Interview with the Taygetean Pleiadian (Part 1): Dhor Káal'el - Extraterrestrial Contact

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Cosmic Agency, Gosia
Published
November 15, 2019

Interview with the Taygetean Pleiadian (Part 1): Dhor Káal'el - Extraterrestrial Contact

Gosia: Good evening Káal'él, and thank you for granting us this interview. Also thanks for the audio chat last week.

Dhor Káal'él: Thanks to you. In perspective, how do you see what I did?

Gosia: The audio? Great!

What you did, Káal'él, was very brave and we thank you dearly for it. You gave us more strenght. We are your friends, and not only contacts or media on Earth. And we have seen it as a HELLO on your part. A very special hello.

Dhor Káal'él: Very well then. Thanks.

Gosia: Can we start the interview? There are lots of questions and we'll split it in two parts. I will do the first part, which will be more general, and Robert will do the second more technical part.

Dhor Káal'él: Yes. I am ready.

Gosia: Káal'él, how old, in Earth years, are you?

Dhor Káal'él: I don't know how to respond this question.

Gosia: Reply from your perspective, the way you would like. In itself that too is a form of response.

Dhor Káal'él: I have even less chronological control over my age than Swaruu. I appear to be around 21 - 25, but in reality I am several thousand years old, 10000. I know it is not the "politically correct" answer.

Gosia: How do you know that you are that age more or less? How do you arrive at this conclusion from 5D perspective?

Dhor Káal'él: Only by the sum of what I have lived, as calculations via the time jumps. It ends up being impossible to calculate my age. It is the same problem as with Swaruu.

Gosia: I see. Someone gave me this question: I would very much appreciate if you can ask the taygetan pilot if he could describe himself physically from the head to toe.

Dhor Káal'él: In what direction?

Gosia: It is up to you.

Dhor Káal'él: Very well. I have no numbers or measurements as reference, but I wear soft boots with grey soles, that are around 32 centimetres long. They have traditional or common laces. I wear black trousers of thick cloth, but they are comfortable. I have a shirt of the same colour, with a grey t-shirt inside.

The shirt is part of the uniform. I wear a Pleiades emblem on my right shoulder, and a sand clock emblem on the left. In front of me I have the angel Suzy, that you already know. The shirt has long sleeves with two buttons on the sleeves and velcro closures in front. There are one-piece uniforms too, but I am not wearing one at the moment.

I have dark blond, long, wavy hair, that falls approximately 10 centimetres below the shoulders. I have very voluminous hair. I have bushy eyebrows, a big forehead, a straight nose.

My beard is short and blond, with a touch of red in the front. My eyes are dark blue, sea colour. My height is 198 centimetres barefeet, or two metres with the boots. I weigh 95 kilograms.

Gosia: I see. What is the Pleiades emblem like?

Dhor Káal'él: The nine stars, black background, stars in electric blue with a thin cross of long lines, just above Taygeta. The emblem is made of fabric, but they exist as holograms too.

Gosia: Do all the men wear the same clothing, or are you free to dress as you wish?

Dhor Káal'él: Here, when we are not doing anything official, or during operations, we can dress as we wish.

Gosia: Why nine stars? Don't they say that is is "the seven sisters?" Where did the nine come from?

Dhor Káal'él: There are seven sisters, and their parents: Sterope, Merope, Electra, Maia, Taygeta, Celeano and Alcyone.

Their parents: Atlas and Pleione.

Gosia: Thanks! I will go quickly with the questions as there are many. Someone asks: What type of sports do you practice in the Pleiades? The men.

Dhor Káal'él: More than anything, what you call general athleticism.

Gosia: What are you referring to?

Dhor Káal'él: Developing the body to the maximum, in multiple disciplines. Running, marathon, weights, climbing. Martial arts too. Kenjutsu. My friend here would add racing competitions. I don't just mean racing as in running, I mean racing with small ships.

The rules indicate that they must be constructed inhouse, by the pilots themselves. They cannot exceed ten metres of height, equivalent to human measurements.

Gosia: Alright, thanks! Besides sports, how do Taygetan men have fun?

Dhor Káal'él: Studying and the desire to exceed in every aspect consumes almost all our time.

Studying and expanding of our knowledge, exploring, be it normal or with technology, is our entertainment. There are few get-togethers with friends and family also.

Gosia: But do you also dance, listen to music, do arts, go to the beach, do more mundane things like that?

Dhor Káal'él: Yes. Here we combine studies and the personal advancement with entertainment.

Gosia: I understand. And now I will pass on more towards you personally. What do you like to do for entertainment? What are your hobbies, besides being a pilot?

Dhor Káal'él: Personally I spend a lot of time absorbing all information I can on ever possible subject. I read or work with the holographic computer to learn, it depends on what draws my attention on a particular day.

Also, I spend a lot of time thinking of technological designs and how to better existing mechanisms, with regards to engineering.

But for me, what moves me the most, is general knowledge. Of any subject.

Gosia: In 10 000 years you still feel you are learning? Aren't you tired of absorbing information?

Dhor Káal'él: I only observe a progressive need to learn more.

