These days, there’s a lot of talk on the internet about a “reptilian conspiracy”, with plenty of blurry, zoomed-in photos of politicians eyes presented as evidence of their true forms. But if you want a real reptilian mystery to solve, try this one on for size: somewhere out there exists the fossilized remains of a “Dragon Man”, complete with a long reptilian tail and horns protruding from the forehead. While the photographs might be compelling, no one is quite sure where the remains are now located.
Hopi Indians told tales of their underground “snake brothers”, or sheti, living underneath the American southwest and California. A little less obscure is Q’uq’umatz, the Mayan serpent of wisdom, preceding the Aztec culture’s famous Quetzalcoatl. The feathered serpent is interesting an interesting concept since mainstream science discovered dinosaurs had feathers, or feather-like structures, covering their bodies. Maybe based Quetzalcoatl was an extant, intelligent dinosaur who demanded blood sacrifice?
More notorious are the nagas of east Indian legend who shift between serpent and human form. These water spirits also loom large in Buddhism, as Mucalinda sheltered a post-enlightenment Buddha from the elements with his seven snake heads.
Seabat Studios brings us this fossilized Mer recovered from the Antarctic. Transporting it back to the United States must have required a herculean effort, given that the specimen is the size of a man.
It’s amazing that “mainstream” science can continue to deny the existence of creatures like fairies, dragons, and merpeople given the extensive fossil record.
Bringing us to a curiosity from a dead web page.1 From secondary sources, this is an art exhibit at a museum in Japan, the fossilized remains of a human-dragon hybrid, or a nephilim.