The Sumerian ideogram for “seven”, if preceded by the determanitive for divine beings (dIMIN.BI)—is an alternative name for “Pleiades” in the Sumerian language.[1]

Pleiadeans (German: Plejaran) identify themselves with the open clusterPleiades (Chinese: “Seven Sisters”), seen in constellation Taurus. They may project themselves as chimeras in the form of birdlike people[2] and Nordic looking,[3] emanating an angelic appearance.



Angelic, birdlike Apkallu (Mesopotamian)

The Pleiadeans are Anunna beings. They value the number 7, a common theme in Pleiades mythologies around the world (as early as 10,000 BCE[4]). They are known to present themselves as “creator gods” of the human race.[5] They may have been worshipped in Mesopotamia as Apkallu,[6] or as the Sibitti.[7]

According to the ARB, Pleiadeans practice "sex cultivation", where there is a distinct difference between sexual expression and sensual emotion.[4] They experienced conflict with Lyrans concerning religious affairs, and also with The Greys over the alien abduction problem.[8] Their major conflict appears to be with the Sirians (the snake people),[3] that may be reflected in the Enuma Elish.

It’s possible that they were later envisioned in Ezekiel's vision of the four living creatures. One of the guardian cherubim is described theriocephaly,[9] as having an eagle’s head.

Pleiadeans have projected themselves to be 7[3] to 8 feet tall,[4] sometimes Nordic looking, sometimes Mesoamerican.[3] Billy Meier and James Gilliland claim to be contactees. Pleiadeans may be associated with the Ashtar Command (or GFL[3]) on the mission to "spread Enlightenment" and a "higher spiritual state"[4] to humans.

Billy Meier

Billy Meier, a Swiss national, had close encounters with Pleiadeans (German: Plejaran) who made contact with him since the 1942. According to Meier's accounts, some of the Pleiadeans originate from the world of Erra. They project themselves to be similar to humans. Meier said that they contacted him in person or telepathically. During the 1970s, Meier produced a number of photographs that he said were of Pleiadean ships, as well as sketches that he said were of Pleiadeans themselves. They have since been the subject of intense criticism from skeptics.

Meier's Pleiadeans were said to be spiritual and in touch with nature, and they became a component of the New Age movement during the 1970s. They were depicted as a peace-loving race of Space Brothers, said to be warning contactees that humanity was heading toward self destruction, and offering alternative philosophies to avert such an eventuality.


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During the 1980s and early 1990s, accounts of Pleiadeans given by experiencers began to diverge from earlier New Age concepts. From these accounts, these Pleiadeans were said to be one side in a cloak and dagger confrontation over the fate of humanity. Such accounts worked in a number of pre-existing urban myths and conspiracy theories, including the New World Order and Reptilian conspiracies, as well as variations on the Illuminati and mind control conspiracies. These references were not found in Meier's original accounts. In some cases, such as claims made by self-professed medium Barbara Marciniak, accounts of contact with Pleiadeans were also intermixed with the millennium (now passed) and American end times philosophies.


  1., Pleiades in Ancient Mesopotamia (2012) by Lorenzo Verderame
  2. Exopaedia, Sirius
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Exopaedia, Pleiades
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 PDF, Alien Races, p. 18
  5. Exopaedia, Founders
  7. JSTOR, The Seven Dots in Mesopotamian Art and their Meaning (1939), by E. Douglas Van Buren
  8. MAGAZIN 2000plus, Interview mit 'Billy' Meier, p. 3
  9. Duguid, Iain M. (2011). Ezekiel: The NIV Application Commentary. Zondervan. ISBN 9780310866107.


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