Ladies and gentlemen, my name is alex collier.
I want to thank you all very much for coming.
This is a very, very special treat for me.
I love these small intimate settings here.
These living room type of things um, because i'm i'm very comfortable and when i'm definitely in my element, i like to talk okay and i'm definitely in the mood for a talk fest as they used to say um.
The information that i shared this morning, i'm going to go over again briefly because i went through it so quickly and some of you weren't there, but essentially what we're going to be doing is we're going to be talking about the 22 races and the book that Will be ready, this spring is going to be called defending sacred ground two et 22.
Okay, i've been wanting to do this this book for 10 years and now it's time to do it and the reason it's time is that there's so much going on in our solar system that we all need a scorecard, and i just hope to be able to Share the knowledge that's been shared with me as to who these beings are and how they relate specifically to earth to us.
In a nutshell, we are a composite of a lot of different races. 00:01:24
22 to be exact, it is a physiological fact.
There are 22 different body types on the planet, and that is the result of the extraterrestrial races.
I cannot share everything that i have in two hours, because i am sharing the stage tonight with mike russ, but i will be around okay.
I'm definitely going to be available and the information in the every couple of weeks.
You check the website.
The information is going to be put on the website.
Okay, so you will have it as soon as it's done and it's proofed and edited alright.
Um there'll be a hardcover or a bound book version of that, but by then you will already have the information if it's something that you wanted to purchase at that point, to give to friends, it'll be available okay, but it will be for free.
Nonetheless, okay um.
I'm not going to go into how it all started for me, uh for 13 years, i've been telling that story, and i refuse to tell that story anymore.
Okay, if you want to know you can go to the website, www dot, letters from andromeda.
com and all the information is there, including book one which you can download for free. 00:02:46
I'm doing that for the video pretty much okay, now earth history, we are taught a very, very shallow version of earth history uh.
We are also taught that we evolved from a single cell that essentially we were an accident. 00:03:04
Okay, all of us are just an accident and something happened.
Something really weird, but yet something miraculous happened to a couple of chimpanzees and ta-da.
Here we are okay, should it be so simple? In fact, i like the real version, much better than the concocted version. 00:03:24
Okay, um and so we're going to talk about what i'm going to start with is i'm going to i'm going to start with some of the earth taught timelines of history and i'm going to blow through specific periods and just move it through to prove a point.
This will be much more specific in the book: okay earth formation, we're going to start with a pre-cambrian time. 00:03:50
5 billion years ago, to 554 million years ago, earth taught history.
The earth is forming, along with other planets in the solar system, earth is being born.
Life is awakening, the first tectonic plates are beginning to move fungus plants, animals and organisms are developing and the atmosphere is becoming enriched with oxygen. 00:04:16
Okay, extraterrestrial taught history, or, i should say, andromedan taught history, an ancient race known as the founders who the poli who the andromedans and the pleiadians believe is an ancient race called the patal.
That's p-a-a-t-a-l is on an engineering program whereby environments of planets and terraforming is being done. 00:04:50
They're doing this to make make these planets and star solar systems suitable and habitable for organisms and for life, rendering ecosystems that are filled with hydrogen oxygen, methane and ammonia.
Okay, now take a a ecosystems, one being oxygen or some being oxygen, some being methane, some being ammonia and some being hydrogen.
Now these are all gases for the introduction and colonization of microorganisms nanites and all types of life forms self-replicating machinery and the bombardment by comets and planetoids to change the rotation and the chemistry of the planets we'll get to the self-replicating machinery.
Here in a little bit, the practice and engineering of removing moons to alter a planet's rotation and moving planets closer and further from their suns to either decrease or increase radiation received by the planets. 00:06:07
Now i want you to know that that specific engineering feat of moving planets, closer and further away from the sun moving moons, adding moons, is a practice that is absolutely in full swing today, throughout the galaxy and in other galaxies.
Okay, it is, it is solar system building, this happens a lot.
There are races, even the andromedans are capable of creating a solar system. 00:06:36
Okay, all projects it it appears were designed to render many star systems and many planetary bodies habitable for organic life. 00:06:55
Small machines have been discovered that were built so long ago that no one really knows for sure who built them.
They cannot be replicated and no one knows exactly how they were built now.
I'll give you an example of the andromedans. 00:31:09
The andromedans are approximately 45 43 to 4500 years, more advanced than we are technologically now, that's in our years, all right now, in our years in our years here, i need more leash. 00:07:37
Okay, a year for us equals 365 days. 00:07:44
Okay, this is one rotation around our sun, the andromedans count years in a completely different way.
In fact, almost all the extraterrestrials do in their right their concept of age of counting, especially in this way, what they consider a year is when every cell in their body has been fully duplicated replicated.
Now, if we did that one year would be equal to seven years in our body, okay, so it takes approximately 34 years for their bodies in our time to replicate every cell in their body in our time.
So it's hard to give you exact dates of when they say something happened to to to to put it into our our timeline.
Okay of yours, okay, because in reality, if i say it, it was 4 000 years ago, then it it's it's a lot longer than that.
Okay, but they've had a very hard time explaining to me exactly in our earth time because they don't deal with the concept of time. 00:09:24
You know they just don't all right so, but i'm giving you these numbers in earth years just to give you an idea of how vast our history is. 00:09:34
Okay, now, amazingly, these machines still work.
The machines do not have a name in the english language: okay, they don't even have a symbol that we could comprehend.
So it's been explained to me that is considered an anti-matter machine. 00:10:08
Okay, it creates matter, it creates molecules which then create atoms, which then creates physicality, and these are actual machines.
They're, like computers, where you can program it for what you want, and this machine will literally bring it forth and manifest it and there it is physically there.
Okay, now, if each one of us had one of these machines, it would be like winning the lottery every day.
You know mike likes to do vws.
