Our Take on Bigfoot

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BigfootYou may wonder what two guys in New Mexico are doing researching Bigfoot. For one, I grew up in the Pacific Northwest so Bigfoot was a fairly common topic in the area. Secondly, we aren’t doing Bigfoot research at all. Our take on Bigfoot may differ from most and may possibly be the first time you’ve heard this theory. We have come to this idea, oddly enough, based on research into ET’s (or interdimensional travelers, depending on your viewpoint).

Bigfoot isn’t even on our radar but during research into what I will call extraterrestrial’s, things surfaced that led to a compelling possibility into what Bigfoot may actually be.

Before we get into our theory, let’s take a brief look at some information regarding Bigfoot.

Sightings have been reported for thousands of years of a large, bi-pedal, hairy, man-like being seen mostly in very remote regions of the globe.

In Tibet he is known as Yeti, Michê, Dzu-teh, Migoi (or Mi-go), Bun Manchi, Mirka or Kang Admi. People of European descent in the region use the term Abominable Snowman.

The Native Americans refer to this being as Sasquatch

In the Pacific Northwest he is referred to as Bigfoot

In the Southwest: Skunk Ape or Swamp Ape

In Canada: Wendigo

In Russia: Almasty

In the Australian outback: Yowie

In Sumatra: Orang Pendek

In China: Yeren

And there are many more.

So as you can see, the sightings and history are global. This is part of what led us to arrive at our theory. How could a similar creature be spotted all over the world in countries with different cultures separated by vast oceans for thousands of years? Well, what if it was placed there?

Yeti hand and skull capIn Pangboche, Nepal, high in the Himalaya’s, a skull cap and hand (known as the Pangboche Hand) are said to be that of the Yeti. DNA tests carried out came back somewhat inconclusive but stating that the hand did contain some human DNA.

However, there remains a debate on whether the finger bone provided for testing was actually from the Pangboche Hand as the scientists stated they expected a “much larger finger” as well as some hair, which was absent. Why would the scientists be given a human finger to test?

Two of the most compelling areas of evidence for the existence of Bigfoot come in the form of hundreds of footprint castings and the infamous Patterson-Gimlin film that was recorded on October 20, 1967.

Many of the footprint castings are obvious fakes and hoaxes. However, there are many with dermal ridges. Jimmy Chilcutt, a well known fingerprint forensic analyst who is well-respected by both the FBI and DEA, has come to the conclusion that many of the castings are of an unknown bi-pedal primate who is very much real. He found that the print ridges flowed lengthwise on the foot rather than side to side, as human prints do. Many of these casts also show scarring on the feet which cause the dermal ridges to curve inward. He also found the ridges to be twice the thickness of humans.

Also of note is the heel-to-toe gait of humans vs the transverse tarsal gait of a primate. Many of the prints show this type of gait which is not how humans walk. There is also evidence that the big toe bends and digs into the ground while walking which could not be accomplished using fake feet to make prints.

The Patterson-Gimlin film has been gone over by countless researchers for decades. Depending on who you believe, it’s either a man in a gorilla suit or anatomically no human could move the way the subject in the film does. I have my own personal thoughts on the video but it’s up to the individual to decide for themselves what they are seeing.

So how does what we have learned doing UFO/ET research led us to any conclusions regarding Bigfoot? One of the main things reported by abductee research can be carried over to include Bigfoot.

One of the most significant things I read was from an abductee who after asking his captors whose planet this is (ours or theirs) was shown a series of holographic images depicting primates in various stages. Some he recognized but some were of monkeys or apes or human-looking primates that he had never seen before and looked very strange. It was indicated that these species were genetically altered and modified, some of which became the humans we recognize today, but not all of them.

3 GreysIs Bigfoot an extraterrestrial hybrid or experiment the same as modern man? If an advanced civilization came to Earth and jump started evolution or gave it a nudge in a specific direction, it’s possible that more than one species was altered. This could help explain their elusiveness and high level of intelligence, including why no dead bodies have ever been recovered.

Do they bury their dead? Do the remains of a body get removed? Do they perhaps live hundreds of years? Aside from these possibilities, animals that die in the wild are rarely found by humans. Depending on the specific location, dead animals fall victim to the environment, scavengers and decay at an alarming rate. The carcass of a a dead black bear is extremely rare to come upon due to these circumstances. They are simply consumed and scattered about far too quickly.

The Native Americans have long stated that Bigfoot is a spiritual being, capable of supernatural feats including the ability to disappear. This sounds interdimensional and very similar to many reports of ET’s and alien craft.

