I read this, I thought it was interesting and I enjoyed the details.
I would have enjoyed to see some more specific notes on their culture and how they relate to each other personally. You learn a lot from society by who they consider to be a crimminal and celebratity and it is hard to get a feeling for a culture when everything is so even keel. If you spend you write a story about life at sea no reader will except that it was all smooth sailing.
Well now we are getting into the meat of this world. "The World of Neyathis has been populated by four major ‘invasions’ of humans from other worlds, including our (or an alternate) Earth, and so many of the peoples are strong analogs to known cultural groups" Did I some how miss this in the world of Neyathis write up. This discussion of why you wrote the world this way should be more prevalent if you are going write these meta-subs. But this is a neat idea and it us fun as a fellow dork to see why and how you wrote this.
However, this strikes me as no more developed than your Aldruku sub.
"their kingdom was shattered after a terrible defeat by their enemy" is this opposed to a a terrible defeat by their friends...
"As a dead people, they are little more then backstory, the creators of ruins and odd artifacts."
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Are they a story worth telling or not?