From ancient times in European countries such as England, aliens from space were called 'Little Green Man.' The origin of the legend is unknown, but scholars assume it began with a bizarre event in England in the mid 12th century.
According to legend in Wolfet, a village near Norfolk and Suffolk in the U.K., a young, green-skinned child was found in front of a cave outside the village in the mid 12th century. The girl looked about 10 years old and the boys looked about 7 or 8 years old, and the green kids were wearing strange metal-like clothes they had never seen before.
Adopted by a resident named Richard De Karne, the children used a language that was completely incomprehensible and worried their families because they didn't eat anything or drink water, but the children ate the beans well and ate the beans as food.The children were well and well again, but a year later, the boy began to get sick and died, and the girl lived in the village for another five years, working as a maid, and eventually died.
The green girl, who lived in the village and learned the language, explained to the residents who she was and where she came from, saying that her name was St. Martin's land and it was underground.She said there were people with green skin living underground, and when she asked how they got to the ground, she was playing sheep in the basement. I heard the bell ringing on the ground and came out to the ground."
The girl's skin gradually changed to look like a normal human, but the world where the girl lived had no sun and the dark dawn had always lasted.The girl believed that the green people had a vast land beyond the great river. People thought the underground people described the sun and moon on the Earth's surface and the outer world of human life.
Today's residents of Suffolk and Norfolk believe that children may have come from underground if they did not come from space or come from four dimensions, but the story could have been fabricated when a villager tried arsenic pesticides to poison his children to the skin of the children turned green.
Given that children were wearing silver clothes that looked like space suits and that their skin was green and lived underground, it is doubtful that a reptile green man lived underground and was sometimes seen by humans.
The green children's legend in Woolfit is similar to the testimony of the local workers who recently witnessed aliens deep underground and the conspiracy theorists that reptile aliens dominate the human world with superior technology in their lives at various underground bases around the world.Could it be that the green people living beneath the Earth are the first indigenous people on Earth, and rather, are they calling us barbaric aliens?