Professional Dowsing & Applied Intuition Services

Members in good standing may  ask to be listed as a professional dowser/intuitive consultant/healer who lives in the southern region of the American Society of Dowsers (ASD).

Lee Barnes, PhD environmental science. Water Well dowser of the southeastern region with an impressive 96% accuracy rating over many years.  He was awarded the Best Dowser of the year in 2019 by our national organization, American society of Dowsers.  Lee also analyzes real estate properties for local energies and amelioration techniques. Check out:  For consultations by phone or email contact Lee at 828.646.1593 or

Marty Cain, MFA,  Labyrinth builder and teacher.  Marty works nationwide as well as out of the country to create custom labyrinths, large or small installations for communities and individuals, See She is also an expert water well dowser,  See 
Marty presents Marty is available at 828.545.0023, 828.669.9900  and

Nancy K Baumgarten, MLA  Landscape Architecture, M.A. MetaphysicsIntuition development educator and parenting consultant since 1998  www.ProfoundAwareness.orgNancy organized and directed a family summer camp for over 10 years and has been a speaker at several Near-death experiences national conferences uses dowsing to train critical thinking skills for young people (and for all ages).    For consultations, contact nancy at 828.298.2592 or email at

Lance Howard,  PhD Geography,     Lance recently retired from Clemson University Howard where he best describes himself as a Humanist (as opposed to Human or Physical) Geographer, one who is interested primarily in the human experience of places and landscapes. A student of dowsing and geomancy his research explores the intimacy of humans with the natural world.

(Deceased) – Richard Crutchfield, PhD  past President of the Appalachian Chapter. The types of dowsing work in the area of:  Spiritual shamanic dowsing and taught  advanced dowsing at quarterly meetings.  Richard used to lead tours to rock formations and other ancient sites around western North Carolina.    4