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Why Do You Consider the Draco Evil?

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posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 08:42 AM
There is a lot of talk about the Draco being the evil ones. But how can we really make that assertion? Granted, there's a lot of talk about serpents and other vile creatures in the Bible, but why is the snake the evil one?

Could it be that Satan was actually a positive character? We don't know whether these characters are real, most likely they are representatives of something else. Of what? Your guess is as good as mine.

The question is: who controls our perception of who is good and who is evil? The very nature of good versus evil is simplistic, but that's how most people seem to view the world. Isn't that beneficial for anyone who wants to control the masses?

Instead of relying on second-hand (if only) information, it would be better to analyze who's responsible for selling us a particular version of light versus darkness, with all its actors.

posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 09:58 AM
reply to post by FlowThruSpace

before ascribing attributes to " the draco " how about credible evidence of their existence ??

posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 10:15 AM
in most cultures the serpent is a symbol of the cyclical nature of the earth: the shedding of skins - death & rebirth. in most cultures the snake is venerated. the snake is also a symbol strongly related to the female (the cyclical nature of her moon-cycle. her ability to give life through birth).

judaism is a patriarchal religion (God is a HE). it seeks to transcend this world to achieve some otherworldly heaven. in this context - the earth is a place to move beyond. the snake (and woman), both with their strong ties to the earth, are things to reject as they will interfere with the plight to reunite with an other worldly Male God.

dragons & serpents have very similar mythological meanings - therefor, draco will be thrown in with the supposed nefarious nature of the serpent.

in my opinion, it is all a part of a culture war...

posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 12:55 PM
reply to post by FlowThruSpace

There is a lot of talk about the Draco being the evil ones. But how can we really make that assertion? Granted, there's a lot of talk about serpents and other vile creatures in the Bible, but why is the snake the evil one?
Going back to basics is actually a "alien" concept to many now a days lol lol, But if you want your answer you may want to do just that.

For those who are waiting for "proof" of this or that, you may just end up missing the boat. Use your own mind to consider everything you are shown, draw your own conclusions, but above all else, look for your own "Proof". If you are sincere and honest with yourself you may eventually find it.

Starting with the term "Evil", what is it?

Evil is profound immorality.[1] In certain religious contexts evil has been described as a supernatural force.[1] Definitions of evil vary, as does the analysis of its root motives and causes.[2] However elements that are commonly associated with evil involve unbalanced behavior involving expediency, selfishness, ignorance, or neglect.

For now Ill just stick with the first meaning, immorality. Evil is not following the morals, or our self induced rules to live by. We seem to have trouble with this because we always try to assign these rules to life forms that do not follow our rules of conduct. Evil is not following the rules by which we "Human Beings" live by.

There are two basic types of life on this planet, and two sets of rules (moral code) to guide them. Mammals, and Reptiles. Reptiles do not use "Morals" and therefor can not by their very nature be "Evil". Reptiles may eat their young, they may eat human beings or a host of things we perceive as evil. The reptiles code of conduct was written to highlight their individual survival while the code for human beings was written to highlight the groups survival. Morals are our survival code.

To go a little further, reptiles were on this planet first. It was the world of "Rule of Jungle". Might makes right, reptile eat reptile (Dog eat Dog). The best and brightest would survive while the lesser forms would fall to the way side. The most cunning and subtle would survive. To today's standards, it was hell on earth.

All life originated from the reptile and its original survival code. This is why you find a "Reptilian" brain at the core of our own. We human beings can not escape our most primitive code of self preservation. But being human beings we are given the choice to follow the original core programing, and start eating each other and be viewed as evil, or live by morals and survive as a species.

Reptilian Brain

Rapaille subscribes to the triune brain theory of Paul D. MacLean, which describes three distinct brains: the cortex, limbic, and reptilian. Beneath the cortex, the seat of logic and reason, is the limbic, which houses emotions. Camouflaged underneath those is Rapaille's theorized brain—the reptilian.[10]

Rapaille believes that buying decisions are strongly influenced by the reptilian brain, which is made up of the brain stem and the cerebellum. Only accessible via the subconscious, the reptilian brain is the home of our intrinsic instincts. It programs us for two major things: survival and reproduction. Rapaille proposes that in a three-way battle between the cortical, the limbic (home of emotion) and the reptilian areas, the reptilian always wins, because survival comes first. This theory has become the basis for his thoughts on what a product means to consumers on the most fundamental level.[11]

Rapaille’s mantra is “the reptilian brain always wins.”

"Rapaille’s mantra is “the reptilian brain always wins.”" Always? Until you figure out it is there, and you can control it.

As far as "Smart lizards" being real, and real evil, well, all the biblical and ancient scripture must of had some genesis in the past. I just hope no one has to be Eaten alive, to prove a point. That, would be just pure evil

posted on Jul, 28 2013 @ 11:50 PM
My point agrees with the above poster. You have to 1st establish that they are real, otherwise you are just speculating on that which has never been proven to exist.

You have to 1st do that, before you can discuss the attributes and intentions of something not yet proven to be real.

posted on Aug, 2 2013 @ 12:27 PM
Those who want to hear my account of a Draco encounter can find it in this forum. I know the Draco to be real entities, and I would venture so far as to say they are beyond what the human mind can comprehend of evil. Nasty pieces of business on two feet. Dinosaurs were probably like benign cattle compared... The scriptures and legends weren't drawn out of a hat but certainly came from people unfortunate enough to have been exposed to them. I sincerely hope you never meet up with one and get not only direct evidence of their existence but also proof that evil can go way beyond what humans can envisage.


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