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Originally posted by sinesolis
Then in another she tries to rationalize the death of a friend by saying the reptilians are responsible, because she lacks the mental health to deal with it in any other way. This is sad to be sure, it's sad to loose a friend, it's also incredibly sad to see someone so far gone that they can only cope with the loss by making up and living out fairy tales.
Originally posted by Wertdagf
Its impossible for a race that is predatory and evil to handle the technology required to venture out into space without distroying themselves.
We truley have nothing to fear but fear itself.
In India, extensive histories exist regarding the Naga, a Reptilian race said to live underground and interact with the kings and others on the surface. These beings were said to have once lived on a continent in the Pacific Ocean which sank beneath the waves. This is a recurring story throughout the world. Indian histories also refer to a Reptilian race called the "Sarpa" who founded civilisation, creating the cannibalistic Dravidians, being the source of the Hindu caste system (based upon a Draconian caste hierarchy, apparently), and demanded human sacrifice. A Nordic race was said to have created the Aryans, and when the two peoples combined, they formed the beginnings of Indian civilisation. Ancient Sanscrit texts also refer to spacecraft and aircraft called Vimana. Nuclear debris has been found in regions said to be destroyed by 'the gods' in Kashmir and other locations throughout the Indian peninsula.
The Hopi refer to a race of Reptilians called the Sheti, or Snake-Brothers, who live underground. The Cherokee and other American Indian peoples also refer to Reptilian races, as well as their origins in Atlantis The Chinese, Japanese and Europeans extensively speak throughout their history of beings such as Dragons (both physical and non-physical forms thereof), Dracul (devil-dragon humanoids), Vampires, Kappa, and others. The first Emperor of China, Huang-Ti, was said to be part Dragon, and was said to be born looking like a Reptilian. It was also said that his mother was impregnated by a beam of light emanating from the star Alpha Draconis, which Stewart Swerdlow and others claim is the home star system of the Draco Reptilian species.
The Mayans speak of a Reptilian species, referred to often as "Iguana-Men", who descended from the sky to take control of their civilisation, teaching them the art of pyramid building as well as demanding human sacrifice. ...
In Australia the aborigines speak of a reptilian race which lives underneath the Earth and governs over men. The Aboriginal chiefs have spoken of going into the Earth where these beings resided. There they claim there is extensive technology. The Aborigines say that they are descended from a race of dragon-humans that once lived on an enormous continent that spanned the entire Pacific ocean, and that most of it sank beneath the waves in ancient times, but that Australia is a remnant of it, and this is why there are so many reptilian animals there.
Originally posted by A boy in a dress
I really can't believe that creatures such as these
exist. Scale-skinned creatures that manipulate the
ways of humans? no... surely outlandish.
I think that most of us tolerate the idea that some
of these 'snake-oil salesmen' come onto this site
to 'sell' their wares, but it seems there are more and
more of them every week.
There is no such thing as these creatures, I can't prove
it, but common sense whispers that it's silly.
Originally posted by stewartw2
reply to post by schrodingers dog
Where is the proof of any of this and how therefore can this be refered to as research-it is pure speculation and may or may not be true.
Originally posted by Schaden
Originally posted by Longchenpa
For him to lend credence to this whole "story" (this story that has been forming in bits and pieces for years now) and basically put his reputation as a scholar and researcher on the line over it, is no small thing. It would be like Jacques Vallee making a similar statement, in terms of the credibility of the source. Just something to think about.
He said it was a good book and a valid theory. He didn't say it was a fact.
Personally, I'm skeptical of people claiming to have hidden knowledge gained by "channeling" alien races.
Originally posted by sinesolis
The Jesus Vs. Lizards argument is kind of silly.
Why would Jesus cause someone's death? Is he an evil reptilian from the fourth density? That's pretty daft.