Everybody Talks About Aliens and UFOs, I Intend to do Something About Them…

"The Reptoid God is Caught Red Handed"

Not one to take the possibility of being harvested as human cattle lightly, Art Greenfield (not to be confused with Allen Greenfield) is on a mission to warn the world with his aptly titled publication:


I discovered this anti-reptoid prophet when he jumped into a LinkedIn message board conversation I had been following in order to learn more about the noted parapsychologist Barry Taff’s latest book, Aliens Above, Ghosts Below.

Perhaps due to the title of Taff’s book, Greenfield felt called to post a lengthy series of spontaneous missives, and excerpts from his own book, expounding on the well worn notion that society has been infiltrated by ancient alien ‘repto-sapiens’ hungry for human flesh. As one person put it, Greenfield contributed to the conversation “a book…in one night.” However, they added diplomatically that, “nobody is listening to this ‘outer limits’ conjecture.” A less diplomatic poster expressed his opinion that nobody wanted to engage Greenfield’s “awful drivel.”

Not listening? Awful drivel? Well, some may have been put off by his aggressive verbosity, but Greenfield’s heartfelt outpouring (or brazen marketing) lead me to check out his work. It also lead to his posts being flagged for removal from LinkedIn by someone listening very closely to what they felt was his abuse of the message board service.

Whatever comes of his reprisal, I was pleasantly surprised when my inquiry into his site was rewarded with gems such as his page titled: Gods & Reptoids

Since God won’t stop what the Reptoids do to us, HE won’t stop us from what we must do.

Recently the aliens have been promoting prayer and calling on Jesus for protection from alien intervention. This is an alien developed scam and just a means of sidetracking humanity from needed defensive action. The aliens themselves went to a lot of trouble to create the impression that prayer is effective. Praying hasn’t helped deter them in the past. Suddenly it works? Previously the aliens used prayer to identify and eliminate human telepaths from the gene pool. With this “pray on demand” setup, they are trying to condition us to pray when we see them so telepaths can be quickly identified and removed.”

Roll that first sentence around for a second in your head, or, better yet, say it outloud. That’s some classic hard-boiled material right there.

You might be asking – Why would an average citizen become so involved in this shadowy world of reptoid research, alien intrigue, and inflamatory pulp prosody?

Well, it’s simple really, according to Greenfield his “involvement with this subject started fairly recently. People and events kind of grabbed me. I learned rather quickly we had a serious problem facing us. I felt I had to write a book to warn people about the problem.”

More importantly, “in 2001, (his) wife was abducted by aliens, motivating him to find a solution to the alien problem instead of just exposing it in his book as originally planned.”

From the exchange on LinkedIn, and his own website, it’s unclear as to the exact nature of these reptosapiens he theorizes are invisibly influencing culture. Although often refered to as aliens in his writing, he also mentioned to the group that:

“The Repto Sapiens are not a menace to us in a War Of The Worlds type scenario. Earth is their ancestral home world and to them we are a resource to be protected and periodically harvested. Think of them as advanced ranchersw and we are their advanced cattle. In the past they have protected us and run off alien races who were attempting to set up colonies here.”

Whatever the reptoids are, Greenfield hopes that his warnings will be heard, and he will be able “to motivate the public to pressure governments worldwide to build a capable defense force. The defense force will enable us to negotiate with the aliens from a position of strength so as to make the aliens agree to accept alternate food resources that we will supply in exchange for trade.”

With no disrespect to Greenfield’s intensive studies, I’ve long enjoyed reading this kind of narrative as fantastic speculative fiction, or a robust, and slightly hallucinatory, thought experiment. In this light Greenfield’s direct and logically unhindered prose sparkles with unquestionable prowess.

The concept that reptilian overlords would promote prayer to trick telepaths into revealing themselves is genius. The idea of course being that the only efficacy in prayer is self willed, and based on some latent psychic gift, therefore those who are psi-sensitive would be the only ones to cause an effect by praying, thus outing themselves as telepaths to be culled form the herd. I imagine a dystopian film, half Scanners, half They Live! and all brilliant cinema could emerge from that smorgasboard of speculative scientific theorizing.

However, since we don’t have the movie, we have to settle for Greenfield’s current output. So, if you’re not averse to ‘outer limits’ conjectures, and can brave what some would call awful drivel or gross speculation, you too might find something to enjoy in his one man mission to reveal the history of alien interference with humanity, and a beneficial solution.

