Saturday, March 24, 2018

Part I Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Stonewall Jackson State Park West Virginia

Last week I took a trip to see and survey the stone mounds at Stonewall Jackson State Park in West Virginia and Ohiopyle State Park in Pennsylvania. It was part of my ongoing research effort for upcoming my book Early Woodland (Adena and Middlesex) Ceremonial Sites, due out in 2019. 

My interest about these places was piqued a few months back when I read an article THE CONTINUING "STONE MOUND PROBLEM": IDENTIFYING AND INTERPRETING THE AMBIGUOUS ROCK PILES OF THE UPPER OHIO VALLEY. It told of the noble effort to get the stone mounds on Bear Knob in West Virginia on the National Register of Historic Places. Within it was a mention of Ohiopyle State Park as well as Stonewall Jackson State Park. It was the picture of a stone mound at Ohiopyle in the article, which I saw a few days ago, that piqued my interest.

I got a call that I could see the mounds this past Tuesday so I jumped at the chance. But before going there I was to stop at Stonewall Jackson State Park.

Stonewall Jackson State Park, West Virginia

Stonewall has several trails dedicated to stone mounds. One of them is named the Cairns Trails.

Here is a press release on the cairns trail, New Cairns Trail Links Past with Present at Stonewall Resort.

Kudo's to the state of West Virginia for preserving the stone cairns and building trails for people to see and experience them. Well Done! 

The Cairns Trail
Let me begin by saying that there is more to the Cairns Trail that meets the eye. Specifically, the vibe is positive to very positive in the area of the stone mounds.  Anyone familiar with my work is well aware how much credence and importance I place on the vibe, or imprints, or memories left at a place. They are a barometer that a location was used for sacred purposes. More importantly we have a potential to create a new birth with Mother Earth--an energy vortex, a water dome...---EARTH MAGIC!

Secondly, much of the mountainside that the Cairns Trail (areas C, D &E in the map below, in the upper center area) traverses is covered with stones marking energy formations such as Energy Lines. There are hundreds of such stones. All of this means that Stonewall is special and much of what was once there has been preserved. As a geomancer being able to dowse is critical to finding such stone formations and understanding what is going on. L-rods are an invaluable tool.

Right after entering the trail I came across this stone marking the intersection of 2 Energy Lines. You are facing downhill and the front of the stone has an upright shape to it.

My staffs do not do justice to all these stones marking an Energy Lines. You are facing downhill

Stone Mound. The front looks like a seat.

This outlier stone mound marked the intersection of 4 Ley Lines

Part II Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Carrion Run West Cairn Fields

At the farther end of the Cairn Trail was an area called Carrion Run West Cairn Fields (area D in the upper center on the map on the previous page) containing 10 stone mounds. The vibe was better than any other place.

Raised mound with depressed center

Staffs and seat cushion mark a water dome. The formation of a water dome is a strong indication that  the area was used for ceremony.

A short descent down the hill is a large row of Mantou stones marking Energy Lines. Unfortunately the  vibe was  not good. 

Part III Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Stonewall's Earthen Mound

Part III Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--The Earthen Mound

At the entrance to Stonewall Jackson Park along Rte 19 is an earthen mound. There is speculation about whether it was manmade, or natural. I believe it was manmade. The edges of the flat top cover Earth Chakras. In other words if I wanted to built an earthen mound over Earth Chakras this is what it would look like. Secondly, there is a water dome underneath the earthen mound indicating that the area was used for ceremonial purposes.

I took the Overlook Trail to get there.

Objects--my coat and staff--mark Earth Chakras 

The orange seat cushion marks a water dome.

Part IV Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Ohiopyle State Park

Part IV Stonewall Ohiopyle Survey--Ohiopyle State Park

March 20, 2018 the first day of spring and I ran into a blizzard. I left just south of  Morgantown, WVA with heavy rain. By the time I got to Ohiopyle Sate Park in southwestern PA snow was forming and beginning to stick, especially as I climbed in altitude. 

