Some thoughts about aliens and reptilians, and where they actually come from./u/Yaffffujer

The Paranormal | March 5, 2023

Some thoughts about aliens and reptilians, and where they actually come from./u/Yaffffujer

The Sanskrit term 'Asura' can be translatet as "dark being", based on the word for light "sur", and the A- at the beginnig to reverse the meaning. They are seen as powerful beings who are in opposition to the gods (Deva) and also the humans. While not all kinds of Asuras are actually evil, they have a strong tendency to pride and violence, and the lowest of their kind (Rakshasa) are know to eat humans.

"Rakshasa means 'to belong/relate to the Raksha (demonic)'." "The term Raksha occurs frequently in Vedic literature where it is used to refer to the evil forces trying to destroy humanity." "Rakshasas were most often depicted as shape-shifting, fierce-looking, monstrous-looking creatures, with fangs protruding from the top of the mouth and having sharp, claw-like fingernails. They were shown as being mean, growling beasts, and as insatiable man-eaters that could smell the scent of human flesh. Some of the more ferocious ones were shown with flaming red eyes and hair, drinking blood with their cupped hands or from human skulls. Generally they could fly, vanish, and had 'maya' (magical powers of illusion), which enabled them to assume the form of any creature."

The ancient text about the different beings of this world locate the Asura-realm deep under ground. Not in a sense of hell or place of torture for damned souls (that also exists and is called "Naraka"), but as a subterran kingdom of the Asura. There, the Asura tribes are often at war with each other, and don't interfere so much with the human world. But it's possible for humans to connect to Asuras, through occultist methods, and receive supernatural powers in exchange for whorship and offerings (including blood sacrifices). It's further said that Rakshasas are coming up to the surface to prey humans, possibly hidden with human or animal form.

This texts describe many phemonena from the modern paranormal science, such as demons, vampires, werewolves and also reptilians. I tend to believe that there are no beings from other planets here on earth. They are all natives of this planet, just live hidden underground since ancient times. Maybe they had technology long before humans had, and maybe they had always certain influence on human politics and religion. Could be that they even use machines like UFOs, but they are not aliens/extraterrestrials. I think to search for them in the sky is the wrong direction.

It is really difficult for English speakers to do research on the Asuras. We can hardly see silhouettes of information. Hinduism and Buddhism have their own versions of them, what they do, what their objectives are, what they represent symbolically in the human psyche. Gods drunk with all kinds of excesses, gods of war and violence. Stories of forbidden loves, battles of poetry. The list goes on.

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[link] [comments]The Sanskrit term 'Asura' can be translatet as "dark being", based on the word for light "sur", and the A- at the beginnig to reverse the meaning. They are seen as powerful beings who are in opposition to the gods (Deva) and also the humans. While not all kinds of Asuras are actually evil, they have a strong tendency to pride and violence, and the lowest of their kind (Rakshasa) are know to eat humans. "Rakshasa means 'to belong/relate to the Raksha (demonic)'." "The term Raksha occurs frequently in Vedic literature where it is used to refer to the evil forces trying to destroy humanity." "Rakshasas were most often depicted as shape-shifting, fierce-looking, monstrous-looking creatures, with fangs protruding from the top of the mouth and having sharp, claw-like fingernails. They were shown as being mean, growling beasts, and as insatiable man-eaters that could smell the scent of human flesh. Some of the more ferocious ones were shown with flaming red eyes and hair, drinking blood with their cupped hands or from human skulls. Generally they could fly, vanish, and had 'maya' (magical powers of illusion), which enabled them to assume the form of any creature." The ancient text about the different beings of this world locate the Asura-realm deep under ground. Not in a sense of hell or place of torture for damned souls (that also exists and is called "Naraka"), but as a subterran kingdom of the Asura. There, the Asura tribes are often at war with each other, and don't interfere so much with the human world. But it's possible for humans to connect to Asuras, through occultist methods, and receive supernatural powers in exchange for whorship and offerings (including blood sacrifices). It's further said that Rakshasas are coming up to the surface to prey humans, possibly hidden with human or animal form. This texts describe many phemonena from the modern paranormal science, such as demons, vampires, werewolves and also reptilians. I tend to believe that there are no beings from other planets here on earth. They are all natives of this planet, just live hidden underground since ancient times. Maybe they had technology long before humans had, and maybe they had always certain influence on human politics and religion. Could be that they even use machines like UFOs, but they are not aliens/extraterrestrials. I think to search for them in the sky is the wrong direction. It is really difficult for English speakers to do research on the Asuras. We can hardly see silhouettes of information. Hinduism and Buddhism have their own versions of them, what they do, what their objectives are, what they represent symbolically in the human psyche. Gods drunk with all kinds of excesses, gods of war and violence. Stories of forbidden loves, battles of poetry. The list goes on. submitted by /u/Yaffffujer [link] [comments]

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