By Scott Alan Roberts
"Fortunately, Scott Roberts boldly is going the place few males have surfaced from, offering a well-balanced, leading edge, and insightful method of the topic."
--Philip Coppens, writer of the traditional Alien Question
"In the midst of a frightening smooth panorama of pseudointellectualism, the perimeters of that are coated with the obscure, whimsical paranoia of reptilian conspiracies, Scott Alan Roberts breathes a few a lot wanted existence into the controversy over the reptilian archetype in our fable and culture."
--Micah Hanks, writer of The alien craft Singularity
"Roberts has performed each Christian a carrier through bringing jointly the myths of varied cultures and religions surrounding the determine of the serpent, coupling them with the unidentified flying object phenomena, and posing very severe questions concerning the origins of religion, the veracity of Sacred Scripture, and the character of non secular and temporal truth. This publication isn't simply one other 'ancient alien' supplying, with the standard facts and conclusions, yet a tapestry of non secular, archaeological, and cultural details designed to problem not just the simple solutions of religion, yet the
entrenched sanctity of the technological know-how of anthropology."
--Fr. Jack Ashcraft, Byzantine Catholic Priest
The very actual likelihood that non-human intelligences visited or even copulated with primordial people is targeted in civilization's so much historic cultural and non secular files. those old files extra demonstrate that those intelligences have been reptilian in nature--or, no less than, were represented all through human heritage in reptilian form.
From the Serpent, Nachash, within the backyard of Eden; Atum, the Egyptian snake-man; and Quetzalcotl, the feathered serpent god of the Mayans to the double-helix snake image of Enki/Ea in historical Sumerian literature, the serpent has been the omnipresent hyperlink among people and the gods in each tradition.