Cultures, SCENIC

Is Sasquatch the Hopi Maasaw? By SunBôw

Is Sasquatch the Hopi Maasaw? By SunBôw: I'm re-sharing here this post from four years ago, during my last visit to Hopi lands. Dear relatives, It is with deep gratitude in my heart that I share with you this announcement. Next week, I will be invited to speak about the Sasquatch Message to Humanity and… Continue reading Is Sasquatch the Hopi Maasaw? By SunBôw

Experiencers Stories

Experiencer account, by Juliette Van Aken

By Juliette Van Aken: In 2019 while sitting on my veranda in the woods and meditating I saw a shimmer of movement between the Gingko tree and an overhanging Rose bush which had formed a natural arch or bower. I had felt earlier that day that someone had been observing me and could feel a… Continue reading Experiencer account, by Juliette Van Aken

Research

Experience Sasquatch: A Field Guide to Connecting, by Tom Jones

Experience Sasquatch: A Field Guide to Connecting, by Tom Jones This new book just released sounds interesting: A field guide to making a connection with our Big Brothers (and Sisters) for the novice. A journal for the rest of us! Review by Kelly Rainbow Butterfly: Congratulations Tom Jones on the release of your new publication… Continue reading Experience Sasquatch: A Field Guide to Connecting, by Tom Jones

SCENIC

Open letter about my coming to term with Jack Lapseritis aka Kewaunee, by SunBôw

Open letter about my coming to term with Jack Lapseritis aka Kewaunee, by SunBôw. Six years ago, I published online a letter I had written to Kewaunee after receiving his books, in which I expressed publicly plenty of praises, admiration and gratitude for his pioneering work. At first glance, his books contained complementary information resonating… Continue reading Open letter about my coming to term with Jack Lapseritis aka Kewaunee, by SunBôw

Cultures

Indigenous Peoples know Sasquatch

''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.'' --Native quote