Where did the Blue Gods of India come from?

Yesterday I noticed a number of people from India who were visiting this website. I decided to see if there was anything interesting to say about the connection between certain star races and India, and there certainly is a very intriguing link. This page talks about a certain group of people from the Star System of Vega and how they are said to be the well-known ‘Blue Gods’ that we know from the Indian Veda’s.

Locating Vega in the Night’s sky – The Summer Triangle (1)

Lyra is a constellation that you can find in the eastern sky, especially in the summer (in the Northern Hemisphere). The star that is not part of the parallelogram is called Vega.

We have spoken about Lyra before, since it contains a very special star with the ‘magical’ name of Kepler 62 (2), some 990 lightyears away from us. This star is special because it would have been the birthplace of the humanoid races.

The Star Vega in the Lyra Constellation compared to our Yellow Sun (7)

After the so-called Lyran Wars with the Ciakahrr (3) all humans had to flee the planets orbiting this star. They spread all over the galaxy, some going to the Pleiades, like the Ahel and the Taal, some headed to Epsilon Eridani (4) and another group ended up on planets circling a star that we call Vega, but is known as Olmeeka by the locals. Even though the star is in the same constellation, it is 965 light years closer to our planet (5).

As Elena Danaan points out in a video that is dedicated to Vega (6), the star is blue. The radiation of the star has had its influence on the dark Taal-skin of the people that live on the first planet (of the twelve that orbit the star) called Adara (8): it would have evolved their skin to brown with blueish shades, depending on how the light touches their skin (8, p.202-203).

An Adari Male – Drawing by Elena Danaan from (8, p. 203)

The people from this planet, the Adari, had an input on Terra in the area of India a long time ago, where they temporarily settled a colony, quickly chased by the Ciakahrr invaders in ferocious conflicts. The Adari in India have been taken for gods with bluish skin and they are still remembered in the vedic texts as the blue race of gods who came from the sky (6)

The Adari are now involved in the program of the Galactic Federation of Worlds to protect Terra. Their ships have beautiful profiled elongated silhouettes” (8, p.202)

In the video Elena says that there are a lot of Adari star seeds, since they are part of the Envoy Program (9). All twelve planets orbiting Vega are said to be inhabited. In the book (or video) you can get to know the Ahel-colony of the Elevar, the Ozman who were already living on the fourth planet of the system, long before the abovementioned Lyran Wars, and the Puxhity, who live on the same planet as the Ozman.

Krishna with a flute: an Adari from Vega? (10)

In Elena Danaan’s book The Seeders the root race of the Taal is introduced, namely the Oyara-Maruu: “7 ft tall humanoids, clear blue skin, black to grey hair. Root race for Taal. The gene seeded first in the Man system (Kepler 62 – Lyra Constellation) was engineerd to adapt to the environmental conditions generated by that particular star’s radiations, and the skin color of the first Taali was clear brown. Throughout the further colonization of Nataru, the natural blue skin genetics often re-emerged” (11, p.128)

See Endnote 128 for more links between ‘Gods’ and various People from the Stars.

(1) The Summer Triangle
(2) Getting acquainted with the Ahil
(3) The Ciakahrr
(4) Epsilon Eridani
(5) Another fine example of how enormous the differences in distance can be of stars belonging to the same constellation is Orion. At the page on Crop Circles and Binary Messages you can see an image of the various stars and their distances to our sun.
(6) Q & A – Vega (June 1, 2021)
(7) Vega Star Facts of our Future North Star
(8) Danaan, E. (2020) A Gift from the Stars.
(9) The Star Seed Envoy Program
(10) Lord Krishna image collection 1
(11) Danaan, E. (2022) The Seeders

5 thoughts on “Where did the Blue Gods of India come from?

  1. Nice to hear about our popular star Vega and the Summer Triangle from Down Under!
    A binary star, KIC 9832227, in the area of Cygnus will collide and create a Red Nova explosion in 2022, according to Professor Lawrence Molnar, creating a pedestrian visible light show. This is based on his research from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Department of Physics and Astronomy.


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