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Incredible Animal Communicator Translates Deadly Leopard’s Woes 

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Whether or not you believe Anna Breytenbach can communicate with animals, the video is simply stunning. There are people who specialize as horse communicators as well. The video is below the article in this post. ~ HfH

From: Good News Network

annabAnna Breytenbach believes she can communicate with animals through her thoughts. If you watch this video shot at a wildlife sanctuary in South Africa, which documents a deadly snarling leopard seemingly transformed into a relaxed cat after a visit from Anna, you likely will believe it too.

She ends up delivering a solution like a therapist would, translating his woes into human language so the keepers can understand what’s going on.

You’ve got to see to believe it!

This video excerpt is from a full-length documentary called The Animal Communicator produced in 2012 by Vyv Simson and directed by Craig Foster.

Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, Breytenbach holds a degree in Psychology, Economics and Marketing from the University of Cape Town. Today she works with both domestic animals and wildlife, and runs workshops around southern Africa, Europe and the US. Her work includes working with wild dolphins and whales, elephant and lion management, leading animal communication safaris in Botswana, interspecies projects at organic farms, and giving numerous public talks. You can learn more about Anna at her website, www.animalspirit.org.

The DVD is sold through the South African website, Kalahari.com

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