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Yowie guide

Unread post by Jezriella » Tue Jan 31, 2023 7:46 pm

I've been reading and listening to lots of story's of people's sightings, experiences and interactions with the yowies and I've been reading about the American ones too. I just wanted to go over some common themes and connections that come up and develop some sort of basic guide regarding their behaviour and the common things that occur and what it means or could mean. It's probably already been done but I can't find anything that's exactly what I want and I'd love for people to share their ideas also.

From most of the stories it seems that the majority of sightings are from males (could be that men are more likely to share or could be some other variable) do people agree with this?
This could mean that the yowies differentiate between the sexes and perhaps are more likely to make themselves known to the menfolk as they perceive them as more of a threat and feel territorial and want to warn them off. Is it possible that women are mostly perceived as not much threat by the yowies and are more often observed silently without them knowing?

Wood knocks - is this them communicating with each other in a way they feel won't draw as much attention or is this a territory/dominance display and used to discourage people that are near?
I've read a few stories where people used wood nocks in reply or response to wood knocks that had already occured and this seemed to be met with an amplification of aggression eg there was then aggressive vocalisation, things thrown and louder more frequent Wood knocks getting closer, the sound of the yowie approaching loudly though the bush.

Rock throwing - this one definitely seems like an act of agression used to deter but the interesting thing is that in most of the accounts I've heard, they either have terrible aim or they are purposefully avoid hurting people with the rocks they throw.

Temperament - The above could mean that they possess a degree of care and prefer not to do us harm, could be some are benevolent. Quite a few stories have described them looking intrigued and wearing expressions of curiosity, shock and puzzlement. These stories usually make them seem quite peaceful and tolerant. There's also accounts of them helping people.
Of course there are other stories where they have shown an intent to cause harm and expressed great agression towards people. Could have been they had something to protect in these circumstances eg families young ones, could be that some of these creatures have had some pretty awful experiences with human beings, we certainly enjoy chopping down trees and have most likely destroyed many of their territories. There are many who would attempt to kill these creatures on sight.
To me some seem good and some seem bad, just like people.
It's very easy to misinterpret things without knowing the full story though. They seem to mostly be experienced as either agressive/angry, curious/intrigued, avoidant/cautious, annoyed/frustrated, shocked/surprised.

Diet - they seem to be omnivores eating both meat and plants. Something I wonder about is if some might eat people. There was one story where a bigfoot in America was attempting to beckon a couple deeper into a wooded area, they followed a little then stopped . Could have been it wanted help of some sort of had laid a trap and wanted to kill/eat them. Who knows?

Danger/Threat- There are not many accounts of people being attacked. I've read one where a man was bitten in the dark and another where a man was nearly pulled from his tent in the dark. There was another where a man in america was confronted with an extremely angry and agressive Bigfoot that came very close to him and for all intents and purposes it appeared as if it would have killed him had his partner not seen and deterred it by honking the cars horn loudly.
In these experiences I think that if these creatures had seriously intended harm there would have been very little anyone could have done to avoid it. Why stop with a bite? Was it shock that deterred them? They are definitely far more physically advanced and possess far greater strength, speed and agility and could most likely kill/overpower someone quite easily if they wanted.
Could also mean that when they do seriously attack a person there's no one that has managed to get away and share the story. Dead men tell no tales.
Could also be a sign of their intelligence, they are wary of us, sometimes we have guns and when a person is missing or attacked/killed by a wild animal we usually swarm in that location to either locate the missing or to kill an animal threat.

Communication - mostly whoops and Yahoo like calls at night and snarls and growls. Their sounds are ape like and from what I've gathered so far, they have a unique and advanced language of their own. The sierra tapes in America definitely point towards this. There is a video on YouTube called "Bigfoot The Language" where a crypto linguist hears the sierra tapes and is immediately fascinated as he can perceive the nuances and meanings in the sounds that demonstrate a complex language. He explains this in detail, I suggest that anyone curious definitely give that a watch.