There were two primary areas I looked at. Both very nice and impressive.

The first was a grouping of mounds. The majority of the mounds were stone piles with no particular form or structures. A  few were located on Earth Chakras and had hallowed out centers which were more than 2 feet deep. They were in incredible shape and the pictures do not do them justice. Arguably they were more cylindrical in shape than a stone mound, or rock pile.

Although the snow limited my ability to see it was clear that much detailed was applied to the stone mounds. In the picture above my staffs mark a manitou stone marking the intersection of 2 Energy Lines.

You can see several snow covered snow mounds in the picture above.

Part V Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Ohiopyle State Park

Part V Stonewall/Ohiopyle Survey--Ohiopyle State Park

The other sacred area of Ohiopyle State Park(PA) I surveyed contained two large stone mounds (10-15 feet in diameter) with large hollowed out centers that straddled a dirt road on a mountaintop. The vibe in the center areas was very positive--very nice. While the snow was piling up I could discern several supporting stones marking Energy Lines.

I was told that the view was spectacular. I imagine it was. I was able to capture it. The ridge upon which the stone mounds were located was narrow with steep sides. The wind from the blizzard was brutal and I had to cover my ears to keep from getting frostbite.

These were the stone mounds that piqued my interest and motivated to put this trip together.  Check out these beauties,

Courtesy Jim Shaulis
Courtesy of Jim Shaulis
In the pictures above you can catch some of the view in the horizon. I imagine that pilgrims would do ceremony, meditate or just take in the majesty of place. Very Nice. 

Interesting that the hollowed out center was so large compared to other stone mounds. Usually when you find such a large dimpled area it is because of all the Earth Chakras (EC)--both large mounds only had 1 EC each; or all of the Energy Lines. Which makes me wonder was this circle used more for community like activities.

Here are my snowy versions.
My staff in 1 ft increments show the hollowed out center to be almost 3 feet deep. I imagine it was originally much deeper as leaves and other debris over the millennia have raised its floor.

A manitou stone just outside of the stone cairns. Staffs mark 2 Energy Lines intersecting  at the Manitou Stone.

The other stone mound

The other stone is in the upper side of the picture slightly to the right

Thanks to Jim Shaulis and Bruce King for braving the weather and driving on challenging dirt roads covered with  6 inches of snow and showing me the mounds .

I regret I did not have better conditions to observe the stone mounds at Ohiopyle. I also regret I did not have time to spread tobacco to show respect and honor the sacred stone mounds; or meditate while there. I did say a few prayers.

Ohiopyle(PA) like Stonewall Jackson (WVA) is an incredible place. The mounds have some of the best form I have found. The vibe was very positive in the center of the depressed mounds. There was ancillary supporting stones and I imagine much more to explore there.

It was a whirlwind 3 day trip. I had a great time and learned a lot. My knowledge of Early Woodland ceremonial sites has certainly expanded. 

Blessings to the great souls that constructed all the stone mounds, standing stone, Manitou stones, platform stones and the wonderful vibe at the stone mounds (stone cairns) at Stonewall Jackson Resort (WVA) and Ohiopyle State Park (PA.) Thank you.

madis senner

Monday, March 12, 2018

20,000 Scientists have now signed letter on Climate Change

Per the UK's Independent
20,000 scientists give dire warning about the future in 'letter to humanity' – and the world is listening

The paper is now one of the most discussed scientific works ever and has been signed by a huge number of experts

A dire warning to the world about its future, which predicts catastrophe for humanity, is continuing to gain momentum.

The letter – which was first released in November – has now been signed by around 20,000 scientists. And the world seems to be listening: it is now one of the most discussed pieces of scientific research ever, and its publishers claim it is now influencing policy.

