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Bigfoot, sasquatch, skunk ape… you know him by many names and many stories. But do you know the whole story? We go into Bigfoot in this episode, as well as the reptilian/reptoid/saurian menace that so many people talk about. It’s all on Open Eyes!
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According to LifeSiteNews, a Catholic publication, the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association is charging UNICEF and WHO with sterilizing millions of girls and women under cover of an anti-tetanus vaccination program sponsored by the Kenyan government.
The Kenyan government denies there is anything wrong with the vaccine, and says it is perfectly safe.
The Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, however, saw evidence to the contrary, and had six different samples of the tetanus vaccine from various locations around Kenya sent to an independent laboratory in South Africa for testing. The results confirmed their worst fears: all six samples tested positive for the HCG antigen. The HCG antigen is used in anti-fertility vaccines, but was found present in tetanus vaccines targeted to young girls and women of childbearing age. Dr. Ngare, spokesman for the Kenya Catholic Doctors Association, stated in a bulletin released November 4th.
The NY Times posted a story on the 16th saying that the administration is going into countermessaging to defeat ISIS propaganda. The Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications is going to use more than 350 State Department Twitter accounts, combining embassies, consulates, media hubs, bureaus and individuals, as well as similar accounts operated by the Pentagon, the Homeland Security Department and foreign allies to launch a Twitter attack on ISIS!
We’re going to tweet them to death!
ISIS sends 90,000 tweets a day so the government is facing an awesome challenge.
The administration is going to work out details of the campaign during the Obama summit on terrorism this week.
State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said Monday night on MSNBC that ‘we cannot win this war by killing them, we cannot kill our way out of this war.’
The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a federal law prohibits lawsuits against drug makers over serious side effects from childhood vaccines.
The court voted 6-2 against the parents of a child who sued the drug maker Wyeth in Pennsylvania state court, for the health problems they say their daughter, now 19, suffered from a vaccine she received in infancy.
The ruling was a stinging defeat for families dissatisfied with how they had fared before a special no-fault vaccine court.
Justice Antonin Scalia, writing for the court, said Congress set up a special vaccine court in 1986 to handle such claims as a way to provide compensation to injured children without driving drug manufacturers from the vaccine market. The idea, he said, was to create a system that spares the drug companies the costs of defending against parents’ lawsuits.Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor dissented. Nothing in the 1986 law “remotely suggests that Congress intended such a result,” Sotomayor wrote, taking issue with Scalia.
Scalia confirmed that outcome Tuesday. He said that when a vaccine is properly prepared and is accompanied by proper directions and warnings, lawsuits over its side effects are not allowed under the 1986 law.“Vaccine manufacturers fund from their sales an informal, efficient compensation program for vaccine injuries,” Scalia said. “In exchange they avoid costly tort litigation and the occasional disproportionate jury verdict.”
When Susan Lawson of Colorado hears parents declaring, unequivocally, that everyone should vaccinate their children because it’s perfectly safe, she says it feels “like a punch in the gut.” That’s because she’s seen another side of the story: Her daughter Julia, now 9, was left with permanent brain damage — an injury acknowledged by a federal court payout — after receiving her MMRV (measles-mumps-rubella-varicella) shot when she was a year old.
one morning, about a week after Julia received the shot, her now-ex-husband found their daughter in a terrifying state. “She was blue and cold and her body was arched, her eyes were looking in opposite directions, and she was covered in feces and vomit,” she recalls. “We thought she was dead.” She was rushed to the hospital, where doctors said she was having seizures, and she was put into a medically induced coma. Julia spent many days in intensive care and the neurology ward before being sent home with the diagnosis of encephalitis, or swelling of the brain.
Lawson, a veterinarian who had the utmost faith in medicine, had never before questioned vaccinations, and had always inoculated Julia right on schedule. But now she began to wonder. Hospital doctors dismissed any thought of a connection. But when Lawson asked a pediatrician about it, she was told it could be a possibility. Every family featured in this story received a payment by the United States Court of Federal Claims, which concluded that their rare injuries were caused by the vaccines.
“I felt shocked, bewildered, and guilty,” Lawson recalls. “We were trying to protect her, and instead I destroyed her. The guilt is huge.”
A federal court late Monday blocked an executive order by President Barack Obama that would have granted relief from deportation to millions of unauthorized immigrants.
Gov. Greg Abbott sued the federal government on Dec. 3 while he was the state’s attorney general, leading what would become a 26-state coalition opposed to Obama’s order. (Watch that Dec. 3 announcement here: “The president’s executive order, and the actions of federal agencies to implement that executive order, directly violate a fundamental promise to the American people.”)The ruling by Brownsville federal judge Andrew S. Hanen prevents all applicable agencies from implementing any expansions to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Hours after the ruling, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest issued a statement saying the Justice Department would appeal Hanen’s decision.
