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Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Starks » Tue Apr 12, 2016 10:34 pm

Hey Guys,

Not sure how many of you listen to podcasts about cryptids and the like but ive stumbled upon a couple of Dogman encounters from right here in Australia.

This one is from Currumbin Valley in QLD
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-tSabpU9_iY



This one is from Watanobbi in NSW.
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZH1T0O_nbAk

Have a listen if you get time guys.

P.S. Sorry if the links are not clickable this is my first time posting a topic. (thumb up) (thumb up)

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Unread post by Daggzy B » Mon Apr 18, 2016 7:21 pm

The dog man phenomenon is interesting. There are a number of Yowie reports on youtube that describe a similar beast, a werewolf type creature that can walk on all two feet and just as easily on four.
I even remember in one of Rusty's earlier videos where he records what sounds like a dog panting. Just coincidence? Maybe.

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Unread post by sensesonfire » Tue Apr 26, 2016 6:20 pm

This video is probably the best on Dogman. Caught on camera in the woods in Washington US it actually has images. Take a look to the right of the red circled Dogman you will see a clear image or at least to me of a huge Dogman standing. These creatures are masters of disguise and the cameraman never knew they were there until he looked at the video. I know what these creatures are but I'll keep my opinion to myself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBzbM-3bEx8.
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Unread post by Wolf » Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:11 pm

sensesonfire wrote: I know what these creatures are but I'll keep my opinion to myself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBzbM-3bEx8.
Why? I would love to know what people believe them to be. I too, have a theory, based on a dream I had in the 90's when I was 'running' with some... very, very vivid dream in which I understood them to be an ancient species, much, much older than Homo Sapiens. And once plentiful, they had been killed off and pushed back into remote areas centuries ago, leaving only a few fragments of small packs. In the dream I got the impression they had almost entirely died out.

I never forgot that dream, even though I never heard of dogmen until late last year. When I woke from the dream and explained it to my wife the next morning I referred to them as the 'Wolf people'.
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Unread post by Starks » Wed Apr 27, 2016 8:34 am

Wolf wrote:
sensesonfire wrote: I know what these creatures are but I'll keep my opinion to myself. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBzbM-3bEx8.
Why? I would love to know what people believe '.

I agree mate, I believe everyone who has signed up to this forum has somewhat of an open mind to these types of things.

I'd like to hear peoples theories and opinions on this dogman subject. It seems to be a very rare occurrence to even hear of it in Australia.

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Wed Apr 27, 2016 5:18 pm

I thought dogman was a type of sasquatch but obviously not. I hope theyre not here. The whole idea of a dogman gives me the creeps but i did find it funny that that one chased the ladies car in the first report. He shouldve asked if it bit her tyres. (woot) Wolf probably bought them here with his dream. Thanks for that wolf! (no no)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Wed Apr 27, 2016 6:48 pm

Yowie bait wrote:I thought dogman was a type of sasquatch but obviously not. I hope theyre not here. The whole idea of a dogman gives me the creeps but i did find it funny that that one chased the ladies car in the first report. He shouldve asked if it bit her tyres. (woot) Wolf probably bought them here with his dream. Thanks for that wolf! (no no)
Ha, no worries.
When I remember the sense of fear I got from it, I also remember a feeling of kinship, like it was my totem. Weirdly, it gave me a sense of security at the same time as the intense fear it put off.
I woke up thinking that was too real, and thinking, wow if that thing is my totem... I have no need to fear ever again.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Wed Apr 27, 2016 11:26 pm

"The wolfmen" sounds better than "dogman" . We should call it The Australian Wolfman. Hey Wolf thats great if a dream or nightmare can inspire you and help you in your daily life. Maybe thats what theyre for.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Wed Apr 27, 2016 11:47 pm

Yowie bait wrote:"The wolfmen" sounds better than "dogman" . We should call it The Australian Wolfman. Hey Wolf thats great if a dream or nightmare can inspire you and help you in your daily life. Maybe thats what theyre for.
I feel it has helped more than once, especially standing up to judges and cops in court (nothing serious... just speeding fines and whatnot).

