posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:01 PM
I have always maintained, often times all alone, that FB/FB does some of the best analyses of sasquatch videos out of any other person or group. Not
only that, but they also have videos that depict similar sighting videos and pictures, among other things. Personally I have stopped trying to
convince others that sasquatch exist. I figure that if they want to be so stubborn then they can bask in their ignorance.
But that is why some people get really messed up psychologically speaking after a close encounter with one of these huge animals. I mean they don't
exist right? So what do most people think when they come face to face with one? They cannot process it. I suppose that myself, and many other people,
do have the advantage over most non-believers, because they have not had the opportunity to see what we have seen.
I am relatively good at spotting authentic sasquatch videos, both because I have had an encounter, and because I have spent so much time attempting to
learn about these animals. People do not realize how many verified sighting reports exist. Verified meaning the case was investigated and it was
concluded that a sasquatch was likely what the witness had seen. People also do not realize just how many square miles of uninhabited, and even
unexplored, pristine forest land there is in just the US...not to mention the whole of North America.
And then people say we would have found one by now if they existed...But they fail to realize that we have found them. People see them all the time,
but most do not file sighting reports with one of the few organizations that allows people to submit them. So there are likely thousands more
sightings no one ever hears about. Probably some good ones too. If you spend as much time as I have researching the behavior of these animals, by
combing through hundreds and hundreds of reports, you will soon learn that certain patterns start to emerge. Patterns that would not be present if the
reports were hoaxes, or the witness had misidentified a known animal.
And you will soon realize that there is nothing really mysterious about these animals, and that they are in fact just animals. Very large animals that
is, and very intelligent, but still wild animals. And they behave as such. They likely do not have a culture as we know it, and any rituals or beliefs
they have are likely to be highly undeveloped. They have no real language, although they might have a working system of jibber-jabber, which I suppose
may or may not qualify as a language. Considering that their upright posture would have allowed their vocal organs to be arranged more like humans,
speech of some type is actually expected, unlike gorillas and chimpanzees and other apes.
Sasquatch are likely the second smartest species on the planet, after humans. I am sure that they could be taught to speak crude English after a
period of time, and they likely would outperform other great apes at just about every task. But their mental abilities will not rival our human
abilities, and the only area that sasquatch will show more intelligence than a human is in their native environment. They know and understand their
environment, and this has helped them to stay hidden for so long, although they really haven't remained hidden very well, lol.
And even more importantly, they understand humans who enter their environment. They have likely figured out that people either come into their
territory to hunt, fish, camp, hike, etc., and that the people will likely be gone after a few hours or a few days, in most cases. Thus they likely
would choose to just leave you alone and go about their business. Most of the reports of sasquatch actually entering someone's camp have patterns as
well. The animals will actually wait until it knows everyone has gone to bed, which doesn't take much reasoning ability, and then it moves in
extremely quietly. And 99% of the time sasquatch enters a camp for one reason and one reason only...Food. They will rummage through ice chests and
backpacks, or anything that they can open, looking for food.
It seems at least some of them know how to open a zipper and other human containers as well. They are quite intelligent, as I mentioned. Considering
that gorillas and chimps can do some amazing tasks, just imagine what bigfoot can do. They also perceive the world much faster than us, just like a
chimp does. Flash many different lights at one time, for only 1 second, or even less, and a chimp can show you which lights or buttons were lit
up...even though it saw them for a second or less. That is how sasquatch naturally are, and this gives them a huge advantage in their environment.
Their reaction time is thus quicker than any other animal in their habitat, or at least most likely. I have so much info on these animals that I
should write a book. I could go on for days, although I know there are still non-believers out there scoffing at this right now, lol. It's K.
Everyone will know soon enough I'm sure.