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Su Walker captures aliens and Sasquatch, by Carl Knauf


(Note by SunBôw: I was consulted by this journalist who wrote the following article on our friend Su Walker and quoted some of my words. It is a pleasure and honor to cite her outstanding work. ”Coincidentally”, this happens just a few weeks after I received her portrait of Kamooh she had made for the Encyclopedia of All Things Sasquatch, who in turned mentioned her in the last channeled message he gave me to share. She will take part in the same 5th International Conference of Exopolitics held in Prague in November, to which I am also an invited speaker.)

Su Walker in her home studio in Rio Rancho on Aug. 11, 2022. Liam DeBonis/Albuquerque Journal

Su Walker captures aliens and Sasquatch in candid moments with her art,

by Carl Knauf, Albuquerque Journal:

Artist Su Walker is unapologetically a believer.

Walker navigated her wheelchair down the thin paths splitting the backyard garden she and her husband, the Rev. White Otter, maintain well enough to produce self-sufficiency if needed.

“Have you ever had a green fig?” she asked.

She picks a drooping fruit from a tree that shades a corner of the quarter-acre. The ripe fig tempts, bulbous with its stripes stretched – like the head of an alien.

“Eat the whole thing,” she said.

It was out of this world, which is fitting, because Walker says she draws inspiration from her telepathic communication with aliens.

A unique perspective

Walker’s artistic realm is unique, for she says she has the ability to capture the personalities of extraterrestrials and Sasquatch.

“Nobody else does it like I do,” she said.

Though Walker has been around creativity almost her entire life, she didn’t begin drawing extraterrestrials until 2016 – and then Sasquatch in 2017. Through research and personal experiences, she found that the creatures were civilized, not just random blurs caught in amateur photographs.

She humanizes her subjects, placing them in nearly candid moments. They laugh and joke, frown and cry, ponder and act, and love and nurture. Walker says her strong suit is “portraying emotion.”

“If you think about the average portrayal of any extraterrestrial, or any Sasquatch, you don’t get the range of emotion. … So finding the overlap and commonality with other intelligent beings, other intelligent nations, is the first thing that bridges the gap to begin communication, because when you can recognize nonverbal emotion in another intelligent being … you begin to understand them more.”

She says she communicates with the P’nti star nation which resides in the Sandia Mountains.

Walker grew up in Iowa and didn’t first visit New Mexico until 2013. That was also the first time she connected with the P’nti aliens, she says.

The Midwest and New Mexico are synonymous with alien encounters, but her first encounter happened while vacationing in upstate New York as a child. From then on, the experiences were consistent.

Walker channels her encounters into her art, and has become recognized in a massive community of believers, which features hundreds of groups, international conferences and strong rebuttals to common doubt.

Making connections

Walker, who has also been a clairvoyant and medical intuitive for over 30 years, adds depth to her art through her connections.

“It’s a genre that comes with a woo-hoo factor,” she said. “I’ve had an entire career on the edge of what’s common knowledge, and I’ve spent a lot of that time teaching so that other people understand that I don’t approach it with a woo-hoo factor; I approach it as a normal everyday thing that might be useful.”

The artist has been featured on both British and American television shows, as well as documentaries with her husband, and the two published the book “Inviting ET” in 2018.

Walker’s art has also been featured by author SunBôw TrueBrother, a world authority in the Sasquatch community who has 40 years of encounters. Walker’s artwork stood out to TrueBrother; she was one of the 10 artists that contributed to his published work on Sasquatch.

TrueBrother said, “I could look at Su’s drawings and feel the character, the energy through the expression. So to me, that’s authentic, and it’s a form of channeling.”

TrueBrother said he and Walker first met at a retreat in 2016. Their creativity coincided; he launched his first book on Sasquatch around the time Walker began drawing extraterrestrials.

“Since the first time I saw her, she’s always been an open, very kind person,” he said. “A good exchange is a good way to confirm and support each other by sharing our work.”

Support is necessary when faced with criticism.

Do aliens exists? (…)

Though Walker presents an inspiring take on aliens and Sasquatch, she accepts that skepticism exists.

“I’ve gotten way over the embarrassment kind of factor of telling people,” Walker said. “You have to let go of the part of it that you can’t control anybody else.”

“We are not the ones who decide they exist,” TrueBrother furthered the debate. “There’s so much more we have to learn than what we already know.”

A believer

The pace back to Walker’s home studio stalled as each item the eye caught comes with a story.

We sat, surrounded by friends hanging on the walls. A small P’nti looked directly at me with his thin, boney finger pointing upward across his lips, but his glare contradicted the plea for secrecy, rather tempting belief. There’s no need for silence, just an understanding instead of a denial of another’s reality – in any form, minor to universal.

Walker may be the most interesting woman in any world, for a believer is far more interesting and secure than an uninformed critic.

Read the complete article: Albuquerque Journal

Visit Su Walker’s online gallery.

@SandiaWisdom on Twitter

The Sandia Mountain P’nti Crew on Facebook

Books: “Have you ever been interested in having an in-person experience meeting an Extraterrestrial? With Official First Contact on the horizon, Su Walker and Reverend White Otter have provided instructions on how you can start meeting and talking to these star nations now. Their book, “Inviting ET” provides guidance on how you can initiate and engage in these interactions. For your copy of the book, head to Amazon:

However, before you can truly connect with ET, you must ensure that you have started developing your telepathic skills. Lucky Su, White Otter, and the P’nti have written a free book, outlining how you can practice and hone your skills. You can obtain the free book on their website: Official First Contact.

Art by Su Walker

1 thought on “Su Walker captures aliens and Sasquatch, by Carl Knauf”

  1. Thanks Su for this Post on SCENIC. I had a look at your Artwork and the Official First Contact site, as this is exactly what I need at the moment I am an artist Myself and use it as a way of connecting with my Spiritual side, and to meditate. I want to connect with the Star Nations.
    I have recently been focusing on the different Races as described by Dr Richard Boylan, Councilor of Earth for the Star Nations Council. I have been reviewing my early childhood experiences and believe a lot more went on in my dreams and nighttime “Fears” than I remember properly.
    I intend to start working with my Telepathy as suggested in your book, in order to invite “First Contact”, and be part of the opening up of a relationship between Humans and the Star Nations, at a grassroots level.
    I will be using my art more seriously too in the future to help others connect with ET.

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