Pleiadian Alaje

Pleiadian Alaje

I found this video on YouTube. There are lots of videos like this claiming to be messages from one alien race or another. There was something about this one, oh yeah, it was where they say:

“This is not Science Fiction. If you are intelligent, you will investigate this information before you criticise it.”

Well, the jury is out on me, but I’ll give it a whirl. Come along for the ride.

Well, since they invited research I will start with some actual research.
http://www.lightloveharmony.com/alaje-the-pleiadian-meditations.html

Since the claim is made that this entity is from the Pleiades, lets start by looking at what we know about the Pleiades.
We can start with what the National Astronomy and Ionosphere Center has to say.

The Pleiades star cluster, also known as the Seven Sisters and Messier 45, is a conspicuous object in the night sky with a prominent place in ancient mythology. The cluster contains hundreds of stars, of which only a handful are commonly visible to the unaided eye. The stars in the Pleiades are thought to have formed together around 100 million years ago, making them 1/50th the age of our sun, and they lie some 130 parsecs (425 light years) away. From our perspective they appear in the constellation of Taurus, with approximate celestial coordinates of 3 hours 47 minutes right ascension and +24 degrees declination. For northern hemisphere viewers, the cluster is above and to the right of Orion the Hunter as one faces south, and it transits — reaches its highest point in the sky, midway between rising and setting — around 4am in September, midnight in November, and 8pm in January.

Some good basic background information.
Cornell University has actually looked for planets in the Pleiades.

Direct Imaging Search for Extrasolar Planets in the Pleiades

We carried out an imaging survey for extrasolar planets around stars in the Pleiades (125 Myr, 135 pc) in the $H$ and $K_{S}$ bands using HiCIAO combined with the adaptive optics, AO188, on the Subaru telescope. We found 13 companion candidates fainter than 14.5 mag in the $H$ band around 9 stars. Five of these 13 were confirmed to be background stars by measurement of their proper motion. One was not found in the second epoch observation, and thus was not a background or companion object. One had multi-epoch image, but the precision of its proper motion was not sufficient to conclude whether it was background object. Four other candidates are waiting for second epoch observations to determine their proper motion. Finally, the remaining 2 were confirmed to be 60 $M_{J}$ brown dwarf companions orbiting around HD 23514 (G0) and HII 1348 (K5) respectively, as had been reported in previous studies. In our observations, the average detection limit for a point source was 20.3 mag in the $H$ band beyond 1”.5 from the central star. On the basis of this detection limit, we calculated the detection efficiency to be 90% for a planet with 6 to 12 Jovian masses and a semi-major axis of 50–1000 AU. For this we extrapolated the distribution of planet mass and semi-major axis derived from RV observations and adopted the planet evolution model of Baraffe et al. (2003). As there was no detection of a planet, we estimated the frequency of such planets to be less than 17.9% ($2\sigma$) around one star of the Pleiades cluster.

Did you get all that? There were a few funky terms in there that look like typos, but they are just technical jargon.
$H$ band, $K_{S}$ band and $M_{J}$ refer to frequencies used in infrared and microwave astronomy.
Brown Dwarfs are celestial fence sitters, right on the edge between being called super giant gas planets, or very small stars. Brown Dwarfs are lacking sufficient size to cause self sustaining hydrogen fusion at their cores, so they never “ignite” to become actual suns, and while it is technically possible for Brown Dwarfs to have orbiting bodies, it is extremely unlikely for them to be able to support life.

Results from a study completed in 2007 on the search for extra-solar planets in the Pleiades:

Astronomers using the Gemini Observatory in Hawaii and the Spitzer Space Telescope report their findings in an upcoming issue of the Astrophysical Journal, the premier journal in astronomy.

“This is the first clear evidence for planet formation in the Pleiades, and the results we are presenting may well be the first observational evidence that terrestrial planets like those in our solar system are quite common,” said Joseph Rhee, a UCLA postdoctoral scholar in astronomy and lead author of the research.

