Sunday, November 22, 2015

Do the Greys Exist and Are They Using the Story of the Cronides to Fool Us?

Alienigena


Ok, I’m seeing and have been seeing a lot of talk about these little androgynes from under the ground. Their main purpose is to use humans to reproduce a hybrid. They may also be involved in “eating” or “consuming” humans and animals and their blood (see Linda Moulton Howe’s research) and remember that I’ve uncovered texts stating that cannibalism and blood drinking were huge problems in the past and dealt with by the Cronides to put an end to it through the spreading of their agriculture cults. But also remember, that these androgynes and their hybrids are weak, sickly, and unhealthy per “eye witness” accounts.
Many think these are the creators of humans, but I don’t agree at all. They could be demons from another dimension or remnants left over from Atlantis. I’m going to really dig into some ancient esoteric texts to prove my thesis on this one, but it will take time. The giants came from something else, these things were creations and have no genitals. They hate us and envy us if they even exist in the physical realm.
They could even be a government experiment as they didn’t start to show up in the public arena until the 20th century and after Aleister Crowley drew what might be one. The elongated skulls are a mystery that still needs to be solved as does the Androgyne/Hermaphrodite obsession.
I am even looking into deliberate use of medications and chemicals that cause intersex features in humans and animals and whether it is being given to us on purpose. This is something I have my eye on and will take time to figure out. I don’t think the two things are related at first glance, but perhaps they may be. I think the Baphomet goes back to Prometheus and is both symbolic and revealing about the ancient Cronides and Prometheans per what I have already uncovered in the Loeb Library and British Library. This creature may be a government experiment, a cover up, a psy-ops generated by Michael Aquino’s military complex MindWars plan, demons, or Atlantian throw backs to the automatons that were created. I will do my best to research this one, but I really need some time. I’ll be looking into Edgar Cayce, Helen Blavatsky, the Nag Hammadi Library, and some other esoteric books that allude to these things and yet may also simply be referring to these ancient bloodlines.
These little androgynes may know the true history of the planet and are using it to fool us as they use us like cattle when they once were used by our ancestors as slaves. The reference to the Pleiadians coming to save us smacks of ancient mythology and the fact that the ancient bloodlines of the Cronides did “save us” and left their bloodlines/pharaohs to guide us. These little androgynes may exist (I’m not fully convinced of it yet) and they may be behind the absolute chaos and bad directions given to those that summon the ancient ones and don’t realize what they have connected to or it may simply go back to the evil actions of men who know the history and use it to manipulate the planet for their own gains.

These are the Pleiadians and some of them mated with Zeus.  One of their famous offsprings was Hermes, son of Zeus, messenger of the gods and the equivalent of Archangel Gabriel.

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The Pleiades (1885) by the Symbolist painter Elihu Vedder
The Pleiades (/ˈpl.ədz/ or /ˈplədz/Ancient GreekΠλειάδες [pleːádes], Modern[pliˈaðes]), companions ofArtemis, were the seven daughters of the titanAtlas and the sea-nymph Pleione born on Mount Cyllene. They are the sisters of CalypsoHyas, theHyades, and the Hesperides. The Pleiades were nymphs in the train of Artemis, and together with the seven Hyades were called the Atlantides, Dodonides, or Nysiades, nursemaids and teachers to the infant Bacchus.



After Atlas was forced to carry the heavens on his shoulders, Orion began to pursue all of the Pleiades, and Zeus transformed them first into doves, and then into stars to comfort their father. The constellation of Orion is said to still pursue them across the night sky.

One of the most memorable myths involving the Pleiades is the story of how these sisters literally became stars, theircatasterism. According to some versions of the tale, all seven sisters committed suicide because they were so saddened by either the fate of their father, Atlas, or the loss of their siblings, the Hyades. In turn Zeus, the ruler of the Greek gods, immortalized the sisters by placing them in the sky. There these seven stars formed the star cluster known thereafter as the Pleiades.

The Greek poet Hesiod mentions the Pleiades several times in his Works and Days. As the Pleiades are primarily winter stars, they feature prominently in the ancient agricultural calendar. Here is a bit of advice from Hesiod:

“And if longing seizes you for sailing the stormy seas,
when the Pleiades flee mighty Orion
and plunge into the misty deep
and all the gusty winds are raging,
then do not keep your ship on the wine-dark sea
but, as I bid you, remember to work the land.”
(Works and Days 618-23)
The Pleiades would “flee mighty Orion and plunge into the misty deep” as they set in the West, which they would begin to do just before dawn during October–November, a good time of the year to lay up your ship after the fine summer weather and “remember to work the land”; in Mediterranean agriculture autumn is the time to plough and sow.

The poet Lord Tennyson mentions the Pleiades in his poem Locksley Hall:
“Many a night I saw the Pleiads, rising through the mellow shade,
Glitter like a swarm of fire-flies tangled in a silver braid.”
The loss of one of the sisters, Merope, in some myths may reflect an astronomical event wherein one of the stars in the Pleiades star cluster disappeared from view by the naked eye.[3][4]



Maia[1] (/ˈm.ə/ or /ˈm.ə/GreekΜαῖαLatinMaia), in ancient Greek religion, is one of the Pleiades and the mother of Hermes.
Maia is the daughter of Atlas[2] and Pleione the Oceanid,[3] and is the eldest of the seven Pleiades.[4] They were born on Mount Cyllene in Arcadia,[5] and are sometimes called mountain nymphsoreadsSimonides of Ceos sang of “mountain Maia” (Maiados oureias) “of the lovely black eyes.”[6] Because they were daughters of Atlas, they were also called the Atlantides.[7]

Wikipedia Links:

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Hermes Ingenui (Vatican Museums). Roman copy of the 2nd century BC after a Greek original of the 5th century BC. Hermes wears his usual attributes: kerykeion,kitharapetasus(round hat), traveller’s cloak and winged

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Gabriel on the southern deacons’ door of the iconostasis in theCathedral of Hajdúdorog, Hungary.

The Cronides already saved us from cannibalism and savagery and they will probably incarnate and have to do so again.  Their bloodlines are the Osirian, Promethean, and Titan bloodlines that ruled as your kings and queens and pharaohs.