The Children of Agni

Here in this Chapter, we will start learning about the "Reptilians", and there "true" despictions compared to the Media standards. 

Now, I have stated before that there are different groups of Extraterrestrials, and how they have their different influences on Earth and Religion. But after understanding the supposed "reptilians" that is spouted throughout the UFO theology, shows that there is a lot of disinformation.

Now, in the Chapter "Galactic Warfare", I have stated with proof that the Sons of God are not those supposed scaly reptilians, but are the Black Gods that have intervened with the state of mankind, thus why all the religions are based from them.

This becomes a fact, as sources like Godfrey Higgins' Book "The Anacalypsis", all confirms that these Gods have always been depicted with Black skin, and not the scaly humanoid types. The serpent symbolism pertains to the worship of the God of the Christians called "Dagon".

I have stated throughout the Chapters, that the very God of the Pillar that Jacob had erected the pillar, is based on the God called Dagon. And that these pillars have nothing to do with the God of fire in the Bible, who vehemently states to destroy these things.

This (again) becomes a fact, and why the pillar is shown throughout the whole world, leading to the worship of the dying and rising God Dagon. The works of Howard P. Lovecraft has shown what the story of Dagon is based on, as it's basically an esoteric message behind what kind of God is being worshiped. This Chapter will be going further into the different "water spirits" that roamed the Earth, and how they are some of the monsters that Azazil (AGNI) had to fight against. 

So, with that said, let's talk about the apparent Reptilian sightings, and connect them to the water spirits. 

Now, when I started to learn about the Reptilian sightings, I usually hear these stories from the white majority, until I came across this segment of a Black woman in the 1950s, having to sight an actual reptilian being.

Now, this is based on a true story from an account of someone's Aunt, who had stated that in the 1950s, she was awoken by strange lights coming through her bedroom. She grabs her shotgun, then goes out of her house only to see a creature coming from her pond. The lady's Aunt was said to have a big property, and that her pond was not a small sized pond, but around the size of a small lake.

She states that she saw the creature coming towards her, and that she told it to stop, but it kept going until she shot it. Her husband is awaken to find that her wife had shot this creature, to which bled green blood. Then states that they later bury it somewhere, but never to speak about it to anyone (until she told her niece).

Then a few months later, she states that there were lights again coming through their window, and they saw that there were more of those creatures. She thought that they were coming out for revenge, but instead sees that they had found the burial place of the creature, and brought out his body from the ground. Then she states that they also brought out the creatures ship, to which was located under their pond. Till then the Aunt always states that she always carries her shotgun, just in case they come around again. 

Based from this story was always fascinating to learn that a black couple in the 1950s, had encountered a strange looking reptilian creature. But when coming back around the interview again, I have noticed that the Aunt had described the creature as looking like a "frogman", to which seems interesting. Although, the man interviewing the Niece based on her Aunt's encounter, says it's a "reptilian", I however, see that it not exactly a reptilian, but the amphibian creatures connecting to the "Merbeings" of the waters. This will connect to the "Book of Dzyan", as the Gods had battled against the different strange creatures that existed before mankind was created. Let's connect the dots to the next segment (See "Galactic Warfare 3").

Now, based from the website "2strangefacts.com" states this: THE TRUE STORY AND MYSTERY OF LIZARD MAN OF SCAPE ORE SWAMP:

"The Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp (also known as the Lizard Man of Lee County) is a reptilian humanoid cryptid which is said to inhabit areas of swampland in and around Lee County, South Carolina along with the sewers in towns near the swamp. First sighting The first reported sighting of the horrifying lizard creature was made by Christopher Davis, a 17-year-old local, who said he encountered the creature while driving home from work at 2 AM on June 29, 1988."

"According to his account, Davis stopped on a road bordering Scape Ore Swamp in order to change a tire which had blown out. When he was finishing up he reported having heard a thumping noise from behind him and having turned around to see a large 7 foot tall creature running towards him."

"Davis said the creature tried to grab at the car and then jumped on its roof as he tried to escape, clinging on to it as Davis swerved from side to side in an effort to throw it off. After he returned home, Davis’ side-view-mirror was found to be badly damaged, and scratch marks were found on the car’s roof, though there was no other physical evidence of his encounter."

"Prior to Chris Davis coming forward to report his encounter, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office was called to the scene of a strange instance of vehicle damage. On the morning of July 14, 1988, deputies made their way to the residence, which was located in a small rural community known as Browntown on the outskirts of Bishopville, South Carolina."

"When they arrived, homeowners Tom and Mary Waye showed them the vehicle in question. Police found that the chrome molding had been torn away from the fenders, the sidewalls were scratched and dented, the hood ornament was broken, the antenna was bent, and even some wires from the motor had been ripped out."

"Upon closer inspection, it appeared that parts of the molding had actually been chewed, as if an animal had used its teeth to inflict the damage. To further support the animal theory, the Wayes pointed out clumps of reddish colored hair and muddy footprints that had been left all over the car."

"While Sheriff Truesdale was investigating the car, locals informed him there might yet be another, more bizarre possibility. “While we were there looking over this situation, we learned that people in the Browntown community had been seeing a strange creature about seven feet tall with red eyes,” Truesdale told us. “Some of them described it as green, but some of them as brown. They thought it might be responsible for what happened."

"In the month that followed the Davis sighting there were several further reports of a large lizard like creature, and of unusual scratches and bite marks found on cars parked close to the swamp. Most of these are said to have occurred within a 3-mile (5 km) radius of the swamps of Bishopville. Two weeks after the Davis sighting, the sheriff’s department made several plaster casts of what appeared to be three-toed footprints – measuring some 14 inches (36 cm) in length – but decided against sending them on to the FBI for further analysis after biologists advised them that they were unclassifiable."

"On July 30, 1990, Bertha Blythers and her five children witnessed a strange creature near Scape Ore Swamp as they drove home from a restaurant in Bishopville. At approximately 10:30 p.m., they crossed over the interstate and were nearing the intersection of Hickory Hill Road when suddenly a large figure appeared out of nowhere and lunged toward the passenger side of the car. In a statement given to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, Bertha described the creature as being tall, wide, and having “two arms like a human.”

"She could only see it from the waist up, but there was no question that it was “big.” She was not able to make out any clear facial details in the short time it was in front of her, but she was quite sure the body was covered in brown hair. “I never seen anything like it before,” she told the police. “It wasn’t a deer or a bear. It was definitely not a person either."

"In February 2008, a couple in Bishopville, South Carolina, Bob and Dixie Rawson, reported strange damage to their vehicle, traces of blood, and the disappearance of some of their cats. Based on how the damage looks, some have claimed that this is the “return” of the Lizard Man In 2011, Bishopville, South Carolina residents, Leon and Ada Marshall, reported that their car had been mauled by some kind of animal."

"Former Lee County Sheriff stated that the damage on the car looks much like the damage from earlier incidents. Deputy Fletcher Williams inspected the car and surmised that teeth were responsible for the damage, as if the car had been “chewed up.” To further suggest that an animal had been the vandal, a clear trail of saliva was visible from “the front passenger door across the front of the vehicle to the driver door” and on the discarded strips of bumper material. He also found long white and brown hairs."

By the way, the last report was based on a hoax, as someone was clearly wearing a suit. 

Now, I would hear and read about these accounts reptilians eating children, to raping people etc. People will state that much of the information was based on David Icke for the most part, but after listening to an interview from Jordan Maxwell, he stated that he was the one who told Icke about these strange phenomenon of reptile aliens living underground. And based from Jordan's account, he was told this in 1950 from the father of his "alien" girlfriend. 

But when I would look online, I would hear from people like Alex Collier, to David Wilcox, explaining how the Reptilians would eat people and how they the people these religions. But I was not convinced at this point, because of the large disinformation that occurrs throughout the media. 

Of course, I would look up Movies based on the reptilians or a reptilian like entity, and how it's portrayed, but I would see their versions of these beings. I wanted to know what they really are based on, aside from the Black Gods to which are called the "Sons of God".

Then I came across this Youtuber called "Thunderwizarddotcom", and how he had stated of encountering an reptilian creature. Based from his experienced, he had stated that when he was 5 years old, he and his friend was playing a game at his friend's backyard. He stated when he went around the garbage cans, and saw a creature coming out ground was this dark scaly reptilian being. He states that this being was coming up out of the ground, like as if he was on an elevator. Apparently, as a child, he didn't know what to think of it, so he ran, and told his friend to not go over there because there is a monster there (though his friend believed that he was playing the game still). He describes this creature to looking like the monster from "Creature of the Black Lagoon". 

