A visual digest of my research 2012- 2017

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Re: A visual digest of my research 2012- 2017

Unread post by Black » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:38 am

Well, what do you suggest,, Austral?

I'm only referring to the posting of field research images.

People want transparency, honesty, and openness, but are quick to condemn when there's even a chance the opposite may have occurred. There's low tolerance in this community. Paul wasn't breaking any rules with his photo enhancements and stacking, just trying to get everyone to see what he saw.

Nobody wants screening, but everybody lives and breathes for the next field research image in the hope it won't disappoint?

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Unread post by Austral » Mon Aug 20, 2018 8:01 am

I do agree ,i dont want enhanced photos either, at least not without the original as well.

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Unread post by hillbilly » Mon Aug 20, 2018 10:52 am

Black wrote:
Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:38 am
There's low tolerance in this community. Paul wasn't breaking any rules with his photo enhancements and stacking, just trying to get everyone to see what he saw.
LOL, I think that we were being shown a lot more than what he saw. I also think that there is quite high tolerance in this community. The "acceptance" of some data sometimes makes me wonder. But after years of tolerating, we have passed the point of peak acceptance.
From now on the "tolerance of unacceptable" will be no more.

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Unread post by yowiedan » Mon Aug 20, 2018 1:08 pm

The best thing to do is post original unedited pictures first then if you crop it or change it in anyway at least the original was posted first for everyone to make up their minds on what is in the picture. Continuing to post edited photo's without the original is just not on and in Paul's case that's what he's been doing. Its misleading people and the wrong way to go out it.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Mon Aug 20, 2018 5:48 pm

Some research I put together from TROVE that might help identify whom the anomalous bones from the Wimmera site might belong to
As announced by Steven and Evan Strong on their web site forgotten origins.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:19 pm

Frame stacking technique applied to Patterson's Bigfoot, reveals a remarkable similarity in muscle structure to the Mountain Gorilla.

I honestly can't see this entity as just a man in a monkey suit anymore.
Skeptics say it's a suit constructed using textile technology from 1967.

The original Planet of the apes screened in 1967 and used high end, textiles funded by a major film studio.

Check out these anatomical comparisons of "Patty" to the mountain Gorilla's muscle structure.
If Patterson had this "suit" fabricated, the creator of it must have been a genius working for peanuts.

I've been sitting on the fence and non committed as to whether its a real Sasquatch he filmed or an elaborate hoax.
I moved a bit closer to believing the footage was genuine when I reconstructed Patty's face using Paulidies 'Tribal Bigfoot" police artist sketch as a reference. Now after stacking this frame...?
I have to say I think its a legitimate Sasquatch.

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Unread post by inthedark » Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:56 am

paulmcleod67 wrote:
Tue Sep 11, 2018 6:19 pm
Frame stacking technique applied to Patterson's Bigfoot, reveals a remarkable similarity in muscle structure to the Mountain Gorilla.

I honestly can't see this entity as just a man in a monkey suit anymore.
Skeptics say it's a suit constructed using textile technology from 1967.

The original Planet of the apes screened in 1967 and used high end, textiles funded by a major film studio.

Check out these anatomical comparisons of "Patty" to the mountain Gorilla's muscle structure.
If Patterson had this "suit" fabricated, the creator of it must have been a genius working for peanuts.

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It's very likely that the Mountain Gorilla was used as the template for the suit. I would say (from the PGF skeptic) that it's obvious that that's what they did, given the similarities. A very different size and shape of 'beast' to the tall, lean, and far more humanoid BF seen in other (arguably more credible, because they were not made public by known con artists) footage.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:43 pm

paulmcleod67 wrote:
Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:09 pm
Tenuous and speculative, hypothetical model of impact tectonics dealing with the Wallace line limitation, to a pre Sapiens hominoid arriving in Australia.

Working on the idea that the Yowie is an extremely ancient case of parallel evolution and along with many other assumptions, that the current understanding of earths tectonic history and mechanics is not completely understood .

Yes I know I'm moving mountains to fit my assumptions....This is just my hypothetical model of what I'm calling "Impact crustal displacement" .

So please don't stone me to death for theorizing.


So far 2017 as at September has been a busy and ( from my perspective), productive eight months since I relocated from Sydney to
Queensland in order to better understand this to[pic.

I hope that I've at least provided some enjoyable posts on this BBS?
Cheers

Paul McLeod
When I included the idea of impact generated crustal slips as way of theoretically circumventing Wallace line conformation bias
by introducing a little chaos theory, in the form of a rapid tectonic plate collision and rapid suduction event caused by an impact that may have created the massive slump basin of Lake Victoria in north Africa.

Seems I have located a far more qualified Geo event researcher than myself ,whom deduces a very similar impact event/ events also suggesting and now attempting to prove such a monster crustal move could indeed be caused by (as I theorize) a big enough propagation wave moving through the earths crust, mantle and molten liquid iron core, Splitting and pushing into rapid separation the land bridges adjoining Antarctica to Australia and at the opposite coast North and South America .

I downloaded an excellent GIF that explains propagation waves moving through the planet after a fair seismic event. Although still tiny compared to an impact event, the model just needs mass , size, angle and trajectory speed variables plugged into the math formula....quite en-genius.

