Ubaid Lizardmen Mystery: Are These Ancient Artifacts Evidence of Reptilian Beings?

In mysterious artifacts dating back 7,000 years, humanoid corpses showing lizard-like features were found at the Al Ubaid archaeological site. These are real reptile statues, which can be seen in various poses.
Some appear to be wearing helmets while others only have shoulder pads. Others were found clutching a staff or scepter, while still others were holding their babies.
With their long heads and almond-shaped eyes, sharp faces, lizard-like noses, and sharp faces, one can’t help but wonder what made them so important to the Ubaid people.

While we all know that the snake was used as a symbol of many gods in ancient civilizations, archaeologists have discovered that these lizard-like animals are not considered to be gods.
One of our researchers analyzed the situation and made an interesting suggestion.
We know that the Hopi Indians of northern Arizona have stories about their Serpent Brothers, who created underground cities in Arizona and Mexico. These legends go back hundreds of centuries.
Additionally, Gucumatz, the Mayan Toltec god, was often referred to as a “serpent of wisdom,” who aided in the enlightenment and advancement of humanity.

Cherokee folklore also mentions a race of reptiles. It is not unreasonable to think that they could have done it in other parts of the world.
In Indian tales and texts, Naga are mentioned, which are lizard-like creatures that live underground and interact with humans frequently. Indian traditions also mention the “Sarpa” race of reptiles, which have serpentine legs and snake-like noses.
Japan told stories about the Kappa, a reptile-humanoid. Evidence of a reptilian species is found in the Middle East. Sculptures were also discovered there. In the Lost Book of Jasher, a detailed description of a race of serpents is found.
Many people remembered an article published in the Los Angeles Times on January 27, 2012, when they heard about the sculptures. “The City of the Lizard People Catacombs Has Been Hunted!” This headline says it all.

This is the story of a lost city with catacombs rich in immeasurable riches and containing the chronicles of a superior species of human beings. G. Warren Shufelt was a geophysicist, mining engineer, and became obsessed with finding the lost city below Fort Moore Hill in an effort to uncover the secrets of the Lizard people.
Shufelt claimed that tablets made of gold were found in the catacombs. They contained information that was essential to humanity, as the Lizard People were more intelligent than modern humans. He was so sure of it that he dug 250 feet into the ground.
To draw the outline of the ancient city’s vaults and tunnels, Mr. Shufelt used radio X-rays.
1,000 families were housed “in the way of tall buildings” in large rooms located in the domes above the city of Labyrinths. Immediate food supplies of the variety of herbs were kept in the catacombs to provide them with sustenance for long periods of time while the next fire burned over the land.

He was skeptical at first, but was told by Little Chief Greenleaf in the Hopi Indian medicine room that the tomb labyrinths were originally part of the Lizards.
After Chief Greenleaf told him about them, Mr. Shufelt was sure that he had found one of the underground lizard villages. After analyzing the tunnel design, Mr. Shufelt noticed that the city looked like a lizard.
Legend has it that the Lizard People had a single chamber of keys that served as a guide to all parts of the city. Mythology also states that all city records must be stored in gold tablets that are four feet long and fourteen inches wide.
Although orthodox science rejects the existence of a reptilian race, they cannot provide a better explanation for the 7,000-year-old reptilian statues. Those of us who think outside the box have already solved most of the mystery.

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