a reply to: ethanmag
I'm not going to join the Israel-bashing crowd. But if you believe in the Ancient Astronaut Theory - that various ETs have been co-mingling with
Earth natives for thousands of years, and we are ALL "hybrids" to one degree or another - then you need to understand certain personality traits in
ALL the Semite people of the MidEast.
The constellation of Orion was the most revered in ancient times, including Ancient Egypt. Even the Hopi Indians in SW America build their plateau
housing to mirror the placement of stars in part of the Orion "Belt". Their Creation Myths speak of different species from Orion either bringing
"people" to Earth from afar, or living among us for awhile to teach us. And many ancient names for Orion indicate that they were a strong and smart
race that was not to be trifled with.
If you scroll down to "MYTH", you'll see that our oldest myths from Sumeria named parts of Orion the "Light of Heaven" and the "Bull of Heaven." And
to the Babylonians, Orion was known as "The Heavenly Shepherd." This indicates an advanced race of ETs (or different advanced ETs from that same
constellation) who came down to colonize Earth and/or teach, and stayed long enough to interbreed.
Today all the various factions in the Middle East are still part of the race of Semites, and are known both for their brilliance (Arabian doctors and
mathematicians in the Middle Ages were far advanced of Europe of that time), and strength ("bull"). So the entire Middle East today is a region of
volatile people who are all genetic Semites, splintered by religious and cultural differences over thousands of years.
And everyone was always fighting with each other. Which may have turned the region into desert, with some areas having a buried layer of glass
indicating detonation of nuclear weapons.
The old testament of the Bible is filled with references to the Race of Iron. And the Koran acknowledges Jesus and other Biblical figures. So that
region was linked by genetics and shared knowledge.
But there was an ET race around in biblical times that everyone feared: the Reptilians
"He who digs a pit will fall into it. And whoever breaks thru a wall will be bitten by a serpent." Ecclesiastes 10:8
(Did the Innovation Suppression so prevalent today, start in Biblical times? Break thru the wall of ignorance, and get punished?)
"Give a serving to seven, and also to eight. For you do not know what evil will be on the Earth." Ecclesiastes 11:2
(In numerology, 8 is the number of Power - and the highest power Evil can attain. This, to me, is obviously a reference to a vicious ET
"serpent-race" who occasionally visits - and must be welcomed and obeyed.)
edit on 29-9-2014 by MKMoniker because: (no reason given)