Animal to Animal Telepathy


There has been much study on Telepathy in the animal kingdom. Many have experienced telepathy from human to human. Some have experienced telepathy from pets, both sending and even on rare occasion receiving. There are so many studies that show it is not coincidence or explainable by probability. In fact the statistics are so strong that after reading only a few studies and pitting that against your own observations in your ego-centric life experience that any normal human would have to agree.

Now then let me tell you of a theory of mine. It relates to the ability to send and receive thought or signals from one animal to another and perhaps to other species. In my theory I believe that the brain, which is working at a higher level or frequency is able to send better and than the brain working at a lower level. In lower levels it is better to receive thought. In other words the easiest time to receive is when one is a sleep. Now then lets us take both the paranormal theories of the collective consciousness and the current studies being done at MIT, Stanford and other places with telepathy. It appears when joining into the collective consciousness it is best to be a low theta state of mind.

Many would disagree with the theories of sending at higher rates of cognition in the beta or hyper beta realm, yet it appears that you can send information when you mind is running at higher RPMs. Yet there appears to be much advantage at the higher frequency level, in retrieving information stored in the faithful servant side of the brain when at higher Beta Frequencies. If one is drinking caffeine it is often interesting to watch them recall facts very quickly in observing conversations almost to the point of being on a game show. If you watch two people talk both drinking coffee you will see a much faster, detailed type conversation under rapid fire of neurons.

The reason I believe that a brain going at faster Beta waves can send information better has to do with my experience racing motorcycles and in riding on the street. At times I was able to send a thought such as; "look here" or "don't pull out of that driveway" and instantly the driver would stop and look. I got so good at it that I could tell it was me doing it. Even when the wind was blowing the other way and the driver had the air-conditioning and radio on, they did not hear me. This even occurred at times when I was going very fast, but coasting out of gear. Now then other experiences I have had, have been when out running or jogging, when the heart rate was high, not from adrenaline of the motorcycle or the rush of oxygen in combination in the body; but rather from high cardiovascular exercise rates where I could signal to local wildlife on a trail, do not worry, I am just going to run by. Small Squirrels, rabbits or even watchdogs would just watch and stand there as I went by. I could also signal guard dogs to not bark, but they would come running up to the fence to watch me job by. Other times I would send out threatening thoughts to the animals and they would go berserk and try to get over the fence to attack me.

It appears that when you are in hyper beta frequency ranges you can command events to occur or even people to call you that you know. You can send out thoughts to animals or people and even invade the collective with thoughts you wish to get out, information. If you have ever been at a large concert is seems the music is playing into the collective and the excitement seems to allow those on stage to collect the energy and stay in hyper beta, maybe even more so if they are on drugs, thus the send of information thru music is so powerful as they generally are also sending out emotion, which everyone who is there, is freely open to collect.

It also appears to be able to send out information to the collective if you are in hyper-beta while most others are in low or extremely low frequency states of sleep, this too has been my observation. If a dog, cat or parrot, which have all been documented to pick up thoughts from their owners sometimes hundreds of miles a way and they are running on lower frequencies than humans, then this theory makes sense. There are hundreds of thousands of cases of telepathy being picked up by animals from humans and only a few rare cases of humans picking up telepathy signals from animals. Generally these rare cases are from distressed animals at a time when their systems, bodies and mind are in hyper status for them. Animals with bigger ranges in their brain waves seems to have the greater number of cases from animal to human. I will also recommend this book to you:

"The Sense of Being Stared At and other aspects of the extended mind" By Rupert Shelrake.

So, then after studying this and pitting it against your own observations you might come to my conclusion that hyper Beta helps in sending telepathy to others. For receiving it appears to be best for unification of the collective of minds to be at very low frequencies. However two people of similar frequencies in close proximity seem to be able to communicate with a minimal amount of difficulty fairly easily with practice. Anyway think on all this.

"Lance Winslow" - If you have innovative thoughts and unique perspectives, come think with Lance; www.WorldThinkTank.net/wttbbs





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