The Anatomy of the Orion People

The information I gather of the anatomy and physiology of these supposed beings, comes in part from the direct observations I can make on the mental images I experience depicting these beings, and in part it comes from information given to me by them in the conversations that we have.

Anthropomorphic - The Orion men are humanoid anthropomorphic in design. This means that their basic outline is that of a human being, having a torso, being upright standing on two legs, having two arms attached on either side at the shoulders, and a head on a neck; the legs ending in feet extremities, and the arms ending in hand extremities, the hands having fingers; and the head having a front, two sides, and back, in the usual arrangement; the head having two eyes in the usual placement.

Coloration - The Orion people are black or possibly dark navy blue in coloration. This is the color seen on head, neck, and hands. The remaining areas covering the body have not been seen, and it is not safe to assume the same coloration to occur all across.

Scales - Their body is covered in scales. The scales seem to occur in uniform size and density across all areas of the body where they have been seen; head, and the hands and arms. The scales are like that of a fish or reptile, except that rather than being neatly packed down against the body, the scales of the Orion man are upward protruding, ie. the scales stand out. The scales are diagonally leaning up and out and with slight curvature, rather than pointing straight up. The perimeter of a scale is rough-edged and irregular, rather than rounded or smooth like that of a fish.

In what way did the Orion people arise? Did their evolution to form follow similar Darwinian principles as we find on Earth, where favorable traits that enable them to better endure and to thrive in their particular habitat, appear and become integrated into their form? What then, we must ask us, is the adaptive advantage of a creature having scales? Let's look at animal examples on Earth to try to approach the answer.

I would like you to look at this picture Lizard scales, the way that these scales protrude from the body is fairly similar to the look of the Orion scales. These scales are also somewhat protruding like on the Orion people, Lizard Scales.

Rattlesnake scales
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Fish scales
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A mammal with scales
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Reptile scales - these are
similar to Orion scales
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Eyes - They have two eyes, one next to the other in the usual placement found not only on the anthropomorphic creatures but also found across most of the animal kingdom. To have two eyes one next to the other and on a head, seems to be a common feature found on Earth not only among the mammals, but also among the birds and fish and on many - but not all - insects. The eyes of the Orion man are large in size. The shape is somewhat oval, and their eyes seem uniformly black all across, so they do not seem to have any division into "whites", "iris", and "pupils" as do we humans, rather the eye might look like one large pupil. The surface of the eye appears to have some softness and dexterity to it, while at the same time resembling the hardness of hard plastic.

I have had some more images of the Orion beings and taken a closer and longer look at their eyes. The eyes are all black, yes, and they have a strange look to their surface. The closest thing it reminds me of is the soft shell of a crocodile or turtle egg. The surface of the eye looks like something made out of a soft organic material that would easily buckle. It is a very peculiar appearance, and makes it difficult to feel that I can "relate" to them, since much of human-human interaction is based on eye-contact.

In recent conversations they have shared with me that their eyes are very sensitive and that they must stay away from the sun for their eyes' sake.

The Orion people look like an anthropomorphic black sea iguana
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Hands and fingers - The arms of the Orion men end each in a hand, and the hands have fingers. I have counted at least three fingers, but the total count of fingers may be four or five, and there seems to be a thumb but I would want to double-check. Even the top surface of the hands is covered in protruding scales.

Other areas - The Orion men have no visible ears, but that does not exclude the possibility of an auditory membrane, such as what a frog has, or perhaps an opening to an ear canal, as what the reptiles have, or any other structural feature for the hearing of sound waves. There appears to be no visible nose, but there is possibly an area of a protruding snout, possibly with nasal passages. And there may be a slit for a mouth. There are many features that I would need to take a closer look at.