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Paranormal pets

  1. 1. Brandy Stark, PhD Oct. 16, 2015
  2. 2.  Started with the Paranormal Pugs Page  ugspage.html
  3. 3.  Now:  “Paranormal Pets” podcast on   Shadow Animals: Animals-Home.html  Paranormal Pets Page:  anormal-Pets-Page.html  Paranormal Pocket Pets: odents.html
  4. 4.  Animals were observed and assigned to supernatural statuses fitting their nature  Dogs: Because of their ability to find dead things, then consume them, they were able to sense ghosts; they became the guardians between the world of the living and the dead  Cats: Egypt associated them with healing, thus sorcery; they have dual personalities so can be dangerous (used in spells to curse others); Nordic: Freyja (health, love, healing) had a chariot drawn by cats; eventually became associated with the demonic by medieval Christianity  Rodents: West: Associated with plague (Apollo, god of plague, mice), Black Death East: Intelligence, movement (Ganesh’s vehicle), food bringer (China and Japan).
  5. 5.  Cat.  Black cat: Europe, good luck. America, bad luck. Killing a cat means to bring disaster. If a cat left the home, disaster is about to strike.  Dog.  OK, unless howling at the moon as you go by.  Hare.  Bad luck if one crosses your path.  Hedgehog.  Good fortune, especially if you meet one going in the opposite direction.  Horse.  Piebald is a good omen. But if you see its tail first, then bad luck will befall a friend.  Mouse or Rat:  A white or brown mouse is good luck, especially in love. Grey mouse = bad luck.White rat is good luck, black rat is bad luck.
  6. 6.  Animals can sense things beyond the norm with enhanced senses, instinctually-driven mind; humans can, too, but we are taught to disregard it  Animals as intelligent and self-aware  Animals as observant  Animals as having superior senses  Animals as enigmas  Animals as misread/folklore/misinformation
  7. 7.  Watching something in a room that cannot be perceived  Running from/avoiding areas  Wanting out of a structure/area  Acting as if interacting with someone  Acting out before/with a supernatural phenomenon  *Unusual behavior is subjective to human observation ▪ *Assumes no health issues with the pets ▪ *Assumes natural causes have been ruled out within reasons
  8. 8.  Animals are self-aware and thus able to have a consciousness beyond death  Animals reincarnate (soul/mind)  Hinduism, Buddhism  Animals have souls  Nature/animism: Tribal religions -- mystical and divine  Shared souls: Judaism  Humans project the animal ghosts  Freud/grief  Most ghosts are pets, not food animals and rarely wild animals
  9. 9.  Dogs = up to one year after death  Cats = up to 6 months after death  Others: Various 1916, Arthur Springer, retired ScotlandYard 2015, submission to PPP, security camera
  10. 10.  GhostWhale (1 time account, Japan)  Bakekujira  Mongoose (1 time account, Isle of Mann, 1931)  Gef  Shadow Animals  Shadow Animals Page
  11. 11.  Books of animal ghost stories  BriefTV show (not recommended)  Submissions to websites  Urban Legends  Morris the Cat, Gulfport ▪ cat.html