Head of Repto Sapien god on Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan.
Head of Repto Sapien. Same variety as shown in paintings eating human body parts and hearts.
Quetzlcoatl, Repto Sapien god of the Maya.
Statue of Repto Sapien god from ancient Sumer.
On display in The British Museum.
Dr. Jack Sarfatti and Francis Ford Coppola.
Mars Pyramid City
Antennae similar to Repto Sapien headgear antennae seen in Mayan paintings.
Arrowhead shaped craft. This may be one of ours.
Uri Geller and Dr. Jack Sarfatti. They were both abducted as children.
Warning book cover
Mayan statue of Repto Sapien god eating a baby.
A Repto Sapien god dines on his favorite food, human hearts.
NASA radar coutour image of pyramid city complex on Mars.
Dr. Jack Sarfatti
A Repto Sapien god is caught “red handed.” The diet of Central American tribes consisted of maize (Indian corn), kidney and lima beans, chilis, tomatoes, potatoes and sweet potatoes, pineapples, strawberries, peanuts, avocado pears, cassava, squash, pumpkins, gourds, persimmons, and cacao. This diet provided adequate vitamins and minerals. The Indian artist painted this picture during the reign of the Repto Sapiens, making it very clear that the humans all dined on yellow peppers, while the Repto Sapien ate human body parts. The Repto Sapien is seen with blood on the claws of both hands and his right foot. The humans have no blood on their hands, and are only eating vegetables that cannot be mistaken for human body parts.
Repto Sapien crewman onboard craft that abducted two men in Florida.
Repto Sapiens on small craft used for abducting humans and cattle.