How Whales Engineer Climate


 

“When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.” – John Muir

When whales were at their historic populations, before their numbers were reduced, it seems that whales might have been responsible for removing tens of millions of tonnes of carbon from the atmosphere every year. Whales change the climate. The return of the great whales, if they are allowed to recover, could be seen as a benign form of geo-engineering. It could undo some of the damage we have done, both to the living systems of the sea, and to the atmosphere. This video was created as a gift to humanity by Chris and Dawn Agnos. uploaded with permission. Sign up to watch more videos http://sustainablehuman.com/videos/ Official Landing Page:https://sustainablehuman.tv/?remix=ho… DONT FORGET TO LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, click the bell button next to the subscribe button to receive future videos, AND SHARE AROUND with friends, family and social media if you enjoy my content. STAY TUNED FOR THE NEXT VIDEO! subscribe for project updates and full research articles at https://www.patreon.com/Liftingtheveil

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Eagles Destroy Corporate Drones, Cost Mining Company More Than $100,000


Drones owned by one of the world’s largest gold mining companies are being destroyed by native eagles, costing the company thousands of dollars.

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Mining is one of the most destructive forces currently on the face of the planet. Mines, since the Industrial Era, have poisoned the environment and its workers alike. Gold mining is particularly destructive as its waste carries mercury and cyanide, which are typically used to extract gold from rock. These potent neurotoxins persist in the environment, poisoning the soil, and contaminate water supplies permanently. Gold mining also releases hundreds of tons of elemental mercury into the air annually. In addition, this type of mining is considered particularly destructive because of its wastefulness – over 20 tons of rock and soil must be “treated” and then dislodged to produce enough gold for a single ring. Recently, in the US, the toxic consequences of gold mining were on full display when the Environmental Protection Agency’s incompetence in cleaning out an abandoned gold mine turned the Animas river orange after heavy metal-laden mining waste drained into the river. Before this tragic accident, the EPA had reported that 40% of Western US watersheds had been permanently contaminated by mining.

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Now that gold mining is not as common as it once was in the US, many other countries have been exploited by gold mining firms in its absence. One of these countries is Australia. Mining in Australia is a major industry with gold mining in Western Australia alone generating over $10 billion every year. However, some of the gold mines there have been experiencing a costly and unexpected problem as nature has apparently decided to fight back against its incursions. Drones that are used to survey the territory around gold mines are being destroyed by native wedge-tailed eagles. Rick Steven, a mine surveyor in the region, said that he had lost nine of his Trimble UX5 drones to eagles, which he labeled “the natural enemy” of drones. After the attacks began, Steven camouflaged his drones as baby eagles. However, the ruse only worked temporarily as 50 flights later the eagles realized the disguised drones were not what they seemed. Each of these drones costs an impressive $20,000, meaning that gold mining companies are losing money fast thanks to the eagles’ intervention. One of these companies, Gold Fields, has already lost over $100,000.

This isn’t the first case of animals fighting back against the degradation of the environment in recent months. Less than a month ago, a herd of wild buffalo appeared out of nowhere in a seeming show of support to the Native Americans and their allies protesting the Dakota Access pipeline. The buffalo, who are considered sacred by the Sioux tribe, appeared by the thousands in a stampede that interrupted a confrontation between protestors and police. After the event, many speculated that the buffalo had appeared to show their solidarity with the protestors and indicated that nature was fighting back against exploitative corporate practices. Hopefully, these acts of defiance from the natural world will inspire people to follow their lead in taking a stand against the corporations destroying the planet.

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Homesick Dog Escapes From Shelter Trying To Unite With Previous Owner


Security video caught Ginger, the German shepherd, climbing to the top of her kennel and breaking free.

“Everybody believes she was trying to make her way back to her old owner because she was found close to where her old home was,” the shelter’s manager Gina Whiteside said.

Ginger busted out only a few hours after her former owner dropped her off at the shelter because he could no longer take care of her.

The 2-year-old dog opened three doors to get out, left teeth marks on a door handle and proof that where there’s a will, there’s a way.