His impact models graphics present the same idea I cobbled together with the infamous "paint dot net" program and Google earth maps.

To which I have added the latest count of near earth orbit asteroid objects , which is a staggering, nay horrifying count . and even so the count does not inlude below detection and the unknown number of .dark objects



Something to ponder when considering with impact crustal slip in mind.
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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 5:54 pm

The propagation wave failed to load on the first time so I put a link to the page here In case for some unfathomable reason I cant upload the Gif directly.

https://www.geoledgers.com/Impacts.html#Index

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 6:04 pm

<img alt="" src="Impacts_files/ak2002sw ... dth="800">


I don't think the board will allow the GIF to be uploaded..weird Ive posted heaps of them in the past.

I wrote the html code into this post, if that fails the GIF is mid way down the site page linked above. Well worth a look.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 10:55 am

Officialy my research at Pine mountain is over. The entire site has been fenced off and locked up by government.
This was my last night shoot at the site...

The official story...
https://www.qt.com.au/news/illegal-camp ... d/3328111/
CAMPERS who don't BYO loo and poop in the river at this popular camping spot could be fined.
A fence and gate will block access to private land at Hills Crossing Reserve, Borallon after landholders complained of 'significant environmental damage caused by anti-social behaviour and unauthorised camping'.
Somerset Regional Council is moving forward with a plan to restrict access to the popular camping spot after police became involved in November.
Work started this week and will take five weeks before the site is completely secure.
When the changes are in place, anyone caught trespassing on the land could be fined up to $2,500 or be sentenced to jail in more serious cases.
Residents have complained of campers leaving rubbish, using the Brisbane River as a toilet, lighting fires and using bottles as shooting practice.
Pine Mountain and District Historical Society secretary Elaine Peet said the site was never a designated camping area.
"It's a problem when they take bikes and four wheel drives and do all sorts of wheelies, use the river as a toilet and leave their rubbish behind," Ms Peet said.
"It is not normally local people who are anti-social there but other who use it are more anti-social.
"They put tins and bottles in the water and used them as target practice, it makes a sensational splash when they hit them and they also light fires.

>> Campers locked out of popular weekend destination

"They have to close it for health and safety issues. If there was an accident there, the rate payers would have to foot the bill."

Ms Peet said the community supported Somerset Regional Council, Seqwater, Queensland Police Service and Department of Natural Resources and Mines taking steps to block off the area.
"The problem with it is there are no toilets, amenities or facilities and people are using the river as a toilet. Because of hygiene issues and the fact it is private property, it is not to be used as a camping area," she said.
THE land and river bank at Hills Crossing Reserve is still used as the last point of a stock route, allowing farmers to cross their cattle during the dry season.
Ms Peet can remember using the crossing on her horse, on the way to picnics when she was a child, some 60 years ago.
She tells of her and her friends packing their lunch in the school bags - but they always took rubbish with them.
She said complaints about mis-use of the area had risen in line with population growth in the Pine Mountain, Borallon and Fernvale suburbs.
"I have lived in this area all my life and they used to use it as a stage coach crossing until they opened the road and everyone went through Fernvale. It is part of a designated crossing for cattle and it is still used as a stock route, and stock use it to drink water. It's still open in droughts to anyone who wants to move cattle," she said.
"My generation always used it and rode our horses but we always took rubbish with us and nobody minded.
"It's a bone of contention and has been forever, but not when I was a child when I was growing up.
"It has become a rural residential area and more and more people are moving here. Previously when it was a rural area, it wasn't a problem."
Youtube subscriber writes...
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THEY HAVE CLOSED PINE MTN RD ACCES, and have set up electric fences and security cameras to monitor the land, under the guise of Revegetating......I have been swimming fishing and camping here for 45 years and never in my life heard of it. You can no longer access the river by the road access. You can't even walk down there...I'm not even sure the property owners can either. I will be trying in summer via the river in my kayak though. 45 years, they won't stop me.
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Unread post by yowiedan » Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:09 pm

The tree has fallen over due to weather or other elements of nature like high winds and rain combined. Unless you were there and saw a Yowie Push over the tree you can't say a Yowie did this and are in dreamland if you do. Mate just as I said in a post on here that we are all sick and tired of crappy videos showing eyeshine that clearly are house lights in the distance and bird calls being called Yowie howls and blurry pictures that have a shadow in the shape of a human or ape figure in them which is just a trick of the light and shadows and the bush combined. All this bullshit research has to stop if we are all going to be taken seriously. I'm standing back anymore and not saying what I really think and maybe everyone should follow my lead and say bullshit when you clearly see that's what it is.

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Unread post by Rastus » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:28 pm

yowiedan wrote:
Tue Oct 23, 2018 6:09 pm
The tree has fallen over due to weather or other elements of nature like high winds and rain combined. Unless you were there and saw a Yowie Push over the tree you can't say a Yowie did this and are in dreamland if you do. Mate just as I said in a post on here that we are all sick and tired of crappy videos showing eyeshine that clearly are house lights in the distance and bird calls being called Yowie howls and blurry pictures that have a shadow in the shape of a human or ape figure in them which is just a trick of the light and shadows and the bush combined. All this bullshit research has to stop if we are all going to be taken seriously. I'm standing back anymore and not saying what I really think and maybe everyone should follow my lead and say bullshit when you clearly see that's what it is.