A few times the image of the animal in my dream has appeared in my mind when in confronting or dangerous situations and any fear or intimidation I may have felt dissolves like smoke. It is always silhouetted by a full, rising moon. I drew a picture when I woke up from it but buggered if I know where it is. In a book somewhere I hope.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by ChrisV » Thu Apr 28, 2016 1:29 am

I agree - the Dogman or Wolfman scares the c**p out of me.

Yowies I can digest. There are numerous reports that give an understanding of what it could be, look like and behaviour.

The Dogman on the other hand sounds like something from the gates of hell. An upright doberman looking beast that wanders out there - thats enough to freak me out forever and a day. Imagine one of those looking thru your bedroom window!! (eek)

I'm not entirely convinced they are real species...maybe from another realm sits with me better because there are just so few and far reports in Australia. But I don't want to be proved wrong under any circumstances!!! They are just too scary to consider right now....I think I need to go watch some family friendly tv now!! (confused)

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Unread post by macquariedave » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:00 am

ChrisV wrote:They are just too scary to consider right now....I think I need to go watch some family friendly tv now!! (confused)
Go and watch a Trump speech and be frightened and scared much, much more . . .!

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macquariedave wrote:
ChrisV wrote:They are just too scary to consider right now....I think I need to go watch some family friendly tv now!! (confused)
Go and watch a Trump speech and be frightened and scared much, much more . . .!
TRump?
HItlery... now that's scary "We came. we saw, he died hahahahaha..." ... fully blown psychopath that one. If she gets in we're all dead... WWIV (III being the long was on the third world)
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:11 am

'WAR' not 'was'... why is no edit button in this forum?????
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:28 pm

I dunno . There used to be edit fumction if you look at the old posts. Maybe so we cant delete our posts and screw up the threads? These dogman reports in the states have them at 15 and 20ft tall!
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Unread post by Wolf » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:45 pm

Yowie bait wrote:I dunno . There used to be edit fumction if you look at the old posts. Maybe so we cant delete our posts and screw up the threads? These dogman reports in the states have them at 15 and 20ft tall!
Yeah, but most of the reports I have listened to and read have them ranging from 6-12', with the majority being in the 6-9' range.

Mind you, a 9 foot werewolf would appear to a terrified mind as much larger still, which could explain the discrepancy.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:56 pm

Yeah 20 ft is a stretch. I think thats the one someone found on the road and thought it was dead they said was 20ft. Seeing any werewolf would scare the begeezes out of me let alone a ten foot tall one!
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Unread post by Searcher » Thu Apr 28, 2016 11:34 pm

Thanks Starks.

Just listened to Lisa's amazing hour long interview. She is a very brave woman and sounds extremely credible. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-tSabpU9_iY

Riveting nightmarish account. Scary as hell for the whole family. Bit of a shock for any city dwellers on here... sure makes them want to stay in the big smoke!

Wonder what our original land owners have to say about the Dogman?

Interesting she says Yowies are also in the area...the thought of the two interacting is mind boggling.

And BTW, as Wolf said, an edit button facility on this forum would be very much appreciated. :)

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:25 am

I listened to Lia's account more than once a couple of weeks ago.
Something about her speech pattern reminds me of a bipolar woman I know who lies through her teeth, constantly making up stories for attention (I'm not saying Lisa is lying, just being cautious).

Also, she says she is 49 and the Currumbin events occured when she was in her early to mid twenties, which would put the approximate year of these events around the early 90's. Because of this I wish Vic had asked her what kind of mobile her son was using when one chased him into the house.

Hardly anyone had mobile phones in the early 90s and those that did carried them as a large, heavy bag over their shoulder. I remember mine well. We got one late 95 (or was it early in 96?... can't remember now) because I was living in a bus at the time and obviously could not have a landline. It was so big and heavy it could have been used as a weapon!

I Lisa had of answered that the phone was small enough to be one piece, hand held, we would know she was lying.

Regardless of my suspicions, I want to believe her because it was in early 97 I had my dream (forgot to mention at one stage I was flying... an indication of your spirit experiencing 'reality' while free of your body)... and we were living close to a creek just south of Murwillumbah (over the border ranges from Currumbin).
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Unread post by Wolf » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:27 am

LISA, not 'Lia'... dammit.

