5 Signs That Someone You Know May Be a Reptilian Shapeshifter

Updated on February 7, 2018
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Jorge is a writer who also enjoys entertaining conspiracy theories. Also, he is not a reptilian shapeshifter—as far as you know.

One way to tell if someone is a reptilian is by looking closely at their eyes.
One way to tell if someone is a reptilian is by looking closely at their eyes.

How to Spot a Reptilian in a World of Humanoids

If you're not familiar with the popular reptilian conspiracy theories, then you're really missing out!

Basically, a reptilian (in the David Icke lore) is an alien creature from another dimension who has a reptile-like body, but who blends into the human population by taking on a more humanoid appearance. According to this theory, reptilians use holographic technology to disguise themselves as everyday humans and can often rise to high levels of power in order to manipulate true humans.

Some even believe that reptilians and humans were hybridized long ago, so there could be people who have reptilian blood and don't even realize it.

While not all reptilians may be bad, the idea is that they can be quite unconscious. They exist almost like computer programs, with no sense of right and wrong, simply running on predetermined instinct like robots. When they rise to power, they can cause damage because—according to the lore—they feed on human anxiety.

Do Reptilians Really Exist?

Eh, probably not in a literal sense. Though David Icke himself claims that this reptilian theory is literally true, personally I think you can get a lot more value out of it by viewing it as a metaphor.

Every human being has a side to themselves that is robotic and unconscious. Are you letting that run your life? Are you living without any self-reflection, as if you were a computer program that had no power to rewrite itself? Furthermore, is that fear-based, automatic part of the collective human psyche running society as a whole, to our detriment?

These are important things to consider. When you really think about it, the reptilians aren't "out there." Rather, they're inside of us.

Still, if you're going to follow the conspiracy theory in a literal sense, there are some common signs that someone is a reptilian shapeshifter. Here are the main ways to spot one:

1) Look for Reptilian Eyes

If you're wondering how to spot a reptilian, then obviously the first place to look is their eyes.

Some people say that these shapeshifters have reptile-esque eyes if you look closely enough. Others say it's possible to spot their reptilian eyes only sometimes, while they are in the midst of shapeshifting.

So next time you suspect that a world leader may be a reptilian (and, according to this conspiracy theory, almost all of them are), then take a close look at the eyes. Are they like vertical slits? Are they a deep black with no sclera? Did they seem to change suddenly? If so, this may be a sign of a reptilian.

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2) Check for Signs of Scales or Odd-Textured Skin

Another common way to spot a reptilian is by the appearance of scales. While a reptilian is shapeshifting, you may see their skin change a little. Maybe you see a hint of green all of a sudden, or you notice that the texture becomes scaly or rough like that of a lizard or snake.

Keep in mind that this isn't something you should see too often, since supposedly reptilians go to great lengths to appear as if they have human skin.

If you're curious, there are plenty of photos that you can find online of famous people who appear to show signs of reptile skin. Are these just artifacts in the photo and nothing more? Are those "scales" near a celebrity's forehead just a sign of a poorly-attached wig? Is that flaky dryness simply lack of moisturizer? Probably, but I guess you can never know for sure.

A reptilian may occasionally present with scales, like a crocodile or a dragon.
A reptilian may occasionally present with scales, like a crocodile or a dragon.

3) Watch to See If the Hologram Flickers

Reptilians are supposed to be really good at hiding their true identities. Sometimes it may be so automatic to them that they don't even realize they're doing it. Occasionally, their disguise may become apparent, though, especially in moments of distress.

Well, that's how the stories go, anyway. Since their human skin is just a hologram, it is subject to the limitations of the technology that creates it. A quick Internet search can reveal dozens of videos that are purported "evidence" of a politician or a celebrity letting down their guard down and unknowingly revealing their true, reptilian forms on live television.

Granted, this could just be the fault of grainy video. It's more interesting to assume that the person is a reptilian, though.

4) They Seem to Have No Soul

One of the hallmarks of a reptilian is that they have very little or no conscious awareness. Again, they exist like robots and there's little you can do to appeal to any kind of human consciousness in them.

Does the person who is a suspected reptilian seem to have no light in their eyes? Do they seem to have no remorse? Do they seem completely empty and devoid of any human touch?

Reptilians generally attempt to appear like humans and act as if they have human traits like empathy and self-awareness, but things might still appear . . . not quite right. You might sense something artificial about them.

Seeing this aspect as a metaphor is useful as well. In your own life, you might similarly act out of unconsciousness, but try to fake a higher level of awareness in an attempt to blend in.

