Who are the reptilians?
There are hundreds of articles and possibly even more speculations about the nature and origins of Reptilians. The most common and accepted theory is the obvious, they are lizard looking beings from either Draco or Orion. That is the accepted theory, however, in this article we will be exploring a new theory. Were the reptilians actually lizard/serpent looking beings? My gut tells me they weren’t and that the notion that they were reptilian looking is more to do with wisdom then physical appearance.
Many ancient cultures have serpentine and dragon symbolism. Especially the Chinese. But this is all symbolism that reflects a history of contact with intelligent and wise beings, most likely also healers. It doesn’t mean that these beings were actually reptoid/serpent/snake creatures.
Snakes were central to many mythologies because of their perceived quality of being both familiar and exotic. The behavior of snakes and their facial features (e.g. the unblinking, lidless eyes) seemed to imply that they were intelligent, that they lived by reason and not instinct, and yet their thought-processes were as alien to humans as their ways of movement.
Snakes were associated with wisdom in many mythologies, perhaps due to the appearance of pondering their actions as they prepare to strike, which was copied by medicine men in the build-up to prophecy in parts of West Africa. Usually the wisdom of snakes was regarded as ancient and beneficial towards humans but sometimes it could be directed against humans. In East Asia snake-dragons watched over good harvests, rain, fertility and the cycle of the seasons, whilst in ancient Greece and India, snakes were considered to be lucky and snake-amulets were used as talismans against evil.
In northern Europe and West Asia, snakes were associated with healing whilst in parts of South Asia, snakes are regarded as possessing aphrodisiac qualities. Greek myth held that people could acquire second hearing and second sight if their ears or eyes were licked by a snake. Tiresias gained a dual male-female nature and an insight into the supernatural world when he killed two snakes which were coupling in the woods.
In the state of Kerala, India, snake shrines occupy most households. Snakes were called upon by the creator of Kerala, Parasurama, to make the saline land fertile. The Mannarasala Shri Nagaraja Temple is one of the main centres of worship. The presiding deity here is Nagaraja – a five-headed snake god born to human parents as a blessing for their caretaking of snakes during a fire. It is believed that Nagaraja left his earthly life and took Samadhi but still resides in a chamber of the temple.
In Native American culture, Among the Aztecs, whose beliefs are the best-documented in the historical sources, Quetzalcoatl was related to gods of the wind, of Venus, of the dawn, of merchants and of arts, crafts and knowledge. He was also the patron god of the Aztec priesthood, of learning and knowledge. Quetzalcoatl was one of several important gods in the Aztec pantheon along with the gods Tlaloc, Tezcatlipoca and Huitzilopochtli.
Here we have again, the serpent symbolism being tied to knowledge and learning.
In the iconography of the classic period Maya serpent imagery is also prevalent: a snake is often seen as the embodiment of the sky itself, and a vision serpent is a shamanic helper presenting Maya kings with visions of the underworld.
Again, you have a vision serpent that is bestowing knowledge to Mayan kings. But furthermore another interesting point is that the Serpent symbolism was also associated with fertility, and fertility is essentially tied to the God(dess) or, the female aspect of God. Something which the church abhorred, the church wasn’t at all happy with the divine feminine, could this be yet another reason the serpent in the bible was connected with evil and sin? In ancient Egypt Sobek Despite the different attitudes of people to the god, was venerated as one who restored sight to the dead, who revived their senses and who protected them from Set who attacked those souls who traveled through the land of the dead.
It appears that Sobek restored sight to the dead, revived their senses and protected them from set who attacked their souls who traveled through the land of the dead. In other words, Sobek, a reptilian (crocodile God) gave wisdom to those who were lost and gave to them new life, he also protected them from the darkness (Set) that befell their souls when they were unenlightened.
Kundalini And Healing
Kundalini literally means coiled. In yoga, a “corporeal energy” – an unconscious, instinctive or libidinal force or Shakti, lies coiled at the base of the spine. It is envisioned either as a goddess or else as a sleeping serpent, hence a number of English renderings of the term such as ‘serpent power’. The kundalini resides in the sacrum bone in three and a half coils and has been described as a residual power of pure desire.
Notice that kundalini is again associated with the serpent and the goddess (also, remember the serpent is tied to fertility). The serpent symbolism being tied to the Goddess/Fertility connects perfectly with the process of rebirth one goes through when one undergoes a kundalini experience/awakening.
Through meditation, and various esoteric practices, such as Kundalini Yoga, Sahaja Yoga, and Kriya Yoga, the kundalini is awakened, and can rise up through the central nadi, called sushumna, that rises up inside or alongside the spine. The progress of kundalini through the different chakras leads to different levels of awakening and mystical experience, until the kundalini finally reaches the top of the head, Sahasrara chakra, producing an extremely profound mystical experience that is said to be indescribable.
Many of us lightworkers, starseeds, angelics, and others have gone through this experience, it is how we awaken, therefor it could be said we are all serpents in a sense, when our awakening occurs and we receive knowledge and wisdom, enlightenment. Self-Realization is said to be equivalent to Divine Wisdom or Gnosis or what amounts to the same thing: self-knowledge. The awakening of the kundalini shows itself as “awakening of inner knowledge” and brings with itself “pure joy, pure knowledge and pure love.”
Since ancient Mesopotamia the caduceus presented two serpents intertwined (the central nervous system) around a staff (the spinal column) with the wings (the “swan”) on either side (the two hemispheres of the brain, with the circle in the center representing the pineal gland, or the central sun and psychic center within). It also symbolized the kundalini energy.
Also in ancient culture and texts you can find staffs and serpents being used together. Such as when Moses demanded the pharaoh release his people, Moses presented his staff to the Pharaoh and when doing so, the staff transformed in to a serpent. In the Old Testament, during the exodus from Egypt (Numbers 21), Moses is told by God to construct a fiery serpent of brass and to display it on a pole so that those who had been bitten by poisonous snakes would be healed by gazing upon it.
In the Gospel of John (John 3:14), we find this particular serpent image recalled in relation to Christ: “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up.” Thus associated Christ with the serpent, Christ being quite wise, a powerful healer and an activator of kundalini, that is, he brought the dead back to life, gave sight to the blind, and healed the leapers, Christ brought wisdom and knowledge, like sobek, to those who were blind and lost and healed the people of Earth.
In China and India venomous snakes are widely believed to possess potent curative properties. Alcoholic drink extracts of the whole venomous snakes are in common use. Those known as “snake wine” are directed against various pain symptoms.
In the language of the Chaldeans (today’s Iraq), one single word meant both “life” and “snake”.
In ancient Greek civilization, sick people hoping for a cure flocked to the temples of Asklepios where the sacred snakes were carefully tended and presented to the sufferers.
In conclusion, the Anunnaki weren’t ancient reptoid monsters from the great beyond. They were in fact, people, like you and I. They where powerful healers, wise and intelligent. They were quite advanced for their time, many millions of years ahead of early Man, its no surprise they would be associated with serpents and or dragons and that throughout history different cultures would remember their ancestors through the symbolism of the serpent and that this would eventually come to be condemned by the church.
- Kundalini Awakening (zazenlife.com)
- Snakes & Transcendence (shaktiwriter.wordpress.com)
- Meditation & Kundalini (ganjavibes.wordpress.com)
- Origin Of The Anunnaki (anunnakifiles.wordpress.com)
- Elves And Angels: The Shinning Ones (anunnakifiles.wordpress.com)
- Summon The Snake In You Through Bhujangasana. (elephantjournal.com)
- Ancient Teachings And Guidance: We Are Closing Our Selves Off To Important Knowledge! (anunnakifiles.wordpress.com)