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Stelan Culture
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A Stelan is any person with an advanced DNA heritage having origins in any of the offplanet peoples and an intimate connection to offplanet cultures. A Stelan can be an offplanet orphan, a hybrid, or any kind of prepared being. Stelans represent a wider spectrum of people, which means that regardless of what they look like their heritage is more advanced than humankind.

Stelans are far more common than we realize; it is estimated that anyone born from the mid-to-late 80s has (good) Stelan ancestry. The extent of the ancestry is the question. Nearly the entire human population has been genetically upgraded to such an extent that they are dissimilar to their ancestors in ways unimaginable.

Some of our thoughts:

  • In North America, there are roughly 165 million* Stelans.
  • Many people with an offplanet heritage do not easily fit in while others struggle with life-long challenges. These challenges may lead to alternative lifestyles and creative approaches to living.
  • Access to suppressed and censored advanced scientific and cultural knowledge is essential to stable development.
  • There are many people who will never know their real heritage, whether by choice or circumstance.
  • Stelan culture is not an urban myth, does not originate from a badly written Hollywood script, and does not depend on whether you believe it or not. Culture is in the genome.
  • Intelligence and paramilitary agencies have an ongoing campaign to persecute offplanet people. Methods of persecution can include anything from unrealistic vaccination programs to interstellar disinformation to directed attacks on individuals.
  • Living as a Stelan on a chaotic planet comes with its challenges. People with offplanet DNA are sensitive, altruistic, and bored by outdated ideas.
* Conversion rate: 35%, age under-25 (millions). USA: 320m pop., 112m. Canada: 34m pop., 12m. Mexico: 120m pop., 41m.