August 13th Meeting
Northern California Dowsers
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF DOWSERS
OUTSTANDING CHAPTER 2016
PRESENTS A DOUBLE FEATURE
Saturday, 13 August 2016
Meeting at noon
Shasta County Library, Community Room,
1100 Parkview Ave., Redding, CA 96001
Suggested Donation: $5 (voluntary, not required).
Snacks & refreshments welcomed & appreciated.
“Orbs and Lights in the Night” by Linda Schreiber
Most of you Dowsers already know that there are unseen forces that we can learn to work with. Probably many of you have actually seen light manifesting in some situations and most of us have felt, if not seen it. The light I speak of here can be seen as Orbs, balls of light in the sky and even inside rooms and caves. This Great Mystery, as some refer to them, is becoming much more available to study now. Digital cameras seem to capture these images better. And if you go on the internet, you can see a great many pictures of orbs that people are studying, sharing and commenting about. These stories and pictures are what I want to share with the Dowsers. If you have taken pictures of orbs please bring them to share.
Linda L. Schreiber is a Redding, CA resident and 3rd generation native born Californian with BA Degree in Political Science, K-12 Teaching Credential, Yoga Teacher, Author, Poet, Musician and Distinguished Toastmaster.
Linda’s Business: http://www.nikken.com/lightmatters/sitemap
Linda’s book Loved by the Light is available at amazon
“The Great Pyramid” by Steve Dean
The Great Pyramid presentation is focused on its construction, the time line embedded in it, the relation to the history of the U.S.A. and the Bible, the mathematical measurements that relate to our solar system.
Steve Dean’s partial resume
Montana Land Surveyor # LS -11797 / 1995
California Land Surveyor # LS – 4036/ 1972
Nevada Land Surveyor # LS -5701 / 1981
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE HIGHLIGHTS:
Completed over a thousand surveys for Subdivisions, Parcel Maps, Record of Surveys, and Property Line Adjustments in seven northern counties of California. Construction survey of all aspects of the 80 million dollar temperature control device at Shasta Dam, Redding, California.
Expert witness in many court cases in Northern California.
The survey of 190 communication sites in northern California, and Nevada, topographic, GPS coordinates, legal descriptions, plot AutoCAD and e-mail to client.
Awarded one of the first B.L.M. Cadastral survey contracts in California since the 1900’s.
Steve practiced the art of land surveying in the town of Fall River Mills, CA. He personally was responsible for the recordation of approximately 1,500 maps of a combined nature, including Record of Survey, Parcel and Subdivision maps. Completed many survey jobs for the U.S.F.S., Fruit Growers Supply Co., Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, County of Shasta, Pacific Gas & Electric Co., Citizens Utilities Company, Fall River Community Services District and numerous private parties.
Fall River Chamber of Commerce 1972-1983. Offices: 2nd Vice President, Vice President, President, Board of Directors.
California Council of Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors/ Northern Engineers and Land Surveyors Association 1978-1983. Offices: Vice President,
California Land Surveyors Association 1972-2016 Offices: Vice President, President, Chapter Representative to the Board of Directors
CERTIFICATES and PUBLICATION:
Steve holds numerous certificates from legal to land survivorships.
Published an article on my work on the Shasta Dam Temperature Control Device and was published in the California Land Surveyors journal. Spring 1999.
Stephen W. Dean, P.L.S. 16335 North St. Redding, CA 96001 Phone: (530)241-3102 Email, firstname.lastname@example.org