Where do reptoids live & what do they look like?

Geologically Remote Areas
Scientists usually find new species of mammals and reptiles in geologically remote areas such as forest canopies, cliff overhangs, caves, caverns, underground rivers, deep ocean volcanic vents and sub glacial geothermal pockets.

Small, geologically remote ecosystems usually contain animal life forms that are strangely unique. This is because the animals’ ancestors had somehow been separated from their larger parent species population (disasters etc.,) resulting in a sharp reduction of genetic averages within the surviving group. When this happens, the surviving groups evolution accelerates and morphological adaptations (formed to the stresses of their surrounding environment) begin to occur in fewer generations. Eventually, enough time passes, they become a distinct species of their own.

The more unique and stable the ecosystem and the more remote it is, the greater the chance there is for finding new species of animals.

Eyewitness encounters also take place along the fringes of society where tree lines meet rural communities and where there are densely thicketed habitats such as swamps and isolated lakes.

Areas Favoring Specific Geological Formations
Reptoids are suspected of living in geologically remote areas where Gravity Anomaly Maps (inverse topographical  maps) indicate the presence of empty underground space. There appears to be a  higher than normal percentage of reptoid sightings in places containing ancient volcanic ‘Tuffa’ (soft volcanic ash beds,) limestone, karst and sandstone (Missouri, Arkansas, Arizona, California etc.)

Since vertical separation is also a factor when considering geological “remoteness,” there stands a chance that some of surface humanities concentrated populations may overlap deep subsurface cryptid (reptoid) populations (we may have entire communities of old and young right under our very feet!)

Near Their Antarctic Origins
Antarctica or Polar Gondwana appears to be the location where the intelligent saurian root may have evolved for reasons addressed at length on this site.

Besides the paleontological evidence directing our attention to Antarctica, many intriguing historical facts point towards the icy, mountainous continent as a place of great mystery and unusual activities.

_How ancient sea maps show inland Antarctica, indicating early exploration during ice free conditions. Why weren’t these maps widely distributed throughout the mercator (mapmaking) world? What’s there?

_That in 1838 the U.S. Congress funded a naval expedition that was to travel towards the north pole in an effort to find a passage into the earth where they were instructed to established relations with an Inner-Earth culture. (Antarctica was also suspected of having an entrance into the Earth at the time.)

That the Nazi leaderships searched for their “Sky Gods” in Antarctica and the in areas near the north pole (remember, Sweden is where numerous cigar-ship sightings occurred during the war;) also interesting was the Nazi decision to have the post WWII leadership relocated to Argentina, a nation of close proximity to Antarctica.

How in 1947 admiral Richard Byrd made several flights over Antarctica (operation “High Jump”) and afterwards said that he’d like to see “….that land beyond on the Pole. That area beyond the pole is the center of a great unknown.‘ Since the pole has always been considered the relative center point of uncharted Antarctica, this strange, ambiguous statement about some other central location has long been considered a cryptic message to the mainstream public. (Many people believe that Byrd was making a reference to the pre-existing rumor that there was either a naturally hollowed out ice-cavern city somewhere in the interior of Antarctica or a circular entrance into the hollow interior of Earth. This mysterious central core society is said to be comprised of representatives from numerous Earth and ET cultures).

That Antarctica is the first land mass in history that all nations have agreed unanimously to keep completely neutral and free of claimed ownership. (International cooperation is the rule and not the exception in Antarctica.)

Obviously there’s been a lot of mysteries surrounding Antarctica and its over the years. If the Hollow Earth theory is ever found to be fact, then it is entirely possible that intelligent beings such as Reptoids have been there investigating it too.

What do Reptoids look like?

Reptoid physical forms appear to be as varied as those of humans and even more so. They share certain physical attributes such as a humanoid form (one head, two arms, two legs etc.) and some, but not all, of the following:

  • Beaded or scaled skin like a lizard or serpent. The scales (scutes) are larger on broad areas such as the back and chest and the hands, face and other malleable areas of the body have small scales that allow finer flexing.
  • A slightly large, slightly back sloping cranium (sometimes appearing conical) with two bony ridges that begin near the brow region of the forehead and extend backwards.
  • Two slit or almond shaped eyes with either vertical or circular pupils (Vertical indicates adaptation to low light environments, circular to near surface or lighted environments.)
  • Two ears (small holes,) one on each side of their heads that may or may not be covered by thin scales.
  • A flat and wide nose with a very little bridge area in between.
  • Lipless mouths with varying dentition.
  • Very muscular and trim torso with strong arms and legs.
  • Four to 6 digits of each hand covered by fine scales.
  • Tails that have been seen to be as long as four feet to as small as 18 inches. Some do not have tails at all, only a small bump at the base of the spine.

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