Why do people see reptilians?
Sometimes you have to resign yourself to reading stories that reptilians live among us – creatures whose description resembles that of prehistoric lizards.
There is even an opinion that some people are actually reptilians. And they would have come from another planet. In fact, it is easy to induce such visions with the help of certain chemicals. This has been proven by scientific and medical experiments.
They are everywhere
Evidence and mentions of reptilians are found in almost every culture of the ancient world. For example, figurines of creatures resembling dinosaurs, about 7 thousand years old, were found on the territory of Mesopotamia.
Ancient Sumerian texts speak of the Anunnaki, who once ruled over the inhabitants of the earth and also looked a lot like lizards.
The Indian Vedas mention the serpentine race of Nagas, who are capable of shape shifting. The Zulus have myths about sinister python-headed creatures.
South American Indians once worshiped Quetzalcoatl, a deity whose name translates to “feathered serpent.” Finally, the peoples of Asia believed that emperors were descended from celestial dragons.
In our time, information also periodically appears about encounters with reptilians (that is, creatures that resemble reptiles), moreover, intelligent. They are often identified as aliens from outer space.
Experiments with psychedelics
In 1990, the University of New Mexico conducted research on the psychedelic drug N-dimethyltryptamine, popularly known as DMT. This substance is of natural origin and is found in both plant and animal organisms.
The experiments were supervised by physician and assistant professor of psychology Rick Strassman. They involved 60 volunteers who received more than 40 injections of the drug.
All subjects were physically and mentally relatively healthy, had different ages, sexes, nationalities, professions and religious beliefs. Also, under the conditions of the experiment, they had no contact with each other.
During the study, the participants were questioned in detail about their state of health. And more than half of the volunteers said they experienced almost the same hallucinations.
“Cold and Scary”
First, colorful images appeared before the subject’s eyes, as in a kaleidoscope, and a vibrating sound was heard in the ears. Then the person practically flew out of their body and found themselves in a room full of strange devices.
And then there were creatures that looked like lizards. They had large eyes, webbed feet, sharp claws, and their skin looked very rough.
Sometimes there were also robots, creatures that looked like huge praying mantises and the gray men of sci-fi movies about aliens. But the main ones, apparently, were the reptilians. They communicated telepathically with people.
Almost everyone described them as “cold and indifferent”, “intelligent and quick-witted”. Additionally, subjects recalled that when dealing with the reptilians, they felt intense fear. At the same time, people had the impression.
It’s still unclear why the DMT-induced hallucinations were the way they were. Some researchers suggest that the drug activated previously dormant areas of the human brain.
Modern physicists believe that a person is able to perceive only 0.005% of the visible light spectrum. And beyond our perception, a wide variety of life forms can exist. There are those who believe that the psychedelic opens a portal to another dimension.
But, somehow, this information is a reason to think: if in an altered state of consciousness, without any suggestion from outside, people see the same images, maybe these things and these mysterious entities actually exist or once existed, and that they were passed down through genetic memory?