QUESTION: Masters I’m fascinated by the Dogmen sightings. Similar to Big Foot sightings, except these are bipedal wolf creatures looking like werewolves. Dogmen researchers are trying to figure out what they are. Some native American tribes say they are spirits who can take a physical form. What are Dogmen and what spiritual purpose do they have, if any? ~Maarit, Finland

ANSWER: There is a whole study of all the various types of animals that have been observed and imagined on planet Earth. It is called cryptozoology. Animals that have not been classified, authenticated, or captured, or whose remains have not been found, are called crypts or cryptids. Currently studied crypts are your Dogmen, Yetis, Big Foot, Sasquatch, The Loch Ness Monster, and many regional sightings of animal and animal/human hybrids.

“Nessie” (The Loch Ness Monster) has just recently been identified by several groups as a gigantic eel. A hybrid dog killed in Michigan was seen walking on its hind feet while attacking a chicken coop and was identified as a dogman. Unless there are enough specimens to identify features a cryptid shares with previously recognized and identified animals, what is found or observed is thought to just be a hybrid, a deformity, or a hoax.

All souls are broken off from Source and have the same powers and abilities of Source. That means they can create or manifest anything they set their mind to produce. Some souls take this to the point of shifting from one outer covering into another that will serve a purpose they seek at the time. Another soul, also having a human experience, will be able to see these creations only if they believe that they are possible.

All these cryptids, if not manufactured by someone to perpetrate a hoax on another, are the products of souls who are on their journey of existing in the duality of the Earth. It is a way for them to experiment and gain knowledge and understanding about the possibilities for a soul while in a physical form.