The astronomers analyzed emissions from countless microscopic dust particles and concluded that the most likely explanation is that the particles are debris from the violent collision of planets or planetary embryos.

Song calls the dust particles the “building blocks of planets,” which can accumulate into comets and small asteroid-size bodies and then clump together to form planetary embryos, eventually becoming full-fledged planets.

“In the process of creating rocky, terrestrial planets, some objects collide and grow into planets, while others shatter into dust,” Song said. “We are seeing that dust.”

While our sun is 4.5 billion years old, the Pleiades Aries stars are “adolescents,” about 100 million and 400 million years old, respectively, Rhee said. Based on the age of the two stars and the dynamics of the orbiting dust particles, the astronomers deduce that most adolescent sun-like stars are likely to be building terrestrial-like planets through recurring violent collisions of massive objects. The cosmic debris from only a small percentage of such collisions can be seen at any one time — currently, only HD 23514 and BD +20 307 have visible debris.

Very young stars — those 10 million years old or younger — may have a similar amount of dust around them as a result of the star-formation process. However, by the time a star is 100 million years old, this “primordial” dust has dissipated because the dust particles get blown away or dragged onto the star, or the particles clump together to form much larger objects.

“Unusually massive amounts of dust, as seen at the Pleiades and Aries stars, cannot be primordial but rather must be the second-generation debris generated by collisions of large objects,” Song said.

Not an environment conducive to either the evolution or long term survival of life.
I guess that is why he left.

Well, I thought it would only be fair to see what Alaje has to say on his… her… it’s, whatever, Website.

Since we are doing research, an obvious next step is to determine if Alaje is actually from the Pleiades. One reader asked the same question in his

Question: If someone feels that he(she) is from the Pleiades, how can one know that it is true and not the voice of his(her) ego who wants to feel different from the others? Is there any way to check if it is true?

Alaje: You will know for sure, when you have real contact with Pleiadians. Awake or in a dream.

There is some definitive data for you. All of the questions are phrased with suspicious (and self serving) similarity, but the answers still should represent Alaje’s own words.

As he has said many times in his videos, he is not interested nor participating in any religious organization, because a real
lightworker is free of any of these things.

His wish is to see friendly communities with spiritual people, who are self sufficient with own gardens,
without competition thinking, lies, envy, ego, arrogance, corruption, poverty, religions or fanaticism like it is in the earth society.
Communities that are based on real cosmic Love and friendship, just like on the Pleiades or other spiritually developed Star-systems.

Alaje’s central message?

THE MEANING OF LIFE IS TO HAVE REAL COSMIC LOVE IN THE HEART AND TO DEVELOP THE CONSCIOUSNESS.

Doesn’t sound like religion to me, but not being a religious person I feel compelled to include here a definition of religion so we can draw the distinction.

1. A set of beliefs concerning the cause, nature, and purpose of the universe, especially when considered as the creation of a superhuman agency or agencies, usually involving devotional and ritual observances, and often containing a moral code governing the conduct of human affairs.

2. A specific fundamental set of beliefs and practices generally agreed upon by a number of persons or sects

3. The body of persons adhering to a particular set of beliefs and practices:

It is easy to learn about Alaje, you can bring his message home in a 3 CD box set,  You still have to pay $49.99 at Amazon to find out how to make Real Cosmic Love happen for you. Though you should be aware,

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I guess you just have to have a little faith. But don’t be discouraged, there is no purchase necessary, Alaje and his followers are still perfectly willing to take your money even if you do not want a CD or DVD which hardly sounds like religion at all. To be fair…

Alaje has told us that he don´t accept any money from egoistic selfish people
because it is not given with the energy of unconditional Love.

But while he does accept all major credit and debit cards as well as PayPal, I do not see anywhere on the payment page a little box to check the says “I am Egotistic and Selfish” so Alaje can make a truly informed decision about whether or not to accept your money.

If you are concerned you might be to Egoistical and Selfish, I will offer to create a blind trust that allows you to send your donations to me and I will handle all the money personally to make sure Alaje gets his fair share.

Henry@GhostTheory.com

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