Historical Anecdotes of the Reptilian Race That is Reproached by Conspiracy Theorists – Truth is Nagas (Reptilian Race) Cannot Rule Humans EVER!
Conspiracy theorists claim without any substantial evidence (videos or photos) that several Reptilians in human forms rule us taking higher hierarchy positions as Leaders, Kings, Queens and Dictators. Their claims go like this: They are among us. Blood-drinking, flesh-eating, shape-shifting extra-terrestrial reptilian humanoids with only one objective in their cold-blooded little heads: to enslave the human race. There are few reptilian species who do involve in human flesh eating; killing adults and children. They also send their slave aliens to perform cattle mutilation to eat flesh and drink blood.
But do you know from where they are composing several stories about this Reptilian race. You will be surprised to comprehend that they refer old Hindu texts written or telepathically told by ancient Bharatvashis of Bharat (India), Malay, Bali, Indonesia, Combodia (Kambhoj), Gandhar (Afghanistan) and Puritajarra, Kalkutajhara (now in Australia).
Most of the Reptilian Races are Allies of Humans, Except Few who indulge in Human Sacrifice. They also cloned many Leaders and Decision Makers, replcacing them with their own Slaves. Greys also work with few of such Reptilian Races. Nagas are Human Allies.
Several conspiracy theorists and UFO orgs have created fake stories based on contactees to mint money. This runs into multi-million dollar scam globally. Hundreds of books are written around fictional tales. Since most of their settings are based on ancient texts; we will use ancient scripts to debunk their claims.
Few years back, we challenged for 6 months that whoever provide us EVEN 1 pic of Mamata Banerjee having long meetings with Hindu saints, we will provide INR 10000 to that reader. No one turned up, while at that time we had UV of 2 lakhs. Similarly, we are keeping reward of INR 2 lacs this time for anyone who produce ACTUAL pic of Reptilian humanoid. This challenge will be LIVE for 6 months; 24-09-2018.
All their depictions are super lift-offs from the ancient cravings and scriptures of Bharat and other countries mentioned above. Be it formation of images, their behaviour or their residential addresses; everything is taken from ancient accounts to build a narrative to write books, thesis and earn money while making farcical documentaries around it. NO HUMAN IN PHYSICAL FORM CAN MEET OR SEE THE NAGAS (SNAKE SHAPED SUPER REPTALIAN) WITHOUT INTER-DIMENSIONAL TRAVEL. It is not as if you can dig earth and reach Patal Loka. It is not possible even if Human race develops a huge driller to reach Earth’s crust or hollow planet which is residence of Patalvashis (residents of Patal Loka). The Patal Loka is attuned to different dimension and being present in current dimension we cannot reach another dimension. It is only POSSIBLE doing Yog with Vedic rituals which will take decades for a person to attain Nirvana. It is not wormhole or portal. The gate to entry another dimension is actually created by Siddh Yogis and Sages who can travel any part of Universe with their Sukshma Sarira (not mortal form). Each gate is individually created; it is not a common portal wherein any one can enter. It is formed by each Siddh Yogi on his own. After reaching that inter-dimensional place, they can again work together but travel can only be made individually.
Nagas, Intelligent Reptilians are Allies of Humans not Blood Sucking Creatures
- 1 Nagas, Intelligent Reptilians are Allies of Humans not Blood Sucking Creatures
- 1.1 Conspiracy Theorists Claim:
- 1.2 Assessment of Ancient Scripts on Reptilian Race
- 1.3 Reptilian Serpents are Servants of Gods and Super Humans
- 1.4 Reptilians are Witness to First Creation
- 1.5 Reptilians Saved World from Halahal Causing Self-Harm
- 1.6 Nagas Were First of the Creations Before Common Humans
- 1.7 Naga Takshaka Fulfilled Curse
- 1.8 Narad’s Attachment to Mother Was Removed By a Reptilian Serpent
- 1.9 Nagas are Residents of Patal Lok
- 1.10 Reptilian Nagas Lived Across World!
- 1.11 Worshipping Nagas
- 1.12 Ramayan Give Details on Nagas Not Demeans Them
- 1.13 Interesting Anecdotes from Nilamata Puran
- 1.14 Anecdotes from Mahabharat
Conspiracy Theorists Claim:
- Nagas (Serpents) or Reptilian race are controlling human brains
- Nagas or Reptilian race are deciding future of humans
- Nagas or Reptilians kill or abduct children, drink blood and eat their flesh
- Nagas or Reptilians are shape shifters (icchadharis), change their appearance from one form to another
- Nagas or Reptilians are fearful and scare humans away
- Nagas (Serpents) or Reptilians are ruling POWERFUL countries across the world so that masses can be controlled. Most of the leaders in BIG countries are controlled by Reptilians.
