the REAL Curse of the Skinwalker?!

FULL VIDEO – the REAL Curse of the SkinWALKER

The SHOCKING NEW Evidence that reveals the REAL Curse of the Skinwalker

PHOTO CORRECTION: At 12:32 and 23:00 is a Photo of Navajo Yeibichei NOT Skinwalkers **SEE BELOW**

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** PHOTO CORRECTION: At 12:32 is a Photo of Navajo Yeibichei are NOT Skinwalkers. There are twelve Diyin (Holy) Diné (People) who are commonly invoked in prayers, songs, and ceremonies. While there are others, the primary figures at the forefront of these rituals are Haashch’eyálti’í (Talking God), the male leader, and Haashch’eehowan (Female Talking God). These two deities play a central role in all ceremonies. They are the Yeibichei depicted in this photo – I apologize for the mistake while editing.

Yebichei are NOT Skinwalkers

History of Skinwalker Ranch and the Brigham Young Connection – Skinwalker Ranch has a long history of paranormal encounters with a Shapeshifting entity that transforms from human into wolf in order to CURSE and kidnap children. The ghost of the Skinwalker is embedded into the folklore of the culture since the days of Brigham Young. Is there evidence that Chief Wakara was nicknamed Chief Walker by Brigham Young, and their illegal slave trading while dressed in wolf skins to hide their identity may be the original legend of the SkinWalker. Allegedly Chief Wakara was Chief Walker of the WALKER Wars and was known as “Lord of the Slaves” for stealing Navajo children and selling them to Brigham Young and the Mormons, who refused to stop, and did not return them to their families a short distance away. Did the name of Chief Wakara become Chief Walker who is now the shape shifting wolf man of Skinwalker Ranch? What is the real history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints leader Brigham Young and his SECRET dealings with Chief Walker?

Did Brigham Young nickname Chief Wakara – Chief Walker – which lead to the legend of the Skinwalker shapeshifter that would steal people at night, and was the Mormon church involved in this for decades when they could have stopped it?

Links and References: The Walker War Reconsidered | Ryan Elwood Wimmer | Brigham Young University – Provo

Journal of Discourses | Indian Hostilities and Treachery—Excitement—Covetousness—Consequences of Obedience and of Disobedience—Policy Towards the Indians—Walker and His Band—Vigilance | Brigham Young Wakara’s War – Wiki

Navajo Nation History and Maps

History of the Southern Ute Tribe

Nevada Millionaire Buys Utah Ranch

Frequent Fliers – First EVER publication of Skinwalker Ranch

Historical Photo Credit and Sources

Chris Bartel:

Chief Wakara tribute File: Invitation to Sanpete by Jerry Anderson.jpg

Brigham Young Historical Photograph | I LOVE UTAH HISTORY

Brigham Young’s 1848 Company, Arriving in the Salt Lake Valley and Settling the Tooele Valley

Dinosaur National Monument

The Dominguez and Escalante Expedition

The most BELIEVABLE alien encounter | The Skinwalker Ranch story

John Koyle | Koyle Family History | Dream Mine Prophecy | Brigham Young Slave Trade


Book of Mormon Evidence – The Fervor For Gold

Brigham Young Speaking



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