posted on Jun, 24 2008 @ 10:02 PM
reply to post by Ian McLean
Right on! Someone taking the initiative and looking for the common links among other schools of thought.
I've read the Gnostic texts as well. One thing I've found with all the different schools is none of them are 100%. So instead of becoming
enthralled and stagnate in one system I look at the commonalties between them all.
These entities have gone by other names as well. In Christianity they would be called 'demons'. And I really hate to say it due to the huge amount
of disinformation surrounding them, the 'reptilians' are also another name for them.
As far as Christianity is concerned though, they are allegedly
the ones that created that and most
other religions as a means of keeping
humans docile and subservient to a power outside themselves. They create that "good cop / bad cop" routine when in fact they are both. That little
trick is seen quite often.
As far as 'reptilians' are concerned, the disinfo has been very successful in making it sound like these entities are ridiculous shape-shifters that
especially like the Bush family and grainy youtube videos. I never read anything from Mr. Icke but from what I gather of second-hand accounts he
doesn't do too well in explaining the situation properly.
The fact of the matter is though we can't just go into belief/dis-belief mode because those are traps. If we believe something then all info that
counters it has to be thrown out. The same with disbelief.
So we must take the pragmatic approach and do the observation and experimentation like a scientist studying a new theory.
The Don Juan books are quite good at giving practical exercises for seeing if there is any truth to these extra-dimensional energy vampires.
Thanks for the additional input.