The Letter,

Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Gossamer Wood Purchase Price Set


Bill Dewey has agreed to sell Gossamer Wood for $25,000, We estimate the cost to put in a parking area and other expenses to be about $5,000. So we need to raise $30,000.

In April we will begin having tours, open house/grounds, group meditations and other events for you to experience first hand the wonder of Gossamer. There will be a minimum donation to partake in these events. The grounds will only be opened for these events. Otherwise the grounds are closed to the public at this time.

We will also formalize and set up a Friends of Gossamer Wood support group. They will be responsible for the physical and spiritual maintenance of the grounds. They will be Earth Healers and Keepers of the sacred preserve. Instruction will be provided. This is a wonderful opportunity to connect with our Mother and raise your consciousness while serving. It was doing Keepers work and mediating in power Fields of Consciousness that hastened my spiritual transformation and got me closer to our Mother. If you are interested in learning more email me, madis senner, at

You can make an online  tax-deductible donation on this blog, or at the website. Or you can send a check to, make it payable to Jubilee Initiative, at;
Jubilee Initiative
c/o madis senner
321 Burns Ave
Syracuse, NY 13206

This is a very exciting development. We hope that you find the time to join us for a gathering to experience first hand the power and beauty of Gossamer Wood.

To learn more,


Saturday, February 24, 2018

The Eastern Hermetic School of Geomancy

From the Winter Issue(17/18) of the American Society of Dowsers Digest

By madis senner

Defining a school of geomancy, outlining your relationship with Mother Earth and how you explore Her, is an effort to bring more legitimacy to geomancy and dowsing. I  find a lot of inconsistency in opinions regarding Mother Earth’s unseen body, with all sorts of terms and concepts and little explanation of their purpose and function. I don’t doubt people find things; there are zillions of things in the unseen world—but what are they and what do they do? And more importantly how do they relate to your grand view of the reality?
The following defines my spiritual outlook and view of existence. It is an attempt to provide a discipline and a method to understand it and dowse it out.  The effort to develop a school, or discipline, of Geomancy has required a lot of thinking and has forced me to become a better dowser.

The Eastern Hermetic School of Geomancy looks to explore and educate about our dynamic relationship with Mother Earth. We believe that She is integral to our spiritual evolution and that we (humankind) are integral to Hers. We look to nurture and enhance that relationship because we believe that it will help make a better world by raising our collective consciousness and improving the health and wellbeing of all creation.

This school is a combination of two spiritual paths - Vedanta, a form of Hinduism, which I refer to as Eastern, and the Hermetic tradition.  These two disciplines explain how we see the world and consequently how we look at Mother Earth and dowse Her out.

Both disciplines believe that there is one universal principle, wisdom, thread that runs through all faith traditions; call it the perennial philosophy, or the ancient wisdom. Both believe in the unity and oneness of all creation, or pantheism, and that all of creation is divine. In that sense it is monotheistic (some call it non duality), because there is a oneness and connection of all creation. It is all around us and within us and not in some distant corner of ultimate reality.

I regret that we don’t have one encompassing term rather than a combination of two: Eastern/Vedanta and Hermetic. Hopefully, I will find one as I move forward, but feel free to call it the Hermetic School of Geomancy for short, if you like.
Meditating in a Field of Consciousness by Lake Ontario with Pepper.

The Hermetic Tradition is based on the Emerald Tablet, an occult, or esoteric text. It is credited to Hermes Trismegistus, who is believed to have lived in ancient Egypt or earlier. He is also considered the founder of astrology and alchemy.

Hermeticism’s key concept is, “as above, so below,” or what happens in the physical world, or the Physical Plane, is also simultaneously occurring in the unseen world, in other planes of existence or dimensions. It holds that things function similarly at different levels of existence, so, for example, you have a physical body that is nourished by food and water, you also have an energy body that is nourished with energy. Reiki and other energy healers work the energy body.

