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Deduction and experience–to dogman and back

As I get older, I have come to appreciate that older people are underappreciated.  We, the elders, are wise, and our wisdom should be respected by our juniors. Like that will happen.  But I nevertheless offer some wisdom for your consideration.  It may sound familiar to some.

✶  The spiritual realm is real.   For real.

✶  There are many invisible, incorporeal, immortal spirit beings with whom we share the cosmos.  Ask about those out-of-body experiences.

✶The spirits already chose sides– good or bad.

✶ The ones who chose bad like to see us suffer and want to make us miserable as possible for as long as possible.

✶These bad spirits have been here with us on Earth for eons.   They know us well, are smart, and are much more knowledgeable about the universe than we are.

✶    The sight of one scares us stone stupid.

Given the above, I have come to these conclusions:

➙  Bigfoot can be influenced or possessed by bad spirits.   This explains some of the weirder experiences of bigfoot.

➙ Not all bigfoot are likely to be evilly influenced.

➙ “Aliens” may be bad spirits.  These aliens would have no relation to actual aliens.

  They had plenty of time to develop advanced technology like flying saucers.  This explains why UFOs can be “summoned,” why they sometimes zoom up to observers, and why they abduct and torture people.

➙  No way dogman evolved from dogs or people.   Some  contend that dogman creatures were created by genetic engineering.   Aliens and demons perhaps being the same thing, I guess it would be possible for them to make dogmen, and it sure would explain the dogman temperament.

➙  Other stuff is out there.

Strange Backyard Game Camera Picture

6/6 update:  contacted four local LE agencies, two say no helicopter searches at that time, two remain to be heard from.

These two pictures are from the game camera in the backyard. It faces a corner of the house and one side, including my daughter’s gardening area and materials–that will explain the junk.  One photo is odd and the other is normal, for comWGI_0145parison purposes.  Both were taken about 1:30 AM.WGI_0144

 

 

Photography of the subject species and surprises

I grew up in the suburbs or small towns, but we did move a lot.  The suburbs meant new houses on the edge of town, near woods and fields.   In one such place, we lived for several years.

My siblings and I spent many happy hours with the neighborhood kids.  We went on expeditions, caught minnows and crawdads, dug tunnels, and hurled Osage oranges at each other from our tree forts.    Relatively little parental supervision was the norm in those days, thank goodness.

My mom had lots of field guides in the house, and we taught ourselves to identify plants and rocks, track animals, and understand nature.

Before I first began to take pictures of what I hoped would turn out to be sasquatch, I read beaucoup sighting reports and watched many Youtube videos.

I think my efforts to see a bigfoot in those many pictures and videos primed my skills of seeing or spotting them, as well as figuring out where they should be and where they likely would be hiding.

I have had jobs requiring a fierce focus on tiny details.  That and my background knowledge about nature helped me get pretty good at finding and photographing the bigfoots around here.

I can’t really see bigfoot in person–I can see a spot where one is, but I can’t see the actual squatch.  I can see shadows  or patterns that look wrong, colors out of place, a dark spot that is too dark in comparison with nearby shadows, a texture I think is fur, or other such signs.

I  also notice crows and flies seem to follow them around.   So if an area seems unusually buzzy with bugs, that might be because you have company.   Weird noises also might be noticed.

When I first started taking pictures, I didn’t use a tripod.  When I began to use one, that helped a lot.  Then I got a new camera and a telephoto lens and that was dead useful.  The telephoto lens gives you up close without the personal.  I feel much safer at a distance.

After I take some pictures, I go home and download them, then minutely inspect every inch of them, using adjustments of light and color to bring them out somewhat.

I think taking videos seems like a waste of time–no matter what, a lot of the video is out of focus unless you put it on a tripod.  The tripod doesn’t travel well, and I like to move.    I prefer to take multiple photos with the tripod in place, then later go back to see if I can spot changes from photo to photo.  It’s a lot easier, in my opinion, to see movement that way, as opposed to video.  In addition, with video you have a bazillion frames to check. Nobody has that kind of time.

