FAILED BREEDING EXPERIMENTS, REPTILOIDS, OVIPAROUS MAN IN BORNEO TALE
Erle Frayne D. Argonza
…From southeastern Borneo comes a different tale. After the world had been made by spreading earth on the head of the great serpent which swam in the primeval sea, a deity descended upon it and discovered seven eggs formed of earth. Taking two of these, he found in one a man, and in the other a woman, but both lifeless; whereupon, returning to the upper world, he asked the creator for breath, that the pair might become alive. While he was gone upon his errand, however, another deity came down and blew into the mouths of the two lifeless forms and vivified them, so that when the first deity returned, he found himself forestalled, and man-kind, which he had intended to make immortal, was now subject to decay and death. …
This myth is a reproduction of related myths about the involvement of the ‘great serpent’ (Reptiloid extraterrestrials) which ‘swam in the primeval sea’ (resided in the astral plane, notably the mid- and upper astral).
Amusingly, this mythos speaks of ‘seven eggs formed of earth’. The line signifies that during the oviparous or egg-laying phase of human evolution (1st, 2nd, 3rd sub-races of Lemurians), the Reptiloid species began to intervene in the genetics of Terrans. Note that Terrans then were still in the astral dimension.
That the eggs were lifeless is evidence of the failed experiments in the early phases when many extraterrestrial species from different star systems intervened. The ‘breath’ signifies the Life-Force, without which sentient life cannot be possible.
As the myth reveals, while the Reptiloids could have been out for some errands, another group of extraterrestrials, perhaps the evolved ones, proceeded with their experimentations on ‘two eggs’. This now looks like the XX genes of males (first ‘egg’) and the XY for females (second ‘egg’), which when put together begins the life of a fetus. A 2-strand DNA suggested, which means mankind on the descent phase of evolution—also termed the devolution phase.
Of course, in the devolution to physical plane life, mankind’s lifespan eventually narrowed to just decades long, thus the decay and mortal life. Contrast that to the early humans who didn’t even need to reincarnate, as they were able to evolve back to the higher dimensions with just one embodiment down the surface, after living for thousands of years.
[Philippines, 24 June 2011]