Archive for the ‘Nessie’ Category

Paid cryptozoologist?

February 29, 2008

Nobody pays anyone .  You do it free, or forget it.

Jon-Erik Beckjord

BEWARE MONSTER TV FILMS ON CRYPTOZOOLOGY-ALL FALSE INFO

January 12, 2008

Since people no longer read, and just watch tv, beware tv movies with

a cryptozoological theme, such as BIGFOOT or The Loch Ness Monster, or “CRYPTOZOOLOGISTS” .

Note that BIGFOOT HARMS NO ONE, NESSIE DOES NOT EAT FISHERMEN,

AND CRYPTOZOOLOGISTS DO NOT CARRY TEN DIFFERENT KINDS OF GUNS, PISTOLS AND PULSE WEAPONS FROM STAR WARS.

There are no caves and tunnels going from Loch Ness to the sea, for if there were,

the Loch would drain down 55 feet, like a bathtub. Nessie does not sleep in a cave.

There are not enough fish to support a tribe of zoological Nessies, and the water is too cold for a reptile.

Bigfoot does not eat kids but it does rescue them and bring them back to camp.

Bigfoot is available as a “Spokes-bigfoot” for ISUZU suvs and trucks, since it was

photographed standing next to one. Contact us for photos and details. 925-385-0422

Now it is true we did contribuite to the macho image of a cryptozoologist with our 1976

photo of ourself wearing beard, leather brimmed hat, a 16mm movie camera mounted on a gun-stock and a manic look in the eye, in the Lummi Reservation in NW WA. But we had

our super-secret NASA pulse-weapons in the truck, out of range of the camera. ūüôā

monsterfinder@gmail.com

BOY SCOUTS TO GET UNOFFICIAL CRYPTOZOOLOGY MERIT BADGE VIA ONLINE CZ COURSE.

January 6, 2008

Breaking News:  Press release   1/6/08

 

The INTERNATIONAL CRYPTOZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY  of Berkeley,CA,

announced today they will offer an on-line CZ course in Feb, for 4 sessions,

covering Bigfoot, Nessie, Big Bird, cryptids, cryptozoology as a field, famous films,

evidence and lack of same, and that as part of the course, Boy Scouts may earn an unofficial CZ Merit badge, that someday  may become official. 

 

The fee is $99 and will be taught on-line.  payment is by http://www.paypal.com

with recipient    monsterfinder@gmail.com   Teacher is an Eagle Scout with experience

running three CZ land museums, and 31 yrs fieldwork, plus two college degrees.  Details 925-385-0422 

JACOBS PENNA BIGFOOT PHOTOS VALID AFTER ALL. NOT BEAR.

November 3, 2007

I have been doing some work with these photos and no matter how you change contrast or brightness, negative or positive imaging, or use a solarizing filter, the creature in questions fur / coat never resembles the two black bear cubs in the same photo series in any way. I am attatching a .zip file of 3 pics I have been working with for your observation…they have not been manipulated in any way, I simply enlarged, and then used a solarizing filter…very interesting to say the least.Thanks as always…
KG

Thanks to this reader, we now find the real salt lick, which is a cube, and note that the

sphere in photo no. 3 by Jacobs camera-trap has the same texture as the entire creature, and does NOT match the rocks nor trees,etc. Looking at bear anatomy, the legs are way,way too long and limber, and the forelimbs are much longer tha the backlimbs. The lack of a heel matches some of the frames of the Patterson-Gimlim Film, and thus is no big deal.

See image of creature (upside-down) Head of OOBE BIgfoot

Jacobs has something — perhaps a tulpa, a dream manifestation that thinks it needs to hang around where bears used to be. There is a humanoid face on the large sphere-cranium in photo no. 3, which is best viewed upsidedown.

See also photo at http://www.beckjord.com/bigfoot/

Bravo Rick Jacobs, Johnsonburg,PA

Jon-Erik Beckjord 925-385-0422

Note the image is upside-down on purpose, and it is not a horse’s head, which from a distance¬† it may appear. It is a primate, with a circle around its head, flipped upside-dpwn for viewing.

Dr. Robert Rines of Loch Ness joins ICS

September 4, 2007
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The ICS is not the same as the ISC, which is defunct. However, we have 5 PhDs on the Board of Advisorsand now famed Dr Robert Rines has agreed to join the Board of Advisors, which also has Nessie filmer Dick Raynor on it, and also Dr. Peter Rubec, marine biologist.  (Raynor is ambivalent -modesty Рabout

what is in his 1967 film, but we feel it is similar to our own 1983 film, and both show a Nessie).

We welcome Dr Rines and wish him good health.

                     Jon-Erik Beckjord, MBA, Director