Taygetans: Protectors Of Earth?
Has the Earth fallen into disarray as a consequence of a much larger battle within the United Federation of Planets, otherwise known as the Galactic Federation? The Federation was formed long ago to combat persecution of human-looking races across the Galaxy by regressive sauroid races, the Reptilians.
Taygeta, sometimes known as Moma, is one of these humanoid races within Pleiades star system, specifically within M45, an open-star cluster. Why do we bring up the Taygetans? Because they are the ones who have been most heavily involved with affairs on Earth. They have been visiting our planet since 12500 BC, with a heavy activity spike since 1919.
The Galactic Federation has relied upon the Taygetans to use its military force to spearhead a treaty dictating non-intervention by other races with affairs on the planet Earth. The Taygetans handled this space law enforcement from 1953 through 2018. But in that year, Taygeta came under the rule of a new queen, Alenym 1st of Temmer, who rejected military solutions. She has advocated for greater use of spirituality, pacifism and the mind, becoming a thorn in the side of Federation authorities.
Here, we get background on this tug of wills, this war of ways. The video is presented by Robert David Steele, former CIA officer and one of the participants in this summer’s Arise Resurrection nationwide tour, scheduled to run through the rest of July and August and on into September.
Here is a second video that examines the Galactic Federation and its management of Earth. Can we assume this management has been good or has it been bad? Those are complicated questions, the answers depending on whose perspective is being voiced.
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Finally, here is a short video giving you pointers on how you can explore the night sky to find the M45 cluster within the Pleiades. Adrien Mauduit assembled the work. He says, “In this episode, we feature the open star cluster ‘Pleiades’, aka Messier 45, M 45 or the ‘Seven Sisters’ through a series of time-lapse sequences taken in various locations around the Earth (Norway, Switzerland, Spain, Chile). A lot of people have seen this small patchy group of star without realizing it contains about 1000 of them! Learn more about it by watching the rest of this mesmerizing film.”