A new film opens the door for awareness of the real threat from asteroid Apophis
We’ve taken the unusual step of partnering to promote Asteroid Day because, despite the overt commercialism, it draws attention to a real threat to the Earth from incoming objects – especially from asteroid Apophis, which Billy Meier’s been warning about since 1981.
Subsequent to our new press release, we are now in conversation with people at SETI and NASA has already corrected their estimate of the size of Apophis to almost exactly what Meier previously published.
To be clear, if scientists worldwide don’t come together, Apophis will impact the Earth between the North Sea and the Black Sea.
While there are elements of a Johnny-come-lately, circus-like approach to this hugely ominous threat, perhaps we can sustain the necessary attention and accomplish something historically unique through a concerted worldwide scientific effort. There is also a petition to sign here.
Science Is Still Silent
Few of the public figures involved have probably heard about the more than 73-year long, still ongoing contacts between the Plejaren extraterrestrial human race and Billy Meier…or are willing to speak publicly about it because of their own selfish concerns.
The unspoken assumption is that no such thing could be possible and that if and when extraterrestrial life is confirmed and contacted it would be through some prominent scientists and accord with some sci-fi fantasy. Like many assumptions, it’s incorrect…as well as inconvenient for proponents of that mythology. It’s obvious that an advanced extraterrestrial race has nothing to gain from meeting us.
If we can get past our egocentric sci-fi wet dream that we’re at the center of any and all existing intelligent life in the universe, with silly scenarios of self-importance where we “discover” extraterrestrial life created according to our own violent, disturbed, primitive consciousness, i.e. created in our own image, we could consider that more advanced life forms may actually wish to assist us in preserving ourselves, in assuring our own very threated future survival.
The overall stakes are extraordinarily high and this may be the best opportunity to bring to everyone’s attention the freely offered advice and recommendations from the Plejaren and Meier on a number of very pressing situations.
I hope that once the immediate enthusiasm has passed, the parties promoting Asteroid Day will take the even bigger step and bring the most important story in all of science – and human history – to the scientists they’ve already involved. It would be far more heroic and effective than what any movie alone can accomplish.