There have been several legends and sightings over many centuries all over the world of a creature known as ‘Bigfoot’, and a creature known as the ‘Yeti’ in the region of the Himalayas and elsewhere. So, what are these creatures?
Bigfoot, also known as sasquatch, is the name given to an ape-like creature that some people believe inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is also known as ‘Yowie’ or Bunyip’ in Australia.
Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid, resembling a Yeti.
Yeti or Abominable Snowman is another large, hairy creature resembling a human or bear, said to live in the highest part of the Himalayas.
Both these creatures are said to be seven to eight feet tall, with a full-haired body (brownish hair), and leave large footprints.
Bigfoot has been described as a shape-shifting creature that can vanish, become invisible, and disappear suddenly. It gives off an overpowering stench and may have glowing eyes.
It is immune to bullets, and its presence can interfere with electrical equipment. It can pass through solid objects and vanish into the ground.
Bigfoot is a demon, demons can shape-shift and assume any form, as can fallen angels; demons/Nephilim are the offspring of fallen angels and human women (hybrids), who were stripped of their physical bodies, and now exist in spirit form (see Aliens are Demons!). They are able to enter into our physical realm from the spiritual realm through portals/stargates/spiritual doorways.
All people and animals who see Bigfoot (or sense its presence) are gripped with a primal, inexplicable fear (animals have been said to urinate in terror and/or flee); this is because our spirits are naturally attracted to good and repulsed by evil.
The Yeti, however, is a Nephilim, who re-appeared on earth after the flood (see Pagan gods).
Here’s a related news story from September 25, 2012:
Three separate ‘sightings’ of yetis have been made in Siberia in recent weeks, say fishermen and an official in Russia.
All were in the remote Kemerovo region, where around 30 ‘abominable snowmen’ live, according to the country’s leading researcher on the creatures.
In one previously undisclosed case last month near Myski village, fishermen in a boat on a river initially mistook distant figures first for bears and then people, said the Siberian Times
“We shouted to them — do you need help?” said fisherman Vitaly Vershinin.
“They just rushed away, all in fur, walking on two legs, making their way through the bushes and with two other limbs, straight up the hill.”
He said: “What did we think? It could not be bears, as the bear walks on all-fours, and they ran on two…. so then they were gone.”
On a second sighting on the bank of the Mras-Su River several days later, an unnamed fisherman was quoted saying: “We saw some tall animals looking like people.”
He added: “Our binoculars were broken and did not let us see them sharply. We waved at the animals but they did not respond, then quickly ran back into the forest, walking on two legs. We realised that they were not in dark clothes but covered by dark fur. They did walk like people.”
There have also been numerous sightings of wolf-like hairy humanoids, and some of these sightings are very well-documented. Although defying any logical explanations, reports describe odd-looking wolves which walk around on their hind legs, are over six feet tall and have yellow eyes. Witnesses that have seen a wolfman report the creature appeared aggressive and threatening, and a few said they sensed the presence of evil.
These wolves have been labelled ‘wolfmen’ and are actually demons that come from hell to earth and shape-shift into animal form to be able to hunt, eat and drink the blood of animals. Wolfmen is also known as a werewolves.
Demons drink blood and eat human and animal flesh to survive when they manifest physically into our world; blood is necessary for them to progress genetically and to have the ability to shape-shift, they also get adrenalchrome from human blood. But this kind of manifestation is temporary.