“The Supreme Court and Congress have made clear that the federal government can set priorities in enforcing our immigration laws—which is exactly what the president did when he announced commonsense policies to help fix our broken immigration system. Those policies are consistent with the laws passed by Congress and decisions of the Supreme Court, as well as five decades of precedent by presidents of both parties who have used their authority to set priorities in enforcing our immigration laws,” Earnest said in his statement.“The Department of Justice, legal scholars, immigration experts, and the district court in Washington, D.C., have determined that the President’s actions are well within his legal authority,” Earnest said. “Top law enforcement officials, along with state and local leaders across the country, have emphasized that these policies will also benefit the economy and help keep communities safe. The district court’s decision wrongly prevents these lawful, commonsense policies from taking effect and the Department of Justice has indicated that it will appeal that decision.”
So tonight I wanted to talk to you guys about the Bigfoot enigma, as well as some other things that are related in some ways.
I’ll start out with things saying this… Bigfoot is big business.
There is a lot of money to be made in the whole Bigfoot phenomena, and there are some out there that will take advantage of it.
Because a lot of people hunt for information about it, research it on their own, either through the net or through reading books that are written, and that sort of thing.
There are also those out there that will put on “Bigfoot hunts” and charge folks for going on them.
Just wanted to make sure to toss that out early, because it IS a thing, and no one can really deny that.
There’s been legends about Bigfoot probably as long as we have had human history, and that, alone, should tell us that there is SOMETHING to the phenomena.
This one is from Pennsylvania:
While the observation only lasted about 15-20 seconds, the witness saw the creature cross the road, and enter into a nearby wooded area. The woman estimated that the creature stood about 6-7 feet tall, and weighed approximately 300-400 pounds.
The witness states that she slammed on her brakes as soon as she saw the creature, but it could no longer be seen. The lady was so upset after the observation, that she pulled off the road. She later continued onto work but didn’t tell anyone about what she had seen.
She said that she was disturbed all day as a result of her experience, but waited until she got home to tell her daughter about what she had observed. The witness and her daughter discussed the possibility of reporting the encounter, but they didn’t want to call the police. The witness located Eric through his web site.
Eric contacted me soon after he received the sighting report. On June 13, Eric and I met the witness and conducted an interview with her. We also accompanied the woman to the scene of the sighting so that we could get a better understanding of what had occurred. Eric had also invited another Bigfoot witness whom he is familiar with to accompany us. During the interview more information about the incident came forward.
The woman indicated that she was driving slowly along Route 30 at approximately 20-25 miles per hour. When the witness noticed the creature, it was approximately 300 feet away. It was standing sideways in a “hunched position” on the back road, looking west towards the woods ahead.
As the witness watched, the creature turned it’s head and looked towards the highway, then took two or three long strides and stepped into the thick woods where it was lost from sight.
The woman stated that the creature was manlike and covered with long black hair. While no facial features could be determined, the head seemed somewhat oval in shape, and there was very little neck apparent. There was hair hanging down from the chin, and the hair appeared thinner on the arms. The arms hung down at the sides of the creature, and they appeared long, and extended down to almost the knees.
The chest area appeared larger than the area around the abdomen. The physical detail which stood out to the witness, was that the legs appeared extremely long in comparison to the rest of the body. The legs were thin and covered with hair. After the interview, we went to the location of the sighting.
Eric’s friend made a good subject for the witness to compare with, in regard to the size of the creature. This gentleman is about 6’2″ tall, and weighs about 325 pounds. Eric and the witness and I, stayed near the top of the hill towards the highway, while this man went down the road to stand at the approximate spot where the creature reportedly stood.
The witness was amazed when she realized that this man looked small in comparison to the creature. She now estimates that the creature would have been around 8 feet tall. The witness says that she is reluctant to tell others about her sighting. This lady never believed in such accounts until she had her own encounter.
I thought I would open with a legend about bigfoot from my own people.
As many of you may or may not know, I am a native American, of the Miami tribe specifically.
I was told a legend by an elder of mine years ago that has stuck with me, referring to bigfoot, squatch, skunk ape, whatever you want to call him.
A very long time ago, our people had interactions with The Big Ones (his words).
They lived separate from us, and were shy about interacting with humans, but there was definitely trade that went on, between the tribes and them.
Things were like that for a very long time, with them and us coexisting together.
