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Reptilians and an obsession with names?

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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 06:59 AM
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Some of you may have seen my post about Steven Greer (tldr; Greer means watcher, and his middle name is mason)...now, I was watching more reptilian vids on youtube, and I saw another odd name among the people who are alleged to be shown shapeshifting or whatever. The video itself wasn't very convincing, it's the name that's interesting. Well, the name, and also that this person is also seen by some people as showing reptilian traits (regardless of whether that's the case or not...I personally think the reptilian alien presence theory is a very low likelihood scenario).

So, CNN's "Arwa Damon". Damon is easy...pick the A instead of the E when transcribing daemon, same thing. Arwa's an interesting name, so I looked it up...turns out it's from Urdu.

"This page is dedicated to the Arabic Muslim Girl Name Arwa. The meaning of this beautiful word is female mountain goat."
-some baby naming website, again

So her name comes out to..."female goat demon", roughly.

Is there some theory in the reptilian mythology that states that they must drop hints to their presence or activity? Because that idea, about being obligated to drop hints, and an obsession with names...that makes me think of Christian demonology, not aliens.




posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:07 AM
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Oh, and anyone planning to reply some nonsense about CNN being fake news or whatever, why don't you just close the tab and go back to watching the other megacorporation that tells you what to think? I'm Canadian and I couldn't possibly care less about that. Let's stick to weird reptilian shiznit, ya?



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:13 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

Any thoughts on Matt Damon?



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:19 AM
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a reply to: Wide-Eyes

If you mean his name: a quick search says Matthew means "gift from god". A pretty straightforward Christian name, pretty common (like all the apostle's names). And I haven't seen any videos suggesting he's a reptilian or anything (yet). So it seems like he doesn't fit either criteria.

If you mean in general: I just can't take him seriously in dramatic roles. It's that stupid face. I did like his contributions to Kevin Smith films, though.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:19 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

A War Demon



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:23 AM
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a reply to: Sublimecraft

That's so obvious, it's baffling I didn't notice the anagram.

There again, if there's anything to it...anagrams, and plays on the order of letters and syllables, those are elements from Christian/Hebrew ritual magic and demonology. Not part of the UFO/Reptilian mythos, as far as I know...someone correct me if I'm wrong about that.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:26 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484




Oh, and anyone planning to reply some nonsense about CNN being fake news or whatever, why don't you just close the tab and go back to watching the other megacorporation that tells you what to think?


So CNN tells the truth and you are saying reptilians are real???
Thats funny.

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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:28 AM
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a reply to: DrumsRfun

Here we go.

No. CNN and Fox and all the other gigantic media corporations are working against you, the American people. And I'm Canadian, so I don't care to get dragged into a debate about it with Americans (again).

If anything, I'm suggesting they might hire demons. Does that sound supportive of CNN, eh?

Edit: wow, you're a moderator? I really don't know what to think. Maybe read more carefully before commenting?
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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:32 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

Nice try.
I am Canadian also....you failed with many assumptions on this thread.

Reptilians, you can't prove and you just assumed I was American.






posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:34 AM
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a reply to: DrumsRfun

I stated that I don't think reptilians are likely. You're misrepresenting my post.

Also, I don't think CNN is accurate. I also don't think it matters to this post whether it's accurate. I'm here, in the grey area, to talk weird reptilian stuff, not American media conglomerates, and I stated that in the opening post.

Seriously, man, drop the antagonism, and read more carefully.
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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 07:43 AM
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And if the Grey Area is not the right place for this type of discussion, by all means, please move it. As I understand it, discussions on low likelihood possibilities are supposed to be allowed in the Grey Area and Skunkworks. I don't want my thread derailed by political stuff, and it's a bit disappointing that it's a mod insisting on it, while claiming that I hold the exact opposite views from those I stated in my opening post.

I'd like this thread to be about the similarities between reptilian mythology and Christian demonology. Can I freely discuss the similarities between these motifs with people who might also think there's something to that idea, or am I in the wrong place?
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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:04 AM
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Also, to be clear: I don't have to believe in a reptilian presence to think it's worth researching. The fact that there are people who believe in it, and the nature of that belief, is interesting enough to warrant research on its own. I never said the point of this discussion was to prove or disprove reptilians. I suggested comparing certain common attributes between belief systems. If I compare patterns in Christianity and Islam, that doesn't suddenly make me a believer in both.

That all-or-nothing approach is a good way to ride right past the truth when it presents itself, because it doesn't fit your pre-conceived ideas of what it would be. Sometimes, it can be fun to consider what it'd be like if something that someone else believes could be true, and what that would imply. Not all speculation is a hypothesis being put up for review.

