Note from Maryann: Karla has a unique insight into the worlds around the stars of the Pleiades, especially Temmer. Long ago, we met there; we each have memory of this. At that point in time, we had vastly different background understandings of Temmer and galactic circumstance. We became friends then and remain so today. Enjoy her perspective on the star system of Taygeta, a sun in the neighborhood of the Pleiadian world of Temmer.
A multicolored binary system
Taygeta is a binary system. The first star is blue-white while the other star is predominantly white. When asking to the Pleiadians how many planets orbit these two legendary stars they show to me four planets. One is yet unknown to me, but they say it is as relevant as the other three of which we already have some information available from other contactees: Temmer, Dakote and Erra.
Contrary to what people might believe, these four planets are not exclusively inhabited by human-looking beings. In fact, after the Lyran wars took place, many immigrants from different star nations arrived to the Pleiades, incorporating even further species during relevant stages of development of the main Pleiadian cluster.
The Taygetan system does incorporate as a majority, some human-looking groups of beings, mostly of the Elven type. However, the Earth human mind is filtered as to perceive in full form the real appearance of these beings. For such reason, most contactees describe these beings as Earth human-looking. With deeper levels of integration and removal of preconceived ideas, these beings can start displaying their extraterrestrial traits in visions, dreams, meditation, etc.
It was revealed to me, briefly that many of these beautiful Pleiadian-Taygetan beings do happen to look Elvish in nature, and generally much taller than the Earth human template.
Other species include felines, hybrid avians, Draco-reptilians from Eltanin, Giausar and Thuban, Rho Cancrians (humanoid), canines and dark blue and light brown Sirians (similar to the African or Afroamerican templates), some artificial intelligence projects also brought forth robotic beings with soul.
Backgrounds of contrasting nations in Temmer
Temmerians from the Taygetan star system had integrated within their codings the Lyran-feline genetics and the previous experiences lived during the Lyran-Draco conflicts.
A new chapter was about to enfold, some time after the great escape of the first Lyrans who colonized part of the 7-star main Pleiadian cluster.
Some of the basics are now known through the works of Billy Meier, Maryann Rada, and more recently channeled materials like the ones provided in the Cosmic Agency channel. Other great materials have been lost over time as many forums and larger networks closed their operations throughout the years containing plenty of testimonials of integration from Draco-reptilian and Pleiadian-elven people.
It is still yet unknown to the majority of the people of Earth, that many who lived lifetimes as Elven Pleiadians had also lived as reptilians in other incarnations in several star systems, including the Draco constellation. This fact has its reasoning in the understanding of the difficulties to become aware of reptilian lifetimes and their acceptance.
The Temmerian nation within the Taygetan system intended to represent the light, while the Draco-reptilian nations represented the dark faction. However, within the Taygetan system, members of other races had already been incorporated, and continued to visit this star system, finding a home in this station. Both species had something to offer to each other, and none were perfect in their representation of the light or the dark. Each had its own advantages and positive things to offer, as well as negative things.
What the two nations had in common was that in these particular timelines of development of both home worlds, politically speaking, both were kingdoms. The Draco nation formed part of a larger empire that continued expanding in many ways.
One of the most confusing matters, concerning information provided about Pleiadians and Dracos, is what we might assume about these species and nations, based on what we find in several sources of information. For example, not all Draconians are reptilians (there are plenty of beings belonging to different species that have existed within this large star system). Not all reptilians look the same. Not all reptilians are evil. Not all reptilians were programmed within the same socioeconomic and cultural circumstances.
The same notion applies to Pleiadians. Not all Pleiadians are human. Not all Pleiadians that look human look like Earth humans, in fact, most of the ones that look more like Earth humans have pointy ears and other small differences. Not all Pleiadians are blond. Not all Pleiadians were programmed to express love and light, and even if they were, previous negative incarnations affected the attempt of fully expressing a positive mission.
