Yesterday, not long after posting my blog about the truly fantastic revelations from Rhal Zahi, that Meier’s first UFO film shows the object in two places at the same time, I had a 20-minute conversation with James Underdown, the Executive Director of IIG-Los Angeles, the professional skeptics organization that I first contacted, in 2001, regarding the Meier case.
For more than a dozen years, various parties at IIG and I have been involved in sparring over only not over the evidence in the Meier case but over what I perceived as the very unscientific, prejudicial approach on their part.
I called James to point out that IIG’s various online pages pertaining to the investigation of the Meier case were really deserving of removal, since new findings make it obvious that Meier’s evidence is absolutely authentic. Now of course telling someone that doesn’t make it so. But the evidence itself does, and will, reveal the authenticity of the case for those who are focused on the physical evidence, i.e. Meier’s still irreproducible UFO photos, films, video, etc. And boy, do these new analyses make irreproducible an understatement.
Okay, they’re skeptics but my contention is that there’s actually no need for institutionalized skepticism. The application of real science, and its procedures and protocols, to any claims should be sufficient to determine the truth of the matter.
To define oneself as a skeptic, as opposed to someone who’s scientifically minded, whether formally trained, credentialed, etc., or not, means that one comes to the table with their mind already made up about some things. And those things usually fall into what is often classified as “paranormal”, a category for something that actually doesn’t exist. Things either can be explained by “normal”, meaning proven scientific means, or eventually by as yet unknown laws of physics, etc. Otherwise they are imaginary, hoaxes, etc. Throughout the ages, there have been many things that the science of the time couldn’t explain, as is still sometimes the case. And naturally there’ve always been hoaxers, frauds and charlatans.
To say that the Plejaren are a lot smarter than we are is also beyond dispute. After all, that first film, from 1975, contains the mindboggling evidence of the craft being effectively in two places at once, i.e. in one frame of film. And it took…39 years before an enterprising expert in state-of-the-art computer imaging, 3-D modeling, etc., discovered it, as Mr. Zahi also discovered the irrefutable proof of the WCUFO’s extraterrestrial origin and manufacture. We should also add that the Plejaren, and Meier, just may have a certain wry kind of sense of humor…coupled with extreme patience.
So, I provided James Underdown with the following links* so that he could conduct a fresh review of the information and evidence. There are links also to some of the prophetically accurate information that’s covered by copyrights, etc.
And of course by posting these links anyone who’s interested can have a go at the evidence and information. To be clear, unless Mr. Underdown can provide clear, credible, substantiated rebuttals to this evidence, and our conclusions that it clearly establishes the authenticity of the Meier case, all of IIG’s claims against the Meier case should be retracted.
Additionally, Mr. Underdown should facilitate the $100,000 award to Meier…which he brought up to me several times in our conversation and said awaited anyone who could prove what IIG refers to as paranormal claims.
Of course IIG has put the Meier case squarely in that category. And since Mr. Underdown is so enthusiastic about spreading the wealth, I think he’s about to find a new home for that 100K.
*Here are the above referred to links:
http://theyfly.com/A-Sampling-of-Evidence.html (see: Mercury info)
http://theyfly.com/newsflash91/5100_year_old_man.htm (the so-called Iceman Mummy)
http://theyfly.com/Evidence-for-Stephen-Bassett.html (re: Kal Korff trap)