Hawaiian 07:40, 4 January 2009 (UTC)Excellent chronological presentation! Earth is indeed the center piece of the DERN universe (and DAL) in regards to the various positive/negative forces that date back to the split up of Nokodemion peoples via the creator overlords. The Bafath are truly evil, did they reincarnate into any Earth humans currently living? Also, is Andromedan High Council of the Hyperborea people (22 BC) the same as those that currently advise the Plejarens? Very interesting if so, now because of the neural-physical-particle "connections" (FIGU Special bulletin 38) that has "manifested" itself here on Earth, all parties whether negative or positive are in various ways, "connected" to current humans now living or more so "existing" on Earth.
These humans represent a magnitude of various fashions throughout this universe, a sort of "composite" circumstance "reality", the "key" to harmony and balance between all parties involved if the right parameters are introduced to bring this about. All parties have an interest(s) in the outcome of Earth humans, whether benevolent or evil, because their spiritual development depends on this "missing" key.
Semjasa created the Adam lineage
According to http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/12/3451.html?1062165882 this began 13500 years ago, not 387,000 BC
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Hawaiian 23:55, 10 June 2010 (UTC)Mark, I assume Earth, Malona and Mars were selected by these advanced ET's because of its far off location away from the ongoing Lyrian, Orion wars and that they knew others won't consider colonizing a SOL system with a dying central sun. However the insane god and religion concept was already established millions of years ago when the benevolent turned malevolent counter-parts of the Creator Overlords fled with the DNA manipulated humans to these planets and were later expelled. Thus, the concept of using religion to conquer, enslave and exploit others was well known when the evil Giza ancestors established themselves after conspiring the destruction of Atlantis and Mu, who were the biggest hinderance for their evil conquest.
However, because there are various types of reincarnations spanning this whole episode of events to include many ET's who perished, the links to them on Earth as well as other parts of the universe are still interconnected. Because of the Cause and Effect criteria, they are still obligated to resolve any issues that may fall under their responisbility that are still here on Earth.
An excellent analogy can be realized when one has the power to directly intervene in order prevent a crime such as murder, but instead chose not to and leaves for another planet, leaving the family to feud for themselves. After a few hundred years that same person (ET), comes back to find the family broken up and in despair, then gives them a set of directives to better their situation. Would it have been better if that ET had done the right thing in the first place rather than wait because it was more convienent to do so? Regardless, that ET or his/her material as well as spiritual Being are still connected from day one of that episode and continues, whether those connections remains positive or negative depends which side of the "equation" contribute or not contribute to balance the Equational Potentials that will determine which equational side evolves or stagnates.
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Hawaiian 01:09, 11 January 2011 (UTC) There appears to be actually two migrations from Earth to the Plejares system, but the only one indicated here is on 1 BC by Pejos.
Pelegon (Whose name is honored in name of Plejaren), arrived on Earth with 70,000 followers in 190,000 BC. However there is no departure date, which I assume must be before 48,000 BC, which is the period of final peace on the Plejares star system. In other contact notes, there is a brief discreption of Pelegon fleeing Earth to Plejares because of war.
The reason for this request, is because it MAY may be linked to the 144,128 former "sons and daughters" that caused much disruptions on Earth?