Thursday, January 21, 2010

Lively Bigfoot Conversation at The HistoryChannel.com


Some things are too good not to share. The screen names are real, the icons are made-up to protect the anonymous commentors at the history channel.

MR FLABBY: I just had to point this out.The bigfoot phenomenom is a complicated one.There are alot of things you believers don't understand.You keep hollering about bigfoot couldn't be paranormal because there is evidence that it a real animal,such as footprints,blood,and so-called hair.You don't realize that a demon can leave tracks,make noises,etc.I've never heard of blood supposedly being bigfoot's.If they found any blood I guarantee you that it will turn out belonging to some other animal.

Read the following information and keep it in mind because it's the truth.

"Spiritual creatures(demons)can leave physical traces of hairs from living known and even extinct animals,and they can leave hairs from genetically altered species.There will never be found a true bigfoot hair,or bone,since they are not truly flesh and blood creatures.They are spiritual beings,and do not even conform to the laws of physics.'


JJJONES: Where is this from? Oh, and it doesn't say anything about footprints.


RaZr Blayde: flabby the idea that a demon carries around hairs that he must have made himself is absurd.


King Ramses II: Oh look, a demon left me a Velociraptor feather...


Gandaf12: I have seen bigfoot in washington state and trust me its no demon its just huge id say bout 8ft tall 500-700 pounds easily with dark brown hair and is really shy cause when i got near it and i was bout say 20ft away it looks at me gets up and just walk away


In case you wanted us to weigh in, at BLC, we like the idea that there is evidence to discover, evaluate, and consider when it comes to Bigfoot. We find Mr Flabby's version of Bigfoot similar to what Lucy was to Charlie Brown. How disappointing it would be for Lucy/Bigfoot to plant evidence for us to find, only to take it away because it was never "real".



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The above conversation at The History Channel



3 comments:

  1. Hmmm! If Bigfoot actually exists, why isn’t there more tangible evidence to support its existence (e.g. dead carcasses, bone fragments, hair, feces, etc.)? If the creature is illusive and shy and prefers to dwell, give birth, die, shed hair and defecate somewhere other than in the woods (e.g. a cave), why aren’t the BFRO field teams including caves in their searches? Iridescent eye shine after dark is evidence of a wild animal’s presence in the woods. However, alleged eyewitness reports of glowing red and/or green eyes, supernatural speed and strength, the ability to instantaneously dematerialize or disappear, the ability to evade bullets, rotten-egg/sulphur/decaying flesh odors, wood-knocking, rock-throwing, howling, whoops, low guttural growls, evil chuckles, and gibberish language vocalizations strongly suggests an alternative explanation that few people consider: paranormal, poltergeist activity, like that experienced in so-called haunted houses. Contrary to popular belief, haunted houses are not inhabited by the spirits of dead people, but rather by demon spirits … more specifically ‘familiar spirits’ … so-called because they possess knowledge about a house’s history and the people who lived there. Demons are attracted and drawn to geographical areas and locations where acts of evil have been perpetrated (murders, rapes, abuse, torture, sexual sins, occult rituals, Satan worship, etc.). Paranormal activity is nothing more than demonic manifestations. Demons are disembodied, malevolent spirits that roam the earth. Their objective is to deceive and torment mankind with their manifestations and pranks, leaving physical evidence of their passage to perpetuate the deception. They also seek to possess willing and susceptible animals and humans so they can experience our physical world as animals and people do. Consider the similarities between evil spirits and Bigfoot: Demons are able to appear and disappear at will because, as spirits, they pass from one dimension to another. They also possess supernatural powers and strength. They are able to change form and appearance and assume the visage and characteristics of animals and people. Their presence instills fear and dread when detected or discerned by animals or humans. Foul odors always accompany an evil spirit’s presence and manifestations. They are able to possess willing animals and human beings. Therefore, my personal opinion, which is based on experience and knowledge, and my unproven theory is that Bigfoot, UFO’s, aliens, and other unexplained paranormal activity and manifestations are demonic in origin and should not be pursued or trifled with. Even Native Americans and people of Old World tribal cultures consider Bigfoot a spirit-being that possesses supernatural powers and contend that they should not be meddled with.

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  2. I read a story online about a Bigfoot disappearing into thin air right in front of a person. Yes, folks, demons can take on physical appearances and leave physical evidence. And another story where a person heard a Bigfoot vocalizing and then right at the end it gave out an evil laugh. The whole phenomena is more than likely demonic deception. You have the reports of glowing red eyes, the sulfuric stench, animals are afraid of them, and they've also been seen coming out of and around UFO's which are also demonic but that's another subject. I'd like them to be real physical creatures but the evidence says otherwise. I've come up with the idea that maybe some of them are real physical creatures and some are demonic impersonations but I kind of doubt that scenario is likely.

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    1. p.s. As a Bible believing Christians I believe the demons are fallen angels. Many of them went with Lucifer/Satan in his rebellion and casting out of heaven. He is the father of lies.

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