I must say I agree with Yowiedan on this. The bush is chock a block full of fallen trees and twisted or broken branches and saplings seemingly bent into arches etc. They are literally everywhere. Nature does some interesting and odd things sometimes. Im afraid if they were caused by Yowies then they would be continuosly at it and would be easily spotted due to the shear amount of work involved.

I didnt watch your video Paul, as you lost me with a lot of your previous claims. You started off so well too when you first appeared, however it seems you are trying to outdo yourself each and every time and have resorted to clutching at straws and seeing things that arent there in order to gain a following. To what end I dont know. There are souls on here that present much less frequent evidence but are a whole lot more trustworthy and convincing in what they do offer up to the forum for public critique / perusal. Rusty is one such person. He presents it and then lets the members form their own opinion without trying to coerce them. Heck Im sure I have even read on here a few times where he has occasionaly doubted a piece of evidence of his own that he had presented to the forum . Reasoning, careful thought and a lack of ego goes a long way.

Paul until you chill out with the pareidolic and "enhanced" pictures and the jumping to conclusions in everything you see in the bush then I think you'll struggle to get any credibilty back.

To many you are pretty much on the level of the infamous Jason and Jason and that is not something to be envious of. I hope you can change that in the future.

The yowie world needs more Rusty's , Harrisons, Healy and Croppers and less J&J's if it is to be taken seriously.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:41 pm

Here is a slow motion breakdown of the eye shine seen in the video above.



And Mr Yowiedan if you don't like my work then don't follow it. I wont be bullied mate.

Cheers

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:44 pm

Same fire trail earlier this year...



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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 8:54 pm

Now that Pine mountain has been closed off to public access my night footage from the area is about all there will be for some time.

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Unread post by yowiedan » Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:03 pm

Paul, you have been questioned on here about your pictures and you didn't answer anyone them and went quiet. Then to not be questioned you posted pictures of the Patterson-Gimlin bigfoot and put your name on the pictures as they were your own, What would they say to you putting your name on their photos???? You also posted other pictures not your own so people wouldn't ask you question about them that you couldn't answer. If I'm being a pain in your ass I hope I am, because someone has to stand up to the shite you have been posting on here and Youtube for ages. Until you answer the questions that were asked of you before on your research by all the researchers on here and give us some good answers your going to be called a fraud.

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Unread post by yowiedan » Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:13 pm

Paul Mcleod answer the questions that were asked of you before????

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:19 pm

Just to close off my efforts at Pine mountain here is the second scariest night of my life. Lost at night after my camera and lighting batteries run out.


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Unread post by yowiedan » Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:25 pm

Stop Dodging the questions Paul, answer the questions that were asked of you before????

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Unread post by yowiedan » Tue Oct 23, 2018 10:02 pm

I've actually looked at Pine Mountain and there are houses all around the area, some are kilometres away but their lights shine along way as I have seen house lights in the blue mountains and in other locations shining from afar. So your Grigori eyeshine is just houselights from afar I'm afraid to say.

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Tue Oct 23, 2018 10:13 pm

MIMOSA TREES AND DMT
Pine Mountain in S.E Qld along with both Tivoli and Chuwar are also a sites where Mimosa tree's are found in great abundance
Could it be that Yowies frequent the site on Pine Mountain after new rains that annually tend to occur from October through to February and after extended dry weather in winter at which time fresh Mimosa growth occurs. Mimosa tree's it has been found contain DMT or dimethyltryptamine .

Dried Mexican Mimosa tenuiflora root bark has been recently shown to have a dimethyltryptamine (DMT) content of about 1-1.7%. The stem bark has about 0.03% DMT. The parts of the tree are traditionally used in northeastern Brazil in a psychoactive decoction also called Jurema or Yurema.

Mimosa tenuiflora, syn. Mimosa hostilis, also known as Jurema Preta, Calumbi (Brazil), Tepezcohuite (México), Carbonal, Cabrera, Jurema, Black Jurema, and Vinho de Jurema, is a perennial tree or shrub native to the northeastern region of Brazil (Paraíba, Rio Grande do Norte, Ceará, Pernambuco, Bahia) and found as far north as southern Mexico (Oaxaca and coast of Chiapas), and the following countries: El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela. It is most often found in lower altitudes, but it can be found as high as 1,000 m (3,300 ft).

You can see many examples of the Mimosa tree's on Pine Mountain in the videos I just posted below.

There has been a lot of speculation about the link between the development of human consciousness and psychotropic drugs. Highlighted by the evolutionary development of Homo sapiens sapiens over 200,000 years and why human at an culture developed explosive rate as little as 11,000 years ago.

