Do dogs see spirits?
It is known all over the world that dogs, like the vast majority of animals, are able to sense catastrophic phenomena that humans are unable to detect despite our technology.
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Dogs have intrinsic, or totally natural, faculties that exceed our understanding. No doubt your sense of smell, auditory ability and other senses may explain some things incomprehensible to the naked eye.
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It is known that through smell, dogs detect the mood of people. The clearest example is the typical situation in which a quiet dog suddenly appears aggressive for no apparent reason against a person. When we try to know the cause of this reaction, it turns out that the person with whom the dog was aggressive has a huge fear of dogs. So we say the dog smelled the fear .
The dogs detect the danger
Another quality that dogs have is that they detect the latent threats around us.
I’ve had an Afghan hound, Naim, who could not bear to see any drunken people approach us. When he was walking around at night, if he caught a drunken guy at 20 or 30 meters, he would immediately climb onto his hind legs as he uttered a long hoarse, threatening bark. The drunken individuals became aware of the Naim’s presence and followed his life.
I never trained Naim to do it this way. Yet puppy was already reacting instinctively this way. This defensive attitude is frequent among dogs, who react to the presence of people they consider conflicting and a potential threat to the members of the family with whom they coexist.
Do dogs detect spirits?
We are not able to determine whether dogs see spirits. Personally I do not know whether spirits exist or not. However, I believe in good and more energies. And these second types of energies are clearly captured by the dogs.
A clear example comes after earthquakes, when canine rescue teams are used to locate survivors and corpses among the ruins. Ok that they are trained dogs, but the way to “mark” the presence of a wounded and a cadaver totally differs.
When they detect a trapped survivor, the dogs eagerly and effusively warn their owners, barking. They point to the muzzle where the ruins cover the wounded. However, when they detect a corpse they bristle their loin, moan, spin on themselves, and even on many occasions defecate with fear. Of course, this type of vital energy that dogs perceive differs totally between life and death.
Psychologist Robert Morris , an investigator of paranormal phenomena, conducted during the 1960s an experiment in a Kentucky house in which there had been bloody deaths and murmured that he was haunted by ghosts.
The experiment consisted of entering separately, in a room where to commit crime with a dog, a cat, a rattlesnake and a mouse. This experiment was filmed.
- The dog came in with his caretaker, and just as he stepped in, the dog bristled, growled, and ran out of the room, refusing to enter it again.
- The cat entered the arms of his attendant. After a few seconds the cat climbed onto the shoulders of his caretaker, wounding his back with his nails. The cat jumped immediately to the ground and took refuge under an empty chair. In that position he blew hostilely at another empty chair for several minutes. After a while they took the cat out of the room.
- The rattlesnake adopted a defensive / aggressive stance, as if facing imminent danger although the room was empty. His attention was drawn to the empty chair that frightened the cat.
- The rat did not react in any special way. However, we all know the fame that rats have in announcing shipwrecks and being the first to leave the ship.
Robert Morris’s experiment was repeated in another room on the table in which no fatal event had occurred. The four animals had no anomalous reaction.
What can we deduce?
What we may conclude is that nature endowed animals in general, and dogs in particular, with a capacity that escapes our present knowledge.
What happens is that the dog’s sense of smell, and also his ear, are tremendously superior to the same senses that humans have. Therefore, they capture through their privileged senses these strange events … or else, they have some superior capacity that we do not yet know and that allows them to see what we can not see.
If any reader has already verified that your pet has experienced some kind of experience related to this theme, please let us know so we can publish it.