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A Case for Animal Telepathy

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  • Shay
    This came from the most recent edition of the OM Newsletter. Very interesting article I wanted to share. Love and Blessings, Shay HOLISTIC ANIMAL CARE A Case
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      This came from the most recent edition of the OM Newsletter. Very interesting article I wanted to share. Love and Blessings, Shay
       

      HOLISTIC ANIMAL CARE

      A Case for Animal Telepathy by Marilyn Schlitz / Spirituality & Health Magazine
      If the reports are accurate, N�kisi, a five-year-old African gray parrot, has a vocabulary of 550 words. Not only does he know a lot of words, but he speaks in sentences and responds meaningfully to what�s happening around him. He uses the word �I� appropriately, and seems to have a sense of self. He also makes grammatical errors of the kind children make, suggesting that he�s using implicit grammatical rules. He invents new phrases, such as �pretty smell medicine� to describe the aromatherapy oils used by his owner. And the parrot appears to associate photographs with the real person or object. When N�kisi met primatologist Jane Goodall, he recognized her immediately, having seen her pictured with apes, and asked, �Got a chimp?� Goodall described the parrot�s eagerness to converse with his owner as an �outstanding example of interspecies communication.� While this sort of communication is remarkable for a creature with such a tiny brain, the parrot�s story is even more provocative. According to his owner, Aimee Morgana, he seems to respond to her thoughts and intentions telepathically. For example, she once dreamed of pressing a button on a tape recorder. At that moment, the bird woke her up by saying, �Press the button.� Read more about N'Kisi at http://www.sheldrake.org/nkisi/.

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