ET Races According to Alex Collier

The list below is Alex's first release of information from planned ET-22 series. This release contains a brief list of E.T. races, their body types and the inhabited solar systems by those ET groups. Each release within ET-22 will concentrate on one of these races in more detail. As information is released it will be place here in the ET-22 section as links. No regular update schedule has been set at this time, but Alex intends to release information on a regular basis. Subsequently, each quarter where applicable and necessary released information will be converted into an online type book (similar to DSG) until once all information related to ET-22 is released, a complete ET-22 online book will be the end result.

E.T. Races Sentient Being Body Types Inhabited Star Systems
1.
Ciakar
Reptilian Alpha
Draconis smaller star solar sys Thuban-(Anwar) Giansar, Grumium,Eltanin.
2.
Vega / Lyrans
Human

Small
star systems which orbit Sulafat, Albireo
3.
Orion
Human/Reptilian

Small
star systems that orbit Alnilam; stars named: Syclopesus, Rigel, Betelgeuse
4.
Cygnus Alpha
Human/Aquatic
Bird
Smaller
star solar systems which orbit around the Central Suns: Deneb, Sadr,
Gienah, Albireo
5.
Arcturians
Human/Reptilian Smaller
star systems around Bootes
6.
Pleadians
Human Small
star solar systems which orbit Taygeta, Maia, Merope, Pleione, Alcyone
7.
Reticulans (Zeta)
Reptilian/Plant Small
star solar systems that orbit between that stars Achernar and Canopus
8.
Sirians
Human/Reptilian
Aquatic
Muliphen,
Murzim (small sister star) stars between Wezen and Aludra
9.
Alderbaran
Human/Reptilian Small
cluster of solar systems that orbit around the star Alderbaran
10.
Andromeda
Human Many
star systems that orbit Almach and Mirach Central Suns
11.
Mizarians
Human

Large
star solar systems located between Alcor and Mizor
12.
Mintakains
Human/Aquatic Orion-
small stars around Central Sun
13.
Cassiopians
Insectual
/ Aquatic
Central
sun- Caph, Ruchbah, smaller stars; 19 solar systems
14.
Canes Venatici
Reptilian
(benevolent)
Triple
Sun system; no name
15.
Pictorians
Animal,
Human, Yeti (Sasquatch)
Double
Star System near Kapteyn's Star
16.
Antarians
Human

Solar
systems lie in a binary star System that orbits the star
17.
Sagittaria
Human/Feline Very
large star systems between Nunki, Ascella, Media, and Kaus Australis
18.
Nibiruan (Anannaki)
Human/Reptilian Bootes
(Tarshem)
19.
Tau Cetians
Human Star
solar system that orbits between Menkar and Mira
20.
Capellians
Reptilian
(neutral Now)
Three
star solar systems held by gravity of the Central Star Capella
21.
Procyons
Human
Single
and binary star solar Systems- rich in mineral Deposits
22.
Hyades
Human
Binary
star solar system near Alderbaran
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5 Comments

Bellerophon: There are some errors here

Errors regarding the names of stars or races and their interconnection, etc.

@ 2. - Vegans and Lyrans are not the same thing. When people use these terms they have to know what they are describing and why are thy using it. The Lyrans were a sum of roughly 3 distinct species, who later through colonization of other systems, dispersed into many separate civilizations who became not only different from each other in social, mental and cultural aspects, but also biological.

Vegans - as the term applies, was (mind the was word here) a colonial culture who stemmed from the human-looking species of the Lyrans. The Lyrans themselves hardly exist in the way they once did, before the destruction of their worlds on Amufar, or present-day Ring Nebula. Sulafat doesn't even have planets, let alone any life forms living there. Also, Albireo is a star in Cygnus, why would Alex put that star system as home-point of the Lyrans? Not to mention there is no (humanoid) life there.

@3. - Alnilam is not populated. Mintaka for example, on the other hand - is. The rest seems fine and is correct.

@4. - Gienah has no populated planets. Sadir doesn't have humanoid life forms, but non-humanoid cetacean-like species. Rest is fine.

@6. - The only human-looking populated worlds are around stars similar to our sun, that lie in the vicinity of one of the more well-known stars of this star cluster.

@7. - The reason they are called Zeta Reticulans is because their settlements were on the two stars of the Zeta Reticuli system. I don't know what Achernar and Canopus are doing there. The are of the constellation Reticulum is right there.

@8. - Neither of the four stars mentioned. Where is good-old Sirius here?

@10. - Mirach - yes. Almach - Ummmm ... Not so much :/

@13. - The area is wrong, along with the stars that lie in the line of sight there (don't know the exact number though, it could be 19 for all I know).

@14. - I know there are benevolent groups of 'Reptoids', but I haven't heard any coming from star systems in the Canes Venatici constellation. On the other hand, I've heard of several human-looking groups that visit from there. Weird. Just weird.

@15. - The problem with Kapteyn's Star is that it only has some small planetoids made of ice. I'm not sure how they would live in those conditions there. The star doesn't have enough heavy elements to form larger bodies or rock (and ice/water).

@16. - They originally do come from a planet found in the Antares system, but they have since moved on with other colonies, long time ago. I'm curious as to why Antares keeps getting mentioned when this civilization is the topic of discussion (and that's not often, there is little information about them on the net).

@17. - None of the mentioned.

@19. - Tacu Centains from the Tau Ceti system. Why does he have to be vague (between Menkar and Mira lol)

@22. - They are called Hyadeans because they come from stars in the Hyades star cluster, which is a better-suited star cluster for planets than the Pleiades for example.

I dunno why Alex keeps using very large stars when it comes to defining locations of ET visitors. Most of these are proper name stars of stars that carry Bayer designation. More often than not, its those who only bear a Flamsteed designation, or are just part of the catalogs (Henry Draper, Gliese, Hipparcos), in other words, a combination of few letters and small stack of numbers, that are stars that are the actual points where extraterrestrial cultures come from and visit us.

Terran resistance: and the funny thing is

I dont think this is up to date.
these resemble colliers conspiracy rambling more than actual info given at the minute... XD

Bellerophon: True. I would like to see the

True. I would like to see the source though.

WhiteWolf2013: Bellerophon and Others...Looking for Info

When I saw comments on here I wanted to stop by and allow myself to ask a few questions regarding the type of work my company does.

My company is a Private Security Company, and my general reasoning for this is does anyone in here pand given Bellerophon's unique knowledge I have to assume that you have some unique experience behind the name and behind the information] know a contact in the United Nations or US or another country who handles the Private Security of these entities when their here on Earth - the ones that do work for the governments?

A company I know of, and a CEO whom shall not be named did receive a contract with a group of one of these species/races mentioned above and anyone with specific knowledge of whom the general parties on Earth are that manage these - is asked to contact me via this thread and I am asking for serious responses with serious names and or contacts with specific persons. We know people who are getting us setup, but the comments on here looked a little to good not to be helped in some way so I thought I would come on and leave a thread. Thank you.

Ecbra de Oaoj: sharing some infos...

in this place web site:

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/esp_galacticdiplomacy.htm

... glad to know that we arent alone in this study and job to Harmonize with Inteligences that consider Honour act to Social Justice and defend People and Life Planet.

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/alien_galacticfederations10...

...

thak you

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