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Old 11-04-2014, 02:25 AM   #1
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Am reading Perception Deception by Mr Icke - can't quote the page reference but there is a statement in it along the lines of 'the pheromones secreted by women are identical to those secreted by the iguana lizard' Huh? Anyone care to comment/explain/expand on this idea?
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Old 11-04-2014, 12:31 PM   #2
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Am reading Perception Deception by Mr Icke - can't quote the page reference but there is a statement in it along the lines of 'the pheromones secreted by women are identical to those secreted by the iguana lizard' Huh? Anyone care to comment/explain/expand on this idea?
Hmmmm. Now you got my curiosity stirred up. Maybe I should get that book. In the meantime, my thoughts are maybe that's why boys tend to like reptiles like Iguanas as pets and perhaps it has something to do with the reptilians.
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Old 11-04-2014, 12:33 PM   #3
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Am reading Perception Deception by Mr Icke - can't quote the page reference but there is a statement in it along the lines of 'the pheromones secreted by women are identical to those secreted by the iguana lizard' Huh? Anyone care to comment/explain/expand on this idea?
What page is it on? Can you type out the paragraph?
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Old 11-04-2014, 01:25 PM   #4
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It's also in his book The Biggest Secret, chapter two “Don’t mention the reptiles”, at the top of the page 28.

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Pheromone is the substance secreted and released by animals so they can be
detected by members of the same species. The pheromones in human women and
iguanas are a chemical match.26
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John Rhodes, The Human-Reptilian Connection, privately published and distributed paper in 1993.

http://www.reptoids.com/Vault/Articl...4RepHuConn.htm
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Old 11-04-2014, 01:53 PM   #5
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Am reading Perception Deception by Mr Icke - can't quote the page reference but there is a statement in it along the lines of 'the pheromones secreted by women are identical to those secreted by the iguana lizard' Huh? Anyone care to comment/explain/expand on this idea?
I thought it was male iguanas give off pheromones similar to women that are mensurating so they can get aggressive at women if they are having a period.

I don't know if this is proven though.

Some think the iguana can smell the blood so tries to kill its female owner in a 'mercy killing' thinking she is dying.

You seen iguana bites? :0

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Old 12-04-2014, 01:07 AM   #6
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What page is it on? Can you type out the paragraph?
Can't quote the page - read way past there but it stuck in my mind.
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:08 AM   #7
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It's also in his book The Biggest Secret, chapter two “Don’t mention the reptiles”, at the top of the page 28.



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John Rhodes, The Human-Reptilian Connection, privately published and distributed paper in 1993.

http://www.reptoids.com/Vault/Articl...4RepHuConn.htm
Thanks for the info
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What I was curious about was what does this say about attraction between humans???? If it's true it's a bit creepy.
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:11 AM   #9
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Hmmmm. Now you got my curiosity stirred up. Maybe I should get that book. In the meantime, my thoughts are maybe that's why boys tend to like reptiles like Iguanas as pets and perhaps it has something to do with the reptilians.
An interesting point it does seem to be boys who like lizards as pets.
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:14 AM   #10
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http://www.cracked.com/article_20728...otic-pets.html

Come on - silly billies -stop ignoring my post - its attacking the woman either because of blood or pheromones that menstrual blood gives off that makes them think they smell like a male.

That doesn't make women lizards

You want to be scared type in Iguana bite into google images

'On the upside, it appears that this happens only during the animal's mating season (which lasts three months), so if you do the math, your iguana will be trying to kill you for a mere nine to 15 days a year. Also, scientists have helpfully clarified that not all women on their periods will be attacked, and that sometimes pet iguanas go after dudes. For no discernible reason.'

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Old 12-04-2014, 01:20 AM   #11
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http://www.cracked.com/article_20728...otic-pets.html

Come on - silly billies -stop ignoring my post - its attacking the woman either because of blood or pheromones that menstrual blood gives off that makes them think they smell like a male.

That doesn't make women lizards

You want to be scared type in Iguana bite into google images

'On the upside, it appears that this happens only during the animal's mating season (which lasts three months), so if you do the math, your iguana will be trying to kill you for a mere nine to 15 days a year. Also, scientists have helpfully clarified that not all women on their periods will be attacked, and that sometimes pet iguanas go after dudes. For no discernible reason.'
I didn't know what to say about it - no I haven't seen iguana bites
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Along with the fact that the pheromone of women and female iguanas are a chemical match (Omni, May 94), here lie the reasons why the reptilian beings are so interested in our genetic evolution. We are more physically and mentally connected to reptiles than previously understood, so their interest in us is justified when one realizes that we may be, as myth and legends have related, actual reptilian genetic offspring. This connection may now allow one to understand why the abductions and clinical experimentation on humans beings are being carried out by the elusive reptilian race. It may also be because some things never change, even since the days of Eden.
Quoted from previous link in my comment.

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Old 12-04-2014, 01:29 AM   #13
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Quoted from previous link in my comment.

What's not creepy...?
Thanks again for the info
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Old 12-04-2014, 01:34 AM   #14
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From the AnimalHospitals-USA website:

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As a rule most iguanas that are obtained as young juveniles and are handled correctly do not tend to become aggressive, however there are a few exceptions to this rule. One of the biggest is the tendency for adult alpha male iguanas becoming aggressive in a home where the primary human handler is a female. The reason for this aggression has been linked to a pheromone that is produced by the human female during her menstrual cycle. This pheromone is very similar to that produced by an adult female iguana during the mating season.

http://www.animalhospitals-usa.com/r...-behavior.html
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Old 12-04-2014, 02:48 AM   #15
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I think the others just want to say that women are reptilian or something don't think they want to know the science lol

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I think the others just want to say that women are reptilian or something don't think they want to know the science lol
Don't sweat it, ha. I'm a Reptile Human.
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