Remember though, no matter how deep you go, no matter how dark it gets, watch what you pray for, or it might get a lot worse.

71 Comments on "Everybody Talks About Aliens and UFOs, I Intend to do Something About Them…"

  1. Nothing to see here, move along now. I mean, the idea that intelligent reptiles move freely among you, uh, er, us humans is utterly ridiculous, isn’t it? As a break from this kind of silliness, I recommend a look at this page: http://www.ecis.com/~alizard/cooking.html , which contains recipes or recipe links for all sorts of unusual species. 

  2. cakey pig | Sep 8, 2012 at 9:49 am |

    I think Captain Paranoia has entered the building.

    • Art Greenfield | Sep 9, 2012 at 3:29 pm |

      Disinformation in Ufology is something that I am trying to expose. Any questions?
      Art Greenfield

  3. JohnFrancisBittrich | Sep 8, 2012 at 10:38 am |

    “The concept that reptilian overlords would promote prayer to trick telepaths into revealing themselves is genius. The idea of course being that the only efficacy in prayer is self willed, and based on some latent psychic gift, therefore those who are psi-sensitive would be the only ones to cause an effect by praying, thus outing themselves as telepaths to be culled form the herd. I imagine a dystopian film, half Scanners, half They Live! and all brilliant cinema could emerge from that smorgasboard of speculative scientific theorizing.”
    YES! One word (kinda): Kickstarter!

    • I just can’t get that idea out of my head, pentecostal psychics, psycho-kinetic holiness snake handlers, empathic Catholic exorcists vs. human farming reptilians.

      If done with the proper cinematography, script, and creative design…it would be beautiful, so beautiful.

      The cliched search scene, with the paniced human cattle, and one starts praying, the reptilians sense it….I mean the concept of the psychic prayer cull is a seed that could branch into such beautiful media.

      • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 12:06 am |

        Are you familiar with the concept in certain Sufi circles that human psychic powers are actively suppressed by Sufic schools in order to prevent errant development outside of the intended master plan for the species?
        Care to work on these ideas with others?  You seemed to like my take on snake handlers.

        • That’s an interesting idea, I’ve never heard it in that context. I’m most familiar with the avoidance of any kind of psychism due to it’s potential to mislead from the end goal of Gnosis.

          Also, my response to one of your comments on the snake handling piece seems to have gone missing. You’d asked about snake venom as used in ecstatic rituals, and while I’ve not heard anything on that, the Yogi Baba Rampuri discusses the use of scorpion venom by some Yogis in the Himalya’s to induce fever/trance and stave off the effects of the cold:


          Re: working with others, please feel free to contact me through http://liminal-analytics.org/  I’d be happy to discuss any of this in more detail.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 2:26 pm |

            I will be contacting you soon.  In the meantime I thought you might enjoy this.  I have always been enthralled by the Yazidi people and their traditions, which are finally getting some protection now that Kurds are achieving increasing degrees of autonomy.  This is an excerpt from E. S. Drower’s Peacock Angel. (In addition the Yazidi connection of the snake and peacock with a demiurgic angel has wonderful overtones with American Rainbow and Water Serpent Myths) “A shaikh of the clan of Shaikh Mand, he said, was visiting the village with his daughter, and they had brought snakes with them and were going from house to house exhibiting their powers in return for a small fee, so he had bidden them come to my house. I had heard about the descendants of Shaikh Mand, who claim to possess power over serpents and scorpions and to be immune to their poison, and asked Rashid if they really were what they claimed to be. He assured me that they were, and that he had seen Jahera3 (“Snake-Poison”), the small daughter of the shaikh, handle unharmed a poisonous snake fresh from the fields, and that the serpents they carried with them had not had their fangs removed. “It has been known,” he conceded, “for a shaikh of that clan to die from snakebite, but if this happens they say that he was not a good man.”Rashid added that the shaikhs of Shaikh Mand ate serpents raw and suffered no harm. The shaikh and his little daughter now entered our courtyard. Large serpents, one brown and one black, were draped about the necks of the man and child, their tails falling behind like fur boas worn years ago by European women. The shaikh unwound the big black snake from Jahera’s neck, and it slithered along in the sparse grass looking very evil indeed. It was some five or six feet in length and its body two inches or more in thickness. He caught it again, returned it to the child and then displayed his own. I disbursed an offering and then the shaikh and the ugly little girl posed for their photographs, holding the snakes’ flat heads close to their lips. “

  4. the Dinosaur

  5. Infvocuernos | Sep 8, 2012 at 4:14 pm |

    If I were going to raise cattle, I think I would choose something with a shorter gestation period and and a shorter period before reaching adult size, as well as have having a larger yield of flesh-like the pig. 


