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Monthly Archive for November, 2012

As a clairvoyant, I have information coming in all day, every day.  A lot of it is emotion.  People think they feel their feelings in a vacuum but in reality all that stuff goes somewhere and I’m here to tell you, it’s everywhere. Nothing rings my bells like being in a crowd:  all those messy […]

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Be careful how you interpret the world–it is like that.  Erich Heller I’ve been thinking a lot about animals and the concepts of innocence and helplessness. Many of us extend ourselves to homeless pets and there’s a certain amount of powerless language involved. After all, they were “abandoned”. We learn that they were “neglected”, or […]

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Jock Starts Talking

was pretty easy but after awhile he began to talk.  It wasn’t exactly talking, it was a soft growl. Someone decided he was just communicating and it sure didn’t seem like a threat so things went on like that. I didn’t see him very often so it was of no consequence to me until later. […]

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He was big and red, short hair, one blue eye and one brown.  Plucked from the flood in New Orleans in August of 2005, Jock was athletic and impressive. Truly, he viewed like a veterinary anatomy lesson, the week they studied the musculature. He came to Colorado in a big truck with a bunch of […]

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Here’s an example of how pets help us in not-so-obvious ways. In my early days I was hired to help a woman with her dog. It seemed Rover had suddenly begun to lick at himself and as time went on his fur began to thin until finally he was bald in spots. Food was replaced, […]

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Henri does not care for your pagan ritual.

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I said I’d review some books about animal communication/psychic development and discuss them on my site.  So yesterday I trotted off to the library and began to read. Okay, here’s where you’re going to see my prejudices come out.  No sooner had I opened the book and there it was:  “the Animal Communicator New Age […]

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