Locations/sightings - heavily forested areas and caves in forested areas. They are mostly seen when people are camping or on people's rural properties, places within, close to and edging into bushland. The other highest amount of sightings seem to be on roads when they are crossing or perhaps searching for/eating road kill. I think majority of interactions tend to occur at night, are they nocturnal? I've never heard a story of one found sleeping.

They can climb trees very well but do they dwell there? Sleep in trees? There was a video I saw where large gorilla like nests made of branches and twigs were found on the ground.

Odour - quite often they are associated with a powerful wet dog, BO stench that is quite rotten. This is not always the case though and many people report no stench at all. There also seems to be a few different kinds of yowie that vary in size and appearance so it makes sense that some smell differently.

How they hide and remain so elusive - many people tell of the yowies suddenly disappearing when they shouldn't be able to, usually they are able to get out of view for a moment and suddenly they are nowhere to be found even though there's no place they could have gone without being seen. Very advanced camouflage? Imagine if they could curl up and look like a rock? It's hard to imagine they use portals or disappear into the ground. Some sort of cloaking? Are they supernatural?
Also there's many accounts of them moving in complete silence despite their size and then suddenly they are very loud and crashing through the bush. As if they can choose whether they are heard or seen. Moving undetected and then suddenly becoming loud to frighten someone off.
There's also been a couple of stories where people have seen them blurry and distorted with their vision and have also experienced an unusual emotional reaction in response to seeing one. An emotional response is not that unusual as it must be very confronting, could definitely cause cognitive dissonance and the blurriness could be due to the emotional response and intensity of the situation.

Would love people to add to this and share their ideas, there's probably a few things I'm forgetting also.

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Unread post by Jezriella » Tue Jan 31, 2023 8:11 pm

Family/groups - It also appears that the males often travel alone, most sightings are of males on their own. Could be others are hidden. There are very few sightings of more Than 1-3 at a time. They tend to have a small, personal family unit of just mum dad and offspring. Females are rarely seen, could be because it's difficult to discern a difference in their genders due to their appearances. Perhaps they look nearly identical to males. I've read and listened to a few accounts where the female was not as big as the male and had unfurred breasts ( these accounts were in America though).
Child and baby yowies are very rarely seen also. As most sightings are of what appear to be lone males it's possible they hunt and will explore closer to human habitats for food while their mates and children stay somewhere more hidden and safe.

Appearance - most common colouring is either red/brown and black/brown with a few tan and some greyish. The red/brown type seem to be slender and lanky while the black/brown types are bulky and large.
Is it possible their colours can change with their maturity, are the red/brown ones juveniles and the black/browns mature adults? There should then be some sort of inbetween stage where their appearances transition and I do not recall hearing of one with that appearance.

What is the best way to deal with a meeting?
If it is agressive I think you must calmly retreat and respect it's space and territory.
Could you make contact? Could you communicate with one that was willing? They seem to be very intelligent and able to do so in some way or another. They definitely seem as if they'd prefer to have as little to do with us as possible and I can definitely understand that.

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Unread post by falke62 » Sun Feb 05, 2023 2:37 am