The last image is of Tivoli another site I monitor and have captured good activity on camera.
All these sites as well as Chuwar have Mimosa trees growing in abundance.

https://www.inverse.com/article/34186-s ... hypothesis
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Unread post by Outback lurker » Tue Oct 23, 2018 11:21 pm

Being new to the field and the forum,and not being a field researcher nor having contributed anything,I have spent countless hours reading,watching and listening to the content.......enjoying every minute of it and enhancing my curiosity.
I have an open mind,and appreciate everyone's efforts and input.......without it,there wouldn't be a forum.
However,as in all walks of life,you will find those that are genuine,the wannabe's and the pure snake oil salesmen.....of which vary in percentages depending upon which field you're in I guess.
But with age and experience,you soon learn to rapidly sort them out,and run with your own opinions,be they right,wrong or indifferent..........essentially you need to be responsible for your actions.
If you can sleep at night,so be it.......you only ever cheat yourself in the end really.......a bit like playing a par 5 hole at golf when you hit 8 and write down 6 on the score card......your mates will question and jeer you and you're adamant you got 6 (no no)
You'll soon find out where you stand amongst your peers (detective)
Anyway enough from me,sorry I've had a couple (cheers)

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Unread post by paulmcleod67 » Wed Oct 24, 2018 1:46 am

Fuller developing theory of Australian Yowie point of evolutionary origin.
(which not many seem to be addressing given the Wallace line bio barrier restrictions)

EVOLUTIONARY ORIGIN OF THE AUSTRALIAN YOWIE
A NEW PERSPECTIVE
by
Paul John McLeod
INTRODUCTION
A conversation on Australian Crytozooology
by Paul John McLeod

I am an ex military member, published author and now full time researcher of Australia's cryptic hominid.

In an attempt to answer four very specific questions concerning the existence of the as yet unrecognized bipedal upright cryptid we call "yowie".
Given the vast array of eyewitness reports dating all the way back into prehistory, when one includes aboriginal oral traditions:

1) Why ( as at the current date) is there only volumes’ of anecdotal eyewitness accounts of such an upright bipedal mammal in Australia , yet precious little scientifically testable data to support its stated existence?
Alternately this same question can be rephrased as:
b) What factors have negated, restricted or otherwise encumbered discovery of such testable data? Indeed, could this data void be attributable to the use of incorrect research methodologies and assumptions?

2)Assuming the cryptid is an actual biological species , often described as a primate like creature, what was the creatures route and timeline of entry into Australia, given the well respected Wallace and Satual theories of biological barrier constrictions from Asia?

b) Was there at one time, an alternate means of entry onto the Australian continental landmass that would negate the Wallace and Satul null hypothesis?
If yes to sub question (b)

3) What evolutionary ancestry fits with the suggested upright, bipedal hominid like creatures description, given Australia’s known land based marsupial only, evolutionary history?

Wallace himself suggested the answer to the above question.
" Australian systematic zoology teems with forms exhibiting South American affinities. Curiously enough, many of these forms find their nearest relatives in Chili [Chile].

South America has a host of marsupial species, from the dwarf fat-tailed mouse opossum to the yapok, an aquatic marsupial. Palaeontologists have long wondered, When did the marsupials cross between Australia and the Americas?"
"Recent studies suggest that all or most of Australia's marsupials derive from an order of early North American marsupials of which today just a single representative exists, a sprightly, mouse-sized critter native to southern Chile known as the monito del monte, or "small monkey of the mountains.

Both continents had catlike marsupial predators with interesting dentition. The Thylacoleonids which were Australian and had large pronounced incisors which are believed to have replaced the canines that a placental carnivore would have. The Thylacosmilids which had large saber like teeth which differed from the sabre-toothed cats elsewhere in the world due to sheaths that the Thylacosmilds had on their lower jaw."

"Today no monotremes exist outside of Australia (and New Guinea), and no placental mammals that didn't fly or swim there—for example, bats or dugongs—existed in Australia. Why didn't monotremes use the connection to leave Australia? And why didn't placentals use it to enter Australia?"
"Palaeontologists believe that the common ancestor that gave rise to the monito del monte, and the kangaroo and most or all other Australian marsupials, scurried from South America to Australia (through the intervening Antarctica) sometime before about 60 million years ago.

"These facts, taken in conjunction with geological evidence, have led many naturalists to assume a much greater extension of the Antarctic Continent in past times which is supposed to have been connected with South America, Australia, and New Zealand, and possibly, at a very remote period with Madagascar, thus permitting the migration of land and freshwater animals to and from those countries"

Which leaves the assumption that the yowie owes its evolutionary ancestry to primates, not as impossible but certainly as implausible based on the above.
There is a work around to this evolutionary travel conundrum.
4) Could the yowies physical attributes be an example of parallel evolutionary development similar in form to an upright bipedal primate but is itself a marsupial?

Some marsupials lack true, permanent pouches as seen in other species. Instead, they form temporary skin folds called "pseudo-pouches, in the mammary region when reproducing.

There are several early "Australian Gorilla" witness reports that describe just such a skin flap on the creature at times .

As reported in The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser On Fri 31 May 1889
By a Mr. J. Higgins of Como whom writes...
"Attached to its back immediately above the tail, there swang a baggy appendage, from which something living protruded, and which we took to be either its young or some animal captured and stored for food".