    • griezzel | Sep 8, 2012 at 7:58 pm |

      they are those that feed on fear and insanity. lots of different things eat different parts of us. funny, but i always thought it was evil humans that culled the psiceks

    • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 10:57 am |

      People have a particularly piquant pineal & pituitary.

  6. Jesus Borg | Sep 8, 2012 at 6:03 pm |

     To tell whose really a “Repto Sapiens” you have to take their jumpsuit off:

  7. Well these reptoid-sapiens seem to be a lazy bunch, the human race is in it’s billions and there’s no sign of the harvesters. Not only that, but if Earth is their home world, and we’re just another resource, surely they’d be a bit more concerned with the way we’re treating their other resources.

    • Jesus Borg | Sep 8, 2012 at 7:32 pm |

       They harvest our emotional energy. That’s one theory. “feeding the moon” is what Gurdjieff called it. So that’s the idea behind orchestrating wars and things like that, to cause a big spike of negative emotion.

      Interestingly in Eastern Religions there is a big emphasis on keeping an even keel. So the idea is that holding humanity back involves keeping them in endless cycles of emotional ups and downs.

  8. Ted Heistman | Sep 8, 2012 at 6:50 pm |

    I thought they just wanted to eat our “loosh”?

  9. Jesus Borg | Sep 8, 2012 at 7:47 pm |

    I have to say,I’m fascinated with reptoids.  Campy stuff like “They Live” is really fun. Also I’ve read a lot of David Icke, in kind of a campy science fictiony vein and also in a more serious vein, because he talks about things at different levels.

    I’ve also had experiences in altered states of consciousness. I had an experience similar to That guy Aubrey that’s on the Joe Rogan podcast from time to time relating his various Ayahuasca trips. He encountered a Dragon recently in his last trip down there with the shamans.

    I had an experience where I was transformed into a Dragon. It was really amazing. Dragons really seem real. Its hard to describe. They just have this really strong presence and their own type of flavor to them. They are very Noble and haughty and very smooth.JRR Tolkein I think really tapped into something with his account of Smaug in the Hobbit and lots of other Fantasy writers and artists. Dragons were on Viking ships and European Crests and things. So they just seem like Beings that have been around and are deep in the human collective unconscious. Weather they have an existence independant of that is hard to prove one way or the other.

    • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 12:22 am |

      I always liked the angle on dragons that the game Shadowrun took.
      Oh, and what were you doing that elicited this dragon transformation?

      • Jesus Borg | Sep 9, 2012 at 7:16 am |

        I was actually listening to a drumming tape. I probably have enough DMT in my brain to choke a horse already without extra supplementation!

        • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 1:55 pm |

          Interesting, there is certainly a storied history of rhythmic induction for metamorphic transformations.  Did you find the dragon entity to bear resemblance to western or eastern traditions?

          • Jesus Borg | Sep 10, 2012 at 10:54 am |

            Well, before that There were a bunch of Neanderthals in a cave sitting by a fire beating drums. The fire light cast a shadow on the wall of the cave distorting their brutish features into even more sinister shapes. Then from deep within the bowels of the Earth they summoned this ancient creature, older than all life on planet earth yet anthropoid in shape. It was a “segmented man” something that looked like some kind of millipede or something, but walking upright with with two arms and two legs and an appendage that looked like a head. But each appendage looked like the others, just a tube of segments. It did some kind of strange dance to the beat of the drumming.

            Then I walked down the hole in the back of the cave that was opened up when they summoned the segmented man from the depths. The hole got really narrow and as I squeezed through I was somehow contorted into a dragon like shape, with a long serpentine body and became a dragon. I think I was a Western Dragon, with blue black skin like an Alligator. I passed through all four elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water mastering each one, swimming, flying, etc.

            Then I found myself on the Campus of the University or Wisconsin in Madison, walking down the bike path, between the campus and Lake Mendota. I stood about ten feet tall. I had all the same mental faculties yet I was covered in scales and had huge teeth and a long snout like a crocodile. So I was thinking wow this is much better. I never thought there could be anything that had huge teeth plus intelligence.

