Wednesday, August 3, 2016

New Mexico Bigfoot and Paranormal Conference Coming Up


The New Mexico Bigfoot and Paranormal Conference is coming up August 20-21st, 2016, just outside of Farmingotn, N.M. This is going to be a great event, as New Mexico has become one of the premiere hotspots for bigfoot activity, and other high strangeness. And yes, there will be frybread!


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    1. Any verified evidence yet?

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    2. http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

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    3. Did you know that Bigfoot could pop your head off like a soda bottle top?

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    4. Yes. Analysing the available data and the reports merely puts this into context. For example, a significant percentage of the reports point to a creature close to 8 feet in height... The collaborating physical evidence? The track impressions that are twice the size of that of a normal human, and whilst many prints are different in size, they still have the same dermatoglyphics texture and ridge flow pattern, like a humans however twice the size. This naturally means a subject twice as big, twice the strength, even three times if they've evolved to their environment like one would naturally expect.

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    5. Interesting, so when Bigfoot pops someone's head off like a soda bottle top, does he proceed to drink the contents?

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    6. Joerg my face and call me daddy!

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    1. I don't care if Khat was caught lying about who she was. If you say anything about her, i will track you down!

      DEEBS

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  4. Netflix has just added another bigfoot documentary to their available shows. It's simply called Bigfoot.

    It's actually not new. It was created in 1997. It's the one in which an English wildlife filmmaker comes to the USA, to the Pacific Northwest, in the hopes of filming a sasquatch.

    The ending section is lame. After not having any luck filming a sasquatch, he tries to see if he can film a convincing looking hoax.

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    1. That's actually one of my favourite docs. The logger they interview is one heck of an eccentric guy but very believable. Henry Franzoni and Henner Fahrenbach are in it too.

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    2. Five words sum it up:

      Bigfoot
      Pop
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      Bottle
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    3. So another documentary that proves bigfoot dont exist? Sounds good

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    4. Actually... Another documentary where you can learn facts, such as there being over 100 Native American names for the creature commonly known as Sasquatch. If you plug these names into the US government’s geographical names and informational system, you’ll get 2,300 places in America named with reference to these Native names. On a map, these places follow the summit ridges & peaks of all the mountain ranges in America, particularly in Oregon and Washington. The Native place names and contemporary reports of Sasquatch follow the summit ridges and peaks of the coastal range, the summit ridges and peaks of the Cascade range, and in particularly, the highest density is between the three mountains of Mount St Helens, Mount Adams and Mount St Rainier… With the triangle within those three places having the highest density of Native American place names that have reference to these creatures.

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    5. Is there a documentary that shows Bigfoot popping someone's head off like a soda bottle top?

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    6. Not that I'm aware of... Plenty of missing hunters though.

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    7. Undoubtedly, they all had their heads popped off like soda bottle tops!

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    8. LOL Iktomi. It's one of your favorite documentaries?

      You wrote that the eccentric logger they interview is "very believable."

      Hey everyone else, watch the documentary on Netflix and see if you think that the logger is very believable.

      Will Iktomi come back now like Trump and say that he was only being sarcastic.

      That part in the documentary showing the guy playing a drum kit out in the woods in an attempt to lure in a sasquatch, oh yeah, that sounds like a great idea.

      Everyone knows that sasquatches have no rhythm.


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    9. Trump blasts New York Times: "They don’t write good."

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    10. 7:47, like I said... Familiarise yourself with some of the facts in it. You never know, you might learn something.

      (I won't be holding my breath)

      You see, scoffing is what equates to "debate" in the world of a pseudosceptic.

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    11. Iktomi my friend, I was wondering if perchance you had read this article?
      http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/1871411-ancient-race-of-white-giants-described-in-native-legends-from-many-tribes/
      I have a piece of property close in approximation to Death Valley that I have been excavating with findings from an ancient race that I believe related to said "giants". I wish Troll Killer was around, I wanted to share some information with him and you if interested. Please tell him to contact me if you hear from him would you?
      Thanx much! :)

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    12. Don't get Joerg too angry -- he might pop your head off like a soda bottle top and drink the contents!

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    13. Hey Khat! That's absolutely FASCINATING, and I'd love to hear about what you've researched. Of course, I'll get him to contact you as soon as possible.

