Bigfoot stones are one of those things any Bigfoot enthusiast who has befriended a Sasquatch has come to know. Stones are a currency of communication and affection, of defense and warning and even antagonism towards those with ill intentions.
I have received a multitude of gifted stones over the course of time. Some of them are very special beyond being a stone and some are just that, stones with no special powers or significance beyond being a Bigfoot stone of communication.
Sasquatch children are especially fond of the rock game. They will spend hours searching for special stones and getting their elders to imbue them with good intentions for all kinds of positive influences on us and our environment. The children and their stones are a special joy for all who choose to open themselves to the Sasquatch Stream of Consciousness.
A few stones from my collection can even be purchased from our store.
Of the Bigfoot stones that I have been gifted, The Stone Without Time is by far the most precious. Its vibrations allow it to act similar to a cell phone that can deliver messages to me from Cross Over. It also contains a vast history of the past that can be tapped for knowledge and important information through intentions. It was given to me by Sasquatch elder Loquius during our first encounter on the ridge near Big Creek.
These Bigfoot stones are also known as lightning stones. They are quite striking.
Bigfoot stones like smiling stones show the bent towards humor that the Sasquatch possess in abundance. The one on the left, which I hold very dear, reminds me of the lips of a beautiful women smiling with a touch of demur deviousness. The one on the right is a true to life laughing icon.
Bigfoot stones come in different sizes, shapes and purposes. I don't think people realize that antagonizing a Sasquatch could result in a weapon stone whistling through the air at two hundred forty miles an hour. These stones range in size from baseballs to softballs and are capable of removing body parts at a wink of an eye. So before you run off with your cameras and guns to capture this mystical being, you had better take heed as to what you may actually find.
Some stones are simply warning stones or toss stones. These stones are not meant to harm anyone but are tossed as a boundary or warning to those that are encroaching on sacred or family ground. There could be a portal in the vicinity and a toss stone is meant to dissuade you are distract you away from its presence.
Like any parent, a Bigfoot will protect their children with stones tossed or weaponized, depending upon the circumstances. If you are a follower of David Paladies, then you are aware of those that go missing. I cannot confirm nor dispute such occurrences. What I can confirm is the reality of portals and Bigfoot stones consisting of many different purposes and outcomes. Your intentions and purposes toward a Bigfoot is a major factor in determining which stone you might receive.
Bigfoot Stones in the shape of a heart don't come by accident. Bigfoot Parchment # 3 states, nothing occurs by coincidence, and it is no coincidence if you receive one. Being gifted one of these stones is a sign that you are part of the clan in one form or another. You are recognized as having heart and courage, an integrity worthy of trust. They are often accompanied by bloodstones, signifying a bond for life.
Bigfoot stones are often accompanied by Bigfoot glyphs made from sticks or leaves. These glyphs can often be hard to distinguish from the natural surroundings, but again, if one has an eye for humor or the unusual, you will often see them in a comical composition. I am not in any way an authority on these glyphs, many others in the sasquatch community are much more conversant with these than I.
The Sasquatch and I trade messages and gifts at a place called Message Rock. It is kind of like a bulletin board for staying in communication on a regular basis. I gift them foraged fruits and beautiful natural art items I find during my wanderings in the forest. Things like feathers or abandoned bird nests along with my cattails and pussy willows make for interesting presents. I often leave small bouquets of wild flowers with a handful of wild strawberries or gooseberries. There is much creativity and diversity from both sides.