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Physical Evidence For the Reptilian Race

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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:06 AM
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a reply to: AdmireTheDistance

Lol!!! Oh man id watch that porn all day long! Hmm, big fan of scifi stuff, so....pretty much all my dreams would come true....shape shifting boobs....drooolllsss and bootys




posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:17 AM
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originally posted by: Macenroe82
Im not gonna moan about the thread title.

But everything else was very well put together. Its obvious you have done a lot of research on the subject and for that you deserve praise. Great job, very well layed out and written thread.
Its contributors like yourself, who take the time to create informative threads, that make ATS what it is supposed to be.
Anyone can copy and paste a link and say look at this. Or anyone can pop into a thread and find something to pick at and moan about, but at least your contributing to the community in a positive way.
Some of the people on here just puzzle me as to why they would even belong to ATS, given their predictive comments on every thread they feel the need to comment on.
S and f, gonna dig a little deeper into this


Anyone can add an anonymous star. I'm adding a face to mine.

Regardless of the subject matter of this thread, I agree with you 100%!

Well put.




posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:41 AM
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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: nonspecific

The saving grace for the 'reptilian hypothesis' is our known fossil record; they aren't in there.

The upside of that is how little is in our available fossil record. It's not beyond the bounds of evolution for some scaly (or feathered), bipedal critter to have survived the end of the dinosaur age. We're rapidly finding cousins within our own ancestry and that's some small chink of possibility that a clever, tool-using lizardy-critter could be waiting to be discovered.

I don't think we will and that doesn't mean we will not. Who knows?


Agreed, lack of evidence cannot rule out the possibility. Look at what we thought about Mars 30 years ago to what we think we know today.

I think it is possible that whatever remains of them is under the ice somewhere.

Either that or we were originally on Mars and the evidence of them will be found there one day.

Why else would our governments be so obsessed with going to what they tell us is a dead planet.

As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:51 AM
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a reply to: vethumanbeing


I say everything was written before incarnation and is exacting all things known as planned events; no free will.

We're not robots, we do have a choice, we will be held responsible for our actions. You sound like the criminal pleading at trial…
Not guilty your honor, the devil made me do it. It was predestined, its not my fault.


Notice the similarity to deflecting guilt? In churchdom they say, it was Gods will…



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:51 AM
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originally posted by: nonspecific

I think it is possible that whatever remains of them is under the ice somewhere.

Either that or we were originally on Mars and the evidence of them will be found there one day.

Why else would our governments be so obsessed with going to what they tell us is a dead planet.

As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?



Why go to Mars research, next stop after the Moon, may have had life in the past, I doubt it's hide Alien Reptiles which seems to have been blown out of all proportion by ufo/alien obsessives.

As for reference to mythology MAN has a great imagination and still does it plain to see on here.
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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:54 AM
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originally posted by: wmd_2008

originally posted by: nonspecific

I think it is possible that whatever remains of them is under the ice somewhere.

Either that or we were originally on Mars and the evidence of them will be found there one day.

Why else would our governments be so obsessed with going to what they tell us is a dead planet.

As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?



Would it not make sense of a lot of things though? Ancient aliens, Gods ect?

This planet has given rise to intelligent life with us why could it have not done before?

Why go to Mars research, next stop after the Moon, may have had life in the past, I doubt it's hide Alien Reptiles which seems to have been blown out of all proportion by ufo/alien obsessives.

As for reference to mythology MAN has a great imagination and still does it plain to see on here.



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 07:54 AM
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a reply to: vethumanbeing


I call it "overgrowth" and not sustainable by this Earth/Gaia planet (the stress upon this living being unable to express itself to the Human is tragic).

Many references are made in many texts about comparing people to wheat, grapes, crops, fields, about stewards, harvest, etc.

I.E., you can't have an overgrowth of vegetables or produce. The more the merrier.



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:01 AM
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As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?

Legend has it… whoops, science kind of burst that bubble.

Rulers love mythos. It makes them appear larger than life. Feeds the delusions of their own grandeur to the masses.

Drawing the heads of a fierce animals on images of their kings makes everyone afraid of their power. And every form of animal is attributed to their kings, depending on the location. In South America, its the Jaguar, In Egypt, the Cheetha or Falcon, for instance. Here there be dragons…

Today we know theres no such thing as lizard people living in the darkest Jungle.