Dear Jezzirella

Thank you for this short summary about Yowies /Bigfoots. I can add a few things to the so called paranormal area that, as far as I know, have not yet been fully considered by any Yowie/Bigfoot researcher: Yowies/Bigfoots work with hypnotic techniques to keep people out of their territory or to manipulate their perception. It's not paranormal, it's normal. The fact that it is called paranormal today has more to do with the development of Western science, which has shied away from researching these areas since the Middle Ages. But there are lone wolves in science who swim against the tide:According to a hypothesis by the biophoton researcher Fritz Albert Popp, who has sadly passed away, light can trigger chemical reactions.
According to the thoughts of Fritz Albert Popp, thousands of chemical reactions that take place in our organism are brought into harmony with one another via this light. As is well known, light is created when small electrically charged particles, the electrons, fall from a higher to a lower energy level during chemical reactions. Conversely, by boosting the electrons to a higher energy level, light is swallowed. Such processes also take place in chemical reactions in all living beings.
This light is stored in every single living cell. Popp believes the DNA to be the main source. Popp suspects that it is the DNA molecules of the genetic material in the cell nucleus that store the light and can also emit it again in a targeted manner.
Accordingly, information – starting from the cell nucleus – travels through our body at the speed of light, controlling the development, growth and death of the body's cells. This is an exciting discovery, which is also of great importance for our state of health, as the following experiment shows:Two glasses with fresh pig's blood are placed next to each other. A pathogen is dripped into one glass. The blood reacts by forming antibodies. But then you can observe that the blood in the second glass also produces antibodies, although no pathogens have been added. However, if an opaque wall is placed between the two glasses, no antibodies are formed. In 1976, a student of Fritz Popp was able to prove without a doubt that light is the basis for signal transmission using sensitive photodetectors, so-called photomultipliers. As early as 1922, the biologist Alexander Gurwitsch proved in an experiment with an onion root that interactions can also occur between two organisms via biophotons. Thus, when one onion root points to another, it can affect the dividing activity of the others, even if they are separated by fused silica. This ruled out chemical substances as carriers. There was only more light in question. Gurwitsch was therefore the one who provided the first indications that light coming from the cells can influence growth and metabolic processes.Quantum teleportation was already described by Einstein as a spooky long-distance effect and was finally experimentally proven by Zeilinger in 1997: From this event on, if two photons collide, they have the same spin, no matter how far apart they are from each other. They are still in contact with each other as if by magic. In the scientific jargon of quantum research, this means: they are entangled with each other. Information can therefore be transferred from one photon to the other photon in zero time - no matter how far apart they are.
If you become aware of this ability of your own body to emit biophotons, you can direct a beam of photons through the eyes at a person by looking at them
Focusing the light on another person means that the photons of one person collide with those of another person and from now on they are entangled. Thus, thoughts could be transmitted to other people as quantum states via a photon bridge.
This is exactly what many Yowie/Bigfoot eyewitnesses describe as the feeling of being watched. So it's not just infrasound that Yowies/Bigfoots can paralyze humans with. The strange self illuminating glance of bigfoot/yowie eyes is also with it explainable. Using biophotons, they can partially switch off our perception so that we can no longer see them. They may be able to spy on us via orbs. Orbs are biophotons which contain parts of their minds that can move away from their bodies, providing long-distance reconnaissance.. I've experienced exactly that before, albeit as a victim of a black magic attack - not by a Yowie or Bigfoot - but at a university. I caught a university assistant I was working for at the time manipulating environmental reports and he used these archaic hypnosis and bullying methods against me in revenge. According to my research, he was a member of a Masonic lodge in which this knowledge of psychomanipulation is obviously passed on as a secret from very archaic times and it took me a long time until I could work out what really happened to me. For me the similiarity between telepathic Yowie behaviour and the bullying behaviour of this masonic guy at the university is intriguing.

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Unread post by Jezriella » Sun Feb 05, 2023 10:00 pm

Hi falke62, that information was incredible, Thank you so much! I have read a little about quantum entanglement before and being passionate about plant medicine I have read some amazing things about how plants communicate with each other and can even pick up on intentions and respond to them. This was in one of my favourite books "Plant Spirit Shamanism". What you have explained above reminded me of some of the things I'd read about plants. The deeply scientific aspect of things can be difficult for me to wrap my head around sometimes but I can see that it is an aspect of the spiritual. Magic-science, spirit-science "magic" is just advanced science. I've always felt that and later in my life i started to discover more about what that means and how some of it works. I was just thinking today about some of the Yowie/Bigfoot sightings and accounts where they said their eyes were emitting light and that there were orbs associated with them and lights seen in the darkness. Your information explains that perfectly!