            So then after this experience, for a while I could tap into what it felt like to be a dragon. Then I recognized this quality in certain other people that they resonated with dragons. Like for example how I imagine Ghengis Khan, strapped with a bunch of weapons and wearing fur and fine silk.

            Some of the people David Icke claims are reptilian seem like they resonate with dragons, but many don’t. Like for Example this guy seems like he could have been a Dragon:


            And of course he lived in the most huge pimped out Castle in Europe,
            But just because people have money doesn’t mean they seem like a dragon to me. But Really Old school Barons that are involved in Fascist causes, I think really have dragon feel to them.  

          • Thanks for sharing that, I really do feel like I can understand what it might feel like to transform into one, especially when you mentioned blue/black skin. My lion (although not really “mine” I suppose) has more of an orange/yellow flavour. After that I was looking at some pictures myself and trying to see what sort of creatures different people’s faces exuded the most XD

          • Jesus Borg | Sep 10, 2012 at 7:01 pm |

            Yeah, there is something too that. Like people have different animal totems or something. I think ancient tribes in Europe had different totems and then it evolved into Heraldry. But Lions and Dragons were pretty common. All the European Totems are like wicked rapacious. Some Soth American Shamans havre commented on that.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 10, 2012 at 7:53 pm |

            Do you have a source for S. American shamans talking about Euro totems?

          • Jesus Borg | Sep 11, 2012 at 9:11 am |

            Not off hand but it might be related to the guy that wrote “confessions of an economic hit man” or it may have been something on here. Anyway the idea is that shamans in “turtle island” have all kinds of totems from porcupines to hummingbirds, but in Western Europe its all Eagles, Lions, Dragons, etc.

            And I think if you go back to Pagan Europe you have some really War-like people. It wasn’t just Christianity that screwed us up.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 11, 2012 at 11:32 am |

            I read ‘confessions’…I have some notes, I’ll have to look.  You are correct about Euro character – its appalling how much knowledge was lost of pre-xtian/roman Europe.  I guess all we have is what was sublimated into more pervasive cultural characteristics.  It’s fascinating to catch glimpses of what came before.  I’m going to submit an article on the pre-xtian euro draco lords.
            I enjoyed your visionary story…quite interesting.  Still mulling it over.   But intelligence with teeth….  ; )   oh yeah.

          • Ted Heistman | Sep 11, 2012 at 7:46 pm |

            Thanks I might write an article about it called “I, Reptoid” I am looking forward to your article as well.

            The “cofessions” guy wrote a bunch of other books about South American shamans. He uses imagery of the Eagle uniting with the Condor.

            Were the Draco Lords related in any way to the Scythians?

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 11, 2012 at 10:41 pm |

             …continued on fresh thread.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 10, 2012 at 8:12 pm |

            I’ve also experienced the emergence of an alchemical chimera lion in various states.  Your tarot reference is interesting because I thought the equivalent Thoth card of Lust XI (Crowley described it as the rapture of vigour) carried the feeling quite well. 
            (In an aside to connect into other threads on this post:  Note the right hand of holding the alchemical chalice/sacramental wine/womb, which also resembles a droplet of blood emerging from the central rays which look like a peacock.  Crowley describes this as the Holy Grail aflame with love and death mingling the sacraments of Aeon with the Horns of the Beast/Serpents causing the destruction – regeneration of the age. 
            The sounding of horns, droplets emerging from luminous snakes into a cup?   Sounds like a shack shakin party. 

          • Thanks for the elucidation, that was really something looking at that card. Before the trip I had read quite a lot of Crowley without really understanding it, so I’m guessing that influenced my experience and is probably one of the reasons why the whole thing has so many parallels with ‘Lust’. I’ll probably have to invest in the deck, I haven’t had the opportunity to really study it yet.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 12, 2012 at 8:32 am |

            The Thoth deck is a head trip to say the least.  Crowley certainly had a knack for pulling symbolic language together.

          • Jin The Ninja | Sep 12, 2012 at 11:15 am |

            that was interestingly enough my first deck.

  10. You might have a different take on this after reading Penetration: The Question of Extraterrestrial and Human Telepathy by Ingo Swann, who was the pioneer in the field of remote viewing for the US military.

  11. Jimmy Johnson | Sep 9, 2012 at 2:11 am |

    Here is an interview with him that is very interesting I just found claiming Obama is a reptilian alien hand puppet. The host of the radio show the article is found on seems to be doing it for the shock rock dark humor of it mostly at The Church Of Mabus radio show.