But then a war broke out between the people and the Big ones. The reason why has been forgotten over time, but in the end, a new peace was reached and it was agreed that to do this again would be foolish.
They became more nomadic, backing away from humans and going into the places that we rarely went, and it was agreed that things would be fine that way.
It has been that way ever since.
Ralph Gray Wolf, a visiting Athapaskan Indian from Alaska, told the reporter, “In our way of beliefs, they make appearances at troubled times”, to help troubled Indian communities “get more in tune with Mother Earth”. Bigfoot brings “signs or messages that there is a need to change, a need to cleanse,”
(Minn. news article, “Giant Footprint Signals a Time to Seek Change,” July 23,1988).
One thing that has come to my understanding, in different interactions I have had with people is the idea that the bigfoot is actually a sort of an inter-dimensional being of a kind.
Ray Owen, son of a Dakota spiritual leader from Prairie Island Reservation in Minnesota, told a reporter from (the) Red Wing (Minnesota) Republican Eagle, “They exist in another dimension from us, but can appear in this dimension whenever they have a reason to. See, it’s like there are many levels, many dimensions. When our time in this one is finished, we move on to the next, but the Big Man can go between. The Big Man comes from God. He’s our big brother, kind of looks out for us.
I have actually heard that from many people that are considered spiritual leaders in the native tribes.
Is this the truth of things?
I don’t discount the possibility.
The existence of Bigfoot is taken for granted throughout Native North America, and so are his powerful psychic abilities. I can’t count the number of times that I have heard elder Indian people 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. In Indian culture, the entire natural world — the animals, the plants, the rivers, the stars — is seen as a family. And Bigfoot is seen as one of our close relatives, the “great elder brother”
The assertion that there is absolutely no physical evidence is absolutely false. There is more physical evidence than most people realize. Physical evidence is found every month in various areas across the country. Distinct tracks that do not match other animal tracks, hairs that match each other but no known wild animals, and large scats that could not be made by any known species, are all “physical evidence.”
Why haven’t we found the remains of a bigfoot that died of natural causes?
One of the reasons is because people haven’t really been looking for them.
You won’t hear about deer remains found in the woods if no one is out there looking for them, right?
But, seriously, one of the prevalent reasons is because, as a species that is intelligent, it’d be easy to realize that they likely have urial ceremonies, and maybe even full-blown funereal rites.
It would not be outside of the bounds of possibilities
I mean, think about it this way… There are still MANY miles of America that have never been touched by a human being, never had a footprint on them.
Why would it not be possible for these things to exist in those areas?
New species are being discovered each year, and a lot of them were thought to never have been possible.
Many of them, as well, were discovered after many years ofl peopole claiming that they existed and yet, it was denied. It was said to never be possible.
No serious work has ever been done to look for remains of surviving wood apes in areas where they are rumored to reside. No one should expect remains of such an elusive species to be found, collected and identified without some effort.
Very few remains of ancient wood apes have ever been found in Asia, where they were much more abundant. Millions of gigantos (a branch of the wood ape line) lived and died in Asia over the ages. All the remaining physical evidence we have of them could fit into a few shoe boxes. Fossils of any land animal are very rare.
Remains do not become fossilized very often, but unless that happens, all the remains will, in time, become completely reabsorbed into the ecosystem. There would be remains of animals everywhere if remains were not naturally recycled, including bones and teeth.
Fossils or preserved bones of wood apes may exist in the Americas, but they will be exceedingly rare, because these animals are rare to begin with, and only a tiny fraction of that population will die in locations and soils that will preserve bones somehow. Odds are slim at best that any bones (which are normally fragmentary) will be found, collected and identified unless a focused effort is made to look for them. Until efforts are made in many places, over a long period of time, no one should be scratching their head wondering why “we” don’t have any physical remains.
Regarding the origins of the words “sasquatch” and “bigfoot”:
The term “sasquatch” is an anglicized derivative of the word “Sésquac”, meaning “wild man”. The original word, in the Stó:lõ dialect of the Halkomelem language, is used by the Coast Salish Indians of the Fraser Valley and parts of Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
Indian tribes across North America have a total of more than sixty different terms for the sasquatch.
“Bigfoot” was a journalistic term generated in the middle of the last century during a rash of sightings in Northern California. The word has come to be recognized widely.
Many different terms have been used by pioneers and later non-native inhabitants of North America, including “skookums” and “mountain devils”.
Most sasquatches are observed walking, and the observer almost invariably comments on their smooth, long and fluent stride (“like cross country skiing” or “like riding a bicycle”) with wide arm swings. This effect is produced by their so-called compliant gait, meaning that they do not lock their knees during a step but keep them bent and thereby suppress the up-and-down oscillations of the upper body that is so characteristic of the human gait.
