Appearing during the middle two hours, animal communicator Amelia Kinkade discussed her work helping humans understand the thoughts and emotions of animals through telepathy. Such communications can be viewed on the quantum level-- instead of separate entities, "we're all cells living in the body of God" that can readily exchange information, she explained.
By turning off one's thoughts, even for just a few seconds, a person can be privy to animals' ideations, she said. A creature's communications or images may come very fast and be recognized as having a different rhythm than one's own thoughts, Kinkade continued. She described mingling her energy with an animal's, as though two computer programs were sharing the same screen.
Traveling around the world to teach her methods, Kinkade also has the opportunity to communicate with a variety of creatures, such as tigers at a Thailand monastery. She shared details of her encounter with one of the Queen's horses at Buckingham Palace. He communicated a "huge wave of sadness" to her and showed her an image of a younger horse that had been temporarily sent away. Animals often convey a great depth of feeling for their companions and offspring, she noted.
The last hour of the show featured Open Lines.
First hour guest, nutritionist Carol Simontacchi commented on the FDA approval of cloned meat. They're taking away our choice, she warned, adding that food is being turned into a technological process.