Religious indoctrination has a number of interesting effects on people, one of which is to prepare them for the coming of a “savior” or “messiah” who, ironically, never seems to arrive. The indoctrination often keeps people in some state of anticipation and hope that must be defended in the face of all evidence, and reality, to the contrary.
Further, the supposed savior, in Christianity, is assumed to be a carbon copy of one “Jesus Christ”, himself a mythical figure, based on the life of a man named Jmmanuel, who was foretold in Isaiah 7:14 and mentioned once in Matthew 1:23. The popular image of the “Jesus Christ” figure is, incongruously, usually portrayed as a nice, blonde-haired, blue-eyed white man, perhaps more likely to hail from Kansas than the Middle East.
So that the “true believers” can feel more comfortable – and be sure to recognize their savior when he shows up – they are told that he’ll look and dress just like the imaginary religious figure from long ago. Of course being a savior, he’ll save them from whatever it is the religions have convinced them is wrong with them. And, as a bonus, he’ll “wash away their sins”, meaning that they don’t have to worry about the negative consequences of any of their actions. So, in defiance of the laws of cause and effect, they’ll get a free pass because they’ll be “forgiven” just because they…believe.
Since this particular form of mental illness is very widespread on Earth, it’s no surprise that when a true prophet appears, i.e. someone who accurately warns of negative future events that are mainly the effects of manmade causes, he is largely invisible to the brainwashed masses. A true prophet actually does more than just warn people, he brings the true spiritual teaching to humanity, a teaching that is utterly devoid of beliefs and that rests upon the radical premise of complete and total self-responsibility for all of one’s thoughts, feelings and actions.
Now you know why such heretics get nailed up, shot at, etc.
True to form, humanity has maintained its unbroken record of reviling, attacking, suppressing and/or ignoring the prophet of the new time and the message he brings. Clearly, Billy Meier is anything but the spitting image of the WASP-on-a-stick caricature created by the Church. In fact, my own guess is that, figuratively speaking, when the guys who were tasked with figuring out how to slip the last of the seven prophets into our confused world in a way that wouldn’t encourage yet another religion, cult, etc., somebody said, “Hey, I know! By the time the world actually discovers him, this final prophet should be a middle-aged, grey-bearded, potbellied, one-armed Swiss farmer!”
I can almost hear the enthusiastic cheers and back slapping as it was finally figured out how to avoid the pitfalls of having yet another charismatic firebrand try to bring spiritual truth to the teeming masses. Such a calculation probably also took into consideration that the real impact of the prophet and his teaching would only be felt long after the time in which he appeared. While the life of this prophet would also be characteristically enormously difficult, his contemporaries would be, for the most part, absolutely blind to the significance of his work.
After all, he would appear when what Meier called “God-delusion and God-delusion Insanity” were at their peak, with several major religions (each one being the “one true religion”, of course) spearheading conflicts that could lead to a worldwide cataclysm.
So, the truth is safely hidden in plain sight where the un-prying eyes of the “faithful”, and of the utterly delusional “UFO community”, won’t recognize it. And the prophet is disregarded and despised, especially by all those who are so certain that they indeed are the chosen ones, the ones who will sit forever at the feet of their imaginary gods and saviors, just so long as they…believe.