It turns out that, according to the CIA, President Rodrigo Duterte is dead. He died of cancer and the person walking around and is now the President of the Philippines is an impostor. An alien humanoid lizard pretender.
This information was blasted over social media on Sunday (November 11th) by Marlene Aguilar, OOTW raconteur, author, sister of OPM folk-rock legend Freddie Aguilar and.. wait. How do we wrap our minds around who she is?
Read Aguilar’s FB post for yourself. She’s the only person on the planet who can talk about this.
Is it true that the person we now see as President Duterte is really a “reptoid alien”? Has he gone from President Duterte to Predator Duterte? You have to admit there’s a slight resemblance.
A 2015 report on Abs-Cbn News Online by Inday Espina Varona described Aguilar as a “an art collector, gallery owner, and book publisher with a mysterious past.”
Whatever her past is, it’s not as significant as her future: it will affect all of us. Marlene Aguilar’s website (marleneaguilar.com) quotes two Buddhist geomancers who describe her thus:
“Marlene gives the blood of life to those close to her. She gives them life they have never known. This is her role for the people of the Philippines. She will free her people from ignorance and ease their pain and suffering.
“She is not human like the rest of us. I believe she is one of the Buddhist saints reincarnated. She will sacrifice herself for mankind. And from the lowest to the highest places, men shall bow their heads in honor of her name.”
Buddhist geomancer, palmist, psychic
And the other waxes equally lyrical and hyperbolic:
“From the ruins of despair and destruction, Marlene will unite her people
and create a golden era in the Philippines. She will become an icon of hope and peace
to her people. The world will know her and learn to love her. She will be immortalized.”
Buddhist geomancer, clairvoyant
Apparently, not only does Aguilar have contacts at the CIA, she’s also a Buddhist saint with a messianic destiny about to unfold in the Philippines.
The notion that our world is being controlled by reptilian humanoid aliens is not new. Some attribute the idea to Robert E. Howard, an American writer who was one of the pioneers in the Sword and Sorcery sub-genre of Fantasy literature. Two of Howard’s most famous characters, “Conan the Barbarian” and “Kull the Conqueror”, fought against “serpent kings” that were humanoid reptiles.
In 1983, a science fiction TV series called “V” aired to much acclaim and high ratings. The plot involved aliens who visit Earth promising to share their advanced technology to the human race. In return, they simply want to partake of some of the planet’s resources.
It’s later discovered, however, that the aliens—who look human—are actually humanoid lizards who wear very realistic masks and body suits to hide their true appearance. Their real intentions are also revealed to be sinister: they are replacing the leaders of the world with either fellow alien reptiles, or with humans subjected to “conversion” (mind control) for the purpose of taking over the planet.
This TV series was successfully re-made in 2009 with a positive response from viewers and critics, although it was cancelled only after two seasons (Suspicious?).
The man widely regarded as the one who popularized the reptoid alien conspiracy theory is David Icke. He’s a former BBC sports journalist who continues to broadcast his ideas through his website. Back in 1998, Icke began to discuss his theory to whomever would listen. According to The Guardian, millions of people in the US and Britain believe Icke.
Icke said that he interviewed CIA sources and people who have seen reptoid aliens shape-shift from human-to-alien-to-human again.
What do we do now?
Many people, especially Duterte supporters, have mocked Aguilar’s bizarre claims. Maybe we should all just have a laugh over that. Musician, singer, and humorist Weird Al Yankovic certainly took that road when he made a music video about conspiracy theories, titled “Foil” (a spoof of the song “Royal”). Watch it at your own risk.
Still. Even if Marlene Aguilar is telling the truth, how bad could it get? If our President is now a reptilian humanoid alien, things won’t necessarily get worse (or better) than they already are. We just have to wonder: Are Mocha, RJ Nieto, and Sass Sasot aliens as well?
Is House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez an animal-alien hybrid—which could explain why he’s such a rabid (haha) Duterte supporter?
Only Marlene knows. It might be a good idea to start following her posts from now on.