- They love freedom and can make great efforts to maintain their freedom
- They enjoy traveling and some will choose a purposefully nomadic lifestyle, whether on foot, by bike, by boat or by plane
- They may be inclined to travel or wander as a method of spiritual expansion
- They don’t like to make commitments or feel compelled to do something
- They are not punctual and may be late
- They are very protective of their emotional limits
- Can detect emotional manipulation and can’t stand feeling guilty
- Really dislike when they are treated unfairly
- They need freedom in the expression of their true self
Of all the star seeds, they have a harder time understanding why humans need to pay to live on a planet they were born to.
Because of their eternal, freedom-loving nature, Andromedan star seeds are a strong driving force behind evolution and social revolution.
Andromedans are often labeled as scaly or unreliable because they have a hard time adapting to life in Western societies where time is tightly monitored. Andromedans do not like to be monitored at all and may have difficulty with the relative lack of privacy we all currently experience on Earth. When an andromedan seems to have no control over their life, there is a tendency to flee to maintain autonomy. When Andromedan starseeds feel that their parents are controlling too much, it can result in strangeness or, if they feel too controlled by the government or society, they may choose to live outside the network.
Andromedan stellar seeds tend to work in areas that focus on empowering and giving back control to individuals. They work to promote food security, sustainable alternative construction, off-grid living, alternative energy sources, creative freelancing, artists, teachers, spiritualists, and other occupations working to restore freedom to humanity. They can also engage in activism for social change, privacy and against imperialism, classism, racism and colonialism.
The Greek story of Andromeda
Andromeda was a princess, born to Cassiopeia and King Cepheys of Ethiopia. Her parents bragged to Poseidon that her daughter was prettier than nymphs. Poseidon sent them a monster and requested Andromeda as a sacrifice. Her father relented, chaining her to a rock, leaving her as a sacrifice, but Perseus rescued her and married her. The name Andromeda in greek means: ruler of men.
Andromedan starseeds protect and teach people about freedom, they are known as the holders of the great wisdom. They want to help the planet renew across many categories: governments, the environment, the way we treat ourselves, and each other. They try to teach us that time is limitless or an illusion.
Andromendans do not have stereotypical physical traits, their skin can be any color, they can be short or tall, some are elegant, some angelic, and some elven looking.
Many of them have astral wings, and they can have cone-shaped heads and wide eyes.
The free spirit of Andromedans
They get bored easily and don’t like to feel trapped (at home, in a job, in feelings), they can see through emotional manipulation easily and refuse to put up with it.
They often have issues sticking to the same job, relationship, hometown, or any other sort of commitment. They love freedom and they will do anything to protect their own. Andromedans do not like to be told what to do, they want to break out of the system and ignite others to do the same.
They love to travel
It is believed the connection with the movement and air travel reminds them of how they would travel at home on Andromeda. They have a hard time grasping the concept of having to pay to live on the planet on which they were born, they are the type to learn how to grow their own food and become self-sustainable, as children they can feel stifled by overbearing parents.
Mature andromedans will eventually learn to stop running and seeking out freedom however they can, because they will understand it is not the specifics of their own circumstances that will fulfill this need, they will have to learn to feel freedom within themselves. Andromedans tend to take professions that empower others to become better versions of themselves. Many people will look at them for advice since Andromedans are very wise people.
They are self-critical
It takes time and effort to enlighten their mind, most of them struggle with being self-critical. They put up emotional boundaries and refuse to let untrusted people in. They often don’t take themselves seriously and can’t comprehend how truly amazing they are. Their self-criticism also makes them expect that others are looking at them with the same critical eye, but they get surprised to find out how well-liked by other people they actually are.