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Unread post by Jezriella » Sun Feb 05, 2023 10:13 pm

From what I could gather so far it did seem possible they had some ability to effect/manipulate/communicate with people emotionally and mentally, thanks for explaining this. I've tried to remain pretty grounded while researching these beings because if I go too far into the advanced spirit-science part of this it can sometimes make me feel a bit overwhelmed and afraid. The information you provided would mean that these beings are more powerful than us not only physically but mentally and emotionally also and that coupled with "possibly they eat people" is quite terrifying.

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Unread post by falke62 » Mon Feb 06, 2023 3:54 am

dear Jezzriella

I'm glad that my thoughts got you further. Many Bigfoot researchers do not know this either and consider Bigfoot/Yowie to be a slightly more developed gorilla or orangutan. It is likely that we were actually separated in evolution from the ancestors of the Bigfoots and Yowies when the human ancestors developed the opposable thumb and subsequently concentrated fully on the construction of tools. Bigfoot/Yowie took a different approach. He continued to develop his physical (size, speed and strength) and spiritual abilities in competition with other predators and his increasingly dangerous human relatives. Basically, we humans also have these spiritual abilities, as shown by yogis, shamans, magicians and witches all over the world. However, in the course of evolution we have placed the main focus on the use of tools. The master of these spiritual abilities has thus become Bigfoot/Yowie. Many Native American cultures, such as the Kwakiutl, speak with reverence of the master of the wilderness, from whom their shamans have learned much.It is not clear to many that we are dealing with an "alien" on our planet who not only can easily compete with our intelligence, but is even superior to it in some areas, as this is his insurance for survival on this planet . In fact, the majority know as little about him as they do about an alien. A simple example: Bigfoot/Yowie occurs in small families and in small numbers throughout its range. This makes it easier for him to remain undetected. Every other animal - including humans - would reproduce if there was an abundance of food. Yowies don't do it for strategic reasons. Large groups would be more likely to attract attention and then be the target of human aggression.
Yowies/Bigfoot are even thought to be demons because of their ability to evade scientific investigation. But that has much more to do with our historically grown cultural limitations, which also apply to Western science. As a result, old empirical knowledge, such as about the biology of light, has been lost and was simply dismissed as superstition. It wasn't just with bad intentions. One had learned from the horrors of the witch hunts and then replaced religion with science.
Today, however, only those who avoid taboo topics such as the paranormal or, in our case, Bigfoot/Yowie can achieve fame and honor in science. The facts from Fritz Popp's biophoton research are just as obvious as the facts about the existence of Bigfoot from the Sasquatch Genome Project. However, these findings are discredited and ignored by leading scientists because they shake up a taboo.

I therefore consider it impossible that a discovery by science will ever take place. That is not wanted. Neither by the Bigfoots/Yowies nor by science and certainly not by the government. They would only have problems with a population group that they could not control because they are more intelligent than themselves. Then close your eyes and through.

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Re: Yowie guide

Unread post by sensesonfire » Mon Feb 06, 2023 11:01 am

falke62 wrote:
Mon Feb 06, 2023 3:54 am
Basically, we humans also have these spiritual abilities, as shown by yogis, shamans, magicians and witches all over the world. However, in the course of evolution we have placed the main focus on the use of tools. The master of these spiritual abilities has thus become Bigfoot/Yowie. Many Native American cultures, such as the Kwakiutl, speak with reverence of the master of the wilderness, from whom their shamans have learned much.It is not clear to many that we are dealing with an "alien" on our planet
Hi falke, I can't reply in detail on this section of the forum but when you say we humans all have these spiritual abilities eg yogis, shamans, magicians and witches you could add clairvoyants, psychics, fortune tellers so where actually do you think they get these abilities from?

As for the Native Americans speaking with reverence for the masters of the wilderness, these creatures garnished respect from the tribes but Bigfoot/Sasquatch was no friend to them. Most Native American tribes viewed them as marauders, tricksters, and cannibals. Below are just a few of the names applied to Bigfoot I have a lot more.

