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: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theinvisibleworld/2010/09/22/the-invisble-world-ep30
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 UFOCaseBook.com. 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. www.DavidIcke.com . 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: http://experimentaltheology.blogspot.com/2010/04/midrash-of-r-crumb-part-3-oddity-and.html
And lastly, a link on how to deal with Reptiloids in the work place: http://www.reptilianagenda.com/exp/e021704b.shtml
Also, below is the “Lizardo Trilogy” of short films Carrie and I have made inspired by the Reptiloid Menace!
Here is my entry for the Mysterious Universe Fake Whistleblower Contest. Mysterious Universe is a top-notch podcast examining stories of the bizarre, unexplained, and paranormal hosted by Benjamin Grundy and Aaron Wright. They are currently holding a contest for the best “fake whistleblower,” i.e. someone who comes out of the shadows and divulges top secret information. The winner receives a salt lamp.
An interview with a former employee of the top secret Air Force Base, Area 51, long been rumored to be the government testing ground of retrieved flying saucers. In this interview we attempt expose what’s really going on there.
Written, Performed, Garagebanded, and iMovied by Jeremiah Murphy
Over the last year or so I’ve noticed that when I’m about to drift off to sleep I sometimes dwell in a state that’s not quite asleep yet not awake. In this state I see very clear vivid images, dreams, or visions. It’s almost as if the radio reciever that is my brain is tuning to a different frequency. The reality of these “visions” are very dreamlike–they don’t feel like premonitions. Maybe they’re just figments of my imagination, processing the days events, or perhaps they’re signals from somewhere else (the future? parallel worlds?). Or maybe the visions/dreams are a mixture of the two. In any case, I thought I’d share in case someone could make sense of what I’m “seeing.”
Here’s a list of a few that I remember. Sometimes they are just pictures, sometimes they’re like movies.
The Statue of Liberty atop a pedestal of junkyard cars – In this one old lady liberty was on top of a pile of rusted out, broken down cars. It was just an image but pretty clear. I think it may have been an illustration.
Wartime Society- I’ve had a couple dreams of a society–it feels like ours but not quite. In this world, all of a sudden everyone I know joins a military force in the wake of some unspecified warlike act. It felt like people changed overnight from thoughtful citizens to people who were easily blinded by government manipulation or wanted to join this “civil service” as a means of some personal satisfaction (a sense of duty or even using it for their own ends). I remember feeling abandonned by the people around me because I saw no reason to join this military force but everyone else was. In the dream whatever caused everyone else to join seemed phony or fake to me. Maybe I’m reading too much into this one. I remember the uniforms were dark blue, and reminded me of Battlestar Galactica uniforms. It really seemd like not the standard military but a new “civillian force” that existed on top of people’s civillian lives. I think people still had their jobs but would wear their uniform to them and the rank of the service would carry over into the workplace or something like that.
I had another “vision” in a similar world where there was a parade of the military through a town and some local track atheletes mocked the servicemen. Despite the military culture of this society it still seemed acceptable to criticize the armed forces in public.
Alien Research – I saw these labs which felt like they may have been underground. The labs were very bright in some cases with metallic square tiled walls. It looked like scientists were trying to manipulate a piece of a crashed alien saucer. It was like a slab of metal. It wasn’t very big but floated. The scientists could get it to move but couldn’t control it or figure out how it worked. I remembered I laughed during this one because of the sheer confusion and frustration of the scientists. I felt they had sunk a lot of money into just making a floating piece of metal move a couple feet in the air.
In another part of the lab there was a huge piece of this metal. It was wrapped like an ice cream cone, the base of the cone was maybe 20-30 feet in diameter. It layed on it’s side and I got a look at the base of the cone which was the hollow end. It looked like inside the cone was significantly bigger than the actual volume of the cone if you took it’s outside measurements. It was almost as if space was distorted inside the cone, like some bizarre trick of calculus. I thought this cone-wrapped piece of metal could be used as a craft.
Underground Storage – I saw what looked like part of an underground facility where there was an octagon shaped door to a chamber that contained lots of food in foil like packets. The tunnels of the facility were white, like a pvc pipe.
Carrie Sipple and I won first place in the Uncle Dracula Monster Movie Mashup 48 Hour film race with "Final Discourse." It starred Carrie Sipple , Stacy Mayer , and me with the voice talents of Ryan Stratton , Brent Hankins , and Wayne Henry . We shot, wrote and edited the movie in 48 hours. We were given the genres of horror and documentary to mash together. We also had to use the name "Matt" and yogurt.
Carrie and I came up with the concept Friday night, made an outline of what we wanted the rough plot to be. I also sent an email to some friends to see if they could call my phone number and leave a message like what you would hear on a paranormal radio show such as "Coast to Coast AM" to be used as audio clips. We also shot some brief footage and did some editing. We wanted to make a short about a couple of conspiracy theory podcasters who get in too deep investigating "The Lizardo," inspired by the semi-popular reptilian/reptiloid conspiracy where people believe the world is run by a cabal of lizard men.
Hey, maybe it’s true:
On Saturday we gathered the main props and costumes then shot it with Stacy. We improvised a lot and changed the plot of the film a couple times. We still had wanted to shoot some stuff but the end of the day caught up with us. We decided to save our energy for the mad dash of Sunday. There were some points that we didn’t know were clear such as the logic of my character seeing pictures of himself with The Lizardo then becoming one, but we thought we could make it work in editing.
On Sunday we edited everything together. We didn’t have time to shoot the extra items that we wanted, so we used "title cards" to make up for any needed exposition. We finished it, burned it to a DVD, and dropped it off by 7:30pm. We excluded lots of footage particularly footage of Stacy dressed as a Lizardo and going to the ATM, footage of my chasing Carrie (we thought it would be scarier if it was just footage of Carrie being chased from my perspective), and an intro sequence to the "Final Discourse Podcast."
I gathered some of the unused footage and made this video afterwards:
It was lots of fun and we were excited to win first prize at the screening on the following Wednesday. I think the key to making a succcessful 48 hour film like this is to divide up the labor and be flexible, because you’re not going to be able to do everything you want. Also I would make sure to devote the majority of one of the days to editing. In the end we had a lot of footage we didn’t use, but I think this helped make the movie better because it gave us more to choose from.