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Plausible Points for the Reptilian Case ((Part 1 of 2))

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BorninaJewishMatrix
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Published on 04 Sep 2021 / In Documentry Films Worth Watching

One of the most realistic documentaries about reptilians on the web.

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Wouldn't You Like to Know
Wouldn't You Like to Know 2 months ago (edited)

Here we go. Nice to see this old classic up here too (I really liked this documentary, how they whent into the Dinosaur theory, again that makes the most sense to me, as the odds of an alien species resembling anything terrestrial seems miniscule, which is indicated by multiple abduction experiences of the Mantis beings being in charge of things during the procedures, and since it's clear they're adept at genetic manipulation and bioengineering, it isn't hard that they would've created a reptilian species from a bipedal Troodont).

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BorninaJewishMatrix
BorninaJewishMatrix 2 months ago

I would guess that it was the Reptilians that seeded life on this planet, to begin with... According to some of our ancient ancestors, the moon was "put in orbit" by a race of "celestial dragons". The co-founder of the DNA molecule ((Francis Crick)) also made the claim that life was brought here, by aliens... Through a process he called directed panspermia. https://www.panspermia-theory.....com/panspermia-theor

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Wouldn't You Like to Know

@BorninaJewishMatrix: Why would they look exactly like something that would be expected to have evolved from Dinosaurs from a specific period in this planets' evolutionary development? I think they had to have been created long long later. Again, the Reptoids are probably used as the frontman for the actual Aliens' operations, just as the Nordics are (who I think where really just early humans, possibly Atlanteans, and that humanity was probably created froorlm mixing another created cetacian species that was probably put on Sirius and mixed with Reptilian to create sea serpents, as a ruling class on that world). The only way theories of the reptoids predating the Earth would require us to discount the whole geologic and genomic record, which would mean that the conspiracy in the scientific community is so vast and complete that we really can't trust anything, which sort of removes allot of mapping to work with. So far reptiles have a destinct family tree, as recounted by genetics, and the geologic record shows the progression of their evolution, so the only way to discount all that is to pretty much say it's being faked, and I don't know how cogent an argument that is. Then again, anythings' possible, so maybe..?

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Wouldn't You Like to Know

@BorninaJewishMatrix: I attest that it's most reasonable to believe that the aliens that created the Earth Biosphere where the Mantis beings, whose appearence to insects is only superficial (and have a very alien biology according to abductees, to the point where they don't even digest the same way we do - they sort of just wade in mineral and organic pools, almost like some kind of plant). And they sure seem to be a very ancient species who know about this worlds' whole developement. So I would say that it is the Mantis/Greys who are the actual aliens here, and they created the reptoids, possibly fabricated some myths to manipulate both humans and reptilians perhaps.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago

Dinosaurs are a royal made up scam. They claimed to have discovered dinosaurs before they ever found one bone. And it was found on royal ground. And you are not aloud to go there. @IdeoNaut:

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BorninaJewishMatrix
BorninaJewishMatrix 2 months ago

@Tartarian_goys: Lol, /smh... Another troll it seems.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago

No I’m being serious just sharing information I’ve taken in….. I’m not trolling you @BorninaJewishMatrix:

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago (edited)

@BorninaJewishMatrix: any dinosaur bone you’ve seen in a museum is actually ground up chicken bones made to look like dinosaur bones. They do that because they say the bones are highly radioactive and it would kill you. But yet we still see average normie palaeontologist in movies and TVs with brushes digging up Dino bones. , They have never found a T. rex sckull. Ever. No complete Skelton. Ever.

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BorninaJewishMatrix
BorninaJewishMatrix 2 months ago (edited)

@Tartarian_goys: Hey, if you don't want to believe that dinosaurs existed, than more power to ya... All I got to say. :)

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago

Believe?@BorninaJewishMatrix:

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago

@Tartarian_goys: there’s your only Complete T. rex. Don’t forget dinosaurs are helping fuck over humans on this earth. Fossil fuels? … what happened to our world from that. “Believe”. They got no control from doing that did they. I grew up loving dinosaurs. I still have all the original toys from the 90s ffs in my garage man.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago (edited)

@Tartarian_goys: there’s joo magic all through it. I think another trick on us.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago

@BorninaJewishMatrix: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ubkZVzVv4Nc Try this , can’t find the real good one but maybe you haven’t seen anything on this.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 2 months ago
Wouldn't You Like to Know

@Tartarian_goys: This video has so many errors in it. Dinosaurs are an industry? Paleontologists always seem to be minimum wage workers in terms of pay.

Also, there HAVE been whole skeletons found, the smaller dinosaurs have been preserved in whole, and there where enough partial skeletons found of the same creatures that a reasonable amalgamation can be made of what they looked like.

Also, notice how the image of what dinosaurs are changed: The specimens reconstructed from fragments, say teeth alone, looked like giant monitors and iguanas. It wasn't until we FOUND ENOUGH SKELETONS with those feature that we figured out that most of them were bipeds.

Oh, and one more thing: Other cultures just had different names for dinosaurs. Like dragons and shit like thatth

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Wouldn't You Like to Know

@BorninaJewishMatrix: There is ONE possible way for evolved dinosaur reptilians to have created Earth's biosphere.. Time travel could be how they pulled that off.. I have issues with that because again, the only way I can imagine something like that could work would involve nuclear teleportation, which requires breaking up atoms, spinning them really really fast, and then having a receiver at the end to help reconstruct the atomic information. So that is difficult, just like my other theory of Nordics being time traveler's from our own future was flawed.

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Wouldn't You Like to Know
Wouldn't You Like to Know 1 month ago (edited)

@Tartarian_goys: Just to add to this dragons thing: Doesn't this thing look like a frigging dragon? And yes, the feather imprints have been found, again just like with Iguanafon and Megalosaurus in London's Chrystal palace, there's always more detailed specimens and imprints in surrounding rock people missed in ones we had already that subvert conventional expectations.. How intuitive would it be to not just have a giant lizard that walked on hind limbs, but was also mained with plumage like this? This is stuff within the "you can't just make it up" territory that only exists with things like Armordillos or Platypus.

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Tartarian_goys
Tartarian_goys 1 month ago

Yeah they say dinosaur bones are like chickens. That’s why they use ground up chicken bones to recreate dinosaur Bone moulds. Whatever man go believe in dinosaurs. I’m sure we agree on lots of other things, or we wouldn’t be here. @IdeoNaut:

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