There have been reports that the US Government does not want the existence of Bigfoot known. If this is true (and I have no way of knowing) one of the reasons could be because of the link to an advanced civilization based on DNA modification. How could a species evolve to this level of advancement all on their own without anyone knowing about them? They would more than likely require some outside assistance.

Create or modify a highly intelligent species and then place it in various remote regions of the globe where there is very little chance of it being discovered. Makes as much if not more sense to me than the Gigantopithecus theory.

I believe that Bigfoot exists. However, I don’t feel that it’s an unknown species of primate that evolved on its own and just happens to be so lucky that it can avoid detection or capture based on primal skills and good fortune alone.

Is Bigfoot a parallel side project with a different agenda? Would DNA from Bigfoot show traces of Neanderthal or Cro-Magnon that has been modified genetically? One program yielded modern man and another yielded Bigfoot?

If Bigfoot truly exists it has already shown itself far more intelligent and advanced than Homo sapiens. No wars, no greed, it’s not killing the planet and isn’t responsible for garbage like the individuals that hold political office, chemtrails or The Voice.

One experiment appears to have been successful while the other, not so much. The best thing we can do as a species is leave this creature alone and spend more time and resources cleaning up our own mess.

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4 Responses to “Our Take on Bigfoot”
  1. Diana says:

    Your article on Bigfoot touches on the surface of many things.

    First, Jimmy Chilcutt, while a respected fingerprint expert, is usually called in for just that, fingerprints. The information you gave on the gait of some of the more legitimate looking prints is about 5% of the years of work done by Dr. Jeff Meldrum, NOT Mr. Chilcutt. You guys have it mostly right but there is so much more evidence for Bigfoot just through the footprints, and Dr. Meldrum is by far the most educated, respected and reasonably skeptical of all the Bigfoot “experts”. Even the outright debunkers leave him alone.

    You never finished the story about the finger that was DNA tested and found to be human. That is a pretty well known fact at this point. Now I do not recall all the details but I am sure it is on the internet plus this was a documentary on The National Geographic Channel, the most skeptical network out there when it comes to the paranormal. In the 1950′s an anthropologist was allowed to handle the hand that the monks in the monastery owned. He was so convinced it was not from a known species that he left and came back later with a human finger bone and did the old switcharoo. Not too professional but hey, that’s life. Case closed. This is not rumor, this is fact and there is film and the confession of a couple of people on this. Not the best story debunking Bigfoot DNA.

    What most people do not understand is that to use DNA for testing what you are doing is trying to find a match. If you are a criminal and leave your DNA at the scene of the crime, they cannot find you unless they possess your DNA for comparison. It’s a match game not a discovery game. So if you are looking for a creature using DNA testing that has never been catalogued what will you have? DNA that is humanoid but inconclusive. Inconclusive does not mean nonexistent, it means we are looking at the DNA of an animal that we do not currently possess the DNA of (and we have about everything we know exists at this point). Too much DNA has come out with that exact result, the most compelling coming from blood samples. Then there are the hair samples that also do not match to any known species.

    As for not finding a body, since there seems to be some intelligence to this creature and we know now that even the most primitive of the genus homo buried their dead, this is not an unrealistic assumption. Then again, when was the last time someone found a bear carcass? Animals tend to find hidden places to curl up and die in and if they do not, in an active forest it takes only a day or so for the insects and scavengers to completely demolish a corpse. This part is not conjecture, this is hard, tested, known science. Heck go to Youtube, you can see it in time-lapse there.

    The Patterson-Gimlin film is about as debated at the JFK conspiracy, and with as much progress towards a conclusion. Personally, the most compelling evidence I have come across in favor of its validity is the apparent “suit”. This film was made at a time when special effects were still quite simple and even the best monster movies were obviously men in suits. The artist responsible for the makeup in the Planet of the Apes (original) movies was considered, at the time, THE cutting edge special effects monster maker (who won awards for his work) and he has said in many interviews that there is no way in the world, at that time, that even he could have faked the muscle movement and the arm and leg ratio to torso of the creature in the film. That, to me, is pretty convincing that it’s not a man in a costume. At the very least it should keep the film on the table for debate.

    As for your hypotheses, all I can ask is how you figure any of them are more simple, as you say, or better than straight up crypotzoology; that is, that this is either an unknown branch of ape or a still surviving branch we have fossils for but cannot yet match up. certainly we find new species all the time. The Silverback Gorilla was for decades considered fantasy or to be misidentified by the locals who swear they had seen them, yet now we have people living with and studying them in the wild. This happens quite often so it has always made me wonder why Bigfoot could not be something that simple. Nothing paranormal there.

