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Our wisdom flows so sweet. Taste and see…

TRANSMIT - initiate the crypto signal - RECEIVE - initiate the Ts'emekwes call, - SIMPLY THE CALL OF THE WILD PERSONIFIED, WHICH SOME NATURES HEAR TO THEIR OWN DESTRUCTION - illumine the Local Legends of New England - WITNESS - The Sasquatch.

Entry 1
Blue Mountain, (600,390): Go up and over the conveyer belt to the Infected Sasquatch. Go past him and through the barn. After the barn, turn around and it will be between the right hand barn wall and the cliff face.
We see them, walking in from a past age, the wild children, one of Gaia's favourites. Were they a precursor to you, sweetling, or an improvement? A mystery in a footprint.

SCANNING… Into the deep woods of North America. To places of otherworldly calm. A scrap of fragrant hair caught on a thorn. Here, here! They've roamed this place since the beginning of the Fourth Age. With centuries-spanning lifespans and low birthrates, their numbers are never great. With a natural ability to channel anima, they can vanish and thrive. Intelligent, social, and highly spiritual. They walk in the blur.

Entry 2
Blue Mountain, (691,507): Behind a small stone shelter near Algernon's burrow.
SCANNING…New England. While many made their way to the Pacific Northwest, a small colony of the Sasquatch wandered to Solomon Island. The reopening of Agartha and the boiling dreams imprisoned below the mountain stirred them. They came out of their secluded dens, confused by the evil fog. Now the wild children cannot escape. The island teems with unnatural life. Their ancient enemies, the ak'ab, swarm them and confound them with their hive intelligence. Cruel wendigo and the hungry dead gnaw at their flanks. They need help, and there is the rub, sweetling. In their bedraggled state, they are more easily provoked to savagery by any intruder. Entry 3
Blue Mountain, (781,80): In the Sasquatch Glade, behind a small rock shelter.


Related Articles


  • Entry 1 - Ts'emekwes is the word for Sasquatch in the Lummi language.
  • Entry 1 - " SIMPLY THE CALL OF THE WILD PERSONIFIED, WHICH SOME NATURES HEAR TO THEIR OWN DESTRUCTION" is from the 1910 tale by Algernon Blackwood, "The Wendigo."

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