Written by Gary Wonning
In today’s world, many people often ask if it is ok to hunt and kill an animal.
With all the political correctness today, many of the old values are being drawn into question, and there are many who want to throw out all the old values and traditions, just because they are old and time worn.
While there are many things about our society that does need to be changed, we need to be careful what we discard, just because it is a new thought or idea, doesn’t mean it is a good idea. Many values from the past need to be preserved.
As I grew older, I too wondered if killing an animal was the proper thing to do, or should we all become vegetarians and avoid meat altogether.
In my earlier years, I grew up on a farm and lived in a farming community, I began hunting at a very early age, probably around ten, and would often bring rabbits home to eat.
I never gave it much thought until all the scuttlebutt about eating animals began to circulate through the press.
I thought about this and wondered but I never discussed it with anyone.
As I was rediscovering my spirituality, I began to research other beliefs than the Christian religion I had grown up with.
As I did I became involved in the metaphysical movement and thus was involved in some past live regressions and extraterrestrial encounters.
One afternoon, while under hypnosis at Boynton Canyon Vortex in Sedona, one of my spirit guides gave me the following message,”It’s OK to hunt and kill an animal if you use it for food and clothing. That is part of their life mission, they are here to serve us. but if you kill them for sport and leave the meat to spoil and waste away, that is wrong.”
Sounds good to me, that makes sense.
These spirit guides are as wise as a tree full of owls.
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