Several principles flow from Hermeticism’s, “as above, so below.” the microcosm is like the macrocosm. Individuals have a makeup similar to Mother Earth and the larger universe. Conversely, the macrocosm is also like the microcosm, in that the larger universe and Mother Earth have a makeup similar to that of an individual.

This is a key dowsing concept of the Eastern Hermetic School: that the microcosm is like the macrocosm. For example, we (humankind) have chakras and Mother Earth has chakras. Taking this a step forward, we can look at the Life Force that sustains all of life and begin to see how its flow is regulated by a series of earth chakras and ducts like our home heating system. That way, when we dowse out an earth chakra we know what it does and how it works. 

As it is for one, so it is for many, because many are one and one is many. It speaks to karma and strong interrelationship, or oneness, and to how we are bound to each other.

Alchemy - Co-Creation with Mother Earth
When we think of alchemy in the Hermetic Tradition we envision a sorcerer looking to create gold by combining various elements, but there is another perspective on alchemy that sees it as an effort to bring about the perfection of one’s being, or even all of creation. We do not look to make gold but to co-create a new birth with our Mother.

There is something mystical, arguably magical, in our relationship with Mother Earth and we look to explore and nurture it. When we love, give, heal and meditate we can create a new birth with our Mother.  This can manifest in many ways - as an energy vortex, a water vein or even a water dome, or as a connec- tor, or what some call an artificial ley. These can nourish both our soul and our physical body.  They are the alchemical wonders that Mother Earth provides us. True magic! Some may call this Earth Magic.

We look to study how these co-creations with Mother Earth form and how to improve that process as well as how to work with them. We also use them as barometers of our spiritual development, for the healing of a space, or to ascertain whether a space was once used for spiritual purposes.

Ultimately, Hermeticism calls for spiritual exploration and teaches that nature reveals the divine. We wholeheartedly believe that by exploring Mother Earth we will  find the divine to the benefit of all creation.
The Ledges Area of High Tor, From left to right-Madis Senner, Janice Carr and Peter Shell. White dog Pepper, black dog Jaeda Bear. Staffs marks stone mounds. Dogs and orange seat cushion mark Energy Vortices.

Vedanta,  thee Eastern Influence
Like the Hermetic tradition, Vedanta believes that we are in the physical world to develop our soul and that there is a perennial philosophy that runs through all faith traditions.

Several beliefs in the Eastern Tradition influence us. We live in a sea of consciousness. Everything is consciousness, from our physical bodies to our thoughts, to objects, to movement. As the great sage Sri Aurobindo taught us, all of the universe is the interplay of consciousness with itself. This is our overall guiding principle, and because consciousness has a morality to it, it is dowseable.

We do not recognize terms such as detrimental energy, or noxious energy, but do believe that there is good and bad consciousness that reflects the morality of a place, object or person. We see detrimental energy as being a scientific term, everything is energy.

We believe that this sea of consciousness is Brahman, what others would call God, Great Spirit or the Divine. From this  ows that we are one, linked and connected to each other.

Maya Vedanta holds that the world is not real, it is a bubble, an illusion. It is better to say that there is a greater reality to the physical world. We look to explore this unseen world and how this illusion is created.

Consciousness, or spirit, devolves to create the material world, or energy. In our cosmology everything is made up of consciousness and energy of varying degrees.  The higher the consciousness component the more spiritual in nature something is. Conversely, the higher the energy component, the closer it is to the material world.  There are grades of energy, from supporting physical structures, to the Life Force sustaining all of life, to the nourishing of our souls. Each of these consciousness/energy blends is distinct and dowseable, so while the Eastern Hermetic School may broadly classify something as “energy” it can often further classify it more specifically.

Mother Earth is Beneficial  
There is Nothing Harmful About Her
Again, we do not recognize the concept of “detrimental energy,” we see energy, running the spectrum from material to spiritual in nature. In our view, there is no bad energy per se. To us it is offensive towards our Mother to think that the energy running through Her apparatus whether it is above ground, or below ground is harmful.  Think about it.