“As she was coming out he door, what we saw is this quick little glance back at the shelter saying: ‘See ya!’ ” Whiteside said.

During Ginger’s great escape, she set off the shelter’s motion sensors, which alerted security.

“The staff came in. There were phones off the counter. Everything was kind of messed up,” Whiteside said.

That was because Ginger jumped onto the counter and stopped to pose for the camera.

“We just want to honor the owner’s wishes. It was difficult for him to turn her in and make that decision. Now, our job is to find her a home that’s going to be permanent,” Whiteside added.
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Andrew Bartzis – Animal Allies – Spirit Healers, Dreamtime Guardians and Voices For The Animal Hive Universe


Note: Mind-blowing information from Andrew Bartzis, Galactic HIstorian on our brothers and sisters from the animal kingdom, on their purpose as companion spirit’s and the healing/teaching/protection they bring to our lives. In-joy! {~A~}

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Animals have played a big part in the lives of people as far back as there are records, no doubt long before that. As the short clip included from Michael Tsarion illustrates, Andrew shares relative to their pureness of which is KNOWN. The awareness of the depth of relationship, however I would forward to be an aspect of our Race Amnesia Andrew talks about often. Which, as usual he adds dimensions to the nature of their role in one’s life. With the context to what Andrew shares here, I know I have been in the presence of such relationships. I hope it also clarifies to you what you may not have perceived until now yourself. And, the amazing things occurring all around all the time…..

Also include:

Animal Allies physical traits from being in Psychic Battles Protecting the Sacred Space of Bonded Human, Animal Healers, Taking on Burdens, Reciprocation of their Love and need for it, The importance of Communication, The use of Crystals for their Defence, Energy Hygiene, Sacred Feminine Warrior, Soul Connection through Lifetimes, Animal Teachers, Astral Animal Spirit Warriors, Dream Lodge, Moon Lodge, Soul Groups inc Animal Spirits, Animal Council Spirit Teachers, Region Totem Protector, Animal Community Ambassadors, Animal Hive Universe, Unified Dreamtime and much much more…..Enjoy

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Truly remarkable! Bird revived back to LIFE by another bird


This is the heart-warming moment a stubborn bird saved his friend’s life by trying to revive it after it hit a window.
The scene, filmed in Saudi Arabia, was posted on LiveLeak by a baffled eyewitness.
It shows a nervous robin slapping its wings as he tries to give its pal – who lies unconscious on its back – the ‘kiss of life’ to revive it.
It is believed the other robin was knocked out by flying into a glass window.
The generous bird does not give up on his friend’s life and keeps stroking it with its beak – but the robin does not move and lies on its back unconscious.
The first bird then changes tactics and tries to move the fallen robin to turn it around.
Finally, slowly, the bird starts flapping its wings and regains consciousness.
The last peck sends the injured bird flying, followed by his saviour.

Firefighters Dig Until Dawn to Rescue Underground Dog


Could it be that when you name a dog “Tiger” you can expect him to be especially territorial? Well, perhaps that’s why this dog in Gulfport, Miss., decided to race down the street in pursuit of a neighborhood cat. Only problem is, there’s something just as dangerous as quicksand in the concrete “jungle” and it swallowed poor Tiger just as quickly.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

Tiger fell deep into a concrete culvert pipe near the intersection of Mississippi Avenue and Tyler Street around 9 p.m. one evening, and it wasn’t until residents exhausted their own resources that they decided to call for help at around 3 a.m. the next morning.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

Gulfport Fire Department Battalion Chief Chris Henderson, along with seven other firefighters and a pair of workers from the public works department, began working together to extricate the dog.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

It was a tedious rescue because the pipe was far too narrow for any rescue worker to fit through, so the team had to cut their way through the pipe.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

“We counted the joints in the pipe to estimate the distance, then walked off the distance on the top above the ground,” Henderson told the local ABC News affiliate.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

The firefighters dug down and then drilled holes to locate Tiger before bringing in a concrete saw to cut through the pipe and reach him.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

By 7 a.m. Tiger was pulled to safety and reunited with his guardian who planned to take him to the veterinarian as a precautionary measure although the dog appeared unharmed.