He could make himself a new vw as soon as the new models came out as soon as he knew what he wanted. 00:10:49
Okay, i could man if i could create a a babysitter.
You know so that my wife and i could go out - okay, it and that's.
What's that's what now, apparently, there are seven of these actually working and seven different races have them have one of these machines now these are archaeological, finds discoveries, these atom making machines for lack of a better word. 00:11:21
I'm sorry there is one on the planet.
There is one here: yes, there is what no comment no comment: .
Nobody knows absolutely.
Nobody knows it turns out that.
Well, let me just finish reading here.
Okay, because all this will come out, they also discovered advanced building complexes, very large machinery and and complete terraforming ecosystems. 00:11:56
Earth like organic life is much less common than hydrogen gas ecosystems in our galaxy because we are limited, uh oxygen, o2 ecosystems are limited to the geological presence of water.
Okay for o2 life forms, which is what everything is on this planet there has to be water.
So the most precious thing that we have is our ecosystem, our biosphere, the second most important precious thing we have is, of course, the water and when we get to nibiru, i'm just going to throw this out there. 00:12:45
The entire planet used to be fresh water.
Okay, our entire planet used to be fresh water.
The oceans were salinated, okay and it was the nibiru from the star system of bhutes that did that, because they wanted to control the water. 00:13:08
Okay, they salted the sea, that's right! So now all you have is at the time when they did this.
There was only four percent fresh water and they had total control over it. 00:13:22
That's correct what was the years again that they did this, how long um it took it took 36 30. 00:13:34
It took 36 years 36 years to completely salinate the oceans, and it also gave time for all the life forms in the water to adapt very slowly, but we couldn't drink the water after that. 00:13:51
Okay is that 36 of our years of our years.
These are all in our years.
It's the only way, i'm going to present this to you, otherwise it'll get way too confusing.
Okay, so hydrogen ecosystems are much more abundant, as are methane and because they are not complicated ecosystems.
O2 ecosystems are very, very complex.
The most complex in the galaxy archaeological evidence, records and legends point to the founders quote: unquote the patal as the creators and caretakers of this galaxy, the disappearance and or extinction of the founders, appears to be deliberate and what that means is and how it's been explained To me, when they use, we all know what disappearance means, but to the andromedans when they refer to extinction. 00:15:02
If there is no physical record of them on third density they're extinct on third density, that doesn't mean that they're they're gone, it could be that they evolved or ascended to a higher frequency or they dropped down to a higher frequency to create third density and when They were done, they left, but they are extinct on third density. 00:15:29 00:15:07
Okay, see in sharing this information, this particular information that i'll be sharing in the next year.
It's important to stretch yourselves to try to think holographically here: okay, because there are so many implications to this information and and it's and it's difficult to heart, it's difficult to try to express that, because the english language is so limiting. 00:16:02
You know to try to give you a concept about how this was all done: um when the patal apparently left according to the archaeological record, other life forms sentient life forms reptilian, human plasmic, methane life forms all begin to appear and do appear in our galaxy in Full form, okay, now just think about that they appear in full form. 00:16:32
That means that they came from someplace else or they were brought from someplace else. 00:16:37
There was no millions and millions of years worth of evolution into this okay, and this is the same problem that our archaeologists have on planet earth. 00:16:48
Okay, they, you know they keep espousing evolution, but there's just no proof of the evolution in the geological archaeological record.
Just isn't things appear fully formed.
Okay, it's amazing stuff now are the patal.
Archangels are the patal the gods? Nobody knows what they are, which is why they just refer to them as the founders, because they don't know.
Okay, they don't know the andromedans do say that there is a creation creator. 00:17:35
They in their belief systems in their traditions, say that it does not carry a dominant male frequency.
In their opinion, it carries a dominant female frequency. 00:17:51
Okay, so in their opinion - and i'm telling you they're real men, you know the the creator is a goddess. 00:18:00
Okay does exist, okay, so we blew through that the pelosi era 554 million years ago to 245 million years ago, a dramatic explosion of diverse multi-celled animals. 00:18:19
Well, they put that because, suddenly everything is there, it's it's in the geological record.
They don't know how it got there where it came from, but it's there, so they just say: well it just exploded there.
It is all these different things show up out of nowhere. 00:24:14
Species appear with all living animals.
Almost all living animals and species appear within a few million years again, there's no evolutionary process here. 00:18:44
They just begin to see them in the archaeological record and each consisting on different parts of our modern, modern continents.
Now, at the time that this was happening, the north and south pole were different. 00:18:59
Okay, the planet was literally laying on its side.
It had already had a pole shift.
One of its many pole shifts okay, which is where the physical, north and south pole rotate, usually following a magnetic pole shift. 00:19:12
If it's done on its own, if it doesn't do it on its own, that is because a planetary and asteroids hit the planet made.
It roll and then what happens is the magnetic poles will either correct it over over time and make the planet rotate back or the magnetic poles will follow.
Okay, i do not understand um the mechanics of that the west coast of north america ran east and west along the equator. 00:19:46
Africa was the south pole.
Suddenly, during this period 245 million years ago, 90 of all marine and animal life becomes extinct.
Okay, animal life not plant and fauna, okay, marine and animal life.
Now you would think that if something really dramatic happened, that everything would be affected.
But that's not what happened? Okay, it was mammal and animal life; okay, the same period 544 million to 245 million.
The et history, the andromedan et history, races in the solar system, begin to develop space travel most are only able to travel within their own star systems. 00:20:43
Some, however, are able to travel outside of their respective systems and have begun contact and discovery of other cultures. 00:20:52
The start of trade within star systems begins, trade routes are established and negotiated, the sharing of technology has begun and the development of new systems of space travel has also begun, because now the space colonies, the different races that have been established here that came in and Fully formed have now figured out how to get off their own planets and now they're, talking to other people getting different perspectives and they're sharing ideas. 00:21:25
Okay and sharing opinions not touched on this, and i won't touch on it in this lecture, but there were also a lot of misunderstandings.