(although maybe that was my subconscious knowing trying to communicate over my conscious thoughts????)

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:34 am

Found this regarding Dogmen...

"Most people have heard of werewolves, but few know of the ancient race of dog-headed men, better known as the Cynocephali. A Cynocephalus was essentially a man with the head of a dog. They could understand language but had no ability to speak. Though they are sometimes depicted in artwork as being civilized, they were by all reports savage beasts who lived to hunt and to kill.
Marco Polo mentions Cynocephali indirectly while describing his travels to the island of Angamanian:

"Angamanain is a very large Island. The people are without a king and are Idolaters, and no better than wild beasts. And I assure you all the men of this Island of Angamanain have heads like dogs, and teeth and eyes likewise; in fact, in the face they are all just like big mastiff dogs! ... but they are a most cruel generation, and eat everybody that they can catch, if not of their own race."

No one knows for sure what happened to this small, but powerful race. It is believed that as the empires around them expanded they were killed off. They were most certainly a warring tribe and would have preferred death in battle to succumbing to another culture's ways. Either way, they have disappeared from human view. Perhaps there are still some of them living in caves awaiting a day where they may return to power."

The full article can be found here... http://www.gods-and-monsters.com/cynocephalus.html

The part I quoted above reminds me exactly of what the giant Alpha told me in my dream... that they were older than man and man had almost entirely wiped their kind out. He was one of the last of his kind. The rest of the article (quotes from the Greek physician Ctesias, 400BC) does not fit my dream though... with them wearing clothes etc.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Searcher » Fri Apr 29, 2016 3:27 pm

Wolf wrote:I listened to Lia's account more than once a couple of weeks ago.
Something about her speech pattern reminds me of a bipolar woman I know who lies through her teeth, constantly making up stories for attention (I'm not saying Lisa is lying, just being cautious).

Also, she says she is 49 and the Currumbin events occured when she was in her early to mid twenties, which would put the approximate year of these events around the early 90's. Because of this I wish Vic had asked her what kind of mobile her son was using when one chased him into the house.

Hardly anyone had mobile phones in the early 90s and those that did carried them as a large, heavy bag over their shoulder. I remember mine well. We got one late 95 (or was it early in 96?... can't remember now) because I was living in a bus at the time and obviously could not have a landline. It was so big and heavy it could have been used as a weapon!

I Lisa had of answered that the phone was small enough to be one piece, hand held, we would know she was lying.
Your take on Lisa is fair enough. It's important to be cautious with such an incredible story. It would be nice to get some professional opinions about her state of mind. That said, she should be in line for an Academy award if it turns out she is confabulating. She is very convincing! Be good to see her interviewed on camera by an experienced researcher. That way, the video would show tell tale body language clues about her veracity. I’d be interested to hear what others think… does it sound like she is telling the truth?

Good pick up on the mobile phone. In 1990, just 1% of Australians had mobiles. In the mid 90’s, around 13% of had mobile phones. By the late 1990’s almost half of the population were using them. That means in the early 90’s, at a guess, probably only around 5% had them.

Good to reminisce about the mobile phones. I had one of the very first mobiles in the State. It was part of the 007 network and was permanently mounted in the car. It would have been mid 80’s and the cost from Telecom was over $5000. It had a large transponder unit in the back and the car’s horn went off and the lights flashed if a call came in and you were not in the car. Reckon it paid for itself very quickly as it allowed you to respond to your pager (remember them?) immediately. It was great for business. In those days, there was no problem talking on the car phone. The cops didn’t give two hoots!

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Unread post by sensesonfire » Fri Apr 29, 2016 6:43 pm

ChrisV wrote:I agree - the Dogman or Wolfman scares the c**p out of me.

Yowies I can digest. There are numerous reports that give an understanding of what it could be, look like and behaviour.

