Filmed on 31 March 2020; published on 1 April 2020
Previously titled: Lizard Talk . Bird Talk
- VIDEO BY ALICE
- SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
- BIRD TALK DURING LIZARD FIGHT AT THE END OF THE VIDEO
- PHOTO BY ALICE
Here is a video with a story about nonhuman telepathic input regarding territorial aggression, a feeling of the human and nonhuman reptilian mind of lizards. After the video is an edited Summary. After that (and not included in the video) is my interpretation of two birds talking on the physical plane during a lizard fight at the end of the video …
VIDEO BY ALICE
SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO
Hello, Dear Ones, It’s Alice. I Am of the Stars.
Yesterday I was out in the backyard, cleaning off the edge of the backyard, behind the fence, where the black mustard was starting to grow up. Now is the time, right after the rains. I will admit, I was getting a little tired. When I get a little tired, the form of my interspecies communication … my telepathy with nonhumans … takes on a different tenor. My chakric energy sinks down, or changes a little bit, and my heart energy changes; that is the cause of it.
So I heard this telepathic chatter going on; it sounded like a little child speaking; but a very cold-hearted little child, very lacking in heart energy. The child said: If she dies, then we could move into her house, and we could live there.
I was thinking to myself: There are no children in this neighborhood that think things like that. I have heard talk of this tenor, off and on, all afternoon long. What could it possibly be?
I started taking the ladders and the tools back, and putting them in the toolshed and the places where they belonged. As I was walking up to the toolshed, I saw a lizard; not just one lizard, but another lizard … and another lizard, and another lizard, and another lizard … and a very small lizard that looks like it has had a mishap or two. And another lizard; this one was playing ‘top of the fence’.
And I thought: Oh, my gosh! I’ve been talking with the lizard children all day long!
[shows another lizard walking down the side of a garden wall] … Where are you going? Where are you going?
[Pans left, to smaller lizard doing pushups] Ohhh … going to talk to this lizard. [Smaller lizard skitters toward lizard walking down the side of the garden wall] … Uh oh, it is not a talk! [Pans right; the small lizard is half way up the garden wall, and the first lizard has disappeared.]
Nope, it was a lizard territorial fight. The lizard on the left was the one that won. And that is what it was talking about, when it talked about my house. They want to be the ones that have the territory and have the homes. They do not mind if another lizard bites the dust, as long as they can have that home for themselves.
[Shows big lizard chasing smaller lizard around and around.]
[End of video]
BIRD TALK DURING LIZARD FIGHT AT THE END OF THE VIDEO
The weirdest thing happened during this final videoclip; it seemed to me, on viewing it, that the songbirds in the soundtrack were commenting on what the lizards were doing. It seemed to me they were speaking English, but in a musical, flutelike voice with similar vowels to our way of speaking English, and similar emotive emphasis, but with less voicing of consonants.
Here, more or less, is what it sounded like the birds were saying …
First bird, assertively: Look at here! Dear, dear me, they are fight-ing here! …
Second bird, timidly: Dear me, what are they doing? …
First bird, assertively: They are fight-ing, they are fight-ing! Right? …
Second bird, timidly: Could that be?
First bird, assertively: Look, they are fighting each other. Oh my, dear me. Dear me! …
Second bird laughs gently, over and over again.
First bird, assertively: Look, dear, dear, dear, a fight here! …
[a pause, as the lizard in the foreground does pushups … then …]
Second bird, timidly: Fighting, fighting. Here, here, they are fighting!
PHOTO BY ALICE
Image: “Two Lizards,” by Alice B. Clagett, 31 March 2020, CC BY-SA 4.0
–from Link: “Interspecies Communication: Lizard Talk . Bird Talk,” by Alice B. Clagett, filmed on 31 March 2020; published on 1 April 2020 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-hfR ..
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