Monday, June 26, 2017

The Beast of Gevaudan, Terrifying Werewolf Encounter.

 The Beast of Gevaudan

Sightings  of the beast took place between 1764 - 1767

 La Bestia de Gavaudan is a name given to a large man eating wolf like creature that is said to have terrorized the former province of Gevaudan Now known as department of Lozere and part of Haute - Loire in the Margeride Mountains in south-central France from 1764 to 1767 over an area stretching 56 by 50 miles....

The beasts were consistently described by eyewitnesses as having many large teeth and immense tails. Their fur had a reddish color, The head was  wolf like with darker brown fur, short stright ears, a wide chest with white fur gaping jaws and a thick long tail, the back paws were large and long according to some witnesses, they appeared to be hooves like a horse, well the front paws were shorter covered in long fur and had six claws on them the creature was also  said to have emitted an unbearable odour.  Once when the beast was seen crossing a river, it raised itself up on it's hind legs like a human and waded across, The creature was said to make a sound closer to that of a horse  neighing then a wolf howling, also low growls  like that of a dog scared of in pain...

It was also very strong and fast, sometimes being seen in different locations very far apart on the same day, during hunting it would crawl so low to the groung that it's belly almost touched the dirt.

One Shepard even claimed the beast could stand up on it's hind legs and was strong enough to lift a full grown sheep with it's  arm's.

Another strange fact worth mentioning is that measurements of distance between footprints show that the beasts were able to clear  up to 28 feet  well running on level ground

They killed their victims by tearing at their throats with their teeth. The number of victims differs according to source. De Beaufort (1987) estimated 210 attacks, resulting in 113 deaths and 49 injuries; 98 of the victims killed were partly eaten. An enormous amount of manpower and resources was used in the hunting of the animals, including the army, conscripted civilians, several nobles, and a number of royal huntsmen.

All animals operated outside of ordinary wolf packs, though eyewitness accounts indicate that they sometimes were accompanied by a smaller female, which did not take part in the attacks

The first attack that provided a description of one of the creatures took place on June 1, 1764. A woman from Langogne  saw a large, lupine  animal emerge from the trees and charge directly toward her, but it was driven away by the farm's bulls.

On June 30, the first official victim of the beast was Jeanne Boulet, 14, killed near the village ofLes Hubacs, not far from Langogne.

On September 21, 1765, Antoine killed a large gray wolf measuring 31 inch's high, 5.6 ft long, and weighing  130 lb. The wolf was called Le Loup de Chazes, after the nearby Abbaye des Chazes. It was agreed locally that this was quite large for a wolf. Antoine officially stated: "We declare by the present report signed from our hand, we never saw a big wolf that could be compared to this one. Which is why we estimate this could be the fearsome beast that caused so much damage." The animal was further identified as the culprit by attack survivors, who recognized the scars on the creature's body, inflicted by victims defending themselves

The wolf was stuffed   and sent to Versailles where Antoine was received as a hero, receiving a large sum of money as well as titles and awards.

However, on December 2, 1765, another beast emerged in La Besseyre ain Mary, severely injuring two children. Dozens more deaths are reported to have followed......

The beast also seemed to target people over farm animals, many times it would attack someone while cattle were in the same field.

On January 12, 1765, Jacques Portefaix and seven friends, including two girls, were attacked by the Beast; they drove it away by staying grouped together. Their fight caught the attention of King Louis XV, who awarded 300 livres  to Portefaix, and another 350 livres to be shared among the others. He also directed that Portefaix be educated at the state's expense. The King had taken a personal interest in the attacks, and sent professional wolf-hunters, Jean Charles Marc Antoine Vaumesle d'Enneval and his son Jean-François, to kill the beast. They arrived in Clermont - Ferrand   on February 17, 1765, bringing with them eight bloodhounds which had been trained in wolf-hunting. They spent several months hunting wolves, believing them to be the beast. However, the attacks continued, and by June 1765 they were replaced by François Antoine (also wrongly named Antoine de Beauterne ) the king's  harquwbus bearer and Lieutenant of the Hunt. He arrived in Le Malzieu on June 22.

he killing of the creature that eventually marked the end of the attacks is credited to a local hunter, Jean Chastel, at the  Sogne d' Auvers on June 19, 1767. Later novelists (Chevalley, 1936) introduced the idea that Chastel shot it with a blesses silver bullet of his own manufacture. Upon being opened, the animal's stomach was shown to contain human remains.

