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Sasquatch Origins

Megaladapis Madagascariensis, the Giant Lemur “The investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe recently (2-26-13) appeared on the Sasquatch Watch Canada podcast to play recordings of the interview that she did with Ketchum on February 14, 2013, the day after she self-published her DNA study in her Denovo Scientific Journal. Early in the interview, Howe asks her which primate best fits the DNA profile for the unknown male progenitor of the Bigfoot…

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Paracas Skull

Paracas Skulls

These are elongated skulls, 300 that were excavated in Peru in 1928. found buried together. about 3,000 years old. Follow Mythologium’s board Paracas Skulls on Pinterest. Skull capacity is larger than a normal human skull. These are 60% heavier and 25% larger than human skulls. Brian Foerster. hired a DNA sequencer who reported that “mitochondrial DNA unknown ” You can alter the shape of a skull but you cannot change…

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Goatman

The Goatman is described as a large (between 6 and 8 feet tall), upright, bipedal creature, with a furry lower half of a goat, including hooves, and the torso of a man, sometimes covered in fur. The head is human-like with the addition of horns. He sometimes wields an axe, may use mimicry to lure victims to a location, and enjoys scaring teens in cars on lonely roads. What is…

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Dogman

Called Dogman, Wolfman, Werewolf, the canine-headed creature with an upright, human-shaped body is seen stalking our forests and–sometimes–our city streets and suburban neighborhoods. The Dogman in History The “dog man” of old was known in many cultures as the Cynocephali. Cynocephali is from the Creek meaning “dog-head”. Cultures from Egypt, Africa, India, China, Europe and England have legends of the men with dog heads. Complete dog man civilizations may have…

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Enki

Enki

Enki was a Sumerian god. Sources http://oracc.museum.upenn.edu/amgg/listofdeities/enki/

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Skade

Skadi

Skadi is the Viking Goddess of winter. Her name is said to mean shadow or shade. She is the Queen of the shades. She is a huntress, a dark magician, a giantess Goddess, ruling especially over mountains, wilderness, winter, revenge, knowledge, damage, justice, and independence. The scythe, wolves and venomous snakes are sacred to her.

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Sekhmet

Sekhmet was originally the warrior goddess as well as goddess of healing for Upper Egypt. She is depicted as a lioness, the fiercest hunter known to the Egyptians. It was said that her breath created the desert. She was seen as the protector of the pharaohs and led them in warfare. Sekhmet, a lion-headed goddess in the ancient Egyptian pantheon. Based on New Kingdom tomb paintings. In Egyptian mythology, Sekhmet…

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