I had purchased a house through a real estate company and over the time, I grew to like the broker very much. He was thinking about purchasing another real estate company in Christchurch and told me a little bit about it.
He didn’t ask me to, but for some reason I came up with the fact that it wasn’t a good deal.
He told me that this company had 8 salesman and sold over $5-6 million in property last year. I could sense, when I looked at the company that he wanted to buy, that only two of the salesmen actually sold anything.
He had been given a lot of figures that didn’t seem right to me. I told him that he was being given wrong information and that he needed to ask them to see their tax records.
As it turns out, the people were keeping two sets of books! They were not nearly as successful as they had told him and he didn’t buy the company.
He ended up going to another part of New Zealand and bought another company. His business is doing very well.
In Ashburton, New Zealand there was a feed store that served almost everybody in the area. One time, there were two different people that were having trouble with their horses eating the feed that they had purchased there.
I found out from talking to the horses and dowsing the feed that it the feed was on the verge of being rancid.
I went to the store and told the owner that I suspected that he was selling feed that wasn’t good. He became concerned and opened a bag of food that was fresh and compared the smell to a bag that we suspected was bad and he could actually smell the difference between the good and the bad feed. (Feed doesn’t have a long shelf life, particularly in the summertime.)
So, the owner of the store called the manufacturer of the feed and had them pick it up and replace it with fresh feed. He, then, hired me to go over the rest of the feed in the store to see if there was anymore that wasn’t good.
Every year when I went to New Zealand, he had me come into his store and dowse all of the feed for freshness. If we discovered that it wasn’t fresh, he would call the manufacturer and have them come to replace it.
After the store owner hired me to do this, his sales increased by over 20 percent. Word got around that this was the best store to purchase food because the owner was doing everything that he could to be sure that the feed was fresh.
To Whom It May Concern:
Meeting Bill Northern was quite an experience for my husband and I. We were not only skeptical, but a little unsure of what he would say or if he would be able to help us. We train and racehorses and we needed a lot of help with some of our horses. It is quite entertaining to hear what your own horses have to say about you, your training methods, the way they are treated, whether they are happy or not and many other things. You may not want to hear everything that he has to say because all horse trainers realize that all of the horses that they have are not going to make good racehorses. You don’t always want to hear that, however, it is a fact of life.
Our first meeting with Bill Northern was an experience to remember. There were 10 horses that he was going to talk with that day. We were quite stunned when the second horse that he talked to told him that she did not like her hay. She is a picky eater and is very hard to please. She also constantly kicked the wall and over a period of weeks he talked to her about this. She finally almost stopped doing this and when she did kick the wall, I would tell her that Bill did not want her to do this and she would stop again for a week or two. The fourth horse that he talked to told him that she did not get enough attention. I said, “she gets carrots every day!”. The horse said, “I get plenty of treats but not enough attention.” Bill also told us that she had bladder problems, which was true.
The first, third and fifth horses that he talked to, basically did not have any problems but he advised us to cull these three because they had low heart scores. This means that they have very little desire to race. By this time, we were amazed because we have discovered this about these three horses and have been trying to decide whether to continue with them or not.
The sixth horse that he talked to was a nervous problem horse. I had been wondering if plugging her ears would help her. Bill asked her and she told him, “tell her to plug her ears, it won’t help me.” We all got a good laugh out of that.
The other four horses that were talked to that day had high heart scores and only minor problems. As Bill told us after talking with them, they have made pretty good racehorses.
One of them told Bill to tell my husband that he was not pleased with the way that he was driven in the race the previous week. We laughed and asked him how he wanted to be driven. He told Bill and that week he won. Bill also asked him if he was spoiled…by 2 people…one more than the other. Everyone knows that my husband spoils the horse terribly.
In the year that we have known Bill Northern he has talked to our horses many times and has given us a lot of good advice. He can talk with them in person or from a distance. We continue to be pleased with our dealings with him and will seek his help in the future.
D.S and L.S.
During one of his visits to New Zealand, I sought the assistance of Dowser, William Northern, to dowse a six-year-old trotting mare in my stable in an effort to improve her trotting gate and race performance.
William was very obliging and keen to assist. At the initial dowsing session, he was able to pinpoint areas of pain in the mare’s body, most of which had not been previously detected by a veterinary surgeon who had conducted a thorough examination several days prior to William. In fact, the veterinary surgeon was unable to offer any explanation for the mare not performing up to my expectations and her previous indications of above-average ability.
Once William had completed his dowsing, I began to treat the mare based on his recommendations. Within three-to-four days, her gait and attitude had improved significantly which prompted me to seek William’s dowsing ability in regard to the shoes that the mare was wearing. I felt this could also be improved, but I was unsure of what changes, if any, to make.
William dowsed the mare’s shoes, and it was determined that her hind shoes were suitable, but major changes were needed to her front shoes. Although the recommendations that William’s dowsing made were quite revolutionary, to say the least, I had already seen beneficial results from the initial dowsing for pain. Therefore, I had no hesitation in adhering to his instructions. Ultimately, the front shoes were changed to the extent that the horse now wears two totally different shoes on the front. On the near-side front, there is a standard five-eighth half-round shoe weighing approximately five ounces. On the off-side front, there is an aluminum shoe with a slightly raised heel and square toe at a total weight of two ounces.
Having regard for the common theory of trotters requiring perfect and equal weight and balance on both front feet in order to provide reliable performance on the race track, the shoes that this horse now has dismisses this theory as fallacy rather than fact.