  12. Actually this article and the ensuing comments have been disturbingly similar to something I have been in the process of experiencing myself for maybe a year or so now. I didn’t realise what a fundamental pattern it seems to be. Bear with me, I’ll have to wind around a bit to get to the point. Tripping my balls off at a festival a couple of years ago, I lay for a good hour or so in torment, as you do, concerned with the actions I had judged as wrong I had served out upon others and likewise theirs to me that had caused hurt. “But I love you all,” I remember thinking, “Why would you do this to me? Where is the forgiveness? Where is MY forgiveness?” “This must have been how Jesus felt,” swam up, “He must have done something really terrible to trip off forgiveness that hard.” Feelings of respect, compassion and allegience. Haze, more writhing in agony for a bit, then female hands softly closing my jaws, and I am the lion from the tarot card Strength. I am calmed.
    A fuzzy patch of memory for the next day and night as I come down and wear off the effects. On the second day a man takes off all his clothes and runs around the field in a frenzy screaming that they’ve come, the aliens have arrived and they’re here right now. On the third day, I top up my trip with two drops. The sun is out, painfully beautiful music emanating from the chillout tent. I find myself in the room where time does not exist. My consciousness is transforming. I feel something descend from above into my mind and I am powerless to do anything but experience it, yet I am completely passive and unafraid. It feels alien. It speaks to me when it arrives and merges with me. “What a mess,” it says, it could have been shaking it’s/(our?) head and smiling, “Let’s clean this place up.” I know then that previous conditions have not been right for us to combine. The pain in my chest that has always been there has gone. I am completely calm and relaxed. Words occur; “This is how we are meant to be, this is the natural state.” At this point I become the lion again, I lay on my belly inside the Tipi looking towards the entrance to the chillout tent and my tail swooshes flies away lazily. I survey the field with loyal and watchfully protective eyes. After I leave the festival, the lion follows me. He warns me of predatorial intent in others by merging with me and roaring using my face. When this happens I feel energised in every muscle, body and mind, and feel enormous conviction. Ready to spring. So yeah the telepathy bit… even before the festival I had been having bouts of ‘telepathy’ paranoia, wondering if people could hear my thoughts as I seemed to be occasionally hearing theirs, and if so could they kindly please get the fuck out and mind their own business, as I sure as hell don’t wanna poke around in theirs. But as soon as I stepped into that place around the people that were there I could feel it – a higher receptivity quotient. After the above described trip the paranoia dissipated, as the more I observed and learned about it the more I realised how indrect the transaction really is, for me at least. I’ve also since stopped being so ashamed of the darker corners which gives me a lovely ‘well fuck it if they know’ attitude.

    Anyway yes the whole point of me recounting all that was because of how many elements in one three-day period seemed startlingly relevant to the article/website and the other comments here. It never actually occurred to me that the whole experience could be a bad thing i.e not beneficial to me, but then that’s what would make it an elaborate scam I suppose. I also know that the whole telepathic/alien abduction/invasion issue is shrouded in huge amounts of paranoia and premature conclusions, it really is quite a scary thing to experience at first when you’ve been taught it’s impossible, and quite difficult to talk about even amongst the older and more experienced members of the psytrance crowd. It occurs that maybe this theory is an example of how the experience is shaped and filtered with fear, BUT it would seem stupid to me to assume that something this potentially powerful wouldn’t be watched and monitored and even used against us, assuming it’s real and me and the people I have shared the experience with are not just going totally bonkers. The only real defense I can see against something like that, isn’t the refusal to talk about it, but to talk about it as much as possible so everyone can understand that something is actually happening even though we are seeing it differently, or at the very least attempting to bring the concept out of the bizarre niche section and into widespread acknowledgement and acceptance. In that way I agree with Greenfield, although his panic tactics I don’t think are immediately helpful to the widespread-acknowledgement bit. There are just so many correlations between stories and evidence of this phenomena between apparently unrelated people it seems unreasonable to not plan for the sort of situation Greenfield proposes though. For my part I quite liked the interaction I had with my ‘alien’, but the fact it won me over so completely is also quite concerning.

    • Jesus Borg | Sep 9, 2012 at 1:25 pm |

      Well, if you get into Zen they say all that stuff is all bullshit anyway. Visions, talking to angels, all just considered a distraction in the path.

