Education Resources recommended by members and friends:
Dowsing and Remote Viewing – interview of Paul H. Smith, PhD (president of the International Remote Viewing Association) by Jeffrey Mishlove, PhD (host of New Thinking Allowed) on Aug 4, 2016
The Science Behind Technical Dowsing – by Remote Viewing Products published Aug 21, 2009
How Does Dowsing Work – a scientific perspective on Dowsing and quantum entanglement published May 22, 20
Hado Water Crystals – full documentary about Dr Masaru Emoto’s research published Dec 31, 2017 by documentary channel
Awaken the Dowsing Spirit – Susan Collins’ Keynote speech at West Coast Dowsing Conference 2016 published Jul 16, 2016
How to Find Water with Dowsing – demonstration by Marty Cain published by MonkeySee Jul 14, 2009
Pendulum Lessons with Amy Scott Grant.
Water Memory (2014 Documentary about Nobel Prize laureate Luc Montagnier) – Water is the key element of life, but this element that we thought we knew well may have unexpected properties and might play a role greater than we could imagine in our tree of life.
Revolutionary New Discoveries about Water! – interview with David Sereda. Following up on the groundbreaking work of Masaru Emoto, Sereda exposed water to the sounds of the sun, and the water crystals changed to a beatific shape.
Permaculture and the Sacred: A Conversation with Starhawk at Harvard Divinity School on March 7, 2013, about how earth-based spirituality can inform and empower efforts to build sustainable communities and societies.
Intro to Permaculture Design Course – a free, online permaculture course offered by Oregon State University, you will learn about the process, ethics and principles of permaculture design while diving into climate-specific design elements through interactive technology, videos, graphics, and readings. The course is designed to benefit everyone regardless of your learning style, time commitments or available technology.
SPEI Global Drought Monitor offers near real-time information about drought conditions on a global scale.
U.S. Drought Monitor a weekly map of drought conditions.
U.S. Geological Survey provides real-time data on current conditions and earth observations including earthquakes, water, remote sensing & landsat, volcanoes, and landslides.
WaterWatch displays maps, graphs, data, and tables describing real-time, recent, and past streamflow conditions for the United States.