Check Out These Native American Stories Which May Explain Bigfoot Cloaking
Native American folklore and history have lots of tales of bigfoot type creatures. In this article several stories are told, one of which might explain the mystery of "cloaking" bigfoot.
"The Chinook has several names for a bigfoot-type monster, depending on gender and location. The most famous, Skookum, is translated as "Evil God of the Woods" or mountain devil. Other terms include (...) Itohiul (big feet).
So the name BIGFOOT was first coined by Native Americans and much earlier than the 1950s!!!
p.148. Source: The North American Indian, 1930. There was an itohiul who could walk across the river on the water.
What if he really could. Like Jesus Christ.
p.152. The Clackamas. (...) The Clackamas Indians maintain that in the lands of the headwaters of the Clackamas river, adolescent Bigfeet beings have to pass a test to become an adult member of the Bigfeet tribe. They must jump in front of a human on a trail, and wave their hands in front of the human's face, without being seen.
An explanation of the famous sasquatch "invisibility" without resort to the theory of "other dimensions". If the alleged test is true, it seems to be only possible thanks to homin paranormal abilities."
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