Gosia: Interesting. This question repeats a lot: Why did Káal'él come to Earth? To enjoy himself, to help or to learn? What is Káal'él's job in his crew and on our planet?

Dhor Káal'él: My work is the same as Swaruu's: Prepare the population for the total withdrawal of the artificial 3D matrix. I want the same as Swaruu, to prepare you so that you no longer depend on external guides. To prepare you to understand that it is you yourself you long to find, spiritually.

Gosia: Do you have other knowledge besides being a pilot?

Dhor Káal'él: What I have accumulated during my life. Any subject.

Gosia: Something in particular?

Dhor Káal'él: The same idea as Swaruu. Not to favour any knowledge or subject, since everything is equally connected.

Gosia: You, as a masculine essence, how do you see the men on Earth? What are their virtues and what are their defects?

Dhor Káal'él: I see that they are confused in their male identity. They are programmed to see themselves as defective women. That just by being a man they cause problems, or that they are the very cause of the social problems. They confuse "being strong" with "being a gross barbarian."

Fortunately I am not talking about all men, but they are losing the concept of being a strong protector who knows what he is and accepts himself this way.

And I accept that what I have said is related to control agendas.

Gosia: Defective women? Could you please elaborate this point, Káal'él? I didnt quite understand.

Dhor Káal'él: All the media have, by an agenda of depopulation, made us believe that everything feminine is good and all masculine is bad. It is an association of the masculine with the ´soldier or bully concept.

You cannot disqualify any gender. One has to complement each other side by side. They have implanted a guilt in the minds of the men, just for being men. The man is looked upon as something outdated, gone out of fashion. Even weak.

Gosia: It is an interesting point of view from a stellar person. The next question: Do you think that despite of belonging to a matriarchal society with an abundant number of women, they take men into consideration when there are important decisions to be made?

Dhor Káal'él: Totally. A matriarchal society is not synonymous with disqualifying the men. We have our place, as it would be expected.

Even though it is easy to feel a clear feminine presence all over, including here, it only provides us a greater identity. It lets us better see the strong contrast. It strengthens our identity. And women have a very clear gender identity as well.

As I have said before, there is a lot of estrogen here. But I say it as something positive, and they are excellent leaders. This permits us as men to dedicate ourselves to other more important things than politics. In itself we see that as a feminine ability, as it requires great communication abilities.

In addition to logically taking my role here for granted I add that in contrast to Earth, here I can be myself, develop myself honestly towards my own person. It makes my personal identity very clear.

Gosia: You said: This allows us to dedicate ourselves to other things more important than politics. What an interesting point of view. What are those more important things, according to you?

Dhor Káal'él: Expanding my mind, my knowledge, without worrying about the tireless political chatter that comes from having a command post.

We don't feel women command us. Rather, we feel like the women have lifted a weight off of us, a responsibility, since they are the ones who for the most part are in charge of everything. But if I or any other man wishes to have a commanding role, we are accepted as equals.

Gosia: What other things do you like about your work?

Dhor Káal'él: The feeling of absolute freedom and agility given by piloting a fighter ship. To feel that I help and achieve to positively affect many people.

Gosia: What scares you?

Dhor Káal'él: Nothing scares me.

Gosia: Good. Ok, next. Do we need some kind of specific preparation to enable ourselves to have an ET contact? What would you recommend?

Dhor Káal'él: The key is not to have attachments to belief systems. Seeing and understanding everything equally, whether or not different theories or information contradict ours. Knowing how to throw away an idea, in favour of a better one.

To learn to not depend on any external validation. Focus on the value of your own judgement, as it is true.

Gosia: And what is your point of view about the awakening of humans? What feelings do you have towards humans?

Dhor Káal'él: I have learnt to respect you, and to understand your points of view. I understand that not all can understand more complex aspects of the ascension of the consciousness. I don't like your attitude of litigation and fighting between equals. These kinds of conflicts indicate a great internal insecurity.

Gosia: As a military, wouldn't you have liked to take and liberate the Earth in a military fashion without so much unnecessary diplomacy that only prolongs the inevitable?

Dhor Káal'él: A military outcome is not convenient, because it is precisely what the controllers or the regressive's want. The awakening must happen little by little, being the same humans who personally and collectively dictate their ascension speed.

Even so, much work still remains in the military field, to control the regressive's who in an invasive manner try to hinder the advance of the human race.

This means that there really is no isolated pacific option. It is a coordinated military action with a view to protect the population. It is a defensive military situation, and every military person knows that defensive scenarios are among the most difficult.

Gosia: A great answer. Continuing with questions from our followers, this one is interesting: I would like to ask our friend if they considered what would happen to Taygeta, after the awakening of the Earth. We were told the Taygetean population is small, and now I am certain that there are many humans who wish to incarnate there.

Would that affect them, or perhaps the population would increase, would that benefit them?

Dhor Káal'él: In itself, that many humans would like to incarnate in Taygeta, is something positive. Those who make it will be those who truly are compatible in frequency. As Swaruu has explained, everything is frequencies.

There will no problem of overpopulation as Taygeta already has negative birth rates. They will be welcome.

