Is there such thing as psychic animal communication? What is it about our animal friends that melt our human hearts? The uncanny connection between a person and their beloved pet is a unique and special one. When we are sad they often appear to share in our grief. When we are happy they are ecstatic. They seem to know our emotional state, even mimicking it. Is a bark human to dog communication?Many believe animals can instinctually read our body language but new research seeks to prove that there is a psychic connection as well.
Although the relationship between humans and animals has been studied since the late 18Th century, recent studies show that the human-animal bond releases Oxytocin, also known as the “love hormone.” It’s the hormone that bonds mother and child. It’s the unconditional love stuff rarely felt. Oxytocin is released in both humans and animals mainly when prolonged eye contact is made. According to researchers the connection is deeply and emotionally mutual. With such a stronghold, it’s no wonder we can telepathically communicated with our furry counterparts. Scientists have coined the term for this anpsi, short for psi-animal. Many animals may have extraordinary anspi abilities. Abraham Lincolns dog was howling and racing around the white house shortly before he was shot. Was his pooch a psi-animal?
Researchers at the Rockland State hospital conducted an experiment. Using copper lined rooms so neither sound or vibration could be sensed. They put hunting dogs in one room and their human owners in the other. The human owners would be shown pictures of birds they would typically hunt and with a pretend air gun shoot at them. The isolated dogs in the other room would simultaneously wine and bark. It was concluded that there was a likely level of telepathic communication. Dr. Karlis Osis of Duke University put kittens into a maze and gave them mental commands. He found the kittens with whom he telepathically helped got through the maze much faster than the ones he did not mentally instruct.
Another study done by Cambridge scientist, Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, documented over 5,000 case studies. He found in 117 cases of dogs and 62 cases of cats who when their human counterpart was away from home and either fell ill or died, their pet would howl or whine and act frantic. He found 32 instances of people who although were miles away knew when their darling pet was ill or had just passed. In another study 1,000 dogs and over 60 cats began reacting minutes before their human companions came home.
Having three dogs and one cat myself I decided to try this last experiment out. Using a pet-cam so I could monitor them, when I was a few blocks from my apartment I mentally told them I was almost home. Almost every time, especially with my one pug who is very attached to me, they would wake from their slumber, sit up and attentively look around, perhaps for me. This is a fun experiment to try for those who have some type of a home surveillance system. I agree with Dr. Sheldrake who said, “There is a strong connection between humans and animals that lies beyond present-day scientific understanding.”
Animals also seem to have a sixth sense when it comes to ghosts. Their multi-dimensional instincts seem to effortlessly exceed ours. Pets acting strange are the salt and pepper of every good haunted house story. A few years back my dogs woke me in the middle of the night, barking loudly at little boy ghost who was sitting plain as day on the chair across from me. Oddly enough the ghost did not seem to notice my dogs or myself. To this day I believe he was my sons “imaginary friend.” My friend Sal Nicosia, who owns the haunted Shanley Hotel, has a fantastic story. Days after his cat passed away a ghostly apparition of his kitty was clearly caught on camera. According to Sal his cat bonded with one of the female ghosts on the third floor. I have recordings of what sounds like a cats meow while investigating there.
Pay attention to your animals. When I notice my animals acting odd, watching something I can’t see, I reach for my cell phone and record it. I often end up with orbs, (small balls of energy believed to be ghosts in their non-manifested form), interacting with my furry friends. The next time your pet is following or staring at something you can’t see, record it. You might be surprised by what you catch on film. Cats, who were once regarded as Gods in Egypt, are notorious for interacting with orbs. I have video taped many unmistakable orbs with my cat watching and following them.
Century old stories from across the globe tell fascinating tales of animals having telepathic abilities. At a Zoo in Illinois a 3-year old child fell 18 feet into the gorillas den and was knocked unconscious. A female gorilla named Binti cradled the child and brought him to the enclosed pen’s door and awaited help from the humans. Similarly, in New Jersey a male gorilla watched over an unconscious boy until paramedics arrived.
Jo Ann Altman, who had adopted a pot-bellied pig named Lulu, was in Lake Erie. She was in the midst of a heart attack when a man found her and called 911. It turns out her ever -grateful pig saved her life. Squeezing through the doggie door, across the campground and out into the middle of the main road, Lulu stood firm and waited until a driver finally stopped and followed her back to Jo Ann.
There are countless stories of Dolphins saving people. Dick Van Dyke has his own dolphin tale! He had fallen asleep on his surfboard and drifted so far out to sea that paddling back was impossible. He claimed a bunch of porpoises helped him back to shore.
In 2002 a 78- year old Australian farmer could not move after he slipped and broke his hip. It was five days before human help came but luckily for him his goat Mandy knew what to do. She curled up next to him, keeping him warm and let him drink her milk for nourishment.
Three lions saved a 12-year old Ethiopian girl who had been kidnapped for weeks. The lions stepped in, scaring the evil ones away and stayed with the girl until the police found her.
A collie mixed dog, Bobbie, was separated from his family back in 1923. Shockingly six months later Bobbie found his beloved family. He had traveled on his own for over 2000 miles from Indiana to Oregon.
Let’s not forget our fantastic feline friends. Recently in Bakersfield California, a 4-year old boy was riding his bike when he was bit in the leg and dragged down by a dog. His cat, Tara, fiercely ran after the large dog, chasing the culprit away from the boy she loved.
In a world often full of chaos and judgment it’s no surprise so many yearn for a loyal, unwavering love. In the United States over 60% of people have a pet. We feel safe confessing our deepest, darkest secrets to them. They always listen, never tell us we are wrong and seem to really understand our ups and downs. The next time you thoughtfully look deep into the alien eyes of your pet, there’s a good chance you’re also telepathically communicating with them. If so, luckily, your secrets are safe with them, for now anyway!