Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Couple makes friends with Bigfoot

On September 4, 2011, two of us from the website met with “Stan” and “Sue,” a couple in their thirties, who began having contact with Bigfoot in August 2011. To protect the Bigfoot from those who want to shoot or capture them, the couple chose pseudonyms and will not pinpoint the exact locations of their encounters except to say they occurred in or around the Smoky Mountain National Park in North Carolina. The following is their story in their own words.
STAN: I should first explain that I’ve been interested in Bigfoot since I was a young boy and saw the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin video of a Bigfoot. As an adult, I’ve researched the subject and talked with individuals who’ve had contact with the Bigfoot. I’ve learned that meditating in remote mountain areas can sometimes attract the Bigfoot who are highly psychic and spiritual.
SUE: We’ve been attempting to make contact with Bigfoot or Sasquatch that way for some time but nothing happened until Sunday, August 21, 2011.
STAN: That day we set out on a long hike into mountains about 4 p.m. After four hours of strenuous hiking, we found a spot that felt right for our meditation.
SUE: We were deep into the woods and absolutely nobody was around. As we began meditating, I heard the words in my head “Close your eyes” but it was as clear as if someone had spoken the words out loud. Then all sorts of unusual things began to happen.
STAN: We could hear about five or six pairs of bipedal footsteps around us. We felt immense energy and heard the walking for about an hour while we meditated. Every time I telepathically asked for verification of their presence we would hear a loud sound or an 800-pound bird call – obviously not a bird. We heard muffled voices, too. It was like when you hear people talking way off in the distance but you can’t understand what they’re saying.
SUE: It was so intense but every time I started to peek, I heard the words “Keep your eyes closed.”
STAN: We eventually understood that they were communicating telepathically and wanted us to keep our eyes shut because they were afraid they might spook us if we saw them.
SUE: I felt very scared, but only because there are a lot of bears in the area we were in. I telepathically communicated that I was sorry for my fear, but explained that I was afraid there might be bears around. I then telepathically heard “I am not a bear” in a humorous tone. I repeatedly asked if it was them and I got the answer “Yes” every single time.
STAN: We were not at all scared of the Bigfoot because we have done extensive research on them and know that they are by nature gentle creatures if approached in the correct manner. Though our previous attempts to contact them weren’t successful, we felt we were successful this time because we hiked far into the woods and were in a very clear frame of mind.
SUE: Our experience with the Bigfoot didn’t end with our meditation. When I started to walk a little further, I heard “Don’t go any further.”
STAN: We also got lost when we tried to go back down the mountain, so I said out loud, “We’re lost. Can you help us?”
SUE: I was really scared, but then we heard an owl sound. It was leading us.
STAN: The following week on August 28, 2011 we hiked up to a mountain ridge. This time we only hiked about a mile into the woods and we meditated earlier – around 5 or 6 o’clock. We felt that only one Bigfoot was present.
SUE: We didn’t get much communication that time, only a strong feeling that one of them was watching us.
STAN: Since then, we have had three encounters near our house which has lots of woods behind it. One time they left us two large hawk feathers at the exact spot where we meditate.
SUE: During one meditation near the house, I asked, “How can such a tiny cricket make such a loud sound?” The Bigfoot response was “Because he does not doubt himself.” I felt it was a message for me to not doubt my telepathic ability.
STAN: There are too many people who just want to capture or even kill a Bigfoot – like they’re the ultimate hunter’s trophy. Such hunters attempt to lure them closer by knocking on trees with large sticks, which is one way the Bigfoot communicate, or by blasting recorded Sasquatch sounds into the woods. Yes, the hunters might get a response but it’s going to be an aggressive response to frighten the hunters away.
I would respond the same way if somebody pulled into my driveway, set out a loudspeaker and played a tape of a woman screaming at the top of her lungs. That would make me mad and I’d run the person off my property. So I totally understand why the Bigfoot charge, growl, throw large rocks and give off a defensive odor, like a skunk does, when threatened. Even under attack, though, the Bigfoot do not physically hurt people. They are gentle and prefer to live in harmony with all of nature.

Woman sees Bigfoot family of four

Photos of the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas where many Bigfoot have been seen
“There is more to Heaven and Earth than meets the eye, Horatio.”
This quotation was taken to heart when I was young.  Perhaps because of it, tales of Little People, fairies, leprechauns, gnomes, ghostly encounters and Bigfoot always seemed entirely within the realm of possibilities.
That realm became more real when my husband and I visited our daughter after she moved to a rural farm near the Ouachita Mountains in the beautiful state of Arkansas.  Upon arrival, our first indication that we were in Arkansas Bigfoot Territory came while shopping at a one-stop convenience store where locals gathered for conversation, coffee and refreshments. 
Bigfoot association cards were posted on the store’s bulletin board and we quickly learned that Bigfoot encounters and sightings often were discussed there.   It was clear from what we overheard that the locals were keenly interested in the subject.  There didn’t seem to be a doubter among them.   We were told many of their sightings occurred around a nearby swimming, camping and recreational lake.
When we mentioned the frequency of these overheard Bigfoot conversations to our daughter, she was not at all surprised.  Then she told us of two Bigfoot encounters experienced by a good friend and neighbor of hers.
Her friend and her husband have a farm by a stream bordering an ascent to the Ouachita Mountains.  Early one evening her friend went outside to attend to her horses.  As she neared the stream, she came face to face with a male Bigfoot.
Entranced, rather than frightened, they gazed intently into one another’s eyes.  The woman said Bigfoot’s eyes seemed startled, somewhat sad and not at all menacing.  She telepathically received the message, “You were not supposed to see me.”  Gently and somewhat sorrowfully, Bigfoot turned away, crossed the stream and disappeared into the woods.
A week later at approximately the same time of day, she went to check on her horses’ grain which had been diminishing faster than normal.  When she looked toward the stream, she saw a Bigfoot family – mama, papa and two very young ones - carrying off some of the grain as well as fruit from her trees.   She noted that her horses weren’t at all spooked by four Bigfoot in their field.
When the family saw her approaching them, they began picking up pebbles and small stones and throwing them around her rather than at her.  They showed no fear or anger; they simply wanted her to stay away.  Telepathically she received the message, “Please do not come closer.”  Then unhurriedly they crossed the stream and blended into the woodlands as early evening darkness descended.
Our daughter’s friend then related her encounters to others who had had similar experiences.  Several mentioned missing fruit and grain from their farms.  They also told of occasional sightings of Bigfoot families in abandoned huts in wooded areas near water.  Occasionally remains of wild boar bones were found near the huts. They reported that the Bigfoot often walk in brooks and lake waters to fish but also to camouflage their tracks.
Everyone seemed to agree that they were seeing Bigfoot more often due to increased logging in and around the cave areas where the Bigfoot probably once dwelt.
Whenever any of the neighbors came across a Bigfoot, it always telepathically entreated, “Please, just let us be.”
After multiple trips to Arkansas Bigfoot Territory, I do firmly believe that these nonthreatening gentle creatures exist and deserve privacy and our respect.