Sunday, May 13, 2012

5 Strange Bigfoot Theories (videos); Wisdom Quarterly
The "Snowwalker" video, shot by two hikers on a 1992 Neppal expedition, is credible yeti ("Abominable Snowman") footage. Tibetan Buddhists, Native Americans, Siberians, Shamans, Hindus, Jains, Nepalese Sherpas, and all Himalayan peoples are certain the creatures exist.

The 5 strangest theories about Sasquatch
There [may or] may not be actual giant bipedal humanoids wandering the wilderness. But that hasn't stopped Bigfoot [Sasquatch, "wild man of the woods"] fanatics from coming up with some seriously weird theories explaining all those footprints and blurry videos [recorded vocalizations and sightings, hair samples and plaster casts, legends and cross-cultural similarities].

While Bigfoot seems like a North American phenomenon, there are tales of giant wildmen around the world -- the Tibetan Yeti to the Australian Yowie and Siberia's Chunchunya [and even possible Indonesian fossil evidence].

Could these creatures really be endemic worldwide? Or is there some deep part of the human psyche that peers into the wilderness and sees not something alien, but rather a horrifying reflection of what we could have been (and might still be) without the thin veneer of "civilization" we've wrapped ourselves in?

Or maybe we're actually seeing invisible, telepathic, hypnotic, other-dimensional aliens. Here are the five weirdest theories of what's really going on when people report a Bigfoot sighting. More

The existence of Bigfoot is taken for granted throughout Native North America, and so are his powerful psychic abilities. [Native elders] say that Bigfoot knows when humans are searching for him and that he chooses when and to whom to make an appearance, and that his psychic powers account for his ability to elude the white man's efforts to capture him or hunt him down.

Under hypnosis he told of watching two UFOnauts descend from beneath a huge hovering disk-shaped UFO and walk casually into the woods followed by a tall, hair-covered ape-like creature that seemed subservient to them.

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