The Sun newspaper on 17 Nov 1912
Mr. Horace Saxon of Sackvllle, 'Hawksbury River, described the creature as...
"...neither ape, nor man, but may be' best described as marsupial man. The so-called hanging stomach seen by Mr Harper wasnt reality the pouch in which it carries Its young, like other marsupials. The black baby when he pokes head out of the pouch is strikingly like an aboriginal child andmuch more human than its grown parent".

So there is at least the suggested possibility of it having a biological connection to marsupials that entered Australia in the same way as every other marsupial, via a land bridge with an ice free and temperate in climate Antarctica, from South America.

This brings a theory I have developed into the present conversation, which provided me with the right platform to make some quite new and remarkable discoveries on the subject of the yowie. These I shall get to in due course.
THe seeds of an unexpected and remarkable possibility germinated in my mind.

THE AUSTRLIAN MARSUPIAL CONNECTION WITH SOUTH AMERICA
A POSSIBLE WORKAROUND TO THE WALLACE LINE YOWIE CONUNDRUM.
INTRODUCTION

The Fugian people of Brazil’s Amazonia region, carry distinctive DNA sequences that identify them as the descendants of an earlier wave of colonists known as the Australoids. This Genetic link to the Austaloids is also common in Australian Aboriginals.

One of the most promising places to look for more definitive evidence linking an ancient Australoids population in the Americas with modern Australoid populations in south-east Asia and AustralIa is southernmost South America and the near-extinct indigenous peoples of Tierra del Fuego known as the Fuegians
One of the most distinctive ancient skulls from the Americas was discovered by a French-Brazilian archaeological team in Vermelho Cave, near Belo Horizonte in south-eastern Brazil in 1973.The skull, that of a young woman dubbed “Luzia”, yielded a radiocarbon age of 10,030 years. Its narrow, oval cranium with a projecting face and lower chin, resembled the skulls of modern Australoid peoples like Australia’s Aborigines, Melanesians, and the various South-east Asian peoples.

All of the above gives a good solid base with which to allow us to theorize that the Australian Yowie as an upright marsupial, may have migrated from South America or an ice fee and tropical Antarctica at some distant point in the past.\
So is there any evidence for a similar upright marsupial living in South America at any point?

Indeed there is : The traditionally interpreted Mapinguari creature of the Amazon basin ,complete with a reported "mouth" in its stomach, (which I will immediately suggest is in fact a marsupial pouch rather than a mouth). Alternative suggestions of the creature being a giant sloth, in reality have no basis in fact and indeed are not even supported by eyewitness account of the creature even remotely resembling a giant sloth.

Modern interpretation of oral traditions, along with virtually dismissing the accounts of native people having physical encounters with an upright bipedal creature, featuring a pouch on its frontal torso, have been dismissed by science as mis-identification by the traditional people of the area. This is just the same sort of intellectual arrogance that has dismissed thousands of reports over hundreds of years detailing what we now call the yowie.

From this point I will make direct comparisons between the earliest accounts describing these two creatures as the eyewitnesses themselves have described them. Firstly one must suspend the inclination to imagine either the yowie or the Mapinguari as Sasquatch subspecies, simply because Sasquatch are not marsupials and could not have evolved and migrated from south America to Australia as described in detail above.

The name Mapinguari translates as “roaring animal” or “fetid beast”.

THE MOUTH ON THE CREATURES TORSO AREA:
The only possibility which would explain this characteristic as one which might occur in the natural world, would be if the creature has a pouch for carrying its young. This evolutionary adaptation is only seen in marsupials such as kangaroos, and koala's. Pouches are different amongst different marsupials, two kinds distinguishable (on the front or belly): opening towards the head and extending the cavity under the skin towards the tail (forward, or up) or opening towards the tail and extending towards the front legs (to the rear, backward or down).

THE YOWIE
As reported in The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser On Fri 31 May 1889
By a Mr. J. Higgins of Como whom writes...
"Attached to its back immediately above the tail, there swang a baggy appendage, from which something living protruded, and which we took to be either its young or some animal captured and stored for food".
The Sun newspaper on 17 Nov 1912
Mr. Horace Saxon of Sackvllle, 'Hawksbury River, described the creature as...
"...neither ape, nor man, but may be' best described as marsupial man. The so-called hanging stomach seen by Mr Harper wasin reality the pouch in which it carries Its young, like other marsupials. The black baby when he pokeshead out of the pouch is strikingly like an aboriginal child and much more human than its grown parent".

FACT: Some marsupials lack the true, permanent pouches as seen in other species. Instead, they form temporary skin folds called "pseudo-pouches, in the mammary region when reproducing.

THE MAPINGUARI

The Mapinguari is said to have backwards feet.
THE YOWIE
Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal - 1902 reports
“The "Yahoo," (as we all know) is an animal said to resemble a man only that his body is covered with long hair, and his feet are turned backwards, there being where the heel should be."

THE MAPINGUARI
One of the most reliable early sightings was made by Ramón Lista in the late 19th century. While riding in Santa Cruz, he saw a shaggy red-haired creature run across the road ahead of him.He shot at the animal and was amazed that the bullets bounced off its skin.

