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Whether one is bigfooting, ghosting, or conducting UFO investigations, it pays to remember that the imagination IS a factor. This doesn't mean that one "makes up" anything in a fictional or a fraudulent sense. Rather, I'm talking about the way the imagination serves to "prime the pump," so to speak, when it comes to initiating contact.
In my video, I mention the way "image sending" helped to save my life during an abduction in New York City by a cab driver. Such sending bears a striking resemblance to the way I have successfully initiated contact with sasquatches for years. Granted, sending "picture postcards" is unorthodox, to say the least, and it does have some rather uncomfortable parallels with time-worn methods that have been used historically to invoke/conjure intradimensionals, but the results do in fact work when it comes to bigfoots--and yes, ghosts, as well.
I certainly did not initially set out to "conjure" bigfoots. Au contraire. Rather, I stumbled onto this technique through the back door, so to speak--through trial and error, as well as already moving in a similar direction with unrelated background experiences, such as growing up in a haunted house.
As I've mentioned in other blog posts, I was born into a family that has experience with remote viewing/astral travel and other supernatural forays into the realm of the wyrd. Some might call such a predisposition towards supernatural contact to be the product of genetic inheritance, but I'm not so sure.
As with alien contact, it seems that intra-dimensionals tend to prefer working with folks from families that have been involved in the process back through time, for whatever reason. Ghosts also tend to haunt families in many cases, rather than isolated individuals. My bigfooting and ghosting experiences began when I was quite young, and an encounter with UFO's happened to three of my family members when we were all kids, despite the fact that it was compartmentalized and never mentioned until about twenty years later when we all realized that we'd been having the same recurring dreams!
When it comes to bigfoot habituation, who is the subject and who is the object?
As for cultivating contact with bigfoots, a great many researchers tend to use food as a way to habituate forest giants to become accustomed to interacting with human beings. Oh, if only they knew what is doing the REAL habituation!
In such cases, it is the sasquatches that are, in turn, habituating humans by allowing the humans to believe they are in charge.
So-called baiting stations, where food is left, can certainly help to establish a connection.
Whether the researcher is acting from a scientific standpoint by leaving bait, or a paranormalist perspective by leaving an offering, is actually fairly irrelevant. Yes, the latter is quite a bit easier for IDE's to manipulate, but with time and patience even the most hardened scientist will come around, particularly if he or she returns often enough to check his or her "baiting station."
Such offerings are a form of wish fulfillment that sasquatches and other IDE's may or may not accept as a way to establish a psychic bond. Often, the likelihood of "habituating" an IDE through such rudimentary methods has more to do with the type of psychic energy and body chemistry that the humans bring to the table.
The actual food that one leaves in such cases is fairly incidental. Yes, certain kinds of food are more tasty to a sasquatch than other kinds of food. Often, however, even if the food is taken it is not eaten.
Accepting an offering (or taking the bait) is a way of connecting with the mental signature of the human(s) involved.
The above video (at the top of this blog entry) discusses the "Mind-Body" connection primarily in terms of its application to supernatural phenomenon. Establishing rapport with sasquatches, ghosts and other Intra-Dimensional Entities (IDE's) tends to accelerate the "meet-greet" process, thereby greatly improving outcomes . . . that is, if one considers contact to be a desirable outcome.
Historically, many different terms have been used for the process of establishing rapport between intra dimensionals and human beings. Everything from conjuring to invoking to simply offering a greeting or salutation is applicable. When one realizes this all-important fact, a kind of veil is lifted from one's outlook. Such a vision of what lies underneath can be liberating or greatly discouraging. It all depends upon one's cultural, religious, and philosophical orientation.
Admitting that bigfooting is really just another form of initiating contact between humans and IDE's is a big step for many researchers. Apers tend to poo-poo this very real facet of bigfooting, whereas many paranormalists err on the side of deifying sasquatchs as quasi-gods.
