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Old 07-01-2010, 07:57 PM   #21
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something smells fishy about it

bada bing lol
ITS A TRAP!

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Old 07-01-2010, 07:59 PM   #22
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This story relates very well to the creation story of the Merovingians. Supposedly they were seeded and spawned from a human woman and a "quinotaur" that could shape shift.
Than again I've heard it said that those of this bloodline (Madonna, Hilary clinton, angelina jolie etc...) have Reptilian DNA as well.
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Old 07-01-2010, 08:26 PM   #23
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Some of the "gods" described in Ezekiel in the Old testament were described as having some of the characteristics of a lion/cat, with wings nonetheless. (alot of Mesopotamian sculptures depicting this type of celestial being come to mind)...The Sphinx is very similar to this description as well. Who know's? Maybe due to genetic splicing or what have you or plain old shape shiftery, some of the Annunaki appeared to early humans as "cat like".
i've found that the symbolic nature of these
structures (sphynx etc.) depicts the astrological
age/time period it was created in?
for instance the fact the sphynx looks half cat half female,
supposedly depicted the transition between the
age of cancer into the age of leo.
there's another time period where the bull
was used in structures
to depict the age of taurus...etc.

i can't remember the names of the researches at the mo'
but there's a whole book out there connecting evidence
that we are actually descendants of dolphins rather than apes
there are some features of our own bodies that
give suggestion to these claims.
our hands and the webbing in between to help us swim,
for one, the way we breathe is similar to dolphins,
the way a womans breasts are situated to be able
to feed a babe under water....and so on. i'll have to
find the book & authors in order to give more 'evidence' LOL.
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Old 07-01-2010, 08:34 PM   #24
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Old 07-01-2010, 08:46 PM   #25
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I seem to remember a HP Lovecraft story that revolved around an ancient race of fish people that emerged from a lake in Europe somewhere.....I'll have to see if I can find it.

In the meantime here is another kind of Phish altogether:



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Old 07-01-2010, 08:54 PM   #26
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oh, i forgot another example,
being Jesus & his symbol the fish,
to mark his arrival in the age of pisces.


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Old 07-01-2010, 08:55 PM   #27
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Default Sirius, reptilians and amphibians

There are accounts of amphibious beings who are likely mistaken for and grouped into the whole 'reptilian' category... I always just thought a reptilian - scaly alien type of being - was a reptilian, but only a few months ago I realized there are amphibious beings who appear reptilian - but are not. A little research seemed to implicate Sirius as the starting point for these beings. These are the beings described as the Annunaki and ancient gods... they came out of the sea, were described as being horrid looking and I think also smelly, but were also revered as gods... while they were living amongst the ancient civilizations, they would retreat back to the sea at night.

So it seems that we have to make a distinctions between dry-land reptilians who are possibly earth-based dino descendants and/or allied with an outer space reptilian empire, and the amphibious beings... who also look very reptilian and are interpreted also as ancient gods. I for one would like to know the difference between these factions...
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oh, i forgot another example,
being Jesus & his symbol the fish,
to mark his arrival in the age of pisces.


Interesting point.
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From The Lamb (Aries, Ram) of god, to the fisherman (Pisces) of god.
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:02 PM   #31
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I seem to remember a HP Lovecraft story that revolved around an ancient race of fish people that emerged from a lake in Europe somewhere.....I'll have to see if I can find it.
That'll be the Deep Ones:

http://images.elfwood.com/art/h/a/harpold/fish.jpg

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Eq_p8mAURW.../deep_ones.jpg
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I just finished a book called the cosmic serpent last week, its about dna and ayahuasca. The author quotes an explorer's ayahuasca trip report, he was the first western person to record his aya experiences, I forget his name and dont have the book at hand. In his trip he went to the underworld and met these fish and lizardmen who claimed they were gods, ill look at the book when I get it back, forget all the details.
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Thanks, Mondo....And here I am scrambling through my library. lol
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I just finished a book called the cosmic serpent last week, its about dna and ayahuasca. The author quotes an explorer's ayahuasca trip report, he was the first western person to record his aya experiences, I forget his name and dont have the book at hand. In his trip he went to the underworld and met these fish and lizardmen who claimed they were gods, ill look at the book when I get it back, forget all the details.
Great book, dmt! His name is Jeremy Narby. The connections he makes in that book are great. Another great book in the same vein is Inner Paths Through Outer Space...one of the authors is Rick Strausman of the Spirit Molecule fame.

EDIT: I just love that word: great! lol
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Old 07-01-2010, 09:10 PM   #35
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here is a very interesting analysis of the question from Malachi York:

Dr.York lecture on the relationship between reptiles and humans. For more information go to http://www.alleyesonegypt.net


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Aye I meant the explorer, wasnt the author lol

Aye inner paths is a great book ive read it twice lol
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Thanks, Mondo....And here I am scrambling through my library. lol
My pleasure
All sorts of fish people, shoggoth and Elder God shannanigans going on in Lovecraft's books.

http://brian.carnell.com/wp-content/.../lolthulhu.jpg
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Scientists say dolphins should be treated as 'non-human persons'

Perhaps we should be referred to as 'non-dolphin persons'?
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Scientists say dolphins should be treated as 'non-human persons'

Perhaps we should be referred to as 'non-dolphin persons'?
Scientist, researcher and all around good guy, John Lilly did an amazing amount of research with the Bottle Nosed Dolphin:

http://deoxy.org/lil_weirdness.htm
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Scientist, researcher and all around good guy, John Lilly did an amazing amount of research with the Bottle Nosed Dolphin:

http://deoxy.org/lil_weirdness.htm
Since we're talking about dolphins, anyone ever hear about the bloodthirsty dolphin tribes off Scotland who run around killing and mutilating porpoises for sport? That was soooo disturbing to me when I first read it because I always thought dolphins were these beautiful benevolent beings. Some call this behavior - dolphin serial killers - and say dolphins are more like us than we'd thought! lol!
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