Pets, whether furry or scaly, are becoming the forerunners of modern-day scrying in the global psychic community
People have always been wondering if dogs, cats, swine, reptiles, and sea creatures can think or have a deep form of consciousness. This has led to numerous scientific researches about the true nature of animals.
While the rest are skeptical, psychics believe that animals are truly capable of going beyond the realistic laws and seeing the unseen. This gave way to the appearance of pet tarot cards and television shows dominated by psychic pets and their trainers.
One day, Andrea Gladstone and David Radis of Encino, California, have decided to learn more about the thoughts on their rescue dog’s head. This curiosity has pushed them to buy, “The Original Dog Tarot: Divine The Canine Mind.” This is a set of 30 cards and guidebook developed by Heidi Schulman, a freelance writer and former television news producer.
Curious, Gladstone and Radis spread the tarot card on the floor. Afterwards, they asked LoLa—the rescue dog—why she chewed up her puppy training book and the Dog Tarot Guide.
The answers came from LoLa’s card choices: The Cat, The Pack, and Justice. These cards stated that LoLa was insecure with her place in the new home. She wrecked the books to become more secured and check if any grudges were held.
“For me, it is more the fun of it than the life lessons to be learned. But I respect the tarot,” Radis said. “I have done one reading for each of my dogs and they were both spot on. I spread the cards out and ask the dog to touch the cards with their nose or paw.”
Not all refers to psychic books just for fun. Cathy, an entertainment paralegal in California, called on pet psychic Jocelyn Kessler to help her communicate with her 11-year-old lab Champ who fell ill. Jocelyn Kessler is the author of the “Secret Language of Dogs.”
According to Kessler, the dog communicated with her, allowing her to see the needed veterinary care. Aside from that, she specified that Champ needed fewer injections.
With that, Cathy was able to surround Champ with his favourite plants in his final days.
A concrete research about consumer spending on dog mind-reading and behavioural check is still non-existent, but a report from the American Pet Products Association has stated that Americans have spent $53 billion on their pets. This includes $4 billion on services unrelated to food, supplies, and pet care.
This simply proves that pet owners spend a lot to learn more about what their pets think. Kessler’s session alone—available at $350—has been a popular choice and her book was displayed prominently on airport bookstore shelves.
Sonya Fitzpatrick, another pet psychic who used to have a television show on Animal Planet, recently hosted two workshops costing $500 per attendee, promising to help owners deal with known pet problems. Both workshops sold out well.
Like Kessler, Fitzpatrick can communicate with animals since she was a child. She also respects the privacy of her clients. Fitzpatrick does her consultations through phone, only requiring clients to send pictures of their pets.
“The pet can be anywhere. Telepathic communication works no matter where you are,”
Despite their abilities, Kessler and Fitzpatrick are only limited to unveiling the communication lines between clients and their pets, excluding direct pet medical care advice.
Source : http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/06/12/pet-owners-increasingly-t_n_3430495.html