Are people coming back as dogs?

Jan 2012
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1,660
Vacaville, CA
#1
The Animal Network show Pet Star (2002-2005), hosted by Mario Lopez, was a contest between owners and their pets who performed tricks for cash rewards that ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.

One episode featured a woman whose dog would turn over alphabet blocks to spell words. She claimed that when she first exposed the animal to the blocks, the dog spelled out the name of her late mother, which led her to believe that the dog was the reincarnation of her parent. Lopez had no reaction to this revelation.

Could people be returning as dogs or other pets? Considering the moral decline of America, many people could be demoted in their next turn of existence. Widespread use of contraceptives and abortions may also reduce the availability of human bodies for returning souls.

The growing acceptance of pets as family members suggests that people may intuitively sense some human background in their animals. In the United States, older people have fewer grandchildren to dote on; reincarnated humans in pets could be a substitute.

The next time you look at Fido, this is what you may really see:

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Nov 2018
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32
U.S
#2
The Animal Network show Pet Star (2002-2005), hosted by Mario Lopez, was a contest between owners and their pets who performed tricks for cash rewards that ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.

One episode featured a woman whose dog would turn over alphabet blocks to spell words. She claimed that when she first exposed the animal to the blocks, the dog spelled out the name of her late mother, which led her to believe that the dog was the reincarnation of her parent. Lopez had no reaction to this revelation.

Could people be returning as dogs or other pets? Considering the moral decline of America, many people could be demoted in their next turn of existence. Widespread use of contraceptives and abortions may also reduce the availability of human bodies for returning souls.

The growing acceptance of pets as family members suggests that people may intuitively sense some human background in their animals. In the United States, older people have fewer grandchildren to dote on; reincarnated humans in pets could be a substitute.

The next time you look at Fido, this is what you may really see:

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If this were possible, I'd try to find out which dog Obama comes back as, kick him repeatedly, have him neutered then chain him up as a watch dog for a scrap yard.
 
Aug 2018
3,237
5,237
Vancouver
#3
If this were possible, I'd try to find out which dog Obama comes back as, kick him repeatedly, have him neutered then chain him up as a watch dog for a scrap yard.
Seriously? He tried to change health insurance. There's literally nothing else he did of any consequence.
 
Jan 2016
57,388
54,173
Colorado
#4
The Animal Network show Pet Star (2002-2005), hosted by Mario Lopez, was a contest between owners and their pets who performed tricks for cash rewards that ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.

One episode featured a woman whose dog would turn over alphabet blocks to spell words. She claimed that when she first exposed the animal to the blocks, the dog spelled out the name of her late mother, which led her to believe that the dog was the reincarnation of her parent. Lopez had no reaction to this revelation.

Could people be returning as dogs or other pets? Considering the moral decline of America, many people could be demoted in their next turn of existence. Widespread use of contraceptives and abortions may also reduce the availability of human bodies for returning souls.

The growing acceptance of pets as family members suggests that people may intuitively sense some human background in their animals. In the United States, older people have fewer grandchildren to dote on; reincarnated humans in pets could be a substitute.

The next time you look at Fido, this is what you may really see:

View attachment 21658
Considering that the human population of the world is over 7.7 billion, and still growing at almost 100 million per year, to such an extent that we are quite literally elbowing out almost all other species right out of existence, destroying our own planet's biosphere in the process, Robert, there is NO shortage, impending or otherwise, for human souls to occupy:

World Population Clock: 7.7 Billion People (2019) - Worldometers

This has the potential of becoming one of the most ridiculous threads in the entire existence of Political Hotwire, methinks.

:cool::zany::rolleyes:
 
Feb 2011
18,178
12,886
The formerly great golden state
#5
The Animal Network show Pet Star (2002-2005), hosted by Mario Lopez, was a contest between owners and their pets who performed tricks for cash rewards that ranged from $2,500 to $25,000.

One episode featured a woman whose dog would turn over alphabet blocks to spell words. She claimed that when she first exposed the animal to the blocks, the dog spelled out the name of her late mother, which led her to believe that the dog was the reincarnation of her parent. Lopez had no reaction to this revelation.

Could people be returning as dogs or other pets? Considering the moral decline of America, many people could be demoted in their next turn of existence. Widespread use of contraceptives and abortions may also reduce the availability of human bodies for returning souls.

The growing acceptance of pets as family members suggests that people may intuitively sense some human background in their animals. In the United States, older people have fewer grandchildren to dote on; reincarnated humans in pets could be a substitute.

The next time you look at Fido, this is what you may really see:

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Demoted? Compared to humans, dogs are much more loving, loyal, and selfless. If humans are being reincarnated as dogs, only the very best will qualify to return.
 

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