10469Orion Queens & Sirian Wolves vs Earth
- Oct 1, 2001Have anyone personally met this guy called Robert Morning Sky.
What do you think of him. He said his "grandfather was one of
six young Native Americans who witnessed the crash of a
spaceship in 1947, shortly after the now-famous Roswell incident.
When they reached the site, they found one being still alive.
They took him back to their camp where they hid and nursed
him back to health. They called him 'Star Elder' out of respect;
as time passed he revealed his name. He was called Bek'Ti.
He revealed to them the history of mankind and the planet Earth."
And it is in the following terms.
THE SUPPRESSED HISTORY OF PLANET EARTH
Condensed from Robert Morning Sky's "Terra Papers: The Hidden History
of Planet Earth"
THE STORY OF MAN'S CREATION
In our galaxy are billions of Star Beings. Humanoid races are the
rule, not the exception. These races descended from many life forms:
reptiles, insects, dinosaurs, birds and other life forms mankind
cannot begin to imagine.
One of the oldest Star Races in this sector of the universe is the
reptilian Ari-An which descended from dinosaur ancestors in the star
system of Orion. Ruled by Queens, they created the most powerful
empire in this galaxy. Ari-An warriors were unmatched for ferocity and
bravery, and the Ari-An Empire was unmatched in power and size.
Millions of years of countless battles had allowed this Empire to
develop advanced war strategies. Among these, the Ari-An practiced
"conditioning" or "reprogramming" to control conquered populations and
make them assets rather than liabilities. Enemies became obedient
servants of the reptilian queens' throne. In this way, the Ari-Ans
An unexpected evolution of another race in the star system Sirius
posed a threat to the Ari-An Empire. Though not as old or as advanced
as the reptilians, the warriors of the Kanus Empire, a doglike race
(similar to wolves) made up for any lack with their fierceness. Even
the most disciplined of the Ari-An warriors feared these vicious and
barbaric Sirian warriors, who stopped to devour the flesh of their
enemies on the battlefield.
Rapid advancement of the Sirian warriors threatened the very existence
of the Ari-An Empire. As a result, the queens approached the Sirian
kings to offer an alliance. A treaty was agreed upon that delineated
which sectors of the galaxy each empire was to rule and, for a time,
the warriors of both empires fought side-by-side.
With the birth of a new star system was born, the Sirian King was
quick to claim it. As the Sirians began to exploit its resources, this
new system became an outpost for both the Ari-An and Sirian Empires,
and the power and wealth for both continued to grow. But eventually
war broke out again, this time among rival Sirian kings. In the end,
Ari-An forces joined King An. Entire worlds held by the opposition
were totally destroyed, including their moons and colonies.
Much later, King An sent his son Prince Ea and daughter, Princess
Nin-Hur-Sag (both genetic scientists) to rebuild the destroyed world
of Eridu and once again tap into the valuable and much needed
resources found there. They successfully restored the atmosphere;
refilled the seas with life; recreated plants, trees and flowers; and
hybridized many different kinds of creatures. The planet Eridu (Earth)
New creatures were produced to inhabit the planet. One such creature,
Apa-Mus, was an ape-beast hybrid whose only purpose was to serve and
to slave in the fields and mines. But this beast was different from
the others. It could understand orders and could communicate. Princess
Nin-Hur-Sag had genetically engineered the ape-beast hybrid by using
her own DNA. The beast grew in intelligence and began to teach his own
quickly multiplying offspring.
When another species of genetically engineered workers -- underground
- dwelling Sheti Lizards, revolted and seized power, the ruling Star
Beings fled from the planet. With the opposition out of the way, the
Sheti used mind-control and programming techniques they learned from
their masters to alter the memories of the remaining Star Being
descendants. Mankind's knowledge of Star Beings was replaced with
myths and legends.
Sheti dominance has been and continues to be challenged by many other
star races attempting to regain control of Earth -- and mankind -- for
their own purposes. The struggle for power goes on.
Reprinted from Perspectives Magazine, March/April 1996 -- six issues
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