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        03-15-2013, 12:44 PM
      #31
    Green Broke
    ^--10 likes? Lol

    I'll be back next tuesday to give my story as I have an appt all set up. (: I think it'll be well worth the $30 for 15 minutes.
    Especially since she already knew my horse was a dark bay in a paddock..I don't think I can go wrong with Kathy, lol.
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        03-15-2013, 01:06 PM
      #32
    Green Broke
    I recommend you hang on to your money, geeze wake up and smell the coffee. You are being conned. This con game persists because of gullible people. Nothing to do with not understanding or believing in it. Get offended all you want. Its ridiculed by rational people because it is ridiculous.
         
        03-15-2013, 01:15 PM
      #33
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    Did your friend never convince you that red tile in a super market was made of lava? Have you never shrugged and bought a scratch-off lottery ticket? Have you ever been jumpy after a scary movie? Have you ever bought a ticket to a magic show?

    Even if it is just a con, a fake, or just fun, people are allowed to spend their money on it, believe if they want, have a laugh, or even be angry over the experience. Who cares? It is not your money they are spending. If you don't want to do the same, then have at it. Go spend your money elsewhere. I am sure you purchase things other people would deem a waste as well.
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        03-15-2013, 01:20 PM
      #34
    Yearling
    The offense is not through "I don't believe", the offense is coming from rudely mocking those who do believe.

    There is a difference between stating an opinion and why you have that opinion, and openly mocking and degrading others for having a different opinion and degrading something they do believe.

    I hold no offense to people who don't believe in it.

    I held an enormous amount of offense to the "ommmm" comment for nothing other than:

    A.) It was extremely rude
    B.) It was USED to be extremely rude
    C.) It has nothing to do with the topic, but was used to make fun of people.

    The funny side (to me) is that animal communicators and Buddhist Monks don't have much in common, so it goes to show just how uneducated people are in their attempts at being rude and obnoxious towards the practice. The "AUM" chant is for meditation and prayer.

    Learn before you wanna mock. It won't make you anymore appropriate, but at least you won't look ridiculous for putting two totally unrelatable things together in an attempt to be inappropriate.

    I learned "respect" in kindergarten.

    You believe it or you don't. No offense on either side. I will take offense if you do offensive things.
         
        03-15-2013, 01:53 PM
      #35
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Joe4d    
    I recommend you hang on to your money, geeze wake up and smell the coffee. You are being conned. This con game persists because of gullible people. Nothing to do with not understanding or believing in it. Get offended all you want. Its ridiculed by rational people because it is ridiculous.
    Personally, I find myself to be an extremely rational person. BUT, there is more than what our eyes see. I can tell when there's a "presence" around me. Maybe you can't, but I can. I know others who will lie that they can, and I know people who really can. Just because you can't doesn't mean someone else can't.

    There is no possible way someone hours away from my barn could kniw that of the two bay horses at the barn with a star that the one in the paddock was dark and the light one was in the field. It's also a VERY low possibility that someone could know that a horse having pain in it's should was actually having pain in her shoulder. That's not a good guess, that's knowledge. The way everything was perfectly in line with how the horse is in real life is not just coincidence.
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        03-15-2013, 03:09 PM
      #36
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Joe4d    
    I recommend you hang on to your money, geeze wake up and smell the coffee. You are being conned. This con game persists because of gullible people. Nothing to do with not understanding or believing in it. Get offended all you want. Its ridiculed by rational people because it is ridiculous.
    You know .... they said the same thing to the people who chose to believe in Christopher Columbus before he "sailed off the edge of the flat Earth."

    Just sayin'.


    Also interesting how you think equine chiropractors are con artists. Most rational people don't agree with you there because we know the medical benefits an equine chiropractor can provide.

    So "rational" has nothing to do with it.

    I dare you to call Kathy George and still hold the same opinion you do after you talk to her.

    It's just like people saying they don't like peanut butter and pickles .... yet they've NEVER tried it.
         
        03-15-2013, 03:10 PM
      #37
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    It's just like people saying they don't like peanut butter and pickles .... yet they've NEVER tried it.
    I love peanut butter and pickle sammiches!
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        03-15-2013, 03:31 PM
      #38
    Yearling
    My question is, after you have had a reading, how do you go back to daily ho-hum existence? I'd be second guessing everything wondering if my horse was happy, content, pissed, wished to be elsewhere,.....

    I do find this fascinating. I just wonder how it works. What is the horse "sending" the communicator? Mental images?

    Then are animal communicators also able to see other spirits and paranormal activity?
         
        03-15-2013, 03:37 PM
      #39
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    Animals think in emotions and pictures Sahara, so yes.

    As far as animal sensitives seeing spirits and other entities, it depends. Not everyone has the same abilities, and that goes for sensitives across the board regardless of their gifts.
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        03-15-2013, 04:38 PM
      #40
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    I really don't know if I believe in Animal Communicators or not, or if I do believe in them, whether I think its a good idea or not. Either way, I'm too chicken to have my little mare read ;) I'm fairly sure that all she'd have to say to me is a long line of words far too inappropriate for her young foal's ears...and definitely not lady like! XD That little gal has got a mare-i-tude so big I wonder sometimes how she lives with herself. I'm sure she's got a mouthful for me and I'd rather just go on believing that she's NOT a demon spawn plotting my death, but rather my cute, fuzzy little angel in the making...LOL
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