Poor reptilians. I'm gonna make a bit of a controversial statement here and say that, from what I have observed, about 98% of the people who believe
in 'reptilian' existence believe them all
to be malevolent, yet they have no solid basis to make such generalizations. The truth is, until
we've met every
'reptilian' being in existence, face-to-face, and consciously interacted with all of them equally without interference, we
can't say for sure. So it becomes opinion, and can't be counted as 100% fact. I see a lot of people automatically accept 'reptilians' are malevolent
without question and it is my opinion that one of the reasons for this is their proposed appearance. Is that not a form of cosmic prejudice or cosmic
racism? It is also my opinion that, whether or not they actually exist, the reptilians are often a personified representation for all the things we
consider evil or bad in human society that some of us don't want to accept are there, like: cruelty, bullying, bloodlust, manipulation, misplaced
aggression, murder, child snatching, et cetera. Now, logic tells me it's more probable for a sentient race to have mixed morals rather than just the
polarized 'good' and 'bad' that we tend to categorize extraterrestrial races into. Let's look at the human race, for example. I think we can all agree
that that, in our understanding of 'good' and 'bad, there is the potential for both inside every
person. We, as individuals, choose for
ourselves where we want to place ourselves in that scale and that is often governed by where we grew up, who are family were, how we were treated as a
child, the friends we've made and the various experiences life has brought us. These all change our alignment. There is not just black and white, but
many shade of grey in-between. From what I've read, people generally accept reptilians are an intelligent race, so I would imagine if I can come to
this conclusion, so can they. So, if they do exist, I'm sure their ideas and morals are as varied as ours, and so, there will be those who are 'good'
and those we deem 'bad' by our standards. If we theorize that they don't really have a 'good' or 'bad', but just go with their survival instinct and
act in a very selfish way, is that really malevolent? I see many animals on this planet act the same way.
edit on 10-6-2011 by Lightseeker83
because: Correction of spelling mistake.