In my previous post yesterday concerning the discovery of the legendary white stone city known as La Ciudad Blanca and as the City of the Monkey God in Honduras I posted the following:
“Of interest also is that the Playa Indians told Morde of a story involving how a monkey had stolen three women and bred with them giving birth to half-monkey and half-human children. Morde said the native name for the monkey was Urus which translates into “sons of the hairy men.” He said he was told that their fathers or forefathers were the Ulaks who were half men and half spirits who lived on the ground walking upright (bipedal) and had the appearance of great hairy ape-men! SOUND SIMILAR TO DESCRIPTIONS OF BIGFOOT ANYONE? Similar tales were also told to other researchers in the coming years including anthropologist James Taggart.”
The stories of the ape-men are very intriguing to me. I myself heard the legends long ago in Mexico and Central America but always thought the fabled city was just that…a fable. Yet, here we are in 2015 and the city has actually been discovered so it has been brought out of fable and myth and into reality! That in itself is highly interesting but the story of the Urus and Ulaks is even more interesting.
The story goes that the Urus were the offspring result of mating between 3 human women and a monkey who had kidnapped them. Urus means “sons of the hairy men.” Their fathers and forefathers were known as the Ulaks and they walked on two legs on the ground (bipedal) and were half men and half spirits and who had the appearance of great hairy ape-men as well.
Here’s a question. There are NO APES IN THE AMERICAS! There are monkeys but no large apes like gorillas, chimps, or orangutans that we know of. So HOW did the people who built this city known what an ape looked like??? And was their “god” an ape or something else that resembles an ape in looks? Of course, I’m suggesting that maybe these people were not worshipping an ape at all but Bigfoot! I know…OUTRAGEOUS! Whatever….
I happen to believe Bigfoot is real and I believe that because I’ve seen these creatures in the wilds with my own eyes during my explorations. I used to be VERY sceptical about their existence but over the years seeing them myself I’ve concluded that these creatures ARE real although RARE. And NO I do NOT believe many of the stories people tell about encountering these creatures because if I believed all of the tales then I’d have to conclude that there’s a Bigfoot in every alleyway and on every street corner!! But there aren’t! In fact, I think the creatures are rare and I’m not sure what they are (although I have some pretty good ideas what they might be) but they do exist so it IS possible that the people who build the Monkey God City encountered Bigfoot and took it to be a god. And if that is so then they’d certainly known what Bigfoot looked like and they could carve a statue of it. But since there are no apes in the Americas that we know of how could they carve a giant ape not knowing what apes are or look like?
I’ve posed my idea to a Bigfoot researcher I’ve been following for awhile named Mitch Waite. Mitch is actually one of the more trustworthy and legitimate Bigfoot researchers in my opinion. He’s minus all the hype and just goes out in the field and does his research trying to learn about Bigfoot in Arizona and he actually has done some excellent research. You can find is YouTube channel and website at the following links:
It will be interesting to hear what Mitch Waite thinks about this and I’ll post it here when he replies. In the meantime I think it would be AMAZING if the builders of this City of the Monkey God were actually worshipping Bigfoot as their god and, frankly if so, that just blows me away!!