reply to post by esteay812
Is there any part of this scenario that you think could be true?
Yes, most defiantly.
I think we have been encouraged to put the horse before the cart, sort of speaking. We were lead to believe we were the top of the food chain, and on
top of the intellectual bell curve, when in fact we are not. In fact because "Others" are zooming around our skies and we have no idea how they do
it, where they are from, or what their intentions are. Well, we do not know publicly, that is.
We were lead to believe all prehistoric life ended some 65 million years ago. But did it really? We know prehistoric life existed because we
continually find their bones. We know of certain types of life from that time, but we do not know all the life forms that walked this earth. It
would stand to reason that larger life forms would leave more to be discovered, than lets say, something that was more the size of humans today. If
the smaller life forms did not share the same habitat as the larger ones you might not find any remains at all of the midsized and smaller forms.
This leaves a very large window open to the possibility that a "Smart Lizard" did exist. It would go along way in explaining the sightings in UFO
encounters, and stories from the ancient text describing the wise and craftiness of the reptilian, or snake.
For those who believe this to be a possibility you have three choices, one, he comes from another planet originally from somewhere else, or two, he
comes from earth, originally. Three is the one I favor, he was originally from earth, and took up residence on another planet, in this solar
Three is logical to me because of the vast distances involved in reaching the nearest star. Besides, it really doesn't matter where their genesis is
from, except that it have the elements necessary for life to come forth. In any event, we presently have one planet that can sustain life on its
surface, and that is earth. It may be true that the asteroid belt was once a planet similar to ours but it is long gone now.
I would speculate that the mind of a reptile, or as you elude to, true "Caveman" is quite primitive and set in its ways. Even a caveman can travel
the solar system if given enough time, and I think that is exactly what they had, a great deal of time, millions upon millions of years. Give mankind
the same amount of time and we not only will travel the solar system, but the universe as well.
The whole idea of Reptilians being able to produce life is really not that far out of an idea. We breed dogs, horses, for specific functions, why
couldn't it have been done to us human beings? In the beginning I believe it was a crude venture until they discovered more and more of the secrets
of DNA and its association with light. So the stories of Enki and Enlile are not that unbelievable as long as they are not taken too far out of
I suspect that not too long after their creating humanity they discovered that humanity was destine to be far more than what they could handle and
decided to leave town. I do not believe the stories of saving their home planet from bad air, but rather, mankind was enlisted as miners to mine the
ore that would be required to create a new world, for them. They got out of dodge sort of speaking.
Everything, as far as they were concerned, would be okay, as long as mankind never discovered their new home, or allowed to travel the solar system.
Agent provocateurs were sent into mankind to continually thwart any efforts at unity, or the ultimate knowledge of their existence or location. To
them, mankind was to be treated like mushrooms, fed a bunch of manure, and kept in the dark.