The microcosm is like the macrocosm, so we have a make-up similar to Mother Earth. What part of our body is harmful to ourselves? It boggles the mind. Would you cut your leg off because detrimental energies ran though it? Maybe if it was in some way damaged, got infected by an outside source or some other external agent, but there is nothing in your body that is harmful to your body.

Anything damaging from our Mother is the result of an imprint, or negative consciousness left upon Her body as a scar by humankind. No doubt Mother Earth has harmful things such as a molten core that can cause destructive earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, she also has uranium embedded in Her. Yes, these are all dangerous things, but they are like our stomach acid that is shielded in our stomach. Stomach acid only causes a problem when we eat or do something wrong - human intention.

Most of the problems we face from Mother Earth - hurricanes, violent storms and more, are the result of human intention or the imprints of previous civilizations. As Jung taught in “Mind and Earth,” our collective consciousness is embedded in the Earth.  There are many more memories embedded in the earth from ancient cultures that influence us and our Mother. Call it karma, like energy blockages in our energy body that can create illnesses, or for Mother Earth, hurricanes, or earthquakes, or...

Everything has imprints and memories that they carry from where they have been and what they did. This is a karma that they carry. Consider the belief among many dowsers that the intersection of several water veins, or water veins and the Hartmann Grid or Benker lines are harmful. We do not believe that any of these parts of Mother Earth are in and of themselves harmful, no matter in what combination.

The work of Masaru Emoto substantiates our belief that water retains a memory. Mr. Emoto showed that human consciousness had an effect on the molecular structure of water, for the good and for the bad. Similarly, Homeopathy uses the medium of water to carry the intention of a specfic cure. Basically, water retains a memory, or imprint of its interaction with consciousness, so water that has gone through a sewage treatment plant or was used to cool a nuclear reactor, to wash a very dirty and polluted area, travelled through a negative space or was scarred in any other way retains a memory of this as it goes forward, as does the Hartmann Grid, Curry Lines, etc.

There is a synergy that occurs when aspects of Mother Earth such as Ley Lines intersect.  Think about all the places of worship that are intrinsically drawn to the intersection of Ley Lines. I have dowsed out Ley Lines (carriers of consciousness) that were slightly fouled, but when they intersected with other slightly fouled Ley Lines the negativity was much greater than the sum of the parts around the area of intersection.

It is the same with water veins.  They carry forward what has been done to them and where they have been. If several water veins that have been harmed intersect, the effect at the intersection point is much greater. So do other aspects of Mother Earth such as the Hartmann Grid and more. No doubt the area around them, or above them, can create geopathic stress and be harmful.
Many of the environmental problems we face today are rooted in the belief that Mother Earth is to be conquered, to be used as we please or is harmful.  These beliefs are incredibly destructive to Mother Earth and have unfortunately mushroomed over the ages. To listen to my talk to the American Society of Dowsers on why the intersection of water veins, Ley Lines...are not naturally harmful.
Staffs mark water lines intersecting over my bed. Cushion  marks energy vortex vibe. Very positive to extremely positive. Contrary to naysayers I am not dead nor had cancer for sleeping over the intersection of 4 water lines for the last 20 years;

We look to educate others that there is nothing harmful about our Mother. She looks to love and nourish us. Anything harmful, detrimental, or noxious about Her is because of what we, humankind, have done to Her, so please stop with these myths and fallacies.

Is it Dowseable? What does it do?

Having a discipline gives us a framework and guidance to work with when  finding things in the unseen world, or tells us what to look for. It also makes us better able to understand the form and function of what we  find.

As I noted earlier with earth chakras, I have dowsed many of them, outlining their path and apparatus. I know that they transport the Life Force, what I call Earth Prana, and sustain and nourish all of creation; without it we would die. I was able to do this because of my belief system, the Eastern Hermetic School of Geomancy.


