Earth Water Alliance

Universal knowledge and recognition of our oneness provides Soul-utions!


About the Alliance

Earth Water Alliance, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, creates and advances alliances that support our sacred relationship with the Earth. We promote sacred ecology and environmental sustainability throughout the world. Our charitable fund provides clean water and sanitation to under-served populations in an ecologically sustainable way.

Earth Water Alliance is an organization of dowsers, shamans, and intuitives who believe the world will be better served when organizations and people are working together with universal knowledge and recognition of our oneness and interdependence by promoting health in our waters, food, and lives.

Together we can make a difference in the lives of millions.


A Dowsing Review Article

Dowsing can be defined as ‘the art of knowing.’ Dowsing is often used today to detect a wide range of information from medical diagnosis to the location of lost objects and underground water. This review article by The Scientific and Medical Network aims to cover the history of dowsing and the key theories, controversies,...

Tap Water vs. Bottled Water Purity

According to ABC News, most bottled water is nothing more than reprocessed tap water. And, according to the Mayo Clinic, tap and bottled water are comparable in terms of safety (unless you live in a place where the water is known to be contaminated). In fact, tap water is regulated under more stringent standards...

Celebrate Earth Day Every Day

Earth Water Alliance celebrates Earth Day every Day. Learn more about Puerto Rico Water Filter Distribution; Puerto Rico's Sustainable Agriculture Movement; water distribution project on the Navajo Nation at Smith Lake and Baca, New Mexico; flooding at the Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, and Dowsing and Intuition in the Classroom.

House, Senate OK Colorado River drought plan, capping years of debate

Both House and Senate versions of the Colorado River Drought Contingency Plan Authorization Act require that the Interior secretary authorize the water allocation agreement hammered out by the 7 basin states. That deal is designed to prevent a potential water crisis and settle disputes over who gives up water if the river reaches a...

British Society of Dowsers Spring Symposium

The British Society of Dowsers has announced that their 2019 Spring Symposium will be held on April 6th and 7th at St John’s Campus, University of Worcester, England. The Symposium provides practical experience for attendees with workshops following a half day format including a half hour break midway.  They offer a choice of eight workshops over...

What’s happening with the Colorado River Drought plans?

‘Done’ isn’t done: What’s happening with the Colorado River drought plans? by Luke Runyon and Bret Jaspers of KJZZ, published 7 February 2019 “The seven states that rely on the Colorado River for water haven’t been able to finish a series of agreements that would keep its biggest reservoirs, Lake Mead and Lake Powell,...

Snowpack in trouble across the West and around the globe

Snowpack in trouble across the West and around the globe, reseachers say by Tony Davis, Arizona Daily Star, published 18 December 2018, updated 22 December 2018 “From the Colorado Rockies to the Tibetan Plateau to the Greenland Sea, snowpack that provides billions of people with drinking water is suffering long-term declines, researchers said at...

Meet the Team

Amy Loomis


Amelia “Amy” Loomis, MSW, CCHt is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, trainer, consultant, writer and grants consultant, program developer and administrator, and former school and clinical social worker. She completed her Masters in Social Welfare at UC Berkeley and continued training in the Science of Intuition, Shamanism, QiGong, Imagery in Medicine, PSYCH-K, Reconnective Healing, and Addiction, Recovery and Spirituality. She teaches precision intuition methods including consciousness dowsing, collaborative decision making, mindfulness guidance, ideomotor knowing, and soul scar transformation (LodeStar Transformations).

Dreama Brower


Dreama Brower, MSA, C.P.A. Dreama was first introduced to dowsing as a child when she watched a Dowser locate water. As an adult, she was reintroduced to the art of divining and now uses it in most aspects of her life. She believes water is one of our most precious resources and we have the power to combat poverty and social injustice through the availability of adequate, clean water supplies. Dreama has been an Officer and Board Member of several profitable renewable energy businesses and non-profit organizations. She is excited about this opportunity to build a network dedicated to promoting consciousness dowsing and advancing environmental sustainability in recognition of our global interdependence.

Steve Herbert


Steve Herbert is a geologist, transpersonal anthropologist, international dowser and development worker, and writer. His dowsing specialties are water, earth energies, and agriculture. Steve teaches basic, advanced, and water dowsing courses. He has been to Latin America and the Navajo Nation to teach dowsing and permaculture as well as promote water resources development. Sponsors have included the U.S. Partners of the Americas, ASD, the Rita Marley Foundation, and Earth Water Alliance. He served in the U.S. Peace Corps as an Agroforestry Extension Agent. Steve was honored with the ASD Dowser of the Year award in 2002.

Bill Getz

Well Water Consultant

Bill Getz has been water dowsing since he was a young child. He has a Bachelors in Industrial Design from The Ohio State University, a Masters in Educational Communications from the University at Albany. He retired from NY State as a Director of Staff Development. He pursued a 35 year study of the Edgar Cayce Readings, is a member of the Mohawk-Hudson Dowsers and the American Society of Dowsers. Bill has taught Water Dowsing courses and workshops, has inspired funding of 14 wells in India, and has successfully dowsed over 2,000 wells in his dowsing career.

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