The above claims have ZERO video or pictorial proof. You will find CGI images and fake audios but they will never show actual footage to support their claims. Why is it so, because the truth is all above claims are false and made by crackpot theorists who thrive on gullible audience.
In fact, you will find in innumerable incidents of Hindu texts that Nagas actually helped Humans to regain consciousness and life or fulfill the effect of curse.
In the hierarchy of Yoni, Nagas or Reptilians are lower than humans
On the contrary you will find Nagas to be supportive to human race development and close to nature. They were allies and always worked with humans or serviced them but never caused harm to existence of human civilization. And if conspiracy theorists shift goal post and claim that they are talking about Pishachas then their shallowness go deeper; Pishachas are from different yoni and can harm only creatures who are part of that yoni. They cannot come close to humans neither humans can visit them as they are in lower form of yoni; they are carnivores and wild but cannot harm any human UNLESS THAT PERSON CALLS Pishacha telepathically using Black Tantras and Mantras.
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Nagas are currently serving the curse of Kashyap and after completion of Chaturyug they will again become terrestrial resident of Earth.
Assessment of Ancient Scripts on Reptilian Race
We will assess the ancient Hindu scripts that interpret Nagas (Reptilians) as Human fearing race who prefer peaceful life however due to curse have to live among Pishach (Pisacas). Pishacha do not belong to the reptilian race but if contact is established through Black Tantric process they cause harm to others; they either become slave of a master human or instead cause harm to the Black Saadhak himself. They are not DEVELOPED and INTELLIGENT beings like Nagas, they cannot sustain on weather and climate of surficial Earth while Nagas can.
Let us look briefly in several ancient accounts, showing existence of super natural serpents (known as Reptilian race today) and their contribution to the human race.
Reptilian Serpents are Servants of Gods and Super Humans
Serpents were accorded role of relinquishing curses of the Bhagwan. You will find it in hundreds of ancient incidences where serpents were expected to bite the person to relinquish the curse on the victim or kill him by the orders of Bhagwan or demigods.
Serpents always helped human race and Gods for continuum of this world and peaceful co-existence of other Lokas. Bhagwan designated several important roles to Serpents (Snakes) to save world from Asuras and negative energies.
Reptilians are Witness to First Creation
Out of millions of life forms; Reptilian Serpents or Nagas are chosen to witness the CREATION phase of Bhagwan – the emergence from the navel of the Bhagwan, as he reclines on the serpent bed provided by Adisesha, a long stalk bearing a Lotus, in which is seated Brahma.
Only a creature close to Bhagwan and selected to protect the Universe can have such mighty accordance to witness RECYCLIC creation of Universe.
Reptilians Saved World from Halahal Causing Self-Harm
Milk protects treasure and opulence of our Universe. To restore vibrancy, healthy life and richness of the world; Churning of ocean milk was necessary. Bhagwan Vishnu said to the Devtas and Asurs that the churning of ocean milk would also require use of the Mandara Mountain as a churn stick and the huge serpent Vasuki as the churning rope. Both sides accepted the solution but it needed the Bhagwan’s help to raise the mountain, and move it into position in the sea, He had also to commission Vasuki to function as the rope. And finally Bhagwan had to himself take the form of a huge tortoise to support the mountain from sinking in the ocean waters during the churning operation.
After churning of ocean, along with several treasures, Halahal came up, an extremely dangerous venom, enormous to encapsulate the world, it was slowly spreading causing nauseation to the beings around. Someone had to extract it and place it away from the living beings. The sacrificial task was taken over by Bhagwan Mahadev who kept it in his throat, several serpents came forward to reduce the impact and accumulated some of the Halahal in their mouths to protect life forms in the Universe, that incident converted some of the non-poisonous serpents to poisonous snakes. The negative impact of poison harmed some of the Nagas a lot but they did it to protect the world.
Nagas Were First of the Creations Before Common Humans
Svayambhuva Manu was the son of Brahma, the Creator. The Devas were born to Aditi, the Asuras to Aditi, the Rakshasa or Danavas to Danu, the Rudras to Surabhi, Garuda to Vinata, the Naga serpents to Kadru, and birds and all other creatures and plants from the other wives of Kashyap. Thus Kashyap was the builder of all the species, while Brahma was the Architect. And of course the ultimate Designer of even the Creator and his Creations was the Supreme Bhagwan.
