For hundreds of years, many people throughout the world have claimed to have some kind of psychic ability, beit telepathy or being able to communicate with the dead, but recently a team of expert scientists in London have announced they now believe most animals also have some special skills. Any ghost hunter worth their salt knows not to go in a room in which a dog refuses to enter, so this could be the proof believers have been waiting for.
After testing around 500 different animals ranging from cats, dogs, dolphins, birds and even fish, a paper was released last week claiming to suggest that out of all the species tested, over 80% showed signs of extrasensory perception. Canines are probably the most skilled according to the scientists, although most other testees produced impressive results. There were around 12 different experiments performed, nearly all of which were under laboratory conditions over a 2 year period.
We Caught up with the Man Who Leads the Team, and he told us:
“From the findings we’ve published over the last few days, it should be obvious that more research needs to be done into this kind of thing. Our results show that animals are using alternative forms of communication that are not related to sounds or actions, and this leads us to believe they must be utilising what modern psychics refer to as the collective consciousness.”
There has been some opposition from other teams who’ve performed similar experiments in the past and who concluded no telepathic elements were involved, but nobody is quite certain why such a large percentage of the animals tested showed signs of mental communication. Dr Stephen Guy, a leading animal psychologist has been quoted as saying:
“The results do look impressive, but as they’ve never been achieved before after years of working in the field, I’m a little sceptical and refuse to get excited just yet. My team has been in contact with the scientists concerned and we’ve set up a meeting for next week in which we will be allowed to examine their methods and see for ourselves whether anything untoward could have happened. I sincerely hope I’m wrong on this because I’d love to think animals had psychic abilities.”
Anyone interested in finding out about the abilities psychic mediums claim to have can visit TheCircle.com to read more. This is a website that pairs people up with telephone clairvoyants who are experts within their field, and could well help to uncover some information the vast majority of people are unaware of.
So, it’s still a little too soon to accurately answer the question posed in the title of this article “do animals have psychic abilities”, but it certainly looks like we could find out for certain within the next few weeks. This story is attracting attention all over the world, so make sure you keep updated with all events as they unfold.
Who knows, maybe the final results could tell us a little bit about how we humans could also utilise this collective consciousness for our own good.