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    14. Thanks so so much!!! Try this address too as I never did get the last emails from you
      Hoodoowoman13@gmail.com

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    15. That's right Khat, there was a race of white super giants living in North America for thousands of years -- there must have been because how could natives be responsible for all of the technological and cultural achievements that predated Columbus?

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    16. Be careful lktomi, Deebs might get jealous and pop your head off like a soda bottle top!

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    17. Thanks Khat! I'll shoot you an email now. Thanks for the link!

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    18. Haites... The Natives don't have an issue having white ancestors (Kennewick Man), why should you? Oh that's right... You like to attempt a moral highground because you're unintellectual coward.

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    19. Sure, the natives don't have an issue with having their cultural heritage taken from them by white racists -- just like natives didn't have a problem with having their land stolen and being the victims of genocide at the hands of white racists!

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    20. Oh you silly boy. You will blatantly ignore points presented in the very previous comment, just to pursue your little games to agitate people. It reeks of someone who's scars are far more important than the actual subject matter.

      You made a fool of yourself with the "genetic Neanderthal irrelevances" with the Khwit skull... You just remember that.

      ; )

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    21. It's just sad to me that your Bigfoot obsession blinds you to the obvious racism of peddlers of white European giant ideas -- it makes you complicit in the racism.

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    22. I'm asking a little too much of that little brain of yours though, aren't I?

      Ha ha ha!!

      "Hamilton County Medical Examiner’s Office. In his report Lahren (1997:2) states, “… density and distribution of the pigment granules in your sample (2064) is typical of a Caucasian individual” and that the “… pigment granules in your sample (2064) are brown.” The report also states that the hair “… has a moderate shaft diameter with minimal variation, and an oval cross-sectional shape. All of these observations are consistent with hair derived from the head or more specifically the scalp of a Caucasian individual.”

      "Given the current state of scientific technology, methodology and theoretical framework, there is no biological information available at this time which would allow the assignment of Spirit Cave Man to an affiliation with a particular tribe. There is no available biological information which clearly supports cultural continuity with contemporary North American Indians. The biological information does not indicate that there is, “a relationship of shared group identity which can reasonably be traced historically or prehistorically between members of the present-day Indian tribe...and an identifiable early group,” (Sec 2(2)) as required by NAGPRA . No biological findings to date indicate by a “preponderance of the evidence” that there is an “affiliation” of Spirit Cave Man to a particular tribe."

      http://www.blm.gov/style/medialib/blm/wo/Planning_and_Renewable_Resources/coop_agencies/cr_publications.Par.32029.File.tmp/spiritnotes10.pdf

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    23. A small county medical examiner is an expert on the racial origin of ancient hair samples? [Sigh]

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    24. I noticed how you disingenuously modified the quotation to give a false impression. Here the rest of it unaltered:

      A hair sample was also microscopically analyzed by Joseph DiZinno of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), who observed “...numerous dark reddish-brown, Asian origin head hairs” (DiZinno 1997:1).

      The hair sample analyzed by Lahren, and a sample collected from Spirit Cave Man by BLM, was analyzed by Douglas Deedrick, Chief, Trace Evidence Unit, FBI. Deedrick found “all of the hairs submitted exhibit microscopic characteristics consistent with originating from an individual of Asian (Mongoloid) ancestry” and that the two samples “. ..are consistent with originating from the same individual” (Deedrick 2000:1).
      Goodman and Martin observing only gross morphology note, (1999:4) “we now judge the hair to be medium to dark brown and straight. In other words, the hair is exactly the color and form [sic that] is most common in Northern Asian or a Native American.”

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    25. It was concluded that the degraded hair was consistent with an Asian/Native American origin and not Caucasian.

      It was also noted that:

      "Hair present in an archaeological context, regardless of its original color, is often brown or reddish-brown which is generally due to the interaction over time with surrounding chemicals in the soil or ground water."

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    26. The question was whether the remains could be claimed by a specific tribe and, based upon the analysis, it was concluded that the remains were Native American -- but not enough evidence existed to connect them to a currently existing tribe.

      Leave it to a racist to twist that into a conclusion that there were red haired super giants living in North America.

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    27. Um, no. If you paste these extracts into a search engine followed by "Bigfoot Evidence", you'll notice I've posted your accompanying extracts a number of times. The FINAL TWO pages of the study...

