The Adventures of Billy Meier!” is a comic strip type presentation of certain information in the Meier case that is especially important for humanity to know about.

It is hoped that many people who may not otherwise see, or read, this information will find it more accessible in this highly visual format, leading them to a deeper level of discovery.

“The Adventures of Billy Meier!” is a comic strip type presentation of certain information in the Meier case that is especially important for humanity to know about.

It is hoped that many people who may not otherwise see, or read, this information will find it more accessible in this highly visual format, leading them to a deeper level of discovery.

Episode One concerns the Red Meteor, also known as the Apophis Asteroid, and the extreme danger it poses to the planet and humanity in the coming decades. And, since it is the next generation that will have to certainly face the consequences of the impact of Apophis with the Earth, should an international effort not be successfully enacted, it’s hoped that this will give them the needed impetus to help assure their future survival.

We are starting with the English language version of the specific portion of the text that pertains to the situation. Other language versions will follow. Click here for the full transcript of the translation and here for more information about the entire matter.

Also, in all the contacts from 1975 on, Meier was required to sequentially number each of the sentences spoken by each of the extraterrestrials. The main reason for this was to assure that all copies of the transcripts, in any and all languages into which they would ultimately be translated, would have the same exact information, thereby also assuring that Meier hadn’t gone back and inserted accurate information after the fact, as he was certain to be accused of doing. Indeed, this mechanism has helped to show just how impeccably prophetically accurate the information is.

With that in mind, we are also hoping that by publishing some of these prophetic warnings in this illustrated form that enough people will become aware of, and motivated by, it and take action to prevent those negative events that can still be prevented, or at least somewhat changed for the better.

(See ALL the amazing episodes here!)

172 comments on “And Did They Listen?

  • Take a read: https://news.bitcoin.com/cryptocurrency-proponents-respond-to-jp-morgan-executives-statements/?utm_source=OneSignal%20Push&utm_medium=notification&utm_campaign=Push%20Notifications

    You have dinosaurs who want to hold control over the people of course calling BTC a fraud then says somehing completely contradictory by supporting Blockchain. JP Morgan of course; the richest bank in the US.

    Btw JP Morgan tried to patent a BTC “killer”. That didn’t work of course.

    Go figure.

    • Jedaiah,

      It’s not a lack of acknowledgement of the virtues of Bitcoin that are the problem, it is the already-established, self-promoting, local currencies in place that will always want to keep this virtuous new kid-on-the-block(chain) in check.

      If Bitcoin is a currency (money), it must be considered a global one as it’s not limited by local bounds – a position illegally fought for (in human blood) by the US dollar – just for oil. If money, it would be subject to all the regulations and these would not ever change to bring Bitcoin to the same level as cash as there’s too many vested bank interests.

      If Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are not considered money, but, purely, blockchain payment systems, they will always have a limited function, like Paypal, which cannot be used to pay for everything. That’s not to say that it’s not worth investing in, but the support it received in recent years amy be more sinister, i.e., for criminals (intelligence, government and private) to hide payment trails, than anything whatsoever to do with it’s apparent (and shallow) “virtues”.

      • “It’s not a lack of acknowledgement of the virtues of Bitcoin that are the problem, it is the already-established, self-promoting, local currencies in place that will always want to keep this virtuous new kid-on-the-block(chain) in check.”

        — Sure, and if you were in their position, you’d want to as well.

        “If Bitcoin is a currency (money)”

        — It’s not. It’s a speculative security trade asset with assumptive value, threatening to rewrite how new money is made.

        “it must be considered a global one as it’s not limited by local bounds – a position illegally fought for (in human blood) by the US dollar – just for oil. If money, it would be subject to all the regulations and these would not ever change to bring Bitcoin to the same level as cash as there’s too many vested bank interests.”

        — BTC itself may not be the crypto that cements mainstream value. Put it like this – crypto vs fiat are both mountains and currencies are the houses on the mountains. Fiat / common currencies are currently a volcano, victim to increasing amounts of hackers / black hat (and this will continue to increase because fiat has several loopholes) while crypto is hoping to be the security model that secures new money.