Controversy surrounds Chastel's account of his success. Family tradition claimed that, when part of a large hunting party, he sat down to read the Bible  and pray. During one of the prayers the creature came into sight, staring at Chastel, who finished his prayer before shooting the beast. This would have been aberrant behavior for the beast, as it would usually attack on sight. Some believe this is proof Chastel participated with the beast, or that he had even trained it. However, the story of the prayer may simply have been invented out of religious  views of the time.

Various explanations were offered at the time of the attacks as to the beast's identity. Suggestions ranged from exaggerated accounts of wolf attacks, to a werewolf possibly multiple werewolfs, or even a punishment from God.

Jay M. Smith, in his book "Monsters of the Gevaudan" suggests that the deaths attributed to the beast were more likely the work of a number of wolves or packs of wolves.....

Richard H. Thompson, author of Wolf-Hunting in France in the Reign of Louis XV: The Beast of the Gévaudan, contended that there can be satisfactory explanations based on large wolves for all the Beast's depredations.

Another explanation is that the beasts were some type of domestic dog or, a crosse between wild wolves and domestice dog's oon account of their large size and unusual coloration.[2] This speculation has found support from naturalist Michel Louis, author of the book La bête du Gévaudan: L'innocence des loups (English: The Beast of Gevaudan: The innocence of wolves). Louis wrote that Jean Chastel was frequently seen with a large red colored mastiff, which he believes sired the beast. He explains that the beast's resistance to bullets may have been due to it wearing the armoured hide of a young boar, thus also accounting for the unusual colour. He dismisses hyenas as culprits, as the beast itself had 42 teeth, while hyenas have 34.

Some cryptozoologists have suggest that the Beast may in fact have been a surviving remnants of a Mesonychild seeing how some witnesses described it as a huge wolf having hooves rather than paws and it was larger than any normal sized wolf will others still believe it was a hyena.

Other Werewolf like sightings.......

