Owen K Waters – Biologist Rupert Sheldrake did enough research on the intuitive powers of pets to fill an entire book. It was called, “Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home: And Other Unexplained Powers of Animals.”
In it, Sheldrake documents extensive cases of animals’ telepathic communication, awareness of distant events and precognition of danger. His book was written before the December 2004 tsunami which hit the coasts in Southeast Asia. In that disaster, more than 300,000 human beings lost their lives, yet the wild animals all knew to move to higher ground before the tidal wave appeared. In the coastal cleanup, not one wild animal was found drowned.
Pets read the minds of their owners and they also transmit mental pictures, but few pet owners are aware of this. Often, the idea is simply too strange for them to entertain. A former neighbor of mine was a retired family doctor. He was perplexed that his dog insisted on walking on one particular side of his quiet side street and would always refuse to cross over to the other side when the owner wanted him to. One day, he was telling my wife about this mystery and she said, “Why don’t you ask the dog why he does that? Use telepathy.” Continue reading “Pets and Telepathy”