While scientists at the European Space Agency say that mission to “blow up” asteroid Apophis would be merely “target practice”, maybe Billy Meier’s information has already hit the bulls-eye.

The European Space Agency just announced plans for a mission to “blow up” an asteroid, in 2015, with a proposed target being none other than Apophis itself.

This is a perhaps hopeful sign that some scientists are actually listening to the information and recommendations from Billy Meier and the Plejaren – and taking the threat posed by asteroid Apophis quite seriously.

Should it indeed be the case that some intelligent people are paying attention, hopefully they will also take the Plejaren’s recommendation to deflect, rather than attempt to blow up the incoming object, as this could itself result in a huge catastrophe with a hellish rainstorm of pieces of the asteroid coming down upon us.

And while the ESA may never acknowledge that Meier’s information caused them to act – and be one of the few and most important instances of human beings actually changing a prophecy in time to avert disaster – suffice it to say that the benefit to humanity would be the most important thing of all.

Of course, somewhere in the distant future, perhaps there will be a comic book that tells the “hidden story” behind their hopefully successful actions.

See also:

U.S. Apollo Astronaut at European Space Agency Conference Confirms Billy Meier’s Warning About Asteroid Danger to Earth

New Cartoon Warns of Devastating Impact from Apophis Asteroid

Danger of Collision with the Red Meteor!


4 comments on “Are the Scientists Finally Listening to Billy Meier and the Plejaren?

  • Good stuff, Mr. Horn.

    Adolescent egoic pride in the scientific community (ie – Phil Plait) must go, for the good of all.

  • Hi Michael, I hope Apophis as well as many other potentially catastrophic events are avoided. What do you make of hurricane Irene, which is projected to strike New York City as a Category 2 Hurricane!? Tell me Billy wasn’t wrong when he foretold of devastating primeval storms. P.S. I reside in New Jersey hopefully this storm isn’t too bad.

  • Hi Ben, What can one say except that we’ve been warned now for a long time of the increase in frequency and intensity of such events. Let’s hope you all can ride it out there with minimal disruptions.

  • Also, speaking about Apophis, Linda Moulton Howe was on Coast to Coast AM last night talking about the dangers of Apophis. I find her Apophis tangent sort of amusing. Of course no mention or credit to Billy..

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