Serpent Seed or Reptilian Bunk?
I do not know what happened but this has turned into “serpent-week” at Revelation Now and it is only fitting because this week is Halloween. I think going forward October 24 to October 31 will be “Seed of the Serpent Week” at Revelation Now. This was a strange week because these serpent post have garnered quite a bit of controversy. One gentlemen was compelled to tell me I am breaking Biblical rules by focusing on celebrities who present a slit pupil on camera; and (paraphrasing) I should basically be ashamed of myself.
First, let’s understand I am not the author of ancient manuscripts which expose the serpent beings and their history. Nor am I the architect of the serpent seed beliefs or doctrines. What I am is a researcher who synthesises these ancient facts into short post to share with anyone with an Internet connection. I also am wise enough to know many books were removed from the Bible. The Book of Enoch is the perfect example. You will not see it in many Bibles but it is included in the Christian Coptic Bible.
You can debate until the cows come home but reading these missing books did not diminish my faith but expanded my understanding. Without the Book of Enoch I never would returned full circle in my research from: the Bible, to Sumerian Archeology, and then back to the Bible. It was the missing link that connected two stories together and kept it spiritual. We must understand according to ancient manuscripts these serpent-beings are mankind’s greatest enemy.
In the same way, even though God has the right to show his anger and his power, he is very patient with those on whom his anger falls, who are destined for destruction.
I have heard people analyze the serpent seed by labeling it as the “serpent seed doctrine” as if as debating who was the first womb of the serpent or by humanizing the rationalization of the mind of God. As if we have the capability to generalize the thoughts of being who stands outside time and sees the past, present, and future all at once. I even heard a question that asked why would the Most High have mercy on an enemy?
- He is beyond your comprehension
- Especially for a people in a lost state
I think mankind is in big trouble when they have come to the conclusion they can speak for the Most High. The behavior and judgements of the Most High is an enigma in itself. Why would the Most High allow Egypt to become a super-power only to enslave his people? Only to dismantle the power structure of ancient Egypt and to keep it as country with its name intact for modern times. To even suggest you understand the mentality of the Most High when it comes to certain behaviors is delusional and out of touch with omnipotence of His being.
8 “For My thoughts are not your thoughts, Nor are your ways My ways,” declares the LORD. 9 “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, So are My ways higher than your ways And My thoughts than your thoughts.”
Even if we remove the “seed of the serpent” from the Bible it does not change other ancient records or the mythology of the serpent. The Bible being an ancient record unto itself does in fact include the serpent and makes a distinct claim there is a “seed” associated with the serpent. Meaning reproduction or the ability to replicate itself. This begs the question is this a spiritual or physical statement or both?
Personally, I believe there are humans living among us who are not exactly 100% human. They exhibit characteristics like the slit pupils and extremely long tongues. We must also look at the behavior characteristics of the serpent to understand how it transposes to a human condition. There is such a rich history of the serpent on the planet and this is no mistake. At one point in ancient history every continent worshiped a serpent being and ancient text informs these same serpent beings will infiltrate society.
In closing, when people can explain to me how some people exhibit slit pupils I will continue to research the seed of the serpent. I have taken note how people like to argue that Eve is the only womb on earth to be filled with the serpent seed. This is a rather short sighted approach especially since ancient text which predate the Bible speak of the serpent beings. It is clear global administrations are fueled by blood thirsty impulses and the Word is not driving their actions.
The parable of the wheat and the tares tells us our common enemy lives among us and the seed of the serpent is also our common enemy. In fact, there is an inherent hatred for mankind from the seed of the serpent according to the Word. Is the Bible warning us of a threat that does not exist? Why add it to the Word if it did not matter? Does the Most High make superfluous statements? Keep your eye on the seed of the serpent and when the truth comes out stick your tongue out at the naysayers 4 times really fast.