Scripture Decoded: Shadrach Meshach and Abednego

A Pleiadian From Merope

Throughout scriptures Pleiadians are referred to in many ways, including Angels, Lords, Elohim and even God or Sky Gods. Each culture and time period had different language to mean roughly the same thing; extraterrestrial or higher dimensional being.

In the Bible’s Book of Daniel, King Nebuchadnezzar commanded the people of Babylon to worship a 90 foot tall golden statue he built. A golden statue in Babylon would have represented the dark forces, most likely Oppisheklio, a false light entity that played a Sun God in many myths. Three men, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, refused to kneel and were thrown into a fiery furnace.

A fourth man suddenly appeared who was said to be an “Angel” in some translations and, “like the gods” (plural) in others. The men were unharmed by the fire and the Angel disappeared. This is a reference to a Pleiadian. The Pleiadian is confirmed by Neioh to be from Merope.

These men were taking a stand against an oppressive evil and in this instance an intervention was allowed. The Pleiadian was observing from a cloaked craft and transported himself to the location to protect the men and then returned to his craft when it was over. It serves to remind us that benevolent protectors have always been with us.