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My unexpected encounters with Bigfoot

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posted on Sep, 30 2015 @ 01:03 AM
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a reply to: TechniXcality

That is what really happened so thats all I can say on that. Precognition has historical precedent and as far as my "psychic" ability goes I am confident about the validity of my experiences but of course a mainstream psychologist would tell me I am bat# crazy when in reality it would be they who are truly mad and I their victim if they had their way with the drugs and "treatment".




posted on Sep, 30 2015 @ 01:16 AM
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originally posted by: stabstab
a reply to: Kratos40

Yes where you say it sounded like a beast being butchered that describes well what I was thinking as it happened I thought a human was yelling out from that house but it was clearly not human with the sheer force of it.


The situation was that we were camped halway up the Mogollon Rim, with many valleys leading down. The sound was amplified. It was sort of human but not animal. Either the yelling was directed to us, or someone was in a dire situation.



posted on Sep, 30 2015 @ 01:48 AM
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originally posted by: stabstab
a reply to: jonnywhite

While I appreciate your perspective and I do believe you saw foot prints and hear the howl. I cannot agree with Science establishments in general insofar as all my combined experiences tell me that the complexity of this reality can certainly go way over most anyones head.

I had seen many amazing things before this that many others have also seen to one degree or another but as you put it this was indeed eart shattering for me personally and I still get all worked up just thinking about it. Also being as how my mother heard the roar and has seen some/heard paranomal stuff before she can verify all that I say and thats all I care about no dis-respect intended toward science and it's observations that we are not privy to.


To be clearer stabstab, are you saying there is some paranormal aspect to bigfoot? This would be consistent with many of the indigenous beliefs around the world, regarding such creatures. Whatever it is, it certainly gives no indication of being an uncatalogued yet otherwise ordinary biological species. There is something far more to it, either paranormal or physchology based, depending on which view you accept.



posted on Sep, 30 2015 @ 05:15 PM
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a reply to: Cogito, Ergo Sum

I don't know for sure in that the creature I saw was a real beast adapted to our environment here in CONUS and whether it's abilities are originating from latent interdimensional abilities or engineered into the creature long ago with technology I cannot say.

Certainly from the ancient native perspective they would simply see this as a mysterious creature with magical abilities and yet most creatures were respected and revered for what we would consider normal attributes that are impressive but not supernaturally so.

I spent some time in Rocky Boys Indian reservation in Montana which is south of a town on the Hi-line and is nestled in the Small Mountain range called Bears Paw. A man I knew and his family had seen one striding up the mountain out their back porch. That was back in the 80's I believe so when I saw the bigfoot sighting map and it's correlation to rainfall patterns there was a small cluster near enough to there that sure enough it was entirely possible for the big guy to roam out there. Heck I saw the illusive Wolverine crossing the road one night in a snow storm right in front of the truck there and that was a treat. The savages up there would tell you bigfoot is a spirit being of course but as ancient aliens so cleverly explains they just did not know how to fully understand in other terms what they were seeing.

So if the legends are true and some tribes and individuals have more information through direct observation than others it's worth noting that yes these beings are believed to possess supernatural powers but I tend to be on the fence on it since technology can achieve these same feats along with genetic enhancements combined with great knowledge of physics unknown to most of us common folk.

Again in the India Indian epics I see the similarities in the bodies and I have been reading and checking pictures against what I saw and it is entirely possible that that group of "monkeys" are the ancestors of bigfoot. You see everyone always thinks of bigfoot as the big massive roided out apelike hairman or gorilla looking and that may be true for the males. The females however are quite small for bigfoot at least the one I saw looked just like a Vanara female slender, agile, deadly.

The White spots, the legs, you can see examples of shorter tailed Vanara which in my book indicates that the tail simple evolved away while in turn bigfoots gained more strength and size with less of a jaw both of which would be a liability in temperate environment with large predators. Guess what else you see in the epic pictures, white Vanara.

The abilities of these creatures was obviously legendary and they were given "powers" by an alien god. I don't know about you guys but I know that the abilities I witnessed were those of far more than some kind of apex predator "neanderthal which by the way look nothing like the Vanara-like creature I saw.

I am confident I could find them out there (only to get killed by them possibly or have a injury and be eaten.) but ultimately I really don't know who or what they are in reality but I have seen enough that that is what I choose to believe at this point without resorting to full blown expeditions for actual proof.

One more thing is if you look at the epic pictures of Vanara and the beings they were enhanced to fight they look like reptillians and and guess what their are also demons of a red color with horns. Sounds like aliens to me and then again I have seen a demon and I can only say that it was indeed paranormal. So again I am on the fence as I am naturally in tune with the paranormal and yet I can never really prove it to anyone as far as I can tell.





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posted on Oct, 1 2015 @ 02:25 AM
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It is interesting to study bigfoot type claims from various cultures. There does seem to have been belief in a small man like creature in Indonesia at least as early as the 1600's, for instance. Though from people that have looked into it, these cultures historically don't distinguish between what is real/paranormal in the way we might (with an education grounded in science). They're all just "real" to them, along with all sorts of other paranormal creatures, which is a common thing with indigenous belief.

There is one culture (one of the oldest continuous cultures on earth) that has some colourful stories explaining that they are a sort of "nature elemental" associated with a certain species of tree (as in, some sort of force that normally resides in said trees). It's interesting that they can affect or even appear in dreams (or that's the claim/ part of the mythology).

People still claim to encounter similar creatures, to this very day. There is a fascinating story from one couple, where the women performed a (new age type) ceremony to welcome these paranormal type "forest elementals". Then the couple started having all sorts of dream and waking experiences with bigfoot type creatures (somewhat consistent with indigenous beliefs).

This aspect is usually overlooked in bigfoot studies where researchers seem to often "reinterpret" indigenous beliefs to fit their own. Though I'm not proposing that bigfoot is a paranormal beastie (I'm open to the possibility) and am a bit of a sceptic of the subject. Not so much of claims by people who encounter such things (I believe some people genuinely do believe they have encountered them), as much the pseudo scientists who claim all sorts of (pseudo) facts.

Possibly why I find it easier to discuss bigfoot this way. With people who base such things on experience and realise it is a personal belief, rather than being confronted with a mountain of pseudo science lol.

It appears that whatever the cause, modern people around the world are having similar experiences to those of ancient cultures.



posted on Oct, 16 2015 @ 08:38 PM
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a reply to: stabstab

If you are still in the area, see about getting even a cheap camera. Seriously. Two sightings, you have a decent chance of getting something "on film", which could be really cool. Most phones these days do pics and video, and not bad quality, either. My kids have cheap "burner"-type phones, that can record, so it's something to consider.



posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 05:45 PM
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I would if I could love but right now I am homeless and trying to get back into housing and school. Eventually I might make the effort since I know where to go now.



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