Naga Takshaka Fulfilled Curse
Takshaka was the first of the Serpent species of Creation. He was born to the Sage Kashyap of his wife named Kadru, who was one of the Sage’s ten wives, who were the daughters of Daksha Prajapati. Takshaka is the serpent who bites Raja Parikshit and causes his death in fulflment of a curse inflicted on the Raja seven days earlier.
One day while on a hunt, Raja Parikshit, became tired and thirsty and came upon an ashram in the forest. Entering it, he found a sage called Samika, seated there in deep meditation, In a fit of impatience at the sage not responding to him, Parikshit picked up a dead snake that lay on the floor, with the tip of his bow, put it around the sage’s neck and went away. Hearing later about this, Samika’s son Srngi became angry and cursed Parikshit that he would die within seven days by a bite of Takshaka. Later Parikshit was filled with remorse over his thoughtless act and resolved to undertake a fast unto death while at the same taking all precautions against the approach of snakes. On the seventh day however, Takshaka disguised as an old brahmana sought entry to Parikshit’s palace, but was stopped by the guards. He then pleaded that at least the fruits he had brought be taken to the King. When the guards agreed, Takshaka quickly turned himself into a worm and concealed himself in one of the fruits. When these fruits were taken to the King and he took one of them, Takshaka emerged from it in his true form, killed the King and escaped. Thus it was that the curse took effect on the seventh day and Parkshit perished. Before waiting for his end, he had the benefit of the Bhagavat story being fully narrated to him by Sage Suka himself.
(Shape shifting THEORY is taken from several such incidents of Hindu texts)
Narad’s Attachment to Mother Was Removed By a Reptilian Serpent
Narad had one more life to complete before he could return to Brahma. This was to be as the son of the King Drumila who lived in a place called Kanyakubj. Given to ascetic ways Drumila had renounced his kingdom, and after a long period of austerity in the forest, passed away. Kalavati who was carrying at that time was about to end her life on her husband’s funeral pyre, when a celestial voice bade her stop and return to the village. She lived as a servant in a Brahmana’s house when her son was born. As the birth seemed to have brought welcome rains to the drought-ridden village, the Brahmana master thought that the child was auspicious and named him Narad, meaning one who provides water. The child grew up to be a great devotee of Vishnu, soon after his mother Kalavati was bitten by a snake and died. Narad devoted more time in bhakti of God devoid of any attachment in his life.
Nagas are Residents of Patal Lok
Different realms of Patala are ruled by different demons and Nagas; usually with the Nagas headed by Vasuki assigned to the lowest realm. Vayu Purana records each realm of Patala has cities in it.
Mahatala is the abode of many-hooded Nagas (serpents) – the sons of Kadru, headed by the Krodhavasha (Irascible) band of Kuhaka, Taksshaka, Kaliya and Sushena. They live here with their families in peace but always fear Garuda, the eagle-man.
The lowest realm is called Patala or Nagaloka, the region of the Nagas, ruled by Vasuki. Here live several Nagas with many hoods. Each of their hood is decorated by a jewel, Naagmani, whose light illuminates this realm.
Reptilian Nagas Lived Across World!
Naga is the Sanskrit word for a deity or a class of ancient beings found in Hinduism and later in recently founded sub-sectional religion of Hinduism, the Buddhism. They dwell in underground premises of our Earth. There are historical accounts about Nagas in ancient scriptures of India, Africa, Egypt, Greece, Bali and Australia. Numerous local religious scriptures are filled with incidences of Nagas helping humans to fight from disease while sharing knowledge about science of medicine. Adivasis and tribals of India still practice several medicinal methods prescribed by Nagas.
Nagas established their opulent kingdom in and around Pacific Ocean and other weakened surface layers of Earth. The massive structure and monuments showcase their advance technological knowledge and ability. Human race still cannot make such structures with modern machines. These Nagas are said to have developed a subterranean civilization technologically much more advanced than ours and they are thought to possess superhuman powers. In a Cambodian legend, the Nagas are a reptilian race of beings who possessed a large empire or kingdom in the Pacific Ocean region. The seven-headed Naga serpents depicted as statues on Cambodian temples such as Angkor Wat possibly represent the seven races within the Naga society.
For Malay sailors, Nagas are a type of dragon with many heads; in Thailand and Java, the Naga is a wealthy underworld deity. In Laos they are usually considered sea-faring, or water serpents. In Javanese culture, a Naga is a crowned giant magical serpent, sometimes winged.
