Dear Kent:
On your website you depict various types or groups of ETs, Spirits, and
mythological entities.  You show a picture of a Draco.  This particular
group of interdimensional entities has gotten a lot of attention among
abductees.  Historically, these beings are grouped or classified with
demons and the devil.  But in  pre-Sumer time they may have openly walked
this Earth with humans, considering it to be as much their planet as we
consider it to be ours.  The ancient Goddess worshipping period tended to
place the female members of this species in an exhaulted position, as
depicted by the terracotta effigy in one jpeg that I attach.  Susan
Ferguson, author of  Inanna Returns, said this of these entities:

"While I do not believe that this is necessarily a "Targzissian female" as
Bruce Cornet suggests... I am convinced that this pre-Sumerian image is a
accurate representation of the races who lived  here before Inanna and her
family aquired the planet. Inanna says they are called the "Nagas" in
sanscrit. Their lineages are described in great length in the Mahabharata."
(S. Ferguson, 31 July 1997).

Riley Martin, in his description of the Targzissians, who (according to
him) cohabit a 40 kilometer diameter, egg-shaped mothership orbiting Saturn
with the Biaviians (along with five other races, including the Sirians),
gives some drawings.  What a wasp nest!  I attach a jpeg of a Targ pilot
Riley drew for comparison with the terracotta statuette.  I see a
remarkable resemblance, especially when the features of the child's head
are considered (extended skull conical, pointed ears, snout, ridges, and
slanted eyes).  Other watercolors of the Targs drawn by Martin give a more
demonic appearance, and I suspect that Riley was influenced by his own bias
when he drew such pictures (see jpeg of fullblood Targ). Nevertheless, the
hostile reputation of these entities, their personalities, and their
dislike of humans, show through in Riley's description and depiction of
them in The Coming of Tan (1995: Historicity Productions, New Hope, PA).

The question I raise regarding the Nagas or Targzissians is what role did
they play in the Sumerian myths translated by Zecharia Sitchin?  Even Susan
Ferguson relates, in her story about Inanna, how Enki mated with Id, a
female Nagas, to produce Marduk.  Marduk, according to information given by
Inanna, became in essence the epitomy of Satan on Earth in his belligerent
and defiant actions against the Council.  If the female terracotta effigy
shows Id and her son Marduk, one can clearly see how he acquired those
distinguishing characteristics which we humans associate with the devil. 
But what bothers me is the genetic compatibility of a blue-skinned
Pleiadian and a creature such as a Nagas or Targ (if they are the same). 
Personally, I think Enki and Id could not have produced a viable offspring
unless they were very close genetically, much closer than mythology
depicts.  Perhaps the Anunnaki were a mixed group of collaborating ET
races, and they referred to each other as half-breeds or cousins in an
attempt to convey to humans socially familiar relationships (al.

We know that the Targs (also called Dracos by humans) can create telepathic
illusions and appear to shape shift.  I wonder if the real Enki was in fact
a Nagas or Targ who wanted to appear to humans as a human-like Pleiadian.
We also have Sumerian myths tell how Enki "mated" with many human females
in an attempt to produce male offspring, but he had little success.  Enki
was a biologist and genetic engineer, among other talents.  The women only
produced females, which a Sumerian cuneiform text says (according to
Sitchin) was an attempt to increase the female population of hybrids
(Nefilim).  Nice explanation so as not to lose face.  The dominance of
females could be explained genetically if there was sexual incompatibility
(no human male Y chromosome) and if Enki's genetic experiment at producing
hybrids was only partially successful. These are just some thoughts I put
forth in an attempt to make sense of all the information and possible
disinformation or misinterpretation that has been handed down to us.
Inanna told Ferguson that the Targs and Nagas are not one and the
same.  And yet some of the images depicted by Riley imply otherwise.  I
think the Targs and Dracos are one and the same, as evidenced by their use
of the same icon or logo, the flying dragon!  Perhaps the Targs are very
distant relatives of the Nagas, but close enough genetically that they
could produce viable offspring.

I am fascinated with how the Targs or Nagas or Dracos (whatever you want to
call them) seem to fit so deeply into our mythology, fantasies, and fears. 
Much like the Native Americans, who were decimated and subjugated by the
invading Anglo-Saxons, the Nagas may have been decimated and subjugated by
an invading group of Pleiadians, who themselves were allied with various
other ET races (including the ancestors of the Nagas, the Targzissians). 
The victors in these two wars might tend to look down upon their victims as
savages, evil, untrustworthy, and dangerous (propoganda) in order to keep
them defeated through prejudice, while those who were subjugated hold their
suppressors in equal disrespect and contempt.  Within any group of victims
there would be militant individuals who will strike back at their
suppressors when given the opportunity (terrorism).  The suppressors, out
of a need to maintain superiority and control, create laws, propoganda, and
prejudice which labels their opponents as criminals, evil, or even Satanic.
 And when the political climate required it, they would depict the other
race in the worst possible light (i.e. darkness).  If the Nagas were
worshipped in a Matriarchal society by our ancestors, one can easily see
why the Patriarchy and an all male pantheon of Gods (depicted today by the
all male Holy Trinity) was established: There was a fear-based need to
eradicate any and all remnants (memory) of that past so that their (our)
enemy could not once again regain strength.

I cannot help but reflect on how in the Star Trek movie, Generations, the
leader of the Borg is depicted as a diabolical female who controls an
all male work force.  What a Freudian slip!  Was that idea something that
bubbled up from the unconscious (where our worst fears are stored) into the
minds of the script writers?  

The Catholic Church had a very difficult time trying to remove the goddess
in their re-education of pagan worshippers, but had to compromise in the
end with the Virgin Mary.  

So who are the villains in this picture?  Is not that term relative,
subjective, and dependent on how one is treated and programmed by society? 
And naturally, the losers would be called fallen (as in defeated), and
their spiritual counterparts might be called fallen also (as in fallen
angels).  But from their perspective, the picture would look very different
indeed!  Look in the mirror!  Look at the evil humans have done.  Is this
an example of the pot calling the kettle black?

So much propoganda in order to maintain the status quo!  It is like the
Middle East conflict where each group wants to dominate and claims
ownership by ancestry, but this conflict is on an interdimensional and
cosmic scale with several genetic twists of the DNA!

Yours truly,
Bruce Cornet, Ph.D.