Galactic Languages


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PAO update 24/6/2003:
Our spoken language is contextual in nature. For example, the word 'selamat', which means condition, precedes words in a greeting or salutation to emphasize the word or phrase that follows. 'Selamat Ja!' means 'may a condition of Joy or oneness be present'. This can be further reinforced by the word 'Jarin'. '-Rim', '-rin' or '-ran' signifies 'ultimate'. Thus, 'Selamat Jarin' means 'Blessings'. We see Joy as the natural state of all sentient Beings - in fact, the word for the Creator is 'Ja Ta' or 'Joy of Heaven'. Water is 'Wa Ta' or 'thing of Heaven'.'Sa' means 'one', both as a number and as an individual. For example, 'sa bha', 'one soul' and 'Washta sa', 'Mister Washta'. The Sirian language contains nearly the same number of consonants as do most of your Earth languages. It also contains five major vowels, which are strung together to form words. Because verbs and nouns are given equal weight, our sentence structure will seem strange to you.

These words can be broken down into a number of basic proto-words. Normally, these consist of a consonant combined with a vowel. For example, the word for the main continent of Muktarin is 'Sa-ka-ra' or 'the soul of female creativity'. 'Ra' is the principle of female creativity: 'ka' refers to the body guardian or its soul: and 'sa' denotes the entirety of anything. This same principle is found in your words. The Anunnaki realized, at an early stage, the power of language to unite or divide a population. Therefore, they scrambled their proto-word codes and made the meanings of proto-words in your many languages very different from one another. Ancient Lemurian closely resembles Sirian, as well as the language of Vega - the origin of all humans in this galaxy. The languages used by many of Earth's Pacific Ocean peoples come closest in meaning to the proto-words of galactic Sirian.


A quote from one of Drekx Omega's blogs:

Also notice how the Sirian language, as well as that of the Plejaren have a common Lyran origin. On earth, the nearest approximation is old German and it’s Saxon offshoots. The German word for bridge is “Brücke.” The modern English word evolved from the Anglo-Saxon; “bricg.” And all these subtle variations in spelling and pronunciation are related in some way or another, on and off-world.

The Sirian word for a normal bridge would be in the feminine form of “bregga” and so a letter “a.” A practice adopted on Earth from our star brethren, it’s origins lost in antiquity, as with so much Earth history. Link to blog

Sirian Dictionary

Sirius - Akonowai - The blessed path
Third planet - Atarmunk - Holy place of the Atar (eagle like bird)
Fourth planet - Muktarin; Land of the blue seas
God/Creator- Ja Ta - Joy of Heaven
Water - Va Ta - Thing of Heaven
One - Sa

Soul- Bha
Ultimate - Jarin

Bridge - Bregga
Thank you - Zazuma
Be in joy - Selamat Ja
Good Day - Jai Bashara
Rejoice - Selamat Majon

Blessings - Selamat Jarin
Welcome - Selamat Bakir

Heartfelt welcome - Selamat Balik
We come as One in the Light - Zauda Zagon
Be blessed in Love and Joy - Selamat Kasijaram
Be blessed in Heavenly Love and Joy - Selamat Kasitaram

Pleiadian (Plejaren)

Origins of Plejaren writing

The Plejaren alphabet consists of 26 letters, of different shapes and names then English letters, plus two more letters for the sounds of “ch” and “sch”. Meier copies them along with the pronunciations from Semjase's explanations. There are no umlauts or other pronunciation keys. This alphabet is 11,000 years old. It is taken from the ancestors of Plejaren scientists on Earth, who based the patterns on star formations as seen from Earth. The script is composed of circles (representing stars) and lines. Their older letters were much more complex and no longer used on Earth. But, it was in use centuries ago and often changed. Some current Earth scripts are altered forms of this Plejaren alphabet. The ancient scripts on Earth were brought by "the heavenly sons & daughters" who were responsible for the re-emergence of Earth humanity from savagery.

Sarat language and Kosan language

The name of the language that is spoken in the Pleja System is called Sarat. There is also a common inter-galactic language that is known as Kosan.

The following are words that are spoken in the native language of the Plejarens and their meanings: “Telenotical” is a type of telepathic influence that uses hypnosis and high frequency oscillations as inaudible signals into human ears, “Arimo” means to hold onto something, “Tir Nan Og” refers to green lands or a land of youth, “Geranisa” is the title for a mother-in-law, and “Spharmiddon” means the end of the Earth. In additions, “Adonis” is an ancient Greek word that means physically beautiful humans and “Senan” which is the name of our universe in Asket’s native language in the Dal Universe. Link to website

Knowledge of all Earth languages ever spoken

Semjase was able to speak the German language perfectly. It is much easier for the Plejarens to learn a new language than it is for Earth humans. They have access to every earthly language ever spoken as well every dialect and manners. Language training courses exist with language scientists and computers. Their computers have the means to transfer the information into humans during a hypnotic state where the language terms and senses are implanted in their memories. This process takes 21 days and an additional ten days to be able to speak the language fluently. Their scientists and apparatuses provide training for the correct pronunciation. This requires a total of 30 to 31 days. The language institutions on Earth use tape recorders, which is the initial way in which to construct machines like they use. Different places are already researching on how to use computers for this purpose. Link to website






























 The Alphabet above has a lot in common with Hebrew:


On the FIGU website (which is the official website of Billy Meier, a Pleiadian contactee,
I also found this alphabet. Perhaps this is "Sarat", but I'm not sure. Link to Website


Amual abaktu baraka bashad - May the Universal love and blessings be.
There is also a Venusian script that can be downloaded here

Agarthan (Inner Earth)

Quote from one of Drekx' blogs: The oldest language on earth is spoken by our Agarthan (Ag = Inner, Artha = Earth) brethren and is based on Lemurian, which in turn has Lyran origins, as do the languages of the Plejaren and Sirian peoples. Link to blog

The texts above are mainly copied from Cortex' blog (thanks :-)


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  • Always pronounce any Sirian word as reversing the sounds for "y" and "j", so that gajun is pronounced; "ga-yun." The same applies to the letters "v" and "w" in which a name such as "Vashtar" is pronounced; "wash-tar." (albeit not "wash-ta.") The Sirian word "ta" pertains to "heaven" and "tar" is a slight deviation from that state...Indeed, it refers to "heavenly focus," but not "heaven" itself...Thus an aspirational word, rather than a location...
    So, a watery flow that focusses upon a heavenly destination...It is poetic, and suggest a river that flows towards heaven....VASHTAR...(of the Atar clan, of spirit-warriors.)

  • "One" may be expressed as "sa," but in the context of being in a state of "oness," it is modified to "Selamat gajun." And another word for your growing library of Sirian language words, can be "jalwa," which pertains to "righteousness." So, one could invoke that state as; "selamat jalwa." which I tagged on a recent comment I made, while tackling a member's lack of the same quality...

  • Zauda zagon vin ja-ta e selamat majon....!!😊(We come as one in the light of heavenly joy and a state of rejoicing..)

    Reference sentence to recent message I sent out...

  • Zazuma! 🤩

    Although I can't edit the original post anymore, because I wrote it when I was still using my old account.

  • Here's another phrase for your collection: "dramu kas"….! (which means, much love) 


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  • I read the channeling. I thought the Sirian phrase may have been copied from one of Sheldan's older messages. Apparently not.

    I have a thing for languages so I find these galactic languages interesting.

    Hebrew has much in common with the Plejaren script, even the names of the letters. And Indonesian and Sirian have words in common, like Selamat. I don't know if the pronunciation is the same.

    And thank you, Kalestra, very much appreciated! 🤗

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