What Are Hominoids?

“Hominoids” is the collective term for all the different species of bipedal apes, including Bigfoot and dozens of others. Technically a hominoid is any member of the biological superfamily of Hominoidea, including modern great apes, humans, and several extinct ancestors and relatives. The term has fallen from favor with modern scientists, who want to categorize humans and the so-called prehumans as “hominin.” Thus, “Hominoid” has been adopted by alternative researchers to describe the controversial family of upright walking hair-covered primates that live on every continent on Earth except Antarctica.

Lloyd Pye Explains Types Of Hominoid

The various hominoids around the world have adapted to live in different environments, and have very different physical appearances as well as different names given to them by the local people: Bigfoot in the U.S., Sasquatch in Canada, Yowie in Australia, Yeti and Abominable Snowman in the Himilayas, Alma in Eastern Europe, Pinyin and Yeren in China, Waterbobbejan in South Africa, Sisimite in Honduras, and various other names around the world.

These Hominoids are generally dismissed as delusion or superstition by the bulk of mainstream scientists, but a growing number of serious researchers and specialists are investigating the obvious fact that these primates exist and have existed on Earth for millions of years.

Groundbreaking work by specialists like the late Dr. Grover Krantz, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, and many others lends credence to the mass of evidence that includes films, audio recordings, hair and scat samples, foot and body prints, distinctively broken tree limbs and animal bones, and other signs of existence from these hair-covered bipeds.

Based on eye-witness accounts, historical records, and the array of prints, films, and other psychical evidence that has been analyzed, Hominoids are known to come in 4 basic types defined by size:

(1) Bigfoot/Sasquatch are by far the most famous at 7 to 10 feet tall, weighing 700 to 1000 pounds. They live in the deep, dense montane forests that surround the earth at high elevations in temperate latitudes.

(2) Abominable Snowman/Yeti types are human-sized but far more robust than humans, at 5 to 7 feet tall, weighing 500 to 700 pounds. They seem to live only in valleys in the Himalayan Mountain ranges, a combined area as large as the U. S. They are the most primate-like of the four main types, with similarities to chimps and gorillas in physiology and temperament.e”>

(3) Alma/Kaptar types are also human-sized, at 5 to 7 feet tall and weighing 500 to 700 pounds, and also living in dense forests around the world, but at lower elevations than bigfoot/sasquatch types. They are the most human-like of the three large types. Lloyd Pye’s Intervention Theory speculates that these types will prove to be living Neanderthals.

(4) Agogwe/Sedapa types are pygmy-sized at 3 to 4 feet tall and weighing 200 to 300 pounds, living in the thick sweeps of jungles that surround the earth along its equatorial regions. They seem to live in small groups or “tribes,” whereas the other three types are believed to function mostly as small independent family units.

The key point to make about these animals, and about the many other variations of names given to them around the world, is that such names simply would not exist if the creatures they are meant to describe did not exist. Where there is so incredibly much smoke, described in details that correspond astonishingly wherever they are found, surely it means a fire is burning, a fire whose flames will eventually reach and consume those who insist it can’t be real.