Mayan "God Monkey"

The René Dahinden Wing is dedicated to a no-nonsense Bigfooter who is desperately needed these days for all the wild imaginations that are running wild these days.
Forum rules
This forum will sometimes contain copyrighted information, however, it is placed here under Title 17

Not withstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.
admin
MABRC Chief Forum Administrator, MABRC Executive Director
MABRC Chief Forum Administrator, MABRC Executive Director
Posts: 2741
Joined: Sat Oct 12, 2019 9:34 am

Mayan "God Monkey"

Post by admin » Sat Nov 09, 2019 8:14 pm

Carvings from Copan said to represent the fearsome "God Monkey" Batz.
copan mexico monkey god.jpg
untitled.png
untitled.png (104.49 KiB) Viewed 4186 times
Batz was originally a human who was transformed into a were monkey by the gods for a slight. However
his powerful new form led him to resist the gods and become the god of Wind, slayer of the daylight at dusk,
and a divine force of reckoning and history. At least according to some versions of the myth.
bigfoot_face02.jpg
bigfoot_face02.jpg (46.59 KiB) Viewed 4186 times
Anthropologists claim he is simply a representative of a howler monkey, but I suspect he may be a pre-Columbian
representation of a sasquatch. The Mayans appear to have been connected to the mound builders, who were the
ancestors of the Muskogean speaking tribes. The language, the cultural artifacts, and the presence of items crafted
in the south being present in the Yucatan all link the cultures.
A Mississippian priest (based on carvings from the Spiro mound)
A Mississippian priest (based on carvings from the Spiro mound)
It would seem quite probable that on trade routes from the Crosstimbers and the Southern Forests that the cultures
would have at some point encountered sasquatch, if they didn't have them there in Central America. And that is a very
big unlikely if. The Mayans were not the only Mesoamerican culture carving anthropoid ape-men.

Return to “The René Dahinden Wing”


  • You do not have permission to post in chat.
@ admin « Tue 1:35 am »
Hey Yankeesearch, didn’t even know you were in chat, now you have the bug so bad you will have to keep going out to see another one. :)
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:56 am »
Anyway, as I stand before God, I did not make this up!
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:55 am »
Not saying it was Sq/BF/DM/Yeti... but it was strange. And I am locking my doors tonight for sure! :lol:
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:54 am »
And just I was turning away, I thought I heard snort -- which could have been deer or maybe cattle... but... I do not know.
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:53 am »
I did not have the creepy feeling I normally get in these situations... so I really do not know what to make of it.
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:53 am »
One detail I forgot to mention: the whoop had almost a human like talk after it on both occasions.
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:52 am »
I walked back to the other side, and thought I heard a knock...
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:51 am »
Cattle about 1/8th mile away disappeared... and strangely at that location: it sounded like something banged the metal fence. Not loud... but never ever heard it before tonight.
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:50 am »
Two whoops... and some deer scattering (they may have been scattering because of me).
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:50 am »
From 6:20 PM to maybe 6:45 PM CST
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:49 am »
I may have just had an encounter!
@ yankeesearch « Tue 12:46 am »
Hi gang! I know it has been a long time...
@ BrianDriver « Sat 12:59 pm »
Good quality pics. How long were the cams out?
@ admin « Thu 9:09 pm »
Just to get the chat going, it’s going to take some time to move over all the data, but in the end, hope everyone likes the layout here.

Who is chatting