UPDATE: New Information on 5,100 Year-Old Iceman

Scientists reported new findings in the case of Ötzi (or Urk, as he was referred to by the Pleajren), the 5,100 year-old iceman whose mummified body was discovered in 1991.

The scientists now say that, based on newly discovered evidence that he had eaten a large meal within an hour of his death, previous conclusions that he had been involved in a long, intense chase before his death appeared to be incorrect.

The new conclusions could support the information from the Plejaren given to, and published by, Billy Meier. According to the Plejaren, who gave Meier the information several months before the iceman’s body was found – and 10 years before the cause of death from a skull injury and an arrowhead in his back was discovered – his death was accidental and didn’t involve any form of conflict.

While the scientists still assume that Ötzi/Urk was slain by others, considering the proven prophetic accuracy of Meier’s scientific information, the circumstances of the iceman’s death are probably exactly as Meier was told.

4 Replies to “UPDATE: New Information on 5,100 Year-Old Iceman”

  1. I’m sure the arrowhead got lodged in his back when he fell. After all, did they not carry their arrows on their backs? I noticed the angle his arm was at when they examined him, looked like he may have tried to pull it out. Or did the Plejaren say he died instantly?

  2. In answer to my question (sorry I should have looked first), he was left to his fate after suffering an epileptic episode. A storm blew in and his companions were caught up trying to save their own lives. Interesting that epilepsy was around that many years ago.

  3. Pleiadian/Plejaren Contact Conversations, vol. 9, page 322.

    367th contact, Sept. 9th, 2004, 10:37pm

    (Ptaah to Billy)

    Sentence 63. “Urks wirklicher Name war Onde, dessen Bedeutung mir aber nicht bekannt ist.”

    (Urk’s actual name was Onde, the meaning of which, however, is not known to me.)

    According to all I can find out, “onde” is Italian for “waves” and “order”.

    And where was Onde’s body found? (On the Italian border) ?!?

    Keep up the good work, Michael!


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