Greetings SCENIC readers, we are pleased to announce that in April 2022, we had over 35,000 views and 20,000 visitors, making this our record audience in one month since our start over 4 years ago. Also, on April 25th we passed above 1/3 of a million views in total, a moment I felt worthy of archiving. Below is the monthly review (30 posts).
By Brian Bland: I do not subscribe to coincidence with these "people" and our being there on that particular night was not that. Our arrival was expected. My incredible "light bulb" moment regarding the gathering of consciousness was also not a coincidence. I was already cognizant of their seemingly magical abilities, but this gathering of consciousness from different points of focus put a bold explanation mark on that ever evolving understanding.
By Sow: If I had allowed myself to believe that I was actually hearing some sort of inhuman speech that far into the woods all alone I would have panicked, or blacked out with fear perhaps. I hear this intermittently throughout the night in two places, its soft as if they are whispering to each other about me, not wanting to wake me up. I lose consciousness at some point, but awake to something being thrown at my tent, a small rock.
In this 2021 documentary, various interviewees describe how Bigfoot, UFOs and the paranormal are connected and intertwined. Note: we don't agree with all the different views expressed in this film. However, the general thread reveals that in recent years, the diverse aspects of paranormal research (Bigfoot, ufology, cryptozoology, psychics...) tend to converge and merge into a common trend, with similar discoveries and phenomena.
First, I would like to thank and congratulate all of you Sasquatch lovers, who are involved in research and contribute to the disclosure of otherwise censored information, too often tabooed and ridiculed by the general public, largely because of denialism, the cover up of evidence and the intentionally misleading disinformation circulating widely. Special thanks to the experiencers who come out of the shadow and break the silence, for delivering your accounts and for your courage in revealing the truth about non-human intelligence learned through your direct contacts.
I can tell you this about bigfoot: he is not a monster, a it, or a animal. He is a being... within creation, as we are all beings within creation. He has feelings, as we all have feelings. Yes there are some very bad bigfoots, just as there are some very bad humans. The good bigfoots, are very gentle, caring and loving. Review the stories, where they have helped people. I have had contact with them, for some 25 years now.
Hours later, exhausted from hours of hiking and frustrated with what felt like a waste of time before a busy lecture tour, Lorraine took a break near a tree. Suddenly, her mind flashed with a mental image of a large creature, “a fusion of man and ape” with long arms and shaggy hair. Its face was like that of a caveman, but its eyes were kind and “shone with intelligence.” Lorraine knew it was Bigfoot.
Bigfoot teachings, by Algonquin Elder Michael Bastine: In this 23-minute video interview, Algonquin Elder Michael Bastine shares legends and teachings from the Native traditions about Sasquatch, the Stone Giants and Little People. He addresses the interdimensional aspects of the Forest Giants and of the related UFOs. This ancestral wisdom teaches us how to use wisely… Continue reading Bigfoot teachings, by Algonquin Elder Michael Bastine
I had heard that Bigfoot can render themselves invisible at will, and I had also heard that there are invisible creatures that may be in our midst at any time, and we could never tell they are there. I did a meditation exercise one night. I sent a mental image to Bigfoot. In my mind I said "Bigfoot, I send love and light to you. If you do roam around us invisibly, can you please leave me a sign?"
1938 report: A terrific battle, a fight for life of prodigious strength matched against savage ferocity between a hairy giant of the Sasquatch and a huge bear, which after ten minutes of wild struggle, fury and rage, ended in the strangling of bruin when the wild man of the Chehalis hinterlands crushed the life out of him. The story of this unusual drama of the wilderness was told by three Harrison River Indians who were spectators of the singular incident one evening.