Greetings SCENIC readers, As I just returned from Australia to Canada, I'll need time to catch up, but will soon share a post with photos from the last part of my journey Downunder. Meanwhile, I'm re-sharing this post with images and links about the Wodewoses of Europe. Blessings to all. Who were the Wodewoses? By… Continue reading Who were the Wodewoses?
Hear Me, Oh Sasquatch: The Man Who Was Mistaken For Bigfoot Why an unassuming plumber practices shamanic rituals in the forest while wearing a raccoon-fur suit. BY JESSIE SCHIEWE Is there no such thing as privacy anymore? (Art: Case Jernigan) This past August, Sasquatch enthusiasts got a big surprise when a man named John Bruner claimed… Continue reading The Man Who Was Mistaken For Bigfoot
By Kelly Rainbow Butterfly Mary Magdalene the Hairy Wild Woman Mary Magdalene, wife of Yeshua (Jesus), was depicted as a beautiful hairy wild woman throughout history.
Yowie in ancient rock art Australia is known for its tens of thousands of ancient rock paintings, including the oldest paintings on our planet. The most extended rock art galleries are found in Arnhem Land. Many of those paintings represent humans and animals in everyday scenes, but an important proportion depict mythical beings of the… Continue reading Yowie in ancient rock art
Re-sharing these articles on Hopi Knowledge…
HOPI KNOWLEDGE. Note: I wrote this series of articles in 2010 and since they were re-shared recently, I’m publishing here a revised, corrected and updated version. I learned more about the relation the Hopi have with Sasquatch during my last three-month stay there two years ago, when I was invited to talk about Sasquatch in a couple of Hopi groups, as described in a previous POST. They associate Sasquatch with Maassaw the Earth Keeper, a giant whom they first called Woqokuktaka: ”The Man Who Leaves Big Footprints”. These articles address several topics from what I learned with the Hopi.
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