The Annunaki, Reptilians, Ancient Texts and Present Day Connections
I was recently asked what my thoughts were on how the Annunaki and Reptilians fit in with the ancient texts. In particular how the ancient texts seem to tell both an esoteric spiritual story while at the same time telling an exoteric physical story. Which story is really being told? I'm not an expert on this topic but I have read a lot about it and thought a lot about it so I figured I would share my current take. Let's start off by talking about the ancient texts. Most ancient texts, like the Bible, The Torah, The Kabbalah, Quran, Vedas, Book of the Dead, Popol Vuh, Dead Sea Scrolls, etc. all have a lot of similarities. There are also some differences beyond simply the Gods and the cultures behind them.
Exoteric and Esoteric texts
For example, The Torah and The Kabbalah are both Jewish writings containing two different perspectives. Many people would say The Torah is an exoteric writing while the Kabbalah is a deeper esoteric writing that goes beyond the simple teachings of The Torah. You see this with the different ancient Jewish sects themselves. You had the philosophical Essenes, the elite Sadducees, and the book smart (sheepish) Pharisees. So back 2,000 years ago you had different sects of Jewish people, much like we have different sects of people today. You have the elite banker type that run the show, you have the dumbed down masses that are fed low level information, and then you have the philosophical/spiritual type that actively search for and seek out understanding. You had a similar thing going on with Islam. You have the general Muslims consisting of different sects of low level information but then you had the spiritual esoteric Suffis who took a deeper interpretation. So it's important to first understand that there are different levels of information and different groups of people involved in all this.
Now outside of that I think there is another important thing to consider. Almost all of this information takes a dualistic good/bad approach, especially the exoteric writings. Most of the writings say this is bad, this is good. They say God is good so follow God. They say Satan is bad so don't follow Satan. This is the kind of stuff that really throws people off when they hear all this talk about God being good but then you have somebody like Helena Blavatsky talking about the positive elements of Satan. This stuff just throws Christians for a loop. It used to throw me for a loop until I looked more into it. This is why I talk so much about good and bad on this website. There are elements of good and bad in everything. Everything isn't made up of good or bad, it is made up of energy. And energy can be used in different ways. And difference circumstances call for different uses of energy. So this brings us to a spiritual truth which many people will struggle with or completely disagree with. And that is, there isn't such a thing as right or wrong. There isn't a right or wrong way to live. This is where a lot of the confusion of the ancient texts comes from.
Fall of Man Example
Let's look at the Fall of Adam and Eve story in Genesis 3. This is one of those stories with lots of different interpretations. I can think of 4 all very valid, legitimate theories that all work depending on your level of interpretation. The lowest level understanding is that Adam and Eve ate from a tree that God commanded them not to eat from. They sinned and went against God. Some people will even say they ate an apple (lol), when if you just read the actual text (any version) it never uses that word. They also mention Satan when the word Satan is not at all used here, serpent is. So obviously this is a low level interpretation since the Bible doesn't even use the words apple or Satan that people think it uses. The interpretation is so low level people don't even read it to get their understanding of it. Then you move up a bit and can consider that that this sin may have been sexual. The eating of the tree of good and evil could have been Eve actually having sex with the serpent. The sin committed was bringing in the genetics of this serpent and now bringing the sin nature into humanity. This is another legitimate interpretation depending on your understanding.
Then you can move up a bit more and take a more ET approach. You can view God (Yahweh) as the Annunaki Enlil and the serpent as the Annunaki Enki. In this interpretation Enki is trying to free humanity by showing them that they have the freedom and ability to choose for themselves. Enki (the serpent) shows humans that they are their own creator and that they can create their own reality. Enlil (God) is a controlling master who wants to keep his people under his control and like slaves. This is another way to look at it. Then you can take a spiritual interpretation and view the eating of the tree of good and evil as a non-physical entity taking on a physical body to experience duality. In the spiritual world consciousness doesn't have the level of contrast that exists in 3D physical reality. So by taking on a physical body this consciousness now has the ability to experience good and bad. Now this spirit is able to know good and bad. This is another legitimate interpretation. So with just this one example you can see why some people may view God as good and while others may view the serpent as good. You can see why when Helena Blavatsky talks about what people call "Satan" here she is really talking about the gnosis, understanding side of things. You can see why these different interpretations can turn people against each other.