I used to be perturbed by the fact that some always looked like dogs, but now I get that.  Some look a lot like you or me.  I think there is something out there that is or looks very human, whether sasquatch is or not.   Some smaller people, too.

I don’t really like to see that stuff, but it’s there.    It’s been suggested I am seeing what I want to see, but trust me, I am always surprised.  It’s never what I expect.  And I don’t like to see that stuff.

There is also something large and long, with spots on it.   Like a big caterpillar.  I have  no idea what that could be.

Sometimes I find things that are where nothing seems to be at all–against the sky I find figures sometimes, for example, where it looks like just blue sky.  Or what look like orbs or something in the sky in my daytime pictures.   Weird.  I don’t know that that means or if it’s really real.

I don’t see anything in my folder that is a real good example, but I will try to add some really soon.

 

Orbs or weird lights

There are lots of orbs or strange lights known.   Some synonyms in English include: (per Wiki)

jack o lantern
friars lantern
fairy light
foxfire
hobby lights
pixie lights
hinkypunk

“In modern science, it is generally accepted that most ignis fatuus are caused by the oxidation of phosphine , diphosphane, and methane. These compounds, produced by organic decay, can cause photon emissions. Since phosphine and diphosphane mixtures spontaneously ignite on contact with the oxygen in air, only small quantities of it would be needed to ignite the much more abundant methane to create ephemeral fires.”

There are also the Naga fireballs of the Mekong in Viet Nam: “Glowing balls are alleged to naturally rise from the water high into the air. The balls are said to be reddish and to range in size from smaller sparkles up to the size of basketballs. They quickly rise up to a couple of hundred metres before disappearing. The number of fireballs reported varies between tens and thousands per night.”

Wes ermer's Sas Cron video
Wes ermer’s Sas Cron video

Some other reported occurrences of such lights are:

Hessdalen light in Norway
Martebo lights in Sweden
Paasselkä devil in Finland
Virvatuluke in Estonia
Fireship of Baie des Chaleurs in New Brunswick
St. Louis Light in Saskatchewan
Arbyrd/Senath Light of Missouri
Bragg Road ghost light (Light of Saratoga)
Texas
Brown Mountain Lights of North Carolina
Gurdon light of Arkansas
Hornet ghost light (The Spooklight) of Missouri-
Oklahoma state line
Land’s End Light of South Carolina
Maco light of North Carolina
Marfa lights of Texas
Oviedo Lights of Florida
Screven Spook Light of Georgia
Skinwalker Ranch lights of Utah
Summerville Light of South Carolina
The Paulding Light of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
Tunnel Dam Garden Center of Missouri
The Spooklight of Oklahoma
Min Min light of Outback Australia

mekong balls

Photographic anomalies–weird lights and such

It’s my belief that we take for granted that our world is normal–probably to save our sanity.  But the world is not always  perfectly in accord with our shared vision of what a normal world looks like.

Anomalies–things not normal– are evidence that all is not as we thought.   When we  find these,  we gloss over them, as a rule– it’s just a shadow, it’s a tree, it’s an optical illusion.  It was probably a bear.

It’s rare for someone to  stop to investigate and ask questions.  It’s a shadow of  what?  What tree?  What kind of illusion, exactly?  Does a bear have fingers?

I consider that some of my photos contain some of this kind of anomaly.  I’d like not to gloss over them, but at least to record what I think are the anomalies.

The below pictures are photographs I took with my Canon DSLR Rebel and a telephoto lens.

At times I will find a stray bright blue or red spot or small streak.  Sometimes there is a strange group of white spots or a white spot that looks unusual–square or perfectly round or with a burnt-looking edge.  They just don’t look right.

There are no flaws in the lens and it’s clean.

I have checked and the anomalous lights do not always occur in the same areas.

