Ancient ‘Star People’ And Mysterious ‘Flying Shields’ Are Common Notions Of Native American Tribes

Humans freely communicated with “people from the stars” on this planet we call home, according to cultures with a thorough awareness of the metaphysical planes of reality.

Prior to the greedy invasion of the Americas by the rapacious Europeans, diverse civilizations existed in these countries that did not share the colonialists’ ideals but instead had their own unique belief systems as well as valuable old knowledge.

Much of this knowledge had been suppressed by colonialists of the time, but a few philosophies have survived the test of time and are now providing perplexing insight, as these old notions go counter to the dominant Western worldview.

Surviving tribes allude to the “Star People,” a word that refers to numerous entities of extraterrestrial origins who fell from the sky at some point in the past to share part of their wisdom with those who were deserving of their “gifts” of knowledge.

These ancient peoples had made contact with a variety of advanced alien species, as shown by the numerous mythology detailing such meetings.

Former cultures of the Americas spoke about flying objects and technology so sophisticated that it might have been mistaken for magic, although being separated by millennia. The Native American tribes’ tales are unusually rich in detail.

Richard Wagamese of the Wabaseemoong First People says, “My people tell us of Star People who came to us many decades ago.”

“The Star people brought spiritual teachings, tales, and universe maps, which they freely distributed. They were generous, caring, and provided a good example for their children. My folks believe there was a loneliness like no other when they went.”

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“Where did the Star people go if they came to the Ojibway?” Where did they originate? Who was it that brought them teachings? What scientific magic did they possess that enabled them to embark on such a fantastic voyage – and is it feasible for us to do the same?”

Hopi Indians recognize that they owe much of their cultural history to their ancestors who came from the Pleiades, and much of their way of life resembles that of the aliens represented.

Is this evidence that their origin tales are more true than fiction? It’s possible that’s the case.

Legend Rock near Thermopolis, Wyoming, has a petroglyph.

The Dakota people refer to the same star cluster as the origin point of their ancestors.

The Cree, who believe that their founding ancestors fell from the stars in spirit form and then manifested as human beings at some time in the distant past, are not far away.

When mystical celestial spirits transcended into the earthly world, Lakota tribes say they constructed energy shields around them. They were frequently seen as bright orbs of light, and they would occasionally adopt gifted youngsters to accompany them on their journeys around the universe.

The notion of alien visits is not new or unfamiliar to Native Americans, but they approach it from a more spiritual perspective than we Westerners.

Stephane Wuttunee, the author of Plains Cree, elaborates on this in a UFO digest article:

“[My people] pay significantly more attention to pursuing spiritual knowledge of things than individuals from dominating cultures do to finding ‘the truth.'” This is one of the reasons why, rather than asking questions or taking the hard, straight approach, we prefer to take a step back and observe or listen first.”

Because of the closeness of Wuttunee’s community, he was able to listen to his elders’ stories, which included information that had been passed down from generation to generation.

The stories frequently reminded him of “distant relations and Star People living among the stars” with whom his tribe had made contact.

“Star People was just another name I grew up around,” Wuttunee confessed in his report, “far from being anything to be feared.”

“I recall listening in astonishment and interest at the idea of us having relatives who lived off and beyond our world, and I remember speaking to them occasionally in my quiet hours at night.” I wanted to know who they were and what they looked like, as well as whether or not they had families like ours.”

“It wasn’t until I was in my late teens that I realized that individuals from the dominant culture were talking about the same ‘people’ as my elders, despite the fact that each side’s perspective of these people seemed to be completely different.”

Could Wuttunee’s remarks be a combination of our current understanding of extraterrestrials and the creative character of his elders’ stories?

It’s possible, but the fact that Native Americans have long talked about “flying shields” suggests a different reality.

Before the UFO phenomenon became a mainstream media sensation, an Oglala Sioux mystic knew as Black Elk (1863-1950), who had cruised alongside Buffalo Bill during his Wild West Show, depicted one of his UFO encounters, demonstrating that such encounters were not an isolated occurrence, but rather were ingrained in Native Americans’ lives and culture.

“So that disk came from above when I went to Vision Quest.” That’s what experts term an unidentified flying object, but see, it’s a joke. They lost touch with the wisdom, strength, and talent because they were not taught.”

“So that disk landed on top of me,” says the narrator. It was concave, and on top of that, there was another. It was deafeningly quiet, but it glowed like neon lights… Then came these little individuals, each of whom spoke a distinct language.

“I could read their minds, and they could read mine.” I was able to decipher them. As a result, there was a form of silent communication. You may read it like you would a book of silent symbols. As a result, we were able to converse… I accepted them because they are human. ‘Welcome, Welcome,’ I said.

There’s no denying that all Native American tribes have a strong connection to Mother Nature. They identify to themselves as the Earth’s “original guardians” and condemn the Western route to doom and gloom.

According to them, the relationship between this planet and her offspring has been gravely damaged, and the uprooting phenomena that humanity is currently experiencing is the very reason why maintaining contact with the Star People has become so difficult.

They also provide a way to unlock this ancient and holy relationship between ETs and humans.

It takes the shape of a worldwide awakening, a shift in consciousness that will reclaim our right to reach out (or be contacted) to these evolved creatures.

This may seem enticing and plausible in the future, but I’m afraid that all of Earth’s species are on the same boat and the powers that be have all of the necessary tools to blast an irreparable hole in the deck, serving us all a one-way ticket to space.

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