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The gift of the sasquatch - part three

August 29, 2010 | Comment icon 18 comments
Image Credit: Thomas Hues
(This is the third and final part in a series about the interactions of BlogTalkRadio show host Thomas Hues with the beings known as the Sasquatch.) Thomas Hues wants to be able, one day, to go out into the woods, sit down with the Sasquatch, and swap stories as good friends do. “I really consider them my family at this point,” Hues says. “They’re nicer to me than most humans are.”

After two months of intensive research, he went out into the woods around his home near College Station, Texas, to find the Sasquatch. Hues wanted to know what these beings could teach him about himself. “I didn’t feel like humanity had anything else to teach me,” he explains. “I’ve had a real interesting school session for a couple of years now.”

Unlike many Sasquatch researchers, Hues never approached them as objects to be analyzed or game to be hunted. When he set out food, for example, he did not deploy it as a base station to lure them in for study or even worse.

“I set it up as a gift,” he says. “I also ate some of the food to show them it’s edible and it’s not going to poison or kill them.”

His first food gifts were apples and bananas. After he left an entire stalk of bananas, he received in return four wild turkey feathers, arranged in a rectangle on the chair where he had left the food the previous night. Wild turkeys are in the area but Hues has never seen one. Where the hell did you guys get wild turkey feathers?

Sasquatch and Infrasound
Many Sasquatch researchers talk about infrasound, which Hues explains is a sound energy that human beings cannot hear due to its very low frequency. It affects people, however, and can even upset them because infrasound causes shifts within the human energy field, or aura. While the Sasquatch do not use infrasound to injure human beings, they do employ it to help keep most people at a distance. For example, human visitors to the deep woods where the Sasquatch live sometimes get a sudden feeling that they should not be in the area.

Hues compares the experience to going into a restaurant or club and having an adverse response about being there. Sure enough, a fight breaks out or some other negative event transpires due to negative energy emanating from some of those present.

“The Sasquatch do the same thing,” he says. “They project—sometimes with a message, sometimes without a message — but it causes a primal instinct reaction with your whole body. They can make you very scared of them without you ever seeing them.”

The Sasquatch responded differently to Hues, however. They observed him closely when he was out in the woods and then started revealing themselves to him. His second sighting of a Sasquatch was in October of 2008. He was at the home of his parents, who were out of town.

“As I stepped out the door I saw him across the street,” Hues says. “The Sasquatch was about 50 yards away, hunkered down behind a bush, but the upper half of his body was still visible because he’s so big. The setting sun was glowing off his hair, which gave him kind of a red outline.”

After watching for at least 20 seconds, Hues turned his attention to getting down the porch steps, since he has vertigo and loses his balance easily. When he looked up again, the male was gone. “It was just a moment on frustration for me. You are three times my size. Why are you afraid of me? Why are you the one leaving?”

At 6-foot-7 inches tall, Hues is big by human standards. The Sasquatch he saw that evening easily dwarfed him. “This guy can literally call me midget. I had never run across anyone like that in my life,” he says.

This Sasquatch leaves a 21-inch footprint and is at least 5feet wide in the shoulder and more than 11 feet tall, making him big even for the Sasquatch. He turned out to be the mate of the female who was Hues’ first Sasquatch sighting.

Evolving Friendships
Hues has become close to this Sasquatch couple, whose names are Tukra and Shoana. “Shoana is the sister I’ve always wanted in this life,” he says.

Shoana had her first child in January. “I’ve been informed that in some point in the future, I will be a babysitter,” Hues says.

Tukra has something in common with Hues, which the latter suspects is one reason they have become such good friends. Just as Hues has experienced among human beings, Tukra has been shunned by many of the Sasquatch due to his large size.

In his experiences to date, Hues has located five different Sasquatch families in Texas alone. There are also larger groupings, such as the Raven Clan in Canada, which is the group Shoana comes from, the Bear Clan in Colorado, and the Wolf Clan in Texas.

According to Hues, Sasquatch customs dictate that he is not to ask their names, but rather what they want him to call them. Hues knows one Sasquatch as Stink because he doesn’t bathe too often, and another as Strychnine. He met a female he decided to call The Seer because she showed him intuitively that she could see multiple possible futures.

A few have given him their real names, such as Korlamee in New York, who is a sentinel for his tribe. Hues says he lives in the outer perimeter of the tribe’s territory and guards the area.

