Skinwalkers are a type of evil shaman who have the ability to transform into any animal they desire.
They are often associated with Native American folklore, but the truth is that skinwalkers can be found in cultures all around the world.
While the specifics may vary from one culture to the next, one thing is always the same: skinwalkers are to be feared.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at who skinwalkers target and why.
Who Skinwalkers Target
Skinwalkers typically target those who are alone and vulnerable.
This could be someone who is elderly or sick, someone who is traveling alone, or even a young child.
Skinwalkers will also target anyone who has shown them disrespect or harmed them in some way.
Once they have chosen their victim, they will use their powers of transformation to stalk and terrorize their prey. In some cases, they may even kill their victim.
So why do skinwalkers do this? There are a few different theories.
Some believe that skinwalkers are evil spirits who enjoy causing pain and suffering.
Others believe that they do it in order to absorb the victim’s power or life force.
Whatever the reason, one thing is for sure: skinwalkers are not to be trifled with. If you ever find yourself being followed by one, your best bet is to run and hide.
How They Target You
Skin-walkers establish dread and control in their victims via the use of charms and spells. Blowguns fire poisonous shards of human bone at their target, and the dust from these shards may paralyze or even kill the unlucky person who inhales it.
It is very uncommon for skin-walkers to locate a strand of their victim’s hair, wrap it around a broken piece of pottery, and deposit the whole thing into a tarantula’s burrow.
The skin-walker is known to utilize even live rattlesnakes as a kind of protection.
A skin-walker may do wicked acts by using the victim’s own possessions and rituals against them.
On that note, in order to kill their prey, skin-walkers employ a powder described variously as corpse dust, corpse poison, and corpse powder.
Infant bones, often those of twins, are pulverized to make up the majority of corpse dust.
These bones are typically the fingers and the back of the head. The yee naaldlooshi will either blow it directly into their victims’ faces or down the chimney of their victims’ homes.
The victim’s tongue will enlarge and become black soon after they inhale the dust, and they will go into spasms and die soon after that.
In mythology, evading a skinwalker is next to impossible. Skinwalkers are relentless predators that will stop at nothing to satisfy their insatiable appetites.
The very fact of having seen extraterrestrial skinwalkers would leave you emotionally and psychologically empty, even if you somehow managed to avoid any bodily harm.
When skinwalkers emerge from their long slumber, all hell breaks loose.
Since skinwalkers have superhuman speed, endurance, and heightened senses, including hearing so precise that they can detect a victim’s terrified pulse from miles away, they may track their prey invisibly for long periods of time. Having this expertise is invaluable out in the woods.
Skinwalkers play a cruel game once the pursuit has begun. They use cries, and growls, and sometimes imitate human cries for aid to lure in their victim. In the heat of battle, a skinwalker means business.
When it chases its prey, it may topple trees, cause stampedes of animals (leading to greater starvation), and even cause blizzards and tornadoes.
As part of their practice, certain medicine men were claimed to assume the shape of a holy “totem animal” in order to better connect with the natural world.
Totem animals are beloved, tamed creatures that have come to represent something holy to their human counterparts.
In contrast to yee naaldlooshi, who aim to hurt humanity, lay curses, and engage in evil wherever possible, medicine men focus on healing, blessing, and the removal of curses.
Skinwalkers are fearsome creatures that can be found in cultures all around the world. They typically target those who are alone and vulnerable, such as the elderly or young children.
While the reasons for their actions may vary, one thing is certain: skinwalkers are not to be messed with.
If you think you’re being followed by one, your best bet is to get as far away from it as possible.