In his book "23 minutes in hell" Bill Wiese describes the demons that dwell there as REPTILIAN; scaley, humanoid figures with bumps and disfigurements who were pure evil incarnate.
This is a completely different ideology in respects to religious artwork, which often times has depicted demons as horned, sometimes brown creatures resembling trolls. But the shadow cast on demonology by the countenance of Reptilian devils is as old as time.
The serpent in the garden, also known as the serpent of wisdom is the most popular and oldest incarnation of such creatures. In mythology it is seen as an enlightener or bringer of knowledge. This is basically a gnostic slant on the mythos.
The Mayans worshiped a Serpent god named Gucumatz. The Hopi's spoke of the Snake Brothers...or serpent brotherhood. Older depictions of Lilith show her embraced by serpents and hints to the prospect that the Primordial Woman of Columbian mythology is one and the same.
The mythology of india perhaps embraces the most famous of the serpent legends. The NAGAS...none too different than the Titans...who are closely related to the SONS OF GOD. There is an obvious connection.
In classic abduction sequences, the Greys, although not even remotely good, are no closer to being a threat than the Reptilians, who seemed to weild a completely different kind of technology but who have been known to work closely with the greys nevertheless.
We are obviously seeing two different types of beings working cohesively to the same ends. The greys are often depicted as part biological and part robotic, while the Reptilians are often Sauropoid in appearance.
Reptilians are often times linked to undeground bases or caves and have been known to cavort with human women against their will which would mean that although they are reptilian in appearance, they may share some inherent traits with humans.
How is this possible?
(to be continued)