The mysterious artifacts of Al Ubaid, an archaeological site in Al Ubaid, date back to 7,000 years ago and contain humanoid bodies with lizard-like features. These are real reptile statues, which can be seen in various poses.
Others appear to have only shoulder pads while some appear to be wearing helmets. Others were found clutching a staff or scepter, while others were holding onto their babies. With their long heads and almond-shaped eyes, tapering faces and lizard-like noses, one can’t help but wonder what made them so important to the Ubaidian people.
Although we know the snake was an important symbol in many civilizations to represent a variety Gods, many archaeologists think that these lizard-like creatures were not worshiped as gods.
One of our researchers looked into the situation and made an interesting suggestion.
We know that Hopi Indians from northern Arizona have stories about their Snake Brothers, who created underground cities in Arizona and Mexico. These legends go back hundreds of centuries.
Additionally, Gucumatz, the Toltec Mayan God, was often referred to as a “serpent for wisdom”, who helped in the enlightenment and advancement of humanity.
Cherokee and Native American folklore also refer to a race reptile. It is not unreasonable to think that they could have done it in other parts of the world.
Some Indian stories and texts mention the Naga, which is a lizard creature that lives underground and often interacts with humans. Indian tradition also mentions a tribe of men called the “Sarpa,” which is a reptile race with serpentine legs and noses that resemble snakes.
Japan has a long history of stories about the Kappa (a reptile humanoid). The Middle East is where the sculptures were found. There are also signs of a reptile-like race and individuals that look like them, such as Jinn, dragons, and serpent-men. The lost Book of Jasher contains extensive detail about the snake race.
Many people were reminded of an article published in Los Angeles Times on January 27, 2012, when they heard about the sculptures. “Lizard People’s Catacomb city Hunted!” The headline reads:
The story is about a lost city with catacombs that are rich in immeasurable wealth and contains the chronicles of a superior species of human beings. G. Warren Shufelt is a geophysicist/mining engineer who became obsessed with discovering the lost city below Fort Moore Hill and learning the secrets of Lizard people.
Shufelt claimed that there were tablets made from gold in the catacombs. These would contain information essential for the human race, since The Lizard People had a higher intelligence level than the current human population. He was so sure of it, he dug 250 feet into the ground.
Mr. Shufelt used radioX-rays for a sketch of what he believed was the pattern of the ancient city’s vaults and tunnels.
1000 families were “in the style of tall buildings” and were housed in large rooms in the domes on the hills above the city. The catacombs contained imperishable food supplies from the herb variety to sustain them for long periods as the next fire burned over the earth.
He was skeptical at first, but Little Chief Greenleaf told him in the Hopi Indians’ medicine hall that the mazes of tombs were originally part of the Lizards.
After Chief Greenleaf told him about them, Mr. Shufelt was certain that he had discovered an underground town of the lizard people. After studying the tunnels’ design, Mr. Shufelt realized that the city was actually a lizard.
Legend has it that the Lizard People had a single key chamber which served as a guide to all parts of the city. Mythology also states that all city records should be stored on gold tablets measuring four feet long and fourteen inches wide.
Although orthodox science denies the existence of a Reptile species, scientists have not been able to find a better explanation for the reptilian statues that date back over 7,000 years. Those of us who think outside of the box have already solved most of the mystery.