Official Site - Irish Society of Diviners, Info for Divining, Dowsing, Dowsers

Divining and Dowsing Information in Ireland
Not for profit society, sharing knowledge
Members from all disciplines of Divining
Group meetings discussing divining methods
Members social outings and field trips

The purpose of the society is to: 'help others, and help them to help themselves'


Welcome to the Irish Society of Diviners web site.
Cumann Collóirí na hÉireann.

We are a non-profit making organisation run by volunteers who freely give of their time.   Although we don’t offer any specific services to the public, some of our members do, but the Society can’t recommend or endorse any of these services.  We recommend that you come along to our meetings and we will be true to our motto above.   All are welcome to join the Society, just come along to one of our meetings and find out more about our activities or visit our facebook page at

Divining/dowsing is an ancient art going back to the earliest records of human life on earth.   It is a skill that can be learned and used in any aspect of life e.g. diet, health, finding missing persons and objects, locating water, finding minerals, identifying geopathic stress & black streams etc., quiet a wide range really.

Learning to divine/dowse is easy, with lots of practice valuable experience can be gained.   An open inquisitive mind is essential along with sharing experiences with others you will then notice some progress in no time at all.

So why not make contact, meet like-minded people, share knowledge and know-how, learn new skills and join in outings & other events.

Outing to Galway on 20th August 2022

Meet at Pat Noones Farm Kilconnell, Ballinasloe H53HC95 at 10.45

Our first stop on this busy schedule is at Pat Noones farm. Pat spoke to our Society recently and invited us to visit his farm which is full of interesting sites. He will provide tea and coffee refreshments on arrival. After this he will take us on a tour of his land. There will be a break for lunch. Please bring a packed lunch. After lunch we will travel to Creagh and park at Our Lady of Lourdes Church H53 EH93 There we will be looking at an old cemetary and time permitting we will travel to Clontuskert Abbey. Our guide for these sites will be Declan Kelly, archaeologist, who requested our help some time ago. This tour is for experienced and non experienced dowsers and all contributions are welcome. We will be discussing our findings over dinner in Ballinasloe and all welcome to join us. Outdoor clothing and footwear recommended on this tour. Please confirm if you are interested in attending this tour. There are a limited number of B&B rooms available.

A farmer and his magical field: How fairies have 'kept the land sacred in Ireland' -