The Dogman on the other hand sounds like something from the gates of hell. An upright doberman looking beast that wanders out there - thats enough to freak me out forever and a day. Imagine one of those looking thru your bedroom window!! (eek)

I'm not entirely convinced they are real species...maybe from another realm sits with me better because there are just so few and far reports in Australia. But I don't want to be proved wrong under any circumstances!!! They are just too scary to consider right now....I think I need to go watch some family friendly tv now!! (confused)


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I reckon you nailed it when you said [ quote] "I'm not entirely convinced they are real species...maybe from another realm sits with me better". [unquote]. Sighted regularly on the Sherman Ranch in Utah, USA (Skinwalker Ranch) along with Sasquatch, UFO's, glowing orbs, mutilated cattle, portals in the sky and other relating to the paranormal. Favourite hangouts are Native American sacred land particularly burial grounds.
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Unread post by sensesonfire » Fri Apr 29, 2016 7:36 pm

Wolf mentions the Cynoephelus I do know about these half human/half dog creatures and without wanting to turn this into a religious discussion or argument my belief is that they are Nephilim hybrids. Biologically there is no way humans could procreate with dogs to produce life but the Nephilim could so these dogman obviously came from somewhere. In ancient scriptures Saint Christopher was represented as having the body of a man and the head of a dog. Below is an excerpt about St Christopher.
In Eastern Orthodox icons, Saint Christopher is sometimes represented with the head of a dog. The background to the dog-headed Christopher is laid in the reign of the Emperor Diocletian, when a man named Reprebus, Rebrebus or Reprobus was captured in combat against tribes dwelling to the west of Egypt in Cyrenaica. To the unit of soldiers, according to the hagiographic narrative, was assigned the name numerus Marmaritarum or "Unit of the Marmaritae", which suggests an otherwise-unidentified "Marmaritae" (perhaps the same as the Marmaricae Berber tribe of Cyrenaica). He was reported to be of enormous size, with the head of a dog instead of a man, apparently a characteristic of the Marmaritae. This Byzantine depiction of St. Christopher as dog-headed resulted from their misinterpretation of the Latin term Cananeus (Canaanite) to read canineus (canine).[18]

According to the medieval Irish Passion of St. Christopher, "This Christopher was one of the Dog-heads, a race that had the heads of dogs and ate human flesh." [19] It was commonly accepted at the time that there were several types of races, the Cynocephalus, or dog headed people, being one of many believed to populate the world.

The German bishop and poet Walter of Speyer portrayed St. Christopher as a giant of a cynocephalic species in the land of the Chananeans who ate human flesh and barked. Eventually, Christopher met the Christ child, regretted his former behavior, and received baptism. He, too, was rewarded with a human appearance, whereupon he devoted his life to Christian service and became an athlete of God, one of the soldier-saints.[20]

I underline...... This Byzantine depiction of St. Christopher as dog-headed resulted from their misinterpretation of the Latin term Cananeus (Canaanite) to read canineus (canine).[18]. I also acknowledge many Christian churches don't buy into this interpretation at all.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:36 pm

That second report sounds like he saw a yowie except for the muzzle and blue eyes (yowie person!!??). I wonder what his parents though when he finally came out of the closet?
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sensesonfire wrote:Wolf mentions the Cynoephelus I do know about these half human/half dog creatures and without wanting to turn this into a religious discussion or argument my belief is that they are Nephilim hybrids. Biologically there is no way humans could procreate with dogs to produce life but the Nephilim could so these dogman obviously came from somewhere. In ancient scriptures Saint Christopher was represented as having the body of a man and the head of a dog. Below is an excerpt about St Christopher.
In Eastern Orthodox icons, Saint Christopher is sometimes represented with the head of a dog. The background to the dog-headed Christopher is laid in the reign of the Emperor Diocletian, when a man named Reprebus, Rebrebus or Reprobus was captured in combat against tribes dwelling to the west of Egypt in Cyrenaica. To the unit of soldiers, according to the hagiographic narrative, was assigned the name numerus Marmaritarum or "Unit of the Marmaritae", which suggests an otherwise-unidentified "Marmaritae" (perhaps the same as the Marmaricae Berber tribe of Cyrenaica). He was reported to be of enormous size, with the head of a dog instead of a man, apparently a characteristic of the Marmaritae. This Byzantine depiction of St. Christopher as dog-headed resulted from their misinterpretation of the Latin term Cananeus (Canaanite) to read canineus (canine).[18]

According to the medieval Irish Passion of St. Christopher, "This Christopher was one of the Dog-heads, a race that had the heads of dogs and ate human flesh." [19] It was commonly accepted at the time that there were several types of races, the Cynocephalus, or dog headed people, being one of many believed to populate the world.

