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The gift of love and Compassion

To be absolutely sincere, I did not write this article by myself. As usual, I watch some videos that do translate situations that I have gone through, myself, or that translate communications and connections I received from animals, and then I write an article on the gifts animals (and animal communication) can give us.  This time was different; I was not satisfied. Going windsurfing, I used the moment to speak to an old friend: the sea. Since I am a child, I have spoken to the sea whom I call Poseidonos, my god and my teacher. I asked him how the article should be written in a way that it would be most useful for humanity or for who read it. The “download” (as my teacher of Arcturian Healing, Gene Ang would put it) came faster than the speed of light; the word “wave” flashed as the whole article, in a vivid picture inside my mind. I thank my human and non-human teachers for the inspiration and love they give me.

According to old Indian scriptures, the story of the world is divided in different periods:

  • The Satya Yuga (also called Sat Yuga (the “Yuga (Age or Era) of Truth”), when mankind is governed by Gods and every manifestation or work is close to the purest ideal and mankind will allow intrinsic goodness to rule supreme. It is sometimes referred to as the “Golden age.” The average lifespan in the Satya Yuga is 100,000 years.
  • The Treta Yuga is the second out of four Yugas, or ages of mankind- of perfect morality.
  • Dvapara Yuga or Dwapara Yuga is the third out of four Yugas or ages, described in the scriptures of Hinduism. During these times the Brahmins are knowledgeable of two, sometimes three Vedas, but rarely have studied all the four Vedas thoroughly. Accordingly, because of this categorization, different actions and activities come into existence.
  • Kali Yuga “age of (the male demon) : Kali, or “age of vice”)is the last of the four stages that the world goes through as part of the cycle of Yugas described in the Indian scriptures.

We are in the age of vice or “Kali Yuga”. Kali Yuga” is the last stage the world goes through as part of the cycle of Yugas. Kali Yuga began at midnight on the 18th of February 3105 BC, in the Proleptic Julian calendar.

This could be compared to old Greek scriptures, by poet Hesiod (Ησίοδος 750 BC); one of his early works was Theogony (Θεογονία) which concerns the origins of the world. In the poem “ Work and days”, he lays out the five “ages” of man:

  • Golden Age – The Golden age is the only age that falls within the rule of Xronos. Created by the immortals who live on Olympus, these humans were said to live among the gods, and freely mingled with them. Peace and harmony prevailed during this age. Humans did not have to work to feed themselves, for the earth provided food in abundance. They lived to a very old age but with a youthful appearance and eventually died peacefully. Their spirits live on as “guardians”.
  • Silver Age – The silver age and every age that follows fall within the rule of Xronos’ successor and son, Zeus. Men in the Silver age lived for one hundred years under the dominion of their mothers. They lived only a short time as grown adults, and spent that time in strife with one another. During this Age men refused to worship the gods and Zeus destroyed them for their impiety. After death, humans of this age became “blessed spirits” of the underworld.
  • Bronze Age – Men of the Bronze Age were hardened and tough, as war was their purpose and passion. Zeus created these humans out of the ash tree
  • Heroic Age – The Heroic Age is the one age that does not correspond with any metal. It is also the only age that improves upon the age it follows.
  • Iron Age – Hesiod finds himself in the Iron Age. During this age humans live an existence of toil and misery. Children dishonor their parents, brother fights with brother and the social contract between guest and host is forgotten. During this age might makes right, and bad men use lies to be thought good. At the height of this age, humans no longer feel shame or indignation at wrongdoing; babies will be born with gray hair and the gods will have completely forsaken humanity: “there will be no help against evil.” We find ourselves, now, in the “Iron age”.

These ages and/or periods follow one another like waves of the ocean and like the Reincarnation cycle, when man reincarnates until fulfilling his karma and Dharma.

Wars have been ravaging the world, at the same time that humans destroy the environment and create havoc in fauna and flora, making many species extinct, forever. One just have  to open that  conditioning oblong block that lies in our living rooms, the television, to be indoctrinated in: violence,  consumerism, lying , usufruct, cheating, luxuriance, wastefulness, superfluousness, adultery, incest, narcissism, disrespect,   pedophilia and other “values” of our century.


Animals awaken the love and compassion in humans

Animal communication allow us to “listen” to our friends, the animals and plants, bringing us back to nature, our roots and respectful values like: love, friendship, respect, protection, communication, cooperation, friendship, companionship, freedom and compassion.

Compassion is something that humanity is really craving, nowadays. People are so busy, just trying to survive the “rat race”( if it was a rat race, it might have been fun), making a living by competing with each other, that  humans started looking at their fellow humans, as enemies and  is something that can be learned.  The stray dog, Rubio, waited for six months till German flight attendant Olivia Sievers, adopted him, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Many animals receive a “mission” to be with a certain person, on earth and will do everything to do this mission.


Sometimes, the animal will just show up, uninvited and inviting the human to express compassion. People of all ages and races have been invited by an animal to interact with love and compassion. Even in Chicago, a big city, a Woodpecker could just hitch a ride with you:


How would you react?

Open your heart to animals and fellow humans, be compassionate, and be lovable. Animals can bring the best out of us, they can teach us compassion and acceptance, making our life more pleasurable.


                                             All animals and plants present us with love and compassion

All animals, humans included, have love and compassion innate. It is society and upbringing (with traumas and bad education) that divert us to pain and suffering. Children and animals are always able to give love and compassion to everyone; therefore, many animals are used for therapy and healing.

A diversity of animals: from dogs, cats, horses, llamas, chickens and even a deer, are being used to visit old people’s homes to bring the love these people, in the last phase of their life, need.  This baby deer (Rudie) with only three legs was cared for, by her humans and other animals and, in turn retributed the love and compassion, visiting old people’s homes.


The mare Gazelle taught Jean François Pignon how to communicate with horses, through silence and feelings. She taught him to accept everyone; and, with each one, he would have a different relationship.”You don’t like or dislike people, but you like them differently”.

François mentions the old belief that humans are more intelligent than animals, but he acknowledges that, to humans, you can lie and pretend but you cannot lie to a horse.

Indeed, through telepathy, animals can “read” people’s mind; but their hope in humanity never vanishes. Animals accept us as we are, with our faults and defects, rich or poor. Many homeless people, all over the world, have the companionship of compassionate and protective dogs.

Even in Brazil, one of the last countries to ban whale hunting, this beached whale provoked the compassion of over 200 people, on a beach in Rio de Janeiro. In the video, you can see all kinds of people, different colors and classes, working together to help the whale. What a beautiful world it would be if animals and humans lived in harmony.


                                                                                 Compassion as healing

Koko was a gorilla who learned the sign language. She was born at the San Francisco zoo and lived at the Gorilla foundation.  It seems (as code of Ethics prevent me to connect with her, I can just wonder) her message was to show the world how intelligent and compassionate animals are. She loved everybody.

Her last message guides humans to treat the earth with love and compassion. It is a simple message and it might be easy to do.


Koko’s message is of hope. If she sends this message is because she feels we can change, and we can, the power for change is within each one of us. Animal communication is another way to change humanity’s destiny, changing people’s mind and teaching love and compassion. Only we can turn the page and bring the new “Era” or “period” again in the world: A golden age or Satya Yuga, when man respects the Universe and live according to the laws of nature. As one wave follows the other, it is just natural to expect this terrible period to pass.









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