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La Commissione 31.10.2020

Sasquatch, A Walk-In?

Across The Dimensions...

Diego Antolini

Sightings of creatures halfway between man and ape have been part of human history since the dawn of time. With the modern man, these sightings took a different perspective as the difference between the two species became more marked.

A Meh-Teh or a Kangmi of Central Asia could go unnoticed in remote times, not so much for the appearance but rather for the way of living and the eating habits, with the evolution of industry and technology bipedal creatures covered with fur that walk bare feet among the frozen peaks of the Himalayas, in the impenetrable forests of North America and Canada, or in the midst of the marshes of Mato Grosso, they create at least curiosity.

The first traces found on the ground are from the Himalayas peaks, where Colonel Waddell was on a hunting trip. It was 1887.

In 1902 a group on twelve men on the border between Tibet and Sikkim disappeared without trace. A group of Indian military sent on the rescue found and killed a semi-human creature which was sent at the closer Empire’s official in charge, Sir Charles Bell. What happened next never made it to the official archives or there is no evidence left of it.
In 1920 an expedition on the Northern part of Mount Everest led by Colonel C.K. Howard-Bury observed from the distance a group of figures moving along the snowy peaks above them.

Once they arrived there with great effort, they could only see gigantic footprints (“three times that of a human being”, Colonel Howard-Bury said.) The Sherpa guides immediately uttered the name of “Metoh-Kangmi” or, translated from the Tibetan, “The Human Creature” (Kangmi) or “The living thing” (Meh-Teh), which was further elaborated by the linguists into “A living thing similar to human which is not a human being”. But at that time the word “Metoh” associated with “Kangmi” which wasn’t a Tibetan but a Chinese word, was used colloquially to indicate a “Snow creature”.

During the transcription of the telegraphic message from Tibet to India the word “Metoh” was erroneously changed into “Metch”. A certain Henry Newman, an expert journalist for the Calcutta Statesman was consulted to have an English translation of “Metch Kangmi”. Newman didn’t miss the chance and coined the term still used today to describe the missing link between man and monkey: the Abominable Snowman, or Yeti.

In North America a similar creature was already known by the Western native tribes of British Columbia: Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon (Canada), Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Western California (USA) by the names of Sasquatch and Oh-Mah (or “Bigfoot”).

The first reports date back to 1860, but the testimony that made the white population open its eyes to the existence of these creatures comes from 1884. Before this date, Native American tribes were thought to be the only inhabitants of the forests. In 1884 a group of men from the woods captured a creature very similar to a human were it not for the thick fur covering its body, for his superhuman strength, and for his long arms. The creature was nicknamed “Jacko” and he was captured in the unexplored territories of British Columbia, between the towns of Yale and Lytton. Jacko remained in captivity for some time (in 1946 a journalist interviewed an old citizen of Lytton who still remembered the creature).

A copy of the original Daily Colonist journal that published the article about Jacko on July 1884

At present Jacko seems to be the only documented case of a Sasquatch being captured by white men.

Others sightings of wild-men followed in 1901,1904 and 1907. In 1920 J.W. Burns put together all the local legends he was able to collect, and published a series of articles for the Canadian magazines. Each tribe, each dialect had a different name for this woods creature. Burns, trying to unify the subject, coined the term “Sasquatch”, a name deriving from the Halkomelem dialect “Sasq’ets”. Burnes’s articles made this name famous in Canada first, and then in the USA.
Later on, strange gigantic footprints were found in different places of the mountain forests between Washington State and Northern California, as the bulldozers violated these territories cutting trees, building roads and houses.

These footprints gave the nickname of “Bigfoot” to the Sasquatch (Oh-Mah in the dialect of the local tribes) and with this the first hunters of the creature were born (1958).

The first video of a Sasquatch showing the creature walking towards the forest is from 1967, when Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin recorded the creature on film near Bluff Creek, California. Several years later, however, Bob Heironimus, who knew Patterson, came forward claiming that he had worn a gorilla costume to make the footage. This statement seems controversial since hundreds of people have declared the same thing.
How to explain the existence of a non-human creature who does not behave like a monkey, and doesn’t live in the regions usually inhabited by Pongids?