So we expand our mythos (conveniently) now to say they're from another planet, or 'shapeshifting' (invisible)… lol



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:09 AM
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a reply to: UniFinity




And don't be discouraged by some members around here, some of them are married to science and until you have 100% proof they won't recognize even the slightest possibility of alternative theories...don't bother with such people it is not worth it in my opinion. Keep an open mind and carry on, this is a great first thread!


And the funny thing is that they blindly accept most things that come out of textbooks, never calling for proof even when these science bits are still hypothesis not fact. If only they held the "established views" to the same high standards they demand of ATS researchers

Well done great OP



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:15 AM
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Great post...you may want to look at Bramley The Gods Of Eden great book.

What I find amusing is that there are so many statues from Sumer that depict reptilian beings. As if a civilization had nothing better to do than preserve so called fictitious myths in stone for posterity. Why is that?



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:21 AM
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originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: intrptr




"Non-physical-spiritual-reality of our existence"? Is and is not, and yet, is?


That was clever.

You understand why I used it? Thats not a scientific analysis of what a spirit is, we can't 'see spirits' with instruments. It is however a good description, from an eyewitness perspective.

We either have to dismiss every one of those or accept there is, isn't, and yet is something to them.

Seeing through the veil. Seeing beyond, seeing the unseeable.



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:21 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: nonspecific


As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?

Legend has it… whoops, science kind of burst that bubble.

Rulers love mythos. It makes them appear larger than life. Feeds the delusions of their own grandeur to the masses.

Drawing the heads of a fierce animals on images of their kings makes everyone afraid of their power. And every form of animal is attributed to their kings, depending on the location. In South America, its the Jaguar, In Egypt, the Cheetha or Falcon, for instance. Here there be dragons…

Today we know theres no such thing as lizard people living in the darkest Jungle.

So we expand our mythos (conveniently) now to say they're from another planet, or 'shapeshifting' (invisible)… lol



But neither you or I or indeed any historian or scientist today was actually there though.

You are acting no differently than those you laugh at, simply picking the thing you "think" is correct and then sticking to it.



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:26 AM
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originally posted by: nonspecific

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: nonspecific


As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?

Legend has it… whoops, science kind of burst that bubble.

Rulers love mythos. It makes them appear larger than life. Feeds the delusions of their own grandeur to the masses.

Drawing the heads of a fierce animals on images of their kings makes everyone afraid of their power. And every form of animal is attributed to their kings, depending on the location. In South America, its the Jaguar, In Egypt, the Cheetha or Falcon, for instance. Here there be dragons…

Today we know theres no such thing as lizard people living in the darkest Jungle.

So we expand our mythos (conveniently) now to say they're from another planet, or 'shapeshifting' (invisible)… lol



But neither you or I or indeed any historian or scientist today was actually there though.

You are acting no differently than those you laugh at, simply picking the thing you "think" is correct and then sticking to it.

But that statement is as subjective as mine. You are stating that since you weren't there it didn happen, right? I'm not laughing at the spirit world , that exists. I was there to see it when it was revealed to me.

These icons and texts on walls of kings are impostors. If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS. The spirit world is all around us all the time, not 'from some planet Draco…'



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:32 AM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: nonspecific

originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: nonspecific


As the OP mentions there is so much reference to Lizards in mythology that there must be something in it?

Legend has it… whoops, science kind of burst that bubble.

Rulers love mythos. It makes them appear larger than life. Feeds the delusions of their own grandeur to the masses.

Drawing the heads of a fierce animals on images of their kings makes everyone afraid of their power. And every form of animal is attributed to their kings, depending on the location. In South America, its the Jaguar, In Egypt, the Cheetha or Falcon, for instance. Here there be dragons…

Today we know theres no such thing as lizard people living in the darkest Jungle.

So we expand our mythos (conveniently) now to say they're from another planet, or 'shapeshifting' (invisible)… lol



But neither you or I or indeed any historian or scientist today was actually there though.

You are acting no differently than those you laugh at, simply picking the thing you "think" is correct and then sticking to it.