Nag Panchami is a festival for celebration of the Nagas (both deities and cobras) on the fifth day after Amavasya of the month of Shraavana (beginning in late July and ending in the third week of August). Nagin or Nagini is the female serpent revered in Hinduism. The earthly serpents have limited powers since underground Nagas cannot be reached without using inter-dimensional commutation, (living) earthly serpents are revered and praised in the symbolic form during Nag Panchami.
Colors, numbers, mantras, and symbols Eight (8) is the token number of Naga. The color of Manasa and Neta is pearl white; that of Taksaka is glistening red. Nagas have five colors: 1) white (Vasuki, Mahapadma, Manasa, Neta), 2) red (Taksaka, Kulika), 3) black (Karkotaka), 4) rosy color of the lotus (Padma), 5) yellow, it is the Sankhapala’s color. According to Indian astrology, the God of the fifth date is snake. This is why the number 5 is very important for the Nagas, but also for Bhagwan Shiv. Nagas are therefore also considered to be the Bhagwan Shiv’s gems.
Ramayan Give Details on Nagas Not Demeans Them
With bands of godlike heroes skilled
In every warlike weapon, filled,
And kept by warriors from the foe,
As Nagas guard their home below.
The Nagas (serpents) are demigods with a human face and serpent body. They inhabit Patal or the regions under the earth. Bhogavati is the name of their capital city. Serpents are still worshipped in India
Nagas were skilled and guide their kingdom efficiently. Their weapons and skills are inferred here as the parameter of advancements.
Canto The Descent Of Ganga
God, sage, and bard, the chief in place of spirits and the Naga race, Nymph, giant, fiend, in long array Sped where Bhagirath led the way;
Naga helped Bhagirath in descending Ganga.
Canto The Hermitage Burnt
The Gods, with Indra at their head, And Nagas, quailed disquieted, and saints and minstrels, when they saw The king that awful weapon draw;
As we can see here Nagas are allies.
Canto Vishwamitra’s Triumph
With ravening flames, were filled with dread. Then God and saint and bard, convened, And Naga lord, and snake, and fiend.
Again here Nagas are revered with the God and saints.
Interesting Anecdotes from Nilamata Puran
How Nagas Started Living in Patal Lok
Nagas lived in Lakes and Underwater reserves.
24-25 O controller of the enemies, the holy region of Kas’mira (Kashmir) is possessed of all the sacred places. There are sacred lakes of the Nagas and the holy mountains; there are holy rivers and also the holy lakes; there are highly sacred temples and also the hermitages attached to them.
Nagas are called in same breath as best creatures of the time.
- 0 king, the Nagas are the sons of Kadru, and Garuda and Aruna – the best among the birds – are the two sons of Vinata.
Nagas could not rule earth or humans when even Garuda eats them easily
- While the Nagas were being eaten by the high-minded Garuda, Vasuki sought the protection of Janardana, the god of the gods.
Another proof that Nagas were told to reside in water and away from Humans
68-69. Brhadasva (said): The venerable god said to Vasuki who was agitated with fear: “O possessed of unparalleled strength, you along with the pious Nagas may dwell in the country of Sati, in the sky-like lake of holy water.
Nagas live in fear hidden from Garuda as they sought blessing of Vishnu (Bhawgan Krishn)
- Vasuki did as was stated by the god of gods. Then there remained no fear of Garuda for the Nagas who stayed there.
Sam’s child was bought in water
- Due to compassion, the Nagas brought up that child in the waters. As he was born in the water so he was called Jalodbhava (water-born ).
When Nila king of Nagas showed hesitation in living with humans. (If Nagas or reptilian race wanted to rule Humans why they were staying away from them. The fact is they knew they bear different characteristics to not live with humans.)
207-208 Prajapati Kasyapa became angry and said to them, “As you speak audaciously; without paying regard to my words, so you shall have to dwell in the company of the Pisacas. There is no doubt here.
Fearing the curse, the human like Nila sought blessing as they were not cruel like Pisachas (Pisacas).
219-220. Addressed thus, the pious Nila said to his father, “We are ready to live always in the company of men. We would not live with the Pisacas who are cruel and who like cruelty.” When Nila the Naga-chief spoke thus, Visnu said :
- “O Nila, the words of the sage will be effective for one Caturyuga (i.e. four aeons). After that you will live~ in the company of men only.
Nagas reside in Patal Loka (Bhogavati) underground Earth farway from humans
232-233. O Naga, the dwelling of the Nagas is the city named Bhogavati. Having become a Yogi that Naga-chief (Vasuki) dwells there as well as here. But with his primary body, Vasuki, protecting the Nagas, shall live in Bhogavati. O sinless one, you (also) dwell here constantly.”
