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Elijah was not a human but a Pleiadian who walked among humans. He was named Elijah by his human friends and other names were also used. His true name is Shekwah and he is from Merope.

People knew him as a Pleiadian “sky god”. At that time there were many pure Pleiadians among the people and they were often seen coming and going in crafts. It was not as surprising as it would be now. This is what humanity will return to. Through ongoing plagues and wars the density of the planet changed. Pleiadians were no longer able to come and go as Friends. They would continue visiting people in private that they knew would understand the truth.

Elijah is known for challenging pagan worship, and although the name Elijah is said to translate to “My God is Yahweh”, this didn’t originally refer to an Old Testament sky god. Elijah is a similar figure as Moses (Akhenaten) or even Yeshua in which stories about them were changed or invented to serve a pagan agenda in religious doctrine.

Shekwah of Merope

Shekwah didn’t live on Earth permanently. He was able to leave as needed, and he returned to Merope on a craft when his mission was complete. Shekwah has a family of 5 on Merope. He has lived on all stars of Pleiades except Taygeta, but is welcomed as Family when visiting. He’s traveled often with Galactic Forces. He has incarnated many times to Earth, into both positive and negative human lifetimes, including John the Baptist.

Crafts in Scripture

The “whirlwind” described in 2 Kings 2 is a Pleiadian Craft. Many times the word “Lord” or sometimes even “God” in scripture is used to mask references to benevolent contact with Pleiadians or other Galactic Federation races.

Yeshua speaks about Elijah

Yeshua informs his followers that Elijah has incarnated as John the Baptist.

Mathew 17:10-11 – Then his followers asked him, “Why do the teachers of the law say that Elijah must come first?”

Jesus answered, “They are right to say that Elijah is coming and that he will make everything the way it should be. But I tell you that Elijah has already come, and they did not recognize him. They did to him whatever they wanted to do. It will be the same with the Son of Man; those same people will make the Son of Man suffer.” Then the followers understood that Jesus was talking about John the Baptist.

Historical Time

Elijah is described as having lived during the reigns of Israelite kings Ahab, Ahaziah, and Jehoram (King of Judah), during the first half of the 9th century BCE. In Biblical texts, his first appearance positions him about about halfway through the reign of king Ahab, son of Omri who founded the northern kingdom in Samaria. This would place Elijah somewhere around 864 BCE, which is verified by Neioh.