14.03 Bigfoot


Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is the name given to an ape-like creature that some people believe inhabits forests, namely in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid with big feet. Bigfoot stories were originally found among the indigenous population (i.e., Indians) of the Pacific Northwest, likely passed down from generation to generation. Similar stories of Bigfoot are found on every continent except Antarctica, confirming, albeit in a de facto manner, that big-footed creatures do in fact exist. In reality, the term “Big Foot” is a veiled reference to the Greco-Romans who interbred with the Giants of Greenland, ultimately becoming giants themselves. While the hairy ape-like sightings are indeed a hoax, the giant footprints found in the Pacific Northwest and around the world are indeed real for they were left by Greco-Roman giants when they visited the underworld. In other words, “Big Foot” is a literal reference to the extremely large feet of our giant-like brothers who currently live behind a veil of secrecy in Greenland.