Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Reptilians Are Among Us!

Could the conspiracy theorists be right? Back in May, a woman in Indonesia gave birth to a gecko lizard. The story went viral on the Internet, and now a panel of experts has been called in to debunk the story. What's suspicious, though, is all the attention being paid by officials to what they describe as a nonsensical event that could never have happened. What could they be trying to hide?

Debi Nubatonis, 31, gave birth to the gecko following an eight-month pregnancy, according to India Today. Though scientists say it is impossible that a woman was pregnant with a lizard, officials are sending in a team of experts to get to the bottom of the mystery.

May in the remote Oenunto village where a midwife "delivered" the lizard. The news of the lizard birth led to the woman and her family receiving threats and being accused of witchcraft. The debate quickly became viral on the internet as well.

"It is clearly nonsense to suggest that the woman gave birth to a lizard," said Dr. Messe Ataupa, chief medical officer of nearby Kupang, according to India Today. "There has never been a proven case of a living organism from one species giving birth to a different species, it just doesn't happen."

Sure, that's what Ataupa and his team want us to think. The fact is that if Reptilians have been combining their own DNA with that of humans, it's totally possible that instead of a baby you might wind up with a gecko. Such an event would be proof of the vast Reptilian conspiracy, and as such the aliens trying to dominate human evolution will clearly do anything in their power to stop the birth from being confirmed.

I'm hereby calling on the investigators in Indonesia to locate the gecko and test its DNA. If partial human sequences are found, the secret will be out. Of course they're not going to do it, but that just demonstrates they're involved in the cover-up.

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