Thursday, April 29, 2010

Oh, Crazy, How I Have Missed You So

Christianity, prophecy, the Book of Enoch and Reptilians. What do all four of those have in common? This post (scroll down to The Reptilian Reality), the Holy Grail of christian crazy.

Yesterday my friend 'A' (<< 'friend' being used VERY tongue-in-cheek) asked me how I can read Half Past Human reports - after all, he attested, HPH believes the world leaders are actually reptilian overlords in disguise. "I just want to know your take on it." He added sardonically. And ironically, I have wanted to write about this every since last week, when George Ure and the HPH dudes came out with the 'reptilian overlord' theory.

What is this reptilian overload theory? Well, HPH has discovered a group in Canada that have taken the Bible and translated it using just the 22 symbols that make up the Hebrew alphabet. See, other symbols had been added, and it changed the meaning of a lot of things in the Bible, apparently. So they are working to restore it to its original - which may or may not be real/true - I don't know. It's called The Chronicle Project, and honestly I haven't had time to read much about it... only what Ure summarized. Which basically says that there's a WORD that can be uttered (that we don't know) that will show our world leaders to be reptilian overlords, wearing human skin as a disguise. It sounds like a sci-fi plot, doesn't it? Only it isn't.

I am rubbing my hands together and cackling with glee! This is like Christmas! This is like winning the lottery!

Gen 3:1a Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made.

We were always taught that the 'serpent' in the Garden was a 'beast', or animal on the earth, that it was cursed for tempting Eve, and then it's legs were taken off and that's what a snake is today. But what if that's not true? Try to leave behind church-taught notions for a moment. Because how many animals do you know that can reason, converse with logic, and be 'cunning'? There aren't any. The church said that Satan possessed the snake and used it to converse with Eve, but NOWHERE in scripture do we see that confirmed. It doesn't even say that the 'serpent' is Satan in Genesis. In fact, look at this verse from the Book of Enoch:

And how many times have you seen a man appear from dust? How many times have you seen a tree that grants immortality or knowledge? Seriously, the talking lizard-snake is the most reasonable thing in Genesis.

Yes, this verse is from Revelation, but it's from a timeline, so it's referring to something that has already happened. We see a 'dragon', identified as Satan, being cast from heaven along with his minions, after 'casting a third of the stars to earth'. So first, Satan as a dragon. What's a snake with legs? A dragon, pretty much. He wasn't cast into Hell, he was cast down to earth, along with his fellow fallen angels. So 'serpent' with legs = 'dragon' = fallen angels. With me?

Assumptions! I make them and call them fact, and then I mercilessly abuse the innocent equals sign. It's religion!

Next up: Nephilim.

Enoch 7:3 - 8:3 And they became pregnant, and they bare great giants, whose height was three thousand ells: Who consumed all the acquisitions of men. And when men could no longer sustain them, the giants turned against them and devoured mankind. And they began to sin against birds, and beasts, and reptiles, and fish, and to devour one another's flesh, and drink the blood. Then the earth laid accusation against the lawless ones. AndAzazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all coloring tinctures. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways.

The word used for these 'giants' are Nephilim. Apparently they were nasty creatures. Now... suspending what we think to be logical and rational, think about this. The first appearance of the 'Sons of God' or fallen angels on the earth was as a dragon/legged serpent. If he took on this 'reptilian' appearance, would it not also follow that his fellow fallen would do the same? And what happens when you mix something that has the physical likeness of something reptilian with something that has the physical likeness of man?

Just... hang in there... because I'm JOKING. Sort of. Well... okay, no, I'm not... exactly. Let's just hold this thought and continue with verse, hm? For now?

She's not joking! And she's showing the amazing power of the "if . . . then" construct: if you allow my completely insane presumption then anything is possible, including Reptilian overlords.

This actually gets crazier.

Rev 9:7 And the shapes of the locusts were like unto horses prepared unto battle; and on their heads were as it were crowns like gold, and their faces were as the faces of men. And they had hair of women and their teeth were the teeth of lions... And they had tails like unto scorpions, and there were stings in their tails: and their power was to hurt men five months. And they had a king over them, which is the angel of the bottomless pit, whose name in the Hebrew tongue is Abaddon, but in the Greek tongue hath this name Apollyon.

I've never seen any of the 'Alien' movies, but in doing an image search for 'aliens', I found this. It's uncanny how close they got it - it has teeth like a lion, a tail like a scorpion, it's raised up, sort of like a human, but more like a horse rearing (prepared unto battle?). This sucker doesn't exactly have the face of a man or hair of a woman, though. But still...! For Hollywood, they sure got it about right! Now (and I know ALL of this is suspending logic and reason as we see ourselves logical and reasonable)... if something looking like this showed up, what would the people around you - unversed in scripture - think it was? A fallen angel? Hardly. It's an ALIEN... right?

More, where do you think this concept CAME from? Remember, this has been foretold for thousands of years. Man blows it off, but do you think the 'evil spirits' - the remains of the Nephilim who remember what happened to their fathers and know of their pending release - do you think they wouldn't utilize this, desensitize (or at least work the concept into our culture) in order to prepare for it?

This is why I don't laugh off Half Past Human's outrageous statements about 'alien wars' in our future, about 'reptilian overlords'.
Because scripture supports it. Sure, it's TOTALLY outside of our norm, but it really happened, and it's foretold to happen again... in our near future.

That's right, HR Giger, the artist who created the creature above, is some kind of prophet, desperately trying to warn us of the horror to come! It's totally impossible, unsupported by any evidence, but look! an old book says it happened, so it will. Just like that. I almost hope the xenomorphs are our new alien overlords, because at least our suffering will be short.

Well, THAT sheds some light on the matter, doesn't it? Food for thought, anyhow. I don't claim to have all the answers as to what is going to happen, but I certainly have quite a few of the puzzle pieces. And I hope this helps to put a few together for other people, who don't quite understand, but see some of this and wonder.

Sure, I could be wrong about our alien overlords. It's possible they look more like the Terminator than the xenomorphs, but hey, it's something to consider, right? I'm glad we sorted that out.


  1. I, for one, welcome our new reptilian overlords!

  2. It's possible they look more like the Terminator than the xenomorphs

    Necrons or Tyranids, you don't give us much of a choice here PF.

  3. Fuck it, Jaegers. At least if you have the sense to wear a really big hat when they arrive, you'll be fine.

  4. Man. The things they forgot to tell us about in Sunday School...

  5. I'm very confused by the comment about Hebrew. The Bible (well most of the OT at least) is written in Hebrew. We have the text; what do they mean to translate the Bible into Hebrew? And what are these extra symbols they are talking about? This sounds like some sort of confusion with the fact that Hebrew doesn't normally show vowelization and that there's a later system that includes vowel symbols. But that's not part of the generally written text either. Very confused.


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