The lights occurred in very dark or perfectly black areas of the scene.  They are not from backlit areas.  Some of the lights are on branches or roofs or other materials known to be opaque.

To save space and your patience, I have cropped the weird lights out of the photos.

To see the collage better, use control plus  (ctrl +) until you can see it well.

anomWhile the pictures do not prove anything, per se, this is a beginning for collection of evidence.  I don’t know what it’s evidence of, but something must make these odd images.

 

 

Do Bigfoot Eat Their Dead?

It’s common knowledge in the bigfoot “community” that  all Native American names for that creature    mean something like “cannibal giant.”

However,  I am not sure this is actually true.  The links below have lists of such names and not that many contain the word “cannibal.”

Native Languages .org

 Nativevillage.org    ball game

Camp internet

It’s not clear what might be meant by cannibal–does it mean they eat us humans or that they eat other bigfoot?

We can be fairly sure some of them eat humans from time to time.  But do they eat their own kind?

More than a few human cultures have featured cannibalism at various times and  places,  for different reasons, and in different situations.

mask eWhat about other apes?  Other primates?  Some other primates do engage in cannibalism, but mostly in the cases of younger members of the species.

It was thought previously that chimpanzees would only eat infants or very young chimps.  All such cases researchers observed involved chimps  younger than three years old.  However, more recently a group’s leader was killed and cannibalized by his former friends.

Orangutans and gorillas are also known to cannibalize infants.

Bonobo chimps

Orangutans

Chimps and gorillas

Great apes also kill and  eat monkeys from time to time.  Monkeys at times eat their own young.

But none of these has been seen to eat adult members of their own species, except man.paleogenetics article 9 16 14

Overview

Some cultures eat their own relatives as part of a funeral type ritual.   It would be disrespectful not to do so.

But what about bigfoot?    Bones and bodies have not be found.   Do they eat their own dead?

This topic has been kicked around before, but the more I think about it, the more convinced I am becoming that they do consume their own dead at least sometimes.

video

Story of Orba

The Weird Stuff

It is common knowledge that many witnesses do not share their encounters with others out of fear of ridicule.   Likewise, many researchers have experiences they do not share, not with other researchers, not with, family members, not with anyone.

Most veteran researchers could, were they willing, tell you some odd events that happened to them. The cropped-old-icon.pngmore common or better known of these kinds of things include being “zapped”–being put into a trance, paralyzed, or put to sleep by a bigfoot, often including being sick afterward for at least a day.  Others experienced having batteries mysteriously drained, equipment malfunctions, and “mindspeak” or telepathic communications.

Some other events that have been shared with me by other researchers or that happened to me are:

Hearing a metallic sound

Hearing a very loud buzzing, like a giant bee

Following you home from a research area

Seeing eye glow–as opposed to reflective eyeshine

Seeing sparkles or tiny moving lights around bigfoots, including in photographs

Blue bigfoot

Green bigfoot

UFOs seen at the same time, approximately

Disappearing bigfoot

Other unknown creatures, including small bigfoot and gnomelike creatures

A  bright yellowish furry animal in a neighborhood tree.  The animal was the size of a medium dog, was not a bigfoot, not a porcupine, too big for squirrel or cat.

Being spoken to by a sasquatch

Seeing balls of light floating around–these are called orbs.

Dreaming of sasquatch, but odd spooky dreams

Blue eye shine

Dogmen

Goat Guys

Lizard Persons

Flying transparent caterpillar things

There sure is a lot of stuff going on out there that doesn’t get told.  I wonder what else there is that  I haven’t heard of yet.

Sasquatch Superpowers?

Some people believe that all phenomenon are purely physical, and some believe there are both physical and spiritual realms.

If you are of the former persuasion, you will need to suspend disbelief at this point.  Of course, the spiritual may be able to be explained by physics–but I wonder if maybe it’s the other way around, and the physical is a manifestation of things spiritual.

So, what is sasquatch?

