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post #1 of 13 Old 06-28-2010, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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Is this a load of bull??

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I just wanted to know because this woman came out and "communicated" with my friend's old horse.... it makes me wonder....
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post #2 of 13 Old 06-28-2010, 07:20 PM
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Some people believe in animal communicators, others don't. Some people are spiritual, some are religious, and others aren't. You'll get a lot of people saying that animal communication is a load of crap, but there are some people that truly believe in it.
What do I believe? I think that there are so many unknowns in this world that some people might have a sense and be able to communicate with animals while others are unable to.
There is no harm in a person using an animal communicator; it's their money, their time, their animal - getting an animal communicator out is hardly the worst thing they could do. If it puts the owner's mind to ease, or helps the owner in any way, then perhaps it's beneficial.


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post #3 of 13 Old 06-28-2010, 07:22 PM
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Well, I personally believe that anything that has to do with psychics or seances is a load of bull and a rip off, but some people swear by it.

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I know two people who had an animal communicator out to see their horses. One was a skeptic. Both were dumbfounded by how much the horse "told" the communicator. They both gave info that was in no way formerly revealed, things like an arthritic joint or an old injury, time line things involving a new or former pasture buddy. It was kind of creepy. Sure got me interested.

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A friend of mine used an animal communicator on her horses, and she swears by it now. I'm still a skeptic, but if I had the extra cash absolutely burning a hole in my pocket and I didn't have any other items I wanted to spend it on (I'm a self proclaimed tackaholic) then I wouldn't hesitate to get this gal out.


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I am generally a skeptic, but I ahve often thought of trying it to judge the results for myself. I figure there is nothing to lose - one day when I ahve the money spare I daresay I will try it. I just won't tell my dad!

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I'm a skeptic about it, but I have a little bit of money and I want to see if she really can do this... if she can't ill sue her :) haha just kidding
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I believe some people have talents other people don't. World is full of strange things, which don't have any reasonable explanation, so I'm not skeptical about people's abilities. However I'm VERY skeptical it's possible to do over the phone without personal contact and feel. $50 for 1/2 hour phone blah-blah-blah is just wow!
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Im skeptical. I've seen a lot of people come into the barn to do stuff to horses then they said stuff that I literally laughed at, stuff compeletly crazy.
But there have been some people that have visited the barn that have said stuff that im like: 'oh, wow, well, that actually makes a lot of sense!'

So I think there IS people out there that fake/make stuff up for sure. But maybe some people DO have special talents. I don't know, im still skeptical ;)
But it never hurts the horse, so im fine with it :P

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I think the majority of these people are just very perceptive. Its honestly a gift that some people have and others don't. I too would be tempted to have someone out...i sure would like to know what Nico *really* thinks about me! LOL Im too afraid to bring her out because I can't handle the truth!
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