Wesedak

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The main groups of Negative Aliens the Annunaki, Draconians and Necromitons that source out of the Phantom Matrix spaces in the parallel systems that invaded through Orion, formed alliances to take control over the earth, and these intruding groups are referred to as the Negative Alien Agenda (NAA). These groups used technology to open wormholes that were blended together to create the power required to attempt to pull the earth body into the black hole system. This would lead into the phantom matrix where they exist and could then gain total control over the planet and humanity. The parallel system these entities came from is called the Wesa system, a Universal Time Matrix and its parallel with both particle and antiparticle aspects. Many of the Annunaki and their hybrids originate from the Wesedak system, while the Draconian species are coming from antiparticle universe called the Wesedrak system.

Black hole entities and metatronic races created the Gravitron vortex networks to link portals in our sun and earth, twisting the planetary blueprint into unnatural configurations called the Demon Seed. Metatronic reversals are manifested into spirals that harness the Gravitron in order to create an unnatural bi-wave field and artificial gravitational fields on this planet. The Gravitron is an electromagnetic harness type field that is part of a larger electromagnetic harnessing structure that was anchored into the earth during the Luciferian Rebellion. This NET is also connected to the hibernation zones where many souls have been taken hostage or trapped after the precession cycles, and the Guardians are consistently working to provide safe passage in order to rescue these souls from being stuck in these reverse-spin light fields. Recently, Taran Blue Dragons and Kumara Dragons, many of whom are known as the New Age Ascended Masters, have been retrieved and able to be transported to Andromedan platforms.[1]


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NET

Atlantian Cataclysm

CERN, Large Hadron Collider

Armageddon Software