British Society of Dowsers

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British Society of Dowsers
Founded1933 (1933)
FounderColonel A H Bell
TypeRegistered charity

The British Society of Dowsers was founded in 1933 by Colonel A H Bell. They are a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity whose objects are: "to encourage and support the study and practice of dowsing and its application in every field of human interest; to maintain a public dowsing information service, including a Register of Dowsing Practitioners and a Register of Dowsing Tutors, and training programme; and to relieve communities, particularly those in less well developed countries, who are suffering hardship by reason of their economic and social circumstances, especially in relation to water supplies."[1][2]

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  1. ^ "British Society of Dowsers Background". British Society of Dowsers. Retrieved 7 April 2012.
  2. ^ Charity Commission. British Society of Dowsers, registered charity no. 295911.

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