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Learn to Dowse With the Pendulum - Workshop

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When:

  • Sat 8 Oct ’11, 2:00pm – 5:00pm

Where:

The Aetherius Society, 269 Hinemoa Street, Birkenhead

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $50.00
  • Students/beneficiaries: $30.00

A great tool for health diagnosis and intuitive guidance

Learn how to develop your intuitive powers with the radionic pendulum at this workshop. The ability to dowse is inherent within all of us – it is not a gift reserved for the few! Since time immemorial man has used simple tools such as the pendulum and dowsing rods to give physical manifestations of intuitive promptings. This ability is as relevant today as when it was discovered. Dowsing is used commercially to dispense with expensive and time-consuming physical investigations. You can use it too in many different ways for your own benefit and to help others.

In this workshop, you will learn how to make the radionic pendulum work for you, and then use it in a variety of ways related to health and healing. You will learn to diagnose vitamin and mineral requirements, find out which foods suit you best, tap your intuitive and psychic powers, use it as a diagnostic aid for alternative therapies and much more.

The pendulum is so simple, yet so versatile. Come to this workshop and open a new world of discovery.

Recommended for those who have not used the pendulum before, but wish to do so. Those interested in the field of psychic development in general will also find it beneficial. Because the pendulum is highly effective for healing, dietary and nutritional diagnosis, practitioners of the healing arts are also recommended to attend.

Presented by Frank McManus.

Deposit: $10

Bookings: Phone (09) 418 1170 or email info@aetherius.org.nz

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