Thoughts on this possible large structure?

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Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by BushcraftAndCampingA » Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:32 pm

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I found this on a recent camping trip out. Its totally different anything else in the area and seems to be constructed entirely of out-of-place, 'moved' logs. A plethora of tree breaks surround the site. If not a Yowie structure, a few possibilities could include land clearing debris pile (for invasive species or otherwise), result of an extreme weather event, a fluke of nature, an over-active imagination.

What do you guys think?
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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by BushcraftAndCampingA » Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:34 pm

BushcraftAndCampingA wrote:
Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:32 pm
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...and seems to be constructed entirely of out-of-place, 'moved' logs...
Apologies, i meant to say... and seems to be constructed ALMOST entirely of out-of-place, 'moved' logs...

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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by AustralopithecineOz » Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:25 am

Very odd. Your video displays it much better Craig. (Could an administrator embed it if possible)

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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by sensesonfire » Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:50 am

BushcraftAndCampingA wrote:
Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:32 pm
structure best.jpg

I found this on a recent camping trip out. Its totally different anything else in the area and seems to be constructed entirely of out-of-place, 'moved' logs. A plethora of tree breaks surround the site. If not a Yowie structure, a few possibilities could include land clearing debris pile (for invasive species or otherwise), result of an extreme weather event, a fluke of nature, an over-active imagination.

What do you guys think?
Hi Craig,
The strange thing about these structures if made by Yowies is that they do not seem to present any structural intent or composition. Unlike Bigfoot in the US where they do build well-formed compound structures or shelters the Yowie apparently does not. I may be wrong but I have never seen a Yowie compound like Bigfoot build in America. :?
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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by Dion » Wed Jul 22, 2020 10:04 am

I only pay attention to odd tree breaks personally because they are the most recognisable sign for them being an area and even then you have to rule out other factors such as wind and or weak tree due to grubs etc.

All the other stuff like crosses and bed shelters........ meh!
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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by BushcraftAndCampingA » Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:14 pm

sensesonfire wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:50 am
BushcraftAndCampingA wrote:
Tue Jul 21, 2020 10:32 pm
structure best.jpg

I found this on a recent camping trip out. Its totally different anything else in the area and seems to be constructed entirely of out-of-place, 'moved' logs. A plethora of tree breaks surround the site. If not a Yowie structure, a few possibilities could include land clearing debris pile (for invasive species or otherwise), result of an extreme weather event, a fluke of nature, an over-active imagination.

What do you guys think?
Hi Craig,
The strange thing about these structures if made by Yowies is that they do not seem to present any structural intent or composition. Unlike Bigfoot in the US where they do build well-formed compound structures or shelters the Yowie apparently does not. I may be wrong but I have never seen a Yowie compound like Bigfoot build in America. :?
It all depends the purpose for the structures. If they are built with intention of shelter, then this is not a hit at all. However, i do not believe they are shelter structures. My current idea is that trees are simply the material of choice to conduct energy. I believe they are creating these structures in an attempt to spark some kind of energetic circuit for purposes unknown. Now with this in mind, the structures do not need resmeble structures as we know them. Theres research around regarding Yowies and their use of leyline energy for many things, not limited to sustanance, communication and some other more fringey possibilities. If Yowies are indeed working with energy (speculative theory yes, but until we know facts, all theories should be on the table) then these 'structures' could indeed make much more sense as they are comparable to a campfire - some confirgurations work better than others, but once that fire gets going you can just chuck logs on and be done with it. What if these structures are to build energy for their purposes, once the 'energetic fire' (so-to-speak) is going, then they need only to throw more logs on the fire to increase the energetic potential of the place..? Just a thought

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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by BushcraftAndCampingA » Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:16 pm

Dion wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 10:04 am
I only pay attention to odd tree breaks personally because they are the most recognisable sign for them being an area and even then you have to rule out other factors such as wind and or weak tree due to grubs etc.

All the other stuff like crosses and bed shelters........ meh!
funny you mention beeding shelters.... straight after i filmed this i found a pushed down area in the grasses nearby. It was big enough for a large kangaroo to rest on. I talked about it in the video but decided to cut it as pushed down grass is just way to speculative. So i tend to agree with cherry picking certain features and disregarding others. though in saying that, from a research perspective, i do like to document everything - even when i know it wont be making the final edit

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Re: Thoughts on this possible large structure?

Unread post by Dion » Thu Jul 23, 2020 2:28 pm

BushcraftAndCampingA wrote:
Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:16 pm
..... from a research perspective, i do like to document everything - even when i know it wont be making the final edit
Thats fair enough Craig at least your trying to have an open mind about it all.

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