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Sasquatch Poles Structures ( The Sacred Cross Roads )

   Sun, July 6, 2014 - 9:19 PM
This structure is in an old growth forest at WolfHaven not far from my place. Apparently they are thought to be built by these sacred creatures as possibly a territorial marker or some sort of sign post and are seen through out North America where they are thought to range. This particular structure has poles about thirty to forty feet long and the bigger trees are quite heavy. The camera view is from directly underneath looking up and makes quite an impression. Interesting that this is the spot where I came unclothed and unarmed to spend a night under the full moon to be reborn a few years back. I felt drawn to this place at that very spot and trusted my instincts. Saskatchewan is not known as a place for their presence as correlation of scientific data seems to indicate they favor regions with the heavier precipitation typical of coastal rain forests that would produce the variety and adundance of food needed to support a huge primate. Perhaps Northern Saskatchewan is a rarely used migratory route in between areas of abundance as they follow food supplies. With the world climate heating up their migratory routes and patterns will change as these sacred, nomadic creatures move back and forth between summering and wintering grounds. WolfHaven may be some kind of cross roads. - Mikademus


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Mon, July 7, 2014 - 11:33 AM
Mika fascinating post!
So these tree are healthy trees that have been pushed over, how have they been felled?
Is it three lent up against a central one?

Sasquatch could they be neanderthals?

Going naked into the wild is essential Mika, glad I am not the only guy who does that :)
Mon, July 7, 2014 - 7:05 PM
Pole Structures
Thanx for the response Adrian ! Yes the trees are broken off and laid against the main support tree. I visited a website in Colorado and was fascinated by the variety and different sizes of them. This one is a rather spectacular example by virtue of size. The spot by no surprise is in a place that is high above the surrounding area and has a clear view of it in a 270 degree panaramic mainly toward the lake a couple of hundred feet away. This is typical of these structures as the intent is for them to be seen. As these creatures prefer coastal rain forest climates this would seem to indicate that this is a marker to indicate a path rather then a territory as they are simply passing through. The core states and provinces of North America have less rainfall but for a creature migrating to a more suitable ecology it seems reasonable that they could forage enough to sustain them through the less demanding summer months here as they pass through. On the subject of clothing optional I got the whole place to myself, if you don 't include, the occasional bear, roaming sasquatches and all the internet people on Google Earth who like watching me run around au naturel.
Tue, July 8, 2014 - 4:57 PM
I take your word for it, as you know the land well and have a feel for it.
A marker, amazing! Are there any tracks or signs of ground disturbance around the trees?
I am fascinated by your post Mika, amazing. Do you think you will see one?
They have to be very strong to break a tree like that eh, but they obviously keep away from people. So they would not be aggressive?
Do you have a theory for what they are like? Temperament, intellect?
Tue, July 8, 2014 - 9:24 PM
They are almost certainly a species that is endangered or at the very least should have a " protected " designation. I regret that at the time I discovered the structure I did not know what I was dealing with so I did not examine the ground for foot prints of hair samples. As this is nit their normal range and is more likely a rarely used migratory route I don't expect to ever see one, at least here any way. So far as temperament reports of encounters would indicate that full grown males are quite aggressive, territorial. You remember the Roger Patterson film ? The subject in the film is a female Sasquatch and she is not at all aggressive despite the presence of Roger Patterson and Bob gi
Gimlin on horse back. Case histories about encounters suggest when the encounter is with a male of the species the outcome is more problematic. The structure here would have been built by a powerful full grown male given the size of the trees. I read an interesting theory put forth about Sasquatch pole structures. They are primates so they are very intelligent and observant. It stands to reason that when Indigenous Peoples would move their campsites with the changing of the seasons they would leave the teepee pole structures behind. Curious sasquatches would almost certainly have come and examined abandoned camp sites and may have picked up on the teepee structure as a way to communicate with other sasquatches about paths and territory. It is an interesting theory. On the subject of whether they are from the one lineage or Human lineage a stunning discovery surrounding a footprint a few years ago appears to provide an answer. A plaster cast taken from a site yielded a foot impression showing an anatomical feature known as a mid tarsal break. This is hinge in the foot bone pattern that allows for greater flexibility of the arch.......... and is only found in ape species, not humans. This lends credence go the theory that North American sasquatches are a descendant of ape known as Gigantopithecus thought to be extinct 300,000 years ago. The human family tree on the other hand is more like a family bush with many off shoots so sightings in Asia around the Ural Mountains of a hairy but decidedly more human looking creature may turn out to be an ancient, primitive line of Neanderthal known as Heidelbergensis which was a giant that would rival sasquatches for sheer physical size. Other reports of wild bipedal creatures in places like China, India and the mountains of Nepal may ultimately turn out to be variations of these ancient human and ape primates. The recent discovery that a dwarf version of Homo Erectus was alive as close as 10,000 years ago on the island of Florres has shaken Anthropology to its core. Homo Erectus was thought to have gone extinct 1,000,000 years ago. Even skeptics of Sasquatch, Yeti and all the other wild bipedal creatures reported for centuries around the world have to concede that their existence is a real possibility.
Sat, July 12, 2014 - 1:23 PM
Thats really interesting, an amazing post and the detailed ideas for what they could be sounds plausible to me.