Okay, that went on here, especially between the hydrogen planets in cultures and the o2 cultures, and i'll explain why there were some different misunderstandings later on when we get into this okay, uh treaties were forged between star systems and races, one particular race of sentient beings, which Was much more advanced in space travel set out to explore the galaxy? That is the alpha draconians the sea car? They were the very first according to the andromedans to actually get off planet and they were at the time the most advanced, okay they're, an incredible race.
They are, they are an incredible race.
They just have some incredibly ridiculous prejudices and biases okay, but that doesn't take take anything away from the fact that as a culture, they've done some incredible things. 00:22:43
You know, and a lot of other races have learned from them as well.
Their spacecraft at the time were hollowed out, moons and planetoids, which they refurbished built out, created their own internal ecosystems and fitted with propulsion. 00:23:04
Some of that using fuel which is not oil like we have here, but it was some kind of a gel that was mined in their star system and kinetic engines. 00:23:18
They created kinetic engines, energy, focused energy, electricity, a type of electricity.
It's my understanding. 00:23:34
Let's hold the questions: let's hold the questions.
Okay, i have a lot of material to go through the mesosaic era, which is 245b million years ago to 65 million years ago.
Uh robin write down your question.
I okay earth thought history.
Mesozaic means middle animals.
It is the time during which the world's fauna changed drastically.
Now it didn't change before, but now suddenly it does and great change in terrestrial vegetation. 00:24:09
The dinosaurs evolve.
Well, they show up out of nowhere okay and evolve into triassic and then jurassic eras. 00:24:18
Only then to become extinct.
Another planet-hitting asteroid hits the earth in the atlantic ocean off the coast of colombia.
What is now known as columbia now were they deliberate uh? Nobody seems to know if they were not, but what's interesting is that every time the planet gets hit with an asteroid or or there's a pole shift, there's a radical change in the earth where it's ecosystem and what happens is it becomes more and more friendly for Human life, okay, 244 million years ago, we could not live on this planet. 00:25:01
There were just too many things out there.
That would have hurt us, okay, extraterrestrial history, 245 million years ago, to 65 million years ago.
Many planetary civilizations have full space travel.
Interplanetary trade is extremely established and the need for natural resources increases and causes the exploration of the galaxy by advanced sentient beings.
[ Applause, ] space travel has been in progress and trade for over 17 million earth years.
At this point, okay, 17 million years.
Look at what we have accomplished in 4, 000 years: okay, look! What we've accomplished in four thousand years! Okay and - and we know - we've been held back, and we also know that there's technology that's been hidden from us, okay, so the most well-established star races are the sea car of alpha troconis or draco, the orion star civilizations and the lyra vega star system.
Colonization is in full swing, many planetary alliances set up rules of colonization and reach are now reaching further and further out into the galaxy. 00:26:41
So here, 245 million years ago, our star brothers, okay, our ancestors, because they are because we're the sum total of 22.
Of these races, our ancestors already had space travel and they were already setting up rules of colonization amongst themselves. 00:27:00
Okay, that's just amazing to me.
The discovery of space highways space highways are what our scientists theorized to exist as wormholes, okay, they're space highways.
The discovery of these is made during this period. 00:27:31
To date, 17 have been discovered in our galaxy alone: 17 wormholes, okay, and for those who don't know what we're talking about um.
This is our galaxy little dots of the stars and what you have are tunnels that go to different parts of the galaxy.
Just to give you a little example, and it's believed, or our scientists theorize, that if you can tap into one you're on the other end of the galaxy in almost no time in a blink or like the movie stargate, okay, that's the idea.
Several of these connect to other galaxies, okay, so - and we all have to assume that at least one of those connecting tunnels would be to the andromeda galaxy okay, which is over here, so you've got a hole.
You've got a hole here.
Okay, now you have a way to get there in like zero time or incredibly fast, so that it's not a situation where you get in your rocket and by the time you get to your destination everybody's dead because of old age and everything else.
Okay, because the galaxy is huge and it's expanding all the time - okay, but as the galaxy expanded many of these tubes of focused time. 00:29:19
That's the andromedan perspective of what a wormhole is tubes of focused time.
I cannot explain it to you any more than that. 00:29:30
Okay, because i do have some notes that are still stored away in a storage unit in another state where they have had to be put for safety and i've not gotten them yet. 00:29:42
Okay, in fact, there's three boxes of notes.
It does not even go there: okay um, these seven um, i'm sorry.
Some of these tubes have have snapped, in other words, as the galaxy expanded. 00:30:01
Okay, there were breakages in these wormholes or space highways, no galactic races to the present time - and this is as of 11 months ago, earth time.
Okay knew how they were built or who they built the or who built them, and they can't be repaired because we don't know how they were built.
Nobody knows how they were built. 00:30:36
Okay, there is an assumption by many that the founders created them, which is how they were able to do all of the terraforming, an echo building in the galaxy in in preparation for life to be introduced.
Here there is an assumption that that's who built it, the truth is we don't really know for sure it could have been built by someone even before them.
We don't know okay, because, according to the andromedans third density, as we know, it is 21 billion years old. 00:31:14
Okay, the universe that we know of which includes all the dimensions is, is 21 trillion years old in earth years, okay, which is a staggering number absolute staggering number. 00:31:34
Okay, we're going to get to some slides here in just a little bit: okay um! According to more in the andromedans, only two of the super highways, the wormholes - have not snapped in our galaxy okay, so out of the 17, two are still fully operational. 00:31:58
[ Applause ] as trade increases increased the spread of life forms also takes place.
The experimentation of transplanting life forms and vegetation is in full swing. 00:32:13
Okay, now, let's go back to the dates: 245 million to 65 million years ago.
