|About the Book|
When author John Gibson-Forty received a telephone call from a professional French-horn player from the London Symphony Orchestra, he assumed it was a wrong number. But no, David Gray was ringing to ask for John s help in discovering the ancient whereabouts of the three perpetual choirs of Britain, where 2,400 monks or saints (or were they Druids?) had chanted on a rolling rota basis, 100 at a time, day and night, 24/7, for the ongoing enchantment of Britain. As an experienced dowser with a particular interest in earth energies, John was hooked. Little did he know at that time that the venture would take him three-and-a-half years, along ten energy lines emanating like the spokes of a wheel from the hub of Whiteleaved Oak, a tiny hamlet dozing peacefully at the spot where Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire meet in the Malvern hills. And then he dowsed the circumference as well! His discoveries en route, from sacred sites and churches, history and holy wells, castles and cathedrals, when plotted on a map, formed a Decagon, a ten-sided, ten-pointed structure, approximately 130 miles in diameter, that stretched from Stafford in the north, to Glastonbury in the south, and from Milton Keynes in the east to Llandovery in the west. It covers 22 counties and an area in excess of 14,000 square miles. Now that s a lot of dowsing. Even more remarkably, John s journey led him via astronomy, astrology, numerology, sacred geometry, the resonance and power of music, the Druids, the Shamans, Feng Shui, crop circles, ley lines, Aboriginal songlines, the Tao, Yin and Yang, the Mayan calendar that ends in 2012, the sacred yew tree, Atlantis, the Knights Templar, the Holy Grail, King Arthur (did he really exist?), the Tree of Life, the Chakra System, magic squares and even Hawaii, to the absolute realization, without any shadow of doubt, of The Interconnectedness of All Things.