A whole lot of shakin’ goin’ on and lots more to come Thanks to Bill Wilson, I discovered a recent article by Andrew W. Griffin pertaining to Billy Meier. He posted a new one here, after our recent conversation. There’s also an earlier article about Meier and Semjase and rock and rock music in Griffin’s… Read More


The media doesn’t want you to see it but it’s still happening We’ve been warned by Billy Meier, since 1951, about the dangers of earthquakes, sinkholes and volcanic eruptions and their connection to the building of large cities, dams and the extraction of petroleum and gas, mining, etc. Some warnings have been quite specific, like the… Read More


If prayer doesn’t work after a few millennia, go shopping As the circus comes to town, as it does every four years, we are treated to the latest crop of unwise, slickly groomed, polished panderers who vie to hold the reigns of power. Even while the long foretold prophecies unfold, now encroaching on the comfort… Read More


…when politics, religion, ambition and greed reign supreme. In case it escaped anyone’s notice, it’s all about…the buck; and of course mainly passing it when it comes to self-responsibility. Time and again, for decades actually, we’ve been warned. Now some things are disappearing, while other things make their appearance, both with deadly consequences. And sudden… Read More


Sometimes people ask if I’m going to be at a particular event and I also routinely suggest that I speak at upcoming UFO conferences. In that light I recently had a contentious exchange (I know, big surprise) with Paola Harris, who’s apparently an organizer of the Starworksusa UFO Symposium. Although I’m actually not too interested… Read More


Politics has been called the art of the possible. I call it the art of advantage. Politics means that we seek to get things, to acquire or get them done and that we’ll, gladly or not, exchange something that the other person (usually considered our opponent) wants in order to do so. Of course we… Read More