Aliens That Look Like Me

Today I was given the question to ask “where are the aliens that look like me?” It started from a response to a post on Facebook about the Anunnaki and me being thrilled to find aliens/dimensional beings that looked like me. Then it made me wonder, where are the other alien races that look like me and why is it that all you ever see in humanoid form are Caucasian looking ones?

I love that I’m connected with my multi-dimensional selves and guides that I get answers immediately or within the same day of asking the right questions. During an afternoon epsom salt bath, I did a guided meditation to “meet my spirit guide” via Jason Stephenson. Every time I do this meditation I learn more about myself or learn more information about the universe. This particular meditation takes me to the underworld or should I say inner world and the things, people and experiences I encounter there are truly eye opening. Well, during this meditation I was followed into my underworld by my black cat Sphynx who passed away June 2019. At the bottom of the jewel steps that take me to my underworld, Sphynx walks over to the hound of Hades and transforms into a black jaguar woman in white attire and a jeweled headpiece. A course me being very familiar with the kemetic gods, I started to think of Bastet. But before I could finish the thought the title “Jaguar Queen” entered my head, then the image of Panthro from the Thundercats emerges along with an image of an “Aztec” step temple and the words “Aztec” and Amazon come to thought( I used quotation marks for Aztec because the imagery looked like an ancient Mexican culture and Aztec was the first word that came to mind to put a name to the place). When I came out of this meditation, I tried to find an image or website that looked like or talked about a black jaguar queen or the black jaguar people. I did find that the Mayans have several jaguar gods, but there definitely wasn’t much info out there on the internet on Mayan, Aztec or Amazon gods. This got me thinking about the other topic discussed within that same conversation on that Facebook post.

During the Facebook convo, I was made aware of the discrimination that we endure on earth, the other alien races that look like me experience it too on other planets and in the higher dimensions. So just like how they’ve erased and destroyed our history or claimed our culture as their own, the same is happening dimensionally. As above, so below and with that statement I understood the truth in the information I was told during that Facebook conversation. So a course during my search for the black jaguar queen and the black jaguar people I couldn’t find much. I further understood why “black jaguar” was emphasized to be searched and not black panther; because black panther a course brings up everything related to the Marvel movie Black Panther.

After being frustrated by that search, I switched to looking up Panthro, the Thundercats and saw my childhood cartoon in a whole new light. They put so much truth in these cartoons, you just got to be open enough to recognize it. Thundera, where the Thundercats were from wasn’t a fictional place. If you know anything about the galactic wars, the history of Thundera sounds way too familiar to what’s happened to so many other planets in our universe. More importantly, Panthro was the only cat being that looked like me on Thundercats and he was discriminated against by the show watchers and critiques. Why would people be so upset over the strongest and smartest Thundercat having melanated skin? For the same reasons, people that look like me are discriminated against everyday. To be honest I don’t even understand why people that look like me are discriminated against, so I obviously can’t list any reasons in this blog.

So, I encourage all spiritual beings incarnated on earth to try to find alien races aka dimensional beings that look like you. Don’t be afraid to ask why there aren’t any. Don’t be afraid to follow the trail of certain cultural gods and their short uninterested write ups on Wikipedia by diving deeper into your own research. Remember to ask your guides and ancestors to reveal to you what you seek.

Anunnaki
Ix Chel, Mayan Jaguar Goddess
Ek Balam, Mayan God represented by the black jaguar
Panthro from Thundera