Beast of Gubbio (Italy), 1220–22,
Beasts of Paris (France), 1422,
 Beasts of Paris (France), 1439,
Beasts of Paris (France), 1447,
Beast of Riviera Benacense (Italy), 1457–1458,
Beast of Sabbio Churches (Italy), 1475,
Beasts of Lugano (Switzerland), 1500,
Beast of Bovegno (Italy), 1510,
Beast of Marmirolo (Italy), 1518,
Beasts of Bedburg (Germany), 1590,
Beasts of Varese ( Italy), 1593,
Beasts of Toulouze (France), 1605,
Beasts of St. John of Casarsa (Italy), 1625–1633,
Beast of Caen (France), 1631–1633,
Beast of Évreux (France), 1633–1634,
Beast of Ventimiglia (Italy), 1641,
Beasts of Gâtinais (France), 1655,
Beast of Fontainebleau (France), 1669,
Beasts of Oberviechtach (Germany), 1677–80,
Beast of Ansbach (Germany), 1685,
Beast of Orléans (France), 1691–1702,
Beast of the Benais (France), 1693–1694,
Beast of Palazzolo Acreide (Italy), 1695,
Beasts of Varese (Italy), 1704,
Beast of Orléans (France), 1709,
Beasts of Varese (Italy), 1714,
Beast of Ghemme (Italy), 1728,
Beast of the Auxerres (France), 1731–34,
Beasts of Neuville-les-Dames (France), 1738,
Beast of Benais (France), 1751,
Beasts of Vienne (France), 1751,
Beasts of the Lyonnais (France), 1754–1756,
Beast of the Avallon (France), 1755,
Beast of Chaves (Portugal), 1760,
Beast of Sarlat (France), 1766,
Beasts of the Périgord (France), 1766,
Beast of Cusago (Italy), 1792,
Beasts of Nièvre (France), 1794,
Beast of Chateauneuf-Brinon (France), 1796,
Beast of Veyreau (France), 1799,
Beast of Albiolo (Italy), 1801,
Beast of Busto Arsizio (Italy), 1801,
Beast of Novedrate (Italy), 1801,
Beasts of the Auxerres (France), 1807,
Beast of the Benais (France), 1808,
Beast of Como (Italy), 1808,
Beasts of Lenta (Italy), 1809–1815,
Beast of the Cévennes (France), 1809–1816,
Beasts of Roasio (Italy), 1810–1814,
Beasts of Buronzo (Italy), 1811–1815,
Beast of Breno (Italy), 1812–1813,
Beast of Orléans (France), 1814,
Beasts of Balocco (Italy), 1814,
Beast of the Benais (France), 1814,
Beast of Nettelhoven-Dernau (Germany), 1815,
 Beast of Trecate (Italy), 1815,
Beasts of San Remo (Italy), 1815–1816,
Beast of the Auxerres (France), 1817,
Beast of Bergamo (Italy), 1817,
Beast of Gysinge (Sweden), 1820–1821,
Beast of Corfinio (Italy), 1829,
Beast of Karelia (Finland), 1831–1832,
Beast of Pacentro (Italy), 1839,
Beasts of Tampere (Finland), 1877,
Beasts of Turku (Finland), 1880–1881,
Beasts of Kaunas (Lithuania), 1916–1917,
Beasts of Voronezhskiy (USSR), 1920,
Beasts of Kuibishevskaya Oblast (USSR), 1935,
Beasts of the Minsk Oblast(USSR), 1935,
Beasts of Lyubanskiy (USSR), 1936–37,
Beast of Bray Road (U.S.A), 1936-Present
Beasts of Domanovichskiy (USSR), 1940,
Beast of the Kirovskiy Oblast (USSR), 1944–1945,
Beasts of the Akhalkalakskiy-Bogranovskiy (USSR), 1945,
Beasts of Dagestan (USSR), 1945,
Beasts of Vladimirskaya Oblast (USSR), 1945–1947,
Beasts of Polenovskiy (USSR), 1946,
Beasts of Ludinovskiy (USSR), 1946,
Beasts of Kaluzhskaya Oblast (USSR), 1947,
Beast of Losinoostrovskoye (USSR), 1949,
Beast of the Kirovskaya Oblast (USSR), 1951–1952,
Beasts of Hazaribagh (India), 1981, Beasts of Ashta (India), 1985–1986,
Beasts of Khost (Afghanistan), 2005, Beasts of Naka (Afghanistan), 2005,
Beasts of Vali-Asr (Iran), 2005

There are a lot more sighting's then the one's posted here..........

Saturday, December 25, 2010

More Firestarter's


In 1882, in Paw Paw, Michigan, (All most  sounds like a certain song haha ......anyway) A 24 year-old man, named A.W. Underwood  came  to the attention of a  Dr L. C. Woodman. 

 Underwood had  an interesting power and he had to be careful  whenever he breathed, in order to avoid causing random fires. At first the doctor thought the stories were nothing more then lies or exaggerations, Until   Underwood himself, came in looking for help.

