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Animal Psychic and Communicator — 17 Comments

  1. I’m not too sure on this subject, I do think there is much more to this world than we know about, but it’s very hard to tell genuine animal communicators from fake ones.
    We only had one experience of this just after Barbara’s husband John died and we had huge life changes which affected Walter deeply. He was unwell but the vet could find nothing wrong with him, so we put it down to grief as he loved John very much. Browsing the internet one day though I came across an animal communicator and asked her if she could help. Somehow she ‘tuned in’ and told us Walter had a ‘hot head’ and she would send him healing. Which she did and no charge and he was soon back to himself. Coincidence? Or not? I wish I’d kept her contact details as my computer crashed and neither Babz nor I could ever find her again.
    I think we can all become more attuned to Nature, but we have to look upon all animals, birds and fish as souls with the right to live. Since becoming veggie I can see it so clearly, we have no right to have ‘food’ animals, each and every one has a soul and a spirit and we have no right to use them, we don’t need to eat them, veggies are living proof of that fact.
    I think Ahsan is the most spiritual person I have ever known and I have met many Franciscan brothers and Anglican Sisters dedicated to God, but they were not veggie! I don’t understand how anyone so dedicated to God can eat His creatures.

    • Ruth I’m in agreement I think there are a lot of things we just don’t understand. I love becoming more aware of the nature around me I have enjoyed it especially so this last summer watching bees disappear deep into the flowers in my garden especially the fox gloves, love to hear their humming and buzzing and watch them come out with the pollen on their legs trying to spot the different species. I have really enjoyed watching the spiders in their webs which appear more in the autumn. I leave them be they fascinate me the way they catch their prey and then cocoon it so quickly before they suck out all the goodness; nature is wonderful! Anyway I digress! I don’t believe in animal psychics but I do believe in being at one with an animal getting to know it, gaining trust etc

  2. First of all, accept my apology that now a days I am not so much active on PoC, Michael.
    I am busy in cat’s enclosure making. i.e. my terrace for cats.
    I will update soon on the article, soon.

    Animal psychics are not fake, they exists. I can also recall you the son of DAVID, SOLOMON the prophet. He could even talk to animals.

    Well because we live during 2014 AD therefore we try to deny every spiritual activity easily or the reason is tat we could not achieve the success in that subject matter.

    Otherwise I believe even stones, trees, grass and flowers can talk. science has proven this fact.

    But what if the knowledge of human being (i.e. science) is still in its limits and because it can not yet proof some thing, that does not mean that that thing or event, fact does not exists???

    The human brain has only been used up to its 7% capacity yet, just imagine if the brain is 100% used????

    I am a spiritual man and deeply involved with these religious subjects and specially HINDU meditations plus BUDHISHT, too.

    Stop for a long time, I mean for years to eat RED MEAT, Michael. have low sugar items in food. live near to nature, meditate often. try to purify yourself. stay away from women. and alchohol then let us speak on the issue 😉


    • I agree we can “talk” with nature – in other words feel it by being in harmony with it. I accept what you say as possible certainly.

      I don’t believe that animal psychics who are making money out of it are always genuine.

      I believe that people who understand animals and have a lot of empathy with them and who also understand people’s emotions etc. can make a business out of “communicating with animals”. I don’t see this as what you are describing which is being very highly “in tune” with nature.

      I actually believe that I am in tune with nature. It always gives me pleasure and peace.

      At the moment I tend to look for scientific answers. One day perhaps we will have a scientific answer to telepathy and be able to explain how pet psychics do their work.

    • lol Ahsan you made me laugh, Michael to purify himself, stay away from women and alcohol lol how can any red blooded man do that when we women are so irresistible and alcohol is so nice lol

  3. Honestly Michael i presume that any person having a long association with his or her pet can claim to be a “ANIMAL OR BIRD PSYCHIC”.”Mittoo” my pet Alexandrine parakeet of 22 years seemed to have telepathy between him and his human owners which included my mum, dad, me and later his care-taker.I have written his biography and to many people it might sound as fabrication , especially his power to sense our human thoughts akin and his childish human behaviour.Even with my cats and previously dogs could definitely sense their moods and anticipate their behaviour. Horse players would call such a person a “HORSE WHISPERER” !

    • Rudolph, you hit the nail on the head for me. People who have a very close emotional connection with their animal companions can “talk” to them silently and vice versa. I see this as different to the business of “pet psychic”.

      Perhaps one day in the future we will understand much better telepathy and phenomenon which cannot be explained by science.

  4. Cass I’m glad you found your cat and that your experience with a pet psychic was a positive one.

    Great photo. He looks like he’s keeping a watchful eye on the neighbourhood.

  5. Well, body language didn’t do the pet psychic any good when I needed her to find my missing cat – she ended up having to come to the house and, like radar, pointed to where he was and approximately how far away he was…. I knew when I got up that he wasn’t around and I always keep my cats inside at night or when we’re not around. He had gotten out on our upper deck and jumped down and wandered across the street where some kitty thugs beat the daylights out of him. He was within calling distance but was so traumatized and beat up, even when I finally went where she said and found him – he wouldn’t even look at me. I’m a believer, at least in my pet psychic. I’m sure there are scammers out there, but my lady finds lost animals for free -so why would she lie?

    Since that time my cat has stayed in the yard pretty consistently! He hisses at everyone strange, though.

    • Wow, that is a good but sad sorry. Well, I am pleased you have counter argued what I have written and that your was found and has recovered.

      How common are “kitty thugs”? I have never heard that term before. It is almost like you are describing a well established group of people.

      I like your comment. It supports the idea of “pet psychic” or was she just smart and worked it out from what you said and the terrain?

      My current stance is that I want scientific proof but that does not mean I don’t believe in a spiritual approach to life.

  6. Many years ago Jonathan Ross had a pet psychic (Sonya Fitzpatrick?) on his show. I remember being very impressed by her at the time, however I’m older and more cyncial now.

    Michael I agree that clairvoyants are clever people. They rely mainly on body language, commonplace names/events/illnesses and the eagerness of the participants to unwittingly volunteer information. (Derren Brown did a very interesting TV expose on the subject.) I don’t doubt that animal psychics work on a similar premise and the animals can hardly speak out to contradict them

    • Michele, I am pleased you agree with me. It is interesting because there is no doubt that one day science may explain things like telepathy and spiritual happenings.

      For me these things can exist and they may well exist.

      I’d just like to have an explanation that makes sense.

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