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  • noun Plural form of Setian.


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  • It was largely wrecked by a group called the Setians, before I left, although I heard it quickly rebuilt itself.

    Thirst No. 3

  • “Do the Telar have records of a group called the Setians?”

    Thirst No. 3

  • As children of the nobility they were attended by a large body of slaves whose numbers had been swelled by many whom the Setians themselves had purchased from among the prisoners taken in the recent war in Africa.

    The History of Rome, Vol. IV

  • Their numbers were obvious, the paucity of the native Setians was equally clear, and no military force was close at hand.

    A History of Rome During the Later Republic and Early Principate

  • Like during the Cold War, that was all by the Setians design, and the rise and fall of the Roman empire.

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  • Then the Setians trap them here, and in order for their species to survive here they have this mass exodus that happens before the humans arrive on Earth, with 10,000 of their people going off in hiding in the mountains.

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  • There is this tower of Babel affect that happens, so anyway at this point the 10,000 Setians infiltrate.

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  • This is more like one of the weapons, one of the tactics, that the Setians are using against humanity is to create the world's religions to keep us divided.

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  • Mankind came here in the beginning and invaded, they were in search of this power that the Setians have and this knowledge that they have which is everything, they have all the knowledge of the universe.

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  • That's the whole, the whole thing is that mankind has been trapped here by the Setians.

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