THE YOWIE
The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser (NSW ) Fri 22 Jun 1906
"...Clifford, who had a 32 Winchester, had his arms at the moment busy working through the bush. As speedily as possible he fired. The animal which, he says, appeared to be 8ft high and 3ft broad, black in color, and covered with hair of great length, gave several un-earthly yells, something like a native bear, and made off. Clifford fired two more shots at it as it fled over a flat".

THE MAPINGUARI
Local people describe the beast as being ferocious, and able to move through the vegetation without making a sound.Other descriptors include long, powerful arms that could tear down a palm tree, and thick, matted fur. The creature is also said to emit a terrifying shriek.

THE YOWIE
Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser Fri 17 Jul 1896
A resident of Tenterfield has reported that he was attacked by a large hairy animal like a gorilla. An armed party have gone out in' pursuit of the creature.
Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW ) Sat 28 Aug 1886
"Whilst a young man named Flyn was looking after stock at the back of the Bredbo station one afternoon last week, he was surprised to observe a hairy human form, about seven feet in height, walking in the bush.
The wild man walked with an unsteady, swinging, and fast step, his arms being bent forward and nearly reaching the ground, whilst the colour was described as " bay," be-tween a red and chestnut.
Flynn did not take a second look at the uncanny creature .but rode as fast as he could to the homestead of Mr. Crimmings, nearly two miles away, to whom he reported the strange, mysterious affair.
Since then, Mr. Crimmings himself has interviewed the monster, and his account tallies exactly with that given by Mr. Flynn. But Mr. Crimmings heard the animal make a cry that sounded very like " Yahoo."
We hear that Mr. Joseph Hart, of Jingera, also saw the "Yahoo" as he was returning home one afternoon. The strange being is, no doubt, the "wild man" that has been so often talked of about Jingera for so many years past."

THE MAPINGUARI
The Mapinguaris of local folklore have some disturbing characteristics (possibly exaggerated over the years as the legend grew), including having only one eye.
Its smell is putrid and its skin is seemingly impervious to arrows and bullets.
Another feature of the Mapinguari is that it is believed to be carnivorous, although there are no accounts of it ever eating humans.
They tend to attack cattle, killing them and ripping out their tongues with their sharp claws.
The Mapinguari seems to look like Bigfoot but retains certain sloth-like features.

THE YOWIE
The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser On Fri 31 May 1889
By a Mr. J. Higgins of Como whom writes...
As near as I can describe it,the creature appeared to be fully nine feet in height; heal large, and resembling that of a baboon, but with a facemore human-like; arms long, black, muscular, and devoid of hair; body large and round, almost balloon-shaped, legs of extraordinary length, Before disappearing over the summit of the hill, it turned aroundand made several hideous grimaces at us, displaying a double tier of long yellow teeth".

THE MAPINGUARI
In 1975, a miner named Mário Pereira de Souza claimed he saw a Mapinguari at a mining camp along the Rio Jamauchím south of Itaituba, Pará State, Brazil.
He says he heard a scream and turned to see a huge creature advancing towards him on its hind legs. He remembers the creature’s awful stench.
A group of Kanamarí Indians in the Rio Juruá Valley state that they raised two Mapinguaris on bananas and milk. They say they released the creatures after about two years because their stench had become too much to bear. No one seems to know what happened to these Mapinguaris.
In 1994, biologist David Oren spoke to The New York Times about the fact that Amazonians were reporting sightings of Mapinguaris. He organized a trip to the Amazon, however this expedition failed to uncover any evidence.
Discover Magazine ran a story about a Brazilian man who had supposedly encountered a Mapinguari. Manuel Vitorino Pinheiro dos Santos, an experienced hunter, heard a blood-curdling scream while moving through the Amazon. Hiding in a river, Manuel heard the scream a further four times as the creature slowly moved away.

THE YOWIE
The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser 1876
“Leaving one of their young friends to boil the billy and prepare supper. While, so engaged the young women was suddenly startled by observing a man, as she naturally imagined, at first sight, was one of their own party, coming towards the fire, on walking closer, discovered the appearance to be unsightly an inhuman, bearing in every way the shape of a man with a big red face, hands and legs covered all over with long, shaggy hair, from fright she became almost spell-bound, screamed and screeched but unable to run. The men, on hearing such unearthly cries, left their fishing lines and ran with all speed towards their comrade;
She describes the creature:
"The head was covered with dark grisly hair, the face with shaggy darkish hair, the; back and belly and down the legs covered with hair of a lighter colour. This devil-devil or -whatever it may be called doubled round and hurriedly made back towards the fire and woman again.”
What the accounts you have just read demonstrate, is the high degree of morphological and behavioral similarities, involving two distinctly cryptid species, separated by continents, oceans and it’s own evolutionary development timeframe. However as the earliest witness descriptions plainly show minimal differences between the two creatures.

The Mapinguary as it was originally described resembles, what a large upright marsupial should look and act like, that much is clear, but what of the Yowie, now that abundant evidence proves a deep genetic link connecting Australia’s fauna, with that of the South American continent (this would include its traditional peoples via the relic Australoid DNA)?

If the yowie is not an upright marsupial, and as aboriginal tradition dictates, it was in existence on this continent prior to human occupation over 60,000 years ago, how did it get to Australia when no other placental mammals crossed the Wallace line from the North through Asia or neither crossed via a Pangea n land bridge from South America and Antarctica?