After some persuading Dr. Woodman finally agreed  to do a few tests, and to the amazement of himself and his and his  colleagues, Underwood was able to  do just as he had claimed, and to the best of there knowledge  the doctors  could not explain what was taking place . Doctor Woodman told the Michigan Medical News on ( September 11, 1882)

He will take anybody's handkerchief and hold it to his mouth rub it vigorously with his hands while breathing on it and immediately it bursts into flames and burns until consumed. He will strip and rinse out his mouth thoroughly, wash his hands and submit to the most rigid examination to preclude the possibility of any humbug, and then by his breath blown upon any paper or cloth envelop it in flame. He will, while out gunning and without matches desirous of a fire lie down after collecting dry leaves and by breathing on them start the fire..

Dr. Woodman himself stated publicly on many different occasions  that he was positive  Underwood's power's were real. 

After noticed that Underwood would  always  hold the cloth or other material against his mouth so that he could force his breath through it, and by doing so was then able to somehow focus and concentrate  whatever  power it was that lead to the flames, The doctors washed Underwood's mouth out with various mixtures, and told him to wear surgeon's rubber gloves  as a way to prevent him from cheating, but it never made any difference   the strange ability  continued to work the same  as it always had. 

Underwood had allowed himself to be tested for several  months, and,even though the finished  report was published in the "Michigan Medical News" and other similar journals, no one has ever came forward with an plausible  explanation for Underwood's paranormal fire-breathing power's.

Another interesting case was reported In 1927, by  then Vice President of the U.S, Charles Dawes. He   personally investigated the case of a car mechanic from Memphis, Tennessee, who's ability's were very similar to Underwood's, The man had the ability to set inflammable material on fire just by breathing on it. The man took General Dawes' handkerchief, breathed on it, and it caught fire. The man is now simply known as  the anonymous car mechanic.

Dawes and his colleagues decided that it was in fact something paranormal, and  not just some  kind of  trick, and to this day no reasonable explanation could be found, it was left unexplained. 

What's really interesting is that Underwood and the mechanic we're  both able to control there ability at will, most of the time, this kind of power usually  happens on it's own and at random times  or around poltergeist activity.

Poltergeist examples

In May 1878 at a farmhouse in Bridgewater, Scotland, strange fires started with no apparent cause, loud raps and banging  were heard and household and many items such as dishes and loaves of bread moved around . After a police investigation a servant girl named, Ann Kidner,  only 12 at the time, was arrested, and accused of tossing lighted matches, but was released by the magistrate because of insufficient evidence to hold her. 

Then in  October 1886, a 12 year-old boy named Willie Brough, of Turlock, Madison County, California, was accused of setting things on fire just by looking at the object,  and was expelled from School after five unexplained fires had started around him. His parents thought he was possessed by the devil and sent him away.......

The exact cause of these strang power's are still unknown............................

Friday, December 24, 2010

Poltergeist and Firestarters....

In November 1890, in Thorah, near Toronto, Canada, strange things started to happening around a 14 year-old girl named Jennie Bramwell, She was  the adopted daughter of a farmer, Mr. Dawson, and his wife. Jennie had been ill and gone into a trance, will in this trance she could be heard crying out 'Look at that!' well pointing to a ceiling which was on fire. Shortly after, to the amazement of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, she pointed to another fire. The following day numerous fires broke out around the house; as soon as one was put out, another started. In one instance while Mrs. Dawson and the girl were seated facing a wall, the wallpaper suddenly caught fire, Jennie's dress then burst into flames and Mrs. Dawson burnt her hands extinguishing the fire. Fires continued to break out in the house for a whole week. A report in the Toronto Globe, for November 9th,1890,  described charred pieces of wallpaper, which looked as if they'd been burned using a blazing lamp.  The situation soon  became unbearable, at one point all the furniture was moved into the front  yard, and Jennie was blamed for the fires, she was sent back to the orphanage shortly after..... With her leaving, the phenomena stopped.

The reporter from the Toronto Globe depicted her as 'a half-witted girl [who] had walked about the house with a match, setting light to everything she came across.' However, he had difficulty explaining exactly how the fire on the ceiling, and those on the walls had been started. Charles Fort, describing the case, commented wryly - 'I'll not experiment, but I assume that I could flip matches all day at a wall, and not set wallpaper afire.'

