Animal-speak: The Spiritual & Magical Powers of Creatures Great & Small - Book 1, Animal Speak : Chapter 8, Animal Rites Continued Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Animal Speak : Chapter 8, Animal Rites Continued Summary and Analysis

Part three of the book begins on page 209. The author calls this section "Understanding Animal Medicine". The author introduces the idea that the Creator - God, Brahma, Intelligent Design, intentionally made animals to serve as educational messengers to human beings about life and about the divine. The author explains that the modern differentiation of 'animals' as one massive group distinct from humans has come into being during the past few hundred years. Prior to that, there were other ways of making these distinctions through language. The term 'wild' is an Anglo-Saxon term and is meant to set apart those animals functioning within a human dominion and those that have lives entirely independent of mankind. The dependency of hunting and sled dogs, of cats that catch mice and sleep by...

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