      So wether they are friendly or not would be a moot point. Its just something you don’t take too seriously. Though by another school of thought, I have read accounts of people being healed from diseases and straightening their lives out from Iboga and ayahuasca trips, which involves talking with entities.

      One explanation is that these beings could be more advanced than humans in an unenlighteneed state but less advanced that say an arahat.

      • That’s one of the more interesting areas of comparative theology, or comparative religious studies. Shamanic traditions are often at odds with the Gnostic traditions of the major religions.

        Although something like the Chod practice in Tibetan Buddhism seems to be able to combine both tendencies into a powerful tradition.

        • Calypso_1 | Sep 9, 2012 at 6:34 pm |

          If you take the Hermetic/Alchemical/Magical traditions as an offshoot of Gnostic ones I believe one could argue for at least some allowance of ‘distractions’ of this nature.

    • Johnathan Talat Philips book Electric Jesus deals with this from an experiential standpoint. He had some similar experiences to what you are describing, only his were directly related to the Gray/Reptilian/etc. mythos. http://www.realitysandwich.com/electric_jesus_prologue

    • Vaptorious | Sep 10, 2012 at 1:16 pm |

      Your “alien” encounter bears all the hallmarks of demonic possession. You would do well to consider that very seriously.  It’s not a myth or superstition.  If you want more information (and I hope you do), I recommend looking into Malachi Martin.  He’s deceased now, but was a prolific exorcist over many decades, and shared extensive information about that topic in his writings and interviews.

      He was also an archaeologist / expert in ancient languages (with a PhD), a personal advisor to 3 popes, and a best-selling novelist (he used novels as a way of indirectly revealing lots of dirty secrets about the Vatican, etc.)

      The best source I have for you is his interview with Art Bell in the mid-90’s.  Here’s a link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TqtySnOAqM&feature=related 

      This interview is fascinating, frightening and (most importantly) educational.  He speaks at length about the “mechanics” of demonic possession, and the various degrees with which it can occur.  His book “Hostage to the Devil” goes into even greater depth.  In it, he reports on 5 distinct cases of possession, including extensive interviews with people involved in each one.

      The interview (linked above) and the book reveal a great deal about the motivations and the operational framework of demonic forces, and I implore you to listen to the things he’s shared.  So many of the details you shared in your post strike me as the exact symptoms of “interference,” “harassment” or possession.  e.g., “its/our”, the “transaction” of your communication, your acceptance of something that you don’t understand fully and the fact that it happened on LSD (which can be great, but which can also inhibit your own personal possession of yourself, and weaken your defenses to a predatory spirit).

      In the meantime, if you value your soul, you must absolutely and ggressively reject any part of yourself being occupied, shared or “co-habitated” in any way.  Demonic forces are infinitely smarter than you, crafty, deceptive and playing for keeps.  We are all curious about spirituality, and there are lots of fascinating paths to explore before us.  Trust me—I’ve spent years researching secret societies, ancient aliens, Nephilim, etc.  Only recently, did the whole picture come into focus for me.  That happened when a) I recognized that Satan is real, and b) I started reading the Bible for the first time in my life.  All the fascinating occult stuff is certainly real… but it’s a deception, and it leads to damnation, not salvation or enlightenment.  That’s the truth.

      Wherever you are in your faith, as Malachi Martin says in the interview above, “You are a human being… you were redeemed by Christ, whether you like it or not… whether you believe it or not.”

      Best of luck… and God bless.

      • Calypso_1 | Sep 10, 2012 at 1:50 pm |

        I have some Demons if you’d like an encounter.  It’s funny how you notice the “infinitely smarter than you” part.  Did that happen after you “..starte[d] reading the Bible for the first time in [your] life”?  The premise of this article…oh I love it.  Keep Praying.  Maybe, just maybe you’ll have a break through.  I can tell your pineal tastes like turpentine.  So does the Popes, with a touch of burnt rubber and smegma.  Back to Breitbart with you. 

      • “…the fact that it happened on LSD (which can be great, but which can also inhibit your own personal possession of yourself, and weaken your defenses to a predatory spirit).”

        Actually I was wondering if you might be able to elaborate on this a little bit? I’m not sure I understand what you really mean. I had a look at the Malachi dude, but unfortunately the experiences I have had being raised by catholics have been much much worse than any experience I have had with bizarre entities, demonic or otherwise, so I have to admit a bias in myself for shying away from the catholic viewpoint. The interview unfortunately I am unable to view because I have an internet dongle and very little bandwidth. If you have any literature to recommend instead I’ll give that a shot.

