Jody Maas has been a spiritual person all of his life and dowsing has played an important role in his growth. He remembers making his first pendulums from wax when he was a teenager. His grandfather taught him how a ‘Y’ rod works by using a tree branch.
Jody’s work and volunteer experience ranges from being a manager for 18 years to serving on the Board of Directors of North Halton Community Living for three years. He is presently the President of the Canadian Society of Dowsers.
Jody has been involved with the crop circles at New Credit Reservation in Hagersville and also led a Sunrise Ceremony there. He has participated in many sweat lodges and was one of nine people chosen internationally to speak at a gathering about helping the earth during a two-day sweat lodge ceremony. Jody held a gathering in Lowville where he activated a power centre with the aid of 85 people during the ceremony.
Jody uses a variety of implements in his dowsing practice. He works with crystals and standing stones, ‘L’ rods and pendulums. He is active in house clearing and harmonizing the energies of spaces. Jody works with what he calls the ‘Trinity Energy’. Jody has been receiving information from spirit for many years specifically Arcturians-“Transmissions from the Group”. Information comes to Jody in real time taking the form of pictures and impressions, which he then uses to create crystal devices. These devices range from crystal power rods to pyramids large enough to sit in.
He continues to further his research and offers his services and workshops. He is currently working on his first book.
Interviews and Publications
- Near Death Experiment, June 2017
- Five D tv, October 2017
Arcturian “Transmissions From The Group”
(search in starseed and spritual roundtable categories, subscription required)
- More Than Passing Strange, December 2017
Dowsing, Energy and Moving Forward-An Interview with Jody Maas
This Article is also published in : American Society of Dowsers-‘The American Dowser’ Quarterly Digest, Winter 2017/18, Volume 57, NO. 4, 49; Talking with Jody Maas by Nancy J. Nelson