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Telepathic Creatures of Japan

Via ZetaTalk for August 31, 2021 (1)

Sort of have a hunch on this one. Are these creatures just symbolic, or actually telepathic aliens in Japan?
[and from another]
Satori (folklore)
Satori ("consciousness") in Japanese folklore are mind-reading monkey-like monsters ("y?kai") said to dwell within the mountains of Hida and Mino (presently Gifu Prefecture).
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Yamabiko (folklore)
The yamabiko is a small creature that resembles a cross between a dog and a monkey. The term "yamabiko" is also used to describe the phenomenon of a delayed echo in mountains and valleys and is thought to be the spirit answering.
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Jueyuan (mythology)
They are similar to monkeys, and thus possess a characteristic of carrying away human females and violating them.


Almost any pet owner will declare that their pets can read the minds of their human masters.

The dog will instinctively know that a ride in the car is going to end up at the vet, and thus the dog hides under the bed.

Pets also seem to know that the master is about to arrive home, despite no physical evidence of this.

They are telepathic, and wildlife, especially apes or monkeys, have this ability too.

These shy monkeys in the Japanese mountains are intensely curious about the humans who enter their mountain ranges.

Curiosity evolves to a playful interchange, such as echoing a call or an exploratory molestation of a shocked human female.

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