When studying reports of creatures like Bigfoot, it all-too-often becomes a mind-numbing exercise in attempting to separate the proverbial wheat from the chaff. A counter-balance begins to emerge in the questioning mind which weighs evidence against ideas, science against skepticism, and in some instances, heart against hopes and desires. In wanting so badly to unravel the mysteries behind such creaturesby
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One Reply to “Mother Tongues, Other Flesh: Historic evidence of Sasquatch in Proto-Language?”
I appreciate your thoughtful consideration of the linguistic capacity of Bigfoot. My main interest in Bigfoot research is in learning to communicate with them. If indeed they speak variations of native languages it would be worthwhile to study those languages – and at least become fluent enough to use them to attempt to call in Sasquatch during field expeditions. Finding clues in ancient languages is the work of a dedicated scholar. You’ve made a good start here.
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