There can only be one correct answer from a choice of two possibilities.
1) The yowie is indeed a marsupial cousin to the Mapinguary and migrated to Australia with other monotremes prior to continental separation of Australia from the landmass of Antarctica and South America.
2) The yowie is a species of placental mammal that evolved on the continent of Antarctica when it had an ice free, favourable climate and migrated to Australia prior to continental drift.

Option two is the least likely because no other placental mammals made the same journey into Australia., whilst the genetic exchange between South America and Australia is beyond refute.

When all current data is considered, logic and Occam’s razor would dictate that the Yowie is indeed and upright bipedal marsupial, who’s genetic origins would have been North America and later South America to migrate to what is now Australia via Pangea like landmass.

So in having at at least a testable theory of yowie species point of origin and species radiation to work with I began to compile and study every yowie report on record from Tasmania to the far northern coast of Australia.

After a year and a half of research I had compiled and completed an extremely telling digital pin map that provided me with large and surprisingly numerous clusters of sightings that had a broad and consistent spread of dates indicating a long term and ongoing habitation .in certain areas.

Now I had a potentially plausible species.
A likely point of entry into Australia .
A well researched starting point.

A database of remarkably consistent descriptions spanning hundreds of years .
The completed cluster pin map provided me with a clear date ranged species migratory radiation pattern beginning in the South and spreading to the north .
The cluster map provided me with an optimal, boots on ground, field research location.

The location I ended up selecting was Tivoli in South Eastern Queensland. The area is central to a majority of good reputable and numerous sightings clusters samples and provided a varied selection of good potential yowie habitats without the terrain access rigors presented in places like the Blue Mountains in NSW.
I had success filming a potential yowie in HD from a distance of 500 meters within the first month of arriving here. In fact the footage made print in THE QUEENSLAND TIMES in January of last year and was well received by nearly all independent researchers.

Over the course of time since last January I have published 87 videos denoting habitats that have yielded good results with ground evidence such as footprints, hair samples, tree breaks, primitive structures that are suggestive of ambush hunting blinds , the recording of vocalizations including one example that has all the hallmarks of inter species gluteral communication seemingly in a structured language.

I have developed a fresh methodology which has yielded remarkable results in a very short space of time, which can be traced directly to information consistencies contained in the witness reports themselves.

I have discarded entrenched methods that have failed in the past, such as trail cameras, team or accompanied ground searches, tree knocking, whooping, scent placing, bate and trap setting along with just about every other known but failed methods.

Instead I went back to putting myself in the circumstances in which almost all yowie reports spring from. A lone person in a well scouted location late at night, with an Infra red capable HD camera.
I have attached video examples of some of the successes I have had for your inspection

Whilst I am well schooled in the very real risks of operating at night in an ambush predators domain, based on current results I am willing to take the risk.
A location in Chuwar I have named "the thicket" has yielded crisp clear and consistent eye shine at night by a specimen of over nine feet in height.

Also unknown to myself at the time of filming, a breif but clear daytime video of a black male yowie a mere twenty feet from my filming position, watching me intently from inside " the thicket" he was accompanied by what to my mind was a female of the species, tan in color, a few feet behind him. I had no idea I was that close until I reviewed the footage, masters of patient observational stealth they clearly are.

Some brief feild observations indicative of consistent behavioral traits, that I have observed in the species, along with environmental changes associated with prolonged yowie presence in given areas. Peak activity and sighting periods begin in early January and increases as temperatures rise above 30 deg c

The species examples at both Pine Mountain and Chuwar that I have been studying are defiantly and predominantly nocturnal predators, whom will seek out well canopied and ground covered areas, such as thickets and deeply overgrown but dry creeks during these hotter periods, where the day time temperature can be as much as 10 degrees cooler. They are stubbornly reluctant to leave these shaded cool places during the day for any reason as demonstrated by the filming of them at a close proximity of twenty feet. At these times night activity is intensive.

The activity decreases as the temperature drops and tapers off to almost nil activity in the colder months.

They move on from these seasonal areas until the temperature increases again the following year. This is noted in the date range presented in compiled sightings reports and I observed it myself over the limited period of the single seasonal year I have researched the locations.

Yowies seem to affect spider population increases in forested areas by consuming ground species that feed on the spiders and by affecting bird population desertions of the immediate area and surrounds that yowies occupy.
I have documented thousands of large web structures spanning wide and canopy free animal trails , occupied by fat and unusually engorged orb weavers of varying species that have remained in the exposed central portion of the web for days and nights end to end at a time, with no indication of bird predation or web destruction.
Birds rather occupy adjacent forestry areas in good numbers where the spider population by comparison is smaller and hard pressed through normal bird and small predator culling.

In general all species populations drop dramatically almost to nothing observable in areas yowies are in residence for extended periods. I can't confirm the cause as predation by Yowies or instinctual relocation by the creatures affected by the very presence of yowies in the area.
This gives some plausible cause for the legendary, often reported as Para natural, forest silence attributed to yowies and reported by witnesses coincidentally visiting yowie preferred summer habitation forest areas at Pine Mountain, Tivoli and Chuwar that I have thus observed.

