Justified & Ancient
- Oct 18, 2009
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Pathetic, I'm sorry there's nothing else to say.
I wonder what they'd make of you?Definitely not mistaken-identity. The aboriginals are a bit rough-looking but clearly human. They said gorilla head and long arms. I imagine there was some longer hair throughout as well.
This is a Desert man of high degree. I will call him NgumanJiya. He is the receptacle of knowledge of the natural world and the Tjukurpa [The Dreaming] for possibly over forty thousand years. He can repeat what the generations saw when the interior changed from forest to desert, Old Men who watched the Spencer Gulf flood due to the ending of the last European ice age have spoken through Him, Those who hunted Mega Fauna speak through him. This knowledge has been repeated orally, word perfect, for possibly sixteen hundred generations, and he has repeated it to numerous young aboriginal men who have gone through the 5 levels of Aboriginal Law. He will have made them repeat it back to Him until it was word perfect.Definitely not mistaken-identity. The aboriginals are a bit rough-looking but clearly human. They said gorilla head and long arms. I imagine there was some longer hair throughout as well.
The 'Brown Jack' or 'Little Brown Jack' label is most often applied to a smaller version of the yowie. Some accounts blur the distinction or even attribute the 'brown jack' label to the yowie.I have a memory of reading something about Brown Jack or Black Jack. A type of humanoid creature related to the aborigines. Does that ring a bell with anyone?
https://cliffbarackman.com/finding-...inding-bigfoot-season-three-australian-yowie/In Australia, they call their giant hairy bigfoot-like creature a “yowie.” As it turns out, there is a long history of sightings of not only yowies, but a smaller variety that they refer to as a “brown jack.” I was a bit surprised at this, but the consistency of reports clearly indicates the presence of both species. Yowies seem to match the description of the typical North American bigfoot, but brown jacks are smaller, rarely exceeding four feet in height.
https://cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/yowieland/Aboriginal lore supports the existence of smaller hairy men in Australia, the yuuri (pronounced ‘yawri’, not unlike yowie) or ‘brown jack’, which fulfill a similar role to that of European elves and leprechauns – they guard certain places, grant favours and play tricks on people. The yowie certainly seems to have more in common with these creatures than they do conventional flesh-and-blood primates or relict hominids.
http://www.unexplainedaustralia.com/22-cryptozoology/108-junjudee-australia-s-little-hairy-manThe Junjudee is Australia’s “little hairy man” opposed to our “big hairy man” the Yowie. It is also called the Njimbin, Junjari, Junjurrie plus other names depending on the region or indigenous language of the Australian Aborigines, of which there are many dialects. They are sometimes known as “brown jacks” by European Australians. Most researchers agree that Junjudee are not young or juvenile Yowies.
The Jundudee is described as being 3-4 feet tall, covered in thick hair three to four inches in length of varying colour. Short with a thick and stocky frame with an ape like face.
Saw this on another site earlier today. It's very hard to tell exactly what it is we're seeing here.Supposed film of yowie head and eyeshine. Looks like a couple of Christmas tree light to me. http://micetimes.asia/in-australia-photographed-red-eyed-bigfoot/