1. Shoshone Indian - Tso apittse -"Cannibal Giant"

2. Tsimshian Indians - n/a - "Cannibal"

3. Zuni Indian - Atahsaia - "The Cannibal Demon"

4. Eastern Athabascan Indian - Windago - "Wicked Cannibal"

5. Quinault Indians - Skukum - "Devil of the Forest"

6. Chinook Indian - Skookum - "Evil God of the Woods"

7. Klamath Indian - Yayaya-ash - "The Frightener"

8. Plains Indians - Iktomi - "The Trickster "

9. Quinault Indians - Hecaitomixw - "Dangerous Being"

10. Cherokee Indian - Kecleh-Kudleh - "Hairy Savage"

These names for Bigfoot were well deserved and Indigenous Australians described the Yowie as a huge ape-like monster a kind of an Australian Bigfoot the aboriginal word for Yowie or more correctly YO-WI translates as a 'dream spirit' that roams over the earth at night.

As I said I can't debate this topic in this section The Main Yowie Forum.
Luke 21:26
Men's hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.

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Unread post by Jezriella » Mon Feb 06, 2023 4:32 pm

falke62 wrote:
Mon Feb 06, 2023 3:54 am
dear Jezzriella

I'm glad that my thoughts got you further. Many Bigfoot researchers do not know this either and consider Bigfoot/Yowie to be a slightly more developed gorilla or orangutan. It is likely that we were actually separated in evolution from the ancestors of the Bigfoots and Yowies when the human ancestors developed the opposable thumb and subsequently concentrated fully on the construction of tools. Bigfoot/Yowie took a different approach. He continued to develop his physical (size, speed and strength) and spiritual abilities in competition with other predators and his increasingly dangerous human relatives. Basically, we humans also have these spiritual abilities, as shown by yogis, shamans, magicians and witches all over the world. However, in the course of evolution we have placed the main focus on the use of tools. The master of these spiritual abilities has thus become Bigfoot/Yowie. Many Native American cultures, such as the Kwakiutl, speak with reverence of the master of the wilderness, from whom their shamans have learned much.It is not clear to many that we are dealing with an "alien" on our planet who not only can easily compete with our intelligence, but is even superior to it in some areas, as this is his insurance for survival on this planet . In fact, the majority know as little about him as they do about an alien. A simple example: Bigfoot/Yowie occurs in small families and in small numbers throughout its range. This makes it easier for him to remain undetected. Every other animal - including humans - would reproduce if there was an abundance of food. Yowies don't do it for strategic reasons. Large groups would be more likely to attract attention and then be the target of human aggression.
Yowies/Bigfoot are even thought to be demons because of their ability to evade scientific investigation. But that has much more to do with our historically grown cultural limitations, which also apply to Western science. As a result, old empirical knowledge, such as about the biology of light, has been lost and was simply dismissed as superstition. It wasn't just with bad intentions. One had learned from the horrors of the witch hunts and then replaced religion with science.
Today, however, only those who avoid taboo topics such as the paranormal or, in our case, Bigfoot/Yowie can achieve fame and honor in science. The facts from Fritz Popp's biophoton research are just as obvious as the facts about the existence of Bigfoot from the Sasquatch Genome Project. However, these findings are discredited and ignored by leading scientists because they shake up a taboo.

I therefore consider it impossible that a discovery by science will ever take place. That is not wanted. Neither by the Bigfoots/Yowies nor by science and certainly not by the government. They would only have problems with a population group that they could not control because they are more intelligent than themselves. Then close your eyes and through.
Yes, i can see how its very taboo to speak of these things, I even feel myself hesitate because I don't want others to judge. When listening to the dedicated bigfoot hunters some of them will talk around this subject but the way they carefully word things and avoid it makes it appear like they are aware everything is not as it seems . It is understandable, just the claim that these creatures exist is difficult enough for most people to swallow, let alone their possibly advanced spiritual and supernatural abilities. I always try to keep my mind open and consider all angles no matter how far fetched they are. The world is full of unfathomable mysteries and that is incredibly wonderful and terrifying at the same time isn't it?There's so much different information and so many different opinions about things. I will do some looking into Fritz Popp and his studies, thanks Falke, you've given me loads of great information to think about

