Sunday, May 2, 2010

Oh my.

Little did I know that someone had already catalogued who I saw appear in my bedroom doorway the other night.

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 Turns out they tend to show up with little moon-faced ETs by their side at times! Apparently the type of reptilian who visited me was very high ranking on the social strata. 

If I had known that, I would have made tea. 

He must have thought I was a saucy lil' vixen because it seems he would have eaten me for lunch otherwise. Or not! We really can't say now, can we? I actually liked the guy, believe it or not. Let's not jump to conclusions just because he looked like Beelzebub. I often think that I know I would have been burned at the stake many times over just 4 centuries ago because of what I do for a living. 

I have also been told that in addition to being genetically comprised of many types of star nations such as Lyran, Pleiadian, Sirian, and Andromedan, I am also Draconian. And I bet many of you who hate reptilians blindly are comprised of some of that too. I have been told that many of the beings visit those who tend to have genetic components of their race, and indeed I have been visited by all of the above.  I don't know where the heck the Arcturians are in all of this or why they love me so much, so they might be the very talkative and playful exception to the rule. 


  1. Question:
    Did you see the tail-less reptoid? I am assuming you saw the Draco with wings, am I right?

    And, how close do these illustrations match what you saw?

    Also - The Reptilian/Gray Hybrid shown o that page, how close does that match?

    Obviously thes are illustrations, and they might be VERY accurate or simply an approximation. How close are they? I am very curious.

  2. I can't help but feel wary about the fact that these beings are reported to be both very advanced in some ways but also apparently organized into some kind of genetically based hierarchy. Perhaps I'm being inappropriately judgmental, and the anthropology student in me says that I'm being ethnocentric, but there it is, nonetheless.

    It does feel good to get that kind of second-hand verification about personal experiences, though, doesn't it?

  3. Late editorial addendum to that last comment: I didn't mean "verification" in the sense that you would need some outside source to tell you that's what's happening to you is real.

    I just realized how that question might come across in an offensive way that I did not intend.

    Lol, and now everyone can see just how obsessive I can get about word choice.