Reptilians have been depicted throughout history and are chronicled by diverse cultures worldwide. Individuals without contact or communication with one another share eerily similar accounts of lizard-like overlords. Indigenous Mayans idolized Quetzalcoatl, a mighty Snake God. Sumerians spoke of the Anunnaki, an extraterrestrial race thought to influence mankind. Gnostic texts refer to the Archons as a group of parasitic entities that consume our energy. Here’s a look at some other examples from across the globe:
Cherufe: Chilean lore illustrates a sinister saurian breed living deep within the Earth. They have a voracious appetite for human flesh— preferably from young children and virgin maidens. Residents felt the only way to appease Cherufe was to sacrifice chosen victims by throwing them inside an active volcano. Sobek: One of the oldest deities named in ancient pyramid hieroglyphics happens to be a crocodilian humanoid. Egyptians revered the peculiar hybrid as a fearsome ruler with supernatural abilities. Worshippers believed he protected travelers crossing the perilous Nile River. Sobek is often associated with military power due to his ferocity. Chitauri: South African tribal legends mention a primordial race of 9-foot-tall reptilians. According to Zulu shaman Credo Mutwa, Chitauri translates to ‘the dictators’ or ‘the ones who tell us the law’. These interdimensional voyagers are telekinetic, technologically advanced, and hostile toward humans. Mutwa stated they feed off of our negative emotions.
Read more: Reptilians Throughout History: Global Mythology of a Serpentine Race