This past Tuesday, I was invited to be a guest on The Invisible World hosted by Frank Todaro to speak about Lizard People, a.ka. Reptiloids! Here’s a link:

Below are some links if you want to know more about the subject and conspiracy of Reptiloids!

Here are a couple basic summaries of what exactly a “Reptiloid” is:

Here’s a PDF of part of the “Dulce Papers” via These papers were transcribed by John Lear from what Lear, the son of the inventor of the Lear Jet, claims were original texts and photographs:

“A Dulce Security Officer Speaks Out,” an interview by of the mysterious Thomas Costello who claims to have worked with Reptiloids in an underground base.

Here’s a fun clip from the History Channel’s UFO Hunters about the Dulce Papers. My favorite part is when the guy in the cap and glasses says he’s seen pictures and the other guy goes “really?” and the cap and glasses guy goes “well, drawings.”

David Icke (proceed with caution my friends): Icke, a former footballer and BBC sportscaster, kind of says it all, and by all, I mean he talks a lot, his traveling lecture packs venues and last 8 hours. His theories touch on the ruling class of the world being blood drinking lizard people. . I’ll say this about Icke, he comes across as a nice guy and I’ll listen to what he says about Nutra-Sweet and his concept of reality being a movie made by our consumerist society but I’m not so big on some of his other claims.

Here’s a great documentary on Icke by Jon Ronson, author of The Men Who Stare At Goats. Ronson explores the anti-semitic accusations about Icke’s “Lizard People” ideology. Myself, I think when Icke talks about Lizards, he’s talking about actual Lizard People. I don’t think Icke uses it as a racist metaphor.

Also check out Buck Rogers in the 25th Century for the Episode “Mark of the Saurian.” You can play a fun game by using your imagination to replace Buck Rogers with David Icke. If you have Netflix instant watch you can watch it right on your computer.

Here’s a link on interpreting the “serpent” in Genesis as a bipedal creature:

And lastly, a link on how to deal with Reptiloids in the work place:

Also, below is the “Lizardo Trilogy” of short films Carrie and I have made inspired by the Reptiloid Menace!


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