Kewaunee Lapseritis, AS, BA, MS, is a Holistic Health Consultant, Master Herbalist and Master Dowser with background in anthropology, psychology, conservation, and holistic health. His academic degrees are from: Greenfield Community College, Greenfield, Massachusetts; University of New Hampshire—Durham; North Adams State College, in North Adams, Massachusetts, and University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee. He also attended Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Kewaunee taught anthropology for one year at North Adams State College and later taught dowsing and psychic development at the Wisconsin Society for Psychic Reasearch—Milwaukee. As a world authority on the Bigfoot/Sasquatch phenomenon, he has meticulously researched the subject for the last 55 years. Mr. Lapseritis is also a social scientist and both a Sasquatch and ET “contactee.”
By Tony Miller on February 25, 2012
This book is a follow up and extension of Kewaunee’s, “The Psychic sasquatch and their UFO connection”. Overall, a fascinating read, compiling nearly 76 eyewitness encounters of sightings and interactions with the sasquatch beings, who the author refers to as PEOPLE, and not animals, or monsters, as they are often referred to. I tend to agree with that synopsis, based on people’s encounters with these large humanoids. They appear to be highly intelligent and evolved, based on eyewitness accounts, perhaps even MORE intelligent and evolved than humans.
This book delves a little more deeply into the “quantum” aspects of the phenomenon, tieing in the sasquatch to an ancient lineage of beings who were possibly brought here by ET civilizations, long before human beings rose up upon the earth. The quantum aspects are that these beings are highly evolved spiritually and psychically, using mental telepathy, and accessing dimensional portals to move between realities, appear and disappear, and also using psi-power to literally become invisible, and walk through solid objects such as walls, etc…It also goes into more accounts of a connection to people seeing UFO activity in the vicinity of the sasquatch, and even people encountering “star people” in conjunction with the huge humanoids. The author also says that there may be more than one type of sasquatch people, alluding that there may be actually 4 or more different sub-species of this being. One he refers to as “the ancient ones”, who are more human-like in their appearance than the more notorious, hairy, ape-like giants, who are more commonly reported.
By M. Hoxtell on May 18, 2012
By J.S.R. on January 2, 2014
I am a person who has had many paranormal experiences in my lifetime, and my encounters with sasquatch people have been no different. I went searching for answers for some of the strange experiences I was having, and learned about this book, and the author. I can relate to much of what he talks about, and enjoyed most of it, but some parts of it I feel an aversion for, which I’ll explain a little here.
I believe that beings of Light, who can move inter-dimensionally, are not getting caught up in our human dramas. Not without consequences, anyway. I don’t believe that they are here to help save the planet. I don’t believe that they call “God”, “God”, or even “Father”, “Son” or even “Mother”. I believe they are here to co-create their lives, just like each of us is here for. Our purpose in life is Joy, and that is what I believe their life purpose is. I don’t believe that they are angry, worried about the planet, or worried about humanity. They don’t have to have those physical bodies. They are in bodies as a choice, because they like the experience of it, just as the enjoy the experience of de-materializing and moving into other dimensions.
There was also much about the book that I felt gave me a great deal of validation about the strange things that have happened to me, in the past. I do believe that they are inter-dimensional. I do know that they can come to where you are, anywhere, inter-dimensionally. I have experienced their speaking with me, psychically. I have seen many things that are not explainable through conventional means. I really related to his story about being “teleported” across town, as that also happened to me, many years ago. I enjoyed much of the book, and feel that the author is honest.