As he had promised to do, MUFON’s Executive Director, Jan Harzan, has opened up the Billy Meier UFO case for international investigation and discussion. By making the research page also interactive, now MUFON’s large international membership, and all other interested parties, can pose their questions and challenges about the Meier case.
It’s also to be noted that the Meier case is also still ongoing – for over 72 years – and the next logical step of course is for MUFON itself to fully participate in the investigation.
MUFON receives an average of 500 – 1,000 reports of UFOs per month, equaling approximately 6,000 – 12,000 reports per year. To date, as far as I have learned, none of those reports has resulted in any verifiable evidence of anything of extraterrestrial manufacture, nor certainly of any contact between any extraterrestrial life forms and anyone on Earth.
I have already suggested that, with decades of such consistently fruitless expenditures of MUFON’s valuable resources, in time, manpower and money, that:
1. All such future reports should first be referred to local authorities, or independent scientific researchers, for actual investigation so that sufficient, credible evidence can be collected before turning it over to MUFON for any further investment of its resources.
2. Since the Meier case is still ongoing – and all the freely available, still irreproducible evidence remains unequaled by any of the tens, or hundreds of thousands of already reported cases over the past 45 years – MUFON now has the opportunity to determine if they’ve finally found what they, what we all, have been looking for. If so, MUFON would play an important role in revealing and confirming the most important true story in all of science and human history.
My thanks again to Jan Harzan for taking these courageous, historic steps and actions in pursuit of the truth.