I have no hesitation in stating that this mare is now trotting better than ever before, and as a regular driver of her, I cannot fault her gait and balance. It is, in my opinion, as close to perfect as one could get and indeed a direct result of the dowsing recommendations that William provided to me.
Christchurch, New Zealand
(I later taught him to dowse and I understand he has become a real good listener. Bill)
I met a girl at a Dowsing Conference that lived in Hawaii. She thought that maybe she could get some business for me if she let people know ahead of time that I was coming. She placed signs that read, “Bill Northern Is Coming Here” with her phone number and the dates that I would be there.
When you arrive in Hawaii, coming from New Zealand, you always arrive at night. I would call her when I arrived at my hotel to let her know that I was in town. She called me back the next day to schedule my pick-up time and she took me to the places that she had horse dowsing sessions lined up for me.
One of the first places that we went to was A-Tri-K Ranch, which is owned by the Princess Abigail Kawanakoa. Her nephew, David and his wife Eleanor were living there. At this point, I did not realize that David was a member of the Hawaiian Royal Family.
They had a few horses there for us to look at that day and one of the horses belonged to David’s wife, Eleanor. When I first arrived, I asked the horse a series of questions, such as, “please tell me if you are sore anywhere.”
Eleanor’s horse told me where he was sore and he was also telling me that she didn’t ride him very often. She said that she rode him every day. Then the horse told me, “no she doesn’t either!” She said, “well, almost every day.” The horse said, “No. She doesn’t do that either!” She finally admitted to only riding the horse two or more times per week.
The crowd, including Eleanor and David were standing around. (I always check with the person that is paying for my services and have them approve who can and cannot be present for my sessions. They must be quiet because I cannot be distracted by noise.)
With this horse, we found out exactly where Eleanor’s horse was sore, the nutrients and vitamins that he was lacking, etc.
The next horse that we saw that day was named Booger. He was owned by Kea Among. Kea was the lady that hauled horses back and forth from the boat yard or the airport to where they were going and back.
Booger was a real booger, he bucked, kicked and was a very naughty horse. Booger told me that he did not like his name, he wanted his name to be Prince, instead. He figured that if he was at the Princess’ Ranch, then he should be the Prince.
I shared with Kea that Booger didn’t like his name and she agreed to change it to Prince. Once Kea told Booger his new name, he completely changed. From that moment on, he acted like a Prince, not a bad Booger.
I learned early on that horses (as well as dogs and any pet for that matter) are very much aware of what they are called. It is important to give pets, especially horses, positive names, not negative names.
Sidenote: A-Tri-K Ranch plays classical music all day long for the horses. Barbara Jordan (B.J.) was the person in charge of the barn makes sure that the horses have classical music to listen to because it is very relaxing for the horses.
There were more horses to see that day and after that day, our reputation had spread all over the entire island and we were then, in demand. David and Eleanor invited us to dinner the following year with some of their friends and we have been friends ever since.
We had dinner with David and Eleanor that next year, then the year following that Miss Abigail invited us to her place to have dinner. There were a number of people in attendance. After dinner, she called me over to sit on the couch and started to ask me some questions about horses,
because she had been a good rider. She also owned several Quarter Horses in California. She asked me questions like, “what would you do if a horse had a bowed tendon?” And , since I am not a veterinarian, I did not have an answer for her.
Then, she asked me another question regarding how to treat a horse that had an issue, and I still didn’t know the answer. She exclaimed, “He doesn’t know one thing about horses, that is it!” If you are a horse person, you know how to treat ailments and I let her know that am not a horse person. I communicate with horses, I don’t treat them. She only invited me to dinner one time after that.
This visit to A-Tri-K Ranch led to many lasting friendships for me.
Alice in Hawaii had a friend named Roseanne who was very sick in the hospital. Alice brought me a list of all of the medications that Roseanne was taking, it was a lot of medication, probably around 16-17 different kinds. I had taught Alice how to dowse, so she asked if I would dowse the list of medications and see if any of them could be eliminated.
So, I did and I came up with reducing her medications to only 6. Alice agreed with me and consulted with one of the doctors at the hospital and shared my findings with him. The doctor agreed to remove the unnecessary medications and within ten days, Roseanne was much better and was able to come home!
Once Roseanne returned home from the hospital, Alice shared with her that I had dowsed the list of medications that she was taking and had suggested that several of them be eliminated.
Around this time, Roseanne asked me to take a look at her dog. He wasn’t acting like he used to and she told me that she was paying a man to walk her dog for an hour each day. When I dowsed it, I found that the man was only walking the dog for 15-20 minutes each day. Roseanne consulted with the dog-walker and found out that that was true. We found that the dog needed medication and, of course, she arranged that right away. Since Roseanne confronted the dog-walker, he agreed to walk the dog for an hour from then on.
After this, Roseanne, who was the Co-Dean of the University of Hawaii Medical School, was so impressed with my dowsing of her medications and her dog, that she asked me if we could teach this for a quarter at the University. Alice agreed and said, “sure he can, he taught me!”
We began to plan for myself and a approximately 9 others that had agreed to come and teach at the University for a week in exchange for room and board.
We were still in the planning stage when a friend of mine, whose wife was a court reporter, called me and said that he thought that we may as well call off the idea of teaching at the University of Hawaii. I asked him why and his response was, “somebody is suing the school and their lawyer in his arguments stated that the school must be desperate for instructors since they were considering having a group of whackos come to teach there like Bill Northern, who calls himself an animal communicator!”
Needless to say, that was the end of our teaching experience at the University of Hawaii and the subject never came up again.