But that statement is as subjective as mine. You are stating that since you weren't there it didn happen, right? I'm not laughing at the spirit world , that exists. I was there to see it when it was revealed to me.

These icons and texts on walls of kings are impostors. If you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS. The spirit world is all around us all the time, not 'from some planet Draco…'


What I am saying is that we just do not know about so many things that happened in the distant past so to dismiss them with reason is foolish.

You "think" that "These icons and texts on walls of kings are impostors."

There is a big difference between "Thinking" and Knowing"



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:38 AM
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a reply to: Puppylove

I did al that. Still look black to me.



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:42 AM
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a reply to: AdmireTheDistance




If such reproduction is possible, someone's missing out on a fortune by not having already cornered the adult film market for Human-Reptilian erotica.


OK I had to take one for the team and google "Human Reptilian p0rn" .





Ohh crap I didn't think this through. I hope Reptilian aren't using google statistics to see who is searching for reptilian p0rn to make night visits,



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 08:49 AM
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You "think" that "These icons and texts on walls of kings are impostors."

There is a big difference between "Thinking" and Knowing"

But I can see that todays rulers behave the same way. Rulers usually ascended themselves to God hood in some form or other. Hitler claimed he was protected by "Providence". GW Bush Jr. also claimed he was acting under gods will. The whole tenant of modern religion has its us vs them and our god is stronger than theirs. It is and alway has been the source of all conflict. The Pope and King, hand in hand. Caligula also claimed Godhood.

How can we defeat him / them, their gods are more powerful than ours, The king is a god, demon, dragon, whatever.

The pics in posterity are the manifestation of that, surviving to this day to tell us the sane ol same ol.

Somebody thinks they're better than everyone, wants to run everything, you can't resist, they are too powerful.

Now contrast that with the likes of Buddha, Gandhi, Socratese, MLK, Jesus, etc. These people weren't conquerors, they didn't claim godhood, form armies or claim they were powerful anything, their movements were peaceful, they came in peace. Their movements and ideologies were far different than the kings and gods armies of conquest…








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posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:17 AM
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It is misleading to take "evidence" literally ...
When looking at ancient cultures ...

Was there once an Ibis headed creature in Egypt who held all knowledge since the Creation
Or a dog headed being that led the soul through to the afterlife ... Of course not

Thoth and Anubis did not represent real beings ... they represented perceived natural and universal laws which were called god or goddess

Worshipping statues of imaginary beings does not mean the imaginary being existed.
We fail to understand the mind set of long ago times and interpret them with our own bias

Lets be real ... The world is full of all species of creatures
Humans are but one species amongst countless others
The lizards in question do not exist in reality and most likely never did



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:24 AM
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originally posted by: artistpoet
It is misleading to take "evidence" literally ...
When looking at ancient cultures ...

Was there once an Ibis headed creature in Egypt who held all knowledge since the Creation
Or a dog headed being that led the soul through to the afterlife ... Of course not

Thoth and Anubis did not represent real beings ... they represented perceived natural and universal laws which were called god or goddess

Worshipping statues of imaginary beings does not mean the imaginary being existed.
We fail to understand the mind set of long ago times and interpret them with our own bias

Lets be real ... The world is full of all species of creatures
Humans are but one species amongst countless others
The lizards in question do not exist in reality and most likely never did






But how can you say with absolute conviction that these things never existed several thousands of years ago?

You can assume and you can speculate but you can not say that they did not exist as you have nothing to back up such a definite statement.

As with other posters you are simply deciding that they did not exist in exactly the same way that others are deciding that they did.

Have you ever considered that there was some truth in the old testament? maybe these mythical creatures were the descendants of the sons of god and the daughters of men?

It was said that the sons of god slept with more than humans, maybe these creatures were the results of this, taken literally then unlikely but if they produced offspring through genetic mutation(like we are starting to do now ourselves) then could these hybrids not have existed?



posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 09:42 AM
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t was said that the sons of god slept with more than humans, maybe these creatures were the results of this, taken literally then unlikely but if they produced offspring through genetic mutation(like we are starting to do now ourselves) then could these hybrids not have existed?


Even today we have people who consider themselves as above other people because of blood line inheritance
They are deluded

I doubt some lizard creature ever copulated with humans or was born of the sexual intercourse between some god and "mere mortals"



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