Our extraterrestrial ancestors are now transplanting vegetation and life forms from other systems to other star systems.
Okay, the transplanting of life forms is only with life that has potential now what their actual definition of that potential is.
I can't tell you, because i don't know, but according to warren, a this potential can only develop in complex ecologies and by far the most complex ecology or ecosystem in the galaxy is o2 oxygen based, which is what we are truly complex.
Ecosystems only occur in a relatively small number of planets in the galaxy.
Now that might you know that might be uh, you know several billion planets, but when you take in you know take into account, you know how many suns and how many actual star systems we have. 00:33:41
It is, in fact, a small amount, even though to us you know we would say my god, you know, there's there's uh, you know 200 billion earths out there i mean that's a staggering number to us, but in the big scope of things it's actually a very Small amount because the hydrogen ecosystems buy out by far outweigh all the others. 00:34:03
Okay, it follows that a complex ecosystem, planet-wide ecosystem is the next most valuable thing in the universe. 00:34:18
Species, however, come and go, but a truly rich biosphere will endure as long as it's not compromised. 00:34:29
Dinosaurs, birds and other life forms fruit.
Trees are brought to our solar system and transplanted on the three ecosystems in our in our solar system. 01:30:35 00:34:42
They are earth mars and uranus. 00:34:49
All developed, extraterrestrial races have already impressed on their civilizations that conservation of biospheres was and is simply a necessity. 00:35:09
This is 245 million to 65 million years ago.
Okay, they were already teaching their children about conservation of the ecosphere ecosystem.
Okay, [ Applause ] the cenozeric era 65 million years ago to present okay, we're gon na get through this and then we're gon na get really down into some fun stuff earth taught.
History sometimes called the age of mammals, because the largest land land, animals and mammals show up during this time. 00:35:58
It is also the age of flowering plants, the age of insects, the age of fish and the age of birds. 00:36:05
Okay, extra andromedon taught history.
Our solar system is being visited more and more.
Three very complex ecosystems exist here already.
Okay, we've already covered that the first full time, self-contained biosphere called an eden, and i'm going to use that word because that's what the orions called it.
That's what the well the draco have a different language, but that's what the orions called it. 00:36:45
That's, what the nibiru called it! That's, what the aldebarans called it and that's what the pleiadians call it an edin okay, which is like a garden.
It's a fully transplantable biosphere. 00:36:59
Having everything they need to exist somewhere else, okay, now we do not really appreciate how smart our ancestors are. 00:37:32
Okay, because they don't always travel in very large spacecraft, but what they have learned to do is travel light and make sure that whatever it is that they need they have or they can grow now, virtually every mother ship has an internal echo sphere.
Now we see the scout craft, we see the four, the five the hundred miles craft.
The hundred mile may have some kind of an echo sphere inside of it, because it has a crew that crew needs to eat okay, so they will create a park like setting an echo sphere inside those spacecraft. 00:38:15
Most of the craft that have hit the earth are just little scout: ships: okay, um.
If a hundred mile mothership hit the earth we'd have a pole shift and everybody would know about it: okay, but the very large ships and i'll give you the example of the andromeda motherships, they're, complete spheres and on the inside.
They are complete worlds unto themselves in the center of these crafts and they may have as many as three they will have echo systems park, likes parks as as big as 21 miles long.
The one that i saw was 21 miles from one end to the other.
For me - and it was 900 miles okay and for me to literally see every inch of that ship would take 25 years. 00:39:13
That's how big it was had everything everything in these parks.
You could not even tell that you were in a spacecraft. 00:39:23
You would think you were, you would think you were in a park.
You know agora, hills, california, rocky mountain national park uh central park, although i necessarily want to hang out there. 00:39:39
You know central park, but you know without the crime, okay and they're complete unto themselves.
Everything is grown aboard the craft so when they come here and they send a team down to the surface of a planet - and they say: okay, we're setting up a small we're setting up an eden because we're going to leave you a team of you here to Research, the life, the plant life, the geology of the planet, the minerals, what it has okay, what they do is they literally drop, can be as many as 12 type of cylindrical antennas.
They plant these antennas down into the ground, at least a mile into the ground and when they flip these things on they connect and when they connect when they turn on and they connect to each other. 00:40:38
They create a dome, okay, a dome.
It's a frequency dome and then all they do is they unload the plants they unload the fruit trees, everything they need and they in this biosphere is exactly to match. 00:41:00
Their physiology doesn't have too much oxygen, doesn't have too much carbon, it's exactly what they need. 00:41:09
It can even be hydrogen can even be hydrogen, because what it means is is then, once they leave, they just wear a spacesuit and they can go out and do their work, but when they come back from doing their work, they enter their biosphere.
And it's like it's like living on the home planet. 00:41:25
Okay, this is what i'm talking about.
This is what an eden is.
Okay, this is what richard hoagland's been talking about all those years with the dome structures.
This is what he's talking about.
This is what these things were for exactly: okay, it's good stuff! God gives me the chills.
Okay, the very first one was founded in north america. 00:41:58
What is now north america? Okay, along what is now known as the new mexico arizona border, and it was founded by and established by, the sea car which are a hydrogen based life form. 00:42:10
Okay, so they had to have something like this.
Now hydrogen is a gas okay.
It's not something! We can use we can't our physiology simply will not allow us to to breathe and live in an environment like that, but hydrogen the beings tend to be very large.
They tend to be a little bit slower in movement, their body frequency, the rhythms of their biosystem are much much slower than o2, and the one thing about hydrogen-based life forms is that they cannot go faster than the speed of light in space travel.
We are o2 have been known to go four times the speed of light okay and that's been a real problem for the hydrogen-based beings.
Okay, in lectures years ago, i talked about how prejudice is an extraterrestrial perspective. 00:43:26
That's what i've been taught by mourinho says: okay, so all the prejudices we have we've learned: we've formed some of our own okay, but the initial not liking any of your own race was taught to us by these guys, okay, millions and millions of years ago.