        • Jesus Borg | Sep 11, 2012 at 9:06 am |

          I think you’re good bro. If you were all like “I hate myself I’d rather be the Lion dude all the time” then you might be “demon posessed.” But people become posessed by things all the time. Weather its political ideology, Celebrity worship or whatever. The Evengelicals are often just as posessed by their own memes and often not in a good way, though as a Spiritual path I don’t denigrate Christianity in general.

          • Yes, christianity can be very beautiful too. Hearing an accomplished chamber choir in a cathedral really transports me to the realm of sacred perfection. Have you heard ‘Miserare Mei’? It used to be it was only ever sung in the presence of the Pope, and honestly I can see why it was treated in this manner, and while I myself choose to only play it every so often out of wonder and respect, I think it’s lamentable that such beauty and grace was not considered appropriate for everyone. To hear it really is a transformative experience.

          • Ted Heistman | Sep 12, 2012 at 11:56 am |

             That sounds awesome! Is it on Youtube or Pandora or anywhere? I am guessing its not but I’d love to hear it.

          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhIQGYhPziE

            Tenebrae do the best rendition of it I’ve heard. There’s a King James College choir version that’s really best avoided imo. The mp3 is effective enough, but I really look forward to the day I get to hear it in it’s proper acoustic environment with the right choir. 

          • Ted Heistman | Sep 12, 2012 at 10:30 pm |

             thank you for that.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 13, 2012 at 12:01 am |

            Have you heard the Tallis Scholars perform it?

            This piece kept me from cutting my wrists.
            That and a bunch of LSD. 

          • Yeah I like that version alot, and no I hadn’t heard it before. I actually think I like it better, reverb treatment, how well all the voices compliment each other, and there seemed to be a much more perceptive liberty with their phrases and pauses. Kinda belied a much more intricate undercurrent, if that makes any sense.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 13, 2012 at 6:10 pm |

            If you ever get the chance to see the Tallis Scholars perform do it.  Their countertenors are exquisite (& sopranos). You will treasure it your entire life.

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 14, 2012 at 12:57 am |

            Yes your description makes perfect sense.  The piece in itself is transcendent but their performance is sublime.  I’ve heard this live in an incredible acoustic space and I swear it is hard to stay in your body.

          • Um it’s not exactly miserare but I’ve been keeping musical records of my journey, and well this whole conversation on here really fired me up to start working on them again, so I’d like to share them with you. I’ve been at the digital production five years so don’t expect wonders ok. Still working on the psychedelic textures
             >.< But this describes what I couldn't in words. the final melody was given to me by the elves (alot happened during that festival)http://www.sendspace.com/file/35bz16

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 19, 2012 at 8:17 am |

            Oh thanks for sharing them with me.  It’s wonderful when such conversation sparks inspiration.  You’re not the only one in this regards. 
            Some of that piece is downright hypnotic, literally.  You could definitely create trance inductions.  Good work! What kind of platform are you composing on?
            I don’t know what production capabilities you have or if you’ve ever tried to do any thing like this but I was hearing a lot of opportunities for psychoacoustic effects, quadraphonic-like panning that would really expand the sonic space and mess with the head : )

          • I have a pair of active monitors (ableton live 8 pc) but no surround setup, but I really would love to be able to do that stuff, mixing in surround and creating immersive musical scenery. This guys is kind fo my idol for that at the moment, listen to this and tell me you can’t feel the demon: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sR2BDGmEoo (ignore the video, I feel it actually detracts from the music a bit)

          • I surprised and elated that a post on repto-sapiens has had such a fantastic discussion ensue, such that it’s moved into meditations on the beauty of Miserare Mei!

          • Calypso_1 | Sep 13, 2012 at 12:19 am |

            I do believe a little somethin, somethin circulated.

  13. Hi Jesus Borg,
    I have not personally witnessed a Repto Sapien “shape-shift” because they are “physically” incapable of doing that. A ufologist friend of mine, Susan Gordon and her friend, did witness the advanced holographic technology that the Repto Sapiens use to disguise themselves, (They also use the same system to make themselves invisible.) Susan was at a UFO conference in the midwest several years ago and was in a room with her friend that had just cleared out after a speech by another ufologist. He was in the room with them and was gathering his stuff up to leave when there was a momentary electronic glitch in his holo-suit. The girls saw that he was a Repto Sapien and reacted with shock. The Rep realized he had been made and using what was probably a diamagnetic lifter tool in his suit, picked up Susan’s friend from 50 feet away and threw her across the room. He told them if they ever revrealed his true nature to anyone, he would kill both of them. 

