[The Elite have invisible and silent flying craft, which is pretty good Shapeshifting!]
Before and after (visual)
Shapeshifting image additions
Movies with shapeshifting
Fisher, Barbara Loe
LEFT: This is a statue at Oxford College in the UK.
Is this a depiction of a reptilian controlling a human female? RIGHT: An artists impression of a reptilian over-shadowing a human as related to David Icke
Vigeland Monolith Possession Reptilians
[vid] Interpreting media's mind control (NLP) PART 1of 3
SHAPESHIFTING Shamanic Techniques for Global Personal Transformation by John Perkins
Hunt for the Skinwalker by Colm Kelleher and George Knapp
David Gallo shows jaw-dropping footage of amazing sea creatures, including a shape-shifting cuttlefish (and squid), a pair of fighting squid, and a mesmerizing gallery of bioluminescent fish that light up the blackest depths of the ocean.
Excerpts from miscelleneous articles.
Transformation or Shape-shifting:
The mystical dragons of Japan have the power to shape-shift and move seamlessly from one form to another or become completely invisible. Many Japanese legends tell of dragons changing their size and shape as they magically transform into humans. Other legends tell of the reverse happening as humans transform back into dragons.
When dragons were transformed into humans they had the ability to mate with other humans, creating the Japanese Imperial family. The Japanese Imperial family claims to be direct decedents of the Dragon King through Princess Toyotama-hime, the Dragon King's daughter
According to the Tale of Hori, Princess Toyotama-hime, also known as Princess Fruit Jewel -Princess Rich Jewel- married Hori no Mikoto, a hunter. For three years, the couple lived together in the underwater kingdom of the Princess before the hunter returned to his life in the upper world.
Before leaving the underwater kingdom, the Princess and Hori no Mikoto had a son. The son grew up and had four children. One of those children, a son named Kamuyamato Iwarebiko, became the first Emperor of Japan and was known as a human, Jinmu Tenno. In Japan, the dragon remains a symbol of imperial power.
KS3 Science Revision Guide - Levels 5-7 (Revision Guides)