      V. SUMMARY AND EVALUATION
      Given the current state of scientific technology, methodology and theoretical framework, there is no biological information available at this time which would allow the assignment of Spirit Cave Man to an affiliation with a particular tribe. There is no available biological information which clearly supports cultural continuity with contemporary North American Indians. The biological information does not indicate that there is, “a relationship of shared group identity which can reasonably be traced historically or prehistorically between members of the present-day Indian tribe...and an identifiable early group,” (Sec 2(2)) as required by NAGPRA . No biological findings to date indicate by a “preponderance of the evidence” that there is an “affiliation” of Spirit Cave Man to a particular tribe.

      VI. THE IMPORTANC E OF SPIRIT CAVE MAN
      Spirit Cave Man is of critical importance to the study of ancient humans in North America due to his antiquity, completeness, documented provenience, associated artifacts and the rarity of an individual of this antiquity (Kirner et al. 1996).
      This Paleoamerican can provide information on the history and biology of the populations he represents as well as his individual biology and, possibly, the peopling of the New World. Since the human skeleton is a dynamic system throughout the life cycle, the skeleton is the repository of important biological and behavioral information that is otherwise not available. “Skeletal and dental tissues are remarkably sensitive to the environment, ...thus serving as a retrospective ‘memory’ of an individual’s biological history” (Larsen & Hutchinson 1999:185). The study of Spirit Cave Man can provide that “retrospective memory” of this Paleoamerican individual.
      Current and future advances in genetics, biochemical and metric analyses may hold the key to modern human origins and the peopling of the New World. Paleoamerican materials address a period of human evolution about which there is still a great deal unknown. As technology advances, the potential development of non- invasive analyses of skeletal remains is promising especially for the rare group of Paleoamerican remains, including Spirit Cave Man. The data derived from the Spirit Cave Man could provide answers to the characterizations of migrational interactions of migrations in both the Old and New World.
      Many Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans and European Americans, have Native American ancestry. Therefore, all American communities have a right to the knowledge these remains can provide. The antiquity and rarity of Spirit Cave and other Paleoamerican remains and artifacts are critically important to the biological history of contemporary Homo Sapiens. These facts make Spirit Cave Man and other Paleoamerican remains National Patrimony.

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    28. I guess you don't know or care that many tribes were wiped out completely and the fact that ancient remains cannot be connected to a surviving contemporary tribe does not lead to the conclusion that there were red haired European super giants in North America.

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    29. Do you feel silly now? Oh... And the cherry picked extract you used regarding the chemical in the soil interacting with hair pigmant, was in fact a widely used misconception which the purpose of the paper put to bed... HENCE the reason it was written prior to the quotes of the experts.

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    30. Oh... And your comment at 12:39 actually supports my ideas. Not too smart at this, are ya?

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    31. Oh, as here's a comment section where I've used the entire extracts of expert opinion;

      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/bigfooter-gets-stranded-in-famous.html?m=0

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    32. "Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Oxford since 1997, Bryan Sykes, discussed some of his fascinating DNA research findings, including his study of American genetics. The United States' population contains a convergence of DNA from a number of continents, with interesting crossovers such as some African Americans having European genes. According to earlier research (not done by Sykes), Native Americans actually originated from Siberia, China, ***and even Europe***, but the DNA blood testing that yielded these results was done without their consent, and thus raised controversy and ire, he detailed. ***Interestingly, some people from Britain have been found to have Native American genes, he added.***

      "Sykes described his work on the "Seven Daughters of Eve." Astonishingly, almost everyone in Europe has mitochondrial (maternal) DNA they inherited from one of seven actual women who lived between 10,000 and 45,000 years ago. Additionally, there are "36 maternal ancestors spread throughout the world," he noted. It's suspected that Genghis Khan also established a legacy, with his particular Y chromosome shared among some 15 million males in Asia. The Y (male) chromosome in general has been subject to more degeneration and mutation than the X (female) chromosome, and if this continues males might eventually become extinct, he warned."

      And for further reading...
      http://dienekes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/reconstructing-origin-of-native.html?m=0

      http://dienekes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/hints-of-eastcentral-asian-admixture-in.html?m=0

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    33. You just demonstrated that you don't even have a basic understanding of something that you claim to have been citing for years. I just helped you to understand it, so you can begin to shed some of your terribly racist ideas and not look like such a dingbat.

