Mysterious Ubaid Lizardmen: Are These Strange Artifacts Evidence Of Reptilian Alien Beings?
In enigmatic 7,000-year-old artifacts uncovered at the Al Ubaid archaeological site, humanoid bodies with lizard-like features have been discovered. Yes, we’re talking about genuine reptile sculptures, both male and female, in a variety of stances.
Others seem to be wearing simply shoulder pads while others appear to be wearing helmets. Some of the female statues were discovered nursing or cuddling their babies, which possessed reptilian characteristics as well.
With their long heads, almond-shaped eyes, elongated tapering features, and lizard-like noses, one can’t help but wonder why they were so important to the Ubaidian people.
Although we know that the snake was a vital emblem in many civilizations to represent a variety of Gods, many archaeologists feel that these lizard-like creatures were not venerated as gods, leading us to wonder what they truly represent.
One of our researchers looked into the matter and came up with a novel idea.
We know that the Hopi Indians of northern Arizona have hundreds of years of traditions about their “Snake Brothers” building subterranean cities throughout Arizona, Mexico, and Central America.
Gucumatz, the Toltec Mayan God of Knowledge, was also referred to as a “serpent of wisdom” who aided in human enlightenment.
Cherokee and other Native American mythology also describe a reptilian race. As a consequence, it’s not unreasonable to suppose they may have done so in other parts of the globe.
The Naga, who are subterranean lizard monsters that are regularly in contact with humans, are mentioned in a few Indian books and legends. A tribe of men known as the “Sarpa,” a reptilian race with snake-like noses and serpentine legs, is also mentioned in Indian legends.
In Japan, legends of the Kappa, a reptilian humanoid, were circulated. There is also evidence of a reptile race, as well as reptilian-like beings ranging from Jinn to dragons and serpent-men, in the Middle East, where the sculptures were unearthed. In the lost Book of Jasher, a serpent race is described in great detail.
Many individuals were reminded of an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times on January 27th when they heard about these sculptures. The headline says, “Lizard People’s Catacomb City Hunted!”
The story revolves on a forgotten city of catacombs containing vast amounts of treasure and the records of a better human race. G. Warren Shufelt, a geophysicist and mining engineer, got obsessed with discovering the buried city under Fort Moore Hill in the hopes of learning the mysteries of the Lizard people.
Mr. Shufelt said that gold tablets lie in the catacombs, containing knowledge vital to the human race, since The Lizard People had a higher intellectual level than present people. He was so certain that he excavated a 250-foot tunnel into the earth to prove it.
Mr. Shufelt drew out what he assumed was the layout of the old city’s tunnels and vaults using radio X-rays.
1000 families were housed in large rooms in the domes of the hills above the city of labyrinths “in the manner of tall buildings,” 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 across the earth.
The labyrinth of graves originally belonged to the Lizard people, he didn’t believe it until he saw Little Chief Greenleaf at the Hopi Indians’ medicine lodge.
After hearing about the lizard people’s subterranean villages from Chief Greenleaf, Mr. Shufelt was certain he’d found one. After examining the architecture of the tunnels, Mr. Shufelt concluded that the city itself resembled a lizard.
The Lizard People, according to mythology, had a single key chamber that acted as a guide to all areas of the city. Furthermore, all of the city’s records were supposed to be kept on four-foot-long, fourteen-inch-wide gold tablets, according to legend.
While conventional science denies the possibility of a Reptile race, it has been unable to explain the 7,000-year-old reptile sculptures. For those of us who think outside the box, the majority of the riddle has already been solved.