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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Skinwalkers

According to Navajo legend, Skinwalkers are witches that can take form by shape-shifting into different animals.

In a previous post, I wrote about the Skinwalker Ranch located in Northern Utah. Since then, I have come across a number of articles written about other people who have also had terrifying encounters with these creatures.

In, "A family encounters a creature from the dark side of Navajo legend", Stephen Wagner writes about a horrifying experience a family had while driving late at night through the Navajo Indian Reservation.

The thought of witches turning into animal-like creatures seems crazy. However, I am convinced that the majority of people saw something they truly believed to be unnatural. Many of these people have been emotionally scarred by what happened to them, and their health has suffered as a result. As with alien abductees and close encounters, those in the right state of mind to begin with, now struggle to live normal lives after their experiences.

6 comments:

Kevin said...

Spooky stuff :)

Aura said...

It is stories like this one that really creep me out. The more I research into this, the more I find. Scary stuff....

Thanks for stopping by Kevin :)

ClearlyEnlight said...

These spirits are lower wicked entities which are shape shifters. There are three basic types of lower entities. A shape shifter is one of them which can change shapes and disappear quickly.

Aura said...

I will have to look into the other 2...thanks clearlyenlight.

ClearlyEnlight said...

Aura, the other two are Reptilians which are the meanest since they have hooks. Then there are Demons. There are a variety of Demons, such as Great Demons to just a normal demon.

They are all lower entities that have been demoted from spirit (angel) state into form, although invisible to human eyes. Basically they get their energy from human emotion, Anger, fear, worry.

Aura said...

With so many people carrying those emotions, they must be pretty strong. Thanks for the info.