    As for your idea that they were planted by aliens and that is why they are present in different parts of the world, well, if you look at each one from each place they are not only called different things they look slightly different, even act slightly different from each other, as do other animals, including humans, depending on where they come from. Even in the US, Bigfoot is from the Pacific Northwest and is tall, a bit stinky, with glossy black hair. He is quiet and hides in the shadows. In Florida he is called the Skunk Ape and has red, matted hair, smells quite pungent and has a nasty temper. This is not inconsistent with other animals. Case in point; I can stay in one just state in the US and encounter one kind of snake that runs when it sees me (corn snake) and another that will chase me down if I piss it off even slightly (Cottonmouth/Water Moccasin).

    It just seems to me people make this a lot more complicated than it really is. But if you want a paranormal aspect to the Bigfoot phenomenon, many researchers have noticed that just before or after a spate of Bigfoot (or kin) sightings there are also many UFO reports. Some people who have encountered this creature report new found psi abilities, as with alien encounters. This to me is the road investigators should be on.

    Finally, as for the TV “Bigfoot hunter” programs, shame on any researcher in any field that takes their facts from a reality show.

    Great article guys, good start but if you follow up a bit you may be surprised at your conclusions.

    (If nothing else read Jeff Meldrum’s book “Sasquatch; Legend Meets Science” and be ready for some dry academia, but well worth it).

  2. Kurt Kurt says:

    It’s clear that you have trouble with reading comprehension. As mentioned in the article, we’re not, never have been and never will be Bigfoot researchers (and I don’t even recall mentioning any television programs).

    The point of the article is that we found correlations between the alien agenda (as stated by countless abductees) and Bigfoot. The DNA modification program makes sense to us as another project by ET’s. One program ended up with us (and still continues to this day) and another with Bigfoot (which may explain the elusiveness and global range of the species). We will leave it to the Bigfoot researchers to come to their own conclusion but this one to us makes the most sense. This is why we stated that our viewpoint differs from most if not all you may have heard of previously. We came to this hypothesis while doing ET research, not Bigfoot research.

    Jari is skeptical (or maybe even a non-believer) about the existence of Bigfoot at all while I do believe it exists. I just don’t believe it’s a crypto case or a case of an as yet undiscovered species we know nothing about. I see it more closer to the way the Native American’s view Bigfoot but with an origin in ET DNA manipulation.

    Yes, over time the species may have evolved some and adapted based on geography (color, etc.) but could also just as easily been modified for each particular region before or after being placed there. We’re not interested in researching Bigfoot even if we didn’t live in an area where he’s not reported to reside. We just feel that if more information ever comes to light that we wouldn’t be surprised to learn Bigfoot is a result of DNA manipulation by ET’s. We will leave the actual research to those that have an interest in doing so.

    Kurt

  3. t. powell says:

    To follow up on Kurt’s cogent assessment, I do have an interest in actively researching this subject (bigfoot/sasquatch) and I would generally concur with his conclusions, or at the very least, can find no strong reason to dispute them. I too have pursued some pretty scientific and some pretty non-scientific means of investigating this phenomenon. Naturally, the non-scientific means provided the most tantalizing, if unverifiable clues. For example, I have empowered others with more sensitivity than myself to attempt communication with the sas, given that such possible sources of telepathic communication ought to exist if these creatures are indeed more powerful and intelligent than we usually suppose. The reported responses, while utterly unverifiable, are consistent with that which Kurt reports: the creature are intelligent, and (as adults) can come and go from our plane of existence. They raise their young in the relative security of wild places here on terra firma. They know much of ET but do not particularly like them. For example, in response to why they don’t like the ET’s, the answer given was “When they show up, we get put to work.” “Doing what?” the sas was asked. “Who do you think built all those Neolithic structures all over Europe?” Yikes! That would suck! Gotta laugh, though.
    I’m also a big fan of science. Someday, science will catch up and even help define this evolving paranormal frontier. Meanwhile, modern explorers like Kurt, unencumbered by demands for empirical, replicable data, can proceed much faster and more creatively than science can. What is reported by Kurt and others simply lays a groundwork for future empirical investigation, which WILL eventually happen. Just you watch. People want answers to these questions and that fact alone will prod future generations of scientists into action.
    BTW, love the stuff on The Hum. I looked into that one too. Big clue, me thinks! Great stuff Kurt. Keep up the good work

  4. Kurt Kurt says:

    Very well put. I think basically people just have to think with a broader range than Bigfoot is an ape or cave man. How can it just vanish and elude capture? Maybe Bigfoot is an inter-dimensional being and it’s simply being approached at from the wrong angle. I take what the Native American’s say about Bigfoot far more serious than I do what the general public thinks.

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