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What do the Sassani people look like?

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The Sassani people are humanoid, small in height, about 5 feet (1.5m), of fragile build, larger eyes than ours, whitish / greyish complexion (although there are exceptions).
Only the females have hair, which is white with some exceptions.

The head is not as big proportionately as the Zetas; nose is small and mouth is smaller than humans but larger than the Zetas, and is functional.

Their irises are typically grey, but their pupils are enlarged, giving the appearance of almost totally black eyes.
They have 5 fingers on hands and probably they have 4 toes (or 5).

The Sassani people are telepathic and don't speak, they don't eat, drink or defecate.

They create offspring between a male and a female outside their body, without any physical contact, through an energy bubble imbued with their idea and harmonies of the higher mind - mind-soul-consciousness, where a child is formed from a single point like a seed. This happens because a 'body shape' is in our mind and not the other way around.

The child who has made the choice to be in their society grows and is telepathically guided.

At the age of 3 (in human terms) the children can go out on their own, learn what they want to learn, because every Essassani always knows where they are, because everyone is telepathically connected to their collective consciousness Shakani.

They are ONE family in that sense, a child belongs to every adult, and every adult belongs to every child.

To help the child learn, they create environments for them, to express their excitement and to experience the consequences of their actions safely.

Essassani children are encouraged to discover themselves in every possible way by using the synchronous energy that enables everyone to receive what they need, when they need it.

Artist interpretations of Sassani/Shakani energies
Left to right: Primary Facilitator, Anima, Bashar, Cybo

Artist : Vashta Narada
A visit to her website is absolutely worthwhile !!!
Or take a look at Vashta's YouTube channel
There is also a great interview with Vashta with Reuben Langdon on Vimeo (for rent).

Snapshot from documentary 'First Contact' by Darryl Anka