This section will be for questions and (hopefully) answers to a wide range of topics pertaining to the Billy Meier UFO case and its relevance to the world we live in.

Questions on topics such as these and many others are welcome:

To be clear, I certainly won’t be the only one offering answers to the questions, as I know that there are many people who may be more knowledgeable about certain topics and information than I am. So obviously no one should hold back if they have an answer to a question posted here. Of course we’ll all do our best to check the accuracy of the answers as well and see how this approach goes.

Of course there already may be existing answers in the FIGU forum where Billy Meier answers questions almost every month.

303 comments on “The Billy Meier UFO Case: Questions & Answers

  • Since this was mentioned by Christopher R. Endler:

    here Buddha is also mentioned – The human races and peoples of Earth were provided prophets from ancient days, and for this reason were sent to Earth Enoch (Henok) and Elijah (Elja), Isaiah (Jesaja), Jeremiah (Jeremja), Jmmanuel and Mohammed in direct succession and with ensuing rebirth, next to Johannes and Elijas and Hjob and all hosts of other upstanding and righteous ones, as they also were Buddha, Zoroaster and Babatschi and others.
    They were all selected and led and sent partly through the JHWH and partly through themselves and in knowledge and ability as prophets or spirit leaders to the humankind and peoples of the Earth -source OM

    Curious what others find revealing in this passage.

    • “They were all selected and led and sent through the JHWH and partly through themselves …”

      with emphasis.

      Aspiration?

  • As reposted by Mėnulis Vasarojus on FB:

    —–

    “From Interview with Billy Meier:
    Q: Isn’t a person, as an individual, powerless nowadays? Looking at all the wars and the misery on Earth, one might ask just what tangible action the individual can take.
    A: The individual can do quite a bit, mainly for him- or herself, since the person is, in each and every case, closer to his or her own self than to anyone else. Therefore, the person must primarily be concerned with his/her formation and evolution, and with staying alive, of course. This, however, must take place in a way that concurs with the Creational-natural laws, and it is imperative that the individual always bears fully his/her own responsibility for each and every thought, endeavor, emotion, perception, contemplation, action, etc. Every individual must work on him-or herself and become a real human being, for it all begins with the individual – and all humanity consists of individuals. When an individual becomes a decent, rational and responsible person, the result rubs off on the next person who may then, perhaps, also become more decent, rational and responsible before, in turn, conveying these attributes to the following person, and so forth. The great human mass cannot be changed nor will the great human mass change for the better, but it is the individual who will change. And as a group they will carry their new ways, their knowledge, love, harmony, peace, and sense of responsibility into the world to the person next to them and the one beyond that. Eventually the whole thing begins to snowball. Therefore the question is not whether the individual can do anything or whether he/she is powerless. Instead we must ask: Why aren’t individuals doing something? It is really up to the individual to remedy and change the world’s ills for the better. First and foremost, such actions are based on the premise that individuals re-evaluate and work on themselves so as to turn into genuine human beings – and this can come about only when they discover the truth. Once the truth is discovered and the individual actually has become a genuine human being, he or she can do much outwardly, by gathering up all available courage and by standing up for the truth, a better life, a better world, and better contemplations and endeavors for all humanity. This includes such things as: Campaigning against overpopulation; against discrimination of women and the abuse of children; against torture and capital punishment; and the hatred against foreigners and other races. It also includes campaigning for the protection of animals, nature, our environment and Planet Earth. Ultimately, of course, this also includes lending a helping hand to one’s fellowman whenever this is possible and appropriate. Nothing can be expected from the human mass, for it is obstinately living in its same old indifference and egotistical rut. That’s why it is up to the individual to change his or her own ways and to become accessible to the truth. In so doing, he or she draws his neighbor and that neighbour’s neighbour toward the truth as well. This is the only method in existence whereby an individual can change all of humanity toward a better way of life and to maintain life and the world.”

    —–

    Does anyone here know if this interview was in video/audio or simply transcribed and when? Btw, I’m aware of this same page at the FIGU Canada website.

    • “First and foremost, such actions are based on the premise that individuals re-evaluate and work on themselves so as to turn into genuine human beings…”

      with emphasis.

    • Unless this is already clearly and succinctly answered, perhaps the next question for Billy should be, “What is a ‘genuine human being’?”

    • Not sure if it can be any more direct than this:

      “This is the only method in existence whereby an individual can change all of humanity toward a better way of life and to maintain life and the world.”

      (see above quote for full text)

      • There is no link here. BTW, I’m traveling and comments may take a day or more to approve until the end of the month.

        • Referring to the post on 3/10 of which the answer started this way:

          “The individual can do quite a bit, mainly for him- or herself, since the person is, in each and every case, closer to his or her own self than to anyone else.”

  • Repost of an interesting excerpt posted by RF on FB on Billy’s first book on meditation:

    “The fact is, that the human being cannot perceive a large part of the reality with his/her senses. He/she is inferior to almost all animals in some respects, concerning the sense perception. In addition, concerning his/her surroundings/environment, it is a fact that each human being creates his/her own associations, predilections, aversions and other such categories. Therefore, one must be careful if one, as a human being, cries out the concept ‘reality’, because it reflects only what every human being for himself/herself accepts as real and thus as authentic. Meditation can help here, because it teaches the human being in the high Art, to ‘see’ things as they really are. Strictly speaking, meditation is a form of escape into reality and not from it.”..

    Perhaps this is assuming a specific directed-form of meditation? Need to read entire passage/book for further details. :)

    • Even though that is not actually a question, it is encouraging to know Pope Francis is aware of the relationship between global warming and climate change. :)

  • Interesting news and commentary here:

    http://www.skynews.com.au/news/top-stories/2015/05/10/putin-hosts-huge-wwii-victory-parade.html#sthash.flUBjM1H.dpuf

    “In what is seen as punishment for the Kremlin’s meddling in Ukraine, Western countries led by Russia’s World War II allies are boycotting the May 9 festivities, leaving Vladimir Putin to mark the day in the company of the leaders of China, Cuba and Venezuela.

    Russia and China growing ever closer – wasn’t that what BEAM said?

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