The thing with Earth magnetic fields:
In trance, as well as in dreams, when I “become” Owl or Wolf, I very often see flirrrrry wavering wavy lines, flowing in front of me. Several times I described them as “tram lines” going of into the distance, where I am supposed to follow….
Now on a radio program about the latest scientific discoveries, there was a fascinating segment about Foxes:
Scientists found out, that Foxes always jump after their prey in a straight
North alignment with Earth magnetic fields.
Foxes can see/ sense the lines of the Earth magnetic field and they make out their prey as a blurry spot / deviance in the lines….
It helps them to locate something they hear beneath grass or snow but can not visually see as we do.
Scientists say, that Foxes, Dogs and Wolves can see earth Magnetic lines, but not see in colour.
I think that is wrong. They see more and different colours than we can make out. Their vision is set up differently then ours. I think most Animal’s is.
I can see colour when I am Wolf. However the colours are different!
More like the picture of the Australian Aborigine dot art I post here, most often in shades of blue (Wolf) and yellow (Owl) but other times also in more shades of colours.
This makes this a painting from the Wolf’s point of view!
Earth magnetic fields: According to scientists, Robins can see them with their right eye but with their left they are supposedly seeing “regular stuffff “- like objects in their environment ???
…like how we would see them..
But not only Robins; Owls too!
In trance I can see the Spirit Lines my Owl Guardian follows. I also can “see”, where a Mouse ran and the track-lines of other Animals, Humans – where they have been and also follow them backward to where a specific incident happened or where they have been and lost something- like a house-key…..
So how are these lines related to the Earth magnetic lines?
Most humans can not sense the Earth magnetic fields, but others are very sensitive to ley lines and other Energy lines.
This reminds me about the dousing course I did with a strange guy called Barry Fell….and him saying, that crossing the Energy lines are dangerous….
Then how come we evolved with and among them?
That does not make sense to me. Ifff they were in any way harmful to humans and we do need crystals or copper rods or whatever to divert them away from our home/ property, we just simply would not be here, living together with the Animals, who use them daily.
On to the net I go, to find out more:
Animals including birds and turtles can detect the Earth’s magnetic field, and use the field to navigate during migration. Cows and wild deer tend to align their bodies north-south while relaxing, but not when the animals are under high voltage power lines, leading researchers to believe magnetism is responsible.
Migratory birds may use two electromagnetic tools to find their destinations: one that is entirely innate and another that relies on experience. A young bird on its first migration flies in the correct direction according to the Earth’s magnetic field, but does not know how far the journey will be. It does this through a radical pair mechanism whereby chemical reactions in special photo pigments sensitive to long wavelengths are affected by the field ( The chain of reactions is initiated by a blue light photon,) Note, that although this only works during daylight hours, it does not use the position of the sun in any way. At this stage the bird is similar to a boy scout with a compass but no map, until it grows accustomed to the journey and can put its other facilities to use. With experience they learn various landmarks and this “mapping” is done by magnetites in the trigeminal system, which tell the bird how strong the field is. Because birds migrate between northern and southern regions, the magnetic field strengths at different latitudes let it interpret the radical pair mechanism more accurately and let it know when it has reached its destination. More recent research has found a neural connection between the eye and “Cluster N”, the part of the fore-brain that is active during migration orientation, suggesting that birds may actually be able to see the magnetic field of the earth.