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    Bill,

    Quote “I have no idea what it was other than to say it was quite large, with light colored fur and had human characteristics. It was able to stand on two legs but also came down on all fours,” said Sean Worthington, one of the hikers. He added: “I am a scientist by training and not prone to make fanciful claims, but I cannot deny seeing the thing.”
    I've just finished reading David Paulides 'The Hoopa Project' and 'Tribal Bigfoot' back to back and I don't believe there is a single mention of one of these hominids ever going down on all fours. However, it may have been ducking or using something for purchase so possibly an insignificant remark.

    In the aforementioned books there is a tentative conclusion that the lighter coloured hominids are juvenile, like teenagers.

    There is also a far more relevant conclusion towards the end of the second book, Tribal Bigfoot, that there are not just one but two hominids out there. One more prone to aggression. From early DNA results there may be a link between the possible inter-breeding with humans (native american) leading to the more placid hominid. Pure speculation at present.

    Re: Interbreeding - There is a surprising amount of possible kidnaps and rapes including even one account of a male captured by a female. Paulides even comments on the statistics of reported rapes amongst humans, adding that a hominid/human encounter is far less likely to be reported. A valid assumption I feel.

    We cannot know the circumstances of the alleged attack, it may have been provoked in perhaps a naive way. Good intention will go a long way as you well know but bear in mind its usefulness would depend on the hominid encountered.

    As to Mara I think she'll be fine as she'll stick to you like glue if there is an encounter, failing that she'll make it home long before you.

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    I have read where bigfoots are real, and few are still alive because something happened and they no longer have the ability to procreate ...
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    Quote Posted by samildamach (here)
    You could always attach a dash cam to Mara,s collar while u explore ,you never know what she might find

    Lol, I refer you to this post above by matina...
    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1089625


    "I already see Mara,the fearless dog,growing wings the moment she smells this creature "


    If anything mara would be the "canary in the coal mine"... But what do I know.
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    Well if Bill does go ahead with this multi day trek in the mountains, the saYing "Now that's living" comes to mind

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    In the words of David Paulides, no one has gone missing with a GPS beacon and a firearm. Not sure where you stand on the latter Bill, but it may be prudent.
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    Thought this one might be of interest... So, Bill guess I haven't heard you speak of Bigfoot before. What do you think about him? Is he just another primate or have special abilities? It seems like he also can be good and bad...lol is that deja vu good & bad with ETs? just thinking of your Project Camelot meeting with Greer...


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    Do these creatures have more evolved or sensitive instincts than us humans, hence the ability to sense when any intruders are around so it makes them more illusive to human contact?

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    Default Re: Bigfoot in my back yard in Ecuador (well, pretty close)

    Quote Posted by mojo (here)

    Bill guess I haven't heard you speak of Bigfoot before. What do you think about him? Is he just another primate or have special abilities?
    I've been fascinated by Bigfoot for years, and have actually posted here on Avalon quite a lot.

    Do read this, the most compelling (and fascinating) Bigfoot encounter I ever heard, when one of the creatures was injured in a forest fire, was witnessed at very close hand by a whole team of firefighters (the Bigfoot was medically treated, and then removed to another location), and the entire incident was hushed up:

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...=1#post1078880

    My [tentative!] opinion about what Bigfoot/Sasquatch is that on the face of it, it seems fairly likely to be a relic (i.e. non-extinct, surviving) Gigantopithecus. But having said that, I'm aware of the DNA analysis of Dr Melba Ketchum (see this post of mine, also), whose work suggests it's a hybrid of some kind.

    So yes, equally tentatively, I think it's an exotic, rare (or maybe even not so rare!) primate, and nothing esoteric or out-of-this-world. But I'd not actually stake my life on that.
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    There has been alleged encounters with similar creatures and in the same vicinity UFOs have been sighted. Could it have interdimensional associations? Or a mixture of everything I wonder. Is Bigfoot an ancient creature making our theory of evolution wrong? It seems to be aware of its own existence to some degree of intelligent is there, and in some cases in seems to take our present for granted, so is it aware of our technology and what happens if it sees an aircraft or has found a radio that has been lost by explorers? There are so man ramifications to all this. What is the creatures relations to other forms of life other than humans? Are there different types with a social structure, are they solitarily creatures or like social contact?

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    Ewan/Bill in lioyd Pye work/vid he mentions that primitive cultures used Hominids as slaves, capturing, then training them to work for them, and yes as sex slaves causing hybrid berths.
    Some hybrids have become adults and lived in the normal towns. Graves of the last to die are known of etc.

    Lloyd Pye has come to the conclusion, with geneticist input that, we are a hybrid of Male-Anunnaki and Female-Earth-Hominids.































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    Thanks, Sunny for posting the Lloyd Pye video....I had never seen it! Most informative!!

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    hi All,

    I live in a city and a country to small and to many people to have bigfoots here.
    But i was always curious not really searching on information on BFoot.