I was wrong about one assumption, though. I didn't think it'd be a fellow Canadian who dropped that left/right corporate media nonsense on my doorstep. I stand corrected.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:17 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

Your assumptions are making you look like an ass, which is the root word for assumption in my opinion.
I can read just fine, you try to gatekeep people and stifle their opinions, but want yours welcome with open arms???



Oh, and anyone planning to reply some nonsense


People can reply with whatever opinion they want, regardless if it suits your opinion or not.
You failed on many levels.

I DARE you to prove reptilians exist.



Yes, I am a moderator....and I have opinions just like you and shouldn't be stifled because of it.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:26 AM
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Fair enough.

I don't actually think reptilian aliens are among us. I'm suggesting a religious motif, which could imply that it's a pastiche archetype constructed through our collective familiarity with those symbols, which could provide a possible subconscious explanation. Or maybe demons are real, and this phenomenon is spiritual in nature...that's a scenario that I'd still rate as more likely than flesh and blood reptilian aliens, despite my shaky relationship with faith.

If you roll with the demon idea...it could explain why some of us (you and I included, I'm guessing) don't see the supposed manifestations on video that others do. Maybe there's some spiritual rule to the game that we're not aware of, or something along those lines. Maybe we don't have enough faith to see them.

It's a tough one to prove or disprove, considering I'm trying to look at it from a religious angle...that debate has been ongoing for centuries.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:27 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

That's two red flags:
being defensive about the topic you want to discuss "I don't believe that!"
and demonising any fellow humans

So what's the confirmation you're looking for? That names often have a meaning? That the enemy wears a human suit?
What are we discussing? What do you believe?



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:31 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

Anything other than left and right, CNN or fox, is fine by me. I think it's more interesting that this person has a funky demonic name, than that they work at a corporate propaganda outlet.

Are there other similarities between the reptilian belief and concepts from Christian and Hebrew demonology, that you can think of? The rules and common traits of reptilian beliefs are what I'm looking for, basically. Think about the vampire myth, as an example...can't go out in sunlight, can't eat garlic, must drink blood, must ask to be invited in, etc.

Edit: also, people like Icke talk about reptilians being obsessed with ritual behavior, because of the presumed R-complex link, but never explain the nature of that behavior. Is it ever stated how that manifests? In keeping with the vampire example, some myths have them showing OCD traits, like counting out spilled rice and such, which is similar.

Crap. I just noticed a similarity with vampire myth. Not gonna make that a separate thread.
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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 08:47 AM
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a reply to: Peeple

I just realized I didn't answer your question about what I believe...

I believe that reality is often dumber than we expect it to be, and that incompetence is more common than evil. Also, I believe that life is likely to be extremely common in the universe, as it already occupies every available niche. On the other hand, I believe that a spacefaring species sufficiently advanced to get here from the nearest habitable world would also likely be culturally advanced enough not to mess with other species' development. Think somewhere between endangered species conservation, and Star Trek's prime directive.

So I'm on the fence. Is it likely we're alone? I don't think so. Are they here? I don't know...how dumb is our universe? Maybe they liked the TV and music we beamed out into space. That would explain why all these alleged reptilians are in news and entertainment.

Short version: I don't think we're alone, and I'm sure we've probably been observed from a safe distance on at least a few occasions, but I highly doubt that we have an alien presence on Earth, because I think ideas on scientific observation and ethics would likely be similar in all advanced technological species. But hey, maybe the world is weirder than I think, I'm open to it.
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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 09:03 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

Can you quit using the word dumb, it doesn't make you look smarter and if you think it does....its what you learn after you think you know it all that actually counts.

Calling the universe dumb, only makes you look like an idiot.



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posted on May, 31 2020 @ 09:05 AM
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a reply to: Bent8484

You should write more in your OP, I was seriously unsure about your intentions, but now it seems you're a fellow searcher. And quite funny.

My guess to the reptilians is that someone overheard talks about the amygdala and found some confirmation for his bias, because reptiles do show up in folklore of the ancients.
So I wouldn't necessarily look for anything in the bible, where the snake represents often the rural druidic traditions and is therefore not the cold blooded power hungry reptilian a la Icke.
Quite the opposite.
The dragon/ the snake, that's our Earth's "heraldic animal".
Which gives you a hint towards how long "aliens" know her.

You're on the right track with your "life fills every niché", now I'd start searching what "life" is.



posted on May, 31 2020 @ 09:12 AM
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a reply to: DrumsRfun

Fine. Replace that with "high novelty". Surreal and absurd, unexpectedly varied, and refusing to conform to our expectations of what's appropriate or adequate. The universe couldn't care less how we see it, basically.



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