Are UFOs and Bigfoot Parts of the Same Phenomena?

Many things have caught my eye and curiosity lately. One of which is that Ufology is starting to divert from the classical ‘nuts and bolts’ advanced technology that UFO aliens are supposed to have to a more ‘metaphysical’ approach advocated by researchers and writers such as Jacques Vallee, Nick Redfern, Greg Bishop, Nick Pope, and Jeremy Vaeni. The reason being that the UFO/alien experience is interpreted differently by different people. Examples such as the UFOs suddenly disappearing, excessive-radical flight maneuvers and shape changing characteristics are noted, odd since these things are supposedly ‘solid’ objects. Same thing with the ‘grays’, some are experienced as aliens, other people interpret them as religious figures such as Christ, Mohammed, Gabriel, Mother Mary, Lucifer and assorted demons and angels.

Author Mac Tonnies has an interesting theory that an advanced race of super-intelligent beings he dubs ‘crypto-terrestrials’ who are either native to Earth, or had colonized millions of years are controlling our perceptions of reality for whatever purpose they deem appropriate.

Now the ‘Bigfoot/Skunk Ape’ mystery gets thrown into the crypto-terrestrial blender. According to Bruce Duensing of Intangible Materiality:

We forage the forest..we scan the skies to no avail. Ensnared by a quest for proof, we assume a naturalist stance in a new variation of spontaneous generation. Skunk Apes come from swamps, anomalous craft come from outside our atmosphere, because it must be so. So onward we slog, ridiculed, prone to infighting and self referential prophecies that lead back to a deep rooted desire to fill in the blanks. Which story do you prefer?

Trick or Treat. We are in the midst of a supra terrestrial race who don the guise most appropriate to the observer. Our ancestors were taught by the fish men. Dragons breathed fire that illuminated the clouds in the night sky as they flew toward some presumed lair. We several centuries later are taunted by the Norwegians, The Greys, the Dwarf Gnomes, Homid Apes…name your choice in a circumstantial game of antidotes. We share this terrestrial location with a superior race of chimeras.

They fractionate consensus with a flick of the wrist. They can deconstruct our sciences by mere appearance. They have us gabbing in self referential circles.

He goes on to say that ‘they’ must have great patience with us humans because even as we destroy their habitats, they haven’t done the same to us. Yet.

The other side of this debate in my view is that there’s been waaayyy too much physical circumstantial evidence indicating that Bigfoot and his various incarnations are actual material animals. The African Mountain Gorilla was a myth for centuries until a body was brought back. But my point is that Bigfoot doesn’t have to be a metaphysical creature who hides in a folded dimension right under our noses. Forest animals have an uncanny knack for camaflage and hiding ability. As an experienced wild game hunter (until my health stopped me), I can tell you even the largest creature can roll themselves into a ball so small and lay like the dead under a non-descript bush for hours until the scent of human leaves the area. A supposed sasquatch could be right behind a six inch diameter tree within a couple of feet of a hunter and the human would never know it!

But in this wonderful Universe of ours where the weird science of quantum physics rule the micro-world, anything is possible.

Even hairy crypto-terrestrials who fly strange vehicles!

4 responses

  1. In a recent episode of SciFi Channels’ ‘Destination Truth’, the team goes to an Himalayan mountain village who has a resident Yeti. While they didn’t come away with the animal, they got a fresh foot-print and recorded heat images that suddenly ‘disappeared’ when they tracked it.

    Hairy crypto-terrestrial indeed!

  2. The Highwayman | Reply

    Yes, as usual, researchers are always one step behind their quarry. “Jacko” was supposed to be a genuine sasquatch, back in the 1800’s, who was raised by townsfolk in a certain village over in Europe. You might want to Google that one up, marine, and see what you can find. It was an interesting story, and I haven’t followed up on it in a few years.

    You know I’m a skeptic on the UFO thingie, but there have been cases where so-called “extinct” animals have shown up, much to the chagrin of ‘experts’ that had them killed off millions of years ago. I’m not as inclined to write off “Biggie” though. I know what you mean about animals “rolling up into balls”, too. I was a trapper and hunter as a youth… an animal’s IQ increases substantially when it’s being hunted.

    Biggie would be no exception!

  3. White tail deer around here in good ol’ Upstate NY are great ones who ‘disappear’ during hunting season, especially buck with huge racks. They go in places a goddamn rabbit wouldn’t try to hide in!

    You could be tracking a wounded one via blood trail and all of a sudden the trail disappears, with no trees or brush anywhere around! One would think it dropped into another dimension!

  4. Hi dad2059…

    My home is about 30 miles from the base of Mt. St. Helens. The Gifford Pinchot forest has been a virtual hotbed of Sasquatch sitings.

    A number of years ago my wife and I were up on the East Fork of the Lewis River. The trip was simply a nature trip with picnic etc.

    As I stood on the edge of the river bank, I had the feeling we were being watched. I think we are all gifted with the same instincts as our animal brethren except they’ve gone somewhat dormant with our domestication and the so-called civilizing influence.

    I kept scanning the dense forest across the river and I finally saw a disturbance in the brush and what seemed like the hairy back of a manlike creature bounding up the bank into the trees. The river at that point was probably about 100 feet across and quite swift running. We also got a short but pungent scent of something animal-like. Dung, body odor, or whatever but at the same time alien to our nostrils. Maybe it was a Sasquatch “fart”… :))

    All I can say is I live in area where the forest and underbrush is quite dense. When you get up into the Mr. Adams wilderness area to the east of St. Helens it can be quite “spooky” at times. The old time natives in the area were quite superstitious concerning Mt. St. Helens and quite fearful of venturing onto the shoulders of the mountain and the surrounding countryside. The claimed that a race of large hairy beings resided on the mountain and would “eat” men! I’m sure the tribal elders possibly “puffed” the dangers to seem more brave if they did venture into the woods, but then again?!

    The moutain erupted on May 18th, 1980 at 8:32 am on Sunday. The blast could be heard in British Columbia, but no one heard the blast in Portland, Oregon about 40 miles to the SW of the event. All the sound was directed northward due to the way the mountain erupted.

    The last time it erupted to this magnitude was about 4,400 years ago. It has a large amphitheater like crater to the north of the mountains base which is good because it’s kept subsequent eruptions shielded from developed areas to the south and west.

    Anyway I thought I’d share some of my local geological events and a possible Sasquatch siting with you.

    Carl Nemo **==

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