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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Ancient Evidence For The Reptilians?
Making Sense of Creatures That Shouldn’t Exist, But Might
By Dorraine Fisher

Are “monsters” just products of the human psyche? Figments of active imaginations? Tools for parents to make children stay safe?

These have been the conventional beliefs for so long. They’ve been taught in all our learning institutions, and they’re widely accepted theories by mainstream science. But are they really true? Or could there be more to the story?

I think it’s time for us to evolve...and ask some deeper questions of our world. And we need to ask those questions no matter how silly they sound to other people. Because there’s a bigger danger in not asking them. If we don’t ask them, we may never know the REAL truth.
Case in point: reptilian humanoids.  Laugh if you like, but people have claimed to have seen them in modern times; creatures akin to the monster from the Black Lagoon include, the Loveland Frogman, the Honey Island Swamp Monster, and the Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp. And this is only to name a few. But are these witnesses just crazy? Or is there more to the story? The first question we ask as cryptozoologists is whether these kinds of sightings are a new phenomenon in our time or if there is some kind of historical evidence for the existence of such creatures?

And yes, there is historic documentation of reptilians all over the world going back to the beginning of humanity. And we’re supposed to believe these were mythical creatures of mythical stories. But why did the ancients spend so much time documenting mythical creatures when they must have understood the significance of telling the real story of their existence to future generations? Why did they invest so much energy into depicting strange creatures into stone texts only to tell a mythical story. Wouldn’t it have been more constructive to pound a hammer and chisel into rock in order to tell the real story? A story literally carved in stone? I think we need to start looking at our history differently and stop assuming that these strange creatures depicted in the texts were put there for entertainment purposes. And that’s all scientists have been doing is assuming, and encouraging us to to the same. So what would happen if we started to look at this from the angle that these were creatures that humans actually had seen and maybe believed were normal in their time? How would that change how we look at history?

Just like artists do today, ancient artists depicted their gods, rulers, and other prominent figures in their art. The only supposed mythical creatures depicted in modern art are those copied from historical art or derived from it. So, why do we need to believe that ancient artists weren’t depicting the prominent and truly existing figures of their time?  At least as they understood them. The more we know about history, the more we need to realize that it may have been possible at one time that different types of humanoids walked the earth side by side in our distant past. Or maybe even still today. The evidence is all over the place in historic art and literature.

So take a look at these pictures below and try to see them as depictions of creatures that humans at the time actually saw and believed to be real. How does that affect your perspective? How does this way of thinking affect your view of human history as a whole? Tell us in the comments.

Iguana-like faces on statues from the Euphrates River region from the early Bronze Age.

Lizard-headed alien from ancient Egypt, originally found in Jerusalem. It was said to have been kept secret by the Rockefeller Museum.

Curious humanoid depictions from Burrows Cave in Southern Illinois, USA. Part of the artifacts said to be treasures of what’s believed to be the lost tomb of Alexander. But they’re interesting no matter where they came from.

Statue of the Annunaki, ancient Sumerian demigod giant. They were said to be shapeshifters.

Kappa Japanese reptilian aliens.

Sobek the crocodile god, from the Mendes Gallery, Egypt.

Reptilian figure from Mexico. Said to be around 6000 years old.

Ancient Mayan serpent-like creature, from Yaxchilan, Mexico.

Statue of a small reptilian humanoid, from the Nomoli collection, Sierra Leone, Africa.


This Post By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher. Dorraine is a Professional Writer, photographer, a nature, wildlife and Bigfoot enthusiast who has written for many magazines. Dorraine conducts research, special interviews and more for The Crypto Crew. Get Dorraine's book The Book Of Blackthorne!

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