Naga had control over Pisacha
Brahmana Chandradev who was harassed by Pisacha withnessed the opulence of naga king Nila (Neel) when he reached the palace.
341-42. At that very time, the mighty Nila, the lord of the Nagas, seated on a hice couch under Dhanada, the best of the mountains, was being served by the high-souled Pisaca Nikumbha and highly powerful and dreadful Nagas.
- The Nagas and the Naga-maidens who had made their abodes in Kasmira, waited in large numbers upon that Naga-king.
- Some of the Nagas were praising the king, the others were fanning (him), while others, again, were waiting upon him, the pious one seated on an excellent couch.
351-52. Chandradev said: “Salutation to you, O Nila, sovereign-king of the Nagas, possessed of lustre like that of the blue lotus, resembling a mass of blue clouds, having abode in dark blue waters, you shine, O Naga, with seven hundred hoods, You blaze forth like the seven-horsed sun, with rays.”
Nagas are intelligent and powerful enough to grant boon unlike Pisachas who ruin living beings
- Chandradev (spoke): “O best among the Naga-chiefs, you must give me a boon. I ask for a boon and you are worthy of granting that to me.”
Kashmir was sometimes attacked by Pisachas and they harassed Humans, it was nice place but Pisacha attacks killed peace of the place.
- Chandradev requested “O possessed of terrible prowess, let the human beings live constantly in (Kashmir) Kasmira. The people are always oppressed in going away and coming again.”
- “Leaving their homes and cities of various sorts, the human beings … May they live ( here) with your favour. This is the boon I solicit for.”
Abode of Nagas worshipped by Humans for their intelligence, resource and protection from evil beings. They were worshipped with flowers.
612b-15. Nine divisions of Bharata, namely, Indradyumna, Kaseruman, Tamravarna Gabhastiman, Nagadvipa, Saumya, Gandharva, Varuna and this Manavadvipa surrounded by the seas should also be worshipped. Four oceans should be worshippcd and so also the seven Nether worlds, namely, Rukmdbhauma, Silabhauma, Nilamrttika, Raktabhauma, Pitabhauma, Sveta and Krsnaksiti.
- Having known the day of the Naga-year from the Phalaveda, one should worship that (day) with solid food and other articles of diet.
- O twice-born, the gods always reside in Kasmira-mandala. Devotion must be shown towards them and also towards the Nagas and the Brahmanas.
The leaders of the Nagas reside in the Kashmir and protect people around
- Gonanda spoke: “Tell me the names of those Nagas who have mainly their abodes in Kashmir (Kasmira). I want to hear about them.”
- Brhadasva said: “(There live) Nila, the king of the Nagas, Vasuki, Upataksaka, the two Nagas Kambala and Asvatara, (the two Nagas) Karkotaka and Dhanahjaya.
Brhadasva further tell names of hundreds* of Nagas.
Naga race exists since thousands of years so names of leader’s family tree, their past generations cannot be said in current time.
981-82. O king, these prominent Naga-chiefs have been mentioned by me. As regards their family comprising of sons and grandsons, that cannot be narrated by me even in hundreds of years and so also the holy abodes of all the Nagas.
- All the Nagas are boon-givers, all are obedient to Nila and all are great favourites of the high-minded Vasuki.
Anecdotes from Mahabharat
Just like Humans, Nagas or Reptilian race were dependent on Gods for peaceful existence and blessings.
“And upon Indra’s causing that downpour, the Nagas became exceedingly delighted. And the Earth was filled with water all around. And the cool, clear water reached even the nether regions. And there were countless waves of water all over the Earth. And the snakes with their mother reached (in safety) the island called Ramaniyaka.”
Nagas Saved Bheem
Seeing Bheem unconscious, due to effect of poison, Duryodhana bound him with chords of shrubs, and threw him into the water. The insensible son of Pandu sank down till he reached the Naga kingdom. Nagas, furnished with fangs containing virulent venom, bit him by thousands. The vegetable poison, mingled in the blood of the son of the Wind god, was neutralised by the snake-poison. The serpents had bitten all over his frame, except his chest, the skin of which was so tough that their fangs could not penetrate it.
“On regaining consciousness, the son of Kunti burst his bands and began to press the snakes down under the ground. A remnant fled for life, and going to their king Vasuki, represented, ‘O king of snakes, a man drowned under the water, bound in chords of shrubs; probably he had drunk poison. For when he fell amongst us, he was insensible. But when we began to bite him, he regained his senses, and bursting his fetters, commenced laying at us. May it please Your Majesty to enquire who is.’
