Yes, it’s a real book.

And it’s not only an antidote to too much online reading, it’s also a skeptic’s nightmare, as the clarity and reality of Billy Meier’s UFO photos, dating back 50 years, are brought to life through digital enhancement. For the first time, you’ll be seeing the details of the UFOs in Meier’s original 35 mm film photos – taken long before the digital age, PhotoShop, etc. – with stunning clarity. Of course we’re also grateful for digital tools such as PhotoShop, for what they’ve already revealed about some of Meier’s most unusual UFO photos.

The new book will also further substantiate the revelations, from Garrett Moore, about how attempts were made to falsify Meier’s UFO photos by Kal Korff.

Here’s a lose translation of the description from the FIGU site about the new Photo-Inventarium book, with 617 of Billy Meier’s newly digitized UFO photos:

“Views on the person BEAM. Photographs of Plejaren beam ships, landing tracks and visitors, etc., photographed by Billy Eduard Albert Meier and some of its witnesses. May 17, 1964 to February 5, 2004.

In order to understand why the issues identified in this photo book of images, by Eduard Albert Meier “Billy” – called BEAM – of beamships of Plejaran origin could be made, it is necessary to briefly describe the circumstances of the conclusion of the photos. But it is also essential to say something about the person BEAM, as a man and as a harbinger of the modern era and as a contact person, to understand why he was singularly commissioned to take the most, best ever pictures of extraterrestrial beam ships that are controlled by the people of the Plejaren Federation and have come to Earth.”

Please also note that the text is in German, not in English.


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Cover of new book of Billy Meier's 617 newly digitized UFO photos.

Cover of new book of Billy Meier’s 617 newly digitized UFO photos.

One of the 617 newly digitized UFO photos.

One of the 617 newly digitized UFO photos.

14 comments on “New Billy Meier Book with 617 newly Digitized UFO Photos!

  • Michael,

    Just a thought. Won’t the skeptics have much more to skepticism now that the photos have been enhanced? Because certainly they would like to know what kind of enhancements were made to the photos. The original photos from your other site seem very clear to me that’s why I could never understand the skepticism. Whenever they brought up talk about “fake photo’s” they always turned to the WCUFO photos and not the others. If the continuing corroborations of Meier’s information isn’t convincing enough for those skeptics I don’t think newly enhanced photos will be. They seem to be more concerned with everything else, but the ongoing corroborations.

    • The skeptics really no longer matter. They’ve completely clammed up after the release of the new analyses of the WCUFO and the “Pendulum UFO” film. In addition, they can no longer claim that Meier backdated his prophecies and predictions. So they can now just…talk amongst themselves.

  • Nice book, and nice to study it in detail. Forget about the skeptics. This book is for us, to check new details, like the translucent spherical almost invisible companion of the Energy Ship, or the capability of the beamships to jump in the space and being in two places at the same time. Skeptics will remain skeptics, no matter the evidence is crystal clear. For example the WCUFO is interesting not because it can convice skeptics, but to undestand how a beam ship designed for earth magnetic field will look like. So the purpose of any scientific analysis, from this book for example, is to learn more about ET technology, rather to demostrate a reallity we already know.

  • My opinion is that just like words work better in printed form, images are better viewed in electronic displays. With these there is no leaf warping, no dependence on outside sources of light (and the resulting reflections and colour contaminations), the photos can be organized, compared side by side, zoomed in, enhanced, etc. I have scanned all my physical photos because of this, and it only improves the experience of watching them. And as screens improve in resolution so will the experience of watching already existing hi-res content improve. So maybe after enough copies of this book have been sold, the original high res scans could be made available… They would provide much better quality than a scan of printed content…

  • Thank you Michael for bringing forward the document from Garrett Moore. I have great admiration for a man who did wrong and has no qualms about admitting it. Of course I can’t wait to get my hands on the new book too.

    • Because FIGU will not be putting out any more English language books. Their language is…German. But the photos are universal.

      More tomorrow.

    • No, the actual object that Meier stopped to photograph, a small telemeter disk, isn’t in the picture. The white object is just a cover to some kind of water cistern, etc., and Meier didn’t notice the figurine on the lower right when he took the photo either.

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