The Ciakar, or Cekahrr, are reptilian winged ones, likely seeded by the Tiamatians. They have been considered a royal, or possibly elite, caste of the Saurian blooded reptilians, who may have been responsible for the development of the Draconian Empire. Some say the Ciakar are "white winged".
The Lacerta File 1999 (Commentary) speaks of an ancient symbol that depicts a four-winged serpent. Lacerta alludes that it is even older than the Oroborous, a symbol commonly associated to the Draconians in ufology. William R. Cooper catalogues the four-winged serpent as Chanuphis (See picture on the right).
Herodotus speaks without the slightest doubt about winged serpents (Cooper). In Herodotus, Book iii. chap. cviii., "Arabia is the last of inhabited lands towards the south, and it is the only country which produces frankincense, myrrh, cassia, cinnamon, and ledanum." "The frankincense they procure by means of the gum styrax, which the Greeks get from the Phœnicians. This they burn, and thereby obtain the spice; for the trees which bear the frankincense are guarded by winged serpents, small in size, and of various colours, whereof vast numbers hang about every tree. They are of the same kind as the serpents that invade Egypt, and there is nothing but the smoke of the styrax which will drive them from the trees."
- Compare the mythos of H. P. Lovecraft's winged Cthulhu.
- Mothmen are attributed to being a winged reptoid.
- The Book of Man
- Draconians, an empire possibly founded by the Ciakar
- Reptilians, their race or class
- Saurians, their clade
- Tiamatians, or the Tiamat, their progenitors
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Transcriptions of Lacerta (1999)
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 The Serpent Myths of Ancient Egypt (Ibis Western Mystery Tradition) by William Ricketts Cooper
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Aliens Wikia, Draconian Empire
- ↑ Starseed Network, Ciakars (Draconians) of Peace
- ↑ Mythical Monsters, by Charles Gould, (1886), p. 183-184
- ↑ Mystical Encyclopedia (1996) by Chuck Roberts