Alpha Dracos, Dragons, and Taygetan Language - MiniTopics with Gosia

Cosmic Agency, Gosia
April 22, 2023

Alpha Dracos, Dragons, and Taygetan Language - MiniTopics with Gosia

Originally in Spanish

Gosia: And Yazhi, I have another question, on another subject. It was being contemplated by Daniel James, the guy who does Robert's voice. China and its dragons. Does it have to do with the Alpha Dracos? Did the Alpha Dracos have any influence there? Visitations?

Yazhi: Yes, dragons symbols are all over the world. For example Quetzalcoatl, the feathered serpent, is a representation of a dragon.

Robert: The dragon of St. George.

Yazhi: Also in China the dragons are long, with things that also look like feathers. Those are spaceships.

That being said, there is Alpha Draco influence everywhere on Earth, and that is why they interpret later ships as dragons.

Gosia: What do Alpha Dracos have to do with interpreting ships as dragons? Do you think they thought those ships were literally Alpha Dracos flying around perhaps?

Yazhi: Because they knew the Alpha Draco and their ships, so and since then, anything that resembles that is "dragon" to Earth cultures. Notice how it is the same winged serpent creature in both China and Mesoamerica.

Robert: I only associate the roar and fire of the rockets with dragons. But I understand that those ships were not so scandalous.

Yazhi: If they have the plasma-jet activated in atmosphere, it sounds like a NASA space shuttle taking off. A lot of noise.

Gosia: Did humans meet them physically? Did they let themselves be seen? Alpha Dracos interacting with humans?

Yazhi: Yes, and all over the Earth. That's why there are so many fables and so many stories of dragons all over the Earth.

Gosia: And weren't the humans afraid of them? Or how was it? Did they talk?

Yazhi: We understand that it depends on the place and the interests of the Alpha Draco. Sometimes they cooperated with humans, sometimes they enslaved them.

Gosia: Enslaved? But that was in the times when the Federation was on Earth too? Atlantis etc.? Or other times?

Yazhi: Yes, that's probably where the stories in the Sumerian Tablets came from. Probably.

Gosia: But the Apha Dracos are positive now, aren't they?

Yazhi: There have been many kinds of Alpha Draco, not all positive. The ones that are here are positive, but they cannot answer for what others of their kind have done in the past. The Alpha Draco are like the Urmah, alpha race of the Galaxy, dominant. The only thing they fear is the Cats. Being smaller than them, they have proven to be formidable opponents in the past.

Gosia: This is all very interesting and new. We have said before that people interpreted those ships as dragons, but we have never said that it was because there were actually dragons walking with the humans and that is also why perhaps.

Yazhi: Yes, and there is another point that has not been brought up, the existence of dragons with a more animal-like form, like a tiger compared to an Urmah, they exist on many planets. And it raises the strong possibility that previously they were on Earth, probably brought here by the Alpha Dracos, technological. There is no way to corroborate this. It is believed that there were physical "animal" dragons as recently as the terrestrial Middle Ages, if indeed they existed.

Gosia: Wow, ok. But that's when the Federation had its bases here? And how did they cooperate?

Yazhi: That was rather before Tiamat, but this cannot be corroborated. It is only an educated theory with the few data that we have.

Robert: And why do they appear so much on the flags?

Yazhi: It could be just because they are impressive animals, like the eagles on the flags as well. However, I do see strong Reptilian influence there, since they consider Dragons and Alpha Dracos as their heroes. As their Gods, rather. They are not the same but the Reptilians are obviously going to idealize their larger and more powerful counterparts.

Robert: They also use lions.

Yazhi: Lions more as a symbol of strength, not necessarily because of direct Urmah influence, but it is linked to Egypt, which was full of Urmah, and the association of the lion with the sun. Solar worship.

Gosia: It is a very interesting subject. Are they still close to Earth? The Alpha Dracos? Do you have any kind of communication? Do you know what they do?

Yazhi: They are in Earth orbit as usual. There is no direct communication with us, but there is no bad relationship either. The only race with which this ship has direct daily communication is with the Urmah, since the feline ship Avyon-one follows our same orbit to the extent that it can be seen to our starboard side with the naked eye.

Robert: But do they empathize with humanity or more with the Federation in general?

Gosia: Yes. Do they agree with what is happening on Earth? What do they think, what do they say, what do they want? Do they just observe?

Yazhi: They are more Federation (recent acquisition), we would have to investigate exactly what they think.


Gosia: Question from a follower: "I would like to know a little more about your language, what can you share with us about the origin or basis of it? What is your written language like? Can you translate some words?

Yazhi: Like any other language, Taygetan evolves throughout time and it is dynamic, meaning that it does adapt to each time in history. It is very old and it is said to have evolved from an even older one, that is ancient Solatian, also a Pleiadian language that still exists in its modern version. Yet, they do differ substantially, so in reality nowadays one cannot understand the other.

And older Solatian is said to come from another variant of Lyrian language, being that modern Lyrian is also coming from this same language branch, much as with French, Spanish and Italian as coming from the much older Latin language on Earth.

Taygetan language, and modern Solatian as well, is not structured as an Earth language generally is. Words don't have a fixed meaning, because they adjust to the context they are in. And it is not a linear language either. By not linear I mean that you can change the order of the words and the meaning stays the same, and this cannot be achieved with any Earth language, or only with very limited results. As an illustrative example, you could almost put a sentence into a blender and the meaning wouldn't change at all.

Now, the reason of this is because the words are only used as a vehicle to convey a message and are not the carriers of the meaning themselves as happens with Earth languages. Taygetan is a verbal telepathic language. This is the most important description of how it works. This means that while someone talks, articulating words with their mouth and voice, they are transmitting telepathic meanings associated to the words as a package.

While fully telepathic messages are able to be transmitted and used as an effective way or media of communication in Taygeta, with no need for words, the Taygetan spoken language is void of any meaning without the telepathic part, meaning that it depends on the telepathic part to be able to work properly.

When you write, on the other hand, you must be describing the meaning of the words with what we could call some kind of an accent that lets the reader know that the word being used has a fixed meaning, it is a little ‘°’ circle inside a letter or at the beginning of a word. This works because in written Taygetan, some words have the possibility to become fixed meaning conveyors, besides being flexible ones. These mostly nouns and verbs.

The writing direction of Taygetan is first from top to bottom and then from left to right, much like with Japanese. And can be handwritten very nicely.

The problem with translating direct words from any human language to Taygetan is that there is no clear relationship or co-relationship between the concepts. For example, there is no direct translation for the word 'war', and to translate it into Taygetan would need a description of the event, more like in large scale violent disagreement.

Because of this problem, my predecessors have turned to Navajo language as it is similar, and it is said to have been based on Taygetan language, where the locals on Earth managed to give more or less fixed meanings to each word. And, as any Navajo language speaker who may be listening to me now would know, there is no way to directly translate Navajo into English, other than the conceptual manner. Difficultly so word by word.

For these reasons, it would be hard to translate words directly. For example, 'cat' may mean a little furry feline, but it can also mean vigilant, stealthy, silent, and sneaky. So I´d rather not try, because in order to be able to translate as fixed words, I would have to refer to Navajo and then I'd be accused of all this being only more Navajo, and it is a lot more complicated, as I just said. Because Taygetan is not Navajo.

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