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Reptillians, the missing link, and religion

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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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Before I start, here is a photo of an exhibit in Tokyo decribing the "Dragon Man" fossils:



homepage.mac.com...

I postulate a theory, that a reptillian species evolved from the dinosaurs followiing the cataclysm that occured to them, from that point onwards, it was thier race that evolved into the ethnic races of Earth - namely:

Native Africans
Australian Aboriginies
Native Americans
Native Asian-Indians

Upon the arrival of what can be generally called the "Angels"/"Aliens" was a series of genetic modifications to the hominid species of Earth.

Over this time, there were many wars that saw the eradication and extermination of native man, and a mixing between the genetically modified hominids and the reptillians over the ages.

Keep in mind, the wars that have occured over the last few centuries, the numerous hollocausts and exterminations , the appease and worship of the serpent by Eastern cultures, and the eradication of these traditions during modern times:

Nagas:


Nagas are serpent beings from ancient Indian mythology. In early Hindu art, Nagas have human upper torsos but are snakes from the waist down. In Buddhist iconography, nagas sometimes are giant cobras, and sometimes they are more like dragons, but without legs. In some parts of Asia, dragons are considered to be a type of naga.

In Buddhist sutras and myths, nagas usually are wise and beneficent. In Mahayana Buddhism, nagas often are depicted as water deities who guard the sutras in their palaces.

For example, it is said the Wisdom Sutras were given to the nagas by the Buddha, who said the world wasn't ready for their teachings. Centuries later they befriended the philosopher Nagarjuna and gave the sutras to him.



buddhism.about.com...

Indeed, the reptillian brain a part of our ancestry, the older parts of our brains - the third eye for instance, and the advanced parts of our frontal brains being evolutions thereof:

Triune Brain: en.wikipedia.org...
Third Eye: en.wikipedia.org...


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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 10:48 AM
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Cool find, I never heard of it - I'm going to google

In the meantime, how does "neanderthal" fit into the scenario
I only ask because of a recent thread that said everyone has a neanderthal gene except

Africans
Australian Aboriginies
Native Americans
Native Indians


(They didn't actually list all those, but it was similar)

Could that possibly imply that only some contemporary humans are related to the reptilians?
and the rest are full on implants, here with the intent to breed and eventually mesh all diversity into an ultimate human?

Before anyone bashes you, I wanted to get in here and say its an interesting theory. I like it!

 

ETA - quick googling cannot even confirm the existance of this fossil
no matter - its still an interesting theory ♥
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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 10:55 AM
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The source is a photo journal.

The person states that it was taken at an exhibit in Tokyo. But they don't say what kind of exhibit.

Very possible it is an Art Exhibit.

No reason to spin wild theories, until you know where it's coming from...



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 10:58 AM
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Wild theories are fun though!! and YOU of all people should know what the imagination can do.

I think it could be as true as any theories put out there.
but I have to agree on the "art" idea
I personally couldn't find any info on it - just reposts of the same photo and a discussion on the davidicke forum


ETA: I should also note that I do truly believe Boncho is "a" god, and that he's cracked the elenin code (several times)
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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:03 AM
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Id that photo is real, I wonder how long God left the pasta sauce in the refrigerator for?




posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:06 AM
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If that is art, then that looks totally real. The nails or claws on that thing are insane. And, is that horn sticking out of his head?? The spine just looks cringing.


Definitely a nice find and very different from the norm on ATS.


S&F buddy.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:11 AM
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Originally posted by SystemResistor
Before I start, here is a photo of an exhibit in Tokyo decribing the "Dragon Man" fossils:



homepage.mac.com...

I postulate a theory, that a reptillian species evolved from the dinosaurs followiing the cataclysm that occured to them, (etc)


Actually, that is a decoration at a "rockabilly store" in Tokyo. This is another photo of it, where you can see that they've taken what appears to be several skeletons and cobbled them together.


It's similar to this "centaur skeleton" (also a piece of artwork)


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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:13 AM
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Originally posted by Byrd
en.wikipedia.org...:Centaur_skeleton.jpg

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I like the dragon man better, he's way more believable than centaur man

its still an interesting theory OP - don't let art get you down ♥

 

Nice with the quick edit there byrd - make me look crazy!
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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:15 AM
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I have theories, basically, that we have the story backwards:

Could it be that the races of man connected to the Earth have been targeted by the race of man that was engineered and governed by the extraterrestrial race that sought to hybridise themselves with the primitive apes - the successive modifications being the "story" of evolution theory to hide the true evolutionary history of mankind.

