I am totally freaked out right now. Let me explain.
For years, I've been fascinated by David Icke's "tall tales" of Reptilians running the world, government, Hollywood, etc.
To start with, I have to add that I'm a paranormal experiencer and have seen a lot of really weird things in my life, so I don't dismiss anything
off hand. Still, I didn't really BELIEVE that Reptilians are actual beings and may be running the world. I mean, come on.
First, it's just too fantastical to believe. Second, if it were true, the implications would be incredibly scary, and who wants to think about
something like that?
Yes, there are a bunch of YouTube videos (which I love watching for the thrill) of Reptilian shapeshifting, i.e., eyes changing to slitted pupils...
scaly skin emerging when their "disguise"/glamour slips... Reptilian tongues flicking out... etc.
But I always try to remember that a lot of stuff on YouTube is photoshopped and otherwise faked, so I'm always taking this with a grain of salt.
But I'm starting to consider that ALL OF IT IS TRUE.
The reason are three recent videos I've seen... and two of them NOT on YouTube... they were ACTUAL TV SHOWS!!!
The first piece of evidence is an episode of "Grey's Anatomy": Season 5, Episode 10, called "All By Myself."
In this episode, two sisters are being admitted to the hospital, and they are constantly fighting. As one of them is carted off, the younger one
screams, "I hope you're gonna die!" The older sister actually does die, and when the girl hears about it, her face contorts and she screams,
In that moment, her face morphs in a very weird way... veins and ridges standing out on her forehead, making her very much look like one of the Star
Trek Klingons. I paused and replayed that scene about 100 times, and it is incredibly strange.
However, that alone didn't do it for me... I was still a skeptic.
Now, recently I've come across some YouTube videos about Reptilian tongues, which I find a lot more intriguing than Reptilian eyes. I'm sure they,
too, can be faked and photoshopped, but somehow I feel it's harder to do.
THEN I came across a YouTube video of a TV show where no shapeshifting is shown, but the news anchor, CNBC host Joe Kernen, actually HISSES at a
guest like a snake.
That really threw me for a loop... because obviously this couldn't be fake since it's an entire scene, and the guy REALLY HISSES! Humans just don't
do that. If you were pissed at someone, would you HISS at them?
You need to see it for yourself to understand how strange this is:
Now going back to Reptilian tongues... Here is a YouTube video I found especially fascinating, of a soccer player who flicks a snake-like tongue.
Apparently, some skeptics say it looks like spit, but I think it looks nothing like spit... it's a flicking tongue, no doubt.
Here's the video:
But still, it's a YOUTUBE video, right?
So I shrugged it off UNTIL I came across a Netflix show episode in which the character flicks a snake tongue. It's "Stranger Things," Season 1,
Episode 5, called "The Flea and the Acrobat."
In the episode, the sheriff, who is one of the undoubtedly good guys, finally realizes that something weird is going on in that secret lab facility
outside of town. So he breaks in and finds the entrance to the realm of the monster. But before he can get in there, he gets captured by lab security
and knocked out. He wakes up in his single-wide and, suspecting that his house has been bugged, starts literally taking the place apart.
I don't have the exact time stamp, but if you have Netflix, watch the episode and watch VERY CLOSELY after the sheriff starts slicing open his couch
with a box cutter. About 5-10 seconds after that, further tearing the place up, he flicks out a very long snake tongue!!!
So you may say now, "So what? It's 'Stranger Things'; it's ALL about monsters and stuff!" BUT... the SHERIFF is not supposed to be a monster...
he does not morph into anything supernatural as far as I know (haven't seen the whole show yet, but I read up on it to make sure I didn't get this
wrong and he was "infected" with some kind of monster virus or whatever). But no, he's the good guy through and through.
So I can only conclude that this is an inadvertent tongue flick of a REAL Reptilian. Crazy, I know. I feel pretty embarrassed bringing this up, trust
me. But when you watch TV and suddenly this THING shows up that you thought was an urban legend... that's just pretty f***ing creepy.
Please watch the videos/TV shows I list above if you can and give me your input. (A little courtesy would be nice, even if you disagree.)
The 'reptilian eyes' seen in most videos are simply digital artifacts. You can see this in the first video when the blond is talking, her whole face
gets messed up for a few seconds. The 'hiss' is simply an emphasis for yessss. The soccer player has mucus/congestion that he's expelling, he is an
athlete and is breathing heavily.
Personally I don't buy that reptilians are posing as humans -- or even exist
Twas on YouTube. As Les was on his East Texas Bigfoot hunting trips he's been there 20 times he's got 20 episodes in East Texas on Bigfoot or they
think they have film of a Bigfoot but this one they had the camera setup and the 14 foot tall thing was crossed over and just ahead of the guys on
infrared camera or night vision camera and it showed it pushing a branch out of its way just like you would although he was like 10 feet tall and he
looked at the camera once and had a silver face and he was 10 ft tall crouching and shortly after that as he was leaving the camerass view that's
when he stood up and was there right about 14 ft tall I can tell you more about it!
But mainly here did that go.....I viewed 5 times my self over a ten month time. Maybe it's still out there ....I'll try different searches, oh
To tell you the truth, it was scary when it looked deliberately...directly at the camera and kinda paused in it's gate......then exited. I was scared
of a YouTube ahaha....no, that stuff ain't funny......ya gotta see that face.......too scary to tell ya!!
edit on 15-10-2018 by GBP/JPY
because: IN THE FINE TEXAS TRADITION
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