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Spotlight: Pleiades

Spotlight: Pleiades

At the age of 5 in 1942, Billy Meier(1) said his contacts with beings from the Pleiadian star system began. Their worlds are "situated outside our space and time system in another dimension", and if we were to observe the Pleiadian system from our perspective we would see no signs of life, he writes.
The system is often referred to as the Seven Sisters, though most can only see six stars grouped together with the naked eye. It is a relatively young star cluster, formed just 50 million years ago and is located about 380 light-years from our sun.

1. http://www.figu.org/us/

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