The Pleiades group is an open star cluster in the constellation of Taurus, existing approximately 400 to 500 light years from Earth. There are 250-500 stars within the cluster, although only nine have been named. Most ancient cultures claim seven stars and thus the stellar formation is also known as the Seven Sisters Star cluser.



According to some people, the Pleiades Cluster is home to an ancient humanoid civilization known as the Pleiadians.

The Pleiadians splintered off from the Lyran group. Some used (and are infused with) Earth genetics too. Mainly caucasian, with a lot of variety, much like on Earth. They can range from 5 feet to 7 feet. Their eyes are bigger than human eyes, and the tone of the color of their eyes is different from blue. Also, the tone of Pleiadian skin color is quite clear.

Many "Blonds" or Nordic type aliens contactee encounters come from the Pleiades.

In the old Earth epoch, the Pleiades used to visit and made contact with humans. Some believe that the Caucasian race is the hybrid offspring of them with humanity. Many of them have been confused with angels, because of the clear and shiny suits.

The Pleiadians are part of the Federation of Planets, though there are some renegade / break-away factions. Some of these - mainly from Alcyone - joined the Draconian Empire (per A. Collins), while others prefer to stay neutral.

They originate Pleione system in 9 stars agglomeration as:






Sterope 1 & 2

Taygeta (also spelled Tayget)



Pleiades in Science FictionEdit

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The planet Abyormen from Hal Clement's Cycle of Fire is located in the Pleiades Cluster, specifically orbiting the star Alcyone.

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