The Negamuk and the Galactic Federation of Worlds

(Coron from the Galactic Federation of Worlds – Image from Elena Danaan’s website (4))

While preparing an article on the 9th Density beings in our galaxy I bumped into Coron so to speak. Coron is one of the contacts of Elena Danaan and he is from a planet called Dakoorat that orbits Ashaara, a star that we call Taygeta in the Pleiadean star cluster (1,2). In 2021 there were a few Q&A’s in which he participated. In A Gift from the Stars we can read in the introduction to the 110 races something about Coron’s role:

“Coron was a light being assigned to oversee our work. The process was made official and suddenly, it became authorized disclosure. We were writing a real book!” (p.76)

Coron is a 9th Density being who can take on a more human appearance and according to Elena he looks like the man in the image.

In the interview of April 27, 2021 (3), one of the viewers, Caroline, asks an interesting question about the Negamuk. The Negamuk are far from a 9th dimensional species. They are not part of the Galactic Federation of Worlds either. They apparently look a lot like the aliens in the movie Independence Day, but I prefer the drawing that Elena Danaan made in her book. They are from the star system that we call Scorpio, and the star is called Antares.

Image from Independence Day – Negumak-look-a-likes (5)

In the book the Negumak are said to be the worst nightmare for the Ciakahrr (6). Lets read along: “They are terrible warriors and terrorize everyone, even Ciakahrr (that is to say) just by thinking about them. They are highly feared and not part of the Galactic Federation of Worlds (GFW). Negumak have the power to wipe out the Reptilian race off existence and we are still, to this day, trying to figure out how to win their alliance” (p.268)

To get back to Caroline and her question: she said that she had a dream in which there were hundreds of these Negamuk (or Gnomopo) getting out. Elena responded to this by revealing something new that was not mentioned in her books, namely that the GFW have been able to form some kind of alliance with this race, which are supposed to be one of the oldest known races in existence. They still are no part of the Galactic Federation of Worlds, since they are far too agressive and indepedent in war conquest, but they agreed to help in getting rid of the Ciakahrr from our solar system.

When Elena Danaan spontaneously wondered what they would have had in return, Coron added something quite valuable. He said that they got peace in return; the GFW is now helping them secure their territory as a protection force. That’s what they got in return (link 3 leads directly to this excerpt).

LINKS
(1) Danaan, E. (2020) A Gift from the Stars. Amazon Press.
(2) The Real Names of Various Stars – How they are called by their Own People
(3) Q&A April 27, 2021 – Believe in Yourself – With Coron
(4) Interstellar Contacts
(5) Facebook contact
(6) The Ciakahrr | Galactic Anthropology

5 thoughts on “The Negamuk and the Galactic Federation of Worlds

  1. Hi
    This is interesting and I wonder who or what is “threatening” a race made up of terrible warriors who terrorize everyone and even the Ciakahrr fear them just thinking about them? Why do you need help from the GFW? Who are they at war with?

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  2. Yes, that thought crossed my mind as well. Perhaps there are random trespassers who accidentally enter their space what annoys them. I guess they don’t feel like fighting and killing all the time? They might prefer some Scorpio silence for themselves, without the constant need to guard their territories?

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  3. Mmm, I don’t know. According to “A Gift From The Stars”, the Negumak are not only feared warriors that even the Ciakahrr fear, but they themselves terrorize everyone and everything. I just can’t imagine that beings that are described like that don’t fight themselves and then just because a few intruders happen to enter their room, they need someone to drive them away. Especially since it seems that the GFW “wanted to have them there” for a long time…
    (Sorry for my english.)

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    • Well, all I can see, Mona, is that to me it seems plausible that they simply don’t want anyone in their territory. Not because they are afraid of anyone, they kill easily so it seems, but simply because they don’t want intruders in their space. With this deal there will not be any intruders in their territory since they are stopped at the borders by the GFW. The Negamuk can have their time on their own without having to guard their garden, so to speak. Thanks for thinking a long. If you have any suggestions for new articles please let me know.

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