In addition, think about:

The Plague
The Crusades
The British Empire and extermination of native "savages"
The Hollocaust of the "Jews"



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:17 AM
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It could be that most of our fossil reconstructions of the dinosaurs are cobbled together incorrectly.

Iguandadon Hand:




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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:19 AM
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I think its possible. I like to entertain ideas, even if I do not fully subscribe to them.

The first thing that comes to mind while reading your addition to the theory is the purpose of the "great flood" - to destroy the Nephilim.

One race against another? It can't be discounted. Especially if we consider our own recent histories....

 
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Originally posted by SystemResistor
It could be that most of our fossil reconstructions of the dinosaurs are cobbled together incorrectly.

I have also heard that theory and I submit that in some cases it could be possible - but some fossil records show exactly how they looked - so I can't really agree with this in general

if they found a huge pile of bones and were guessing - then ok
but they didn't - they found huge chunks of stone with exact formations in them (my terminology is seriously lacking I know)


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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:21 AM
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I should add an "how I can tell it's fake" (I taught anatomy and took comparative vertebrate anatomy, so I am familiar with dinosaur anatomy and human anatomy... and lizards, too.)

* First... the spikes on the spine don't actually line up with the spine of the human torso -- look closely and you'll see someone's attached them like a second backbone.
* the knees are positioned improperly. You see the top surface (clearly grooved to receive the thighbone...but someone's stuck the thighbone to the back of the knee and moved the smaller shinbone so it'd fit in that area. Joints mesh together (this is a hinge joint) so that the leg doesn't fall apart every time you try to stand or run.
* Heel bone is unevenly sculpted. Nothing's going to stand on a heel like that. The legs are clearly from a human with resin poured on it to make the bones hang together and weird stuff sculpted on the heel bone itself.
* Gotta say I just *love* the claw finger! However, you can see by the other fingers that the claw is sculpted onto the tip of the finger bone.
* The teeth are hilariously cool. Human teeth, and what appears to be inserted teeth from other animals. Can't identify the fangs but they're nice! If I had the thing in front of me, we could easily see how the sculpting was done.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:23 AM
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Originally posted by SystemResistor
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It could be that most of our fossil reconstructions of the dinosaurs are cobbled together incorrectly.


No. I work in a paleontological lab, and I work with paleontologists. I've put together some of the darn things. There are sockets and traces of blood vessels on bones and patterns of bone growth and a million other little details that tell you what goes where and what's missing.

For the earliest dinosaur finds, yes -- they got stuff wrong because they had no idea what was going on. For this one, no. It's a nice piece of art.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:25 AM
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Thanks Byrd, for going in great detail. That skeleton fooled me. If only it be true, that would be like totally cool.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:27 AM
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Originally posted by Forevever

Originally posted by Byrd
en.wikipedia.org...:Centaur_skeleton.jpg

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I like the dragon man better, he's way more believable than centaur man

its still an interesting theory OP - don't let art get you down ♥

 

Nice with the quick edit there byrd - make me look crazy!
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Have a look at THIS centaur! It fooled a number of folks (it's also an art piece)



That said, China has a rather shoddy history of faking dinosaur fossils. Some have fooled museums, but once word got out, museums went back into their collections and started removing the fakes.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:29 AM
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I feel slightly defensive (no offense to Manhater)

I just want to say I was NOT fooled by the image
I just think its an interesting theory

if an art project gets people to think a little bit
WTG artist!!!!!


There very well could be a truth in this perception. However minor.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:30 AM
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Originally posted by Byrd


That is definitely more believable than the first one you posted



ETA: just goes to show - its all about presentation
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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:32 AM
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Ancient cultures are comprised of countless stories and legends of cave-dwelling "serpents" who were mystical beings that had advanced spiritual powers:

The Buddah can be seen, focused on his "third eye" or Pineal Gland - the reptillian "eye" that is much like our appendix, an organ that was once active and had recessed over time:










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posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:32 AM
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Before I start, here is a photo of an exhibit in Tokyo decribing the "Dragon Man" fossils:
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This photo is so strange. I have no idea if it is real or not, but I do remember seeing a news story about archaeologists finding fossils of an upright walking dinosaur with "hands" and opposable thumbs. I scoured the Internet trying to find more information on the find, with zero success.



posted on Aug, 7 2011 @ 11:38 AM
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its not a real thing

see Byrd's posts above
we're just entertaining the idea of "what if it is real"

even if this particular artistic interpretation is wrong....
that doesn't mean there isn't a missing link.. even evolution says there is....

and I'm pretty sure (in spite of what I want to believe), the missing link isn't boncho



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