I laugh when I get questions like this. First of all, being multilingual on earth is not unusual. Most times, when a person lives in a country that speaks a dialect other than their birth language, that person will learn to speak the local language.
Star beings are also multilingual. There are many of us who have spent time in other star or planetary systems either between our earth incarnations or in parallel lives. We fluently access many frequency bands using different tones, dialects, and gestures.
People ask me a lot how do I know if I’m speaking a Pleiadian langauge or an Arturian dialect when I speak light language. There is no real way to know. All supernatural information is discerned by using intuition and trusting our guidance.
How Many Languages Are Spoken on Earth?
Ethnologue (published by SIL International) reports that 7,097 languages are spoken today. Spoken by humans that is. But what about the animals, birds, fish, reptiles, insects, and other conscious beings? Do they not have a voice? Do not some use clicks, pulses, or other internal devices to communicate? Everything (even stones, water, and air) emits a frequency that communicates with the innate intelligence of the Earth herself.
“Communication is a consciousness effort to understand another individual and to be understood by another person. Language is communication in vibrational form. Telepathy does not require sound to transfer information.” ~ Yvonne Perry, author of Light Language Emerging
So, when we say that a dialect is Pleiadian, we are not specifying which specie this sound or vibration is coming from. We are giving a star system or area of the galaxy where the language originated. To me, the unknown languages are not really languages. They can’t be interpreted word for word. There does not seem to be an alphabet-like baseline for building vocabulary. The languages are tools for accessing frequency bands or dimensions.