Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Bigfoot: Yetis fighting Bears in Siberia

October is "Monster Month" at Wisdom Quarterly

Yetis (abominable snowmen) are at war with Russian brown bears in the Taiga

(Voice of Russia, Oct. 12, 2010) Russians are concerned that a growing battle between bears and the "human like" Yeti [yakshi in Buddhist cosmology] of the forests will cause trouble this winter, when the defeated bears come into villages looking for food.

The Taiga is the world's largest boreal forest and biome

According to the Voice of Russia: "The director of the International Center for Hominology [relict hominids], Igor Burtsev, asserts that Yetis leave traces of their stay in the Taiga and fight with local bears: "They make strange pyramidal constructions of trunks and branches in the wood – sometimes three or four meters high, sometimes only 30 centimeters high.

"Sometimes they bend huge trees and twist their trunks like wheels. A human being is not strong enough to do that. And there seems to be no need for bears to do this. At first, we thought that yetis were doing this to make shelters. But then we came to the conclusion that this is a sort of landmark for them...."

If this "war" between yetis and bears continues, there is a risk that bears will not sleep this winter because of a shortage of food, instead going to villages in search of something to eat. To prevent this, the region's authorities plan to organize bear feedings. Source (via The Voice of Russia)

As long as there are no psychic battles between Yeti and local human residents, the winter should be bearable. Local legend and shamanic advice dictates that a gift be brought and left for the "Man of the Mountain" (Yeti) just as is done in Nepal, Bhutan, Tibet, and throughout the Himalayan range at shrines set up specially for this purpose. Rakshasas or Yakshas, as they are known in Buddhism, have preter-natural strength and other superhuman abilities, whether interpreted as psychic or instinctive, having evolved to survive as the top predator in a harsh environment.

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