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Life Arts    H3'ed 9/23/21

Magnetic Alignment Enhances Telepathy

Message Fred Gransville

I have been writing about Hunter and Kai at OpEdNews, two dogs who can be directed consciously or unconsciously using the self-aware hippocampus part of the brain to find someone at a new location that neither the dog nor the handler know, or to find a location that is stored in their owner's long-term memory [2] with one, or all of the 3 Tele's:

 Telepathy is the ability to transmit words, emotions, or images to someone else's mind.

 Telekinesis is the ability to move objects through mind power.

 Teleportation refers to transporting yourself or your mind to a location miles away from you in fraction of seconds.

I have taken videos of over twenty tests that demonstrate that Hunter isn't "finding" by scent, and that he isn't another Clever Hans getting non-verbal clues. [3]

The most convincing video is when Hunter found my daughter hiding in the Topanga Mall in Woodland Hills, CA. To eliminate any explanation other than telepathy I paid Samuel "Buck" Allen, Head Trainer Custom Canine Unlimite d to analyze the video and confirm that no scenting or tracking was involved. Click here if you want to watch the video and/or read the report.

The 3 Tele's require a connection [4]

Hunter is not connected to my daughter; therefore, I would theorize that what happened was that her hippocampus, which is connected to my own hippocampus, told me where she was hiding, and my hippocampus then told Hunter the location, and finally Hunter determined the route, or my hippocampus told Hunter both location and the directions that allowed him to find her in the Topanga Mall.

I question that my hippocampus told Hunter the route because I would not consciously take the route he took; and in fact, he took a route that I didn't even know existed to get to where she was hiding.

Kai and Hunter Find McAdam Ct

You can watch the video about the "find it test" that both Kai and Hunter performed on Youtube, but right now just look at the map and the route they took to McAdam Ct. [5]

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The route both dogs chose was identical and involved going "around the block" to the location.

The route would never be the one you would take, at least consciously, to get to McAdam Court from where we parked our truck.

Furthermore, both dogs took the same route "to return to the truck" and that would be the route anyone would take to get back, straight back down Laro drive to where the truck was parked. [4]

I have observed the "around the block itinerary" signature of a "finding test" numerous times.

If I were telling Hunter where to go, consciously or unconsciously, then the directions would take him directly to the location.

The hippocampus seems to be just giving the dog the GPS coordinates, and not any directions.

The article in life science, Dogs may use Earth's magnetic field to take shortcuts is about GPS-equipped hunting dogs that take a curious north-south jog, which seems to help them get their bearings suggests dogs may have an additional, albeit hidden-sensory talent: a magnetic compass. This magnetic compass appears to allow them to use the Earth's magnetic field to calculate shortcuts in unfamiliar terrain.

What if the curious "around the block itinerary" is related to a hidden-sensory talent: a magnetic compass? [5]

Dogs may have a built-in variation of the GPS that bees, birds and other animals used to navigate, that can explain the unusual routes, never shortcuts, that they navigate in the unfamiliar terrain of my "find it tests."


[1] I have conducted a number of field experiments with Hunter that support the theory that our sub conscious mind, the hippocampus part of our brain, plays a part in telepathic communication.

The hippocampus is thought to be principally involved in storing long-term memories and in making those memories resistant to forgetting, though this is a matter of debate. It is also thought to play an important role in spatial processing and navigation. The amygdala is specialized for the processing of emotion, while the hippocampus is essential for episodic memory. ... Amygdala and hippocampus can operate independently and interact in subtle ways

[2] Long-term memory is divided into two types: declarative (explicit) memory and non-declarative (implicit) memory. Explicit memories include all of the Memories that are available in Consciousness. The stories and videos about my dog finding locations telepathically has been published at Opednews.

[3] We can also eliminate that his success at "finding" is not "an inevitable consequence of my mind searching for causal structure in reality, so that I can learn and adapt to my environment."

[4] I wrote the article, We are All Connected Including Whales and Dogs, that referenced Bernard Beitman, a visiting psychiatry and neurobehavioral sciences professor at the University of Virginia who wrote Connecting with Coincidence: The New Science for Using Synchronicity and Serendipity in Your Life.

[5] I verified Hunter did not get there by scent, It is possible my hippocampus has an unusual GPS but I doubt it.

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