Okay, now, this first eden was created, eight hundred ninety nine thousand seven hundred and one earth years ago. 00:44:01
Okay - and this was by the sea car in new mexico, arizona border okay, they still fancy the desert.
They still fancy the desert, the reptilians okay.
This biosphere was first inhabited by caste.
Now, the reptilian civilization is three casts.
Is a caste system? Okay, it's also it's a monarchy, but it's also a caste system, and you will find that it is stunningly similar to those in england.
Okay in europe, where you have royalty, okay, you have the officer class, which is your dukes, your earls okay, and then you have your peasants who do all the dirty work literally, do all the work? Okay, it's exactly like that.
According to morenay, this first biosphere was built by the officer cast or officer class of reptilian beings, and they were the first to stay here. 00:45:33
It was not actual royalty.
Okay, okay, everybody have this: okay, several thousand years later, orion.
Well, actually, a couple hundred years later, orion established an eden here from the orion star system, uh, something my wife is missing.
All this okay, if you have your cheat sheet that i handed you.
Oh, yes, i'm sorry! Thank you mike okay in orion, they come from rigel and battle guys now.
Okay, that's these systems here, [ Applause, ]! Okay, i'm glad i brought extra now rigel the star.
We call rigel the orions their name for this planet.
For this star system is cyclopesis in their tongue, it is called cyclopesis and whenever they go to a formal function of a galactic event where there are other star races there and and we'll talk about, we will get to that um, the with the proper way that They introduce themselves - and this is what the andromedans do and apparently it's tradition and it was done and everybody everyone, whether they're enemies or not, have agreed to these specific introduction traditions so that there's no misunderstandings: okay, so they've created traditions and everybody does it no matter? What this is, what they do you introduce yourself, you give them your full name, any rank or office and the star system that you're from so alex collier father, because i don't have a rank or an office. 00:48:10
Okay, um saul system, tara, three, that's how i would properly introduce myself so that whoever it is that i'm introducing myself to knows who i am and where i'm from now, if you're, an extraterrestrial you're all talking, most of them are telepathic.
So therefore they're giving the same information but as they're, giving the information they're also flashing star maps because that's what's in their head, you know, and the other races immediately acknowledge that, because they they get all that okay, okay, orion established their first eden in what is Now called i'm going to write this down for you, your amani, china, the date 763 132 years ago, okay, shortly thereafter, capella also part of ursa major ursa minor.
The capellans established their first full operational eden 741 2237 000 years ago, and theirs was.
Excuse me established at the base of mount yogan in southern chile. 00:49:50
Hmm next are the vegans.
Now this is not a.
This is not a plant-eating race.
I just want to explain that.
Okay, they're from vega they're, also known to us as the lyrans who are literally our human ancestors, okay, they established their first colony 701 655 000 years ago in north africa, along what is now known today as the libyan and niger border. 00:50:56
Okay - and i want you to know that, on an on an archaeological um perspective from what i've been told there in ethiopia, there are absolute amazing things yet to be dug up there that have been left behind that you know the cavemen did not build okay.
Next we have the cassiopeians cassiopeians six hundred and four thousand and three years ago. 00:51:46
This is an entirely in sexual sentient race, as algeria, north africa and i'm just going to do two more and then i'll.
Just read the rest.
Yes, we can.
Yes, we can.
Okay, the next is boutes nibiru.
We know them today.
They established their first eden 585 133 years ago in cairo.
What a shock, what a surprise? Okay, cairo, egypt and then orion sent another team here 87 300 years ago, and this one was established in perth australia.
Now the earth was not in the position that it's laying in now. 00:53:18
Okay, if you were to take the planet as it is today and lay it literally on its side, this is where they were colonizing, but these are the locations we know today.
Okay, now some of the colonies after they've been here for some time they packed up and they left.
They got all the information they wanted. 00:53:40
Okay, but the earth is in constant flux.
You got to remember these are height.
Many of these are hydrogen based extraterrestrial hydrogen based extraterrestrials hydrogen breathing extraterrestrial races, so when they go to their home planet, it's dull compared to the very complex ecosystems that o2 that oxygen breathers have and live with.
Okay, so they're extremely fascinated and you can and according to morenay what they were trying to do was to not only study the vegetation and life forms here in oxygen, oxygen, breathing ecosystems.
But they were also trying to genetically manipulate them so that they could take them home and make them hydrogen that's what a lot of this was about. 00:54:26
Okay, this is where you know they became geneticists. 00:54:35
Master geneticists is trying to convert o2 life forms to hydrogen life forms. 00:54:39
Okay, because we're blessed oxygen, breathers are blessed with very complex ecosystems. 00:54:50
Very magnificent ecosystems, okay, lyrans, again came back.
Eighty three thousand four hundred years ago. 00:55:01
Has everybody anybody ever been to basque country to the basque right, their language? Nobody knows their language where it came from it's it's an ancient.
It's an ancient lyran that has survived it's extraterrestrial. 02:02:14
In fact all of them are, but that one is is really really still close to it to the original tongue. 00:55:30
Okay orion came back again 73 414 years to mount neblina on the border of venezuela and brazil. 00:55:44
Now, seventy one thousand nine hundred thirty three bc lamoria is founded as a collective colony. 00:57:26
Many of these races decide: okay, let's just pool our resources and they move their readings to a continent in the pacific. 00:56:05
Those nations were those star.
Nations were the lyrans.
This is who founded lemuria, cirrus, a pleiades races from tagueta and europa, specifically those two star systems tagueta and europa ursa minor.
This is the lyran star system.
You have your cheat sheet. 01:36:40 00:56:58
Okay, it tells you where the races were from.