Credit: Chris Henderson of Gulfport Fire Department/ Facebook

http://www.care2.com/causes/firefighters-dig-until-dawn-to-rescue-underground-dog.html

Purina Sued for Allegedly Killing 4,000 Dogs With ‘Toxic’ Food


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We love our pets. Our dogs are members of the family. To many of us, they are one of the kids – the furry one. But are we as careful with what we feed our pets as what we feed our children? Frequently, ads for pet food claim that they have “real” food, but the ingredients end up being things like wheat gluten meal, animal by-products, and corn by-products. Nestle’s Purina Beneful brand, one of the most popular brands of dog food, is currently facing a class action lawsuit claiming their food caused serious health issues or even death in over 3,000 dogs. A little digging into consumer reviews of Beneful comes back with story after story of dogs suffering from massive internal health issues. Maybe it’s time to start looking more closely at the food you’re feeding your dog and start replacing the chicken by-product meal with actual chicken.



What’s the Deal with Conventional Dog Food?

There are many dog owners waiting for the decision in the class action lawsuit against Beneful. Reviews from dog owners who have fed their dogs Beneful have similar distressing symptoms. These dogs develop incontinence, internal bleeding, liver malfunction, and seizures. There are two ingredients that are potentially causing the most damage. The first is propylene glycol, a chemical used in antifreeze that nevertheless has been approved by the FDA for dog food and other products like salad dressings and cake mixes. Propylene glycol has caused products to be banned in Europe. It is considered less toxic than the ethylene glycol usually used in antifreeze, but it’s still a chemical you don’t need your dog ingesting.

Another possible cause of these dog poisonings is mycotoxins from improperly stored grains. With the widespread incidences of liver failure cited in the lawsuit, it makes sense that this is being caused by toxins. Dog foods contain large quantities of grain from multiple sources, so the testing for contaminated ingredients is inconsistent and ineffective. Lax testing and regulation coupled with the tendency of large corporations to meet the bare minimum standards for quality makes it more than possible that Purina Beneful and many other dogs foods contain mycotoxins. Several consumers report that their Beneful products had maggots. Many of the symptoms reported by pet owners are consistent with mycotoxin poisoning. Because conventional dog food relies so heavily on grains, without extensive regulating, the threat of mycotoxins will always be there.

 Is Homemade Dog Food the Answer?

It’s interesting to note the ways in which food for dogs mirrors our food. Conventional dog food brings to mind fast food – cheap and easy. What would happen if we put as much care into our pet’s food as we do into ours? It sounds like a lot of work and a lot of money. Even so, reading the stories from Beneful customers who have had to rush their dog to the vet, watched them suffer, or found them dead is sobering. Does the time and money balance out in the end?



Check the ingredients in your dog food. Avoid animal by-products, excessive grains, sugar, and preservatives. Making your dog’s food at home allows you to feed them a balanced diet of whole foods with any chemicals or preservatives. Mix raw, organic vegetables and organic, grass fed ground meat like beef or bison in a food processor. You can use a variety of vegetables (no onions, though!) and also add extras like eggs or avocado. If your dog is having health issues, homemade food can make all the difference in the world. Check out Cancer cure (for dogs only). We also give all of our dogs (and humans) in the family, Total Nutrition Formula. Your pets are important members of your family. Why not show them a little extra love with a better quality of food?

Sources:

http://www.nydailynews.com

http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com

http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com

http://www.onlynaturalpet.com

http://www.consumeraffairs.com

http://www.thedailybeast.com

About the author:
Kristina works at Green Lifestyle Market. A few years ago Kristina was no stranger to illness, but she decided to pursue health and vitality through natural means when she became pregnant. She quickly learned that she could prevent morning sickness and other common ailments other pregnant woman experienced with the right diet. After a healthy home birth, and a beautiful child, she never looked back. Kristina has not had so much as a cold since, and at two years old and unvaccinated, neither has her child. She’s passionate about natural health, environmental conservation, and raising her healthy baby without pharmaceuticals.

