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What about animals?


Hello Gary.

"What about animals" is an obstacle. for me. Past lives etc is not sufficient to explain disease in animals, especially wild animals who (I prefer to say who) have never seen a human being. There have been wild birds collected in remote places where overwhelming aspergillosis masses were found during autopsy.

Are you aware of anyone who is investigating this problem? Whether in antiquity or present day?

Mary McQueen

Gary's response: 

Hi Mary... good inquiry... and I love anyone's thoughts about our animal friends. We have much to learn from them.

I'm not aware of any studies investigating animals in this regard. However, it seems obvious to me that animals have negative emotions that can contribute to disease.

For example, animals often live in fear of predators. Try to pet a wild deer... or rabbit... or a bird and watch them run/fly away in fear. Even some domesticated animals exhibit fear of unknown things like thunder or vacuum cleaners. Dogs will often bark at strangers or growl and bare their teeth if they sense danger. And so it goes.

Like you, I would be interested if anyone has truly studied this.

e-hugs, Gary


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