Now, whether people want to take this with a grain of salt is up to them, but this is the second account of someone stating that these creatures would look like something "amphibian". Let's see the plot of this classic movie, and connect to the other movies and their significant symbolism. Based from the wiki states this:

"A geology expedition in the Amazon uncovers fossilized evidence (a skeletal hand with webbed fingers) from the Devonian period that provides a direct link between land and sea animals. Expedition leader Dr. Carl Maia orders his two assistants to stay in camp while he visits the marine biology institute. Carl reunites with his friend and former student, ichthyologist Dr. David Reed. David works at an aquarium in California, but more recently, he has been a guest at Carl's institute in Brazil to study lungfish."

"David persuades his boss, the financially minded Dr. Mark Williams, to fund a return expedition to the Amazon to look for the remainder of the skeleton. Soon after Carl leaves camp, a piscine amphibious humanoid, a living member of the same species from which the fossil originated, becomes curious about the expedition's camp."

"When its sudden appearance frightens the assistants, they panic and attack, and in response, the enraged Creature kills them both. The group goes aboard the tramp steamer Rita, captained by crusty Lucas. The expedition consists of David; Carl; Mark; David's girlfriend and colleague Kay Lawrence; and another scientist, Dr. Edwin Thompson. When they arrive at the camp, they discover Carl's assistants have been killed while he was away. Lucas suggests it was likely done by a jaguar, but the others are unsure. A further excavation of the area where Carl found the fossil turns up nothing."

"Mark is ready to give up the search, but David suggests that perhaps thousands of years ago, the part of the embankment containing the rest of the skeleton fell into the water and was washed downriver, broken up by the current. Carl says the tributary empties into a lagoon. Lucas calls it the "Black Lagoon", a paradise from which no one has ever returned. The scientists decide to risk it, unaware that the amphibious "Gill-man" that killed Carl's assistants has been watching them."

"Taking notice of the beautiful Kay, the creature follows the Rita all the way downriver to the Black Lagoon. Once the expedition arrives, David and Mark go diving to collect rock samples from the lagoon floor. After they return, Kay goes swimming and is stalked underwater by the Gill-man, who then gets briefly caught in one of the ship's drag lines."

"Although it escapes, the Creature leaves a claw behind in the net, revealing its existence. Subsequent encounters with the Gill-man claim the lives of Lucas's crew members, before the Creature is captured and locked in a cage aboard the Rita."

"It escapes during the night, attacking Edwin, who was guarding it. Kay smashes the Creature with a lantern, driving it off, but Edwin is severely injured. Following this incident, David decides they should return to civilization. Mark, who is obsessed with capturing (or killing) the Creature, objects. As the Rita tries to leave, they find the Gill-man has blocked the lagoon's entrance with fallen logs."

"While the others attempt to remove the logs, Mark is mauled to death while trying to capture the Creature single-handed underwater. The Gill-man then abducts Kay and takes her to its cavern lair. David, Lucas, and Carl chase after the Creature, and Kay is ultimately rescued. The Creature is riddled with bullets before retreating to the lagoon, where its body sinks into the watery depths."

Then from the wiki states from the movie "Leviathan": "Miss Martin, the CEO of Tri-Oceanic Corp., hires geologist Steven Beck to supervise an undersea mining operation for three months. The crew consists of members Dr. Glen 'Doc' Thompson, Elizabeth 'Willie' Williams, Buzz 'Sixpack' Parrish, Justin Jones, Tony DeJesus Rodero, Bridget Bowman and G.P. Cobb. While working outside their deep sea station in a pressure suit, Sixpack discovers a Soviet shipwreck, Leviathan."

"The crew salvage a safe from Leviathan, finding records detailing the deaths of several crew members as well as a video log from the captain. Sixpack also finds a flask of vodka which he shares with Bowman. Doc and Beck review the captain's video, which describes puzzling medical problems amongst his crew. They also discover that Leviathan was scuttled. The following morning, Sixpack feels sick and Doc discovers lesions along his back."

"He dies a few hours later, but Doc and Beck keep it quiet to avoid a panic. Doc checks the crew to confirm no one else is sick, but does not have the chance to examine Bowman. While Beck and Doc confer with Martin on the surface, Bowman begins feeling ill. She finds Sixpack's corpse, which is mutating and growing. When Bowman's hair starts falling out, she realizes the same thing is happening to her. Beck and Doc request emergency evacuation, but Martin reports a severe storm on the surface that will delay evacuation for 12 hours. Doc finds that Bowman killed herself. Her body is taken to sickbay, where it merges with Sixpack's. When the crew discovers the mutating bodies, they decide to dump both of them in the ocean. As they are about to "flush" the cadavers, the body bag begins squirming. Believing someone inside may be alive, the crew opens it. The creature inside claws Cobb before they eject it."

"They realize that Leviathan was experimenting on its unwitting crew with mutagens. The mutagen was mixed with the vodka that the crew, and later Sixpack and Bowman, drank. The ship was scuttled when the experiment escaped control. A tentacle was severed when the corpses were ejected; it mutates into a lamprey-like creature that attacks DeJesus in the kitchen. Jones seals the kitchen's pressure doors and goes for help."

"He asks Cobb to watch the door, but when he searches for a weapon, the creature assimilates DeJesus and rips its way out of the kitchen. It then grows tentacles that attack the crew. The creature attacks the medical bay, devouring blood and plasma from the cooler. This inspires Beck to use a pint of his blood to attract the beast, then attempt to flush it the same way they did with the Sixpack and Bowman creature."

"Doc ejects the escape pods so that no one can escape and risk bringing the mutagen to the surface. Beck consults with Martin for emergency evacuation. Martin assures them that they will not be left behind, but that she cannot carry out the rescue because of a hurricane. Cobb's injuries worsen, causing him to mutate and infect Doc. Williams escapes as Beck and Jones try trapping the creature."

"They escape to another part of the station. The crew tries accessing weather information through the computer, but it is blocked. Williams asks the computer for a financial report from the company and they discover that Tri-Oceanic Corporation has declared them dead, labeling it an accident."

"The creature damages vital systems, causing the pressure to drop and an implosion to occur. They decide to use their dive suits to escape. The creature attacks them, but is crushed by the lift as Beck escapes. They make it to the surface, which is calm and sunny. As they are met by a Coast Guard helicopter, the mutant surfaces nearby and tries to take Jones."

"He keeps it from escaping at the cost of his own life, and Beck throws a demolition charge into the creature's mouth, causing it to explode. After they are dropped off on a Tri-Oceanic oil drilling platform, the two survivors are greeted by Martin. Martin tells them she believed they would make it, smiling insincerely and asking how Beck feels. Beck punches Martin in the face, knocking her out, and then answers her question by saying "Better. A lot better."

Then there is the show "Thundercats", to which details their enemies consisting of "Mumm-Ra" and his minions, to having a war against the protagonist. Here details some interesting connections, but first let's see the "fandom" wiki on the minion called "Slithe":

"Slithe is the leader of the lizardmen and the first general of Mumm-Ra's army. In the first episode, he uses a Trojan horse-type trick to get inside Thundera and is seen helping to plant explosives inside the castle. He is based on the 1980s character of the same name."

"Slithe is a powerful and merciless lizard general. He holds back nothing when in battle and is willing to give up some of his men to get his prize. Lately Slithe has shown a more traitorous side. In "Between Brothers" Grune suggested that their army should attack the portal to the Astral Plain, and leave Mumm-Ra trapped inside. At first Slithe seemed to argue that Mumm-Ra was too dangerous to cross, then he quickly agreed with him and ordered his men to destroy the hut."

"His appearance is very similar to his original series design. But differences show he is overweight and has more bluish-green skin, golden yellow eyes surrounded with dark circles, the lower part of his nose is the same color of his underside, lacks canine teeth, and his amulet is now red instead of yellow with eye sockets and horns that curve downward."

"Not much is known about Slithe's past, with the exception that he is the leader of the Lizards and that he holds a personal grudge against King Claudus, due to years of persecution and mistreatment by the Thunderian race. Over time, Slithe sought for power."

"After the return of Mumm-Ra, who allied himself with Grune, Slithe and his race offered their servitude to him, in exchange for ultimate power and technology, in order for his kind to take revenge on the ThunderCats and Claudus for generations of persecution. Slithe and his newly formed army would plan an attack on Thundera by entering it through a Trojan horse."

"Slithe would take great delight in the fall of Thundera and shift in power as he stated "How quickly things change for the Cats, from top predator, to endagered species. In a single day!" After finally succeeding in ransacking Thundera, and killing the long hated King Claudus, Slithe and his army, under Mumm-Ra's orders, were ordered to hunt down the remaining Thunderians and the newly formed ThunderCats in order to retrieve the Sword of Omens for Mumm-Ra....."