They are capable of a complex collection of sounds, starting with whistling (produced in the throat), through moans, howls, hoots, grunts, extremely deep growls, roars (“like a lion from the bottom of a 50-gallon drum”), and chilling screams, rising from a low roar over several seconds.
Despite the rare observations of sasquatch groups, they appear to have more social cohesion than is generally assumed, moving at times in a group that suggests an extended family. Under undisturbed circumstances, the young play with each other and around and on the adults, and sometimes small groups forage together.
Two noteworthy facets of sasquatch behavior have been observed repeatedly. They seem to be rather “orderly”, stacking rocks in cairns during searching (Fig. 16) and not tearing human food caches or backpacks apart randomly in the manner of bears. Secondly, they have a tendency to leave “gifts” in the same location in which food was deposited for them. These can range from little piles of stones, a dog skull, handfuls of evergreen shoots, to small live animals, like a goat kid, several live kittens, a turtle, all taken from elsewhere, either as a “gift” or possibly as shared “food”.
So of course within all of this, as I mentioned, is the opportunity for money and fame.
As such, there have been a number of hoaxes put on by people through the years, tying to claim their piece of the legend.
One of the biggest of these is the Rick Dryer situation.
He not only hoaxed once, but twice, right?
And people still believe him.
He also basically claimed in an interview with Michael Vara on LNM that he is teaching other show to do it too.
But there have been many others through the years.
Why do people do this?> Well, of course, the fame train is a big part of it.
But there’s more to it, as wlel. There’s a lot of people that will poo poo any idea or situation that they don’t understand or believe in.
They will perpetrate hoaxes in order to make people think that it’s real, then reveal it was not, in order to muddy the waters of the real things.
You see that happening with crop circles…
But, again, just because there ARE hoaxers out there, does not mean than things aren’t really happening and that the squatch isn’t a real phenomena.
Now, one theory that is out there is that perhaps Sasquatch is a remnant of the Neanderthal line.
There is growing evidence that man and Neanderthal man clashed in a war of attrition. Some 100,000 years ago Neanderthals migrated to the middle east and began warring with humans. There is some evidence suggesting they may have even bred with them. It is clear who lost the war.
In fact, it was just recently announced that Neanderthal DNA is mixed with homo sapien, and that anyone of pure African descent is free of it.
It’s a possibility that what we have come to call Bigfoot is a derivative of Neanderthals that migrated to hidden and secluded areas and have adapted over time to become what we see today as Bigfoot.
Another possibility, and one that i think maybe likely is that they are related to gigantopithecus, one of our alleged ancestors.
And, think about it this way, a lot of things show sasquatch as being a being that is VERY tall, usually over 8 feet or more, and we know that in our distant pasts, there were very large humanoids that interacted with people.
We know of these things through historical writings.
Is it possible that squatch is a descendant of them?
I think so, for sure.
It would definitely go far to explaining a great many things.
All of these things, all of cryptozoology, is trying to put forward the idea that these thigns are real and that they need to be researched and investigated.
But people always put them into the paranormal, into a category that immediately equates them with pseudoscience and hoaxing in the minds of the average person.
That is a really large disservice, because, again, there have been many things that have been found that are proven to exist, and yet, years ago, when people tried to say they were real, they were completely rejected out of hand by the mainstream scientists and by the average person.
Heck science in general works that way, doesn’t it?
All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident.
“Man can’t fly, it’s impossible! if he were meant to fly, God would have given him wings!”
66 years after the first flight by the Wright brothers, we went to the moon.
Science is funny that way, you know?
I look at the bigfoot thing in the same light.
Just because we don’t know much about it now, doesn’t mean that we won’t, and that it doesn’t exist.
In fact, there’s more evidence that bigfoot exists, to the naked eye, than that bacteria exist. Again, to the naked eye.
It’s about opening the mind and opening the eyes to the idea that what we are told by the mainstream is not always correct, and, in fact, can be absolutely the opposite of the truth.
At this point I really wanted to get into the idea of reptilians.
Again, there is a lot f evidence to support he idea of a race of beings that are more akin to reptiles than humans does in fact exist.
The claim with reptilians is that they are able to shift their forms into a human one, or that they are a race of aliens that have been here all through hunman history and are behind the control system that is currently in place.
I don’t discount the possibility.
I had an encounter with one, in fact, or, at least, I believe it to be so.
Now before I go any further, let me just state this..
I have seen a lot of the videos out there of the so-called reptilians shapeshifting on the screen on live television. News reporters, politicians, etc, all have been “seen” to have this type of thing going on, especially with the eyes.