For example, you might be too afraid to admit that you feel no empathy for certain people or that you don't give a crap about the environment, so you pretend that you do, anyway. You could say this is a "reptilian" trait that many of us might exhibit.

Be mindful of when you behave "soullessly." It's better to admit an ugly truth than to try to deceive people.

Not all reptilians are obvious. They're allegedly masters of disguise, after all.
Not all reptilians are obvious. They're allegedly masters of disguise, after all.

5) Your Intuition Is Alerting You of a Nearby Reptilian

Finally, after all of my hard-hitting research on random Internet forums, I found out that the most common way to spot a reptilian is simply one's intuition. According to more experienced lizard-spotters, if you feel like the person has an alien presence, then they could very likely be a reptilian.

Your gut can't always be 100% right, but combined with some holographic technical difficulties and a flash of scaly skin, you may be on to something. Of course, just because you have a bad feeling about someone, this doesn't mean they are a reptilian hybrid who is bent on taking over the world—but they could be, so why take any chances?

What to Do When You Find a Reptilian

What if you're absolutely convinced that your local politician or your best friend is a reptilian? What do you do?

Well, nothing. Even according to the lore, you can never totally be sure who is reptilian and who is not. It's not like this is an exact checklist. The whole point of reptilians is that they disguise themselves among regular humans and are hard to spot.

Not all reptilians have bad intentions, either, so don't jump to conclusions just yet. Some reptilians are part human and can thus become self-aware. It's not always a simple game of "good" and "evil."

If you get a creepy vibe from someone, though, then obviously steer clear of them. Reptilian or not, there's no reason to be around someone who seems to have ill intentions.

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        Edgar 

        3 weeks ago

        i survived the reptilian uprising during my time in the war of 1776

        help?

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        Draconia Darklite 

        4 weeks ago

        As a Dragon Hybrid my eyes will change color: hazel green to topaz gold. Sometimes the pupil will form a slit. Anyhow, I'm peaceful & wish no harm to you puny humans.

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        Star Solaris 

        6 weeks ago

        As a healer and a person who sees energy, I commonly see them present in a "host body" but purely on an energetic level. Sometimes it is indicated to clear them from the host (because they are hijacking) and other times it is indicated to leave them be but to simply offer healing and consciousness evolving energy to the reptilian in addition to the client. I have not noticed the ones that I am able to clear/evolve to be particularly malicious per se, but the presence of the reptilian does result in a large degree of suffering for the host. It may be that the reptilian is suffering and hence the host experiences that... But overall it appears they are simply struggling to survive. Because our society lives largely ignorant of the multitude of dimensions of their energy bodies, they are easy targets for these things to set up home inside of. The solution is to occupy your energy space so squatters such as these will be less likely to infiltrate. However, I have observed also that some human bodies were born specifically to be host to these things in which case the body would belong to the reptilian (human with reptilian soul). I don't believe all reptilians are bad because I have witnessed a range of agenda among them. Some do seek to exploit where others are simply seeking survival and relief from suffering.

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        Jenesis 

        2 months ago

        I took a pic few months ago my eye shifted to a lizard type eye and in others my eyes will be pitch black no color skin some times looks scaled i do have skin problem. I was lookin at one my friends and covered one my eyes and she freaked out said my eye shifted and some times my eyes will change from dark brown to light some times grey but I got into a fight and my friends seen me out the door less then a sec I was at the people’s house and I told them I’d kill them if they came try to break in my house they got scared the guy said look at her eyes I was on the sidewalk not in their yard close enough for them to see me my friends said bro when you ran it was so fast it was like a flash said my eyes looked different when I got home we was all smokin a blunt and they said jay you look pale like yellowish greenish I said I don’t know I feel fine but I feel I do shape shift when I’m either mad or spacing out in deeep thought or it comes and goes only I can control some of it answers help am I a reptilian

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        No name 

        2 months ago

        I took a selfie of myself and I had to look closely and my eyes was shaped differently. No editing or nothing just a selfie.

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        fagboi 

        4 months ago

        my mom and dad was

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        ptosis 

        5 months ago from Arizona

        I believe that 'reptile people' are a metaphor for seemingly soulless sociopaths who show no remorse. As for the bad skin, I'm sure lamellar ichthyosis is an extremely uncomfortable condition and people should feel sorry for them and not alienate them further. Those who suffer from this genetic disease sometimes has yellow stuff coming out of their eyes.

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        Wesman Todd Shaw 

        5 months ago from Kaufman, Texas

        David Icke's website once sent me about twenty thousand views to a thing I'd wrote. We anti-reptillians simply must unite!!!! Thanks for the fun article :)

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