        “If Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies are not considered money, but, purely, blockchain payment systems, they will always have a limited function, like Paypal, which cannot be used to pay for everything.”

        — Depends on the coin. Different coins have different functionalities. Take a look at ETH’s blockchain. It’s practically an AI with exceptional functionality; though quirky. The ETH hard fork (due around Nov according to reports) hopes to solve many of these issues — some argue this could be ‘the new bitcoin’. I personally don’t know.

        Paypal isn’t the best comparison for coins (this is mainly gateway based transactions in more or less bank format) but I understand what you’re getting at.

        Another example is TenX — which has great real world value (also a coin to keep your eye on due to that) such as credit cards, debit cards and much more with few transaction fees and relatively good speeds.

        It really depends on the coin ultimately. The more real world value each coin has, the more it is demanded, and the more its transition into mainstream becomes a reality.

        This is why I said the more technology advances the more dependency on coins becomes naturally inevitable — because thanks to the beauty of the internet (which is largely unregulated and the likelihood of it ever being 100% regulated is pretty much impossible due to how the internet works) there will always be resistance to the support; and in this case, banks.

        This is the most likely outcome of what countries are going to do: https://www.coindesk.com/indian-central-bank-studies-fiat-cryptocurrency-for-digital-rupee/

        China’s whole idealism on tanking BTC this month is (as Trump would proudly say) currency manipulation because their desire to not to destroy crypto, but to create their own currency that would dwarf BTC and the rest.

        “That’s not to say that it’s not worth investing in,”

        — Wink, wink. 😉 😉

        “but the support it received in recent years may be more sinister, i.e., for criminals (intelligence, government and private) to hide payment trails, than anything whatsoever to do with it’s apparent (and shallow) “virtues”.

        — Fiat already does this, so it’s not a matter of the tool itself but the humans using it.

        • Re. ETH’s blockchain being nearly AI. Would you want your bank thinking for itself? It may get greedy and do a self job, which can’t be healthy.

          Maybe current cash currencies will develop crypto-currency versions of that money and that’s the extent of this. From the CRs, mention is made of future periods that lead to the eventual eradication of money, where there is no want, but, with some wishing money back, so, Bitcoin could not be described as “the future” in that context and it may be unhealthy to get excited by new forms of it, which may be an effect of an addiction, that humanity struggles to kick for hundreds of years by all accounts.

          • Actually, recent articles support that banks are and will control cryptos, so maybe you need to redefine banks, not money and as cryptos haven’t radically changed money in its essence.

            Are cryptocurrencies about to go mainstream? https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jul/01/cryptocurrencies-mainstream-finance-bitcoin-ethereum

            Crypto currencies are mirroring pre-crash banking systems: https://www.ft.com/content/9b464912-76ae-11e7-90c0-90a9d1bc9691

            Technology on its own (purely) will not meet all future needs, as we’re finding out. According to the CRs, Bitcoin and other cryptos do not feature in the future, so, not sure why you’re convinced they will, unless you want to profit from promoting that idea on this blog?

            As many wise men have said, “All you need is…” (what was that again?), anyway, probably “…peace”.

          • “Actually, recent articles support…”

            http://mrwgifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Oh-Boy-Here-We-Go-Jim-Carrey-Reaction-In-Me-Myself-Irene.gif

            What articles? The ones pushed and written by anti-crypto resistance? Bankers? Hype / Panic for Pump and Dump? You have no clue what you’re doing, do you? Splitting hairs are we?

            “that banks are and will control cryptos,”

            — Banks are NOT cryptos. STOP THIS STUPID STATEMENT! It’s NOT correct and it is NOT a comparison. Do you even understand how cryptos work?! Your lack of technical knowledge is showing. You have absolutely no clue what you’re talking about.

            “so maybe you need to redefine banks, not money and as cryptos haven’t radically changed money in its essence.”