Now, when I came across the villain called "Mumm-Ra", I started to see this particular symbol on his chest, to resemble the Caduceus symbol of Hermes. Now, after understanding the two Enochs and the two Hermes, there is one that is referred to as "Osiris", who would be the "God of the Dead". I find this quite fitting, as Mumm-Ra is depicted as a Mummy. 

It's interesting as the God of fire had to fight against these types of monsters. But it also shows that these creatures are just some of the things the Governments of the world know about, and how they use Secret Operatives to dispose of any information of the Underground dwellers. After seeing the Merbeing creature on Animal Planet, I immediately knew that someone had "coerced" the men from exposing more information, but by doing so, will bring many to the truth of what inhabits the underworld.

This is also the reason why namy of these Scientist, are diverting people from looking below the Earth, and to the stars. This is what Dennis Crenshaw had stated based from his research into the theory of "Hollow Earth", and how the American Indian tribes have their legends on coming from the underworld. There would be depictions of the "Ant people", and how they live under the Earth. 

Then based on the legends of the cannabilistic "Red-haired" Giants, to the "Dog-headed" men, the Goatmen, the men with "fish bodies", the invincible beings and other strange Entities, can interestingly fit into the "Monster Mash" theme. Even the "Lord of the Dead", Osiris can lead to "Mumm-Ra", as the character is called "the ever-living", linking to the "everlasting God". Osiris being cut up, but being put back together, would be based on the "Frankenstein's Monster" symbolism. This would be what Abraham planting a grove is based on, as this pertains to Lord of the Dead. 

Now, let's get back to the Aquatic beings to which people called them "reptilians". Based from learning about the Marvel character called "Aquaman", details that there were different races living in Atlantis. After the destruction, some retained their traditions and progressed, while others had digressed into a nefarious form. Some are shown as having "red hair", some having the bodies of fishes, and then there is a race called the "Trench", to which resembles like that to today's reptilian. 

Based from the website "aquaman.fandom", states this on the "Trench": "The Trench are a canniballistic race of ocean-dwelling creatures whom were once one of the kingdoms of Atlantis before Atlan sunk the continent, condemning them to a fate of being mutated to survive the new conditions of their dwelling."

"The Trench rise from far beneath the ocean floor in search of one thing, food. With their first attack, they demonstrate a complete lack of empathy, relying on only the primal instinct to feed, even eating their own slain brethren. All the creatures seem to be similar with the exception of the king and queen of the race."

"When the King marks it's food, the others back off. After massacring a boat and local fishing community, the police call in Aquaman and Mera to help investigate. The police divers eventually find what looks to be a cocoon in the water, which contains a dog."

"Bringing the cocoon to the surface alerts the Trench, and they attack. While fighting off the creatures' attacks, the King marks Aquaman as food to be brought back to the ocean floor, where they originated. Aquaman fiercely battles the Trench King as Mera holds off the rest. The King calls for a retreat with their captured food as they dive back into the deep. Aquaman takes one of their fallen to be further examined."

"Mera and Arthur dive into the Marianas Trench to save the townspeople. They discover a crashed Atlantean ship that had been attacked by the creatures. They also find the spawn of the Trench creatures to be sick and dying. Arthur and Mera then discover the throne room/breeding chamber where the Queen and her King are."

"The Trench creatures were just trying to gather enough food for their Queen's children. Aquaman rips off the roof of the cave containing the cocooned townspeople and heads to the surface. The Trench, their King and Queen follow them as Arthur triggers a volcanic reaction with his trident. The Trench begins to collapse as Arthur seals it with another large rock."

Interesting enough, they resemble the creatures from the movie "Underwater". Based from the Wiki states this being to be called "Chthulu":

"In the film, Cthulhu has been reinterpreted and simplified as a very large organism, and has no known supernatural powers, sapience, or extraterrestrial origins. Nor does the sight of him invoke madness and insanity in the other characters. In the plot, Cthulhu is the alpha creature to a large swarm of underwater spawns, possibly Deep Ones or Xothians, but also never named in the film. He seems to behave with normal animalistic instincts, with no true malice. He acts as a kind of guardian of the abyss."

Cthulhu appears only towards the end of the movie. He begins destroying the underwater station where the protagonists are stationed. As the huge sea creature wreaks havoc, the other creatures pursue the human survivors in escape capsules in an attempt to destroy them."

"Norah, the protagonist, feeling doomed, sacrifices herself to destroy the creatures, by increasing the energy level in the station's reactors and causing the station to meltdown, hoping the explosion would kill all creatures, including the gigantic monster that was just beginning to extricate himself from the station."

"Although the explosion successfully engulfs the creatures, allowing the escape capsules to reach the surface, news reports reveal that Tian Industries has silenced all testimony from the survivors, withheld all details of the incident, and will resume operations, foreshadowing that the company has been aware of the creatures, and will continue to pursue them."

"Due to being reinterpreted from an abstract cosmic entity to a creature with a corporeal organic form, Cthulhu can be perceived with the naked eye by humans. Cthulhu maintains most of his consistent characteristics that have become iconic among Lovecraft fans and writers. He is as large as a mountain, has a grotesque, vaguely humanoid upper body (unseen lower body), and a head with octopus-like characteristics."

"He has an elongated skull with four eyes, a chin covered with a beard of tentacles, and a jaw that displays many layers of fangs and teeth and a lower jaw that appears to split in two. He has protrusions around his body that resemble emaciated bone-like wings."

Then from this connects to the "Deep Ones". Based from the wiki states this:

"The Deep Ones are creatures in the Cthulhu Mythos of H. P. Lovecraft. The beings first appeared in Lovecraft's novella The Shadow Over Innsmouth (1931), but were already hinted at in the early short story "Dagon". The Deep Ones are a race of intelligent ocean-dwelling creatures, approximately human-shaped but with a fishy appearance."

"The females would regularly mate with voluntary human males along the coast, creating societies of hybrids. Numerous Mythos elements are associated with the Deep Ones, including the legendary town of Innsmouth, the undersea city of Y'ha-nthlei, the Esoteric Order of Dagon, and the beings known as Father Dagon and Mother Hydra. After their debut in Lovecraft's tale, the sea-dwelling creatures resurfaced in the works of other authors, especially August Derleth."

"Lovecraft provides a description of the Deep Ones in The Shadow Over Innsmouth: I think their predominant color was a greyish-green, though they had white bellies. They were mostly shiny and slippery, but the ridges of their backs were scaly. Their forms vaguely suggested the anthropoid, while their heads were the heads of fish, with prodigious bulging eyes that never closed."

"At the sides of their necks were palpitating gills, and their long paws were webbed. They hopped irregularly, sometimes on two legs and sometimes on four. I was somehow glad that they had no more than four limbs. Their croaking, baying voices, clearly used for articulate speech, held all the dark shades of expression which their staring faces lacked..."

"They were the blasphemous fish-frogs of the nameless design—living and horrible. Lovecraft describes the Deep Ones as a race of undersea-dwelling humanoids whose preferred habitat is deep in the ocean (hence their name). However, despite being primarily marine creatures, they can come to the surface and can survive on land for extended periods of time."

"All Deep Ones are immortal; none die except by accident or violence, and they can grow to massive size. They are said to serve the beings known as Father Dagon and Mother Hydra, as well as Cthulhu.They are opposed by mysterious beings known as the Old Gods, whose powerful magic can keep them in check. This detail is one of the vestigial hints that August Derleth developed as the mostly unnamed Elder Gods."

Esoteric Order of Dagon: "The Esoteric Order of Dagon was the primary religion in Innsmouth after Marsh returned from the South Seas with the dark religion circa 1838. It quickly took root due to its promises of expensive gold artifacts and fish, which were desired by the primarily-fishing town. The central beings worshipped by the Order were the Father Dagon and Mother Hydra, and, to a lesser extent, Cthulhu."

"Dagon and Hydra were seen largely as intermediaries between the various gods rather than as gods themselves. Even so, the cultists sacrificed various locals to the Deep Ones at specific times in exchange for a limitless supply of gold and fish. When they ran out of locals, they would go to other places to kidnap people to be sacrificed. Eventually, things became so bad that the US government sent the police force to apprehend Marsh and his cult."

"The Esoteric Order of Dagon (which masqueraded as the local Masonic movement) had three oaths that members had to take. The first was an oath of secrecy, the second, an oath of loyalty, and the third, an oath to marry a Deep One and bear or sire its child. Due to the latter oath, interbreeding became the norm in Innsmouth, resulting in widespread deformities and many half-breeds."

"The Esoteric Order of Dagon was seemingly destroyed when one of Obed Marsh's "lost descendants" sent the U.S. Treasury Department to seize the town. As a result, the town was more or less destroyed and the Order was thought disbanded."

