A woman who calls herself an animal psychic has shared some supposed truths about how our “interdimensional” pets interact with us.
While there is no concrete proof of animal whisperers truly being able to speak to pets in a unique dimension, Lori suggested that humans benefit from the psychic abilities of the animals we form connections with.
Lori Spagna is a supposed animal communicator and author of ‘Animals in the Afterlife’. Speaking on the Best of Coast to Coast podcast, she claimed animals speak a “universal language of energy”, meaning they perceive the world around them differently to humans.
For instance, Lori acknowledged that cats are “generally interdimensional”, suggesting: “They’re really great at identifying beings in non-physical interdimensional realms.”
She explained that this means cats are able to see entities that humans aren’t aware of.
“Cats are very good at absorbing them so that they don’t interfere in their humans’ lives,” she claimed.
“Typically the cats are like carriers for a little while with them, and then they help them get moved on and moved out.”
And for pet owners devastated about the loss of their beloved companion, Lori also had some reassuring news, claiming that animals remain with their human guardians in the afterlife.
“I’m of the belief that we never die; we transition out of our physical forms. So the animals are the same… just like us, when they transition out of their physical form, their consciousness continues,” she said.
“Many times animals – especially animals who live with their humans – tend to be guides for at least some time, for their humans.”
Lori related that this means animals remain with their owners in the afterlife, saying: “They’ll stay for as long as they typically feel that the human needs them, or that they can be of service to the human.
“So even if they transition, they’ll still feel connected to the human for a long time, provided that the bonds are strong.”
These extrasensory abilities, the animal psychic explained, are what enables animals like dogs and cats to be able to sense illness in the humans around them.
“This is why animals can be so effective in serving humans who might have physical diseases, because they can identify body temperature changes, hormonal changes,” she continued.
“We know that when animals just use their sense of smell, they can identify all kinds of information about either the human or the animal that they’re smelling.
“So this is why they can identify if someone’s sick, or if someone needs medical care, this kind of thing.”
As well as discussing the relationship pets have with their owners, Lori also touched on the supposed interaction animals have with the universe itself.
“All animals have purposes, and information and energy depending on their unique species, they have a particular role”, she described.
For instance, she said, “elephants are keepers of the records of the Earth”.
She added: “When you learn to communicate with any animal – and if you communicate with an elephant – they can share with you information about the Earth’s history.”
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