Okay, we're all fascinated everybody's fast and well, i'm not, but everybody's a lot of people are fascinated with the pleiadians okay, so we'll leave that up there, because we're going to talk about them in a little bit and butes, which is nibiru.
This is 71 933 bc.
Okay, lamoria is established as a collective colony, so now everybody's working together, okay, good sign, that's a good sign; okay, it didn't.
Last, however, fifty seven thousand six 600 bc atlantis is founded now, somewhere between the establishment of lamoria and the establishment of atlantis.
The pleiadians get pissed off and they leave okay, a misunderstanding: they come back, they come back to the star system.
Atlantis is founded: 57 600 bc.
It's the pleiadians again the nibiru antarians, the hades, a group from sagittarius and the andromedans make a guest appearance.
Okay, do i need to read those again: okay, atlantis pleiadians andromedans butes, which is nibiru, you know, but you might as well know where they're from aldebaran antarians a-n-t-a-r-i-e-a-n-s the hayadees, which is right here and sagittarians, with the exception of nibiru. 00:59:05
All of these are o2s.
Okay, that established atlantis o2 breathers, with the exception of nibiru, some of them of the nibiru and tribe, are oxygen, breathers, okay, because they come from cirrus, okay, but those that come from butas are hydrogen, but they can still operate and function as long as they wear.
A helmet okay, so 31017 bc lamoria, is destroyed in war.
Exact date is thirty, one thousand seventeen bc. 00:59:50
Twenty seven thousand six hundred and three bc atlantis is destroyed, for which okay, atlanta, lamorius 31 0017 bc and atlantis is 27.
You said that many years ago, i'm adding bc.
It was in my notes.
I just didn't do it.
I was very quick and running through my notes this morning.
Yes, ma'am, that's what i meant, so i apologize for not being being more specific.
Yes, i take full responsibility for that. 01:00:35
Okay, now um, i'm not going to go into you, know the who's and the whats and hows and why they destroyed each other um.
But again, let's just kind of go to the cheat sheet here.
Actually, let's not, let's just do this: let's do this, i'm going to next time, i'm doing pretty well here on time. 01:01:10
So let's talk about the races: okay, [ Applause, ].
Let's talk about the c car alpha draconis the ancestral line of the reptilian races in our galaxy, the reptilian, the sea car themselves, according to legend, do not know exactly where their home system is either that's how big the gallup the universe is or the galaxies are. 01:01:51
Okay, you know the universe: okay, that's how big it is um.
According to the andromedans um, there are a hundred billion galaxies known and mapped in the known universe. 01:02:04
You know now if we can get a 7-eleven franchises and just have one of those one of those in each galaxy we'd have it made you know, or a coffee shop, even better, legally addictive stimulants.
Let's just do that.
Yes, okay, i'm just going to give you some things about each of the races or several of the races anyway, okay, because um, i want to take a break in just a little bit and i want to finish up.
I want to take some questions and then mikey's going to do some shearing mike russ, okay, the c car, an absolute amazing race, the oldest known reptilian race. 01:02:50
In our galaxy.
They are in fact the only genetic line of their kind. 01:02:59
That is not extinct now.
When we talk about that, that's extinct, they have found remnants of others that came after, but were extinct most of the reptilian civilizations that we know of today in butes orion capella. 01:03:19
You know the ones that are on the list here that i've, given you, okay and i in fact will put the slide up so that the folks that buy the video will say well what the heck is he talking about? Okay, we'll put that up, okay and then we'll move it up um.
They are all genetic manipulated, half breeds of the original c car race, okay, okay! So just so that you understand that they stand 18 to 25 feet tall and way up to 2 500 pounds.
They're, like they're, like tyrannosaurus rex's, you know they're monsters up to 2 500 pounds.
They have black leathery brown scaled bellies, they have multiple abdomens, they have whiskers along their chin and jawline.
They had a mating, claw and multiple tongues.
I'm going to give you some very specific information, a mating, claw, honey, honey, robin you need a mating club, we'll find somebody.
That's got a mating club and multiple tongues.
Okay, they lay eggs and what is called a battle hormone is used to accelerate the birthing process.
Yes, they are a duality.
This is why ancestral females did not participate in war.
It's because if they did there, wouldn't be anybody there to help with the eggs. 01:05:28
Okay, they also have to be there to secrete this hormone. 01:05:36
Okay, i'm only sharing with you what i know about them: okay, i'm sure, there's a lot of questions. 01:05:44
Okay, um did not participate in war.
Stronger young females were expected to defeat and kill older and weaker leaders in ritual combat the c car race is ruled and managed by genetic lines.
Genetic lineage and genetic lineage always follows the mother, because you always know who the mother is.
You don't always know who the father is okay, so you know in that particular line. 01:06:21
The gals have all the same, ruled by a monarchy of a queen genetic lineage.
They are one of the most powerful races in the galaxy they have some of the greatest military. 01:06:39
Might that has ever been seen in the galaxy and most of the clan members are zealots and will do anything for the glory of their clans of their lineage. 01:06:54
They have been the chief enemy of all human races in this galaxy in past conflicts.
Again, we're talking about hydrogen hydrogen breathers versus oxygen breathers.
They have three spinal columns.
One spine is located ventrally near the stomach.
The other two are located dorsally on the left and on the right of the sea car's body. 01:07:31
The spinal columns join near the dorsal of the geometric center at the extreme posterior of the trunk to form a long and very powerful tail inside of the hands or claws of the sea. 01:07:50
Car are jelly-like sacks that excrete various hormones and substances when the sea car is aroused either for sex or for battle. 01:08:04
The primary purpose of these enzymes is to initiate encrusting of sperm. 01:08:12
You know hey, you know, you know there is just.
There is an amazing amount of life out there and uh.
