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Basajaun, the Lord of the Woods, in the Basque tradition

Basajaun, the Lord of the Woods, in the Basque tradition, by Nancy Marietta The stories of this being comes from the religion  of the early Basque dwellers. (The Basque Country is the name given to the home of the Basque people, located in the western Pyrenees, encompassing the border between Spain and France along the… Continue reading Basajaun, the Lord of the Woods, in the Basque tradition

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The story of Seraphine Long: The Woman Who Gave Birth to Sasquatch

The story of Seraphine Long: The Woman Who Gave Birth to Sasquatch The story of Seraphine Long was first given to the world by J.W. Burns, who was looking for evidence of a creature he would come to call Sasquatch in the western area of Washington. For centuries the Native Americans of the area, the… Continue reading The story of Seraphine Long: The Woman Who Gave Birth to Sasquatch

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Sasquatch used in commercials

If Sasquatch is still considered as a marginal subject, corporations don't hesitate to use them to promote their own products. Here are a few examples of commercials: Note: Although some humor can be appreciated, we do not condone the way corporations and medias depict Sasquatch, showing the general ignorance and misconceptions about those beings mainstream… Continue reading Sasquatch used in commercials

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Yurok Native wisdom

Quoted from the book 'Standing Ground - Yurok Indian Spirituality 1850-1990" "A person who is well prepared can go into the high country, he will encounter spiritual beings and they will teach him - "talk to him", or he might meet them after returning home. Maybe after you come back from the mountains, some night… Continue reading Yurok Native wisdom