The Authors of Ancient Texts
But let's talk about who wrote these things. Because that is another really important point. Since I know the Bible better than the other ancient texts (as do most people) I'm going to mostly talk about that. But these patterns show with other cultures and texts as well. The book The Bible Unearthed has a really interesting point to make about the Old Testament. The authors mention how there were really two camps of Israelites in ancient Israel. You had the Northern Kingdom and the Southern Kingdom. The Bible goes into great detail about all this. You have Judah, Levi and Benjamin in the South and then everyone else in the North. Although both of these parties are both "God's chosen people" they have two very different philosophies, as reflected in their writing, words and lifestyles.
The Southern Kingdom followed Yahweh, or El. This is LORD God of the Bible. The one true God. But then you have the Northern Kingdom that doesn't particularly follow one god. They are more polytheistic. Yes, that's right. They were proponents of Elohim which is a plurality of god. Elohim is a plural word for God. So now let's talk a bit about God. There are tons of different words for God in the Bible. El, Elohim, El Shaddai, El Elyon, Adonai, Yahweh/Jehovah and so on. These do not all mean the same things. And dare I say these were not all written by the same person or philosophic camp. We all know that the Old Testament was written by many different people. Each person had different agendas and understandings. The Northern Kingdom took a more philosophical, multi-god approach. This is evident in their words and later their actual history. The Southern Kingdom also had their own words and agenda. The Southern Kingdom (Judah) were monotheistic (more correctly henotheistic) and worshiped Yahweh only. They didn't have multiple Gods.
So you have these different camps who write different ways. Of course, most of the writings of the Old Testament were done by the Southern Kingdom when they were in captivity so the Old Testament is going to take more of that type of a flavor. And keep in mind the Southern Kingdom itself again has different groups. You have the Levites who were the Priests who knew the high level information and then you have the rest of Judah and Benjamen who are not priests. And when these people wrote (and obviously re-wrote) much of these texts they had different agendas with them. But one thing is for sure, the Bible is not an esoteric book so the writings of the Bible are not going to be written with a high level interpretation. So I think the Bible was written in a way where things could be taken both spiritually and literally. But when in doubt, the Bible would always favor the literal interpretation. So if the authors (who weren't necessarily stupid people) had to find a way to portray a spritual principle they would do it in a way where it takes a physical allegory which inherently dumbs down the message and isn't as accurate or easily understood as the spiritual principle. But at the same time, the vast majoritiy of people can't handle straight hardcore philosophy and spiritual principles. You can't just go up to people and say that they are God and that they are eternal consciousness and that they can create and be anything right now. It takes time for people to wake up to this. And the priests knew this. And at times they obviously took advantage of this. So are these ancient texts historically accurate? Yes and no. They are telling 2 stories with one book. They are telling both a historical story and a spiritual story. So at times they will change one in order to tell the other side. At at times they will leave out, exaggerate or just plain mislead about certain things. And so now this leads more into the ET talk. I just think it is first important to have an idea of what is going on with these texts. It's not as straightforward as most people make it.
The Annunaki and Reptilians
First of all, when it comes to ET stuff like Annunaki, Reptilians, Andromedans, etc we really don't have any hard evidence. We don't. I can't go show you a video tape of them. I can't even show you a clear picture of them. We can't go visit one and broadcast their answers to questions in front of a national audience. What we do have is mostly all hearsay that we've heard from others or experienced ourselves. I'm obviously not saying that it's not real. I'm just saying that we don't have a clear picture on it, or at least a clear picture we can easily package and present to others. I actually like this about it and if I was them I would do the same thing. You have to make people search for it :) You can't spoon feed them. Okay, so how do the Annunaki fit into the Bible and the ancient texts? Well as you saw earlier with the Fall of Man, one of these interpretations involved the Annunaki. The degree of truth of the actual "story" I don't know. But the degree of truth to Annunaki being a part of our history, now that I am very confident on, but for reasons outside of just ancient texts.