You know they they look at us and they think they think we're beasts as well. 01:08:37
Honestly, okay, now i'm going to talk about the lyrans now, when i'm talking about the lyrans and then i'm going to talk about the human race as a whole about some other things here, i've got some pretty good notes. 01:09:01
Um, i'm also talking about us.
Okay and our ancestors and all the ancestors of the ancient lyrin line genetic line. 01:09:12
Okay, now before i even get to that, i'm just going to read i'm going to read the first sentence that i have on humans. 01:09:24
The human race is unusual in having all of its members race derive from one genetic line.
Okay, that's that's an amazing thing.
That is an amazing thing.
Okay, so now, let's talk about the lyrans and then we'll talk about humans, some more okay, um, okay, we'll talk about the language skin color is amber, blue and or red.
The color of the stars in their planetary systems is what caused their skin skin tint to change.
Okay, depending upon the frequency and the uv ultraviolet scale of their stars.
There are a million of my million descent.
Okay um they are the only they are.
The only human race to have full empathy, senses and full sonic masonic abilities and have experienced quantum probability control, i'm still working on that.
Well, you understand these are extraterrestrials who know what this all means: okay, okay, i'll read it again.
They were the only human beings to have full empathy sense. 01:11:07
Full sonic abilities, p s.
I o n, i c and have experienced quantum probability control okay.
They are also considered today, a retired race that has very little intercourse with other maine civilizations in the past on earth. 01:11:53
They were known, yes, that's what they were known. 01:12:04
As i can't read your writing.
Oh i'm, sorry, it's b, o d b, o d h.
I s a t, t v, a yep, the lights go off.
That's great, you know that's great okay.
They have been known to monitor and provide guidance for some planetary systems. 01:10:13
Some planetary systems today see them as their protectors and guides. 01:13:16
In other words, what's interesting is that the lyrans prefer to live on ringed worlds. 01:13:34 01:13:29
They just have a preference for living on ringed worlds and on the andromedan council they are known as an elder race which carries great prestige on the council, because extraterrestrial civilizations. 01:13:50
Ladies and gentlemen, really pay close attention to genetic lineage.
Okay, now we're going to talk about the human race as a whole, the andromeda, how the andromedans see the human race? Okay, i'm doing this for the people at home, so that they can all write this down.
Okay, some of this will be a little bit familiar because i've touched on it, but we're going to talk about it again. 01:14:27
The human race is unusual in having all of its member races derived from one genetic line.
This accounts for the remarkable causable interactions, casual interactions of the great human civilizations, but for better or for worse, human galactic civilizations, even if they compose a single clan, has have diverse evolutionary histories. 01:14:51
Okay, each culture is very different in the way that they've evolved. 01:14:57
Okay, not as a species but as a culture.
Okay, i want to be specific to that and misunderstandings and conflicts have occurred.
Traditions exist to minimize the likelihood of misunderstandings and to lessen the negative consequences of any miscommunications that might occur so they put in place.
They were sentient enough to know that they needed to put things in place to try to minimize human versus human war.
Okay, it well not on this planet; no, it didn't you know and - and i think they're still working on it. 01:15:42
In addition, the behavior of individuals does reflect on the species and the clan okay.
Now this is an andromedan race, an andromeda and human race. 01:15:54
Sharing this with us, okay, that individuals, the actions of individuals of those races, does reflect on the entire clan. 01:16:04
None are faulted for polite or proper behavior. 01:16:12
Informality is always at risk of being misconstrued or miscommunicated. 01:16:17
The traditions of human interaction were developed by the ancestors over the ages when an elder race insists that a new civilization observe traditions.
Okay, an example the andromedans come down.
They introduce themselves, they say, okay, boys, it's time to go to the show.
Okay, it's time to go to the show.
What happens is in the show being the andromedan council, we are being asked to be invited to the andromedan council. 01:16:56
What they will do is they will teach us the tradition, the proper way of introducing yourself of acting before all these other civilizations, because you will be misinterpreted if you walked in hey.
Oh man, what's happening, you know, it'd, be completely misunderstood: okay, yo blood! What's up? Okay, um that a young civilization observe traditions.
It helps the young races, build a culture that will function well in galactic civilization, as well as help guarantee that this young race will become a virtuous and productive member of the galactic common wealth. 01:17:51
That's exactly mourinho's verbiage to good word forward the galactic commonwealth, okay, it is important that all humans be as polite as possible.
This helps both the young and the old cultures, because many old are socio-biologically dependent on ritual.
They have become so conditioned that this is just the way you do it and they, their civilizations.
Their traditions are so deeply embedded that they're not going to change.
Okay, we have that same situation here on our planet.
We do and can be psychologically disturbed by informal and rude behavior.
That's what he says if the occasion calls for it apologize and then speak only when spoken to never touch a fellow elder race person, unless you are specifically asked to now.
That leads me to something that i was taught um, which i did when i was brought on board and i met other races, and this is what the andromedans do when they meet another race.
Okay - and i was taught to teach this to everyone here, which i've done so i'm going to do it again when you stand when you have a contact and you're standing before an extraterrestrial or extraterrestrials, you stand, you know yourself square, you bow never taking your eyes Off of them - and you say it is the manner and custom when entering my space, that permission be asked, you say very clearly, because what you are doing is you are declaring your sovereignty and you are declaring your space all right, because we are not that well.
Thought of so it's important to do something like this.
You know you got 10 seconds to make a good first impression, [ Laughter ].
It is the manner in custom when entering my space that permission be asked. 01:20:11
Is that done verbally or yes? Well, we would have to, we would have to do it verbally.
They would probably respond telepathically, there's always the possibility that your space will be violated. 01:20:33
I mean they would they would violate them? Well, the graves would the dows would absolutely uh huh, but nobody knows to do that.
You know and besides they wouldn't approach you that way.
They always steal you out of bed. 01:20:52
You know because they're little frigging, cowards, [ Laughter ].
No, i don't have any charge on that.
