Sandee Mac, the president of the American Society of Dowsers, joins us as we continue our exploration of the art and science of dowsing. For over 30 years, Sandee Mac has used this amazing tool to help people connect with their deepest insight to facilitate change in their lives. In this segment, she discusses the excitement and challenges of providing leadership for an ancient practice that is desperately needed today.
The American Society of Dowsers is a non-profit corporation founded in Vermont in 1961. Their mission is to disseminate knowledge, provide training and research, and teach the requisite skills to become a dowser. Sandee Mac discusses dowsing as an important calling, addressing the urgent need for people to open up and receive its treasures.
Dowsing can be used to locate water, lost objects and people, and answer literally any question. Adults and children alike can use it as a guide during emergency situations where the best decisions and actions may be unclear.
Since interviewing the late Bill Cox, a professional dowser who replenished Lake Elsinore with his mentor Vern Cameron, its rainmaking time has been deeply interested in dowsing. Our interviews with the wise and indelible Raymon Grace – among our most popular and well-received segments – offer further illumination into the potential applications of this ancient skill. Recent guest Bill Northern introduced us to dowsing as a tool for animal communication. If you enjoyed those shows, you’re in for a treat!
California and other locations of the world are experiencing formidable conditions of drought. Spreading knowledge about dowsing applications can enable the world to face them – and win. Join us with Sandee Mac and learn how dowsing can help us meet the greatest challenges we have ever faced.
This show is dedicated to all dowsers: those who have lived before, who are here now, and who will be here in the future to help humankind and the plant, mineral, and animal kingdoms.