A full-time professional animal communicator will be at William Woods University April 27 to demonstrate her skill for the campus and community.
The President’s Concert and Lecture Series will present “Animal Communication” with Linda Thomas at 7 p.m. in Cutlip Auditorium of the McNutt Campus Center.
Thomas uses the nonverbal language of the senses and emotions to communicate with animals. As she explains non-verbal telepathic communication, she will explore how the communication works and how to use it in a relationship with animals.
A former high school science teacher for nearly 20 years, Thomas has also trained dogs in obedience and draft work. In the early 1980s, her veterinarian told her about a woman, Beatrice Lydecker, who could communicate with animals. Although skeptical at first, she became convinced after meeting with Lydecker and attending her seminars.
Now a full-time professional animal communicator, Thomas has done phone consultations with animals from all 50 states, most of the provinces of Canada, Australia and several European countries. She also teaches seminars so other people can learn to communicate with animals.