The People of Earth: UFO, Aliens, and Seed of the Serpent

The People of Earth: UFO, Aliens, and Seed of the Serpent

I was recently introduced to the TBS series titled, “People of Earth” and it is a mixed bag of Nordics, Grey Aliens, and Reptilians. The series follows city journalist Ozzie Graham (Wyatt Cenac), who travels to Beacon, New York to write a piece on a support group, “StarCrossed”, for survivors of alien encounters. Although skeptical at first, Ozzie realizes the truth of the group’s claims when he begins to recall similar experiences. Ozzie eventually quits his city job and moves to Beacon to further investigate the town’s strange occurrences, as well as resolve issues in his past related to his possible abduction.



So that is the premise of the show and it is designed to blend propaganda with Biblical characters…mainly the “reptilians.” Out of all of the “fantasy” characters integrated into this series, the “reptilian” is the one with an authentic rich and detailed ancient history. At one point in ancient times reptilian beings were worshiped as gods on every continent in the world. I often wonder if the Luciferian choir of angels had psychical serpent characteristics. Sumerian relief walls certainly embodied reptilian being with wings.

It would make sense because the “fallen” angels came to earth and were worshiped by mankind. There are statues, sculptures, written history, and oral history of serpent beings who were extremely wise and powerful. I would be remiss if I do not include the serpent in the Garden of Eden also leading to the division between the serpent race and mankind. There are even ancient Chinese stories of the offspring of human dalliances with serpent beings.


Yet, beware, the serpent still liveth
in a place that is open at times to the world.
Unseen they walk among thee
in places where the rites have been said.
Again as time passes onward
shall they take the semblance of men.

Excerpt from the 8th Emerald Tablet of Thoth

The Mayans had a serpent god known as Quetzalcoatl and there were serpent water goddesses in Africa. For the “People of Earth” to blend the reptilian character with aliens smacks of propaganda. Their very inclusion devalues the rich ancient history of the seed of the serpent. It also promotes the seed of the serpent is attempting to invade the Earth when they have been here since ancient times. The invasion happened long ago and the Most High banished the seed of the serpent under the Earth.


The Ubaid period (c. 6500 to 3800 BC) is a prehistoric period of Mesopotamia.


The quirky characters on the show also sell the notion anyone who takes interest in this subject matter is a quack. Meanwhile, there is a plethora of archaeological evidence of the serpent race; especially the Ubaid period (c. 6500 to 3800 BC) of ancient history which presents humanoid reptilians nursing children. What is interesting is how they blend the reptilians in with human population using “skin” suits. There is also the element of art mimicking ancient history because according to the 8th Emerald Tablet of Thoth, serpent headed beings infiltrated positions of the power on the Earth. How can you influence the affairs of mankind if you are delivering pizzas?



This is exactly what is happening in, “The People of Earth” and my opinion it is done for a reason. When the human mind is watching shows like this, reality is suspended in the brain. After a certain point the human brain because hypnotized and the brain accepts the seed of the serpent as pure fantasy. There is no escaping the ancient narratives of serpent beings nor their Biblical footprint. Sure you can say this is entertainment, but when it comes to mankind’s sworn enemy ask why “The People of Earth” humanizes the reptilian character? Imbuing this reptilian character with compassion and a moral compass makes him not only relateable, but affable.



“The People of Earth” is a cornucopia for some off-base conspiracy theorist because it allows them to lump in every alien agenda into a common platform. The difference is the reptilian character is linked to an ancient spiritual war which ends with the demise of their race. The reptilian is the only character on this show that was once worshiped by every culture on the Earth. Now he is the character with the most moxy. I will keep my eye on Season 2 of “The People of Earth” because I am onto the psychology of the writers.

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Michael Erevna

Michael is the Editor-in-Chief of fulfilling his true passion of researching and writing about Biblical scripture, ancient text, and esoteric mysteries. His book "Thy Sun, Thy Rod, and Thy Staff" is available on He has appeared on "In Search Of..." with Zachary Quinto and other radio appearances.
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