THE PLEIADEAN ANGELS
The Pleiadean Angels come from a small planet called Erra that is situated in the Constellation of Pleiades. Erra is the most beautiful planet with snowcapped mountain ranges that extend for hundreds of miles, lush rain forests and pristine beaches. The Pleiadean Angels have many great cities complete with a unique transit system that is built high above ground. What makes the transit system unique is the manner in which it spirals like a coil around each of the interconnecting cities of which there are many.
The Pleiadeans are a tall civilization with an average height of 6’5″. They have a very pale complexion with vibrant blue or green eyes and are known for their unusual style of clothing. The Pleiadeans are also known for their understated lifestyle.
The planet Erra gets its daylight from a very large star that is so close it illuminates almost every part of a neighboring sun system. As there is no sun in close proximity the Pleiadean Angels have to manufacture their own heating system in order sustain life on their planet. Erra has no moons or any other form of spheres in its orbit. The planet’s night sky has the most spectacular scenery consisting of multiple star groups and beautiful spirals of light that are so bright they are visible from several sun systems.
The Pleiadean Angels are part of a very large group of angels who have been dispatched all over the Universe to help with different assignments and research. A little known fact about the Pleiadean Angels is that they are a part of a prominent group of angels known as the Fàlárèáns.
The Pleiadean Angels are an integral part of the 2012 transition and will be working alongside the Árian Angels and Tytàníèn Angels overseeing the entire process. The Pleiadean Angels have incarnated on this planet since its creation and have made many significant contributions to its evolution. The Pleiadean Angels were among the first humans to inhabit the Universe and have contributed to its development in so many ways.
Reference: The 2012 Transition (click to view)
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