After examining several experiences of people, it is believed that the Serpent Men, popularly known as reptilian humanoids can project illusions of the human form. One of the strangest experiences with a reptilian was shared by Sharon Gilbert who is also the host of “SciFriday,” a TV show billed as “Science news from a Christian worldview.” She also happens to be the author of a supernatural fiction series and a number of novels. She has also co-authored the book titled “God’s Ghostbusters: Vampires? Ghosts? Aliens? Werewolves? Creatures of the Night Beware!”.
Recently, in an episode of the “Jim Bakker Show”, Sharon opened up about a terrifying encounter she had with a reptilian who was disguised as her husband, Derek.
“After Derek and I got married this other Derek appears in our bed. The real Derek is lying down next to me, other Derek sits right up out of him. It startled me. I knew that was not Derek and so I asked this critter, who are you? Because he clearly wanted to have sexual relations. He said: “I am your husband.“
It was not her first time when she was confronted with a reptilian, however, this encounter was the closest one so far as Sharon. She was convinced that it was not her husband, so she moved forward and grabbed the face of the reptilian.
“And I pulled that face off. And beneath it was a reptile. Little creatures with him this time, these little half-ling creatures and they looked like gargoyles, they were reptilian as well. So beneath that face of Derek was a reptilian serpentine creature, probably similar to what visited the Anasazi…”
Sharon Gilbert is well-versed in the lore of the reptile. The Anasazi were an ancient Native American culture that existed for 1,000 years in the Four Corners region of the United States before abruptly and rather mysteriously abandoning the territory in which they had been living.
What caused them to flee remains a mystery; however, one legend holds that they worshipped a reptilian deity and were kidnapped and transported to the Moon by a reptilian. This mythology served as inspiration for an episode of The X-Files, among other things.
Those who believe in reptilians may find Gilbert’s testimony to be a useful instruction on why it is best to stay away from them. Those who believe in exorcisms may find her story and writings to be a useful resource for assisting those who believe they are possessed or tormented by non-human entities.
There are also many who believe she is taking advantage of the trust in order to advertise her books and services (as well as those of her spouse). Moreover, participating in “The Jim Bakker Show” does little to dispel such allegations. What are your views concerning this little encounter with the reptilian humanoid?
Source: Mysterious Universe