We see geomancy, divination of our Mother, as a tool to heal Her and help with our spiritual evolution, not as something titillating or thrill seeking. At our core, we are Earth Healers.

Because we respect and honor all of creation, whether in this or other realities, we do not impinge, bother, or interfere with life wherever it may be. We only communicate if we are ap- proached or if it becomes a necessity. Some may know this as a sort of Prime Directive.
Vermont NEARA coordinator Susan Blackmore placing a flower offering at a stone chamber near Calendar II in Vermont

If you loved Star Trek growing up, then please adhere to Star Fleet Order 1, the Prime Directive. Remember how cool that was?  The Prime Directive was one of the guiding principles of the United Federation of Planets and it prohibited interfering with and trying to influence alien cultures.

We do not try to actively communicate or interfere with aliens, nature spirits, ghosts, UFOs, spirits, beings in other realms, demons or entities - only if contacted, necessary or if it is part of your work. There is a big difference between actively looking for beings in other realms and finding them on a mystical journey.  The latter is natural; the former is wrong. A shaman’s journey is wonderful, but we remain open to the experience and do not make it an astral projection to  nd entities.

Our goal is to educate about Mother Earth’s subtle body, to better connect and work with Her and all of creation. Through that relationship we can co-create new births that benefit both of us and all of creation. The law of love.

We have guidelines to follow when going into the woods or visiting a sacred site, such as smudge yourself, say a prayer and bring an offering.

We are Earth Healers, Lovers of our Mother.

Thanks to Joscelyn Godwin whose vast knowledge of the Hermetic Tradition and occult knowledge I drew upon to define Hermeticism and come up with a name for a school of geomancy.

Group Meditation at the Welcome Circle in the Ledges Area of High Tor. From left to right, Janice Carr, Joscelyn Godwin, Peter Shell with Pepper on his lap.

Sunday, February 18, 2018

Vigil For Victims of Parkland shooting

We gathered yesterday at Willow Bay for a community vigil of healing after the Parkland Shooting. Because of ice the event could not be held at the Peacemaker's Sanctuary.

The wind was brutal, several people that came early left before the ceremony began. We were forced to move behind the restroom building to shield ourselves from the wind.

Chaplain David Pasinski led us in a very moving ceremony. People were definitely  a bit angry and frustrated as were many in Parkland Florida such as Alyssa Alhadef's Mom. As one student said we need more to be done than just say prayersprayers.

We were blessed with media coverage, as we were after the vigil for Las Vegas Shooting. Here is a partial list of what has been posted to Media websites so far, more pending.

Small group gathers for vigil in Liverpool to honor shooting victims, Channel 9 WSYR

Here are some pictures

At times the balloons were almost horizontal against the ground because of teh wind.

Dave had everyone draw a heart on their hand. Then write an R inside of it for  for remembrance, recommitment, and renewal.

Afterwards we went to the Peacemaker's Sanctuary, said some prayers and left the balloons there.

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Vigil of Healing, Saturday February 17, 3 PM Willow Bay, Onondaga Lake Park

What: Vigil of Healing
When: Saturday February 17, 3 PM
Where: Willow Bay, Onondaga Lake Park

Given the tragic killings in Florida we thought we should gather as a community to heal. It seems as though we met only yesterday at the Peacemaker's Sanctuary to pray for those stricken and console ourselves after another senseless shooting in Las Vegas.

Dave Pasinski former chaplain at Hospice will be leading the service. 

We wanted to hold the event at the Peacemaker's Sanctuary but felt that colder weather could turn the walkway to get there icy. So instead we will be having the vigil at Willow Bay. Hopefully in the same general area where NOON holds its Thanksgiving Circle of Thanks. We think space is important and Onondaga Lake has a powerful healing and transformative spirit about it.

Below is a picture of the general area of where we will meet. But conditions may warrant we meet someplace else within Willow Bay; perhaps a sheltered pavilion. We will be meeting in Willow Bay.