The German bishop and poet Walter of Speyer portrayed St. Christopher as a giant of a cynocephalic species in the land of the Chananeans who ate human flesh and barked. Eventually, Christopher met the Christ child, regretted his former behavior, and received baptism. He, too, was rewarded with a human appearance, whereupon he devoted his life to Christian service and became an athlete of God, one of the soldier-saints.[20]

I underline...... This Byzantine depiction of St. Christopher as dog-headed resulted from their misinterpretation of the Latin term Cananeus (Canaanite) to read canineus (canine).[18]. I also acknowledge many Christian churches don't buy into this interpretation at all.
How did they change him from dogman to human? Sorry i just had to ask.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:42 pm

hmmmm...

Until to day I had never heard of the Cynocephali, not St Christopher being 'dog-headed'. Of course, everyone knows of Anubis, the Jackal headed god of the Egyptians.

There is so little we know of human history, let alone non-human history. I have often argued that theoretically there was a very high probability a self-aware, highly intelligent dinosaur species existed (or several species).
After all, they evolved and survived for well over 60 MILLION years! In comparison, humans have evolved into an 'intelligent' species over a mere (arguably less) 1.5 million years.

All we know of this period of history are fossils, and bearing in mind fossils do not get produced in tropical environments (most of the planet back then) we know only a very small percentage of a percentile of what walked the earth, and even then what we 'know' is largely conjecture in a field where someone proposing new ideas tends to get ignored. For example, for over a hundred years scientists thought of dinosaurs as cold-blooded lizards when in fact, most were warm-blooded and more closely relate to the birds of today.

Many scientists now even agree that the famous T-rex most likely had feathers!
If an intelligent dino existed and even built civilisations and cities out of the plentiful wood there would be no trace. Only stone survives so long, and even then rarely.

Back to the more modern epoch of mammals... who is to say canines did not develop on their own into a highly intelligent night hunter that benefited by evolving into a bipedal form? Scientists agree it was the move from travelling on four legs to two that greatly increased brain capacity as the hands were freed up for other tasks other than motion. Primates may not have been the only branch of the mammalian tree to 'discover' this advantage.
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Yowie bait » Fri Apr 29, 2016 11:00 pm

I was suprised how little physical evidence there is for these ancient hominids when reading about gigantopithicis and homo florenses (?) and other homos while trying to get my head around fossilisation etc. Most of the behavioral aspects they talk about is just speculation.

You make a good argument for the dogman Wolf. There are many ancient structutes that could only have been built by giants or superior technology that we have now. A lot of these have been found with no answer to who lived there or what they looked like. Who knows,maybe one of these was built by the dogmen?
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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Tuckeroo » Sat Apr 30, 2016 12:01 am

Wolf wrote:hmmmm...

Until to day I had never heard of the Cynocephali, not St Christopher being 'dog-headed'. Of course, everyone knows of Anubis, the Jackal headed god of the Egyptians.

There is so little we know of human history, let alone non-human history. I have often argued that theoretically there was a very high probability a self-aware, highly intelligent dinosaur species existed (or several species).
After all, they evolved and survived for well over 60 MILLION years! In comparison, humans have evolved into an 'intelligent' species over a mere (arguably less) 1.5 million years.

All we know of this period of history are fossils, and bearing in mind fossils do not get produced in tropical environments (most of the planet back then) we know only a very small percentage of a percentile of what walked the earth, and even then what we 'know' is largely conjecture in a field where someone proposing new ideas tends to get ignored. For example, for over a hundred years scientists thought of dinosaurs as cold-blooded lizards when in fact, most were warm-blooded and more closely relate to the birds of today.

Many scientists now even agree that the famous T-rex most likely had feathers!
If an intelligent dino existed and even built civilisations and cities out of the plentiful wood there would be no trace. Only stone survives so long, and even then rarely.

