Is The Reptilian Conspiracy Real?

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The topic of reptilians has been a hot one in ufology and conspiracy theory circles for many years, thanks in large part to the works of David Icke. Icke has published several works about the reptilian conspiracy to take over the world.

Who Are The Reptilians?

The reptilians are green-skinned aliens, frequently depicted with a lizard-like face, and solid black eyes. They are often portrayed as being the same size as humans or slightly taller, and with graceful limbs. According to Icke, reptilians hail from the Alpha Draconis star system, which is about 300 light-years away from Earth.

What Do The Reptilians Want?

Most people believe that the reptilians mean us harm. Icke’s belief is that they drink human blood. It is difficult to ascertain what the reptilians’ ultimate goal is. One would think that any species with the ability to travel 300 light-years through space would have better things to do than play puppet master with various world leaders.

This may ultimately be the most damning criticism of the reptilian conspiracy theory. It relies on a heavily human-centric view of the universe. In many ways, it’s as if ants believed that humans were sent here to control ant-kind.

It’s within reason to expect that aliens might want to kidnap us, study us, and perhaps even breed with us. (This would no doubt be their version of bestiality.) But what possible reason could they have for spending so much time and energy just to exert control over world events? If they wanted to take over the planet, I’m sure any species capable of interstellar travel would easily be able to do so.

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Multiman 5 years ago

Good thinking, well constructed argument. I do not know if you are aware but David Icke at onetime claimed to be the return of Christ as well.


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Blogging Erika 5 years ago Author

Ha! No, I hadn't heard that - thanks for the tip!

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