Then in January 1895 strange fires started in the house of an out of work carpenter named Adam Colwell in Brooklyn, New York. The fires were investigated by the police and firemen who witnessed furniture burst into flames with no apparent  explanation  and subsequently reported that the cause of the fires was unexplained. 

Thought the Fire Marshall suspected the Colwells adopted daughter, Rhoda, of  playing some part starting the flames. He stated that 'It might be thought that the child Rhoda started at least two of the fires, but she can not be considered guilty of the others, Because she was being questioned, when a few of them started. the Fire Marshall " I do not want to be quoted as a believer in the supernatural, but I have no explanation to offer, as to the cause of the fires, or of the throwing around of the furniture."

Mr. Colwell stated that on the afternoon  of January 4th will in the company of his wife and stepdaughter Rhoda, a crash was heard - a large, empty stove had fallen over, four pictures also fell off the walls. Shortly afterwards a bed caught fire, a policeman was called who saw wallpaper start to burn. Another fire started and a heavy lamp fell from a hook onto the floor. The house burned to the ground and the family, who had lost everything apart from their clothes, were taken to the police station. Captain Rhoades, of the Greenpoint Precinct said that he could attribute the strange fires to 'no other cause than a supernatural agency.'

However, a man named  Mr. J.L. Hope from Flushing, Long Island, went to see Captain Rhoades and told him that Rhoda had worked for him as a housemaid and, between November 19th and  December 19th, four mysterious fires had broken out. This was enough to convince the Captain of Rhoda's guilt in the present  case as well, and she was warned to admit the truth. Frightened, she admitted  that she had started the fires as she disliked the place she lived and wanted to get away. The girl had also knocked the pictures off the walls and dropped matches into the beds, continuing, even after the police, firemen and detectives arrived at the house.

Though the police Captain had previously thought the fires 'supernatural' he now had a natural explanation in Rhoda's now well-attested fire-starting tendencies. The New York Herald ran the story as 'Policemen and firemen artfully tricked by a, young girl.' 

So instead of investigating the fires in Flushing the Captain now satisfied that Rhoda had set the fires simply closed the case.

Sudden fire starting for no apparent reason seems to be connected with poltergeist activity along with the moving of furniture  and banging sounds.... Some, though not all, of the fire-starters seem to be orphans in unhappy situations, and this may, in some cases, explain the motive. But since the methods used to start the fires were  a mystery,  we are still left with the puzzle that certain people seem to posses a seemingly  paranormal ability to unconsciously start fires without any visible means.

high voltage syndrome, Caroline Clare, Vyvyan Jones, Jennie Morgan......

Static electricity  always seems to be stronger in the winter. 

But can you  imagine living with a high static  charge all the time, there are people who cannot go  near  computers, In part due to the excess amount of static electricity on there body's as well as a lack of control on there part, though  to be fair this ability can sometimes start and then stop just like that, leaving no time to train it.... People with High voltage syndrome can cause computers to shut down or malfunction. Others must  even be careful about something as mundane as  pumping gas because just one accidental  spark from their fingers can cause the pumps to explode and, possibly, kill them or others. Thankfully, most of us only have a small degree of static charge, but others are not as lucky....

People with "high voltage syndrome". are also  called "Electric People". or SLIders which stands for streetlight interference.....

A few well known  Electric people........

Caroline Clare, a 17 year old girl from London, Ontario. suddenly became ill in 1877, and rapidly dropped in weight from around 200lbs to only a mere 90 pounds. Caroline had strange unexplainable seizures that would allow her to describe places far from Ontario that she'd never been too. Her illness lasted until she was around 18-1/2 years old, but it did not end there.

