Prey animals - like cows, chickens, turkeys, and deer - have eyes on the sides of their heads, sacrificing depth perception to gain the advantage of early warning. We ( humans ) are a predator species; we have eyes in the front of our heads, giving up early warning system in favor of depth perception. We are hunters, killers, eaters.
Predators eat prey - it is natural and Good. For predators to hunt predators is a violation of The Natural Order, aka "Evil."
Just when U thought it was safe to go back in the water
From a shark's point of view, a surfer looks just like a seal. Sharks hunt mostly by smell anyway - they're very nearsighted. That's why most shark "attacks" are on surfers, and most attacks aren't fatal. The shark takes a bite, realizes the taste isn't right, and releases and swims away. People lose arms and legs that way, but we are not their natural food; it's a case of mistaken identity.
Reptile predators don't seem to have any compunction about eating other predators - dogs, cats, even humans. It's just a matter of size; if a snake or croc is big enough, it might try it. This is why we humans have a natural aversion to the reptilian. And maybe it also explains something a bit more "out of this world"...
Juan Matus vs. The Archons
"We have a predator that came from the depths of the cosmos and took over the rule of our lives."
"In Gnostic cosmology, Archons are a species of inorganic beings that emerged in the solar system prior to the formation of the earth... As inorganic entities of two types, embryonic and reptilian, Archons can at moments penetrate the terrestrial atmosphere and terrorize humans... Hence, Archons are psycho-spiritual parasites." [Emphasis added.]
Perhaps this is why we perceive them as reptilian, when they "hunt" us. This is not a case of mistaken identity; they, being 4D beings,
know we are not prey, and they prey on us anyway.
The words "Evil" and "parasite" are both correct.