Lyra is a constellation used in the mythology that humans were seeded by beings from this star group.[1]


In astronomy, Lyra is the name of a northern constellation, situated between Cygnus and Hercules.[1] It is bordered by Vulpecula to the south, Hercules to the east, Draco to the north, and Cygnus to the west.[2]

The brightest star in the Lyra constellation is Vega (Alpha Lyrae). Vega was the pole star in the year 12,000 BCE.[3]


Lyra is a constellation that has been referred to as Vultur Cadens or Aquila Cadens ("Falling Vulture" or "Falling Eagle").[4] Thus it’s easy to assume a race of “birdlike beings” or “bird people” coming from this star group.

Lyssa Royal and Keith Priest wrote about alleged Lyrans, in their book The Prism of Lyra, as being “Founders” or “Creator Gods”.[5] According to Royal, Lyrans are 6 to 9 foot tall[6] birdlike,[7] or catlike beings.[8]


  1. 1.0 1.1 Exopaedia, Lyran Group
  2. Wikipedia, Lyra#Characteristics
  3. Wikipedia, Lyra#Stars
  4. Wikipedia, Lyra
  5. Exopaedia, Founders
  6. Exopaedia, Lyran Giants
  7. Exopaedia, Lyran Bird-people
  8. Exopaedia, Lyran Cat-people


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