You know you’re not about to joust with a journalistic giant when your invitation to discuss the Billy Meier case is met with such cartoonish comments as, “I eat scam artists like you for breakfast.” But you can safely predict that this blustering cereal killer’s gonna have a bad case of indigestion before lunch. There’s… Read More


Get the new film here!   “The Adventures of Billy Meier!” is a comic strip type presentation of certain information in the Meier case that is especially important for humanity to know about. It is hoped that many people who may not otherwise see, or read, this information will find it more accessible in this… Read More


NASA has asked for the public’s help in devising means to protect the Earth from asteroids. Of course, the Russians and Chinese already appear to have taken the hint, i.e. have paid attention to the information first presented to Billy Meier in 1981 by the Plejaren extraterrestrial human beings pertaining to what they called the Red meteor… Read More


With the obvious worldwide interest in the meteor that struck in Russia’s Ural mountains, comparison is being made to the Tunguska event that occurred in 1908. The difference of course, apart from the magnitude, is that Tunguska was a manmade event…precipitated by extremely unusual circumstances. Perhaps the meteor strike will prompt Russia,  China and the… Read More


Despite their overestimation of their own divine infallibility, scientists have now corrected their erroneous estimate of the size of asteroid Apophis, upgrading it from 270 meters to 325 meters…bringing it closer to what UFO contactee and prophet Billy Meier verifiably published in 2008. (Meier and the Plejaren referred to Apophis, beginning in 1981 as the… Read More


I’m reaching out to the skeptical community to offer support to one of their own, Stuart Robbins, who seems to have gotten himself way over his head in some very deep “stuff” and is obviously crying out for help. Stu posted a blog, a seemingly harmless enough venture for a professional astronomer in a field… Read More