Our Three Brains – The Reptilian Brain | Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)

The link is below and fascinating.

Almost everything humans are is Reptilian, to this day. The Red Serpent is represented by the amino acid Serine. L-serine is an amino acid essential for the synthesis of phosphatidylserine, which is a component of the membrane of brain cells (i.e., neurons). It can be produced in the body, including the brain, but an external supply from the diet is essential in maintaining necessary levels. It is an amazing fact given how strongly averse we are to the Reptilian E.T. now, that this brain and its neccessary A.A. loom large in our survival. It is our limbic brain.

The current species of E.T Reptilian, at some point, in order to be very dominant militarily, genetically modified themselves too far with A.I. All the disclosure folks say that is the case. Although it is not wished for, it is possible their species may go extinct which is why they’ve been predators of human DNA. They need it. We have something they don’t. I’m going to guess the acids; Yellow Human Glutamic Acid and White Dog Aspartic Acid. I can just feel it. And they are missing those attributes.

They became dominant all right and convinced some humans it’s a good way to go in order to take over planets and make slaves of everyone. They have done it on earth especially through World Wars but also Mars.

Having a soul and heart is a hindrance when you have to kill your enemies and subdue smart women. And here is where we find ourselves right at this moment in evolution.

“Our Three Brains – The Reptilian Brain | Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF)” https://www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/our-three-brains-the-reptilian-brain

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