This has likely been covered, but most of the world's myths come from Sumer, if you look into those myths it's quite clear that the gods were aliens.
The Satan that we think of is basically the leader of the Fallen Angels, these were aliens which wanted to have sex with human women among other
things, like teaching warfare. These aliens are Humans, Reptilians, and Hybrids of the two, mix that with spaceships and we have basically all of the
giants and dragons covered. Our general concept of the devil: claws, horns, tail, and wings is actually a pretty accurate picture of Reptilians,
especially if you work European dragons into there. These Fallen Angels were sent down to Earth, since the Flood and fall of Atlantis our planet had
dropped down into the 3rd dimension. That meant that any higher dimensional aliens which stayed here too long got caught up in our dimension and
intertwined with our planetary karma. That's why gods were sent here often as a punishment, it's also why the various ambrosia/nectar of the gods is
so important to demi-gods and a few complaining alien wives. So the hell which we think of is actually low-density Earth, that's where the Fallen
Angels were sent. Then we end up with Enlil's trifling progeny screwing up Mesopatamia while Enki and his progeny begin the various American cultures.
This is where our various myths come from once you add India and China, for us it would be Sumer and Zoroastrianism which have had the most influence
on our Western Christian world. My website in my sig talks about all these things if you're interested, I could go on for a lot longer, with many more
references, but that's sort of why I made the site instead. Here are a few quotes from it.
But dragons aside, from the Testament of Amran
: "I saw Watchers in my
vision, the dream-vision. Two men were fighting over me. I asked them, ’who are you, that you are thus empowered over me?’ They answered me, ’We
have been empowered and rule over all Mankind.’ They said to me, ’Which of us do you choose to rule you?’ I raised my eyes and looked. One of
them was terrifying in his appearance, like a serpent, his cloak many colored yet very dark. ... And I looked again, and ... in his appearance, his
visage like a viper. ... I replied to him, ’This watcher, who is he?’ He answered me, ’This Watcher, ... and his three names are Belial and
Prince of Darkness and Kind of Evil.’"
If you are a Muslim, it is considered apostate not to believe in one of Allah's creations, his three creations are humans, angels, and
, which are serpent beings. “Jinns or genies are supernatural creatures in Arab folklore and
Islamic teachings which occupy a parallel world to that of mankind. Together, jinn, humans and angels make up the three sentient creations of Allah.
According to the Qur'an, there are two creations that have free will: humans and jinn. Religious sources say little about them; however, the Qur’an
mentions that jinn are made of smokeless flame or 'the fire of a scorching wind'. They have the ability to change their shape. Like human beings, the
jinn can also be good, evil, or neutrally benevolent.” Here is a site that tells more about
is one of these Jinns and is
considered to be the Muslim Devil, here are some interesting quotes, “Iblis was a jinn and a devoted servant of Allah, according to Qur’an.
However, according to other non-Qur’anic sources he was a 'disobedient angel'. He attained a very high status and was brought close or even equal
with the angels. Allah knew Iblis harbored ill intentions, however, and this was the reason for his name, Iblis 'Desperate,' or 'despair.' The angels
do not have free will and simply do not sin because they were not granted the freedom by Allah to disobey. Allah one day told his creations that one
of them will turn against him. The angels then rushed to Iblis, knowing that Allah valued his supplication immensely. Iblis prayed to Allah to 'not
let any of the angels be the one to turn against Allah', and Allah granted his plea. However, he did not include himself in the supplication because
he thought of himself as safe and high in Allah's eye. When Allah created Adam, He commanded all the angels and Iblis (whose rank allowed him to be
considered equal to that of an angel) to prostrate to Adam as was termed 'the Best of Creation'. All the angels did so except Iblis, who refused to
obey. Iblis was proud and arrogant and considered himself superior to Adam, since Adam was made from clay and Iblis was created from smokeless fire.
For this act of disobedience, Allah cursed him to Hell for eternity, but gave him respite until the Day of Judgement, after Iblis requested it. Iblis
obtained permission from Allah and vowed that he would use this time to lead all human men and women astray to Hell as a way of revenge against them.
By refusing to obey Allah’s order he was thrown out of Paradise and thereafter he was called 'Shaitan'. Although Allah grants the request, He also
warns the Shaytan that he would have no authority over His sincere 'ubud 'devoted servants'.”
Here's from the beginning of R.A. Boulay's very thorough book, Flying Serpents and Dragons: The Story of Mankind's Reptilian Past, “According to
Genesis and other documents, and long before humans ever existed, the serpent lived in the Garden of Eden and did all the necessary work to maintain
it. This Bibilical serpent was not just a lowly snake; it could converse with Eve, and knew the truth about the Tree of Knowledge. It was of such a
stature that it unhesitatingly challenged the deity. Genesis concedes this point when it asserts that 'the serpent was the shrewdest of all the world
beasts that God had made.' Ancient Jewish legends describe the serpent of Eden as manlike – he looked like a man and talked like a man. The part of
the Haggadh which deals with the Creation depicts the serpent who inhabited the garden as an upright creature that stood on two feet and who was equal
in height to the 'camel.' He was said to be the lord over all the beasts of Eden. 'God spoke to the serpent: 'I created you to be king over all the
animals. I created you to be of an upright position.' In the Haggadah there seems to be little doubt that he was legged and walked like a man. The
tempter of Eve was not actually a serpent. It had legs like other animals. Therefore, the many representations of the temptation of Eve which shows it
as a snake curled around the Tree of Knowledge are really based on a misunderstanding of the scriptural text.” “Ancient Jewish legends indicate
that the clothes worn by Adam and Eve were not only made of reptile skins but that they protected them from predators: 'When they wore the coats,
Adama and Eve were told, all the creatures on Earth would fear them' The serpent skins were symbolic of the ruling race, and not only reminded Adam
and Eve of their origin, but also acted as a talisman to safeguard them from wild creatures.”
Page 17 starts my YHWH section, the alien god part will take you to the end of page 27.
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