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Spirit guides or Therianthropy?

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posted on Nov, 18 2008 @ 10:12 AM
I'd just like to know if anyone else feels that these are viable?

Since early high school, I've been able to to feel another side to myself. A friend of mine even claimed she felt a type of "werewolf" to me. But we don't let friends tell us why we're special. I experimented with that and found what seemed like a whole 'nother world in meditation. But I was still skeptical.
And again in college, under a bit of stress, I felt that special side to myself again. After a little search on the net...anything can be found on the interwebs...I found that there was a world for people like my. Besides Therapist, I found that there was a thing called Therianthropy. For the longest time, I felt that my Spirit Guide was a feline lie wolf creature. But at that point, I realized what it had been trying to nudge me toward. That thing wasn't my spirit guide, it was me.
I've since found out that there is in fact other worlds. Other planets. Just because everyone feels like other world sentient creatures are gray and vaguely human like, there are other worlds out there in which the smart races are four legged and somewhat feline.
A bit like THIS thing only not as ugly.
Anyway, I know that bit is leaning toward the rambling side, so I'm gona end it there for now and see what kind of replies I get.

posted on Nov, 18 2008 @ 10:50 AM
Feline means a cat type creature. A wolf type creature would be lupine. That being said, what in the blazes are you talking about?

posted on Nov, 18 2008 @ 10:55 AM
If you find the Wiki on therianthropy, there's a pretty good description of what it is.
As far as the species thing goes, she has both feline characteristics and canine characteristics. But at the same time, neither of those. I really don't see why a creature of another planet need to be tied to one of those. And she's not Feline or canine, that's just a good description.
I guess the gist of the forum would be whether anyone else feels this is a valid thing or if its all just bunk. Just curiosity on my part.

Edit: Ok, the Wiki has changed quite a lot from when i last looked at it. Now It looks like there would be a better description under Transmigration. Here
It's rather in depth and personal and has taken me several years to even start understanding. Even now, I can really only translate it into drawings, so I apologize if my text is rather garbled. My brain works better in images, not text.

[edit on 18-11-2008 by Whitepaws]

posted on Nov, 18 2008 @ 11:26 AM
I'm not familiar with this group, but took a look at one site. It reminds me of some Indian beliefs, reincarnation etc. A psychiatrist would say something else. I was diagnosed as being schizoaffective with Dissociative Identity Disorder and had missing time and repressed memories. Some of these were alters or spirits/possessions etc. One of which was as if a beast or an angry male figure a child might take on as one of their personalities.

The problem is I had visits by people who referred to themselves as guardians and there was implants, surgeries voice contact in my head, gifts devices etc. I still don't believe these were just my alters though.

Because, I haven't recalled and absorbed them into my usual self now that I'm said to be in remission etc. A recent visit with a psychiatrist claims there's no such thing as repressed memories. I don't recall seeing him blink when I was there either.

I won't say you're right or wrong, but from my past, there's something much more than some supposed delusional psychosis. That's just psychobabble disinformation and a blanket diagnosis.

You should probably know yourself from your life memories better than we could. Any missing time episodes etc?

It is your story.

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