            — Crypto is in its baby stages. It’s like saying Netflix’s domination over the web based TV market back in the 90s is unthinkable. Well, I guess for folks who have no clue what they’re talking about, it probably is.

            “Are cryptocurrencies about to go mainstream? https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jul/01/cryptocurrencies-mainstream-finance-bitcoin-ethereum

            Crypto currencies are mirroring pre-crash banking systems: https://www.ft.com/content/9b464912-76ae-11e7-90c0-90a9d1bc9691

            — Seriously? The Guardian and FT is your source for crypto news? O_o Even if you used Coindesk, you’d still have to link me the right articles (and the purpose why because even some of the good news on cryptos are traps)

            You clearly don’t understand how cryptos work, and that’s a problem for this discussion, because reading news to find information for your specific belief versus finding the truth are two completely different things. If you had sufficient understanding of cryptos, this conversation would be very different.

            Right now it’s hard to have a proper conversation with someone who has absolutely no idea what he’s talking about and instead, relying on the news to configure his mind. I’d highly recommend you drop the crypto discussion until you’ve properly educated yourself in the field, its capabilities and the purpose of its existence.

            “Technology on its own (purely) will not meet all future needs, as we’re finding out. ”

            — This guy literally finds anything and everything he can to take shots at me. It’s like he has some kind of vendetta or something, even to the point where he’s so incredibly, laughably and horribly wrong about a field that he knows absolutely nothing about, that he’s completely willing to forgo his vanity just for the sake of an attack.

            Mike I hope you approve this post because I was testing Matt’s knowledge for the past few posts and his responses to see his true intent. Do you see it yourself now? The dude clearly has a very serious issue with me 😀

            Oh and to answer that part — it’s pretty obvious technology on its own won’t meet all future needs. You just took what I said out of context (which was specifically about cryptos and fiat) solely to provoke another attack. I’m going to use your own words against you (because they did spawn from you previously and remember what Billy said about attacks from others? ;))

            “You’re a very hateful person, aren’t you?”

            ” According to the CRs, Bitcoin and other cryptos do not feature in the future, so, not sure why you’re convinced they will, unless you want to profit from promoting that idea on this blog?

            — I’m sorry, are the CRs your new bible? Do you go to them for every and every little nick and cranny without any inclination toward self-knowledge in the world you’re in? Did the CRs also talk specifically about how networking, IPV4/6, Web Design, FB, IOTA, Verge, Torrents, Backdoors, Trojans etc. — in specifics (and I can make this list as long as 2 pages, but we’ll cut it here because you get the point) work?

            Didn’t think so. Go educate yourself. CRs aren’t a bible.

            “As many wise men have said, “All you need is…” (what was that again?), anyway, probably “…peace”

            — Indeed. Something you need to learn.

          • Also I’d like to further that part about CRs being used as a bible, as this has been a concern of mine about how some people view the CRs specifically.

            I find this religious and disrespectful, and if this were the case that we become obedient to the CRs to such a religious degree, then isn’t that just trading one religion for another?

            Furthermore, how can we develop ourselves if we continue the dependency on needing outside forces (in this case, our cousins, the Ps) to come and correct us and instruct us every time? How do we evolve? How do we figure out stuff on our own if our hand is always held?

            This dependency on trailblazers, on gods, on saviors, on BIBLES IS RELIGIOUS. The CRs are confirmations and warnings, not a bloody crystal ball or your personal fortune teller.

            https://youtu.be/Td0pUwrBWjc?t=2m8s

            Illidan said it nicely in this cinematic: “My destiny is my OWN!”

            “Your faith has blinded you, there can be no chosen one. Only we can save ourselves.”

          • And before anyone misunderstands what I am trying to point out, yes, CRs are an important source of information, but it is not the one-and-only-source of information nor is it a bible that should dictate your life.

            There are many things missing from the CRs and I am GLAD that they are because we still have to learn on our own and make up our own minds.

            Be smart, read the CRs, but choose your own path. (as even this is advised heavily in the spirit teachings anyway) Your destiny is your own.

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