The Reptilian Gods: Shapeshifters & Genetic Hybrids

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David Icke speaks on the historic significance of the ‘dragon’ races, ancient hybrids, and Shapeshifting ‘god-figures’ embedded throughout history.

 

How ’bout a snap-shot.. of that history:

 

List of reptilian humanoids

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For reptilian humanoids in conspiracy theories and ufology, see Reptilians.

Reptilian humanoids comprise a common motif in mythology, folklore, science fiction, fantasy, conspiracy theories, ufology, and cryptozoology.

In mythology

Reptilian humanoids in world mythology include:

Male

Female

  • Echidna, the wife of Typhon in Greek mythology, was half woman, half snake.
  • Moura Encantada from Portuguese and Galician folklore appears as a snake with long blonde hair.
  • The Gorgons: Sisters in Greek mythology who had serpents for hair.
  • The Lamia: a child-devouring female demon from Greek mythology depicted as half woman, half serpent.
  • Nüwa: serpentine founding figure from Chinese mythology
  • Wadjet pre-dynastic snake goddess of Lower Egypt – sometimes depicted as half snake, half woman
  • The White Snake: a figure from Chinese folklore

Either

  • Some djinn in Islamic mythology are described as alternating between human and serpentine forms.
  • Nāga (Devanagari: नाग): reptilian beings from Hindu mythology said to live underground and interact with human beings on the surface.
  • The Serpent: a character from the Genesis creation narrative occasionally depicted with legs, and sometimes identified with Satan, though its representations have been both male and female.

In cryptozoology

Purported reptilian humanoid cryptids include:

In ufology and conspiracy theories

In scientific speculation

In fiction

A wide range of fictional works depict reptilian humanoids.

Literature

Television

Doctor Who

Star Trek

Other

Comics

Marvel

DC

Other

Film

Games

Roleplaying and strategy games

Platform and fighting games

 

Reptilians

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other reptilian humanoids, see List of reptilian humanoids. For other uses, see reptilian.

Artist’s depiction of a reptilian

Reptilians (also called reptoids,[1] reptiloids, or draconians) are purported reptilian humanoids that play a prominent role in science fiction, modern ufology and conspiracy theories.[2][3][4] Reptilians were made very popular by David Icke, a conspiracy theorist who believes shape-shifting reptilian people control our world by taking on human form and gaining political power to control our societies. He believes people such as the Bush family are reptilians and are gaining power to run the world.

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Alien abduction

Alien abduction narratives sometimes allege contact with reptilian creatures.[5] One of the earliest reports was that of Ashland, Nebraska police officer Herbert Schirmer, who claims to have been taken aboard a UFO in 1967 by humanoid beings with a slightly reptilian appearance, who bore a “winged serpent” emblem on the left side of their chests.[6]

David Icke

According to British writer David Icke, 5- to 12-foot (1.5–3.7 m) tall, blood-drinking, shape-shifting reptilian humanoids from the Alpha Draconis star system, now hiding in underground bases, are the force behind a worldwide conspiracy against humanity.[7] He contends that most of the world’s leaders are related to these reptilians, including George W Bush of the United States, and Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.[8] Icke’s conspiracy theories now have supporters in 47 countries and he frequently gives lectures to crowds of 2,500 or more.[9] American writer Vicki Santillano ranked the notion that “Reptilian humanoids control all of us” as one of the 10 most popular conspiracy theories.[10]

Politics

Reptilian.svgIn the closely fought 2008 U.S. Senate election between comedian and commentator Al Franken and incumbent Senator Norm Coleman, one of the ballots challenged by Coleman included a vote for Franken with “Lizard People” written in the space provided for write-in candidates.[11] Lucas Davenport who later claimed to have written the gag ballot, said, “I don’t know if you’ve heard the conspiracy theory about the Lizard Men; a friend of mine, we didn’t like the candidates, so we were at first going to write in revolution, because we thought that was good and to the point. And then, we thought the Lizard People would be even funnier.”[12]

Evil reptilian kitten-eater from another planet” was a pejorative used to refer to then Ontario Liberal Party opposition leader Dalton McGuinty in a press release disseminated by the Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario on September 12, 2003, during the provincial election campaign in Ontario, Canada.

