Sasquatch quotes is a display of Bigfoot wisdom handed down through the ages. Not only are the Sasquatch great artists they are also highly advanced in the subject of applied philosophy.
Much of their wisdom is sprinkled throughout my Conversations with Sasquatch Series of Novels, and many of the Sasquatch quotes are extracted from these writings, though there are those that are not in my books, as well.
This is an ongoing project as I write my Conversations With Sasquatch series. I hope that what the Sasquatch quotes have to say can be of help to yourself and others. I know it is the Sasquatch Elders intention to help better their world and ours. All of life is a miraculous striving to survive, flourish and prosper. May the Sasquatch quotes render succor and wisdom to our lives.
"Truth can be a sharp knife." 4/15/22
"Take a look around your world. The deadly virus is not some infectious bug unless it is the surveillance bug built into your smart phones or a Fauci manipulated bat-bug-jab made to mutate your human DNA. The virus is an over-reaching government, the CDC, the FDA, Hollywood, Facebook, Twitter, and propagandists the like of CNN, ABC, NBC, and FOX news, spewing their garbage as if it were the gospel truth. They are the New Age witch doctors, the snake oil salesmen out pitching their wares to steal not only your precious life energy but your God given soul. Fuck'em. Observe the obvious. Get back to living a life worth living. It is your creation, not theirs." General Demarcus, Bigfoot military leader stationed at the Dead Horse Sink portal.
"You are rapidly running out of human time." General Demarcus
My Conversations With Sasquatch quotes and stories have evolved from my own encounter as a child to a series of novels based on my experiences.
Borrowing the words from one of America's foremost poets, Robert Frost, my experiences with Bigfoot have led me down the road less traveled. I took the fork in the road that leads to Sasquatch encounters of the benevolent kind rather than a blind rush down the well traveled road that leads to Bigfoot encounters of an antagonistic kind. There are plenty of attack mode stories to go around to fill Social Media groups and even books. There is little attention paid to the fact that few people are actually harmed by Bigfoot other than by their own fears and imagination. I am interested in our relations with Bigfoot on the plane of positive interactions versus traumatic confrontations.
For example, I'd like to relate a story of an encounter that took place in the Thumb area of Michigan many years ago. This story intrigued me for the very reason that it aligns with my own experience as well as my belief that Sasquatch are sentient Beings of high intelligence and empathy rather than just animalistic brutes and adversaries in their relations with man. That is the philosophical thread that runs through my Conversations With Sasquatch Series of novels and stories.
As one story goes, in a small town not too far from the shores of Lake Huron, two young girls ventured into the woods to pick berries and disappeared. (I was not there, mind you, nor was I the one that interviewed one of the girls later on in adulthood. I am simply a person relating the story as I have come to know it.) Berries are wonderful treasures, not only to us humans, but to many other lifeforms of the wild. You're likely to encounter all sorts of creatures sharing your appetite for these luscious fruits, animals like bears are exceptionally fund of berries as well as our other forest giant the Sasquatch. As for the girls, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of finding delectable treasures and chasing their presence deep into the woods before even realizing you are lost. I suspect that is what happened to the two young girls. They chased a patch of berries and inadvertently got lost.
They ended up missing for a couple of days before they miraculously reappeared to the joy of their family and the towns search party. It appeared the townspeople's prayers had been answered. God had brought the girls home unscathed.
After the fact, it is difficult to know the true ins out outs of what the two girls actually experienced or what they might have had to say about their adventure. If they told their parents at the time about the big hairy creature that offered them protection and ultimately led them out of the woods, we can never know. Were things said but kept secret? Possibly. What I do know is that to adults, children have an overactive imagination. Parents will listen to their kids but the don't hear. We only have the reminiscent account of one of the girls who related her story to a newspaper reporter as an adult. She told the interviewer that the reason they had not perished in the woods was because of the big hairy thing that had befriended them and had graciously led them out of the woods to safety.
How many big hairy things are there?
A Benevolent Bigfoot was what the woman had come to divulge.
Conversations with Sasquatch are not only possible, they have already existed on the road less traveled.