Hello all, I found a great video series called 'The Reptilian Anomaly'
The series is about how Reptilians or their descendants, either by mind, body or spirit, walk the Earth and how HD cameras pick up some really amazing
anomalies limited to such people, such as- instant black pupils, double eyelids, silted pupils, and other bizarre anomalies such that might indicate
some sort of internal struggle or personal demons manifesting themselves on camera.
Some of the evidence is pretty amazing.
Here are all the videos, 4 of them to date, of 'The Reptilian Anomaly'
Series number 1
Series number 2
Series number 3
Series number 4
Thanks man. I needed some comic relief today and you supplied it in truck loads! The only thing the video's are missing is a Sleestack. If it had one
of those, I might have found it a bit more believable.
I've watched halfway through, the skeletons oversized bodies, were a proven hoax chainletter email, and it's a misinterpretation saying that we only
use ten percent of our brains, the study saying that, was take out of context, the man meant we only conciously use ten percent, the rest is heart
rhythm control, etc etc etc. I for one don't want to have to conciously think about beating my heart!
Most of those videos, such as the news people supposedly morphing (lol), are rubbish, but I don't think it is a crazy notion at all to think we might
have been created by a superior alien race which might still have their hands in the events of this planet.
There are a lot of religions on Earth, and I don't know of any that say "aliens created us." Maybe this was done on purpose because aliens did
create us, and they don't want us to know. There has also been a VERY STRONG push to keep us believing that we are alone in the Universe. We're
like a bunch of cattle fenced in this planet.
Digital TV, especially hi res gets plenty of artifacts and pixelation when displaying a standard res picture. This is because each frame must be
enlarged to accommodate the display. You may also get some pixelation/interference and bad data from the digital broadcast itself. No conspiracy here
my friend! Just technical 'progress' with hiccups. Analog rules supreme IMHO.
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