Original Source

http://complete-health-and-happiness.com/purina-sued-for-allegedly-killing-4000-dogs-with-toxic-food/

Woman Adopts 21-Year-Old Cat Abandoned By Owner, Creates Bucket List Full Of Adventures


At the sunset of his life, 21-year-old cat Tigger was left behind by his owner at a local veterinary clinic. Depressed and disoriented, he couldn’t comprehend why. But then Adriene Nicole showed up. She read his story on the Canton Neighbors page and chose to adopt him. She wished to provide him the love and care he deserved.

Unfortunately, Nicole shortly found out that Tigger had kidney failure and a tumor. But that didn’t hold Nicole back: “Though he has kidney failure and we found a tumor, he kicks it like a 12 yr old. We decided to create a bucket list full of random adventures [for Tigger],” she wrote on Facebook.

“Though it might not be much to others, all the little trips outside are a blast for him because he loves to be outdoors… the beach being his favorite so far,” she said. “The most important part is that Tigger’s story just shows how amazing it is to adopt a geriatric pet and give them the best remaining days! He has forever changed our hearts and will hopefully change the hearts of others when it comes to adopting older pets!”

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Little Girl Feeds Crows; In Return, They Bring Her Gifts


This amazing story caught my attention, having little girls of my own that love animals and birds, it is always nice to read little stories like these were reciprocity exists between different species on earth. In this case a little girls that feeds crows and the crows show their appreciation by bringing back little tokens. She’s been collecting them.

 

Like many kids her age, 8-year-old Gabi Mann from Seattle has an interesting collection of treasures. A yellow bead, one blue earring, a tiny light bulb, a paperclip and a rusty screw. But unlike many kids her age, Gabi didn’t collect these treasures herself. They were brought to her by crows.

Yes, you read that right. Like Cinderella, Gabi has bird friends that bring her gifts on a regular basis.

It all started quite by accident. As a toddler, Gabi was prone to dropping her food as she walked along. Soon, the crows were keeping an eye on her, and swooping in to pick up the pieces whenever she dropped a morsel. As Gabi got older, she began sharing her school lunch on the way to the bus stop. It didn’t take long before the crows lined the street to greet her bus each day.

 

Then, in 2013, Gabi decided to do more than just share the scraps of her lunch. Each morning, she began filling a birdbath with fresh water, and setting out food — peanuts, dog food and general leftovers — for the birds to eat. It was then that the gifts from the crows started to appear.

Her collection also includes a miniature silver ball, a black button, a faded black piece of foam and a blue Lego piece. She stores the treasures that the crows bring to her in a bead container, with each gift carefully itemized and labeled.

What’s Gabi’s most prized treasure? A pearl-colored heart. Because Gabi says that’s the one that shows just how much they love her.

You can listen to Gabi and hear more about her story on The Bittersweet Life podcast.

 

http://www.offgridquest.com/life-stories/little-girl-feeds-crows-in-return-they-b

Dogs Are Able To See Magnetic Fields


by Sean Adl-Tabatabai

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Dogs and other primates are able to see magnetic waves, scientists reveal

European scientists have discovered dogs and some other primates are capable of magnetoreception – the ability to see magnetic fields.

Scientists say that the molecule responsible for being able to see these magnetic fields has been found in the eyes of dogs and other animals.

Gizmodo.com reports:

Cryptochromes are a common group of light-sensitive molecules that exist in bacteria, plants, and animals. In addition to regulating circadian rhythms, these specialized proteins enable certain animals, such as birds, insects, fish, and reptiles, to sense magnetic fields, allowing them to perceive direction, altitude, and location. Humans are incapable of magnetoreception. Some mammals, like bats, mole rats, and mice, appear to have this sense, but the extent of this capacity among other mammals is largely unknown.

