REPTILIAN EXPERIENCES IN NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
I had the misfortune of encountering my first
reptilian hybrid last year while attending a college
in Northern California. This individual, who I'll call
Chris, was extremely manipulative with words and
actions. At one point I referred to him as cold
blooded and he became very angry, staring at me with a
reptilian glare. He said I would pay for my
Later that night while in my dorm room I noticed a
shadowy figure beginning to form. I immediately burned
some sage and raised the vibration in the room. That
evening approximately 3 am I awoke from what I thought
was a dream to see a large reptilian form on top of me
trying to choke me. It squealed in what I can only
assume to be delight.
I began struggling with it and finally threw it off
me. As it crouched on the floor glaring at me I
immediately knew it was the individual I had insulted
earlier. He lunged at me, I dodged and grabbed a
penknife lying on my desk and slashed him as he lunged
at me a second time. With a squeal of rage he ran to
the wall and through it. I then turned on the light to
fully illuminate teh room. I noticed blood on the
penknife and checked myself to make sure it wasnt my
blood. I didn't go back to sleep.
In the morning as I left for class I noticed the guy
coming out of his dormroom. he had a bandage on his
arm in the same spot where I had sliced the reptile.
He noticed me and walked up to me and glared at me
with those same cold reptilian eyes. "this isn't over"
he said and I left for class.
Later that day trouble
really started. I had dorm staff and housing
administrators wanting to talk to me. While I talked
to one regarding the individual, the administrator
said "don't aggravate him, he's very important".
Strange thing is that the dorm staff seemed terrified
of him and behaved like his lapdogs.
That night I could still feel something watching me. I
have since moved off campus to avoid this antagonistic
individual. However, I often see him and freinds of
his watching me when I'm on campus and in town. a few
weeks ago I even found a dead bird at the threshhold
of my apartment. Yesterday I bought your book entitled
"The Biggest Secret". I am so glad to know that I'm
not the only one strange things are happening to, It
comforts me too know there are others out there who
are aware of the reptoids and that there are things
that humanity can defend itself against them.
Archive date: 12-09-02
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