On September 21, 2022 Elena Danaan published her third book, The Seeders, in which she describes her experiences with off-world people. I managed to read the book of nearly 600 pages in three days. Of course it contains a description of just about everything that happened since the publishing of her second book, We Will Never Let You Down, of which a lot was shared in her videos, and consequently in articles on this website, since september 2021. On top of that there is a lot of new information that wasn’t previously spoken about in her videos. I think that the big step forward since the second book is the opening up to the intergalactic level. This brings new insights and it also raises new questions. This article tries to shed some light on the 22 races that contributed to our genome: how much is intergalactic, how much is from our galaxy? How much is human, and how much is reptilian, insectoid and feline?
THE INTERGALACTIC CONFEDERATION
Before the publication of The Seeders we really didn’t know too much about the nature of the beings belonging to the Intergalactic Confederation (1). We were introduced to Oona, the Altean woman, who is the spokesperson of the Intergalactic Confederation. In June we got to know a person from the Ormong race (2). Elena did describe her meeting on a ship by the Intergalactic Confederation, with a drawing that was already shared in certain videos.
In the drawing on the left hand side we can distinguish the Alteans (on the right touching Thor Han), but also the small Gray-like beings whose kind apparently is called the La’Neel. Behind we can see the tall beings who are the original Pa-Taal (4). Right above Elena Danaan’s head there probably is a female Egon.
In her book 21 members of the Intergalactic Federation or The Seeders are presented in beautiful drawings. But not every member of the Intergalactic Confederation has donated its genes to the human template. In fact only 11 have done so. I only present the names and the category to which they belong: Pa-Taal (humanoid), Altean (humanoid), Elli-Yin (humanoid), Hoovid (humanoid, 15), Oyara Maruu (humanoid), Etherians (humanoid), Arag’un (Reptiloid), Ashai (Insectoid,16), Gray (Z-Neel, NOT the La’Neel from the drawing), Egoni (humanoid/vegetal, 5), Elyan Sukhami (feline).
FROM OUR GALAXY, NATARU, THE MILKY WAY
After first having had genomes from these 11 races from other galaxies we received genetic packages from these species/races from our galaxy: the Naga (reptilian), Anunnaki (humanoid/Gray, 6), Taal (humanoid), Noor(humanoid), Ahel (humanoid, 8), T-Ashkeru (Sirius B, humanoid), Selosians (Alpha Centauri B, humanoid, 9), Ummit (10) and Meton (11) subgroup (humanoid), Ohorai (12, humanoid), Grays (Eban, Xrog, Do-Hu, Solipsi Rai, Kiily Tokurt (13).
This makes a total of 21 races. The Pa-Taal would have started their genetic insertion on a Lemur-like being, which would have been the first primate on which the genes of all the other races would have been built.
So we finally know on whose 22 packages our genome is based. One animal (a Lemur), many humanoid species (15, including the Anunnaki), some Gray races (2 (and the Anunnaki, but I won’t count them twice), or more since various groups are mentioned), Reptiloid (2), a feline (1) and even an insectoid race from another galaxy.
This raises a few questions. For me the biggest question is: how are the Gray, Reptiloid, Feline and Insectoid genes expressed in our very humanoid looking body? Does this imply that we are able to tune into the Naga, certain Grays and insectoids when all our DNA would get activated, or at least from those who have these lines in their genetics. How does this relate to our human future on Earth, when we have these other genomes in our system?
In the book it is also implied that souls from various worlds need some resonance in the genetic household of the body they incarnate in, meaning that for an Arcturian (Ohorai for instance) soul, a body that has got some Ohorai-genes activated is needed. Apparently there has been no hybridization with the Andromedans, so would not participate in the star seed envoy program.
What seems to be important is that the 24 seeders are NOT the 24 seeders of the Intergalactic Confederation. Only 11 of them are our Seeders. Nearly half of those who are our Human Seeders are from this galaxy. Much more can be said about all this, but I would say this is enough for one article. Please share your thoughts below.
(1) The Intergalactic Confederation
(2) See End Note 56
(3) Danaan, E. (2022) The Seeders. This image was also presented in a few videos.
(4) In her book Elena Daan explains that this race of the Pa-Taal were the first ones to implant their genes into our predecessors. During the time the meaning of Pa-Taal has changed to all the 24 seeder races. You can find out more about all the 24 seeder races in The Seeders (2).
(5) I don’t understand why the Egoni are categorised as ‘vegetal’ in the summary on pages 527-528, whereas they are described as humanoid on pages 100-101 and they sure look very human 🙂 Alex Collier, however also mentions a ‘botanical’ species as part of the original seeders. See End note 165
(6) The Anunnaki are a hybrid race from the Sirian B T-Ashkeru and the Grays (probably the Ebans from Betelgeuse, 7). Also see: the Anunnaki and the Sirian Connection
(7) Read more about the Eban at the Nebu-page and endnote 62
(8) Getting acquainted with the Ahel
(9) On the Selosi from Alpha Centauri B
(10) Meet the Ummit from Wolf 424
(11) Having a life Span of Two Thousand Years – The Metoni from Proxima Centauri
(12) The Ohorai, Glaideal, Noo-Linn from Arcturus
(13) The Kiily Tokurt from Suhail (Vela)
(14) HTB (2022) Off- World Influences. See website: ET-Species.com
(15) On Hoova, Hoovids and the Hebrews
(16) See the bottom half of the page on the Ant People. There is an image of the Ashai there and you can also hear Elana Danaan mention the Ashai in a short video – The Ant People