[ Laughter, ], okay, okay, physically disturbed and spoken to most human galactic races have three languages, and these difference markers are formal, informal and differential.
Now the differential apparently is what's used in a lot of politics, galactic politics that particular language.
The formal is when you are addressing your own race, like state of the union.
It's also when you were talking to elders.
If i'm a young person, i'm a young taran and i'm addressing an elder of my race, i'm to use the formal okay, the informal is informal.
What's happening, okay, okay, the informal marker is not used ever in public, always ask if both parties are comfortable with the informal language, so i would have to say mike.
Do you mind if i talk trash and mike would have to say sure man talk trash, okay and then we're both agreed and i can talk trash. 01:22:16
It's probably a bad example, but okay, the informal marker is always used uh.
The formal marker is always used in public because you always want to regard your partner in conversation as worthy of respect. 01:22:33
The prestige of a mature race is always subject to debate the general rule of respect the first, i'm sorry, the general rule is a uh. 01:22:52
The first measure of the general rule of prestige is number one: the age of the race, okay, the age of the race.
The second index is the race's lineage.
Okay, it all comes back to genetics.
The third index is the number and size of the race or the clan or the tribe. 01:23:19
Okay in standard introductions always include identification by full name species name any relevant titles and your home planetary system, which is the plan yes, which is the clan name.
Serial number name rank um species name and planetary system.
Can you say: word: earth terror, earth, terror, iii or saul sol terra 3, because our star is known as saul.
We are terra, which is third planet; okay, third rock from the sun.
Now, if you were in mars, you would say: saul: tara, four, okay, okay, okay, we covered that.
I'm going to talk about the grays.
The dowels dow is.
How is how the andromedans refer to them? You guys want to take take a five minute break.
You want to take five minutes.
Okay, then we'll come back and we'll continue.
Are you guys enjoying this? Okay? Great? I don't like it: okay, you're, not getting your money back, [, Laughter, ], okay, cool we're going to take a break uh joe! Yes! Now the question was we're going to talk about the dows. 01:25:04
The dows are the reticulans number seven on your list? Okay, let me change this dlws exactly right, like dow chemical company, that's exactly right: okay, okay! For those of you at home, watching the video okay, the andromedan word for this particular race when tweaked and converted into english is daos. 01:25:35
Okay, they're known as the taos militant race known to be very hostile to humans.
Humans have never been able to successfully negotiate with the daos okay um, i'm sure that our military wish they knew about this in the fifties. 01:25:57
Okay, because you know they made agreements, they signed treaties and the dazzle never kept one of them, but they're so technologically advanced that we're having a hell of a time getting rid of them. 01:26:11
Okay, no, no humans.
If it was more, if more name and specifically earth, he would have said terence, okay, but apparently everybody's had a lot of problem with them. 01:26:25
Okay, they are known in the inner circles as a pain in the ass okay um, that's informal! That's informal! Yes, i'm sorry! I didn't ask for permission to be informal, consider his family.
I do actually i love the small settings moist most avoid them at all costs.
They have little empathy if any at all, for human races and believe that unworthy species will one day be exterminated. 01:26:55
They have participated in all wars of enforcement. 01:28:44
I want you to hold that thought.
I want you to write that down wars of enforcement.
Okay, because we're going to come to that we're going to come back to that. 01:27:14
Yes, they are the the original.
The original ones are okay, they are in fact hydrogen.
He was probably wearing some kind of an apparatus, the original the tall spindly ones, the little ones. 01:27:31
You know the ones that do most of the dirty work: they're.
Of course, just organic clones. 01:27:35
Okay and they've, been you know genetically bred to you know, do the dirty work in o2 atmospheres biospheres, okay, they have participated in all wars of enforcement declared by the reptilian alliances now. 01:27:56
Humans have also had wars of enforcement okay and have been attributed with three accidental extinctions in the last ten thousand years.
The dows yes have been implicated, or these three accidental extinctions have been attributed to them.
Okay, i didn't say humans extension of humans. 01:28:34
I didn't say that, okay, let me read it again: they have been the grays.
They have participated in all wars of enforcement declared by the reptilian alliances and have been attributed with three accidental extinctions in the last ten thousand years.
Didn't say who? Okay, so i'm not going to say yeah, i was humans because i don't know that the fact that they extinct exterminated race is enough for me.
Okay, they are under investigation for excessive genetic manipulations of at least two races, your earth race being one of them and something else he added as an afterthought is that they do not experience childhood. 01:29:36
It's probably why they're all tweets? Okay, they don't experience childhood okay.
Wars of enforcement in the human race, a war of enforcement is where someone, whether it's a human race or a reptilian race, or a hydrogen breather, or an oxygen breather or a methane breather or an ammonia breather.
If they cross the line and do something so severe, they will literally go to war to enforce a punishment to enforce something, a restriction.
They will do that.
What is going to be happening here in on in our solar system in the next couple of years is being classified as a war of enforcement. 01:30:40
Okay, it's not a police action they're coming in to kick butt because they've crossed the line and we're not the only star system.
You know there are 21 other star systems that are having the exact same problem that we're having. 01:31:01
This is where you talk about the beginning, kicked out, yes, that they want all regressive presences off our system off our planet and the moon. 01:31:12
They want them completely out of here end of story. 01:31:18
They want them out of here now, if it's true that the moons and mars, the moons of mars phobos and are no longer in orbit around mars and that they are in fact in orbit around earth, then something really major is about to happen.
Apparently, people do apparently people do people are taking photographs um, they are, people are seeing it.
I myself haven't, have not you know, but i live too close to denver and i there's just a lot of city lights um. 01:32:00
But there are people back east who say they are seeing them or people in europe who are seeing them.
You know who said they've seen it uh the uh, the the lunar, the solar eclipse in turkey.
Several years ago, um western uh, west uh european um.