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Raymon Grace

Raymon Grace, Dowser Extraordinaire

Saturday, April 15, 2017, 2 to 4 pm

Ice House Theatre – Mercer & Independence Streets
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

(Suggested donation: $35, Children under 12: $15)

Raymon Grace, one of the world’s most extraordinary dowsers, returns to Berkeley Springs in April. Raymon’s abilities are legendary, usually seemingly miraculous. In addition to addressing a broad variety of areas related to health and wellbeing, he focuses his work on child abuse and changing bodies of water so that they are wholesome and pure.

You can listen to an interview of Raymon here where he describes how he changes the composition of water and cleans it by way of dowsing.

Raymon travels the world teaching and demonstrating how dowsing can be used by most anyone to change themselves and the world around them. His down home, direct approach is sought out by many thousands of searchers who are looking for bettering their lives and dealing with the extraordinary change that the world is experiencing.

Come join us for what certainly will be a memorable – and mind expanding – afternoon with one of the most extraordinary people on this planet.

Raymon Grace is a native of the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia and has been studying forms of healing since 1973. He is founder and president of Raymon Grace Foundation, is a dowser, lecturer and author of 3 books, “The Future is Yours—Do Something About It”, “Techniques That Work For Me” and “Seasons of April.” He has created 40 DVDs sharing information learned over the past 40 years. His books have all been printed in English, Chinese, Italian and Spanish. His work has reached 142 countries for improving water and other areas of self-improvement.

He has been a guest on numerous radio talk shows including the well know "Coast to Coast Am Radio.” He was recognized by the Virginia State Senate for his work. He is a down to earth plain spoken person who tells it as he sees it. His dress clothes are jeans and cowboy boots and he doesn’t own a suit and tie. He’s real.

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