Now, in the first study of its kind, researchers from the Max Planck Institute and several other institutions have investigated the presence of the mammalian version of this molecule, called cryptochrome 1, in the retinas of 90 animal species. Researchers found this molecule in the blue-sensitive cones of dog-like carnivores, such as dogs, wolves, bears, foxes, and badgers, but not in the eyes of cat-like carnivores, such as cats, lions, and tigers (felines have their own unique way of looking at the world). Among primates, researchers discovered the presence of cryptochrome 1 in orangutans, the rhesus macaque, the crab-eating macaque, and others. The details can now be found in Nature Scientific Reports.
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Though it’s considered a “sixth sense,” magnetoreception is tied to an animal’s visual system. Magnetic fields activate cryptochrome 1 in the retina, which the animal “sees” as the inclination of magnetic field lines relative to the Earth’s surface. Because the active cryptochrome 1 is located in the light-sensitive outer segments of the cone cells of the mammals, the researchers suspect that it’s assisting with magnetoreception, and not circadian rhythm management or some other visual capacity.

It’s not immediately obvious how mammals like dogs and primates use their magnetoreception, but foxes may provide a clue: When hunting, foxes are more successful at catching mice when they pounce on them in a northeast direction. For primates, this built-in compass may help with bodily orientation, or it could be a vestigial evolutionary trait that’s largely unused.

The next step will be to prove that these mammals are truly leveraging the power of cryptochrome 1, or whether the molecule is performing other tasks in the retina.

 

http://yournewswire.com/dogs-are-able-to-see-magnetic-fields/

Animal Ascension Symptoms


By Steve Clayton, 04/11/2016

Ascending Schumann Resonance

Many online articles and videos talk about the energy shifts that are happening now, and specifically, how the Earth’s ascending resonant frequency is affecting humanity. What most of these references do not mention is how these changes are also affecting our animal friends. Animals, domesticated or wild, have a much stronger link with Mother Earth that most humans. It stands to reason, therefore, that they are experiencing ascension symptoms of their own.

Ascension Symptoms in Animals

Does it seem as though your animal companion has suddenly aged overnight? Does he suddenly appear to be arthritic (i.e. stiff movement; struggling to climb stairs)? Does she lack energy or, conversely, have bouts of hyperactivity? Is your fur baby restless at night, but exhausted during the day? If the Veterinarian certifies that your pet is in good health and can find no cause for these symptoms then, chances are, they are ascensionrelated.

Animals, like us, have individual personalities and react to the changing energies in their own way. Some are choosing to go Home or is debating the pros and cons of riding out these changes. Others are frightened, becoming more possessive of the people in their life, or becoming more anti-social, and even aggressive, as they struggle to make sense of what is happening to them. Couple that with the changes they see in us and it is no small wonder they are acting differently than they used to.

Typical Symptoms

  • Arthritic movement / Stiff joints / Muscle cramps
  • Lethargy and/or Hyperactivity
  • Interrupted sleep / Nightmares / Restlessness at night / Increased sleep during the day
  • Acts like they’ve been shocked (i.e. wakes up suddenly and bolts from the room)
  • Voracious appetite interspersed with refusal to eat
  • Nausea, vomiting, upset stomach
  • Dehydration
  • Anxiety / Aggression / Timidity
  • Depression / Loss of interest in favorite activities
  • Increased need for exercise

What You Can Do to Help

As a responsible pet parent, the best thing you can do is to be more understanding, patient, loving and kind. Exercise or play with them. Sit with them. Massage, rub or scratch them. Basically, engage in any activity that strengthens the loving bond you have with your animal friend. This will help keep his world in balance, and will do wonders for you as well!

Healing Exercise

Take a few moments a day to place your right hand over your pet’s heart/heart chakra, and then channel all the love you feel for her into her heart. You can add the intention of calming her, ridding her of fear and any blocked energies she may have. Think of this as giving her an energetic tune-up. You can help each other make it through the ascension process.

About the Author: Steve Clayton is a Naturopathic Consultant and Vibrational Energy Master who heals people and animals worldwide. He and wife Kim Hutchinson run ClayhutHealing.ca and the Riverview Holistic Fair. Steve is also a member of the Alliance Professional of Naturopaths and Naturotherapists, and is the former P.R. Director for the Moncton Holistic Chamber of Commerce. For more information, or to book a healing for your pet, visit www.clayhuthealing.ca 

Incredible Photos Document Secret Lives of Street Cats


Editors note: This post is a Care2 favorite. It was originally published on October 1, 2014. Enjoy!