Deep One hybrid: "The backstory of The Shadow over Innsmouth involves a bargain between Deep Ones and humans, in which the aquatic species provides plentiful fishing and gold in the form of strangely formed jewelry."

"In return, the land-dwellers give human sacrifices and a promise of "mixing"—the mating of humans with Deep Ones. Although the Deep One hybrid offspring are born with the appearance of a normal human being, the individual will eventually transform into a Deep One, gaining immortality—by default—only when the transformation is complete."

"The transformation usually occurs when the individual reaches middle age. As the hybrid gets older, he or she begins to acquire the so-called "Innsmouth Look" as he or she takes on more and more attributes of the Deep One race: the ears shrink, the eyes bulge and become unblinking, the head narrows and gradually goes bald, the skin becomes scabrous as it changes into scales, and the neck develops folds which later become gills."

"When the hybrid becomes too obviously non-human, it is hidden away from outsiders. Eventually, however, the hybrid will be compelled to slip into the sea to live with the Deep Ones in one of their undersea cities."

Father Dagon and Mother Hydra: "Mother Hydra and her consort Father Dagon are both Deep Ones overgrown after millennia ruling over their lesser brethren. Together with Cthulhu, they form the triad of gods worshipped by the Deep Ones (their names are inspired by Dragon, or Dagon, the Semitic fertility deity, and the Hydra of Greek mythology)."

"Mother Hydra is not to be confused with the entity in Henry Kuttner's story "Hydra". Y'ha-nthlei "Cyclopean and many-columned Y'ha-nthlei"[4] is the only Deep One city named by Lovecraft. It is described as a great undersea metropolis below Devil's Reef just off the coast of Massachusetts, near the town of Innsmouth. Its exact age is not known, but one resident is said to have lived there for 80,000 years."

"In Lovecraft's story, the U.S. government torpedoed Devil's Reef, and Y'ha-nthlei was presumed destroyed, although the ending of the story implies it survived. The name Y'ha-nthlei may have been inspired by the Lord Dunsany character "Yoharneth-Lahai", "the god of little dreams and fancies" who "sendeth little dreams out of PEGANA to please the people of Earth."

"Other authors have invented Deep One cities in other parts of the ocean, including Ahu-Y'hloa near Cornwall and G'll-Hoo, near the volcanic island of Surtsey off the coast of Iceland. Anders Fager has described the city of "Ya' Dich-Gho" as located in the Stockholm skerries. It is accidentally destroyed in 1982 during a Swedish submarine-hunt."

"At least two surviving Deep Ones live in Stockholm. One of them sells aquarist's supplies. The destruction of Ya' Dich-Gho is described in "When Death Came to Bod Reef"; the city's history in "Herr Goering's Artefact" and the life of the survivors in "Three Weeks of Bliss".

Based from the website "villains.fandom.com" states this: "I think their predominant color was a grayish-green, though they had white bellies. They were mostly shiny and slippery, but the ridges of their backs were scaly. Their forms vaguely suggested the anthropoid, while their heads were the heads of fish, with prodigious bulging eyes that never closed."

"At the sides of their necks were palpitating gills, and their long paws were webbed. They hopped irregularly, sometimes on two legs and sometimes on four. I was somehow glad that they had no more than four limbs. Their croaking, baying voices, clearly used for articulate speech, held all the dark shades of expression which their staring faces lacked ... They were the blasphemous fish-frogs of the nameless design - living and horrible. Description of Deep Ones."

"The Deep Ones, also known as Merrow, are arguably one of Lovecraft's most iconic monsters next to the legendary Cthulhu and have inspired innumerable parodies, rip-offs and homages in almost all forms of media imaginable."

"They are semiaquatic beasts under the command of Dagon and Mother Hydra, two ancient, oldest Deep Ones and lesser Elder-Things who are also worshiped by the dangerous religious cult known as the Esoteric Order of Dagon, and their sinister worship of the Great Old Ones often puts them at odds with humanity: however, these devious and manipulative creatures have a liking of interbreeding with humanity to produce monstrous offspring that will grow more and more alien as they grow older until eventually they return to the ocean to be with their own kind."

"Through millennia humanity had advanced so much in terms of civilization that they can match Deep Ones in terms of firepower on even terms. So rather than confronting humanity outright, Deep Ones decided to conquer humanity with more subtle approach: infiltrating into human society and create hybrid races who would in time become Deep Ones themselves and overrun humanity's population."

"And Innsmouth, was merely Deep Ones' stepping stone of their expansionist plot. Their plan seemed to be foiled by Robert Olmstead as he revealed the location of the Deep One city Y'ha-nthlei to the government in which the US Navy sent submarines to torpedo the place but failed to destroy it entirely. However, it was at least gave the human the awareness of the Deep Ones to combat them in the long term."

This Artist' depiction is interesting....

So, the stories of "Father Dagon" and "Mother Hydra", connects to the Hindu God Shiva and the Goddess Kali. It becomes evident that word "Vatica" applies to the Etruscan Goddess "Vatika", who would be known as the Black Goddess Kali. Dagon the black God has an "interesting" connection to these particular beings, but let's see what the creature called "Kappa" is about: 

"A kappa (河童, river-child)—also known as kawatarō (川太郎, "river-boy"), komahiki (駒引, horse-puller), kawatora (川虎, river-tiger) or suiko (水虎, water-tiger)–is an amphibious yōkai demon or imp found in traditional Japanese folklore. They are typically depicted as green, human-like beings with webbed hands and feet and a turtle-like carapace on their backs."

"A depression on its head, called its "dish" (sara), retains water, and if this is damaged or its liquid is lost (either through spilling or drying up), the kappa is severely weakened. The kappa are known to favor cucumbers and love to engage in sumo wrestling. They are often accused of assaulting humans in water and removing a mythical organ called the shirikodama from their victim's anus."

"The name kappa is a portmanteau of the words kawa (river) and wappa, a variant form of 童 warawa (also warabe) "child". Another translation of kappa is "water sprites". The kappa are also known regionally by at least eighty other names such as kawappa, kawako, kawatarō, gawappa, kōgo, mizushi, mizuchi, suitengu."

"Its names kawaso meaning "otter", dangame "soft-shelled turtle", and enkō "monkey" suggest its outward resemblance to these animals. The name komahiki or "steed-puller" alludes to its reputed penchant to drag away horses. The kappa has been known as kawako in Izumo (Shimane Prefecture) where Lafcadio Hearn was based, and gatarō was the familiar name of it to folklorist Kunio Yanagita from Hyogo Prefecture."

"Kappa are said to be roughly humanoid in form and about the size of a child, inhabiting the ponds and rivers of Japan. Clumsy on land, they are at home in the water, and thrive during the warm months. They are typically greenish in color (or yellow-blue), and either scaly or slimy skinned, with webbed hands and feet, and a turtle-like carapace on their back. Inhuman traits include three anuses that allow them to pass three times as much gas as humans. Despite their small stature they are physically stronger than a grown man."

"One peculiar trait is that kappa have a cavity on their head called a sara ("dish", "bowl", or "plate") that retains water or some sort of liquid, which is regarded as the source of the kappa's power or life force. This cavity must be full whenever a kappa is away from the water; if it ever dries out, or if its water is spilled, the kappa loses its power and may even die."

"The kappa are sometimes said to smell like fish, and they can swim like them. According to some accounts, kappa's arms are connected to each other through the torso and can slide from one side to the other. While they are primarily water creatures, they do on occasion venture onto land. When they do, the "dish" on their head can be covered with a metal cap for protection. A hairy kappa is called a hyōsube."

"Kappa are usually seen as mischievous troublemakers or trickster figures. Their actions range from the comparatively minor, such as looking up women's kimono if they venture too near to water, to the outright malevolent, such as drowning people and animals, kidnapping children, raping women and at times eating human flesh."

"Though sometimes menacing, it may also behave amicably towards humans. While younger kappa are frequently found in family groups, adult kappa live solitary lives. However, it is common for kappa to befriend other yōkai and sometimes even people As water monsters, kappa have been blamed for drownings, and are often said to try to lure people into water and pull them in with their great skill at wrestling."

"They are sometimes said to take their victims for the purpose of drinking their blood, eating their livers, or gaining power by taking their shirikodama (尻子玉), a mythical ball said to contain the soul, which is located inside the anus. Kappa have been used to warn children of the dangers lurking in rivers and lakes, as kappa have been often said to try to lure people to water and pull them in. Even today, signs warning about kappa appear by bodies of water in some Japanese towns and villages.

"Lafcadio Hearn wrote of a story in Kawachimura near Matsue where a horse-stealing kappa was captured and made to write a sworn statement vowing never to harm people again. In many versions the kappa is dragged by the horse to the stable where it is most vulnerable, and it is there it is forced to submit a writ of promise not to misbehave.

