posted on Apr, 24 2018 @ 10:56 AM
When you think of Moses, and you realize you are talking about 3400 plus years ago. Why do I say Moses? is because one of the most remembered stories
of the bible is the raising of the serpent on the pole to heal those (many) afflicted with the bite of the poisonous snakes. The story in numbers
predates the rod of Asclepius by more then a 1000 years. I bring that up because, having been medical in the military for 22 years, we still use the
serpent on the pole to represent medical service. Even we use serpents for our symbols.
This retelling of the event of Moses was carried all over the earth through time and blended into cultures with a depiction based on their own
experiences. This could be seen in some artifacts found in the serpent mounds of Ohio, one being of Moses himself as a small statue, and others found
throughout the Americas. . The feathered serpent of the Americas is often depicted as the good son while the other, smooth and slithery is the evil
one. Of the feathered serpent you find connections to the great white bearded God who visited the people.
(These are not my words but I lean to them as truth) The healing nature of the serpent of Moses brings us the feathered serpent which some say is
Christ, while the cold hearted bringer of death is the Satan. Being depicted as a serpent then brings some to conclude that the being Quetzalcoatl is
indeed reptilian, but the comparison should only an attempt to represent the nature of the being.
Feathers of south American birds are the most colorful and beautiful in the world thus we see the beauty and glory of this being. Shedding skin and
growing represents renewal, eternal life; the shedding of the old the begging of the new. The healing event on the pole with Moses, shows the healing
nature of the being.
But if one thinks Quetzalcoatl is a reptilian then you have to wonder about the race of reptilians. Was there intelligent reptilians, well I have not
seen evidence for that but I have to conclude that it seems plausible that over the many years dinosaurs lived or have lived in the universe that a
race of such beings may have or do live. But with my limited understanding it seems they would be a sub species to man rather then a superior one.
Mainly because the physiology would seem to limit brain development towards a higher state. However this thinking would change if we find reptiles
with different physical makeups then what we see today or what has been shared scientifically. . I would like to share my thoughts more but the wife
is getting me off the computer.
So my last question . . .could not the reptilian topic of visiting beings be the very false flag of invasion which some are warning of?
On the lighter side, I ate gator while in Louisiana and it was better then I thought it would be. I have wondered what a reptilian would taste like if
we cooked them up? So I say to them, come as a friend, or stay as a meal . . .their choice.
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