Another biological link to South America ?

Australian flora and fauna has a hefty biological link owing to South America.
A link that is attributed to a history of evolution, migration and isolation via catastrophe that occurred around the same time frame as the break up of Gondwanaland land and some significant asteroid and comet impacts with the earth.

What has this got to do with Yowie research?

.I've just discovered an unusual link between the three sites that I have been monitoring over the last two years (Being Pine Mountain, Chuwar and Tivoli).

In all three sites I have obtained anomalous eye shine video of a large un documented creature/ being, that I will stipulate are Yowies going about their nocturnal feeding/.hunting activities.

All three sites contain hefty growths of Mimosa tree,s.
The Mimosa tree bark contains DMT or dimethyltryptamine, a drug that may have played a role in the sudden burst in human development around twelve thousand years ago. One of the sites (Pine Mountain) is now closed to public access.
It was only a month ago I noticed a huge amount of tree damage along a disused fire trail I was monitoring on Pine Mountain.

winter past was incredibly dry in S.E Qld and most of the sites I monitor had a huge reduction in tree growth, with most areas of vegetation drying out and withering.

I posted a video recently detailing a huge amount of anomalous tree damage and an upturned and thrown tree on a fire trail at Pine Mountain and Tivoli.

PINE MOUNTAIN MIMOSA TREE'S AND AGGRESSIVE DAMAGE




TIVOLI MIMOSA TREE'S



TIVOLI: YOWIE EYESHINE NEAR A MIMOSA THICKET



Are Yowies accessing Mimosaa tree's in these sites?

MIMOSA TREES AND DMT
Pine Mountain in S.E Qld along with both Tivoli and Chuwar are also a sites where Mimosa tree's are found in great abundance
Could it be that Yowies frequent the site on Pine Mountain after new rains that annually tend to occur from October through to February and after extended dry weather in winter at which time fresh Mimosa growth occurs. Mimosa tree's it has been found contain DMT or dimethyltryptamine .

Dried Mexican Mimosa tenuiflora root bark has been recently shown to have a dimethyltryptamine (DMT) content of about 1-1.7%. The stem bark has about 0.03% DMT. The parts of the tree are traditionally used in northeastern Brazil in a psychoactive decoction also called Jurema or Yurema.

Mimosa tenuiflora, syn. Mimosa hostilis, also known as Jurema Preta, Calumbi (Brazil), Tepezcohuite (México), Carbonal, Cabrera, Jurema, Black Jurema, and Vinho de Jurema, is a perennial tree or shrub native to the northeastern region of Brazil (Paraíba, Rio Grande do Norte, Ceará, Pernambuco, Bahia) and found as far north as southern Mexico (Oaxaca and coast of Chiapas), and the following countries: El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Colombia and Venezuela.
It is most often found in lower altitudes, but it can be found as high as 1,000 m (3,300 ft).
You can see many examples of the Mimosa tree's on Pine Mountain in the videos I just posted below.
There has been a lot of speculation about the link between the development of human consciousness and psychotropic drugs. Highlighted by the evolutionary development of Homo sapiens sapiens over 200,000 years and why human at an culture developed explosive rate as little as 11,000 years ago.
The last image is of Tivoli another site I monitor and have captured good activity on camera.All these sites as well as Chuwar have Mimosa trees growing in abundance.

Reference links to DMT and human development

http://beckleyfoundation.org/2017/07/05 ... if-so-why/
https://www.sbs.com.au/news/dmt-the-psy ... your-brain
https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-funct ... -in-humans

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Unread post by hillbilly » Thu Oct 25, 2018 10:07 am

FPP Disorder.
Get help.
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I guess now we'll get another 100 paragraphs of "research" to read,5 more eye shine videos to watch,4 more mimosa tree pictures,2 tree knocks to listen to..........and a partridge in a pear tree (eek)

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Unread post by yowiedan » Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:11 pm

Paul, I asked you questions on this forum that you decided to not answer and steer clear of. You have all the evidence but nothing to back it up with. So now after being asked by myself and others for that evidence you have attacked me on my youtube channel. You have clearly shown your true self by attacking me and making a page to make me look like a fool with your idiotic remarks. Here I thought you were an author, a great author would have better to say about a great Yowie Researcher that I am. All I asked of you was your evidence to back up your claims and you did not answer me or any other researcher on her who did. But you decided to go down the dark side and slander me and try to make me look the fool. I pity you Mcleod you have dug your own grave on here mate.

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Unread post by yowiedan » Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:35 pm

Paul, as I will say again numerous longterm researchers on here have asked you questions about your blurry pictures etc and you haven't come up with the goods. So when you put up findings with nothing to back it up you will be questioned. To not back up your evidence and then go ahead and post pictures of me on here with your insane writings with pictures of me included than that's an insult to me. I might have pressed you to answer your evidence with scientific validation, but I have never posted pictures of you on here and wrote insane things attached to them. Mcleod you should be gone off this group and gone bloody now. You have no morals that all the other researchers have and when you're pressed hard about your claims that you have no evidence for you go ahead and attack the person who is asking for your evidence to be shown. Your a bad bad person and have shown your true self! You're the TROLL!
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