Based from the Hellboy Character of "Abe Sapien" details this: Fictional biography:

"Sapien began his life as Langdon Everett Caul, a Victorian scientist and businessman who became involved with the Oannes Society, an occult organization who believed in life and all knowledge having come from the sea. After retrieving a strange jellyfish-like deity from an underwater ruin, Caul and the other members performed an arcane ritual that inadvertently ended with the creature's release and Caul being turned into an ichthyo sapien."

"Believing him to be Oannes reborn, the society sealed the developing icthyo sapien's body in a tube of water in the hidden laboratory beneath a Washington, D.C.. hospital until such time as he was fully formed. Forced to abandon the site by the outbreak of the American Civil War, the Society never found occasion to return for Caul, and there he stayed until he was found by workmen in November 1978."

"With no memory of his life before, the icthyo sapien received a new name from a piece of paper attached to the tube, dated the day of Abraham Lincoln's assassination (April 14, 1865). Abe Sapien was taken to the Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (BPRD) for a grueling round of research by curious BPRD scientists and was saved from vivisection by an empathetic Hellboy."

"Thereafter, Abe entered the ranks of the BPRD as a valued field agent, embarking on his first mission with Hellboy in 1979. At Cavendish Hall, during the climax of Seed of Destruction, Sapien was possessed by the spirit of long-dead whaler Elihu Cavendish. Cavendish was a contemporary of Langdon Caul, who killed the mad monk Rasputin, foiling his plans to unleash the Ogdru Jahad to destroy the world."

"During the subsequent "Girescu affair" during Wake the Devil, Abe and a fellow agent were led into a trap which left the agent dead and Abe with a broken arm. Rasputin's vengeful spirit appeared before him and prophesied that Sapien will one day be speared to death. In Plague of Frogs, Rasputin's prediction came true when Sapien was impaled by a spear and apparently killed by one of the Ogdru Jahad's followers."

"Sapien appeared to die and had an out of body experience that brought him to his former life in antebellum America. Witnessing his past self's actions, Abe entered Caul's body prior to his transformation, creating a spiritual/mystical time loop before Abe returned to live in the present, where he made a fast recovery and began to do research into his past life. As a result, Abe learns of Edith Howard, Langdon Caul's wife, who drowned herself out of madness. She had become a specter, who was finally exorcized after she attempts to have Sapien resume his life as Caul."

"In Garden of Souls, Sapien was contacted by Panya, an ageless mummy trapped by the Oannes Society. Members of the society were sequestered away on a hidden island in Indonesia, their now-withered psychic forms contained in cyborg bodies. Aware of the imminent apocalypse, the society was determined to save at least some of mankind's spiritual essence, and were poised to use bombs to cause massive tidal waves which would devastate the southern hemisphere."

"The souls of those killed could then be harvested by the Society in vat-grown bodies made expressly for the purpose, granting them god-like powers. Horrified, Abe managed to single-handedly destroy the society and escape with Panya, and in so doing finally came to terms with the ghosts of his past; he was truly a separate identity from Langdon Caul, who would likely have agreed willingly to the society's plan. Abe has since fully returned to the BPRD and continues to be one of the most trustworthy agents."

"However, in King of Fear, Abe led a return mission into the Hyperborean underworld and was confronted by the supervillain the Black Flame, who had gathered a vast army of frogs and Hyperboreans to usher in the apocalypse."

"The Flame revealed that Abe was going to be the epicenter of this new Earth and that he was a fully evolved version of the frog monsters: one of the New Men first mentioned in Hellboy: Conqueror Worm by Rasputin. While Abe rejected the idea, many of the BPRD field agents are now wary of him, most notably Andrew Devon; in New World, there is visible tension between Devon and Abe implying that Devon thinks Abe should be much more closely monitored."

"A vision of the future in King of Fear by Liz Sherman showed that, by that time, Abe will have a more monstrous form. In Gods, Abe was shot by a psychic girl named Fénix, in whom the BPRD has shown interest. According to Professor O'Donnell, Fénix is equal to the ancient Hyperborean shamans who keep the Ogdru Hem for entering in Earth after Hyperborea's fall using the Vril energy."

"Fénix says, before shooting Abe, that she knows who he is, implying that she figured Abe's condition as an evolved form of the frog monsters. Abe is last seen in a helicopter, being treated for his bullet wounds. Devon witnesses the shooting, but lies when asked regarding it later. In Monsters, it is revealed that Abe's condition in the BPRD headquarters suddenly worsened, and, despite putting him on life support to keep his body alive, he suffered extensive brain damage."

"His doctors declared him brain dead. However, he miraculously recovered, but began mutating further: he grew taller, his limbs and neck lengthening, and his nose receded, all while he was comatose. Abe eventually awakened, discovered his transformation, and stumbled into the empty monitor room, to discover the world in apocalypse while he was out."

"Panya confronted Abe, telling him what happened and that Hellboy has died. Taking Panya's advice, Abe fled the BPRD, stealing a truck, to go out on his own and discover if he is involved in the apocalypse. Kate Corrigan, highly desiring her friend's return, sends agents to bring him home but eventually give in due to more pressing matters."

"In the Abe Sapien series, Abe traveled through the US on a quest to prove he was not part of the apocalypse and avoid the BPRD (fearing death and dissection from Devon's influence), first travelling to the Salton Sea to inspect the Ogdru Hem there, then back to Texas where he was shot and finally to the undersea temple where Langdon Caul found the relic that transformed him."

"Because of his appearance and heroism, Abe was seen as something as prophet in a growing religion humanity was creating to deal with the "Hell on Earth". Abe although was not the only one looking into his origin, Gustav Strobl was magically weakened due to the turmoil in hell caused by Hellboy and became desperate and disillusioned by the fact it was nearly the end of everything and he didn't have significant part to play."

"Sensing Abe was important, both men the Black Flame was partially telling the truth. Abe was the "Adam" of the race of man to replace the old after the apocalypse but not instrumental in it and most of all not connected to the Ogdru Jahad and the frogs."

"Abe was psychically contacted by Shonchin, who revealed that the jellyfish entity was an ancient hyperborean shaman of the right hand, who transcended to that form after being martyred by worshipers of the black goddess."

"This revelation finally confirmed to Abe that he was a gestalt of the shaman and Caul (a combination of hyperborean and man), destined to usher the next race of man, a amphibious race with a connection and innate knowledge of the Vril."

"In The Devil You Know, following the destruction of the Ogdru Hem, the apocalypse resumed after the destruction of a powerful demon when Rasputin was brought back to the physical world, revealed to have become host to the power of the destroyed Ogdru Jahad's power."

"He was confronted by Abe, Liz and the recently resurrected Hellboy in the streets of New York, where Abe was quickly killed by Rasputin breaking his back. Abe's body fell to the bottom of the river were Ichthyoplankton flowed out of a wound across his chest."

"After Hellboy killed Rasputin at the cost of his own life, his and Hecate's spirits called upon Liz to cleanse the damaged Earth of the Ogdru Jahad's corruption, releasing her full power, reducing the earths surface to a smoking cinder so Hellboy could enter Hecate (as an iron maiden) and his blood remade the world anew. Abe's spawn survived Liz's cleansing and left the sea to occupy the land where they found Liz in a hyperborean crystal."

Now, there would be plenty of movies dealing with underwater creatures in the Oceans. There is the movie "Cold Skin", detailing the mermaid beings. The movie "Sea Beast", along with "Killer fishmen". The lists goes on and on at this point, so I know these beings are what they call "Water Spirits".

Then there is the movie called "Into the Mouth of Madness", by the legendary John Carpenter. Based from the Wiki states this:

"In the Mouth of Madness is a 1994 American horror film directed and scored by John Carpenter and written by Michael De Luca. It stars Sam Neill, Julie Carmen, Jürgen Prochnow, David Warner and Charlton Heston. Neill stars as John Trent, an insurance investigator who visits a small town while looking into the disappearance of a successful author of horror novels, and begins to question his sanity as the lines between reality and fiction seem to blur."

"Informally, the film is the third installment in what Carpenter refers to as his "Apocalypse Trilogy", preceded by The Thing (1982) and Prince of Darkness (1987). In the Mouth of Madness pays tribute to the works of author H. P. Lovecraft in its exploration of insanity and its title, the latter being derived from the Lovecraft novella At the Mountains of Madness. Distributed by New Line Cinema, In the Mouth of Madness received mixed reviews upon release, but has since garnered a cult following."

"In the midst of an unspecified disaster, Dr. Wrenn visits John Trent, a patient in a psychiatric hospital, and Trent recounts his story: Trent, a freelance insurance investigator, has lunch with a colleague, the owner of an insurance company, who asks Trent to work with his largest client investigating a claim by New York-based Arcane Publishing."

