Ask almost anyone—believer or skeptic—to list adjectives describing Sasquatch and you’re likely to get answers such as these: huge, hairy, smelly, strong, elusive, and—significantly—not too bright. Primitive also would be a likely modifier.
Ask those same people to list adjectives describing otherworldly aliens and you’re likely to get a dramatically different list, with words such as these: small, physically frail, big head, intelligent. Advanced also would be a likely modifier.
Consequently, most people would never consider the possibility that Sasquatch might be otherworldly—or other-dimensional—aliens. Ridiculous. Nonsense. Impossible. Equating the two is akin to speaking of a devout agnostic. Doing so might be met with a dull roar of protest. Or perhaps a deafening silence of skepticism. It’s an impossible solution to an intractable mystery. Or perhaps the notion is more paradox than oxymoron.
In the past, simultaneous sightings of Sasquatches and UFOs were dismissed as mere coincidence. But as such pairings increase, such dismissals become more doubtful. As this formerly dismissed theory gains steam, it’s worth examining some apparent evidences for it.
That being said Sasquatch Syndicate Founder, Chuck Geveshausen, "The Ancient Sasquatch Theorist" has been correlating data between the MUFON and Sasquatch Syndicate reports on the ground for over a decade and continues to find relevancy in the connection. As a pioneer in this UFO/Sasquatch research, he was initially scoffed at by the traditional researchers, however more and more researchers are flocking to our database and asking Sasquatch Syndicate for answers.
Chuck was the first researcher to triangulate JAL 1628 and MUFON reports to Sasquatch sighting reports on the ground in the Alaska Triangle, and he has some amazing new research coming this fall on the recent Pentagon UFO Files.
In 1888, “One Indian told a cattle rancher, three of these ‘Crazy Bears’ had been cast out of a small moon that dropped from the sky and landed. The ‘moon’ then ascended back into the air. So it’s highly likely the ‘Crazy Bears’ were really Bigfoots, and the ‘moon,’ a spacecraft.. Native legends include many similar accounts. In addition, many ancient pictographs portray what appears to be such strange pairings.
Many witnesses speak of seeing one or more of these huge, hairy creatures, and then, suddenly, they’re gone—vanished without a trace. A purely terrestrial half-ton creature is unlikely to accomplish such a feat. Some researchers have postulated that this strange ability could be connected to the creatures advanced technology.
In its simplest form, an orb is “a spherical body; a globe.” Most spherical bodies do not move on their own, they are inanimate, like a soccer ball. Others, like our planet do move, independent of any human causation. But self-propelled orbs are rare exceptions—especially of soccer-ball size. So when people see “balls of light” —orbs—accompanying Sasquatch sightings, they take note. Eerie orbs are, repeatedly seen in the vicinity of Sasquatch Encounters. At that site, those orbs often accompany sightings of UFOs and/or Sasquatch.
If you find this interesting, be sure to join our own Founder, Chuck Geveshausen as he discusses this topic with MUFON Houston in September 2020, so please stay tuned to our event area for further updates.
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By Chanelle Elaine
CMO, Sasquatch Syndicate Inc.