Caroline's illness was replaced with strong electric discharges which in turn caused  her body to magnetize to the point that anything metal around her would stick to her body. Any metal object, including knives, would fly at her. The magnetic pull was so strong it would take another person to remove it

A girl named  Jennie Morgan from Sedalia, Missouri also had this strange ability. It was 1890 and Jennie was a  teenager at the time. Sparks would fly from her body in all directions, zapping objects as she passed them. people would also receive strong static electrical shocks when shaking her hand or  touching her . People stupid enough to try this would  usually end up unconscious. Jennie was not born this way and no explanation could be found as to why she suddenly was so  highly charged.

A man named Frank McKinstry also  from Missouri, suffered from high voltage syndrome. But in his case, for some reason  when he felt charged, he would have to keep moving. If he stopped, he would become stuck  to wherever  he'd stopped and could only be moved if someone else physically helped him to lift his feet.
 This strange phenomenon seems to effect people regardless of age  or gender, whether infant, teen, or adult, . One amazing case of an infant, born in 1869 in France, shot glowing bolts of energy from his fingers and would badly shocked anyone who touched him. The child only survived nine months, but at his death, a type of luminous aura was seen to surround his body.
In 1882 a six year old boy and two small infants we're also said to have had high voltage syndrome, the six year old boy gave off an strong shocks to anyone and anything around him. One of the infants was charged enough to light up a leyden jar just by touching it. The other infant could make any object that was close enough to him vibrate and was always surrounded by a soft white light visible to anyone who saw him.

 In February of 1976, a 12 year old boy named Vyvyan Jones from Henbury, Bristol broke his arm. For two days after his injury, his hair stood straight up on his head and he gave strong electric shocks to anyone around him. The television and lights were affected by his high voltage syndrome, flickering constantly until he left the room. Watches were also affected.He  was able to hold a light bulb in his hand and it would immediately light up. His phenomenon only lasted two days.

As if all this wasn't strange enough, There was another case of electric people/ high voltage syndrome in 1920. this time involving 34 prisoners.

All 34 inmates  had a bad case of  botulism. The poison obviously made them sick, but for some  unknown reason it also caused them to become highly charged with electricity, and for whatever reason the worse the poisoning was,  the higher the charge would become . Once they were completely recovered, they were  back to normal.

To this day it  is unknown as to what exactly causes this condition and the one's suffering from it often fill that they are alone, but there are around 30,000 - 100,000 people world wide that have it to some degree or another..... if you are one of them please fill free to send me a message i would love to talk with you about your experiences !



In 1982, an average teen named Benedetto Supino discovered something odd about himself.

One day while he was sitting in a dentist's waiting-room reading a comic book, when all of the sudden the book burst into flames right there in his hands......

Not long after, several reliable witnesses watched Benedetto set things on fire with nothing more than concentration but he lacked the ability to control his gift and lit more fires by accident than by consciously trying to.

One morning, he woke up  with his pajamas on fire he suffered severe burns. Soon after, his uncle just barley escaped serious injuries when a small plastic object he was holding began melting and bubbling as Supino stared at it. 

Furniture would also spontaneously light up in his presence.

Books and magazines began smoldering and small objects would belch smoke and begin to burn.

Even fuse boxes would suddenly catch fire when Supino was nearby.

His parents tried various medical professionals and specialists and at one point they even brought him to their archbishop but no one could help or explain why this was happening. 

Finally, he began seeing a parapsychologist named Dr. Demetrio Croce who helped train his concentration.

Today, Benedetto no  longer starts fires accidentally but the source of his ability still remains a mystery.

