Kaustubh Chowdhary #ufo #crackpot #conspiracy infinityexplorers.com

The number of alien species in the universe is the subject of numerous hypotheses. Entities from outer space have been spotted by many UFO enthusiasts, abductees, and even members of the government. Alex Collier is the only person who has talked to aliens from Andromeda (Andromedans) and given detailed information about them. Many of his interviews focused on the impact that various extraterrestrial species have had on the human race.
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The Andromedans are “one of the thousands of extraterrestrial races in existence.” Andromedans are humans with bluish skin and are taller than 2 metres. All human life forms began in the Lyra Constellation, according to Collier, author of “Defending Sacred Ground: The Andromedan Compendium.” But a war made their stars blow up, so people had to move to other parts of the galaxy to stay alive.

According to Collier, the variety of skin tones is because people have varied DNA and are exposed to different celestial bodies. In the Andromeda constellation, the Andromeda Beings are one of the oldest societies.
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We’re around 4,300 to 4,500 years behind the Andromedans when it comes to technology, according to Collier. They do not count years in the same way as we do on Earth, in 365 days. According to many extraterrestrials, one year is the time it takes for every cell in their body to copy itself, which takes around 34 years.

Collier claims that humans are made up of 22 different alien races. He estimated that the planets in the eight galaxies closest to our own have a total population of 135 billion people.

When he visited one of those potentially habitable planets, he said that because of Earth’s poor reputation, the inhabitants were terrified to see him. Throughout the cosmos, humans are the only species capable of enslaving and killing their own people for their own gain.

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