The Western scientific community has for the most part ignored the testimonies of these creatures who are reported from almost every part of the world, attributing them to well-concocted hoaxes or wrong identification of known animals (especially wolves and bears, in addition to monkeys).

Other researchers suggest that Sasquatch, Big Foot and the Yeti may have paranormal powers, such as the ability to read minds, to move between different dimensions or to shape-shift. Due to the large number of hoaxes on this subject it is not easy to tell fake from real tracks, which nonetheless remain at present the most concrete evidence about the existence of these creatures. But, as Ivan T. Sanderson said in his study (Abominable Snowmen, 1961), which is to me the most complete work after Heuvelman’s, there wouldn’t be anything mysterious in the existence of the Sasquatch.

Having ascertained the existence of sub-humans and sub-hominids in certain remote areas of the world (Neanderthals in eastern Eurasia, pygmies in subtropical forests, and great creatures without any "culture" in the human sense of the term that still survive in North and South America, in the highlands of Tibet and in the Indochinese peninsula) and that our planet has not yet been fully charted - in spite of what we are made to believe - nor explored in every part of it, how can we dismiss the existence of these creatures halfway between man and ape which bear no affinity with neither one?


Most of the modern reports are almost exclusively hoaxes perpetrated to self-styled researchers or enthusiasts, like for example the scams Tom Biscardi suffered in 2005 and 2008 made by Rick Dyer and Matthew Whitton. After publishing online an alleged video of a Bigfoot corpse, Biscardi’s company, Search For Bigfoot Inc.) sent them $50,000 to obtain the cadaver. After opening the coffin, however, every part of the corpse was immediately proven to be a fake.

Grover Krantz and Geoffrey Bourne believe that the Bigfoot could be a descendant of the Gigantopithecus, whose natural habitat was China but that, across the Strait of Bering, could have migrated to Alaska, and then down to Canada and North America (as a lot of animals and human species did.) The detractors of this hypothesis argue that the enormous mass of the Gigantopithecus would have made its bipedal posture impossible, and that it was not a hominid but a Pongid.

Primatologist John Napier and anthropologist Gordon Strasenburg have suggested that the Bigfoot could be a type of Paranthropus, although fossils of this creature have only been found in Africa.

Others speculate it could be a Neanderthal or a Homo Erectus, but no discovery of these two species of Hominids has been reported in America.
In general, the scientific community denies the existence of the Bigfoot (or other similar creatures) since there is no physical evidence that prove that a bipedal, prehistoric creature similar to a monkey but bigger in size has ever been found.
We can not deny the truth of this statement, but then why, as anthropologist David Daegling says, “...we see the Bigfoot where such an animal doesn’t exist?”

This is certainly the biggest mystery, as the most ancient cultures of every continent have legends about these creatures, and are very reluctant to talk about them.

Especially in Tibet, Himalaya and in the mountain massif of Sichuan Province, China, local population has known about the presence of the “Man that is not a man” for millennia. They fear him and they worship him, keeping its secrets closely.
An hypothesis that has never been taken much into consideration in the past but that, after all we wrote above would be worth considering, is that the
Sasquatch and similar creatures live in “dimensional bubbles” halfway between our reality and another. This way they could be able to move freely across the Space-Time, making their capture nearly impossible.

That these “dimensional bubbles” or Stargates exist on Earth is certain. They are located at the junctions between the most important energy lines around the planet, the Ley Lines.

Now, how these portals are activated is yet to be discovered, but surely in these areas strange and anomalous phenomena occur like spirals in the sky, missing time events, numbness, ESP phenomena, sightings of strange objects, strong feelings of depression and anxiety (as reported by many on and around Mount Shasta, California; Ben McDhui, Scotland; some areas of the Sibillini Mountains, the Gran Sasso massif, and the Pizzo Scalino in the Valmalenco area, Italy, etc.)

So why not to consider the fact that this bipedal creature is able to adapt its vibrational frequencies to more than one dimension? The "rational" people of the West started to be aware of this cryptid only a century ago, but the populations that have lived and interacted for millennia with the Canadian Sasquatch and the North American Big Foot/Oh-Mah, the Nepalese Me-Teh, the Tibetan Dzu-Teh or the Chinese Kangmi, know that they are dealing with something so elusive to defy the laws of our physical reality.

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