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A reader of the website asked me to remote view into Angkor Wat. He wanted to know if the story he had read was true, that there once was a large monster there that ate people and that breathed acid. I did not find the monster, but I discovered a beautiful heritage of Cambodia and Angkor Wat, some sinister stories and reptiles who lived in caves, and a descendant of Babylonian king Nebukadnessar who had made himself king here.

The remote viewing was recorded as an audio and it is better to listen to it as it also contains more detail than given here. But for a faster overview of most of the material you can read the summary below.

Ancient Hominids

I saw a prehistoric hominid human ancestor in the past in Cambodia. It was naked and wore no clothes or shoes and had brown hairs. It was a very unusual type of hominid and not like the hominids we are used to from Africa. This one had a very long and wide face with very prominent cheekbones and wide cheeks. I saw how the human people of Cambodia looked so much like this hominid ancestor and how they were direct descendants of the hominid.

Cambodia was a country I knew nothing about before remote viewing it. Yet the people I had seen in Cambodia in remote viewing look exactly like the people of Cambodia you see on photographs from today. You can see that they still have those wide cheekbones just like what I saw in the remote viewing. Do not get me wrong, the hominids are a beautiful ancestry. In this remote viewing I also did not come across any clue that the Cambodian people would have been Starseeded by extraterrestrials, other than that they would have some Pleiadian in them. The Cambodians would not have been created by the Pleiadians as a specific Pleiadian Starseeded population, but they may contain Pleiadian in them from mixing with other human populations I think.

Captured because they ate rodents

I saw a scene where people had been lined up on the ground on their bellies, with their hands tied behind their back, the reason was because they had eaten rodents and the rodents could carry disease. It seems that these people had been killed but I am not entirely sure.

Reptiles in the caves

I came across reptiles who were not the upright standing Reptilians but more like animals, like large dark iguanas, they have no skeleton. In fact I say in the video that the reptile was going to eat the woman he had captured but I never saw the reptile eating the woman. He was only enjoying the capture. Because later there was mention that these women might have been used to Starseed a part reptile race. However there was also mention in the remote viewing of these reptiles eating the people of Cambodia. The woman who had been captured had clear hominid features and did not look like a modern day human Cambodian. I also found several Cambodian babies lined up on the ground in the reptile cave.

Prehistoric humans who were more human than hominid but not the modern day Cambodian people, entered into the reptile caves and the reptiles were attacked and had to defend themselves.

This base is a natural cave with dripping water into pools of water with echo of the drops. Reptiles were in these caves first before humans, humans came there and were "picking apart" the reptiles. Conflict between reptiles and humans. These reptiles used to before the humans came also chase out the big cats that came into the cave.

Angkor Wat is not a Buddhist temple

The person who asked me to remote view Angkor Wat told me that it is a Buddhist temple. As much as I tried to convince myself that the Angkor Wat I was remote viewing was a Buddhist temple, it was not possible to make that lie. Angkor Wat is not a Buddhist temple. We can say that it is today used as a Buddhist temple, but it would be completely wrong to say that it IS a Buddhist temple.

I saw that Angkor Wat predates the temple building. Before the building was built the grounds were already of a spiritual importance to the people in the area. The dead were placed down on the ground there lying on their backs but probably not buried under the ground because I saw no burial, and it was believed, that the dead are sleeping. That is why I said that if you visit Angkor Wat please do not speak while you are there, not that the thousands of dead who are sleeping on the ground would hear you, but it is respectful toward them to be quiet. The temple itself was not built as a Buddhist temple, and the site and the temple has got nothing at all to do with Buddhism, those were my findings on the remote viewing, even as much as I tried to allow for it to be a Buddhist temple it is not.

Reptilian mentions Anumat

A Reptilian, meaning one who stands upright on two legs, was on site at Angkor Wat or otherwise present and available to talk about Angkor Wat, informed us about the God named Anumat. I was shown a mental image depicting God Anumat. It looked to be a drawing in Ancient Egyptian style of depiction. Anumat had the head of a dark green crocodile, with the long flat snout. His body was perhaps that of a human man. The legs were long and very thin like the legs of a water wading bird such as an ibis. And Anumat wore the folded short white skirt that we know from Ancient Egypt.

Note that there was no indication that God Anumat would have anything really to do with Angkor Wat or with Cambodia or with the people of Cambodia. Anumat belongs to the Reptilian world.

Descendant of King Nebukadnessar

Remote viewing into Angkor Wat, I came across a king who had situated himself there and who regarded himself as king of the Angkor Wat temple. He looked however not like the local people of Cambodia. Instead, he had a long black beard and looked more Middle Eastern. Indeed, the king did tell me that he was the descendant of king Nebukadnessar of Babylon, he had come here from the West and he had also sent his own daughters across Asia to found new kingdoms for his people. There was however a disease spread in the water at Angkor Wat, and it seems that this king had also died from that illness.

People in Cambodia

I saw that the people in Cambodia in the past never had agriculture or grains like wheat. They ate monkey meat and small birds, some fish, but I felt like fishing was not very popular, I felt that people feared the water and had a respect for the water.