Why Bigfoot is a Myth

There are magickal things in this world. The Indians here before us lived in harmony with nature, and nature doesn’t just refer to bugs under rocks mind you, which gave them an awareness that we don’t have. There’s no doubt in my mind that as we remove ourselves from our instinctual lives and plunge further and further into technology (that sweet, enticingly worldly mistress…) we lose touch with magick more and more.

That said, I’d like to prove Bigfoot as being real once and for all. But I can’t, so I’ll just offer some speculation.

Indians believe in Bigfoot, or at least he’s part of their folklore, so he’s been in North America long before the white man. Maybe sasquatch followed the migrating peoples from Asia into the US. Or better yet, maybe the yeti followed them, and eventually evolved into sasquatch.

And why is it that no one can get a clear shot of Bigfoot? Because all footage is a hoax? Or perhaps it’s more likely that Bigfoot watched the white man virtually exterminate the natives of North America and rape the land they lived in from deep in the forest and has learned better than to allow itself to be caught by us.

Oh, and we’re not that superior, FYI. We can be outwitted.

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