Friday, December 07, 2007

Yetis: beyond the mysterious

Yeti: Descendants of Hanuman

"As a curious note, many Hindus also believe that the yeti. - the
mysterious "abominable snowmen" who are thought to inhabit the
inaccessible heights of the Himalayas - may be the descendants of
Hanuman and his apelike but intelligent people," Noorbergen, Rene said
in his book 'Lost Races: New Discoveries of Advanced Secrets of the
Technology in Ancient..'
God made Universe: Monkeys made Ram Setu

Now 'Big Foot', not Big B or Big Brother

Abominable Snowman Yeti are usually said to be six feet tall or even
taller. They have very large feet, about 20 inches long. As a matter
of fact, it is from where its name "Bigfoot" was derived. They are
heavily built, hairy and apelike with their dark or reddish brown fur
and their facial features quite resemble those of a human being. Their
means of communication are grunts, cries, or whistles.

Destination Truth found truth of Yeti

"We are happy to say that we have found footprints of yeti. And the
snowman is no more a legend for us now," Joshua Gates, the team leader
of the expedition of the American television channel Destination
Truth, told the media on Nov 30, 2007 as reported media now.

Photo of Yeti's footprint auctioned

Before that a photo that might be the best evidence of the yeti was
sold on Sept 25, 2007, for £ 3,500 at in auction I London. The
mysterious foot print was photographed in the Nepal-Tibet border
region of the Himalayas in 1951 by a team of mountaineers heading for

Some scientists that viewed the photographs could not identify the
tracks as from any known creature. Others, though, felt it was
probably the trail of a languar monkey or red bear. They noted the
tracks in snow, melted by the sun, can change shape and grow larger.

Father of Tenzing Norge saw Yeti

Many people have claimed to have seen the Yeti. Among those include
the father of Tenzing Norge Sherpa, the first person to climb Everest.

Britney in Yeti Fur Jacket

Former BFFs and crotchograph compadres, Paris Hilton and Britney
Spears, in tlhe midnight of New Year at the Scandinavian Style Mansion
-- but this time, the only flashing came from photogs!
Although the two walked out together, Britz and her Yeti fur jacket
took off for another destination -- while Miss P hopped into her car,
put on makeup ... and then ducked back into the party!

Writer Sean Curtis wrote in his book titled 'Steal this book too':

"The Yeti is referred to by other names, depending on the geographical
area of the sighting or the legend. In Nepal, three Snowman types are
known: the very large Yeti, known to be vegetarian except in cases
where lack of food drives them into becoming omnivorous; a smaller
variety that is destructive and carnivorous; and the creature often
referred to as Rakshi-Bompo, which is smaller, often mischievous,
raids crops, and known to flee from the approach of humans.
The Rakshi-Bompo may have derived its name from a beast referred to in
the Indian epic poem, the Ramayana. This third or fourth century poem
includes passages that tell of the existence of demons called Raksha,
which is often described as having as similar appearance to that of a
In different areas of the Himalayas, the Yeti has been called Bang,
Bangjakri, Ban Vanas, and Van Manas, among other variations. In the
Russian Caucasus, tales and evidence of Yeti type creatures

Is the Yeti a sub-human animal, desedants of Hanuman that is yet to be
discovered? Chistian Italian origin's led Congress led UPA Govt denied
the existence of Ram in the Supreme Court. Jairam Ramesh a minister
criticized the Cultural Minister Ambika Soni. Because of this sin he
ihas been thrown away now from the think tank of Congress which is
created by Sonia Gandhi.
Can the same UPA govt dare to file the same type of affidavit on the
non-existance of Christ?
Bofors to Ramdrohi Affidavit

Yeti on the Roof of the World

The Himalaya Mountains, the highest range on Earth, have been referred
to as the "roof of the world." If that is so, there is a mystery
called the Yeti in our attic. In Tibetan the word means "magical
creature" and truly it is a seemingly supernatural enigma in the shape
of a hairy, biped creature that resembles a giant ape.
China discovers "new" glaciers on roof of world: Water for millions at

1925 Tombazi found Yeti

Stroies of Aborinamal go back to 1925 when other climbers had glimpsed
it. A.M.Tombazi in the area of Sikkim also made an earlier sighting of
a possible hominid creature, in 1925. Although attributed to the Yeti,
the sighting could have also been that of another creature possibly
related to, and resembling, the Yeti.

"Unquestionably, the figure in outline was exactly like a human being,
walking upright and stopping occasionally to uproot or pull at some
dwarf rhododendron bushes," said Tombazi, "It showed up dark against
the snow and, as far as I could make out wore no clothes."

The creature disappeared before Tombazi could take a photograph and
was not seen again. The group was descending, though, and the
photographer went out of his way to see the ground were he had spotted
the creature. Tombazi found footprints in the snow.

"They were similar in shape to those of a man, but only six to seven
inches long by four inches wide at the broadest part of the foot. The
marks of five distinct toes and the instep were perfectly clear, but
the trace of the heel was indistinct..."

There were 15 prints to be found. Each was one and one half to two
feet apart. Then Tombazi lost the trail in thick brush. When the
locals were asked to name the beast he'd seen they told him it was a
"Kanchenjunga demon."

As mentioned above in the book of Sean Curtis, Ramayan tells the
existence of demons called Raksha, which is often described as having
as similar appearance to that of a Yeti.
Rambhakt in foreign land and Ramdrohi in Bharatbhumi! Why?

Tombazi didn't think he'd seen a demon, but he couldn't figure out
what the creature was either. Perhaps he'd seen a wandering Buddhist
or Hindu ascetic or hermit. As the years went by though and other Yeti
stories surfaced, Tombazi began to wonder if he'd seen one too.

Many more people have claimed that they saw the Yeti. Among those who
have seen a Yeti include the father of Tenzing Norge Sherpa, the first
conqueror to Everest.

Some local Sherpa believe that the Himalayas are abodes of strange
creatures and consider the Yeti (also popularly known as the
"abominable snowman") as a protector. Others say it is a destroyer.

In 1938 Yeti nursed Captain d'Auvergue

One closer encounter with a Yeti occurred in 1938. Captain d'Auvergue,
the curator of the Victoria Memorial in Calcutta, India, was traveling
the Himalayas by himself when he became snowblind. As he neared death
from exposure he was rescued by a nine foot tall Yeti that nursed him
back to health until d'Auvergue was able to return home by himself.

Encounter of a Sherpa Girl with the Yeti

One Sherpa girl, who was tending her yaks, described being surprised
by a large ape-like creature with black and brown hair. It started to
drag her off, but seemed to be startled by her screams and let her go.
It then savagely killed two of her yaks. She escaped with her life and
the incident was reported to the police, who found footprints.

The London Daily Mail sent an expedition in 1954. American oil men Tom
Slick and F. Kirk Johnson financed trips in 1957, 58, and 59. Probably
the most well-known expedition went in 1960.

The Yeti is said to make random appearances around the Khumbu region
(i.e. at foothills of the Everest.) Still doubted for its existence
by those who have not seen it, the Yeti is known to eat Yaks, sheep,
etc. Many people feel, however, the Yeti of the Nepali Himalayas to
be a peaceful creature.