I mentioned that the are lots of similarities to the ancient texts. One of these blaring similarities is the story of enlightened beings mingling and tampering with indigenous earth beings. You see this all over the place in ancients texts and of course the Bible itself. So scientifically speaking we are pretty sure that species evolve. Scientifically speaking we also know that there is a missing link with human evolution. Humans evolved for hundreds of thousands of years, but all of a sudden humans got really smart and science has no answers. The answer seems pretty clear: humans were genetically manipulated somehow. That somehow is most likely ETs. Those ETs are most likely these same Gods (ETs) that are hinted at in the ancient texts. This is where it becomes a bit confusing for most people. To really strongly get this stuff it requires an understanding of a lot of different topics and an ability to have the mental ability to connect all these "dots" as David Icke would put it.
Okay, so who were these Gods? Well we know that they were smarter than the current humans indigenous to earth. Were they good or bad? This is that question again. And this is why I hit on this topic earlier. It is obviously both. Most people will say they were bad. I disagree. They were just physical entities making decisions and evolving. But anyhow, these beings many call the Annunaki. I pretty much agree with this as well. And these beings were physically more intelligent than us. Were they spiritually more evolved? I don't necessarily think so. Spirits can choose to enter different physical bodies for different experiences. So at a spiritual level I really think we're all the same. I mean we kinda have to be, we're all one at the highest level.
Back to the Annunaki. So the general story is that they came here to mine gold for their atmosphere and blah blah blah. That's always sounded like BS to me. Who knows why they're really here, but I do think they are here. BTW, if they really were spiritual they wouldn't give two shits about physical matter like gold. They would just create physical matter out of nothing. So they can't be that spiritual if they need gold and have to go dig it up. So the Annunaki, for whatever reasons, changed the human DNA. There are lots and lots of theories on what changes happened. Some say we were dumbed down. Some say we were made smarter. This is also where Reptilians enter the picture.
Reptilians is another huge topic. First of all, are the Annunaki Reptialians? I don't' think so. But they obviously could have Reptilian DNA and vice-versa, just like us humans :). Again, if you look at this from a spiritual perspective it is interesting. Spiritually speaking we are always looking to expand consciousness and try new things. And in a way they were facilitating this. So could we have been working with them at a spiritual level to do this? Yeah, absolutely. So when this genetic manipulation of cro-magnon man was happening there could have been a lot of different things going into it and a lot of different genetics going in. You have the general mammalian DNA of cro-magnon man, you have the physically enhanced DNA of Annunaki man, you possibly have the cunning, cold, survivalist DNA of reptilians and you possibly have the unique attributes of the feather by bird genetics as Edisonik would point out :). So there's a lot of different DNA going on, a lot of different spiritual and physical reasons going on, and of course there are lots of different time periods going on. I am only talking about the last 6,000 - 10,000 years roughly. This could have been going on for a long, long time. But this is how I see a lot of this fitting together.
Here's an interesting quote from the Popol Vuh which Michael Tsarion pointed out:
Let us make him who shall nourish and sustain us! What shall we do to be invoked, in order to be remembered on Earth? We have already tried with our first creations, our first creatures; but we could not make them praise or venerate us. So, then, let us try to make obedient, respectful beings who will nourish and sustain us.
That pretty much says it. And you see this all throughout ancient texts. You have the Genesis 6 story with the "sons of God" and the "daughters of men". You have Quetzalcoatl of the Mayan stories and on and on.This is also where most racism comes from. What race on earth most resembles the Annunaki? Queen Elizabeth II would have an answer ;). And if the Annunaki are more advanced then that would make that earth race more advanced. So you have this whole bag of worms. And this leads into how this all ties into present day. I think the story of how this ancient history all ties into Egypt, the Vatican, the City of London and the District of Columbia is superbly fascinating. But that will have to wait for another day