Ubernaturalists forge a path through the rough in order to reconcile each of the two divergent views, as well as lending a helping hand to individual researchers regardless of their orientation. Every field researcher who is conducting research deserves an audience. There are always plenty of interesting details they bring back with them from encounters that transcend the rather pedestrian line of demarcation between apers and supernaturalists.
As I've said, both schools tend to exhibit their own set of weaknesses and strengths. But the data transcends such handicaps. That is why it's so important for apers not to self-censor vital details! Likewise, it's imperative that paranormalists strive to learn some logic skills from apers.
At any rate, my video about the Mind-Body Connection was recorded in an attempt to explain the basics of mind-body physics and how these apply to preternatural subjects and objects of "outsideness" that fall outside the spectrum of normal human experience.
Statue of Mothman in Point Pleasant, West Virginia
Such a label of outsideness certainly applies to the "Mothman" phenomenon. Perhaps coincidentally, Mothman of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, was first seen a few months after I was born in 1966. Many years later, I attended Principia College in Elsah Illinois from 1984-1988. During this time, a rash of Mothman sightings flared up in the area during the time I attended college there, and then stopped almost immediately after I graduated near the end of 1988. I'm not saying there is a connection, of course, but the coincidence is interesting to note.
At the time, I instinctively recognized a connection between people's outlook and Mothman sightings. In fact, whenever local residents began to focus their thought on Mothman, which I called "Piasa" at the time (its longstanding Native American name), the creature would sometimes manifest and begin plaguing them with bad luck. This actually happened to me while I was in college. I saw a dark hulking shape high up in a tree during an electrical storm, and then ran back into my dorm room. The encounter seemed to give me a streak of bad luck for over a year afterwards. One bad thing after another came down the pike.
When I consciously made an effort to focus my thought away from the darkness (of what I called "The Piasa") and into the light of positive outcomes and possibilities, the bad luck faded away. In fact, $900 fell in my lap due to a strange twist of fate.
Lastly, I thought I would demonstrate how my understanding of the paranormal has evolved over the past twenty years or so. The above documentary was filmed before I understood how the "mind-body connection" applies to the field of bigfooting, as well as ghosting and other paranormal research.
In fact, I mistakenly believed that my offerings of apples had more to do with the fruit themselves than with the intention by which I left them on the hiking trail. Kurt Lancaster's footage chronicles my pursuit of High Sasquatchery way back in the summer of 2002. Lancaster is currently a tenured Professor of Performance Studies at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.
AFTER KULTUS, LANCASTER WENT ON TO PRODUCE ANOTHER SHORT DOCUMENTARY ABOUT ME WITHOUT MY PERMISSION OR KNOWLEDGE. Called Huckleberry August, the film won a few awards at film festivals in the Southwest until I caught wind of it and had the film yanked because it portrayed me as a womanizer and a wild man.
Actually, I found out about the film from a woman I had begun dating in Portland who suddenly broke off all contact with me, but not before sending me a link to the documentary on Lancaster's website!
Many of my friends at the time found the documentary amusing and even somewhat complimentary but since I had a career as a professor to safeguard, I hired a lawyer and issued a Cease and Desist on the film, which was politely observed. Strange as it may seem, Lancaster and I are still friends. I forgave him entirely for his lapse in judgment and never pressed charges of any kind.
As for the area where most of the footage in Kultus was filmed, it proved to be remarkably squatchy. About one third of the film is nocturnal bigfooting at Kultus Lake, WA. I took the opportunity to leave offerings. However, none of the apples I left were accepted by sasquatches. It's worth pointing out that the trail on which I left them was a fairly busy one during the daytime.
A high amount of human foot traffic could have certainly reduced the likelihood that a sasquatch would be paying attention. This said, one spot in particular on the trail did seem to give the impression that a cloaked sasquatch was nearby, at least judging by the severity of my own personal "dread response," as well as the documentary film maker's anxiety in one particular spot.
The entire documentary can be found here: Kultus: A Search for Sasquatch. And, yes, it was filmed before I considered myself an Ubernaturalist.