The more than human world is a largely unexplored goldmine for parapsychological research. Read more about it in Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home
The coordiations seen in flocks of birds, schools of fish and wolf packs show uncanny, field like connections between members that can't be explained by any known mechanism. Is this telepathy? What about animals that can feel when a hunter or photographer is looking at them? Here Rupert describes why biology holds so much potential for psi research. [photo Airwolfhound]
From toads predicting earthquakes days in advance to elephants heading inland prior to tsunamis; animals seem remarkably aware of disasters before they happen. Recorded on November 4, 2017 at the Society for Psychical Research in London.
We need contact with animals - from ancient shamans up until today with pets like dogs and cats. Rupert explores why we need this bond and how disastrous our present situation is - where cows and pigs are slaughtered en masse.
From sacred cows to sacred cobras; various stories from India on the importance of relating to nature in a spiritual way. Rupert’s talk at the Oxford Real Farming Conference, January 9, 2020. [photo John Hill]
Many animals make remarkable migrations across vast distances, often without ever personally making the trip or having any obvious method of navigating. Recorded on November 4, 2017 at the Society for Psychical Research in London.
Follow Rupert along with his research assistant David Brown through the streets of Assisi, Italy and Santa Cruz, California as they attempt to figure out how animals have the ability to predict earthquakes. Hear about research in Japan and the US geological community's interest in using animals to predict earthquakes.
Photo: Pope, an earthquake predicting dog, by Martina Mortensen.