“Then Vasuki, in accordance with the prayer of the inferior Nagas, went to the place and saw Bhimasena. Of the serpents, there was one, named Aryaka. He was the grandfather of the father of Kunti. The lord of serpents saw his relative and embraced him. Then, Vasuki, learning all, was pleased with Bhima, and said to Aryaka with satisfaction, ‘How are we to please him? Let him have money and gems in profusion.”
“On hearing the words of Vasuki, Aryaka said, ‘O king of serpents, when Your Majesty is pleased with him, no need of wealth for him! Permit him to drink from rasakunda (nectar-vessels) and thus acquire immeasurable strength. There is the strength of a thousand elephants in each one of those vessels. Let this prince drink as much as he can.’
“The king of serpents gave his consent. And the serpents thereupon began auspicious rites. Then purifying himself carefully, Bhimasena facing the east began to drink nectar. At one breath, he quaffed off the contents of a whole vessel, and in this manner drained off eight successive jars, till he was full. At length, the serpents prepared an excellent bed for him, on which he lay down at ease.'”
Here you can see Nagas possessed medicines that give a person strength of a thousand elephants. The medicinal advancement of gaining immense strength without penance or Yoga was not known to mankind even in Dwapar Yug but Nagas have it since thousands of years due to the blessings of Bhagwan.
Arjun Vanvas Parva
Arjun during exile of one year goes to north-eastern region of present-day India. One morning when he bathes in the Ganga river to perform his rituals, the under-current pulls him inside the river. He later realises that it was Ulupi, the Naga princess, who “grasped” and pulled him into the river. She held him with her hands and travelled at her will. They finally ended up in an underwater kingdom, the abode of Kourvaya. Arjun saw a sacrificial fire in the place and offered his rites in the fire. Agni was pleased with Arjun’s “unhesitating offering of oblations”.
Arjun inquires Ulupi about her background and her intention to pull him in Reptilian abode. She reveals her Reptilian lineage and admits that she had fallen in love with him. Arjun, however, declines her proposal citing his celibacy on his pilgrimage. Ulupi argues that his celibacy is limited only to Draupadi, Arjun’s first wife. After some discussions and later convinced by her argument, he marries her. A son named Iravan was born to them. Pleased by Arjun, Ulupi grants him a boon that all animals that live under water will obey him and he will be invincible under the water.
Naga princess Ulupi granted boon as she was pious – words of pious person can turn into a boon. Reptilians are not dangerous but helpful to human’s existence.
Khandav Daha Parva
In one incident Arjun caused harm to a Reptilian Aswasena and Naga was cursed by Vibhatsu for escaping deceitfully “he cannot become famous ever”.
Reptilian Aswasena, son of Chief Naga, Takshak, a powerful Naga was almost stopped by Arjun. Here one can notice that Humans control Reptilian Nagas and not otherwise.
Nala helping a cursed Naga. Karkotaka Naga was cursed by Narad for his acts. Nala relinquished curse of Karkotaka as Narad told the mighty Karkotaka that curse will end when Nala comes to meet him. Karkotaka was motionless and could not move. After Nala released him from curse, he was able to uncoil himself and make movement. Karkotaka helped Nala by biting him and changing his original form so that foes cannot recognise Nala, he also granted Nala courage to face any Reptilian race “You have no fear from enemy animals with fangs.”
A sin-destroying tirtha is known by the name of Vitasta, is situated in the country of the Kasmiras (Kashmir) and is the abode of the Naga Takshak, Chief of Reptilian Nagas. Bathing there, a man obtains the fruit of the Vajapeya sacrifice, and his soul is cleansed from every sin, he attains to a high state of blessedness.
Here it is clearly observed that opulence of Naga city is filled with piousness and blessings of God. Not negative energy as proposed by Conspiracy Theorists in their lectures and books.
Sarpadevi is another tirtha of the Nagas, one obtains the blessings of the Agnishtoma sacrifice and attains the region of the Nagas.
There is no single incidence in any of the ancient texts to convey that Reptilians are against Humans or working to annihilate existence of human race. The concept of villainous Reptilian Nagas serves the purpose of Conspiracy Theorists as they can easily sell books, videos and seminar tickets instigating fear among curious and anxious people. The scam is not stopping soon until awareness is spread among followers of Conspiracy Theorists.
