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Reality of the Serpent Race and the Subterranean Origin of UFOs Paperback – January 5, 2003
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Time might be running out for the human race.
There is much of value here. In particular, account of a South African shaman recounting a horrifying abduction experience done by the reptilians.
I did not appreciate the constant references to god and jesus since I am an ex fundamentalist agnostic who regrets having both rammed down his throat as a youth. But I have no problem believing in the demonic.
At times, I could. not determine who was telling the tale, commander X or Branton. But the horror
of reptilian was made abundantly clear.
And that, my friends is why all the digging is worth your effort.
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