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Psychic Helps Rescue Pony From Ravine

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Rescuers saved an 800 pound Norwegian pony from a deep ravine in Redmond, Washington last week, after it had been missing for over a day. The most incredible part however, is that the rescue mission was led by a pet psychic who located the horse after taking a look at its picture. Caretakers at the Saddle Rock Stables realised the Fjord pony, named Gemma, was missing when she didn’t arrive in the pasture for breakfast that morning. They quickly found that Gemma, who had a history of wandering off, had broken out of an outer fence and escaped. Searchers had looked for hours down a logging road but to no avail, until someone from the search party contacted Joan Ranquet, an animal communicator. After studying a photograph of the four year old pony, Joan says that she was able to telepathically connect with it, getting a sense of its location. She was also able to tell them that Gemma was worried but otherwise OK. “I felt a little bit distraught, but not panicked,” said Joan Ranquet. “And she’s been a really good sport about the whole thing I hear.” “I just got some pictures and words and feelings – I got a sense of where she was,” Ranquet said. “It’s the process of telepathy, which is something that we all do. But I got good at it.” It is thought that Ranquet had a sense the pony was trapped somewhere with a strong sound of rushing water, in a small enclosed place. “I didn’t hear a lot of words,” Ranquet said. “It was more just a sense of those pictures and the sounds.” From her description, Barbara Linstedt, who owns Saddle Rock Stables, said she immediately knew where to look and led rescue workers to a steep ravine, where the horse was found stuck on a narrow ledge. Led by the Washington State Animal Response Team, it then took 65 rescue workers from 8 different organisations to reach the horse the following morning, who was pulled to safety using a harness they made out of fire hoses. Incredibly, 30 hours after falling down the ravine, Gemma was back on solid ground, sporting just a few scratches from the ordeal. Gemma was reportedly doing well the following night. “It’s amazing,” Linstedt said. “It’s an absolute miracle that we found her and got her out.” She stated that without the horse communicator, “I don’t know that we would have ever found the horse.”

Posted: 10/07/2013

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