*Annexure 700 Reptilian Names/Generations
700+ Names of Nagas as said by Brhadasva
Nila, the king of the Nagas, Vasuki, Upataksaka, the two Nagas Kambala and Asvatara, (the two Nagas) Karkotaka and Dhanahjaya,
916. Ailapatra, Ananta, the Nagas Nanda and Upanandaka, Kulika, Svetasankha, Palasa, Khedima, Badi.
917. Helihala, Sankhapala, the two Nagas Candana and Nandana, the two Nagas Nila and Mahanila, the two Nagas Vatika and Sandika,
918. Two Padmas, two Mahapadmas, two Kalas, two Kacchapas, two Samudras, two Samudranas, two Gajas, two Taksakas,
919. Two Nagas named Hastikarna, two Hastis, two Vamanas, Mahisas, two Varahas, two Nagas named Kupana,
920. Paniya, Anika, Kanakaksa, Kalinkaka, Arjuna, Pundarika, Dhanada, Nadakubara,
921. Kheda, Sapala, Kherisa, Lahura, Ledira, Kheda, Pharathada, Jayanta, Tvausama,
922. Two Sudanas, Suparsva, Sunasa, Pancahastaka, Pradyumna, Andhaka, Sambhu, Salva, Mulesvara, Ghasa,
923. Ugola, Sahunimadhya the two Nagas Gandhila and Picchala, Svadhada, Musakada, Pisitada, Ghatodana,
924. Narayana, Aniruddha, Vasudeva, Jalandhama, Patra, Manasa, Uttaramanasa,
925. Amanasa, Kapah, Sankarsana, Satacara, Khilecara, Rohinyakhya, Saktika,
926. Akhuphala, Phalapha, the Naga Kanasara, Susrava, Devapala, the Naga-chief Balahaka.
927. two Nagas Candra and Surya, (two Nagas) Suci and Sukla, Viduratha, Phelada, Sukumara, Khidiva, Vijaya, Jaya,