"During their conversation, Trent is attacked by a man wielding an axe who, after asking him if he reads popular horror novelist Sutter Cane, is shot dead by police. The man was Cane's agent, who went insane and killed his family after reading one of Cane's books."

"Trent meets with Arcane Publishing director, Jackson Harglow, who tasks him with investigating the disappearance of Cane and recovering the manuscript for his final novel. He assigns Cane's editor, Linda Styles, to accompany him. Linda explains that Cane's stories have been known to cause disorientation, memory loss and paranoia in "less stable readers".

"Trent is skeptical, convinced the disappearance is a publicity stunt. Trent notices red lines on the covers of Cane's books, which, when aligned properly, form the outline of New Hampshire and mark a location alluded to be Hobb's End, the fictional setting for many of Cane's works."

"They set out to find the town. Linda experiences bizarre phenomena during the late night drive, and they inexplicably arrive at Hobb's End in daylight. Trent and Linda search the small town, encountering people and landmarks described as fictional in Cane's novels."

"Trent believes it all to be staged, but Linda disagrees. She admits to Trent that Arcane Publishing's claim was a stunt to promote Cane's book, but the time distortion and exact replica of Hobb's End were not part of the plan. Linda enters a church to confront Cane, who exposes her to his final novel, In the Mouth of Madness, which drives her insane; she begins embracing and kissing Cane passionately."

"A man approaches Trent in a bar and warns him to leave, then commits suicide. Outside the bar, a mob of monstrous-looking townspeople descend upon him. Trent drives away from Hobb's End, but is repeatedly teleported back to the center of town. After crashing his car, Trent awakens inside the church with Linda, where Cane explains that the public's belief in his stories freed an ancient race of monstrous beings which will reclaim the Earth."

"Cane reveals that Trent is merely one of his characters, who must follow Cane's plot and return the manuscript of In The Mouth of Madness to Arcane Publishing, furthering the end of humanity. After giving Trent the manuscript, Cane tears a giant photograph of his face open, creating a portal to the dimension of Cane's monstrous masters."

"Trent sees a long tunnel that Cane said would take him back to his world, and urges Linda to come with him. She tells him she can't, because she has already read the entire book. Trent races down the hall, with Cane's monsters close on his heels. He trips and falls, then suddenly finds himself lying on a country road, apparently back in reality."

"During his return to New York, Trent destroys the manuscript. Back at Arcane Publishing, Trent relates his experience to Harglow. Harglow claims ignorance of Linda; Trent was sent alone to find Cane, and the manuscript was delivered months earlier. In the Mouth of Madness has been on sale for weeks, with a film adaptation in post production."

"Trent encounters a reader of the newly released novel, who is bleeding from his altered eyes, and murders him with an axe, being arrested for murder and sent to the asylum. After Trent finishes telling his story, Dr. Wrenn judges it a meaningless hallucination."

"Trent wakes the following day to find the asylum abandoned. He departs as a radio announces that the world has been overrun with monstrous creatures, including mutating humans, and that outbreaks of suicide and mass murder are commonplace."

"Trent goes to see the In the Mouth of Madness film and discovers that he is the main character. As he watches his previous actions play out on screen, including a scene where he insisted to Linda "This is reality!" Trent begins laughing hysterically before breaking down crying; finally realizing he was a character in the book all along."

Based from the "Villains.fandom.com", states they are called the "Wall of Monsters":

"The Wall of Monsters are a group of minor antagonist in the 1994 horror movie In the Mouth of Madness. History The Wall of Monsters are a group of ancient evil beings who sought to enter the world once again. They found a route to reality through belief, and as such gave their stories to horror author Sutter Cane."

"Cane was able to keep the monsters at bay, keeping them behind a gigantic door in the basement of a morose church. The Door were eventually opened by Sutter Cane when he tore himself open like paper letting them into our world."

"Cane did manage to tear apart reality, seemingy banishing the monsters and placing him in the role of God. Later the reader of the new book of Cane begins to transform into the same creatures as those on the Wall of Monsters. At the end of the movie, the creatures are eventually freed and proceed to destroy humanity and rule all of the universe".

Based from the "Emerald Tablets" on the Chapter "Key of Wisdom" states this:

"Speak I of Ancient Atlantis, speak of the days of the Kingdom of Shadows, speak of the coming of the children of shadows. Out of the great deep were they called by the wisdom of earth-men, called for the purpose of gaining great power. Far in the past before Atlantis existed, men there were who delved into darkness, using dark magic, calling up beings from the great deep below us."

"Forth came they into this cycle. Formless were they of another vibration, existing unseen by the children of earth-men. Only through blood could they have formed being. Only through man could they live in the world. In ages past were they conquered by Masters, driven below to the place whence they came."

"But some there were who remained, hidden in spaces and planes unknown to man. Lived they in Atlantis as shadows, but at times they appeared among men. Aye, when the blood was offered, for they came they to dwell among men. In the form of man they amongst us, but only to sight were they as are men. Serpent-headed when the glamour was lifted but appearing to man as men among men. Crept they into the Councils, taking forms that were like unto men."

"Slaying by their arts the chiefs of the kingdoms, taking their form and ruling o'er man. Only by magic could they be discovered. Only by sound could their faces be seen. Sought they from the Kingdom of shadows to destroy man and rule in his place. But, know ye, the Masters were mighty in magic, able to lift the Veil from the face of the serpent, able to send him back to his place."

"Came they to man and taught him the secret, the WORD that only a man can pronounce. Swift then they lifted the Veil from the serpent and cast him forth from the place among men. Yet, beware, the serpent still liveth in a place that is open at times to the world. Unseen they walk among thee in places where the rites have been said. Again as time passes onward shall they take the semblance of men."

Now, I have addressed this in "Legends of Atlantis", as these Entities are shown to have serpent like features, thus connecting to the Children of the Shadows. But based upon them coming from the "Deep", details that these creatures would be the "Water Spirits" that lived before mankind existed. Those would be those "Merbeings" and other Underwater creatures, that are said to be called up through a certain sacrifice. It states through "blood", meaning through "bloodletting" or human sacrifice, can they walk among men. 

But based on this segment becomes conflicting, because the Hindu God Murugan and Shiva, is worshiped from the Devotees cutting and piercing themselves till they bleed. This is shown with some Sufi groups, Shiite Groups, and Roman Catholic worshipers, doing the same bloodletting act towards Baal and Ashtoreth. And they are shown to be Black complexioned, not in a scaly reptilian form.

It's already known that the "Emerald Tablets" is corrupted, because it appears that Thoth starts to honor the Gods Isis, Osiris, and Horus, to which are the very "Black Gods" represented with the Dragon symbolism in today's religion. So, there is some truths and lies mixed in these scripts, as it's just to further deviate the reader from the whole truth.

Now, these "Watchers" are said to have the looks of a "Dragon", and thus can connect to "God's Angels" that had went and eloped with the daughters of men. Then from there came the "Demigods", to which Godfrey Higgin's had stated are "Black in complexioned". This confirms that these are God's Angels, and that God's symbol is the "Dragon" (See "The Devas", "The Black God", and "Queen of Heaven").

Then as stated in the Chapter "The Lord of Sirius 2" and "Galactic Warfare 3", I had mentioned the Youtube Documentary called "Plausible Points for the serpent" by "Infinitefreethinker", detailing the Ancient scripts of serpent Gods mating with mankind. But based from the Documentary states then came forth the "Dasyus", to which were said to be black in complexion, having flat or wide nose, having the visage of a serpent, and were worshipers of the Pillar. This is where the term "Naga" comes into play, as they are called "Children of the Dragon". As confirmed, this group called the "Sons of God" are a different Extraterrestrial group, compared to the Underground "water spirits" that have existed before mankind was created.

Dagon is Vishnu (Shiva), and would be Osiris, the Black God leading back to Baal and Moloch. These are just their epithets throughout the world. The Goddess called Ashtoreth is Black as well, and is very much represented as the Goddess of Death Kali. However, they are also shown battling the different monsters and demons as well, and not just the God of fire. It may seem like there is a connection to these fish gods, because the people that adore their worship would commit bloodletting acts and other strange rituals, however, they are always shown as black complexioned, and not scaly looking. Based from observing the different arts, shows that they are also battling against the different monsters and other Asura groups, indicating the many different Extraterrestrial groups on Earth. 

However, just because one wins over the other groups, doesn't mean they are good at all......

Now, these beings that live below the surface world, can connect to the apparent "Titans" and other races that roamed the Earth. Perhaps there is a connection to these underground fishmen (and other types of E.T.s), and to them eating people and livestock. This is also what the Military source (UFO NATO: human mutilation cover-up, by Richard Hall) had stated on some of the Extraterrestrials as looking like Devils, and how they would find human and animal body parts in their ships. Even blood is something is very important to them, because the mutilated animals are shown as having no blood whatsoever. 