    I red a book (16 years ago) named; the masters of the far east. Their life and their teachings. "Its about" a groep of scientists who go to the foreign Persie around the year 1894. In the 3 years they spend there doing research, really a lot happens. Very wonderful things. They do meet people with an extreme amount of knowledge on life and being spirit in humanbody.

    Somewhere in the book there is an explanation by the wise man on the Snowman living in the remote area s. Some of the scientists took time in the journey to go and find the snowman in the remote mountains. The did get permission from the wise man. The wise man felt love for the snowman and did not want the snowman to be hunted or shot. The wise man explaned that the snowman once ....times ago.....were humans. Humans that were send away and being hunted not to come back, exicled people, which had to survive in remote areas. Over the years and years (evolution) they transformend from beings with human bodies into to snowman like beings which became adapted to mother nature.

    By the way, The scientists did not see them due to bad weather and snowy curcumstances.




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    Quote Posted by guido (here)
    [...] the masters of the far east.






    Source: http://www.ignaciodarnaude.com/ufolo...J.Spalding.pdf

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    Keep in mind the Saquatchs don't like dogs and they don't like them. I don't know if that's better or worse when out looking for them, but David Paulides has many cases of people going missing with their dogs (his latest book covers missing hunters, some with dogs). Bring a sat phone or transponder/locator.
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    Personally I would not risk my dog to such a venture. her being with you could at minimum mean no show of the others, at worst she could trigger negative actions thinking she is protecting you.

    Leave her at home safe and sound to welcome you back.
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    I did read one account where so name Bigfoot had some form of telepathic abilities, but there are many different types so who knows where all this is going.

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    These reports are just a slight stones' throw from "uncontacted human tribes" of which there are...many. At this point, "we" think we've probably found them all, but many of them are considered "uncontacted" since the contacts were fairly hostile and it was obvious they wanted to be left alone, and they are. Brazil has many, also in the Andaman Islands and New Guinea. Even since the advent of color photography, some of the New Guinea tribes did not know there were any other people--not in terms of white European explorers, they did not know there were any more tribes in New Guinea. At least 800 languages are spoken there, most of which are mutually unintelligible.

    Those tribes seem to have an average population of about 200. With that kind of behavior coming from something close to a "normal" human, I imagine it would be more extreme from someone who may have super senses or telepathy, disinterest in any contact, and great strength to stay away.

    Of course, I've heard that humans have a form of telepathy, but there are many different kinds of those.

    So if I had to guess, in order to meet them, you'd probably have to bathe in dead fish and excrement and live like them for several years. During that time, grow another foot or two taller. Otherwise, I bet it will just be glimpses and guesswork for us, along with the customary "official denial".

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    My hope is that the debate over their existence will eventually fade and a general acceptance will set in. THEN we can dive into the (IMO) more important discussion:

    Can we prove these creatures are sentient? Like a lot of people would say about dolphins. THEN we can ask questions like, are they also an "ensouled" species like humans? If so, then things really get interesting. I've read stories of astral travelers who have interacted with the spirits of those who inhabited dolphins before. (It sounded like dolphins look down their noses at humans. At least the one in the account did. If so, I don't blame them one bit for being like that.)

    But it kind of opens up the possibility of different forms of spiritual contact to find out more about their race and their history. That kind of thing is not always the most reliable form of research but I think it is still helpful. I've read accounts of other encounters where it sure seemed like some of them have telepathic abilities. Which kind of makes me lean toward these beings as perhaps more spiritually mature than we are, or maybe a certain percentage of them. If they're any thing like us, then the young ones are often more rash and quick to overreact compared to the elders of their race. :- )

    FYI - I'm pretty sure Dolores Cannon has come across people in her past life recall work who have shed a little light on this subject too, but it kind of falls in the territory of legend. As in: there are legends that claim to depict the reasons why Mars lost its atmosphere, and what caused the asteroid belt out beyond Mars. That kind of stuff is interesting reading but you can't put a lot of stock in it. Again, just my opinion.

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    Are some of these sighting deliberate like they want to be seen for some unknown reason, or do they choose who they show themselves to?

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    Default Re: Bigfoot in my back yard in Ecuador (well, pretty close)

    Sounds exciting, Bill. However, it also sounds a little dangerous.

    I'd like to chime in here about the advisability of bringing Mara along. While she would certainly be great for alerting you to unseen (but detected by her nose) biologicals, I'm not so sure that she would be up to the job of scaring off or defeating something truly ferocious - at least without putting her own life in danger. In addition, she herself may become the reason for an approach and attack - humans are relatively benign, dogs would rightly be see as threatening.

    A gun of some sort, assuming one is proficient, might be good in a real attack, but could go wrong very easily. At the very least, keeping something non-lethal like bear spray or an airhorn noisemaker ready to hand would be a good idea, I think.

    So, do you really want to retrieve your backpack so badly?

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