Dowsing the Wyrd Web in Moravia by G. Michael Vasey “Dowsing earth energies has made me finally understand that truly everything is connected. Not just spatially, but through time as well. It has also made me realise that consciousness is everything and whatever that is, it impacts the world around us in ways you simply cannotContinue reading “New book – Dowsing the Wyrd Web in Moravia”
Sometimes, it seems as if there should be a node in a certain location and yet it isnt. Instead, it is a few meters away. This invites the potential for repairing the node – something I had never attempted until recently….
As I worked with the Earth energies around Kromeriz and beyond this week, I became a little despondent. What had began as a task I set myself 18 months ago to map the Templar alignment across the Czech Republic had become a task of massive magnitude – much bigger than my expectations – which IContinue reading “Earth Magic”
When people think of dragons and serpents, they probably think of St. George or St. Michael lancing one right in the mouth. If they have an esoteric bent then they will mostly likely wonder about how christianity turned something symbolising wisdom into something so evil it need to be lanced in the mouth…… Me? IContinue reading “There be Dragons….”
A couple of months back, I was dowsing further west in Moravia, and on the drive home, I saw an intriguing church set against some hills. I had some time, so I went to investigate. That afternoon, I discovered a Moravian village by the name of Pustiměř (pronounced something like poostime-erz). I had no knowledgeContinue reading “Slavic Churches, Castles, Wells and Earth Energies”
Czech magician, Franz (Frantisek) Bardon, had an approach that was holistic in terms of living a magical life. Unfortunately, I’m a mere mortal and often get sucked back into the humdrum everyday of the matrix and I forget to live the magical life that I would like to. But, going forward, I am renewing my efforts toContinue reading “Living A Magical Life”
The area north and east of Brno is formed by the Moravia karst â€“ a limestone landscape and natural park of considerable beauty and natural Earth energies. Last weekend, I went to the tiny hamlet of HolÅ¡tejn – a remote village at the end of a dead end road in the middle of nowhere aboutContinue reading “A Trip to HolÅ¡tejn”