In February 2011, on the Opie & Anthony radio show, the comedian Louis C.K. asked former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld a number of times if he and Dick Cheney were lizard people who enjoyed the taste of human flesh. Rumsfeld did not answer the question. Louis C.K. comically interpreted Rumsfeld’s refusal to answer as an admission and further suggested that those who are lizard people cannot lie about it; when asked if they are lizards, they have to either not answer the question or say yes.[13]

Skeptical interpretations

Skeptics who adhere to the psychosocial hypothesis of UFOs argue that the “Reptilians” mythos originate from V, a science fiction television miniseries (and later series) which first aired in 1983.

In V, supposedly peaceful alien “Visitors”, who appear human, arrive on Earth in giant flying saucers and initiate first contact. In fact, the Visitors wear masks concealing their true shapes. In their natural form, they resemble humanoid reptiles and eat living mammals. The Visitors commence a stealth alien invasion in which they set out subtly undermining the human, and, specifically, the American way of life. The creators of the series intended this as an allegory of fascism.[14] A remake of the series aired from 2009 to 2011.

A 1934 Los Angeles Times article may have been the origin of such beliefs. The article reported that a geophysical mining engineer claimed to have discovered subterranean labyrinths beneath Los Angeles to an underground city built by an advanced race of “Lizard People” to escape surface catastrophes some 5,000 years ago. This article, however, had remained obscure in the intervening years, even amongst consumers of conspiracy theories.[15]

See also

References

  1. ^ Judith Joyce (2010). “also+known+as”&hl=en&ei=9PMiTY_pIYTJnAf134inDg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CDEQ6 The Weiser Field Guide to the Paranormal Abductions, Apparitions, ESP. Weiser. Retrieved 2011-01-02.
  2. ^ Lewis, Tyson; Richard Kahn (Wntr 2005). “The Reptoid Hypothesis: Utopian and Dystopian Representational Motifs in David Icke’s Alien Conspiracy Theory”. Utopian Studies 16 (1): 45–75.
  3. ^ Frel, Jan (1 September 2010). Inside the Great Reptilian Conspiracy: From Queen Elizabeth to Barack Obama — They Live!. Retrieved 2010-09-01.
  4. ^ Kristen Inbody (26). “Fact or fiction? Tribune sets out to debunk 10 rural legends”. Retrieved 4 January 2011.
  5. ^ The Shadowlands Mysterious Creatures page
  6. ^ Police Officer Herbert Schirmer Abduction – Ashland, Nebraska, United States – December 3, 1967 – UFO Evidence
  7. ^ Ronson, Jon. Beset by lizards, The Guardian, March 17, 200O1; Offley 2000a; Honigsbaum 1995.
  8. ^ David Icke Interview: Aliens among us
  9. ^ Lauren Cox (Dec. 12, 2008). “What’s Behind Internet Conspiracy Empires?”. ABC News.
  10. ^ The Ten Most Popular Conspiracy Theories
  11. ^ “Minnesota Senate Recount: Challenged ballots: You be the judge”. Minnesota Public Radio. 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-22.
  12. ^ “Why would someone vote for the Lizard People?”. 2008. Retrieved 2010-01-08.
  13. ^ http://gothamist.com/2011/02/25/louis_ck_repeatedly_asks_donald_rum.php
  14. ^ Barkun, Michael (2003). A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America. University of California Press; 1 edition. ISBN 0-520-23805-2.
  15. ^ Brian Dunning (2007-05-21). Support Your Local Reptoid: What started the conspiracy theory that reptilian beings control our governments?. Skeptoid: Critical Analysis of Pop Phenomena. Retrieved 2012-02-11.

 

 

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