  14. Since there are obviously several educated people
    who have posted comments on this topic here, I’ll throw in a few things to give
    you some idea about what is going on from a scientific angle. In my book I go
    into great detail to show evidence of the advanced equipment that our Repto
    Sapien cousins use to accomplish their goals here. Here’s two items that are
    kind of fun, invisibility technology and electronic mind control technology.
    Wow, sounds like science fiction, doesn’t it? Lucky for us, our military has
    recovered this technology (and a LOT more) from crashed alien craft, has
    back-engineered it, copied it, and now deploys it in service today as we speak.
    The invisibility tech is called by 2 names, optoelectronic camouflage, and
    electrochromatic camouflage. The patent for it is now on file with the US Patent
    Office if you want to look it up to see how it works. I also included the entire
    patent description in my book. About 2 years ago the Discovery Channel ran a
    show about this and showed that when this is used on an army tank or an
    aircraft, you could be standing 10 feet away from it in broad daylight and not
    be able to see it. If a soldier is wearing an invisibility suit, he could stand
    right next to you and you could not see him, the same thing goes for a Repto
    Sapien. A while back some Al Qaeda IED bomb people were making a video showing
    them trying to blow up one of our tanks in Iraq. They caught one of our soldiers
    wearing an invisibility suit in the video after the bomb went off, and they put
    the video on the Internet to warn other terrorists about our

    Check it

    INVISIBLE soldier caught on


  15. Calypso_1 | Sep 11, 2012 at 10:43 pm |

    [continued from – T Heistman/Jesus Borg]

    Interesting you should bring that up.
    They were descendents of the Getae/Dacians of the Carpathia – Scythia Minor region.  There was a group related to the Scythians, the Agathyrsi, who were absorbed into them. (There is also evidence that this particular group was the origin of the Picts)
    As of yet I am not aware of any connections with the Scythians and my research.  However, there are connections that span from Hellenic all the way to Sino-Tibetan peoples. 
    Do you have a Scythian connection?
    I think I’m going to have to set up a blog for all this and run a post from that.  Too much info.  : )

    • Jesus Borg | Sep 12, 2012 at 10:30 am |

       Google “De Vere” or like “De Vere + Draco” or something like that. David Icke got a of of his stuff from this guy. He is a British Baron or something that claims to be descended from all these dragons and ties his lineage to the Royal Scythians.

      I am not claiming he’s not a crack pot, but he’s definitely an interesting read.

      • Calypso_1 | Sep 12, 2012 at 11:23 am |

        Oh yeah, I’m rather familiar with all that.  Anything with Merovingian attached to it tends to raise a flag for me real quick.  The Scythians have been produced as a candidate in sooo many flights of fancy.  Professional mystificators and charlatanism aside, it does make for entertaining reading.
        I’ve been trying to track down archaeological falsifications in this arena for some time now.  The Russians are masters of it – Iconographical warfare.  They had a whole division of the KGB that specialized in nothing but antiquities forgeries.  When you start looking into the nature of propaganda in this part of the world (basically the conflict zones of the Pontic states/Byzantine /Russian/Ottoman/Caucuses) a single dubious archaeological ‘find’ will be spun into epic poems and legends, change place names etc and be used to fuel territorial conquest.
        The Scythians are fascinating though, so much we’ll never know.  I love speculating as well, mythopoesis is part of the mankind’s quest to explore its place in the world.  However, I prefer at least a little more connectivity (and less ‘autobiographicism’) to probable reality chains than individuals like DeVere seem to have.

        • Ted Heistman | Sep 12, 2012 at 12:07 pm |

           Yeah, I tend to agree with you about him. Icke’s point seems to have been “See what these guys secretly believe about themselves! It must be true!”

          Which obviously involves a pretty big leap in logic. But I suspect there is a species of propoganda desgned for consumption of elites, you know, like what the sons of the “Captains of Industry” learn in “skull and Bones” and things like that. “We are all actually descended from Aliens and that’s why we must rule the world”

          I think its quite possible there is some type of PSYOPS that goes on like that, thats aimed only at certain people born into privilege from Old money families.

          I mean probably certain families do believe they are descended from Jesus Christ and that the Vatican objects to that, but the point people miss is that it can be both “a secret” and also not true.

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