Although the Sasquatch know how to ferment fruits and vegetables and make their own alcohol, the Sasquatch who scared Hues’ friend, “Bill,” once asked for spiked watermelon. Since watermelons weren’t in season, Bill and Hues got cantaloupes and spiked those with ever clear. They left the laced fruit on the shore by a lake.

The next morning, Bill happened to overhear a woman sitting on a bench in front of a gas station talking about noises she heard the prior night. He asked her about it and she got up and pointed to an area close to the lake, the same spot where they had set out the spiked cantaloupes.

“Back over there,” the woman said. “I couldn’t tell if it was dogs, hogs, or what. But something was carrying on such a ruckus last night. They were just making a whole lot of noise over there.”

Bill left it at that.

If human beings were more willing to learn from them, the Sasquatch could help human beings explore their own spirituality, Hues maintains — just as they have done for him.

The Sasquatch and Survival
“We are capable of doing everything that they do,” he says. “It’s just that over time, through the brainwashing and dogmas and religion, it has been taken away from us. We’ve forgotten how to use it. They can teach humanity how to open up and be spiritual again. We don’t have to give up technology or anything about our way of life. We just need to reconnect with our own spirits and they can really show us that.”

According to Hues, when Sasquatch children begin to show how their intuitive abilities, the adults don’t tell them, “That’s not real. That’s your imagination.” The Sasquatch instead nurture these abilities within each child. “It’s important to their survival, and the way they live,” Hues explains.

In addition to befriending him and opening up his intuitive abilities, the Sasquatch have shown Hues an entirely different way of living on earth. He predicts they may be the ones who teach human beings how to survive if the shifts related to the 2012 cycle overwhelm current society.

“I would not have any objections whatsoever with just leaving human society and living with them,” he says. “I think those times might be coming anyway, the way the world is going.”[!gad](This is the third and final part in a series about the interactions of BlogTalkRadio show host Thomas Hues with the beings known as the Sasquatch.) Thomas Hues wants to be able, one day, to go out into the woods, sit down with the Sasquatch, and swap stories as good friends do. “I really consider them my family at this point,” Hues says. “They’re nicer to me than most humans are.”

After two months of intensive research, he went out into the woods around his home near College Station, Texas, to find the Sasquatch. Hues wanted to know what these beings could teach him about himself. “I didn’t feel like humanity had anything else to teach me,” he explains. “I’ve had a real interesting school session for a couple of years now.”

Unlike many Sasquatch researchers, Hues never approached them as objects to be analyzed or game to be hunted. When he set out food, for example, he did not deploy it as a base station to lure them in for study or even worse.

“I set it up as a gift,” he says. “I also ate some of the food to show them it’s edible and it’s not going to poison or kill them.”

His first food gifts were apples and bananas. After he left an entire stalk of bananas, he received in return four wild turkey feathers, arranged in a rectangle on the chair where he had left the food the previous night. Wild turkeys are in the area but Hues has never seen one. Where the hell did you guys get wild turkey feathers?

Sasquatch and Infrasound
Many Sasquatch researchers talk about infrasound, which Hues explains is a sound energy that human beings cannot hear due to its very low frequency. It affects people, however, and can even upset them because infrasound causes shifts within the human energy field, or aura. While the Sasquatch do not use infrasound to injure human beings, they do employ it to help keep most people at a distance. For example, human visitors to the deep woods where the Sasquatch live sometimes get a sudden feeling that they should not be in the area.

Hues compares the experience to going into a restaurant or club and having an adverse response about being there. Sure enough, a fight breaks out or some other negative event transpires due to negative energy emanating from some of those present.

“The Sasquatch do the same thing,” he says. “They project—sometimes with a message, sometimes without a message — but it causes a primal instinct reaction with your whole body. They can make you very scared of them without you ever seeing them.”

The Sasquatch responded differently to Hues, however. They observed him closely when he was out in the woods and then started revealing themselves to him. His second sighting of a Sasquatch was in October of 2008. He was at the home of his parents, who were out of town.

“As I stepped out the door I saw him across the street,” Hues says. “The Sasquatch was about 50 yards away, hunkered down behind a bush, but the upper half of his body was still visible because he’s so big. The setting sun was glowing off his hair, which gave him kind of a red outline.”

After watching for at least 20 seconds, Hues turned his attention to getting down the porch steps, since he has vertigo and loses his balance easily. When he looked up again, the male was gone. “It was just a moment on frustration for me. You are three times my size. Why are you afraid of me? Why are you the one leaving?”

