I was huge pothead. Zach could get really good weed.
Originally posted by Destinyone
You'll probably have a mixed bag of replies to your thread. Some people do believe in the reptilians as one of the intergalactic races vying for domination of the human race. Others, such as myself, don't.
Originally posted by Sinny
Some of those pictures are most curious, however, I refuse to bye into something that has little, to no evdence,
Video screen shots are dubious at best. Jolies strange neck is interesting, but could be bodged surgery, and I highly doubt all those news reporters are monsters,
The strange foreheads are interesting, for the simple reason, I doubt no matter how many faces I pull, I couldnt make mine appear that way, I'd vote Clingon over reptile tho aha.
Ill always keep an open mind however, after all, it could be the greatest secret ever kept!
edit on 8-8-2012 by Sinny because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by SarnholeOntarable
www.abovetopsecret.com.......read this guys story....almost had me fooled.I heard the queen of England is one.
In Greek mythology, Auriga is often identified as the mythological Greek hero Erichthonius of Athens, the chthonic son of Hephaestus who was raised by the goddess Athena
According to the Bibliotheca, Athena visited the smith-god Hephaestus to request some weapons, but Hephaestus was so overcome by desire that he tried to seduce her in his workshop. Determined to maintain her virginity, Athena fled, pursued by Hephaestus. Despite Hephaestus' lameness, he caught Athena and tried to rape her, but she fought him off. During the struggle, his semen fell on her thigh, and Athena, in disgust, wiped it away with a scrap of wool (ἔριον, erion) and flung it to the earth (χθών, chthôn). As she fled, Erichthonius was born from the semen that fell to the earth. Athena, wishing to raise the child in secret, placed him in a small box.
Athena gave the box to the three daughters of Cecrops, the king of Athens (Herse, Pandrosus and Aglaurus), and warned them never to open it. Overcome with curiosity, Aglaurus and Herse opened the box, which contained the infant and future-king, Erichthonius ("troubles born from the earth"). (Sources are unclear whether only one sister or all three participated.) The sisters were terrified by what they saw in the box: either a snake coiled around an infant, or an infant that was half-man and half-serpent. They went insane and threw themselves off the Acropolis
Erichthonius is also known as Erechtheus. A legendary king of Athens, he was the son of Gaea and Hephaestus. Born with the lower half of a snake like all the "aborigines" (first inhabitants of the world), he was given into the care of Minerva.