This is Gris Gris two minutes after the quake hit the East Coast. He trotted down our long driveway north of NYC, very excited to greet me driving up. Normally, he never goes anywhere near a moving vehicle and fortunately hubby was there to escort everyone safely indoors. While Gris Gris was clearly impacted by invisible tremors, it was Merlin who acted the most out of character. He appeared more agitated and grumpier than usual in the morning. His dad however, noticed him acting odd on his walk just before the quake hit. Merlin insisted on going to an area where he hasn’t been to in years and sniffed the ground nervously. There happens to be a fault line that runs near here. Coincidence? Perhaps not.
Of course I’m joking about Gris Gris reading a crystal ball but telepathy is no joke. All animals communicate telepathically via electromagnetic forces or energy. It’s how animal communicators like myself connect to animals with transmissions of images, sounds, symbols or sensations. Electromagnetic forces are emitted before an earthquake and most animals can detect disturbances. If left to their own devices, animals will flee to safety, as they did during the Indian Ocean tsunami and the recent tsunami in Japan.
It’s why some dogs and cats get spooked during a thunderstorm. It’s also how some lost animals miraculously find their way back home traveling hundreds or thousands of miles. Not all animals are as tuned in, and not all humans are obviously psychic, but we all have the ability to hone our innate intuitive skills for improved communication with our own species and with animals.