Carrying a message of peace and hope for humanity, the Blue Avian extraterrestrial species exists beyond the confines of space and time. It is believed that these creatures have visited Earth for millennia, aiding in the spiritual development of humankind and helping to shift the consciousness of our species for the good of all.
Their message urges humans to help themselves, stating that ascension can only be reached by humanity solving its own problems.
Blue Avian-like creatures have appeared throughout human mythology. For instance, Ra, the Egyptian god of the sun was pictured as a bird-headed being, as was his accomplice Thoth. Ra was believed to represent the noonday sun; he was considered the creator of the seasons, months, plants and animals. He was most often depicted as a humanoid with the head of a blue eagle, wearing a crown with the solar disk, a serpent coiled around its circumference.
Ra was accompanied by Thoth upon his solar barge, carrying the sun across the sky each day and laying it to rest at night. Thoth was an integral god within Egyptian mythology, maintaining the universe, solving disputes, and developing systems of writing, magic, and science. He is pictured as an Ibis-headed man.
Many other world cultures have myths of bird-headed beings, including the Sumerian god Abgal. This ancient god was said to have given humanity its first moral code, as well as the arts and crafts important in Sumerian culture.
Within Hopi beliefs, the Eagle Kachina is the messenger spirit between humans and the Creator.
In the Hindu religion, Garuda is a divine being with the head and wings of an eagle. He is said to be the sworn enemy of the Naga serpent race and is the steed of the god Vishnu.