In the specific case of Draco-reptilians in Draco, they lived among people from other species inluding some blue Sirians and other species like devils (pan-goat-reptile), avians, reptilian avians, felines, insectoids, amphibians and some humans. The Giausarian nation in particular was not as technologically advanced as were other Draconian planets orbiting the other Draco stars. Dracos from Eltanin and Thuban had already touched Temmerian and Dakote grounds progressing further in the rehabilitation of their soul codes in the Pleiades. Temmerians had several technological advantages over this specific Giausarian Draconian nation, which was oppressed by other Draconian nations above them.
The reptilian people were programmed under very harsh conditioning, including violence, racism and classism (typical example of royalties that required for their offspring to have light scales, certain strengths, emotional toughness, in some cases, etc.) This would be the more typical programming that people feared in other star systems and on Earth. On the other hand, many Draco-reptilians could be flexible if they were shown with acceptance the loving paradigm offered by Taygetans. They could be patient and learn fast. If the Elven people managed to show them that they were not a threat to them and approached them fearlessly enough, then they would start healing their programming and opening their two hearts to the human warmth. Far from being cold creatures, their appearence was the only thing that was apparently hard, if the effort was done with enough patience.
Temmerians on the other hand were very accepting and very loving of all races, but they did establish certain limits and boundaries based on their fears of other threatening species. If there was an expression of what could be interpreted as racism, was based on the more ancestral feline and reptilian paradigms in conflict with each other, and other participating races. However, this was not the case for Temmerians, except for some specific people who could not find acceptance in anything that looked reptilian. They developed several healing modalities, based on previous incarnations as Naga people, as other forms of reptilians who held some natural knowledge on healing, and their fierceness came from their feline-avian side. However, they were impatient, which proved to be a weakness during their interaction with the Dracos. If they could not find their inner strength to overcome their fear of what seemed to be different to them, the Draco reptilians could become aggressive as a reaction to perceived rejection. The Elven people had to show determination and courage to earn the respect of the Dracos.
Errans were predominantly human-elven but some major differences distinguised them from the other Taygetan nations. Their paradigm was light-hearted but at the same time many of these people would seem more detached compared to the Temmerians and Dakoteans.
A beautiful prosperous nation with a touch of an ancient empire resembling some of the Asian qualities of Earth, they used crystals not only for technological development but also for decorative purposes, even in buildings. These qualities would create an environment that resembled some Asian fairy tales.
However, Errans faced many social difficulties regarding cultural stigmas and the fear of inner acceptance of these factors. Temmerians were more open to such expressions. However, when Errans joined forces with Temmerians, Dakoteans and other Taygetans, an interesting balance in their sociocultural backgrounds could be achieved.
The middle point
As Draco-Reptilians and Elven-Pleiadians interacted to fullfill the next attempt for polarity integration, several lessons were learned. What scars were left as the end result of a perceived failure, is something that can only be embraced through the acceptance of both paradigms and what each had to offer, both positive and negative.
Through the Earth human template, the programming of all light and dark species is blended in discord and in harmony.
Through the understanding of constrasting paradigms in our daily lives, we can understand in which areas of our psyche the reptilian is lacking of acceptance, or where the human is fearful of failure.
The outer world provides a series of inputs for our integration. What challenges us is what reflects our Cosmic past. Such challenges might reflect what comes from the Elven Pleiadian heart and mindset and what comes from the Draco Reptilian programming.
The beautiful efforts of the Taygetan Pleiadians to incorporate many of the Dracos to their society proved to be highly effective in other timelines within the two planets in development.
In which areas of your psyche and your life do you have a reptilian that wants to be understood by the heart of a Pleiadian? Can you find the point where both can converge and heal each other?
Karla Damarelya is an artist, healer and researcher in the area of natural resource management.
She began her awakening process through the vivid experiences of feeling and knowing the interconnectedness of individuals at the soul level since 2006 and the depth of harmony and disharmony in human relationships. Since then, having studied some basic healing methods, psychology and some notions from social and natural sciences, and amassed knowledge through her own spiritual practices, she has gained a greater understanding of the fundamental contribution of these disciplines and their deficiencies in trying to address individual and collective problems if we only approach them through the lenses of one or a few of these disciplines.
Instead, through a combination of disciplines she finds the inspiration to write about some of our ancient and modern individual and collective dilemmas, problems and lessons.