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Unread post by Jezriella » Mon Feb 06, 2023 4:48 pm

sensesonfire wrote:
Mon Feb 06, 2023 11:01 am
falke62 wrote:
Mon Feb 06, 2023 3:54 am
Basically, we humans also have these spiritual abilities, as shown by yogis, shamans, magicians and witches all over the world. However, in the course of evolution we have placed the main focus on the use of tools. The master of these spiritual abilities has thus become Bigfoot/Yowie. Many Native American cultures, such as the Kwakiutl, speak with reverence of the master of the wilderness, from whom their shamans have learned much.It is not clear to many that we are dealing with an "alien" on our planet
Hi falke, I can't reply in detail on this section of the forum but when you say we humans all have these spiritual abilities eg yogis, shamans, magicians and witches you could add clairvoyants, psychics, fortune tellers so where actually do you think they get these abilities from?

As for the Native Americans speaking with reverence for the masters of the wilderness, these creatures garnished respect from the tribes but Bigfoot/Sasquatch was no friend to them. Most Native American tribes viewed them as marauders, tricksters, and cannibals. Below are just a few of the names applied to Bigfoot I have a lot more.

1. Shoshone Indian - Tso apittse -"Cannibal Giant"

2. Tsimshian Indians - n/a - "Cannibal"

3. Zuni Indian - Atahsaia - "The Cannibal Demon"

4. Eastern Athabascan Indian - Windago - "Wicked Cannibal"

5. Quinault Indians - Skukum - "Devil of the Forest"

6. Chinook Indian - Skookum - "Evil God of the Woods"

7. Klamath Indian - Yayaya-ash - "The Frightener"

8. Plains Indians - Iktomi - "The Trickster "

9. Quinault Indians - Hecaitomixw - "Dangerous Being"

10. Cherokee Indian - Kecleh-Kudleh - "Hairy Savage"

These names for Bigfoot were well deserved and Indigenous Australians described the Yowie as a huge ape-like monster a kind of an Australian Bigfoot the aboriginal word for Yowie or more correctly YO-WI translates as a 'dream spirit' that roams over the earth at night.

As I said I can't debate this topic in this section The Main Yowie Forum.
I don't think these things are something anyone "gets" from anywhere. I think that all of this potential is within everyone, I think it's something anyone could learn and discover, develop, understand, know. It's the science of the self, the spirit-science, the alchemy of self.
And yes there are terrible stories of the bigfoot/yowie but I know I've read some native American ones that were good and there's been many encounters where they are experienced as innocent and not intending any harm. I think people must definitely be extremely careful but I really believe that these beings can vary in temperament.

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Unread post by falke62 » Tue Feb 07, 2023 4:23 am

