This is the tale of the Watchers, an esoteric group of beings mentioned and revered by many cultures and known by many names. The Sumerians referred to their leader as El, the King of Gods. Ancient Hebrews called them Elohim and throughout the world, the same motif becomes apparent.
The Old Irish word Aillil means shining, which is the same as the Old Cornish term El. The Inca word Illa can be translated as bright and the Babylonian Ellu shares the same connotation. Even the English word elf can be traced back to the Old Norse alfr and, if we stretch our inquiry back some more, we reach the Indo-European base alb, the personification of whiteness.
Religiousness and the belief in an ever observing omnipotent life-form is humanity’s oldest custom, if not its long-lasting obsession. In every corner of this world, even among the most primitive civilizations we see clear depictions of deities in the worshipers’ own vision. And one characteristic brings them all together: they were considered shining beings.
Throughout the universal religions, the gods interacted with mankind, taking many shapes, either animal or human. Bizarre artifacts illustrating reptilians have been uncovered word-wide. Pharaohs wore a cobra-shaped headdress featuring serpents, ancient Sumerian tablets depicted Reptilian gods, and a Kharsag account describes the god Enlil as the “serpent with shining eyes”.
The slight thought of such beings to exist and govern our lives would shatter the very foundations of the all-ruling Church, so its reign continues as long as no other disputant questions the Church’s firm grasp over the entire world. Because of this, we have very little information about the Shining Ones’ identity.
It is supposed they have walked the Earth in numerous physical forms, but do not mistake them for the Reptilian race that are believed to have banished the Shining Ones from Earth. The Church carefully erased any proof of their existence from history, leaving to be only the essence that lives within each and every one of us.
The Book of Enoch is said to hold vital information related to the identity of the Shining Ones, which is why the book was removed from the Bible, prying the gain of true knowledge for the last millennium by destroying and hiding the last copies of the Book of Enoch.
Apparently, the idea of angels made of flesh and blood would endanger the very core of Christianity itself, revealing the deceit and greed that spilled more blood in the name of faith than all wars combined, so the only remnant of the Shining Ones’ existence was defiled by the Church, associating them through endless propaganda with fallen demons, evil giants and malevolent spirits.
The most realistic definition of these beings is that they were highly intelligent and wise extraterrestrial beings experimenting with lesser life-forms, ultimately creating animals and mankind.
Lucifer, El, Yahweh, Odin, Zeus and all other pagan gods were members of the Shining Ones, but despite their difference in names and cultural counterpart, they are all one and the same. The Native American shamans tell of the Bak’Ti gods, (you guessed it, the term translates to Shining Ones) descending on Earth millions of years ago and establishing a base where they engineered mankind.
In the Bible we find a reference to the Shining Ones as the Watchers, as appearing to Moses’s father Amram:
“And there appeared two men very tall, such as I have never seen on earth. And their faces shone like the sun, and their eyes were like burning lamps; and fire forth from their lips. Their dress had the appearance of feathers… [purple], their wings were brighter than gold, their hands whiter than snow. They stood at the head of my bed and called by my name.”
“And after some days my son, Methuselak, took a wife from his son Lamech, and she became pregnant by him and bore him a son. And his body was white as snow and red as a rose; the hair of his head as white as wool and his demdema [long curly hair]beautiful; and as for his eyes, when he opened them the whole house glowed like the sun.
And his father, Lamech was afraid of him and fled and went to Methuselak his father; and he said to him “I have begotten a strange son. He is not like an (ordinary) human being but he looks like the children of the angels of heaven to me, his form is different and he is not like us.
It does not seem to me that he is of me, but of the angels.”
The Hebrews “borrowed” the concept of Elohim from the ancient Sumerians, who viewed them as the owners of mankind and its watchers. As the famous masonic historian General Albert Pike noted in Morals and Dogma, the Elohim/Watchers were seen as ‘hosts of heaven’, traveling between worlds and carrying messages. Their leader, Yahweh Elohim can be translated as Leader of the Shining Ones.
In the Testament of Amram uncovered amid the Dead Sea Scrolls, we get a glimpse of what these Shining Ones looked like once they fell out of grace by seeking pleasure and succumbing to lust towards the daughters of men:
“I asked them, ‘Who are you, that you are thus empowered over me?’ They answered me, ‘We have been empowered and rule over all mankind.’ They said to me, ‘Which of us do you choose to rule you?’ I raised my eyes and looked. One of them was terrifying in his appearance, like a serpent, his cloak many colored yet very dark.”
“And I looked again, and in his appearance, his visage like a viper, and wearing exceedingly, and all his eyes…I replied to him, ‘This Watcher, who is he?’ He answered me, ‘This Watcher…and his three names are Belial and Prince of Darkness and King of Evil.’”
It is unclear what made the original Watchers, the Shining Ones abandon their pet project into the hands of their fallen brethren in reptilian form. But the two categories of advanced entities share a common origin as the engineers of mankind.
Feared as the personification of destruction itself, the shining serpents established themselves as humanity’s new owners. Their influence is present in the mythology of cultures from around the world.
The Mesoamerican legend of Votan tells of a powerful serpent being who came across the Great Sea. A watcher himself, Votan was a descendant of the race of Can, which is uncomfortably close to Canaan, as suggested by Zelia Nuttal in Papers of the Peabody Museum.
Known as the original serpent priests, these Canaanites are routinely mentioned in conjunction with the Shining Ones and were fervent ministers of the reptilian beings. It is interesting to note that the Mayan word kan means ‘serpent’, as in Kukulkan, the ‘feathered serpent’. The Sumerian word Acan and the Old Scottish Can signify the same concept.
The Roman god of fire, Vulcan is a construct of the Babylonian Vul (fire) and Can (serpent), further proof of the reptilian watchers’ global influence. Care to try another one? Vatican, perhaps? Vatis is the genitive form of, meaning seer or prophet in Latin. Wow. The epicenter of the Christian world, a place of reptilian prophecy…