Now, when I came across the movie "Midnight Meat Train", the "Conductor" that held Bradley Cooper's character up by his neck and tore his tongue out, had detailed him some interesting clues as to what's going on. He states that these creatures have always been here, even before man existed on this Earth. This is what the other legends states of the different races in the Underworld are considered "Primordial", and are very ancient compared to today's standards. And it turns out that it was the Jinn Azazil (Agni) who slew these beings, while on Earth.

Now, even the Black Gods Kali and Murugan, are worshiped through blood letting sacrifices as well. The God Osiris who is called "The Green man" would be offered a human sacrifice, and of course, is worshiped with the "May Pole", which belongs to the pahllus of Dagon/Shiva. Even the story of Jephtah in Judges, details how he had to sacrifice his "Virgin" daughter to God, in the form of a burnt offering. So, with that said, there isn't anything new from the religious stand point (See "Saturn Rothschildia").

But let's see the wiki on this movie, and connect the dots from there: 

"The Midnight Meat Train is a 2008 American horror film based on Clive Barker's 1984 short story of the same name, which can be found in Volume One of Barker's collection Books of Blood. The film follows a photographer who attempts to track down a serial killer dubbed the "Subway Butcher", and discovers more than he bargained for under the city streets."

"The film was directed by Ryuhei Kitamura, and stars Bradley Cooper, Leslie Bibb, Brooke Shields, Roger Bart, Ted Raimi and Vinnie Jones. Its script was adapted by Jeff Buhler, the producer was Tom Rosenberg of Lakeshore Entertainment, and it was released on August 1, 2008. Producer Joe Daley, a long-time friend of Buhler's, brought the two writers together and helped develop the script, along with producers Anthony DiBlasi and Jorge Saralegui, for their and Clive Barker's production company Midnight Picture Show, which was responsible for Book of Blood, the next film adaptation from the anthology of short stories that spawned The Midnight Meat Train."

"Leon is a photographer who wants to capture unique gritty shots of the city. He is crushed when, instead of giving him his big break, gallery owner Susan criticizes him for not taking enough risks. Emboldened, he heads into the city's subway system at night, where he takes pictures of an impending sexual assault before saving the woman."

"The next day, he discovers she has gone missing. Intrigued, he investigates reports of similar disappearances. His investigation leads him to a butcher named Mahogany, who he suspects has been killing subway passengers for the past three years. Leon presents his photos to the police, but Detective Hadley disbelieves him."

"Leon's involvement quickly turns into a dark obsession, upsetting his girlfriend Maya, who is also disbelieving of his story. Leon follows Mahogany onto the last subway train of the night, only to witness a bloodbath. The butcher kills several passengers and hangs their bodies on meat hooks. After a brief scuffle with Mahogany, Leon passes out on the train. He awakes the next morning in a slaughterhouse with strange markings carved into his chest."

"A concerned Maya and her friend Jurgis examine Leon's photos of Mahogany, leading them to the killer's apartment. After breaking in, Jurgis is captured, though Maya escapes with timetables that record over a hundred years of murders on the subway. She goes to the police but finds Hadley still skeptical."

"When Hadley presses Maya to return the timetables, she demands answers. At gunpoint, Hadley directs her to take the midnight train to find Jurgis. Leon heads to a hidden subway entrance in the slaughterhouse, arming himself with several knives."

"He boards the train as Mahogany completes his nightly massacre and corners Maya. Leon attacks the murderer with a knife, and the two fight in between the swinging human flesh. Human body parts are ripped, thrown, and used as weapons. Jurgis, hung from a meat hook, dies when he is gutted."

"The train reaches its final stop, a cavernous abandoned station filled with skulls and decomposing bodies. The conductor appears, advising Leon and Maya to "step away from the meat." The true purpose of the abandoned station is revealed, as reptilian creatures enter the car and consume the bodies of the murdered passengers."

"Leon and Maya flee into the cavern. Mahogany, battered, fights to the death with Leon. After Leon stabs a broken femur through his throat, Mahogany only grins in his dying throes, saying, "Welcome!" The conductor tells Leon the creatures have lived beneath the city long before the subway was constructed, and the butcher's job is to feed them each night to keep them from attacking subway riders during the day."

"He picks up Leon, and with the same supernatural strength as the deceased butcher, rips out Leon's tongue and eats it. The conductor brings Leon's attention to Maya, who has been knocked unconscious and is lying on a pile of bones. The conductor forces Leon to watch as he cuts Maya's chest open to remove her heart."

"He says that, having killed the butcher, Leon must take his place. Detective Hadley hands the train schedule to the new butcher, who wears a ring with the symbol of the group that feeds the creatures. The killer walks onto the midnight train and reveals himself as Leon."

These 8 pointed star symbolism connects to the "gateway to Hell" in the movie "Event Horizon. Based from the Wiki states this: "In 2047, a distress signal is received from the Event Horizon, a starship that disappeared during its maiden voyage to Proxima Centauri seven years previously that has mysteriously reappeared in a decaying orbit around Neptune. The rescue vessel Lewis and Clark is dispatched."

"Its crew – Capt. Miller, second-in-command Lt. Starck, pilot Smith, medical technician Peters, engineer Ensign Justin, doctor D.J. and rescue technician Cooper – is joined by Dr. William Weir, who designed the Event Horizon. He briefs the crew on the ship's experimental gravity drive, which generates an artificial black hole and uses it to bridge two points in spacetime, reducing travel time over astronomical distances."

"The distress signal seems to consist of a series of screams and howls but D.J. believes he can discern the Latin phrase "Liberate me" ("Save me") being spoken. Upon boarding the Event Horizon, the crew finds evidence of a massacre. As they search for survivors, the ship's gravity drive activates, briefly pulling Justin into the resulting portal and causing a shock wave that damages the Lewis and Clark, forcing the entire crew to board the Event Horizon."

"Justin emerges in a catatonic state, traumatized by what he saw on the other side. He attempts suicide by decompression, but is saved by Miller, forcing the crew to place him in stasis. The team begins to experience apparitions of individuals from their past that only they can see, hallucinations corresponding to their fears and regrets: Miller sees Corrick, a subordinate he was forced to abandon to his death, Peters sees her son whom she left with her ex-husband with his legs covered in bloody lesions and Weir sees an eyeless vision of his late wife, who committed suicide, urging him to join her."

"The crew soon discover a video log of the Event Horizon's crew fornicating and mutilating each other shortly after first engaging the gravity drive. The video log ends with a shot of the Event Horizon's captain (holding out his own eyes gouged from their sockets) speaking the complete Latin phrase from the earlier distress call, which D.J. translates as "Liberate tutemet ex inferis" ("Save yourself from hell").

"Deducing that the ship's gravity drive opened a gateway to a hellish dimension outside the known universe, and that the Event Horizon has somehow attained sentience, Miller decides to destroy the Event Horizon and orders an evacuation. Peters is lured to her death by a hallucination of her son. Weir, who has gouged his own eyes out and is now possessed by the evil presence, uses an explosive device to destroy the Lewis and Clark."

"The explosion kills Smith and blasts Cooper off into space. Weir kills D.J. by vivisecting him and corners Starck on the bridge. Miller confronts Weir, who overpowers him, and initiates a 10-minute countdown until the Event Horizon will return to the other dimension by activating the gravity drive."

"Cooper, having used his space suit's oxygen supply to propel himself back to the ship, appears at the bridge window. Weir shoots at him and is blown into space by the ensuing decompression. Miller, Starck, and Cooper survive and manage to seal off the ship's bridge. With their own ship destroyed, Miller plans to split the Event Horizon in two and use the forward section of the ship as a lifeboat. He is attacked by manifestations of Corrick which turns out to be the resurrected Dr. Weir. Miller fights him off and detonates the explosives, sacrificing himself."

"The gravity drive activates, pulling the ship's stern section into a black hole. Starck and Cooper enter stasis beside a comatose Justin and wait to be rescued. Seventy-two days later, the wreckage of the Event Horizon is boarded by a rescue party, who discover the remaining crew still in stasis."

"Starck sees Weir posing as one of the rescuers and screams in terror; this is revealed to be a nightmare with Starck waking up moments later. Cooper and the rescue team comfort the newly awakened and terrified Starck as the bulkheads close."