Some say sasquatch is a spiritual being, in chief, but it can travel back and forth between the spirit and physical worlds.   In this vein, there are stories of:

footprints disappearing mid trackway,

creatures appearing and disappearing before someone’s eyes,

passing through “portals,”

“mindspeak,”

floaty and silent locomotion,

possible disappearance of some humans due to some kind of sasquatch  shenanigans,

superhuman jumping ability and running speed,

“zapping,”

UFO connections,

an eerie silence when they are nearby,

feeling of being watched,

abject fear from other creatures when bigfoot are present,

apparent invulnerability to bullets,

uncanny ability to hide and escape detection,

night vision of some kind,

glowing eyes,

some kind of bizarre government cover up, perhaps,

and so on and so on.  It’s just crazy, right?  Like some kind of comic book character.

All that is not that convincing, being just hearsay.  But we don’t start out crazy.  Here is what clues me in that there is something hinky going on:  as time passes, long-time researchers tend to report–sometimes publicly but more often privately–increasingly odd and disturbing findings.   Even the “scientific” guys.   Off the top of my head, there is Scott Carpenter (http://bf-field-journal.blogspot.com/) and, of all people, the Sasquatch Chronicles fellows.  Even Wes, Woody, and William Jevning have taken to saying that there is more about bigfoot in a story but they can’t tell it on the air because it’s just too weird.

Given the generally unusual and strange goings-on you hear about,  I  conclude that there has to be some kind of other-worldly thing happening.

flowMaybe.

 

 

A Cursed Object?

Sometime last year I found this object at my “gifting” site.  I thought it was a way to say we acknowledge you but a Hmong friend saw a picture of it and said to get rid of it, because it looked like a cursed object.  I didn’t really think so, but it bugged me, so I got rid of the thing.  Because so many things had gone wrong that year, I could believe it might be cursed.  Here is another picture of it.doll

>> So then, today, I read this:  http://www.stpeterslist.com/1266/amorth-and-curses

The Spell (aka malefice or hex)

A “spell” is the “most commonly used means to achieve evil.” In Latin, it is the male factus – meaning “Evil work.” It is generally accomplished by making some type of “evil” artifact.

The object has an almost symbolic value: it is a tangible sign of the will to harm, and it is offered to Satan to be imprinted with his evil powers. It is often said that Satan apes God; in this case we can use the sacraments as an analogy. The sacraments use tangible matter (for instance the water of baptism) as an instrument of grace. In the malefice matter is used as an instrument of harm.

Application of the Malefice:

Direct Way: “Consists of mixing the object that is used for the spell into the victims’s food or drink. As already mentioned, this is manufactured with the most diverse materials; it can be menstrual blood; bones of dead people; various burned powders, mostly black; animal parts – the heart seems to be the favorite; peculiar herbs, and so on.”

Indirect Way: “This consists in hexing objects that belong to the target (photographs, clothes, or other belongings) or figures that represent the accuresed: dolls, puppets, animals, even real people of the same age and sex. This is called “transfer” material, and it is struck with the same ills that are inteded for the victim.”

Other Attributes:

Binding Malefice: The transfer object is bound with various ribbons or animal hairs to produce a “binding” effect. Fr. Amorth recounts an event where a doll was bound to an umbilical cord with horse hair in an attempt to strike a pregnant woman’s child.

Hex Objects: Often times transfer objects for a hex appear inside pillows or mattresses.

I have found just about everything, from colored and tied ribbons to chunks of hair tightly knotted… animals – especially mice – or geometric shapes; and blood clots. I have seen chunks of wood or iron, twisted wire, and dolls full of piercing and marks and have witnessed the sudden appearance of very thick braids of children or women’s hair.

Miraculously, sometimes these objects are not even visible until holy water is sprinkled upon the opened pillow.1

  1. As a reminder, Fr. Amorth stresses that the best defense against all such demonic attacks – ordinary, extraordinary, curses, etc. – is faithfully living the Catholic life, especially frequent participation in the sacraments of confession and the Eucharist. []