From what I gather, whenever Arthur and I discuss any subject, the information we receive comes from two separate sources, these sources being, usually, the soul memories of those who were present at the time of the events we investigate. We found that, in the case of Jesus's voyage to the UK with his uncle Joseph, we were each linked to one of two of the people on that boat who described what they remembered about certain events and incidents but sometimes their recollections of certain incidents did not correspond which left Arthur and I unsure as to who was right. It turned out that my source was not always with the person who was with Arthur and may therefore have repeated something he (my source) had been told by someone else, in other words second hand, or possibly third hand, rather than first hand knowledge.
I think there is always the possibility, when dowsing, that information received from a source can sometimes be second or third hand and might therefore conflict with info received by dowsers who have other sources, That, of course, leads to what a source believes to be true. If you think about it, we often believe something to be true because it sounds right or logical enough to be true so our respective sources would probably think the same way. There is one way to check the info you get and that is to ask either â€˜were you actually there/?â€™ or â€˜did someone tell you that ?
Going sideways for a moment, Vapour Trail, you quote the following in your blog about Arbor Low, â€¦
â€œAfter the death of Uther Pendragon, the leaders of the Britons assembled from their various provinces in the town of Silchester and there suggested to Dubricus, the archbishop of the City Of The Legions, that as their King he should crown Arthur, son of Uther. He called the other bishops to him and bestowed the crown of the kingdom upon Arthur. Arthur was a young man only fifteen years old â€¦â€ (from â€˜History of the Kings of Britainâ€™ by Geoffrey of Monmouth).
I got in touch with â€˜Geoffrey of Monmouthâ€™ (or rather his soul memory) and asked (dowsed) whether he knew that to be true. He said that he did not believe it to be true and could not confirm it. He also said that the info in his book History of the Kings of Britainâ€™ was translated by him from scrolls written in Latin that he found way down below the Abbey at Strata Florida. Another example of someone obtaining knowledge from elsewhere rather than first hand.
I taped interviews I had in 2000 with â€˜Geoffrey of Monmouthâ€™ through a Trance Medium friend of mine, typed them into a word file that I have on my computer if anyone is interested.
Those friends thou hast, and their adoption tried, grapple them to thy soul with hoops of steel (Polonius)