At 6-foot-7 inches tall, Hues is big by human standards. The Sasquatch he saw that evening easily dwarfed him. “This guy can literally call me midget. I had never run across anyone like that in my life,” he says.

This Sasquatch leaves a 21-inch footprint and is at least 5feet wide in the shoulder and more than 11 feet tall, making him big even for the Sasquatch. He turned out to be the mate of the female who was Hues’ first Sasquatch sighting.

Evolving Friendships
Hues has become close to this Sasquatch couple, whose names are Tukra and Shoana. “Shoana is the sister I’ve always wanted in this life,” he says.

Shoana had her first child in January. “I’ve been informed that in some point in the future, I will be a babysitter,” Hues says.

Tukra has something in common with Hues, which the latter suspects is one reason they have become such good friends. Just as Hues has experienced among human beings, Tukra has been shunned by many of the Sasquatch due to his large size.

In his experiences to date, Hues has located five different Sasquatch families in Texas alone. There are also larger groupings, such as the Raven Clan in Canada, which is the group Shoana comes from, the Bear Clan in Colorado, and the Wolf Clan in Texas.

According to Hues, Sasquatch customs dictate that he is not to ask their names, but rather what they want him to call them. Hues knows one Sasquatch as Stink because he doesn’t bathe too often, and another as Strychnine. He met a female he decided to call The Seer because she showed him intuitively that she could see multiple possible futures.

A few have given him their real names, such as Korlamee in New York, who is a sentinel for his tribe. Hues says he lives in the outer perimeter of the tribe’s territory and guards the area.

Although the Sasquatch know how to ferment fruits and vegetables and make their own alcohol, the Sasquatch who scared Hues’ friend, “Bill,” once asked for spiked watermelon. Since watermelons weren’t in season, Bill and Hues got cantaloupes and spiked those with ever clear. They left the laced fruit on the shore by a lake.

The next morning, Bill happened to overhear a woman sitting on a bench in front of a gas station talking about noises she heard the prior night. He asked her about it and she got up and pointed to an area close to the lake, the same spot where they had set out the spiked cantaloupes.

“Back over there,” the woman said. “I couldn’t tell if it was dogs, hogs, or what. But something was carrying on such a ruckus last night. They were just making a whole lot of noise over there.”

Bill left it at that.

If human beings were more willing to learn from them, the Sasquatch could help human beings explore their own spirituality, Hues maintains — just as they have done for him.

The Sasquatch and Survival
“We are capable of doing everything that they do,” he says. “It’s just that over time, through the brainwashing and dogmas and religion, it has been taken away from us. We’ve forgotten how to use it. They can teach humanity how to open up and be spiritual again. We don’t have to give up technology or anything about our way of life. We just need to reconnect with our own spirits and they can really show us that.”

According to Hues, when Sasquatch children begin to show how their intuitive abilities, the adults don’t tell them, “That’s not real. That’s your imagination.” The Sasquatch instead nurture these abilities within each child. “It’s important to their survival, and the way they live,” Hues explains.

In addition to befriending him and opening up his intuitive abilities, the Sasquatch have shown Hues an entirely different way of living on earth. He predicts they may be the ones who teach human beings how to survive if the shifts related to the 2012 cycle overwhelm current society.

“I would not have any objections whatsoever with just leaving human society and living with them,” he says. “I think those times might be coming anyway, the way the world is going.”



Candace Talmadge writes about the intersection of unexplained mysteries and spirituality. Her blog is StoneScribe (www.healingstonebooks.com/stonescribe) and her speculative fiction is the Green Stone of Healing(r) series (www.greenstoneofhealing.com). Comments (18)


