Andromeda is our nearest galactic neighbor at 2.5 million light years away. It is twice the size of our Milky Way. Spiral Andromeda contains over 1 trillion stars and 5 billion planets. Forming 10 billion years ago, it is younger than our Milky Way which is 13 billion years old.
The name Andromeda refers to a princess in Greek mythology and the nearby Andromeda constellation. Astronomer Ptolemy in ancient Greece catalogued Andromeda as an unknown celestial object, not aware what galaxies were at the time.
In 1924 American astronomer Edwin Hubble announced he had located Andromeda, calling it an 'island universe' due to its colossal size. He identified it as our 'sister galaxy' and nearest galactic neighbor. Modern astronomers refer to it as M31.
Andromeda harbors countless life supporting planets with advanced civilizations and diverse, highly evolved species. Andromedans operate primarily in the 9th dimension. Interacting with Earth for thousands of years, they are key allies assisting us through this ascension cycle.
Andromeda is on course to merge with the Milky Way, an event that will occur 4.5 billion years in the future. At that time it is believed they will form a massive elliptical galaxy.

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The Pleiadian star cluster is approximately 444 light years from Earth. The word Pleiades comes from the ancient Greek 'plein' meaning 'sail.' It is also known as the Seven Sisters, originating from the Greek myth of Pleione and her seven daughters. Image
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