We will form a circle near the bench towards the water.

Dress Warmly and Wear Boots. The wind can pick up at the end of the lake. The snow was only a few inches deep there this afternoon.

Please join as we gather to heal and send love to those stricken by the recent tragedy.

madis senner

Directions: From Rt. 690 take the John Glenn Blvd exit. Take your first right at the light onto Long Branch Road. Follow over a one lane bridge. Take your first right and park your car in the parking area.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Recycle Valentine Flowers for Offerings

Many of you will be receiving, or giving flowers for Valentine Days. Once those flowers are spent I encourage you to recycle them to use as offerings for a later date. Not all flowers will work. Carnations, statice, even roses can be used.

As I noted in Sacred Sites in North Star Country you should always try and bring an offering with you when you visit a sacred site. It is not so much what you bring, but that you bring something. Dried flowers are an excellent choice.

You can also go to a florist and ask for spent flowers; particularly around Valentine's day because it is one of the busiest days of their year. 

Today I went to Markowitz Florist in Syracuse, NY to pick up some spent flowers. This is thanks to Jini Cerio, owner operator. Jini books speakers for the Finger Lakes Dowsers and has spoken at the American Society of Dowsers. Today was one of the first time's I remember seeing Jini without a pendulum in her hand. Clearly she was jammed.

Thanks for the flowers, Jini. We will put them to good use.

Monday, February 12, 2018

Going Forward, Our Mission Statement and Plans


Years ago I created a not for profit (501c3), Jubilee Initiative. Some of you may remember it from our effort to buy Spirit House in Georgetown, NY which ended when one of our members purchased it for themselves. The board met a few weeks ago to discuss our plans going forward. We clearly see ourselves as dedicated to educating about Mother Earth and helping preserve Her sacred places. See below.

We hope that you join our effort and become an Earth Healer, and/or donate to our effort to buy Gossamer Wood in Canandaigua, NY.

madis senner

Jubilee Initiative—Mother Earth Prayers

Mission Statement—We look to educate about Mother Earth and teach others to become Earth Healers and stewards of the land. To protect and preserve Her Sacred parts.


Earth Healers
  • Teach about Mother Earth and Her Subtle Body—how to dowse Ley Lines.
  • Educate how Ley Lines can be used to clean space.
  • Go into the field and clean space, with an emphasis on our Mother’s sacred parts.
  • Keepers—Teach people how to become Keepers and encourage Earth Healers to commit to preserving an area.
  • Educate about spiritual practices such as meditation and other means to raisepeople's people's consciousness; understanding that an Earth Healer is only as good as their spiritual acumen.
  • Encourage people to become Earth Healers in their own local areas.

·       Gossamer Wood—Raise Money to buy and turn it into a sacred preserve. Establish a core group of Earth Healers to become Keepers (watch over and spiritually cleanse) for Gossamer.·    
         We have set-up a web page, Once Bill Dewey returns from Florida we will have several Earth Healer's gatherings there and other events. 
L        Longer term we anticipate that we will create a legal framework for the oversight of Gossamer and possibly other sacred sites.

P        Preserving High Tor—The NY DEC just announced that a public comment period has opened up regarding the future use of High Tor for the next ten years. There are hundreds of stone mounds and single sacred stones there. We would like to get them listed on the National Register of Historic Places; in addition to other protections.
         We are looking for partners for this initiative. We were only recently informed about the  public comment period. Given our interest and long term history with High Tor we felt compelled to protect the stone mounds there, which  we have been talking about and visiting for so long. We have purchased a domain name and hope to have a website up and running in the next few weeks,

·      Workshops—There is much more than Ley Lines to Mother Earth’s Subtle Body. We plan on having workshops longer term to educate about Mother Earth’s Subtle Body. There will be a charge for this and it will be part of fund raising for Mother Earth Prayers/Jubilee Initiative.