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Comment icon #9 Posted by Smugfish 14 years ago
The infrasound connection is interesting, although I prefer to think about neutrino particle beams being produced in the brain which are then detected by other individuals. In my model, Chewbacca could still communicate via ESP to Hans Solo even if he was floating outside the static Millennium Falcon in his spacesuit. Do you see the difference Mr Hues? Maybe oneday the hypothesis could be tested with a spacesuited bigfoot performing a spacewalk outside the International Space Station?! I don't wish my candid approach to be taken as insulting Hues, I'm simply being pragmatic with an underlying ... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by Leonardo 14 years ago
In my mind there would be no other way to relate to animals EXCEPT through some form of telepathy, considering the fact no one has ever figured out any verbal animal language they could reproduce with intent. May I ask why you are excluding the very obvious possibility that there simply is no "verbal animal language" to figure out? And why you are assuming that animals must have any form of language capable, as ours is, of communicating complex or abstract concepts?
Comment icon #11 Posted by T Hues 14 years ago
I don't wish my candid approach to be taken as insulting Hues, I'm simply being pragmatic with an underlying scientific interest. Thanks for your honesty in speaking out about an often ridiculed subject. I'm a believer incidentally, but also in vegetarian hyrax (a.k.a werewolves and menacing big dogs) which come in three sizes and also blooddrinking fourwinged birds (a.k.a ufos, orange orbs, chupacabras etc). I've had my fair share of ridicule too btw.. My respects to you for being honest and clarifying your statements. As far as the ridicule goes it's been obvious to me one of the only consta... [More]
Comment icon #12 Posted by StoneScribe 14 years ago
I have seen some of the photos you refer to as well, but since the photos do not belong to Thomas's, he did not think he had permission to publish them. Yes! It is all about respect. Thomas has never been anytbing but excruciatingly honest with me and respectful toward me, which went a long way toward helping convince me to tell his story. I had not been interested in the Sasquatch before, but he changed my viewpoint simply by being his honest and respectful self. There is a big lesson here for all of us. Mr. Hues actually shared his photos with me; very interesting! I had a lot of questions f... [More]
Comment icon #13 Posted by HMAY 14 years ago
My respects to you for being honest and clarifying your statements. As far as the ridicule goes it's been obvious to me one of the only constants about humanity is prejudice. That being said it's very nice to see other people still observing simple manners. Much appreciation sir. I am the formost EXPERT on the subject of OH,MAH . sasquatch bigfoot ect... ON THIS PLANET !! YOU DIG!! AND as such!! NOBODY and I MEAN NOBODY !! can talk BS about MY AMIGO!! T HUES, ok? ALL you HATERS out there, try to have a more open mind and mabe you will be able to play !CENTER! to a BIG BUCK sasquatch quarterbac... [More]
Comment icon #14 Posted by loganXman 14 years ago
I am the formost EXPERT on the subject of OH,MAH . sasquatch bigfoot ect... ON THIS PLANET !! YOU DIG!! AND as such!! NOBODY and I MEAN NOBODY !! can talk BS about MY AMIGO!! T HUES, ok? ALL you HATERS out there, try to have a more open mind and mabe you will be able to play !CENTER! to a BIG BUCK sasquatch quarterback,, JUST like T HUES,, haha i luv it!!!!! : )
Comment icon #15 Posted by regeneratia 14 years ago
Thank you Regenratia, it's nice to have people be respectful instead of acting like I owe them something. Much appreciation to you. I know. People engage the ego before anything else. It is always easy to see who does it most. Good luck with everything.
Comment icon #16 Posted by regeneratia 14 years ago
May I ask why you are excluding the very obvious possibility that there simply is no "verbal animal language" to figure out? And why you are assuming that animals must have any form of language capable, as ours is, of communicating complex or abstract concepts? I am not at all convinced the mass majority of people have complex or abstract thought. I think this world is filled with human automatons. You need to take a gander (pardon the pun) at what is out there regarding this: http://search.eurekalert.org/e3/query.html?qt=animal+communication&col=ev3rel&qc=ev3rel&x=10&y=10 http... [More]
Comment icon #17 Posted by devilmaycare 14 years ago
May I ask why you are excluding the very obvious possibility that there simply is no "verbal animal language" to figure out? And why you are assuming that animals must have any form of language capable, as ours is, of communicating complex or abstract concepts? Actually, I don't assume. Animals do have communication and it IS very much verbal, but on a faster wavelength or frequency than the slow humdrum nonsense that we normally have speeding around inside us as humans. If you don't know how to ask a question to a being which uses few verbal/vocal hints, you certainly can not expect any form ... [More]
Comment icon #18 Posted by Leonardo 14 years ago
Actually, I don't assume. Animals do have communication and it IS very much verbal, but on a faster wavelength or frequency than the slow humdrum nonsense that we normally have speeding around inside us as humans. If you don't know how to ask a question to a being which uses few verbal/vocal hints, you certainly can not expect any form of answer that would offer up any explanation of anything. And so being, you would think they don't communicate hardly at all. They use energy and pictures as well as sound itself (not just their own), but like I said, it all is a faster frequency than we are tu... [More]


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