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post #1 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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SO there is this lady that i have heard alot about that does animal telepathy (mainly horses) and for my birthday my sis bought me an appointment with her that was 20 min long. She communicated with my horse one Monday and here are the questions i asked and the answers i got:

Q1- Are you uncomfortable in any way?
A1- My belly itches (there were gnats)

Q2- Do you have any advice for me on how i handle or ride you?
A2- You have a very energetic seat which sometimes makes it difficult for me to understand your que's.

Q3- What is your goal (thing you like doing) in riding?
A3- I really like the trails and i think i can outlast most other horses! (i'm thinking about doing some endurance now because of this)

Q4- Any other horses you want to be pastured with?
A4- The small brown gelding in the pasture next to me (his name is Deon)

Q5- (this hads been something i have wondered about for a long time) Why do you swish your tail alot when i ride?
A5- I get excited

Q6- Do you like the new training/trainer?
A6- I really like it because it makes me think, i just wish it were a little shorter!

Q7- What do you think of me as your owner?
A7- (this response made me happy :)) I really enjoy your company, i think we make a good team, i get excited when i see you! You do pick (dirt out of his fur) at me alot when i am just grazing.

He said some other stuff to:

I think the other dominant horse has jealousy issues! (I cannot believe he thinks that LOL)

I want to be put on a hoof supplement because my soles are soft and that's what is causing abcess's!(we are now putting him on a supplement)

I get kind of stuck when i try to get my right lead, because i am sort of stiff on my right side, i also think my hips are uneven ( a chiropractor can fix this and will be coming)

There is something that is annoying me on the inside of my mouth on the right side. (He said it wasn't painful just annoying, we just switched bits so i don't know if thats causing it??)


so that was what he said! I was really suprised this lady was so legit, i was very skeptical at first because it was through the phone, but she picked up on him not getting his right lead immediately! She had no prior knowledge about him at all! This is her website!

Animal Communication

She is a very nice lady!!

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post #2 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 05:00 PM
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If you don't mind my asking what questions did the lady ask you before she started talking to your horse?
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How does your horse know what endurance is?
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post #4 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 06:26 PM
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How does your horse know his colors? Know what a hoof supplement is? I wouldn't put too much stock in this, honestly. Not knowing you at all, I could have made most of those answers up.
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post #5 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 06:38 PM
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I believe that for every real medium there are 1,000 con artists and I am also certain that your animal communicator was one of the con artists.

Nothing you asked her or the answers she gave can be backed up in any way.

Your horse obviously has a right lead canter problem - if this is so then the chances are that it is his left hip that is wrong and not his right and, probably misaligned in his right shoulder to counter balance the misalignment in his hip.

There - if I am correct, does that make me a horse communicator?

Several years ago friends, with more money than sense, brought a woman from the US to the UK to read their horse as he was refusing to race.
According to this woman he wanted several changes in his life. These were carried out but the horse still refused to keep his side of the bargain.

This woman came with my friends to see my horses. At the time I had a horse that was seriously ill with an unknown virus. He was 5 years old and had been sick for about a year. His coat was dull and he was not happy.
This communicator stopped and said that he was happy he was living with me as he had been galloped into the ground and jerked in the mouth when jumping by a rough heavy man.
No one said a word, my expression did not change and I let her continue with the biggest load of rubbish anyone could possibly spout.
At the end of it I told her that the horse had never lived anywhere else. I had birthed him. He had never been galloped or jumped and no one but me had ever ridden him.
Give her due, she immediately said that all this was in a previous life the horse had lived.

I am known for saying what I mean and said exactly what I thought of her readings.

I knew what was wrong with the horse she was brought over to read, and, when the horse was warned off for not starting he came to me to see if a seasons fox hunting would freshen him up.

He was misaligned, that was sorted easily. He was a worrier and had been hassled when he showed a lot of promise jump racing.
When I took him out fox hunting everyone set off and he went into reverse! It took him about six hunts before he realised what fun it was. I had him for two seasons and point to pointed him and had no problems with him starting. He went back into training with a different trainer and won several good races.

Believe what you want, I certainly would not believe what you were told.
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post #6 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 06:40 PM
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We have a lady here who does this as well. She's an equine massage therapist and has told us things about the horses she shouldn't have known about.

One example is the other day the horse I ride, Skip, got himself cast in his stall. He was fine and managed to get himself out before we got in. The next day, the therapist came out and told us that he had gotten stuck in his stall and it scared him. Nobody had mentioned this to her and yet she still knew it.

I was skeptical at first but I must admit she blew my mind with some of the other things she's said about the horses.
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post #7 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 06:43 PM
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I kind of agree with equiniphile, thats why I asked the OP what questions the lady asked before she gave the reading. At this years horse expo a friend and I had a reading done on our horses by a horse communicator. At first I was amazed by what she told me but when i thought about the questions she asked me and my friend before she gave her reading it seemed very possible that she was going by what we told her and was telling us what we wanted to hear.I really do want to believe in this but I am just not convinced yet.
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I agree with everyone saying that was crock of bull. And over the phone too, that makes me even more skeptical....
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post #9 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 08:28 PM Thread Starter
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Ok i see where you are all coming from and he actually didn't say hoof supplement and endurance, he said that he didn't feel it was the ferrier causing the abcess's and she could feel from his body somehow that it could be something in his diet and a supplememnt may help. He said he feels he can "outlast" most other horses on the trail which makes me think he would like to do endurance! With the hip thing he did say his left is messed up not the right and he only feels stiff to the right because he does'nt bend that well on that side! Sorry i didn't make that clearer!

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post #10 of 21 Old 05-30-2012, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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She started out by just asking his name, age and location! which gives nothing away! She knew about alot of things she probaly shouldn't have unless she was real. we also had another lady at our barn that used her and she told them the horse said that all the horses make fun of the man who "talks to himself when he feeds" at first they had no idea what that ment until the BO said that the stable hand that feeds sings while he feeds the horses!

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