Back to the more modern epoch of mammals... who is to say canines did not develop on their own into a highly intelligent night hunter that benefited by evolving into a bipedal form? Scientists agree it was the move from travelling on four legs to two that greatly increased brain capacity as the hands were freed up for other tasks other than motion. Primates may not have been the only branch of the mammalian tree to 'discover' this advantage.

Ditto to Yb......previous

Hi Wolf, You have great knowledge and insight.

I listened to Lisa speaking and hung on every word and fact she said because basicaly I couldn't believe what I was hearing.
Is she telling the truth, listen to how excruciatingly nonchalant she is when she describes the dog-man pack coming down
the hill side and stopping, standing up and then looking across at her.
It's the standing up thing about dog-man that I have trouble with. They would need different back legs and hip structure
to walk on two legs.
You have seen how clumsy a dog is when it's only on its back legs. So does the dog-man front half look canine and the back half look
more chunkier like the Yowie, although Dog-man are always described as being completely dog like.

I wished Lisa had described the things gait as it paraded past the window.

Sorry if I'm splitting hairs with my lame literalness, if it's declared their super-natural my question is irrelevant.

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Tuckeroo » Sat Apr 30, 2016 1:03 am

Wolf wrote:
Yowie bait wrote:I thought dogman was a type of sasquatch but obviously not. I hope theyre not here. The whole idea of a dogman gives me the creeps but i did find it funny that that one chased the ladies car in the first report. He shouldve asked if it bit her tyres. (woot) Wolf probably bought them here with his dream. Thanks for that wolf! (no no)
Ha, no worries.
When I remember the sense of fear I got from it, I also remember a feeling of kinship, like it was my totem. Weirdly, it gave me a sense of security at the same time as the intense fear it put off.
I woke up thinking that was too real, and thinking, wow if that thing is my totem... I have no need to fear ever again.

Hi Wolf,

Interesting dream state that you explain; sounds like you have great strength and purpose from your perceived totem.
The dichotomy of fear and security you describe underpins the lycantrophic nature of your subconscious.
Your well-spring of creativity and insight.

T.

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Re: Dogman in Australia

Unread post by Wolf » Sat Apr 30, 2016 10:14 am

Tuckeroo wrote:
Hi Wolf, You have great knowledge and insight.
Thanks for the compliment, but it is simply that I think things through in attempt to work out possibilities that could fill the huge gaps in my knowledge. My Dad was the same, always saying there has never existed a problem that cannot be solved by simply thinking about it (he had a year 6 education BTW, but invented many things that made his work easier)
Tuckeroo wrote: It's the standing up thing about dog-man that I have trouble with. They would need different back legs and hip structure
to walk on two legs.
You have seen how clumsy a dog is when it's only on its back legs. So does the dog-man front half look canine and the back half look
more chunkier like the Yowie, although Dog-man are always described as being completely dog like.
Good points.
If they are/were real and not just a product of the human mind (never underestimate its power, especially when backed up with belief), I believe they use/d their bipedal gait mainly when moving, making it easier to balance when in motion, especially with the aid of a tail. (like those videos you see of trained dogs 'walking', never simply standing still).
For fast movement though, they are reported to drop to all fours.
When not moving, they would likely crouch. A crouching position enables a quicker burst of movement in any direction (think of the ninja movies where they are often portrayed with one hand touching the ground, in a crouch).

Sure, they could stand in one spot watching for as long as they like, especially if they wanted a higher point of view or to appear more threatening with the increased size (Dark Waters calls them 'CryptoTerrorists') but it is less comfortable and less advantageous for sudden movement than a crouch.
Tuckeroo wrote:
Sorry if I'm splitting hairs with my lame literalness, if it's declared their super-natural my question is irrelevant.

T.
Not lame at all, thought provoking.
What modern humans call 'super-natural' is just a term used when we fail to explain something using our current level of knowledge. To my way of thinking, everything is natural. It is just that our understanding of the natural world is lacking... just like merely 150 years ago powered flight was unthinkable and would have been seen as magical and unbelievable, let alone being able to communicate across the world instantly.
The mightiest oak was once a nut that stood his ground

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