Humanoid corpses with lizard-like traits have been discovered in mysterious 7,000-year-old artifacts discovered at the Al Ubaid archaeological site. Yes, we’re talking about real male and female reptile statues that may be seen in a variety of poses.
Some appear to be wearing helmets, while others appear to be wearing only shoulder pads. Other figurines were discovered clutching a scepter or staff, and some of the female sculptures were found breastfeeding or cradling their offspring, which had reptile traits as well.
One can’t help but wonder why they were so significant to the Ubaidian people, with their long heads, almond-shaped eyes, elongated tapering faces, and lizard-like noses.
We know that the snake was a key symbol in many civilizations to symbolize a variety of Gods, but many archaeologists believe that these lizard-like animals were not revered as gods, which causes us to question what they actually represent.
One of our researchers investigated the situation and came up with an intriguing suggestion.
We know that the Hopi Indians of northern Arizona have legends of their “Snake Brothers” creating underground cities in Arizona, Mexico, and Central America that stretch back hundreds of years.
Furthermore, the Toltec Mayan God of Gucumatz was sometimes referred to as a “serpent of wisdom” who assisted in the enlightenment of humans.
A race of reptiles is also mentioned in Cherokee and other Native American folklore. As a result, it would not be a leap to believe they could have done the same in other regions of the world.
A few Indian texts and tales mention the Naga, which are lizard creatures who reside underground and frequently interact with humans. In addition, Indian traditions mention a group of men known as the “Sarpa,” a reptile race with snake-like noses and serpentine legs.
Tales of the Kappa, a reptile humanoid, were told in Japan. In the Middle East, where the sculptures were discovered, there is also evidence of a reptile race, as well as reptilian-like individuals ranging from Jinn to dragons and serpent-men. A snake race is detailed in considerable detail in the lost Book of Jasher.
Hearing about these sculptures reminded many people of an item that was published in the Los Angeles Times on January 27th. “Lizard People’s Catacomb City Hunted!” reads the headline.
The narrative is about a lost city of catacombs loaded with immeasurable wealth and the chronicles of a superior human species. G. Warren Shufelt, a geophysicist and mining engineer, became preoccupied with uncovering the lost city beneath Fort Moore Hill, hoping to learn the Lizard people’s secrets in the process.
Mr. Shufelt claimed that tablets made of gold lay in the catacombs, storing information that would be essential to the human species, as The Lizard People were of a higher intellectual sort than current humans. He was so certain about it that he dug a 250-foot tunnel into the ground.
Mr. Shufelt used radio X-rays to sketch out what he thought was the pattern of the ancient city’s tunnels and vaults.
1000 families were housed “in the manner of tall buildings” in large rooms in the domes of the hills above the city of labyrinths, and imperishable food supplies of the herb variety were stored in the catacombs to provide sustenance for them for long periods of time as the next fire swept over the earth.
He didn’t believe it until he encountered Little Chief Greenleaf in the Hopi Indians’ medicine lodge that the maze of tombs originally belonged to the Lizard people.
Mr. Shufelt was confident he’d discovered one of the lizard people’s underground towns after Chief Greenleaf informed him about them. In fact, Mr. Shufelt observed that the city itself resembled a lizard after analyzing the design of the tunnels.
According to legend, the Lizard People possessed a single key chamber that served as a directory to all regions of the city. Furthermore, according to mythology, all of the city’s records were to be preserved on four-foot-long, fourteen-inch-wide gold tablets.
While orthodox science dismisses the existence of a Reptile race, they have been unable to come up with a better explanation for the 7,000-year-old reptilian statues. Most of the mystery has already been answered for those of us who think outside the box.