Cats, Dogs and Astral Commotion



by Soren Dreier


In the subterranean spider post, I mentioned a bit about how cats and dogs are very good at picking up on them when they are running up and down walls and over the floors. One explanation lies in their wider peripheral vision, and that they see a different spectrum of light than we do.

It is said that we only see, with our senses, about 5 percent of the spectrum, since we only see what is reflected by light, no matter how dim that light may be. Eyes adjust, as we know. So does our hearing, from big city noise to the ‘silence’ of nature. Well, nature isn’t silent, even its most subtle sounds we hear when we adjust our hearing from a wall of sound to tiny fragments of a tranquil summer breeze caressing the leaves.

We have great gifts to explore, awaiting us if we consciously train what we take for granted – the more or less automatic adjustment of the senses, which our senses do. As goes for light, our vision compensates to more or less light. Same goes for our hearing. Taste is the same. We adjust to strong food if we´re not used to it and if we go traveling, foreign cuisine. The same goes for the all the five senses that correspond with the physical world.

Many people don’t know that these senses, which we all have, can be tweaked. You can work on training your hearing by listening to details in what I like to call, a wall of sound. Some music producers know that, and certainly the artist, if the creative consciousness is a bit more developed than today’s post-industrial mechanical music industry.

That is the best music, isn’t it – the music that keeps revealing its secrets long after it has been heard a hundred times. True art.

The problem to unlocking the metaphysical or mystical realms lies beyond that ability we all have to bypass and tweak our senses. As goes for our so-called Extra Sensory Perception, it is really not all that special. I wrote about that in Transcending the Extra Sensory Perception.

We have strayed, or been led apart from our extra sensory abilities mostly by the claim of the control system. That claim being conditioning to a system of belief in the physical world, left brain is the only brain that you can trust – yes, lets not risk people dreaming and visualizing another life for themselves, inside the steel cathedral of hope, trust and vision all distorted.

This world celebrates the dreamers only after they have passed, in an embarrassing acknowledgement of what they were trying to say while they were here. Oh no – that was all too dangerous for the control system, which now holds its mega events of false brotherhood of man to the power of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’. It’s a contraction in terms, seeing heads of state get all teary eyed and filled with fake ‘love’ for mankind.

Makes me quite uncomfortable. So Dream Out Loud, pilgrim, and let’s tear down these soulless sub-human politicians to the vision of our dreams, sights, and vision of a better place than a world where: Lets go to war makes more sense than let’s make some peace.


I’m sure you noticed, if you have a cat or a dog, how they can turn their heads and apparently follow something that we think we can’t see or hear.

Dogs are very good at spotting ghosts or entities living in our home. I would always take a dog’s perception for granted, if it does it on a regular basis or in a specific room. The dog’s sensations on a regular basis can be trusted, unless of course it is a very nervous dog. Some dogs are, due to heavy breeding. By doing that the people that breed them ruin their genes in the long run and their sensory systems. Overbreeding.

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