Gosia: What ideas can you give in order to eliminate the scarcity beliefs in the mental programming that we carry in our subconscious, to replace it with beliefs of abundance?

Dhor Káal'él: You cannot go at the problem from an isolated scarcity mindset. It is resolved as a whole, as one advances in the consciousness awakening, more than anything in a personal manner. The mentality change occurs automatically when you understand why the (old) mentality occurs or occurred in the first place.

To be consciously aware of the problem is a good start. But it must be tackled together with everything else that comes with the awakening. It is resolved by moving forward in comprehension of reality in every way.

Gosia: Thank you. I am curious about how you will respond to the next question. Are the women from Taygeta as complicated as those of Earth?

Dhor Káal'él: I understand Earth women as I do the women from Taygeta, but they are very different in their mentality.

As it happens with the Earth men, the women are confused in the same manner by the mental control that is imposed on the population.

The mentality of the Terrestrial woman is that of a hurry, very centered around the biological clock. The Taygetan woman is very focused in that respect. The Earth woman is always in a hurry about everything, but this does not differ from the masculine mentality there. I mean that she is in a hurry comparing to a Taygetean woman.

In terms of the mentality I see Earth women very scattered. And I see the women of Taygeta very focused, with clear and sharp thinking.

The problems of Earth women that I have mentioned come hand in hand with all the other problems on Earth and its society, hence it is understandable. And it will be resolved.

Gosia: You said that you understand women from Taygeta just as the women from Earth. Where does this comprehension of Earth women come from?

Dhor Káal'él: By understanding the problem, you understand those suffering from it.

Gosia: An interesting answer. I will have to contemplate it. And I will add my own question here: Are taygetan men as bad communicators as they are here on Earth? (I am generalizing of course)

Dhor Káal'él: Women have generally always been better at communication, including personal aspects. Or feelings.

But the Taygetan man too is great in showing and communicating feelings and emotions. Generalizing. I know that he is much better than the human man, generalizing.

Gosia: How good. And you are romantic too, from what I have heard. From your perspective, is this true?

Dhor Káal'él: The Taygetan man is definitely more expressive with regards to feelings and how to show them. Especially towards the woman he loves. The feelings and the emotions are seen as something "not so masculine" on Earth, and therefore a weakness.

On Taygeta it is not like that. You are taught to understand and embrace the emotions, not to control them, but to integrate them as an inseparable part of our being.

And they don´t get out of control because in understanding the emotions and where they come from, or what generates them, brings them in harmony.

For the Taygetan man emotions and the feelings are not just not frowned upon, but they define the Taygetan man and are part of his strenght and what defines him as a man.

Gosia: I love this! Very good. For now the Taygetan man looks to me how I envision the ideal man, ha ha. I think I have little time left here on Earth.

Dhor Káal'él: What did you expect then?

Gosia: Nothing more, nothing less. In fact, I believe less. I am referring to my ideas of Pleiadians before meeting you all. I continue. Here is an easy question Káal'él. What kind of Earth music do you like?

Dhor Káal'él: From Earth I like instrumental music, classical music and also strong music or music to dance. I have the same taste as Anéeka and Swaruu. And I only speak for myself, not for others.

Gosia: Ok, great. I too have similar tastes. Three more questions. What do you like about humans?

Dhor Káal'él: I like that despite of everything negative that goes on, you move forward, finding reasons to laugh even with the simplest things. That you can create incredible things with what you can find lying around on the floor. Art made out of trash and music of any kind.

That even in the worst moments you move forward with an inner feeling that what you see in life is not everything. You move forward even with bad health, or after having lost everything. It is this inner strength I admire.

Gosia: Yes, you have captured it so well. It is precisely what I feel and what I admire about humans. We have a great determination and with the little we have we go on, creating wonderful art, smiling, moving forward. Generalizing. And this is why I go on supporting them. Thanks for capturing it so well and for appreciating the humans for all this. Two more questions! This one is repeated very much: Have you ever incarnated on Earth?

Dhor Káal'él: It depends on the definition of incarnating. But in itself the correct answer is no. I have passed as a human, I have been down there, I have lived down there more than once and in more than one place. But I have never incarnated.

Gosia: Why did you come down to Earth?

Dhor Káal'él: To understand from "below" what happens there, even if it is only limited. Just to dare. To face it.

Gosia: Interesting. I have the last question and I pass you over to Robert for technical questions that we have collected. How can we have a personal contact with you, and the ETs? Do you have an advise?

Dhor Káal'él: It is a bit difficult to answer this. I just want to say that here we are around 10 people who speak a human language, and there (on Earth) you are many thousands. More than anything that´s the reason. It is simply not possible to respond to everyone.

Furthermore, study profoundly the Taygetan contacts from all times, and be receptive. Be in constant contact with stellar information related to the contact with the surface. In itself there are problems of lack of personnel and it is practically impossible to have contact with so many.

Gosia: I see. Ok Káal'él, your responses are very clear, direct and profound at the same time. Thank you! I am sure that people will love to get to know you a bit better. I'll pass you on to Robert now.

Dhor Káal'él: Thank you. Greetings to all.

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