past forty years. On Friday, September 17, we will start with a presentation in the Interpretive Centre by Jennifer Howse, Education Specialist at the Observatory.

She will be speaking on Blackfoot Astronomy and history of astronomical activity in foothills of Alberta. Then an exploration of new research, specifically searching for planets orbiting distant stars. We will then tour the telescopes and the observatory.

Weather permitting we will observe the night sky with the large telescopes. In the sky on this evening are Jupiter and Uranus.

Program begins at 7:00 pm.  Sunset 7:45, observing by 8:15, waxing moon, viewing Uranus, Jupiter this includes a presentation in our the interpretive centre, tour of the telescopes and observing (weather permitting).

Then for those who are brave and curious, we can hang out a bit longer and try watching out for UFO’s.  This would be a prime spot as it is dark and high on a hill. You will need to dress very warm, bring a small flashlight, a lawn chair or sleeping bag, your own binoculars and a lot of patience as it takes time to spot a UFO!

MEMBERS of the Canadian Society of Questers, (we are a Chapter) will have this evening gifted to them by your local Chapter (the Calgary Dowsers).  Value $20.00 !!!!  Non- members must pay $20.00 to attend this evening.  Membership is only $30.00 per year.  Obviously this is the opportune time to buy or update your annual membership.

There is limited space available so please get your space reserved as soon as possible.  Memberships and tickets for the evening of September 17 will be available at the August and September meetings.

We need to car pool, and there will be a sign-up sheet for those who will drive and for those who need a ride.

We leave Calgary at 5:45.  It is approximately a ¾ to one-hour drive to the Observatory.   Gathering place is at the Spruce Cliff Community Centre. Once you are assigned to your driver, you and your driver must make your own arrangements.  For instance, if you want to stay late and your driver wants to leave early you must make other arrangements.

Attached are few pictures to raise your curiosity!
“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science.”
-Albert Einstein

Feel free to share and pass on this information.  New members and guests are always welcome at our monthly meetings!

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Looking for presenters/speakers for October and November. Suggestions?  Please call me.

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Need more information about Dowsers Calgary

Call:  Merope, Chairperson at 403-217-2702 Or email me

Below is some recent feedback about past meetings and ‘doings’ of  our members.  Dowsers doing good!

Dear Merope,

I thought to let you know that our last meeting on past Wednesday was very good. It had depth. Thanks to you and all who came.   Love and light,           Inge

Hi Merope

This is a THANK YOU email to confirm the good you do.

I attended a meeting about a year ago.  Primarily to help a friend who had lost a very expensive, very large emerald ring surrounded by good sized diamonds.

At the end of the meeting, I spoke with you and you recommended that I speak with a certain gentleman, who was talking with another man.  I cannot remember their names now.

What I do remember is that the man in question said that he/they thought that her ring was in her bathroom, and recommended how she could go from room to room and be GUIDED to finding it.  I think I’m remembering a pendulum?

I told Betty what this man/men told me, that the ring was in the bathroom.

She did not believe me, and treated me with disbelief.  She said she had looked thru everything in her house and bathroom several times.  Betty treated me like I was a bit weird.

Yet, more than a year later, at a luncheon yesterday, she was wearing the ring.  She’d found it six months ago IN HER BATHROOM – just as the ‘man/men’ had said. It was in the towel closet – where she thinks it had slipped off as she was rearranging her towels.

Sitting right next to her at the luncheon was another gal, who on hearing Betty’s story, shared that she too had lost a ring, had gone to a psychic, who told her that her ring was in a kitchen in their apt. in San Francisco.  Where she later did find it.

I am also a ‘healer’ – and Betty has also been helped miraculously by my instructor, avoiding an operation.

Now, Betty doesn’t think that I am – or the dowser’s society is ‘weird.’   In fact, she asked me to forward ‘Thanks’ – to whoever that wonderful man was, and his friend – and your organization.

I’m sorry I cannot remember the wonderful man’s name.  He was tall and maybe around 50ish.

Also, this has been wonderful for me.  Now, I too am a believer.

Many thanks – sorry I can’t be more specific.

Sincerely, Best Wishes, Namaste  – Charlotte Rich