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    Default Hoss Lors on Skinwalkers

    This is a rare instance where the actual Native American manifestation known as the skinwalker is discussed by a man who witnessed the phenomenon as he was invited to the Navajo Native Reservation as a primary education teacher.


    He is a rare individual who has certain insights that I feel translate to other topics that are of much interest on this forum.
    The Skinwalker mythos has themes that translate with what we consider to be the elite and their use of ritualistic murder to gain wealth, youth and power.


    In one instance of the interview Hoss is asked what Skinwalkers get that would make it worth committing murder to be one.
    He started to answer in a very stereotypical way and then he stopped himself and started again.
    Hoss states in reply to the question that Skinwalkers for some reason are transferred wealth in the form of land, livestock and cars.
    Hoss goes on to talk about one of the most famous Navajo Chiefs, a man by the name of Chief Manuelito. Chief Manuelito rounded up four skinwalkers in the late 1800's and killed them as is still legal to do on Navajo land in the present time.
    Hoss stated that the extreme wealth of these four skinwalkers was one of the ways it was made easy to find them.
    At the very beginning of the interview Hoss tells a story about a young boy that while completing an English assignment to write a scary story for Halloween he instead told the very real story of how his mother became a skinwalker. This is very much worth listening to in my opinion.
    Hoss also states that it is his opinion that Shamans are making themselves a vessel for another entity from another dimension, and that this is mostly the result of having committed murder.
    I think there is truth to this with the elite and the rituals they carry out as well.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-cUvMVnvJR4&t=1396s

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    Default Re: Hoss Lors on Skinwalkers

    There is some interesting info on this video as well:

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    Default Re: Hoss Lors on Skinwalkers

    I just ran across this on YouTube.






    COAST TO COAST AM. Author and paranormal investigator Hoss Lors discussed his years living on a Navajo reservation and his witnessing of the amazing powers of the Skinwalkers, the Navajo name for a type of shape-shifter. He explained that Skinwalkers are actually people who engage in black magic or negative witchcraft, sometimes using the pelt of animals as part of their transformation ritual. Lors said he had several encounters with Skinwalkers while on the reservation-- one involved a rabid dog which he killed. Before he could dispose of it, the body of the dog disappeared, and he became extremely ill. When Lors visited a Navajo Medicine Man, he learned that the Skinwalker who created the rabid dog released a toxic powder which he breathed in when he was hitting the dog.

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