Saturday, May 5, 2012

Richland WA Bigfoot Conference: Arla Williams : Directions Stones and Medicine Wheels

Arla Williams on Direction Stones. In the photo the rock at the 3 'o clock
position is the North Stone

In her presentation, Arla explains how direction stones are laid out in an initial composition and when she returns they are often rearranged. One of the most significant rearangements was when the  north stone, or ancestor stone, was placed in the center. She interpreted this as an insight on how she could understand the nature of Sasquatch better.

Wikipedia medicine wheel excerpt:
Medicine wheels, or sacred hoops, were constructed by laying stones in a particular pattern on the ground. Most medicine wheels follow the basic pattern of having a center of stone(s), and surrounding that is an outer ring of stones with "spokes", or lines of rocks radiating from the center. Some ancient types of sacred architecture were built by laying stones on the surface of the ground in particular patterns common to aboriginal people.

Her Native American ancestors referred to Sasquatch as people with culture. With this thought, she was inclined to look for evidence that supported a culture, knowledge and awareness of the Sasquatch people. In this first video she explains the inspiration she recieved from the four direction layout of the rocks. The next post will be about Sasquatch birthing stations. And finally the Sasquatch calendar.

Enjoy this first video and stay tuned for the next two videos.


  1. $10. to the Guy or Gal who'l run up there & close that Damn mini-blind.

  2. It's Richland.

  3. Arla Williams has no Native American ancestors.

  4. In this day and age of CYA, let me rephrase that. IMO, Arla Williams has no NA ancestors. Or how about this: Is it true Arla Williams has no Native American ancestors?

  5. Yeah we will call her Crazy Horse Williams. She is named after her Bigfoot theories.

  6. Thanks Guy for posting this:


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