Lyndonville, VT, May 04, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Terrifying predictions are flying about the United States water supply as well as global supplies. According to the UK's Guardian Publication, NASA scientists predict California only has 1 year supply of water left. Water rationing and drought for Midwest farmers mean dwindling food supplies and higher costs nationwide. The biggest use of water in the U.S. today is agriculture and farming, not long personal showers.
We all can develop the skills and techniques necessary to find the water you need to ensure the safety of your family, your business, your neighbors and our community. Become a dowser. Dowsers are more than individuals with forked sticks, flannel shirts and suspenders. They are found in every socio-economic group, in every culture. The founding fathers of The American Society of Dowsers, Inc. joined together in 1961 to foster the development of dowsing for usable water supplies. Although the skills and practices of dowsing have spread far beyond locating water, it is still the location of water that is the foundation of dowsing in the United States today.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn from individuals who have located thousands of wells and water veins. At ASD's 55th National Convention/ Exposition, open to all, a Water Dowsing School is being offered on June 3 and 4, 2015 at Lyndon State College, Lyndonville, VT. It is two full days taught by master water dowsers from all over the country. (dowsers.org)
The American Society of Dowsers, Inc., was founded to promote the research and education of dowsing. Founded in Danville, VT in 1961, ASD now encompasses a network of nationwide chapters and is part of an worldwide community of dowsers. Each year several hundred individuals and members gather to exchange ideas and to enhance their skills. Visit www.dowsers.org to learn more about ASD and to register for either a Basic and/or a specialized Water Dowsing School June 3-4, 2015.