Now, it does look like something is going on with those videos, something “unnatural” happening with the eyes.
But, in all of the vids I have seen that show ths kind of thing, there is also a lot of other factors that go into it.
Frame rates, movements, artifacting on the media source, all of these things can contribute to that kind of an effect happening.
As well, the idea that a program like Adobe After Effects is as easy as a torrent away is also needing to be considered. It’s also important to know that with all of the other fake videos out there.
You can do some pretty amazing things with AE.
Videos like that are, in other words, far too easy to fake or be a mistake, for me to be able to say that “yes this is evidence.”
Just that simple.
However, there IS a lot of historical accounts of this type of being existing, right?
Several ancient peoples all over the world have described reptilian beings, and some have described reptilian humanoids. Common in numerous mythologies are tales of reptilian creatures (usually not humanoid) who are often, but not always, hostile to human beings. Also rather common are the myths of “Serpents of Wisdom” who enlightened humanity before the dawn of civilization.
I do find that to be one of the oddest points with the whole reptilian thing.
So many of our legends and myths surround the idea of reptilians being the ones that “saved us” from ignorance, and that we are able to function now as “modern humans” because of them.
The Toltec Mayan god Gucumatz was described as a “serpent of wisdom” who enlightened humankind. His Aztec counterpart was named Quetzalcoatl. In the Yucatan, he is called Kukulcan.
I also find it quite telling, as far as the passing on of wisdom aspect to it all, that when people take things like Ayahuasca, the being they most often meet in their vision is a snake being, who gives the person a lot of wisdom, and a drive to become more socially and ecologically conscious.
“to keep the world safe” basically.
And yet, at the same time, a lot of other legends claim a darker side t them, and say that they are out to get us all, that they are here to destroy us and make us their slave race.
Of course, this leads to the Anunnaki.
I’ve readall of Zechariah Sitchen’s books over the years, and have studied the things that he put forward in his different writings and talks. I still have a few of the books on my shelf over here, in fact.
Was he right?
He claims to have translated Sumerian tablets referring to an alien race which created a race of humans to work as slaves in their mines in Africa. This race is called the Anunnaki and Sitchin claims that the “Black-headed” people of Sumer were created by these beings by mingling the “life-essences” of “man and beast”. According to Sitchin, the “Black-headed people” were considered slaves in the Sumerian caste hierarchy beneath their creators. The Sumerian Tablets refer to the creation of the Black-headed people in the geographical area called ‘AB.ZU.’, which is said to correspond to West Africa.
What I find interesting about this idea of his is the thing I said earlier, where scientists have found that those who are of direct African descent are not “tainted” by the dna of neanderthal.
So the Anunnaki allegedly created us as a slave race to work for them, we eventually broke free of that control system and have been on the path we have been on ever since.
Or, they are still in control today, just by different means and not out in the open as they once were…
Either one could be true at this point, yeah?
What I do find fascinating is the idea of the serpent symbology within our history, and which is still used so much today.
The serpent, associated with wisdom, as a doorway or gateway into another dimension of thinking.
A gatekeeper, so to speak.
How can we say on one hand they were our slave masters, ruling us with an iron fist, and whcih we had to break free form, and on the other say that the reptilian aspect is what gave us wisdom and led us out of the animal state of being?
Maybe, and this is something I have never heard people talk about, but it’s something I have considered as a possibility, things are actually a little different…
Maybe there are two DIFFERENT KINDS of reptilian interveentions going on.
On the one hand, you have the physical embodiments of the reptilians. These would be the anunaki, the ones sitting in power now, the ones controlling things from behind the scenes.
These would be the ones that are cannibalistic, evil and bent on dominating humanity.
On the other hand, you have a spiritual version of them, or maybe even an inter-dimensional one.
These are the wisdom-keepers, the ones to pass knowledge down to us in order to help us make our way up the food chain.
It really would go far to explaining the strange dichotomy between the two, wouldn’t it?
Maybe they connect with us on that deep, lizard brain level of ours.
Maybe they are trying to tell us that the physical ones are the ones to watch out for and to avoid at all costs?
Maybe they are the ones that the Asian cultures connected to more easily,; their legends of Dragons as beings of much wisdom are fascinating.
Maybe there’s nothing to all of these things, after all, but, in my mind, there really is.
So much evidence over so many years of time tells me that there is more to it than what we are being told or taught, and that it really does warrant an open minded viewpoint towards it.
And that, in the end, is maybe the secret “serpent wisdom”… that anything is possible, and to discount nothing. When you do, you ignore the predator behind your back, waiting to pounce.