Rad’l From Regulus, a Protectorate
Rad’l came to me a day or so ago. He was a very commanding ET sitting at a desk, working on something, while he connected. I could see his discolored nails on enormous, powerful hands. His back was covered in quill-like hairs reaching to the ground all the way from his head. He had a very commanding expression on his face. But behind the warrior energy was something more peaceful. If you look at the image, you might be able to catch that one moment it looks very warrior-like and aggressive and the next it is calm, slightly smiling, and serene. When he said Leo, I was thinking of Lyrans. I kept thinking he was a Lyran and I was just confusing his likeness somehow. But then he clarified.
Here is his message. Side note: I don’t believe I was aware of Regulus as a star. I thought he was referring to Rigel in Orion. Then I found out Regulus was real and was shocked it when it came up in a search… along with some other stars and species I’ll get to in time.
“I am Rad’l from Regulus. From my understanding, we are much like your Earth hedgehog. Our hair is soft and rolls over. It is not sharp. But it is quill-like. And we are covered in them. We are from Regulus. A star system your world knows about. One within the constellation you call Leo. But we are not Lyran. We are not related to them. We do not live with them. But we know of them. We are a race of superior beings who used to conquer worlds far and wide. We have shifted our ways with the help of other races to become a benevolent force in the universe. We shifted our ways after the destruction of several worlds. I am here to say that many can change. That just because a species is known for destruction does not mean it cannot be a species of peace in the end. Many have learned from their mistakes. We are one of them. A militarized species. One who knows war. One who is extremely protective of other planets now. Instead of being a force of invasion we are now a protectorate. A protectorate who brings their forces to protect other planets. We have been working in unison with other beings to protect yours. To protect yours from those who will not learn the lesson of peace. In the end, everybody has choice. Every species has choice. Some choose not to be forces of benevolence. Some choose to be forces against the creator. Against the right to thrive. How you choose to perceive us is up to you. You can perceive us in any way you wish. And we will still do our purpose work of the now moment, which is to protect planet after planet that we know of. We are friends. We are family. And we are here to help. Do not believe the stories of invasion. Do not believe the spinning tales. Those stories have existed in the past. But those goals are not the goals of those with Earth now. We are working to right those. We are working to protect everyone. We are a commanding, unified, militarized, protective, warlike, benevolent species. Just because we know war does not mean we are malicious. You have your warriors of war. And we are warriors of war. But now we fight on the side of benevolence. Our species is called the Pertiguans. You can call me Rad’l. That is all.”
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