Animals of the Tsunami, Do Animals Have a Sixth Sense?

January 8, 2004

One interesting fact came out of the tsunami disaster, the possible verification of something most of us already knew, animals have a 6th sense 'esp'ecially in the face of disaster.

Actually, humans also show extraordinary abilities when faced with disaster, their psychic abilities heighten.

Concentrating, or focusing on the message won't do it, just as it won't work with telekinesis. It is created from a place of higher frequency of thought ----> creation ----> manifestation.

It is the 'time out' moments in the 10101010 computer sequence where you create time stops and change, usually.

It is about raising your frequency to a higher volume, based on the old 'fear factor scale'! It will do it every time and hence is the reason it highlights our program.

Fear wakes/shakes you up!

Fear jolts your consciousness within and without of the grid. Your instincts are to go to higher frequencies for answers, god, for example,, as you instinctively know the answers are not in this realm.

Animals in general, from dolphins and other sea creatures, to domesticated animals, and wild animals, often seem more attuned to things beyond this realm.

All is frequency of thought --->sound, light, color ---> into shape and geometry.

If you have ever observed an animal you know that they often chase after, or stare at, something which is invisible to us.

People who live with animals are aware that animals dream, which means that they too are experiencing multi-dimensionally.

Anyone who has ever had an animal, or befriended one, knows that they are capable of seeing and hearing beyond our capabilities.

One could assume it is part of their survival instinct.

It is perhaps for this reason that no one has found dead animals in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.

In the past, it has been recorded that animal behavior is an indicator of Earth changes. Cats in particular, act strangely before an earthquake or other impending disaster. This may occur days before the event.

On some level they must be able to feel / sense subtle vibrations in the Earth's magnetic fields, which at as a warning.

In the case of the tsunami, many people believe that the animals heard the water before it came to the shore, causing them to run to safety.

There were no dead animals, Did they have quake warning? BBC
Acoustic senses may have saved animals in tsunami AFP
Tsunami Adds to Belief in Animals' "Sixth Sense"
Agitated Elephants saved tourists from tsunami
Giant snake showed way to safety

Two dolphins were among the animals trapped in the tsunami.

Thai rescuers saved the adult female dolphin

but could not save her calf

Separation in life, but not in spirit

Khao Lak, Thailand, Reuters, January 5, 2005

Rescuers have saved a dolphin swept over a Thai beach by the tsunami that devastated shores around the Indian Ocean, but failed to find her calf in a filthy lake left behind by the giant wave.

After two days of bickering between Thai and foreign experts over how to save the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphins, the adult animal was finally plucked from the lake in a net on Wednesday and released into the sea more than 1 km (1,100 yards) away.

"She swam away like a rocket. It was fantastic," said animal rescue expert Edwin Wiek. "I thought she was going to be a lot weaker."

However, rescuers failed to locate her calf which had been dumped in the same fetid lake by the wall of water that smashed over Thailand's Andaman Sea coastline on December 26.

Watchmen were told to monitor the tiny lake through the night in the hope of spotting the small calf.

The rescue of the adult female, which had a distinctive pink and gray fin, represented a triumph for the Thai authorities who shunned advice from international experts and devised a scheme with local fishermen to catch the dolphin.

Using two nets, they cornered the 2-meter animal in one corner of the lake and maneuvered it ashore and onto the back of a truck where Wiek treated a gash along its side.

Locals said many animals managed to flee the tsunami before it hurtled ashore and Wiek said he was amazed that so little wildlife appeared to have died. "It proves that animals have a sixth sense," he said. "I think most of the dolphins also managed to get out of the way.