Sunday, 28 November 2010

CASE 197 - Reptillian shapeshiffters

Reptilian humanoids comprise a common motif in creation mythology, folklore, science fiction, fantasy, conspiracy theories, ufology, and cryptozoology. Many youtube video's "claim" and show so called "proof" that our famous stars, monarchs, and members of society are reptillian shape shiffters. Just read some of David Ickes stuff as he believes the Queen of Britain rules the world for the reptillians.

In mythology Reptilian humanoids in world mythology include:

Boreas (Aquilon to the Romans): the Greek god of the cold north wind, described by Pausanias as a winged man with serpents instead of legs.

Cecrops I: the mythical first King of Athens was half man, half snake.

Dragon Kings: creatures from Chinese mythology sometimes depicted as reptilian humanoids.

Fu Xi and Nüwa: serpentine founding figures from Chinese mythology.

Glycon: a snake god who had the head of a man.

The Gorgons: Sisters in Greek mythology who had serpents for hair.

Some djinn in Islamic mythology are described as alternating between human and serpentine forms.

The Lamia: a child-devouring female demon from Greek mythology depicted as half woman, half serpent.

Nāga (Devanagari: नाग): reptilian beings from Hindu mythology said to live underground and interact with human beings on the surface.

Ningizzida, Lord of the Tree of Life, mentioned in the Epic of Gilgamesh and linked to the water serpent constellation Hydra.

Quetzalcoatl or the "feathered serpent", the creator god and sky god of the Aztecs; variously depicted as a man, a serpent, or a reptilian humanoid.

The Serpent: character from the Genesis creation myth occasionally depicted with legs, and sometimes identified with Satan.

Sobek: Ancient Egyptian crocodile-headed god.

The White Snake: a figure from Chinese folklore.

Zahhak, a figure from Zoroastrian mythology who, in Ferdowsi's epic Shahnameh, grows a serpent on either shoulder.

In cryptozoology

Purported reptilian humanoid cryptids include:

The Cherufe in Chile.

The Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp in South Carolina
The Loveland Frog (or Loveland Lizard), in Loveland, Ohio
The Thetis Lake monster in Canada

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