When upon learning about the beings called "Hecatoncheires", it seems that it mirrors to those Gods that would have multiple heads and arms in Asia. Even in the "Book fo Dzyan" from Madame Blavatsky, states of some of these creatures as having two heads and three heads. Here is what the Wiki states on these beings:

"In Greek mythology, the Hecatoncheires (Greek: Ἑκατόγχειρες, translit. Hekatónkheires, lit. "Hundred-Handed Ones"), or Hundred-Handers, also called the Centimanes, named Cottus, Briareus (or Aegaeon) and Gyges (or Gyes), were three monstrous giants, of enormous size and strength, with fifty heads and one hundred arms. In the standard tradition they were the offspring of Uranus (Sky) and Gaia (Earth), who helped Zeus and the Olympians overthrow the Titans in the Titanomachy."

"The three Hundred-Handers were named Cottus, Briareus and Gyges. Cottus (Κόττος) is a common Thracian name, and is perhaps related to the name of the Thracian goddess Kotys. The name Briareus (Βριάρεως) was probably formed from the Greek βριαρός meaning "strong". Hesiod's Theogony also calls him "Obriareus".

"The name Gyges is possibly related to the mythical Attic king Ogyges (Ὠγύγης). "Gyes", rather than Gyges, is found in some texts. Homer's Iliad gives Briareus a second name, saying that Briareus is the name the gods call him, while Aegaeon (Αἰγαίων) is the name that men call him. The root αἰγ- is found in words associated with the sea: αἰγιαλός "shore", αἰγες and αἰγάδες "waves".

"The name suggests a connection with the Aegean Sea. Poseidon was sometimes called Aegaeon or Aegaeus (Αἰγαῖος). Aegaeon could be a patronymic, i.e. "son of Aegaeus", or it could instead mean "the man from Aegae". The name Hecatoncheires derives from the Greek ἑκατόν (hekaton, "hundred") and χείρ (cheir, "hand” or "arm").

"Although the Theogony describes the three brothers as having one hundred hands (ἑκατὸν μὲν χεῖρες), the collective name Hecatoncheires, i.e. the Hundred-Handers, is never used. The Theogony once refers to the brothers collectively as "the gods whom Zeus brought up from the dark", otherwise it simply uses their individual names: Cottus, Briareus (or Obriareus) and Gyges."

"The Iliad does not use the name Hecatoncheires either, although it does use the adjective hekatoncheiros (ἑκατόγχειρος), i.e. "hundred-handed", to describe Briareus. It is possible that Acusilaus used the name, but the first certain usage is found in the works of the mythographers such as Apollodorus."

The Hundred-Handers: "The Hundred-Handers, Cottus, Briareus and Gyges, were three monstrous giants, of enormous size and strength, with fifty heads and one hundred arms. They were among the eighteen offspring of Uranus (Sky) and Gaia (Earth), which also included the twelve Titans, and the three one-eyed Cyclopes."

"According to the Theogony of Hesiod, they were the last of these children of Uranus to be born, while according to the mythographer Apollodorus they were the first. In the Hesiodic tradition, they played a key role in the Greek succession myth, which told how the Titan Cronus overthrew his father Uranus, and how in turn Zeus overthrew Cronus and his fellow Titans, and how Zeus was eventually established as the final and permanent ruler of the cosmos."

"According to the standard version of the succession myth, given in the accounts of Hesiod and Apollodorus, the Hundred-Handers, along with their brothers the Cyclopes, were imprisoned by their father Uranus. Gaia induced Cronus to castrate Uranus, and Cronus took over the supremacy of the cosmos. With his sister the Titaness Rhea, Cronus fathered several offspring, but he swallowed each of them at birth."

"However, Cronus' last child Zeus was saved by Rhea, and Zeus freed his brothers and sisters, and together they (the Olympians) began a great war, the Titanomachy, against the Titans, for control of the cosmos. Gaia had foretold that, with the help of the Hundred-Handers, the Olympians would be victorious, so Zeus released them from their captivity and the Hundred-Handers fought alongside the Olympians against the Titans and were instrumental in the Titans' defeat."

"The Titans were then imprisoned in Tartarus with the Hundred-Handers as their guards. The lost epic poem the Titanomachy (see below), although probably written after Hesiod's Theogony, perhaps preserved an older tradition in which the Hundred-Handers fought on the side of the Titans, rather than the Olympians."

"According to a euhemeristic rationalized account, given by Palaephatus, Cottus and Briareus, rather than being hundred-handed giants, were instead men, who were called the Hundred-Handers because they lived in a city called Hecatoncheiria ("Hundredarm"). They came to the aid of the residents of the city of Olympia (i.e. the Olympians) in driving away the Titans from their city."

Briareus/Aegaeon: "Briareus was the most prominent of the three Hundred-Handers. In Hesiod's Theogony he is singled out as being "good", and is rewarded by Poseidon, who gives Briareus his daughter Cymopolea (otherwise unknown) for his wife. In Homer's Iliad, Briareus is given a second name, Aegaeon, saying that Briareus is the name the gods call him, while mortals call him Aegaeon."

"It is told in the Iliad how, during a palace revolt by the Olympians Hera, Poseidon and Athena, who wished to chain Zeus, the sea goddess Thetis brought to Olympus: him of the hundred hands [ἑκατόγχειρον], whom the gods call Briareus, but all men Aegaeon; for he is mightier than his father. He sat down by the side of [Zeus], exulting in his glory, and the blessed gods were seized with fear of him, and did not bind Zeus."

"This second name does not seem to be a Homeric invention. According to the scholiast on Apollonius of Rhodes, the legendary seventh-century BC poet Cinaethon apparently knew both names for the Hundred-Hander. The name also appears in the lost epic poem the Titanomachy."

Titan ally: "While in Hesiod and Homer, the powerful Hundred-Hander Briareus was a faithful and rewarded ally of Zeus, the Titanomachy seems to have reflected a different tradition. Apparently, according to the Titanomachy, Aegaeon was the son of Gaia and Pontus (Sea), rather than Gaia and Uranus, and fought on the side of the Titans, rather than the Olympians."

"The scholiast on Apollonius of Rhodes, tells us that according to Cinaethon, Aegeaon was defeated by Poseidon. Apollonius of Rhodes mentions the "great tomb of Aegaeon", seen by the Argonauts when "they were passing within sight of the mouth of the Rhyndacus ... a short distance beyond Phrygia".

"The scholiast on Apollonius, says that the tomb marked the spot where Aegaeon's defeat occurred. As in the lost Titanomachy, for the Latin poets Virgil and Ovid, Briareus was also an enemy of the gods, rather than an ally."

"In his Aeneid, Virgil has Aegaeon make war against the gods, "with fifty sounding shields and fifty swords". Ovid, in his poem Fasti, has Briareus on the side of the Titans. As Ovid tells us, after the Titans had been overthrown, apparently in order to restore the Titans to power, Briareus sacrificed a bull, about which it had been prophesied that whoever burned its entrails would be able to conquer the gods. However just when Briareus was about to burn the entrails, birds snatched them away, and were rewarded with a home among the stars."

Association with the sea: "In the lost epic Titanomachy, Aegaeon was the son of Pontus (Sea), and lived in the sea. Briareus/Aegaeon's association with the sea can perhaps already be seen in Hesiod and Homer. In the Theogony, Briareus ends up living, apart from his brothers, with Cymopolea the (sea-nymph?) daughter of Poseidon the god of the sea, where it might be supposed the couple dwells, while in the Iliad one might also suppose that Briareus dwells in the sea, since it was the sea goddess Thetis that fetched him to Olympus. Apparently, this was made explicit by the fifth-century BC poet Ion of Chios, who referring to the Homeric story of the Olympians' revolt against Zeus, said that Aegaeon was the son of Thalassa (Sea) and that Thetis "summoned him from the Ocean".

"A connection to the sea can also be seen in the name Aegaeon (Αἰγαίων᾽) itself. The root αἰγ- is found in words associated with the sea: αἰγιαλός 'shore', αἰγες and αἰγάδες 'waves'. while Poseidon himself was sometimes called Aegaeon. Later writers also make Briareus/Aegaeon's association with the sea explicit. According to Aelian, Aristotle said that the Pillars of Heracles (i.e. the Strait of Gibraltar) had been previously named the Pillars of Briareus."

"Ovid, in his Metamorphoses, describes Aegaeon as a "dark-hued" sea god "whose strong arms can overpower huge whales", while according to Arrian apparently, the Aegean Sea was said to have been named after Aegaeon. As reported by Pliny, according to the Euboean Archemachus, the first man to sail in a "long ship” was Aegaeon."

Possible origins: "Briareus and Aegean, were perhaps originally, separate entities. Briareus/Aegaeon may have once been a many-armed sea monster, personifying the uncontrolled power of the sea itself. As noted above, Briareus/Aegaeon may have been an older god of the sea, replaced by Poseidon. He was perhaps a Greek reflection of Near-Eastern traditions in which the Sea challenged the storm-god, such as in the Ugaritic tradition of the battle between Yammu (Sea) and the storm-god Baal."