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

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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

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Family Adventure Movie about the Yeren, the Chinese Sasquatch

Family Adventure Movie about the Yeren, the Chinese Sasquatch. This 90-minute fiction story sent by a friend is shared here strictly for entertainment. The approach remains interesting and denotes a certain amount of research. A simple scenario, yet fairly well played and entertaining. Journey to the Forbidden Valley: After a plane crash in the Shennongjia… Continue reading Family Adventure Movie about the Yeren, the Chinese Sasquatch

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HONESTY: Sabe’s medicine and teachings

HONESTY: Sabe's medicine and teachings HONESTY ~ SA-BE (BIGFOOT) Our great Creator chose the Sa-be (Bigfoot) to represent the spirit of honesty… It is a very hard thing to do to, be honest, so maybe that is why the spirit of Sa-be (Bigfoot) is so elusive. We see it and it’s gone because we have… Continue reading HONESTY: Sabe’s medicine and teachings

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From The Mishomis Book, by Edward Benton-Banay, 7th degree Midewiwin Elder

From The Mishomis Book, by Edward Benton-Banay, 7th degree Midewiwin Elder: Waynaboozhoo dozed off but soon awoke with a start as if someone or something had prodded him. He looked around slowly. Even though he did not see anything, he knew he was not alone. Suddenly he noticed that just out of his direct eyesight… Continue reading From The Mishomis Book, by Edward Benton-Banay, 7th degree Midewiwin Elder