The Secret History of the Reptilians: The Pervasive Presence of the Serpent in Human History, Religion, and Alien Mythos by Scott Alan Roberts is a painful book to read. The subject is evil and serpents throughout history even including a thorough discussion of the Garden of Eden.
The author’s research confirms the accuracy of the Apostle Luke in citing countries, islands, Roman officials, and relating these facts to New Testament writings. The historian Sir William Ramsay traveled to Asia Minor to conduct research into archeological excavations of the New Testament Gospel according to Luke.
Roberts cites a number of great religious traditions which deal with sin and repentance. For instance, the Jewish Midrash teaches prayer, charity, and repentance. In the Hebrew Scripture, various heroes of the Bible intervened to change God’s mind. Roberts provides Moses as a good example, as well as others.
The author discusses great Hindu mythology at length. He cites the Hindu serpents including Shesha, Vasuki, Kaliya, Manasa, Ananta, Padmanabha, Astika, and Lord Shiva. Roberts wonders out loud whether or not the Reptilians came to earth a long time ago. In addition, he hypothesizes whether or not there are other worldly forces which act on earthly matters in today’s world.
Roberts traced the evolution of the Thule Society which relied on ancient occultist supernaturalism to formulate the Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei (DAP)–German Worker’s Party. The DAP later changed from a society that frequented local pubs into the dreaded National Socialist German Worker’s Party.
The Secret History of the Reptilians traces the presence of sin and evil from the Garden of Eden to more modern times. The author succeeds in presenting sin and evil as recurring themes throughout history.
Roberts isn’t as convincing in weaving evil into a prevailing force, which can overtake good in the final analysis. In fact, quite the converse is true as evidenced by the fall of a number of movements which dealt with extreme interpretations of how history should move forward–even in the most difficult of times.Powered by Sidelines