Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by Black » Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:56 am

When I say "invisible", "unnoticed" is more accurate. You'll still be photographed or caught on camera with that little technique I shared. So, it's not physical invisibility per se.

Ninjitsu has it's own "invisibility" techniques. A lot of it is to do with stealth as an assassin, and not being seen by the enemy until during delivery of a deadly strike.

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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by Gavin » Thu Feb 13, 2020 7:05 am

What if shapeshifting is part of an evolution. A creature that begins life as a solid being then as it ages it develops the ability to blend with it's surroundings utilising available light. Eventually progressing to somehow becoming completely light for periods of time appearing as floating orbs. The next step evolving to pure energy. So no physical body left.

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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by Bluedog » Fri Feb 14, 2020 10:50 am

Ayr audio report Border ranges,
This encounter is an interesting example of a yowie trying to go unnoticed. Trying to hide in plain sight. Did this yowie think it couldn't be seen?
Maybe it's ninja invisible vibe wasn't quite switched on that day?
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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by ronstar2 » Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:20 am

Hi all just one question, why is it on most occasions we only find one print ? are they slipping in and out of different dimensions?

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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by sensesonfire » Mon Feb 17, 2020 9:04 am

ronstar2 wrote:
Mon Feb 17, 2020 8:20 am
Hi all just one question, why is it on most occasions we only find one print ? are they slipping in and out of different dimensions?
Hi ronstar2,
I believe you are correct they are interdimensional travelers IMO. Footprints have clearly been detected and then inexplicably disappear. In the Battle Of Ape Canyon 1924 Fred Beck reported footprints leading into the sandbank of a drying out creekbed and then suddenly disappearing another possible explanation for this is that these creatures can levitate and that has been well documented as an ability that Bigfoot has. :idea:
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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by Black » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:07 pm

According to Eastern mysticism, us humans are multidimensional beings ourselves, with bodies of differing substance overlaying one another.

Who's to say our interactions with yowies aren't all via clairvoyance and clairaudience into these other dimensions, triggered by different causes?

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Re: Why do you think Yowies shapeshift

Unread post by themanfromglad » Mon Feb 24, 2020 3:56 pm

Black wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 6:56 am
When I say "invisible", "unnoticed" is more accurate. You'll still be photographed or caught on camera with that little technique I shared. So, it's not physical invisibility per se.

Ninjitsu has it's own "invisibility" techniques. A lot of it is to do with stealth as an assassin, and not being seen by the enemy until during delivery of a deadly strike.
From perhaps an infinite number experiences with Bigfoot, little forest people and the small 4 legged gecko people, they are invisible. Period. The gecko people like to go solid at night when I am in my tent. Then they run across my pillow and bump into my arm, or run across an air mattress and slam into the tent wall, or get on the outside of the tent and climb up one side, or from inside an unopened cereal box, chew on the cereal and only pause to see my reaction to their chewing, or fly around the inside of my tent until they materialize just before landing with their 4 little feet hitting the tent floor, only to scramble to get inside my sleeping bag with me in it. The little people will hang out when out camping, around my microphone and breath near it so that I can hear the air whistling through their nose hairs, which means they have hair on their bodies. The Bigfoot will touch you on the shoulder and when you instantly spin around, there is nothing there. They will also wave an invisible hand in front of your face to see if you can see them. Or they will walk right up to three feet away, for an unknown purpose. But I guarantee, they are not relying on camouflage in any way, shape or form.

And I was snowmobiling in the little valley from which the water to Ape Canyon comes, just yesterday. I should have been within 1 mile of Fred Beck's cabin site, though it is no longer there. Ape Canyon is very short at only 3 miles long. The Bigfoot like to make a lot of noise for the campers who dare camp at it's mouth, just like the rest of the Mt. St. Helens area.

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