Monthly Archives: November 2015

Case of the Prancing Horse

About twenty five years ago, I worked on a troublesome case. It started when I was handed an envelope with a knot of horse’s hair, and a list of ten questions.

A well-known horse trainer had been accused of smashing in the skull, and thereby killing, a prized horse he was training. The owner was suing for several hundred thousand dollars.

The trainer knew this accusation to be entirely false but could not prove it. The horse had dropped dead suddenly during a normal training session. The owner had organised for the dead body to be sold for meat and, when taken off by the butcher, apparently the skull had been smashed in. At the time, this seemed odd but it was only months later, after the body had been well and truly disposed of, that the accusations and lawsuit started.

The trainer was a fellow member of the South Australian Dowsers Club and asked if I could look into it. He gave me ten questions regarding the cause of death. Was the cause of death a heart attack or a haemorrhage? Was the skull smashed before or after death? Were any of the trainer’s staff involved? From dowsing the questions, it came up that the cause of death was bleeding from an artery, the cracked skull was post mortem and the stable hand was involved.

I spoke with another member of the Dowser’s Club as I couldn’t figure out the sequence of events. He thought about it and gave me two more questions, sealed in an envelope – both yes or no questions. It came up yes to both questions. When I opened the envelope, the questions were – was the horse poisoned, and was the owner involved?

The final story came out that the owner had given the unsuspecting stable-hand poisoned horse feed. When the horse finally succumbed to the poison the owner cracked the skull in order to frame the trainer for insurance money.

With my insights, the trainer confronted the owner who was so aghast that he knew what happened that he dropped the charges.

Energy is everything

We live in a soup of different forms of energy – gravity, electrical, magnetic, thoughts and sacred and spiritual energy. All of these are forms of energy, the difference being frequency and form and our perception of them.

Water is a good example. It’s made up of hydrogen and oxygen atoms, held in a bond. Did you know the solid part of water – the oxygen and hydrogen – are in proportion with the moon and earth in size and distance between them. It’s the energy in the bond that’s most important. We are mostly water and as the tides are caused and affected by the movement of the moon, so are we.

To think we can live disconnected from these influences is unrealistic.

Feng Shui (wind and water) takes this into account, looking at water, as we are mainly made up of this, and wind, which you cannot see. You know it exists, but only the effect of its energy is made known by what happens when it’s around.

Everyone can find water underground – it’s one of our many hidden abilities, which most people don’t realise they have. Over the centuries people wanting power have used many methods of coercion to suppress this ability – calling it “witch craft” or discrediting it in order to suppress this ability. The Priest, shaman or medicine man kept this little secret to themselves as a means of control. I have met with some resistance to this work from some people who still suffer from this ignorance and ingrained programming.

I have found it hard to talk about this to most people, and have had to simplify things when discussing the subject. The good news is that, with the massive shift in consciousness which is happening in the universe right now, many people are realising there’s lots of things they know they don’t know. We are undergoing a massive shift in thinking and more people are now ready to listen, explore and learn.

Do I understand all this? Not really, but it’s an exciting journey to be on.

I have started this blog to bring like-minded people together on this trip.