Does the Loch Ness monster exist? How about Sasquatch? If Sasquatch exists, can inter-species communication tell us about their history? If the Loch Ness monster exists, how long has it been around and what became of its family?
by Theresa Nygard
Joan Ocean, famous for her connections with dolphins, has spent a great deal of time camping in areas where she has encountered and communicated with Sasquatch families, mostly through personal notes back and forth between Ms. Ocean and these inter-dimensional beings. Joan writes that the Sasquatch can read, write, shape-shift, project their voices, create infrasound that affects the environment, and de-materialize. Her detailed and delightful photos, souvenirs, and accounts of her relationship with these Sasquatch families are recounted on her website.
In the case of our Species Link Voice of Experience respondents, all believed in the existence of these beings, with their perspectives in harmonious agreement. And many had similar impressions of these beings after tuning in. Chapter eight of Penelope Smith’s When Animals Speak has a mention of Penelope’s experience as a Yeti (Himalayan species similar to the Sasquatch of North America) in the section called Messengers between Realms. –SV
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Penelope Smith has had many experiences with beings who can navigate dimensions, appearing in this realm and disappearing at will. “Sasquatch or Yeti and the Loch Ness ‘monsters’ are some of them. They do exist in Earth reality,” she says.
Shirley Scott is one of the respondents expressing the idea that behind every myth, there is some truth. She’s been in remote wooded areas of northern Oregon and southern Washington when she has received messages from the Sasquatch. “They’re a very peaceful group who live much longer than we do. 150 years is not an uncommon Sasquatch lifetime. I’ve promised them I wouldn’t give out too much information, as they want to be left alone. But about four years ago, I got a message that a baby had been born.”
Heidi Wright has communicated with Sasquatch on numerous occasions. “For a very long time, a particular family of Sasquatch would come to me in my meditations, and acted as guides for me. I believe that they are inter-dimensional beings, or at least that they are able to exist on a varied vibrational plane. I have asked them about their history and purpose on this planet, and received the same information on several occasions. They told me that they have been here for thousands of years, but that they have always been reclusive. During one session, I saw a Sasquatch near a Neanderthal humanoid. That suggested a time frame of thousands if not millions of years. Their species has always been secretive, but advanced. They have family units, but prefer to leave no trace. They are highly telepathic and this is why they are able to avoid detection or capture; humans think so loudly that they hear us coming. Some Native Americans have tribal lore that teaches that Sasquatch can make themselves invisible to humans. I think this is also possible. I have taken many trips to the woods, and have felt a presence watching me, even in open meadows. When I focus, I sense their energy, but don’t see them with my eyes.
“As for Nessie, after watching a documentary about a group of scientists using sonar on Loch Ness to detect large forms, I felt inclined to try to contact Nessie. I was able to feel a presence, and then communicate with it. My first question was why didn’t they find you with sonar? The being I connected with told me that they simply sat still on the bottom, and the sonar would make them look like rocks. I was told they are able to stay submerged for a very long time. I also got images of underground caves or tunnels connecting with the bottom of the lake which made it easy to conceal themselves. I asked if they wanted to be found, and the response was a resounding no,” she says.
Visit to Loch Ness
Penelope Smith has a familial connection to Loch Ness. “My father was born in Scotland, and I feel a strong bond with Celtic music, art, and history, so I visited Scotland in 1971, ending up staying there until late 1975. On my way through immigration into Scotland, an official asked me why I was coming into the country. I told him I came to visit my aunts in Glasgow and I was also interested in communicating with the Loch Ness ‘monster.’ He seemed pleased and validated my quest with his own belief in Nessie’s existence.
“While I never saw Nessie or her/his family when I visited Loch Ness, I could feel her/his presence and the presence of others of her/his kind in the lake. While I lived in Scotland, I communicated with this family of beings, who appeared to be dinosaurs who survived the extinction of their kind.
“There were four beings that I could see with my long distance telepathic vision – two were larger and like the parents of the family (male and female). The two smaller dinosaurs (also male and female) appeared to be the children. They showed me how the ‘Nessie family’ went into a kind of hibernation or slowed-down physical existence in the depths of Loch Ness, calculated to be over 750 feet deep in some parts of the 22 square mile lake, with an average depth of 430 feet. They were able to live on lake vegetation but needed little sustenance, since their bodies did not expend much physical energy. After years of a kind of suspended animation meditation in the dark depths of Loch Ness, they became multi-dimensional beings and could transfer to other dimensions at will.
“While these beings surface occasionally and have been sighted by human observers, they have little need to breathe air and derive what little oxygen they need from the water through their pores and their plant ingestion. There is no reproduction of their kind, and they have not developed or grown since slowing down their metabolism in the deep waters. Their presence is peaceful and reminds me of the ancient whales who live in a slowed state of animation at the bottom of the ocean as elders of their kind.”
Maia Kincaid also believes myths exist because there is something behind them. “The Loch Ness monster claims to exist and has long survived its family. The family died due to changing climate and environment that made it very difficult to continue thriving as they once did. This one individual remains as a sole remnant of its past—a reminder of magic that was much more common and understood in other times of our human history.
“Like the Loch Ness monster, Sasquatch speaks of its presence and the need and habit of living in hiding. It talks of being a distant relative to our species cut off long ago by geological changes. It wants to connect but is afraid. They live individually and in small bands mostly in isolated mountainous areas of the Himalayas (where they are called Yeti or Abominable Snowmen), but also in some parts of the world where on very rare occasions they might intersect the paths of humans. There are some in the farther northern regions of North America.”
Penelope Smith recounts that there are other beings who used to live on Earth and traveled inter-dimensionally, such as dragons and unicorns, who now only live in other dimensions. She finds they all their own way of being and specific purposes in the multi-dimensional scheme of things.