Dear sensesonfire, dear Jezzriella,

at first, sorry my answering so late, but (though I am from Austria) I live at the moment in Göttingen/Germany and the time difference is 9 hours.
And - huch - a lot of questions from you.
you say we humans all have these spiritual abilities eg yogis, shamans, magicians and witches you could add clairvoyants, psychics, fortune tellers so where actually do you think they get these abilities from
I suppose in most people they are buried deep in the subconscious , overloaded by ideological thinking and cultural or historical taboos. That means you need drastiic experiences that you get in touch with the so called "paranormal" world. In my case it was a black magic attack from - and now get this - a university lecturer. It was an incredible shock for me and changed my life. I suffered from post-traumatic stress syndrome for years. In my opinion, the fact that I didn't end up in a psychiatric ward is only thanks to the fact that I was able to work through it. It was important for my healing to be able to explain what happened. And I found an explanation that I posted above. A fellow student who later emigrated to Australia and ran into a Yowie there had helped me. Once a day he called me and told me that he had been subjected to the same mental attack and was experiencing the same symptoms as I had twenty years earlier. However, the perpetrator was not a human but a Yowie. I didn't even know what that was at the time.
What I want to say now, the Biology of light, is an easy understandig concept, showing that these phenomenas we call paranormal, demonic, a.s.o are clearly comprehensible processes based on scientific facts, which are also known to science in detail. For historical and cultural reasons, science shies away from the necessary conclusions that I have felt first-hand and described here above.
Most Native American tribes viewed them as marauders, tricksters, and cannibals. Below are just a few of the names applied to Bigfoot I have a lot more.
You are absolutely right! Its common primat behaviour to prey on other smaller primate species. Chimpanzees do this, men do this also: Eg bushmeat in Africa and bigfoot/yowie does this as well. It's just unusual for us to be the prey in this case.
But the relation between men and yowie is more complicated. They are absolutly aware that preying humans like in ancient times would cause serious problems to them. Search and rescue teams would invade their habitat, and the army might even be called in.
There are also cases where Bigfoots/Yowies have helped people.
My neighbor here in Göttingen/Germany even told me about such a case. He comes from Oregon/USA. His sister got lost in the woods somewhere in Oregon and was kindly escorted out of the woods by a 3m Bigfoot. The contacts with humans are not only hostile but also friendly. I think that bigfoot/yowies are in this case very humanlike - there are good ones and bad ones. Its their and our free will how we use our abilities.
The world is full of unfathomable mysteries and that is incredibly wonderful and terrifying at the same time isn't it?
Indeed. Unfortunately todays science is too ignorant to see this. Lot of scienctists are hunting after publications. Only the emission of publications counts, and most of these publications are not worth the paper written on it. As somebody who got scientific education I can say this from the inside of science.

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Unread post by Jezriella » Tue Feb 07, 2023 7:36 am

at first, sorry my answering so late, but (though I am from Austria) I live at the moment in Göttingen/Germany and the time difference is 9 hours.
And - huch - a lot of questions from you.
I am half German, my grandma Renta Reiner was originally from Germany and moved to Austria and was raised there before coming to Australia with my father and uncle. My father was the first person who ever told me about yowies, when I was a little girl he told me one had bitten him on the nose and I had nightmares for years about them.
That means you need drastiic experiences that you get in touch with the so called "paranormal" world. In my case it was a black magic attack from - and now get this - a university lecturer. It was an incredible shock for me and changed my life. I suffered from post-traumatic stress syndrome for years. In my opinion, the fact that I didn't end up in a psychiatric ward is only thanks to the fact that I was able to work through it. It was important for my healing to be able to explain what happened.

Yes experiences like these usually trigger much upheaval in one's world and state of mind, they can be the doorway and opportunity for much personal transformation and discovery, that's where the gold is to be found. I'm glad you found your way through that experience and managed to find truth in it.
My neighbor here in Göttingen/Germany even told me about such a case. He comes from Oregon/USA. His sister got lost in the woods somewhere in Oregon and was kindly escorted out of the woods by a 3m Bigfoot. The contacts with humans are not only hostile but also friendly
I am most fond of these yowie stories! I have heard nothing new where a bigfoot was under the impression a woman was being harmed by a man she was with, the bigfoot acted protectively and threw a rock directly at the man and hit him and was going to throw more untill the woman grabbed the man and the bigfoot saw she was safe. Another where a man was in a kayak with his young daughter, she fell in and a bigfoot leapt in the water and deposited her onto land and then swiftly disappeared. I'm certain there are many stories that aren't true but I feel that a majority of them are.

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Re: Yowie guide

Unread post by doddy88 » Mon Mar 06, 2023 11:41 am

Recently discovered in August 2008 Australopithecus sediba, here is the link https://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/hu ... hecus-Here is another link of our evolution https://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/hu ... imum_value 75% would be classed as a hairyman (yowie)

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Re: Yowie guide

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