ANNUNAKI STARSHIP OVER EDINBURGH


SHIP FILMED 4 TIMES ALTERNATE NIGHTS FROM 28 SEPTEMBER 2008
BY JACKIE GILLIES OF GOREBRIDGE

The structure of the ship lets us see who and what the paradigm of the occupants are all about. Cabalistic and symbolic numerology.
It's a 6 part penis from the front - deliberately tilted by design to fly with an obtuse frontage and the ship is an eight part web symbolic of the feminine from broadside 4 front and 4 back .. and has a great deal of sophistry and boast about its design.
It symbolises a civlisation that invests in male female issues and symmetry, maybe even hermaphroditic fusion of left and right brain stuff like Theosophical ideologies and it is obviously a battleship of some power because it wouldn't be good for a powerful Empire to have a military phallic symbol and proof of concept and civic and Imperial power easily be gunned down by other aliens.
The Cabalistic design totally ties in with the Sumerian, Babylonian and Egyptian and cabalistic ideologies in e.g. reverence of male parts [Baal, Marduk and etc]
I removed the full frontal phallic symbol part of the ship from the animated gif but am happy to send it out if you email me.
Only reptilians would be able to send a ship of such military capacity into Earths airspace it being a traditionally controlled Reptilian asset.
Because the greys and other non-sexual species do not wave their private parts about the same way that e.g. Cathy O'Brien and David Icke complains about - then its highly probable - almost undeniable that that is a phallically promiscuous and arrogant civilisation boastfully waving its bits about over my hometown ... and it couldn't be more reptilian a location either. Edinburgh Scotland is Annunaki rulership central - so no-one would dare to fly a light cruiser over the temporal homes of these Annunaki farmers without clearance unless it was at least Reptilian pageantry and display .

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