Aboriginal Folk Accounts compilation

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Roy Batty
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Aboriginal Folk Accounts compilation

Unread post by Roy Batty » Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:55 pm

Hello,

Does anyone know if there is a compilation of the various Aboriginal accounts of encounters/interaction with Yowies?

People freely reference how Aboriginals had stories about them, fought them, traded with them, etc but it is really hard to actually find these various stories/accounts themselves.

Would be a great subsection on the main website too.

I had a book decades ago about how people in historical Turkey would trade and intermarry with a smaller bigfoot type creature called "Almas" that would come out of the mountains, so if something like that happened there, it could have happened here too. Would possibly explain the ?% of unknown hominid DNA that Aboriginals have too

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Unread post by sensesonfire » Sat Mar 06, 2021 12:18 pm

Roy Batty wrote:
Fri Mar 05, 2021 5:55 pm
I had a book decades ago about how people in historical Turkey would trade and intermarry with a smaller bigfoot type creature called "Almas" that would come out of the mountains, so if something like that happened there, it could have happened here too. Would possibly explain the ?% of unknown hominid DNA that Aboriginals have too
G'day Roy Batty,

Bigfoot were well known for capturing Native American females and it was strongly suggested they actually bred with them. So it would be no surprise to me if aboriginal females suffered the same fate interspecific hybrid breeding with Yowies or the junjudee. Although I did not know that aboriginals had a % of unknown hominid DNA.

The assumed Bigfoot DNA samples reveal that there is a mitochondrial connection but the Y DNA chromosome is of an unknown hominid and they rule out the great apes. The analysis bizarrely suggests an unknown hominid mixed with animal DNA - a chimaera. :?
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Unread post by Bÿrn Jaoél » Sat Mar 06, 2021 9:01 pm

I would be VERY interested if there is one.
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Re: Aboriginal Folk Accounts compilation

Unread post by sensesonfire » Sun Mar 07, 2021 9:25 pm

Bÿrn Jaoél wrote:
Sat Mar 06, 2021 9:01 pm
I would be VERY interested if there is one.
Jack Cary is a Bigfoot Researcher and investigator who has spent 25 years tracking these creatures. His video tells of how they managed to collect Bigfoot DNA samples. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4TQvSqL6YE&t=1840s.

At 16:43 explains how they collected the samples 27:26 tells of the DNA analysis results 31:45 tells of the complexity of what was discovered. All tests were undertaken by reputable geneticists. It is well worth a look.
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Unread post by David » Mon Mar 08, 2021 2:50 am

There is an opportunity here for some determined author. How you would go about collecting the information I think may be a challenge. I used to research my city's history and publishing it on a blog. I basically collected trove newspaper articles. I also researched heavily all search terms I could think of for hairy ma related search terms in our historical record. I actually found quite a few indigenous information but was always reported by , sometimes often, derogatory overtones even resulting in the firing of pistols, sometimes just with blatant white Australian policy arrogance and derision. I have a feeling the avenue of attack would be interviewing, perhaps electronically, area tribal elders. How this can be done to any large degree could be a daunting task. Anyway. If anybody actually accomplished this book I would be the first to hand over my credit card details for pre-order purchase.

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Re: Aboriginal Folk Accounts compilation

Unread post by David » Mon Mar 08, 2021 2:54 am

This is the most interesting local clipping regarding local Aboriginal mention I ever found. Still intriguing to me. I think the killing spot is now under Burrinjuck Dam.
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Re: Aboriginal Folk Accounts compilation

Unread post by aaq » Mon Mar 08, 2021 8:25 am

David wrote:
Mon Mar 08, 2021 2:54 am
This is the most interesting local clipping regarding local Aboriginal mention I ever found. Still intriguing to me. I think the killing spot is now under Burrinjuck Dam.
Agree. I think this one has been mentioned a few times times across a few websites, here included.

Now just to hire a hi res 3D mapping set up and map out the bottom/sides of the dam, and then spend months and months doing it high-risk, zero visibility cave diving trawling through the silt, only to either discover it's long gone, has been broken down (though maybe underwater in silt is a great preservation?) or that you find something and the information is swallowed up and buried.

Still, sounds like a fun adventure to me... I'll operate the 3D mapping gear and drink beer in the boat. I'll leave it up to others to do the cave diving and silt dredging.

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