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.