Animal Communicator ‘Talks’ to Aggressive Black Leopard, Watch What Happens

Do you believe it’s possible to communicate with animals? What if you could talk to animals and have them talk back to you? In this documentary you’ll see an animal communicator visit an angry and reclusive black leopard, and in just one sitting turn him into a relaxed cat.

Decide for yourself if you think it’s real or not.

He was angry, hated humans, and had injured his new keeper at the cat sanctuary. (Screenshot/YouTube)

He was angry, hated humans, and had injured his new keeper at the cat sanctuary. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Sure, we all communicate with our pets. Our cats understand “Here kitty kitty, dinner,” and our dogs know what we mean when we command “Sit Booboo sit,” and we learn to understand their body language, meows, and barks to a certain degree. This is way beyond that. We’re talking interspecies communication—telepathically sharing thoughts and ideas back and forth.

“Anna Breytenbach has dedicated her life to what she calls interspecies communication. She sends detailed messages to animals through pictures and thoughts. She then receives messages of remarkable clarity back from the animals,” explains the intro of the documentary.

This excellent story is how angry leopard Diabolo became peaceful after communicating his concerns to a human telepathically.

Anna heard him request his name to be changed from Diablo, which means devil, and connotation he did not appreciate. They renamed him Spirit. He's now seen relaxing out in nature, rather than reclusively hiding in his night shelter all the time, like he used to. ( Screenshot/YouTube)

Anna heard him request his name be changed from Diabolo, which means devil, a connotation he did not appreciate. They now call him Spirit. He’s seen relaxing out in nature, rather than reclusively hiding in his night shelter all the time like he used to. ( Screenshot/YouTube)

This is the first full-length documentary film on the art of animal communication. This section was filmed at the Jukani Wildlife Sanctuary in South Africa.

For some this will confirm what they already feel is possible, or have experienced personally. For others, it won’t prove anything at all, as it could possibly be completely staged and fake.

It is worth looking into other cases of her work to start to see this as a genuine human and animal ability, which is most likely just lost to us humans currently, due to living in a modern society that hasn’t needed to use those skills. Anna describes those abilities as innate, once used naturally by our distant ancestors.

How does she do it?

This next clip, if you have questions about her methods, is an interview with Anna in which she goes into more detail about how it can work, scientifically speaking. Delving into topics of transmitting brain waves and quantum physics.

On a happy note—the two cubs Spirit was worried about (according to Anna) have since been rescued and live at Jukani alongside their big, black godfather.

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