Thursday, December 23, 2010

electric people

SLIders phenomena stands for street lamp interference, it is the ability to interfere with the electric energy of a street light or other electric objects, whether by accident or  intentionally

Though to  spite of the name, SLIder phenomena is not only limited to street lights. Often people who with this  "ability" can't wear watches; they will stop working within a couple of days or weeks, regardless of how many new batteries are put in them. They also affect other electrical appliances such as headlights and alternators in car's, lights/light bulbs and computers. Light bulbs may blow every time a "SLIder" touches a lamp or a light switch. Computers may freeze up or experience other problems. CD players may change tracks suddenly whenever a SLIder is near. Magnetic phenomena may also manifest. For example, SLIders may be unable to use credit cards because the cards become unreadable after they've been carried on their person. Your irregular EKG is probably your energy causing the equipment to malfunction.

Those who share these experiences are often very relieved to hear that they are not alone. Most having spent years questioning what was happening, until eventually they were convinced that something unusual was going on, all independently report that high emotion plays a key role in such experiences. When they are upset, angry or simply very excited, the phenomena can really kick in though not always.

Super-charged bioenergy fields (auras) seem to be the cause. The human nervous system is chemical and electrical in nature. (Neurotransmitters are electrical impulses). When we are emotionally wound up, our nervous systems light up like a busy switchboard. While in most people this does not affect street lights, etc., in people who already have very high energy, getting revved up can boost them to a level where they actually affect electrical systems around them in noticeable ways. Many electrical appliances are easily affected or damaged by sparks of high voltage electricity. We might say that high energy people who are revved up send off "sparks" that trip or blow fuses.

As for what causes this, the theories vary. On the more  down to earth side of the spectrum, theorists suggest that these phenomena are entirely explainable in bioenergetic terms, though why some people seem to have higher energy than others, no one knows. As I see it, everything is related, so it's impossible to explain anything on a purely physical level.

Everything in the universe is energy. Everything that appears to be solid is in fact almost entirely empty space with patterns of energy running through it. Our bodies vibrate at a frequency of approximately 8 cycles per second, which is the same frequency as the Earth's electromagnetic field. Should our frequency become abnormally high or low, unusual things might begin to happen such as what i've describe in previous posts.

This shift in frequency could have a number of different causes. Many who have had near death experiences report SLIder phenomena afterwords. Other SLIders have been struck by lightning or suffered a major electrical shock at some point in the past...... In any case, it appears that something alters SLIders' energetic frequencies, thus causing unusual electrical phenomena.

It's important to note that electrical phenomena following the death of a loved one or following attempts at communication with loved ones in Spirit are often efforts by spirits to get our attention. Just as our own energy can affect electrical systems, so can the energy of spirits. In fact, working with non-physical energy/electricity is the easiest way for them to affect physical reality. Not all anomalous electrical manifestations are SLIder situations. (If you haven't yet i suggjust trying an EVP session evp stands for  "Electronic Voice Phenomena" and it's a way for spirits to communicate,More on this in later posts).............

At the same time, many "electric people" also report a high degree of psychic ability or related experiences. This only makes sense, since "high energy" means "high vibration," which is the foundation of psychic development.

In any case it is important to keep an open mind!

Truth is often stranger then fiction.

Vladimir Durov telepathic ability

Vladimir Durov telepathic ability....With just the power of his mind, he can seemingly command animals to do his bidding.

Vladimir Durov was a veteran performer in a Russian circus, and was by no means an ordinary animal trainer,  he claimed to use a remarkable method for communicating with his dog's - he was able to communicate with them through telepathy.

Professor W. Bechterev, head of the institute for the Investigation of the Brain in St. Petersburg, decided to test Durov's claim. Bechterev created a list of tasks that he wanted one of Durov's dogs to perform in a specific order, without any time for training. After hearing or reading the list of tasks, Durov went to his fox terrier, Pikki, took his head in his hands and stared straight into the little dog's eyes - psychicly transferring his thoughts directly into Pikki's brain. Durov released the dog and it immediately went about performing the assigned tasks. Thinking that perhaps Durov was giving the dog subtle clues with his eyes, the test was repeated with a new set of tasks, but this time with Durov blindfolded. Pikki still responded to his psychic commands.