Background[edit | edit source]
Tiamatians are considered to be reptoid who may have seeded the present day sauria blooded reptilians that are living in Earth. As John Rhodes put it, these reptoids may be "Shape-shifting guardians of the threshold".
Tiamatians might have come from some other "dimension", or as the Hindu relate to Lokas or Talas—“otherworld”. In mythology, a battle with Tiamat is described in Babylon’s Enuma Elish. Tiamat might be likened to Apep. In abduction cases, contactees may experience scratch marks on thier bodies, induced by psychosomatic imagery to alter people's lives.
Winged serpents[edit | edit source]
Tiamatians have often been depicted as winged serpents. The reptilian winged ones are considered a royal, or possibly elite, caste of the Saurian blooded reptilians. They may have been responsible for the development of the Draconian Empire. Some believe them to be white in appearance.
Herodotus speaks without the slightest doubt about winged serpents (Cooper). In Herodotus, Book iii. chap. cviii., "Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards the south, and it is the only country which produces frankincense, myrrh, cassia, cinnamon, and ledanum." "The frankincense they procure by means of the gum styrax, which the Greeks get from the Phœnicians. This they burn, and thereby obtain the spice; for the trees which bear the frankincense are guarded by winged serpents, small in size, and of various colours, whereof vast numbers hang about every tree. They are of the same kind as the serpents that invade Egypt, and there is nothing but the smoke of the styrax which will drive them from the trees."
Lacerta Files[edit | edit source]
Lacerta File 1999 (Commentary) speaks of an ancient symbol that depicts a four-winged serpent. Lacerta alludes that it is even older than the Oroborous. William R. Cooper catalogues the four-winged serpent as Chanuphis
Events described in The Lacerta Files, the progenitors of the Saurians were a race of beings who infiltrated the Solar System. They intermittently appear in our reality from a world that may be likened to Lokas or Talas. Lacerta describes the sophistication of being able to cross multiple worlds, beyond the comprehension of the humans' understanding of "dimensions"—a primitive concept that conveys planes, when we exist in spherical realities, or as Lacerta describes it, "bubbles".
Seed of Tiamat[edit | edit source]
In Babylonian mythology, Tiamat is a creator goddess who produced younger gods. She is the symbol of the chaos of primordial creation. Depicted as a woman, she represents the beauty of the feminine and depicted as the glistening one. She is seen as both creating the cosmos peacefully through successive generations and also as "Chaoskampf", a monstrous embodiment of primordial chaos in the images of a sea serpent or dragon.
Tiamat may have seeded the dinosaurs, reptiles, and evolving Saurians, at a much earlier time in Earth's creation. They may have stimulated the evolution of Iguanodontia, 160 million years ago, to become self-aware beings. After the KT mass extinction event, Tiamat's seed of sauria blooded reptilians, rapidly evolved into intelligent highly advanced humanoid Saurians within the next 50 million years on Earth. After some epoc, the Saurians submerged to the subterranean levels.
Earth colony[edit | edit source]
65 million years ago, (100 million years after their seeding), The Tiamat returned to Earth, only to be met by a new advanced extraterrestrial colony from the star system Procyon. According to the Transcriptions of Lacerta (1999) both raced were interested in Earth's exotic raw materials. The relationship between the Procyons and the Reptoids did not go so well. A catastrophic war ensued resulting in the KT mass extinction event on Earth. Due to the radiation aftermath, The Tiamat left the known universe. It is unclear what happened to the original Procyon colony. However, it cannot be dismissed that the Flag of Brazil waves the Procyon star system on its banner, seemingly, in its honor.
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