You would be suprised what demons can do for you. And by your logic no magick can exist. A friend of mine who has been raised as wiccan from birth mentioned an incounter with barbatos. She mentioned tht after the encounter, she was able to understand the gist of whatever her familiar was saying. However it was vague and she warned me against seeking Barbatos.
Depending on your interpretation, the assumption is that animals speak in the human sense of the words. Animals communicate through a wide variety of means, ranging from sound and, what we interpret as expression, to posture and scent. Understanding the "speech" of animals involves interpreting and understanding these factors correctly.
Theoretically a better ability to do this could be imparted. However, it can also be argued that the very act of working such an elaborate ritual indicates a keen interest and observation of animals in the first place, which in itself affords a deeper understanding of the manner in which they communicate.
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 11, 2015
Post # 7
Your friend was not telling you the truth. No spell will enable you to understand speech from an animal as their thought processes are not like those of humans. We can learn to understand them better by following their body movement, posture, etc. But we cannot understand speech from them.
I even rather doubt from the other things you've said about your friend that she is truly Wiccan.
If it was that easy we'd all be summoning Geotic demons for everything! Why stop at learning a new language? Why not go straight to the top, and just summon Paimon? Bottom line, summoning these things for silly gains is just asking for trouble. Even if it did work, the price wouldn't be worth the payoff. Seriously reconsider this.
I'm not saying your friend is or isn't Wiccan. However, so "newer" people confuse witchcraft with wicca.
As for knowing what animals say, I can for the most part. I'm very close to my dogs and I can tell by their tones what they are wanting. They is a difference between a "I'm happy your home" and "someone's at the door" bark. Just like there is a difference between "I'm hurt" and "I want a bite of your food" whine. Maybe that is what she was meaning?