      It reminds me of time that you cited a whole string of Neanderthal traits to argue that Khwit was Neanderthal -- and I had to educate you to the fact that it was conclusively determined that Khwit was NOT Neanderthal!

      Anyway, the pleasure's all mine really. In glad that I could help! =~)

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    34. Joerg just got blown the f#ck out by an anonymous poster. AHHHHH HAHAHAHAHA

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    35. Joerg's head just got popped off like soda bottle top!

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    36. Let me know if you would like me to explain to you some of the adult level ideas of genetic similarities between Asian and Northern Europeans, and the evidence that they traveled to and even back from the Americas.

      "At the rear of a Neanderthal skull, for example, is a minor protrusion called the “occipital bun”. Though seen in very rare examples of anatomically modern humans, it is mostly seen in paleolithic peoples. The occipital bun was a knot of rounded bone at the back of the Neanderthal skull and may have been an adaptation for the attachment of their massive neck and jaw muscles. Vestiges of the occipital bun were common in early modern European skulls, but are relatively rare among Europeans today."
      ... If I were you, I really wouldn't be bringing that comment section up again.

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    37. Joerg is Joerging off over negroid skulls!!!

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    38. I rest my case!

      Laters, psycho-nerd!

      : p

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    39. If I had my ass handed to me like that I would cut and run also.

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    40. You just keep on learning pal... It really is no problem at all supplying you with these links every day.

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    41. Keep Joerging to those negroid skulls Joergy

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    42. Man troll kid 855 you really are a pisser arent ya. Too bad in the real world you arent nothing but a pimple faced snot nosed wannabe who is still waiting for his nuts to drop so he can hit puberty and maybe just maybe take a swing at the bully kid who kicks your butt daily just because he can and btw I WAS that kid once. Khat may be many things but she aint what you say she is. Her friend already made sure she was safe before she ever came on the internet by keeping her identity safe. You call her a liar because she won't expose herself to freaks like you. You are one of those kids who grows up to stalk real women because they diss and slam you. Hate to tell you this but you aint never have a babe, all your gonna have is a Sally slugg- you know the type obese,pimply,greasy haired and gap toothed. She'll think your great and you two will get hitched and crank out butt ugly kids out of your bedroom closet in your low rent low class cracker box house because that is all you will ever be able to afford. You just need to face facts kid I'm telling you straight. Losers like you stay losers and pretend to be something bigger than they really are because it doesn't really mean they have to deal with the REAL world. If you had the cajones kid join the Marines. Serve your country. See the world and then have the right to give people crap. Until then shut the F up and wash behind your ears you filthy cur.

      BTW: It really is a good thing I don't know you. Quit playing at being me. One day I might just pop up and introduce myself. Ya dig?

      Deebs

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    43. You know "Deebs" I could care less what you think. In fact if you take any of this stuff posted here seriously - seek help. Frankly there is someone else who is making the derogatory remarks about Khat but YOU my friend are fair game for me with your knight in shining armor bit. If you want to impress your girlfriend by writing this fine but if you subscribe to the same beliefs she does then

      YOU...ARE...CRAZY!

      I hope you enjoyed your little rant - I certainly did. It amused me to no end. Keep on writing them and I'll keep on laughing.

      YA DIG?

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    44. LOL - I just checked the posts and for the record Anon 1:17 WAS NOT ME. I just did the 8:55 one. So apparently you have another to go after. Khat doesn't have to worry about me I just like screwing with YOU. By the way you might want to inform her it's not a good idea to put her email address for all to see here. Just say'in.

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  5. http://www.carrollspaper.com/Content/Default/Homepage-Rotating-Articles/Article/Hillary-hit-hard/-3/449/22594

    LOL

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    1. Well at least they didn't pop her head off like a soda bottle top.

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  6. I just found this site. I can prove that Bigfoot exists. I have irrefutable proof in my dad's garage.

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    1. I keep my blue bags in the freezer. I've amassed quite the collection so far. I can prove it all

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  7. When I was flight training I used to pick up new Cessna aircraft from a dealer in Denver and deliver them in Southern California. Some of them were 172 SPs and did not have supplemental oxygen so I would fly south along the front range down to about Pueblo and fly through the big pass into Northeast New Mexico without having to climb above about 10,000 ft.

    The high country northeast of Farmington is some of the most beautiful country I've ever seen. Little alpine lakes and glades, just magnificent. Always wanted a cabin up there.

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