Today in Bigfoot History | 2006 | Yakama Nation: Bigfoot Research is Bad Medicine

Posted by: Guy Edwards on April 7th, 2013

Bigfoot Lunch Club

Mel Skahan is a Native American of the Yakama Nation

I have talked to a few Elders and some of them believe that [Bigfoot Research] is bad medicine –Mel Skahan; Forester; Yakama Nation

In an article published in 2006 we take interest in a comment about bad medicine. What is bad medicine? If you are like me it is cherry-flavored cough syrup, or the only part you sing out load in a Bon Jovi song. Cryptomundians are for more clever and as most of you know Native American “medicine” is not necessarily something you ingest to heal you, it is more like a synonym for power. In other words, Native American medicine is more like the Force in Star Wars and bad medicine is more like pursuing the dark side of the force. Another point of interest to us is this: even though Yakama Nation history predates the white man, it was not until the white man’s arrival that the Sasquatch stopped hanging out with humans. As the story goes, they did not like the technology we brought.

Read the 2006 article that interviews Mel Skahan and his ongoing research, despite his elder’s wishes, at Bigfoot Lunch Club.

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Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event

2 Responses to “Today in Bigfoot History | 2006 | Yakama Nation: Bigfoot Research is Bad Medicine”

  1. Hank S responds:

    Bigfoot is bad medicine?

    Well that completely invalidates a claim by a certain Jersey-bred band that your love was indeed just like that.

  2. Goodfoot responds:

    Of COURSE it’s the technology! It would have been the first thing they noticed about us. That, and our misplaced, unshakable faith in it… JESUS, I would run TOO!!

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