Reptoids, Reptilians, Dinosauroids are nothing new to the Americas. In fact, since the beginning of our known history of the Americas the native peoples have recorded, worshiped and idolized these Reptilians beings.
The Mayans are certainly no exception. The Mayans spoke and recorded history of a species of “Iguana-Men” who descended from the sky taking charge of their civilization. These Reptoids taught them how to build their magnificent pyramids and even instructed them to arrange them in patterns reflecting the constellations. The legendary Mayan story of Gukumatz speaks of Serpents of Wisdom enlightening the people and sometimes even devouring the young.
Either these Mayans had very vivid imaginations or something these “Iguana men” are something to be actually taken note of. The Reptoid visitations certainly explain the perfect celestial alignment and construction of their pyramids. Additionally, these advanced visitors could explain some of the ancient astronaut theories with the King Pakal ascending in his rocketship.
The Reptilians connect does not just stop in central America, but continues into the history of the Northern American tribes. The Hopi Indians of Northern Arizona referred to a race of Reptilian humanoids called the Sheti, translated “Snake Brothers.” The Hopi have long been known for their high level of enlightenment and deep spiritual connections to the Earth. While the Hopi’s connection with the Earth would most likely inspire them to write great legends about the creates that roam the earth, it seems completely illogical for this great tribe to refer to the lowly modern snake as “snake brothers.”
John Rhodes, an active researcher of Reptilian origins has spoken to many tribal chiefs about this matter. Both Apache and Hopi tribal leaders spoke to him of the Reptilians having underground bases and assisting the tribes in times of crisis. Underground cities of the Reptilians are said to exist under parts of Arizona, California, and Mexico.
Special thanks to Star Wars for the Trandoshan image, which we think could accurately describe what these Reptoids looked like.