In the U.S. alone, there are an estimated 70 million stray cats living on the streets. Mysterious and misunderstood, one couple are on a mission to show the world that these animals deserve our compassion.

Using Photography to Change the World for Feral Cats

Husband and wife team Elizabeth and Jason Putsche have spent the last five years compiling a stunning collection of photographs documenting the unseen lives of outdoor cats. Founders of Photographers For Animals, a nonprofit organization which uses film and photography to inspire positive change for animals, the couple are dedicated to raising awareness of this pressing issue and sharing the stories of these individuals that have been often maligned by our society.

Vilified, scrutinized and grossly misunderstood, while there are many unsung heroes that feed, care and advocate for feral cats, the general consensus surrounding these felines is one filled with misconceptions.

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“Many people draw a distinction between their pet cats and cats that live outside, but they are really the same,” says Elizabeth Putsche, founder and executive director of Photographers for Animals. “The care and compassion we give our animals at home should be extended to these cats, even if we can’t pet them. Each has a personality and individuality — and each has a story to tell.”

Through their captivating photographs, the Putsche team aim to bring feral cats into focus, showing their beauty and bonds with each other, as well as their chameleon-like abilities to acclimate to all types of surroundings, be it rural, suburban, urban or industrial.

“There are a lot of misconceptions about community cats,” says Putsche. “We want people to see them as they truly are — independent, healthy, loved, and thriving outdoors.”

Is There a Place for Feral Cats in Our Communities?

Many people argue that the street is no place for a cat, but those out there on the front lines working directly with these animals beg to differ.

Cities and shelters across America have experienced great success with Trap-Neuter-Return programs. This humane and effective approach works by trapping, neutering, vaccinating and eartipping (removing the tip of their left ear while under anesthesia so they can be identified) cats, before returning them to their outdoor home.

While catch and kill advocates cling to outdated thinking and hyped up stories, scientific evidence has proven that feral cats live healthy lives outdoors and don’t spread disease to people. Opponents to TNR also blame feral cats for wildlife decline, but humans are by far the biggest threat to species loss.

Its Time to Stop the Killing

Out of the 70 million stray cats that populate our streets, on average, only 6 to 8 million ever make it into the shelter system, and the majority of those that do rarely make it out alive.

Putsche says, “Nationally, over 70 percent of all cats that enter shelters are killed there — on top of that, feral cats are not socialized, so they can’t be adopted.”

Cats have been living outside on their own for 10,000 years, so why does that have to change now? Despite what critics say, with TNR programs and colony care, we can happily co-exist with the cat colonies that inhabit our neighborhoods.

We need to stop pointing the finger at feral cats, and instead take a hard look at our own actions and what we can do to change the way we impact the world and the animals with whom we share it.

To find out more about what you can do to help feral cats, check out Alley Cat Allies.

Photo Credit: Jason Putsche

Awaken Academy Guest Series: Anna Breytenbach, Animal Communicator


http://awakenacademy.org Victoria More (Awaken Academy Mystic) interviews renowned animal communicator Anna Breytenbach in this unique and awe-inspiring call which opens up a whole new world of relationship and connection. Anna shares fascinating stories of her communications with animals and leads a meditation to help others connect with an animal of their choice.

Anna is a professional animal communicator who’s been practicing for 12 years in South Africa, Europe and the USA with both domestic and wild animals.

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Animal Communication 101 (FULL CLASS) Stasha Eriksen


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The Art of Animal Communication with Penelope Smith on Beyond Words Presents


Penelope Smith is a well-known pioneer in the field of interspecies communication, author of the popular books Animal Talk and When Animals Speak, and editor of the quarterly magazine Species Link. Her visionary work has been featured around the world. Communicating with animals telepathically throughout her life, Penelope Smith discovered that animals could be relieved of emotional trauma and other problems through the same counseling techniques that help humans.