928. Uduca, Krophana, Vayu, Sukra, Vaisravana, Apama, Mandukanasa, Gandhara, the Naga Surparki, Dhvani,
929. Samana, Lolabha, Bhadra, Bindu, Bindusara, Nada, Tittiri, Prastabhadra, the Naga Grahapati,
930. Aparajita, Pandita, Kopati, Durjaya, Astaka, the Naga Himasara, the Naga Phalasara, Para,
931. The Naga Agrasara, the Naga Nilasara, Viha, Asulaksa, Aksipala, Prahlada, Yamaka,
932. Anista, Sumukha, Veda, Khadgapuccha, Vibhlsana, Mauhurtika, Priyasvami, Kumara, another Candanopama,
933. Kapala, Caranasanda, the Naga Puranaka, Kadamba, Apada, Vali, Vibhuti, Kalakunjara,
934. Dava, Cakradhara, Svabhra, Bhava, Deharaka, Guda, Andha, Pangu, Kusthi, Kana, Badhira, Vanthaka,
935. Anagapada, Kitava, Sukara, Prasava, Utkara, Sadhiya, Satapada, Yoga, Satamukha, Druha,
936. Atinidra, Atibahubhuk, Bindunada, Sirojada, Kamaraksa, Visalaksa, Suvartaksa, Bhayanaka,
937. Bhuvira, Dharmalavanya, Daityaraja, Sadangula, Gandharva, Dhrtarastra, Kusuma, Kuhara, Kuha,
938. Mahaksa, Vadhusa, Kadusa, Deva, Danava, Naksatra, Masaka, Pita, Gautama, Susubha, Jiha,
939. Svarga, Sikharavasi, Srivasa, Sridhara, Khaga, Langali, Balabhadra, Svarupa, Pancahastaka.
940. Kamarupa, Darikarna, Saptasirsa, Balahara, Sunetra, Bahunetra, Hanuman, Angada, Hara,
941. Habaka, Pathara, Patha, Mala, Vimalaka, Mata, the Naga Satamukha, Citrasva, Dadhivabana,
942. Susima, Kaliya, Kala, Patana, Khadira, Atri, Savala, Varnaka, Lalana.
943. Heliyara, Hemiyara, Valira, Keluka, Nimi, Catara Lelihana, Pancasya, Pingalodara,
944. Krta, Treta, Dvapara, Sama, Samvatsara, Khalvata, Bahuroma, Kapoti, Puspasahvayi,
945, Rastresvara, Siniri, Satananda, Atikopana, Ananda Jayananda, Trisirsa, Jatila,
946. Gandha, Soma, Gargya, Initi, Saniti, Airavata, Kauravya, Masada, Kumudaprabha,
947. Havotsava, Satha, Sanya, Sgatrughna, Rama, Laksmana, Mahadeva, Kamapala, Gosira, Yudhisthira,
948. Danga, Bhuya, Visakha, Soma, Reva, Mahodara, Makara, Makaraksa, Nadbala, Balavan, Sikhi,
949. Candapatanaka, Kaka, Kebuka, Brahmanaprlya, Karavira, Jarasandha, Nisacara, Divacara,
950. Patanjali, Vatsa, Mathara, Vithara, Vida, Hocara, Karavala, Tapanogha, Siras,
951. Karkara, Karavata, Varaghosa, Sumangala, Gullaka, Sambhara, Sami, Paya, Mahanihasaja,
952. Karahala, Kusuratra, Dhaumya, Galava, Ukhola, Sikhola, Vahnirupa, Hiranyaya,
953. Satyakula, Kulusa, Krpana, Kutaka, Hari, Kimuda, Salabha, Kimsuka, Priyasaraka,
954. Marakula, Abhrasikhara, Vasistha, Savanamukha, two Nagas Raja and Maharaja, Subhadra, Bhadravalisa,
955. two Nagas Vira and Brahmaana, two Nagas Sarasa and Pukkaka, Dakkaka, Cakka, Gosa, Vamsanaga,
956. Vidyadhara, Yaksa, Virasa, Sasyavardhana, Bhadrasva, Gajanetra, Kanara, Kumuda,
957. Anaka, Kanava, Camba, Sanda, Marka, Giripriya, Ugrayudha, Abhimanyu, Amara, Amrtasana,
958. Ajakarna, Gonasa, Sagala valakanana, Brahmana, Ksatriya, Vaisya, Sudra, Dipta, Vihangama,
959. Sankhaksa, Kamalaksa, Maninaga, Bahecaka, Jayanta, Kopana, Visva, Sakhamukha, Suvarcala,
960. Guha, Sumali, Mali, Malyavan, Anrta, Para, Ksattra, Mabyanaka, Bhisma, Kasmira, Madhu, Valisa,
961. Bhimaksa, Bhimanada, two Nagas Halusa and Kalusa, Mahendra, Indra, Sudhama, Saliya, Maliya,
962. Sahasradhara, Dyutiman, Vibhuti, Kavad Asvara, Savala, Bahurupa, Bhadrasva, Uttariyasa,
963. Manikantha, Kalola, Suravala, Nupura, Kusakunda, Atulyasa, Ata, Svabhra, Vitarana,
964. Aravinda, Kalhara, Binduman, Dramita, Vata two Sagaras, two Gangas, Vaitasta, two Yamunas,
965. Citra, Upacitra, Surabhi, Bhutalacari, Ambaracari Upacitra, Kankata, two Nagas Narada and Parvata,
966. Visvavasu, Parijata, Gallulullo, Jalalusa, Maksikasvami, Bhurjila, Cikura,
967. Akadra, Bahukesa, Kesapingala, Dhusara, Lambakarna, Gandala, Naga Srimadhaka,
968. Avartaksa, Candrasara, Karhasura, Lambaka, Caturveda, three Puskaras,
969. Aksotanaga, Tanka, Syena, Vattila, Kacara, Ksirakumbha, Nikumbha, Vikumbha, Samarapriya,
970. Elighana, Vighana, Canda, Bhogi, Jvaranvita, Bhoga, Bhargavata, Raudra, Rudra, Bhojaka, Dehila,
971. Rohina, Bharadvaja, Dadhinakra, Pratardana, two Nagas Januva and Reva, Satru, Mitra, Kardama,
972. Panka, Kindama, Ramhha, Bahubhoga, Bahudara, Matsya, Bhita, Bahutsaha, Karadi, Vinatapriya,
973. Tamrakara, Rajata, Vanamah, Bhavaka, the Naga Jyotisyaka, Vedya, Dhaurasara, Janardana,
974. Nyagrodha, Dambara, Asvattha, Balipuspa, Balipriya, Angaraka, Sanaiscari, the Naga Kunjaraka, Budha,
975. Kali, Grtsa, Kutilaka, two Nagas Rahu and Brhaspati, Cauraka, Taskara, Kelu, and two Nagas Suta and Paurogava,
976. Ajakarna, Asvakarna, Vidyunmali, Darimukha, Orana, Rocana, Hasi, Nartana, Gayana,
977. Kambhata, Subhata, Bahuputra, Nisacara, Mayura, Kokila, Trata, Malaya, Yavanapriya,
978. Kotapala, Mahipala, Gopala, Patalasuci, Rajadhiraja, Vinata, Svarga, Vimalaka, Mani,
979. Cakrahasta, Gadahasta, Suli, Pasi, Saga, the Naga Citrakara, Vatsa, Bakapati,
980. Sitarta, Yavamali, Ravana, Raksasakrti, Yajva, Data, Hota Bhokta and Bhogapati.