Are the Russians paying attention because they know we don’t?
Let’s acknowledge and consider that the Russians have started making their military moves into the Artic region, including moving their troops to Arkhangelsk, as foretold in the Henoch Prophecies. And maybe some ambitious bureaucrat pointed out to Putin, “Hey, back in 1958, this Swiss guy, Billy Meier, foretold what we’re doing now. And if I read this correctly, our expansionist plans to dominate Scandinavia, Iran, Turkey and invade the U.S. and Canada just may be very successful. Now of course, your exalted excellency, I don’t put much stock in what soothsayers…”
Putin interrupts, “What else did he say?”
“Well,” says our nervous friend, “there is this matter of the Apophis asteroid hitting the earth in some rather critical areas, between the North Sea and the Black Sea and…”
“Well, there seem to be some very specific warnings here about how to deflect this asteroid so that it doesn’t, so that it doesn’t…ruin our neighborhood, so to speak.”
Of course the skeptics would like to believe that it’s just another “coincidence” (along with hundreds more of Meier’s specific pieces of scientifically important information) that the Russians are reportedly preparing to deflect Apophis from hitting the Earth*. It’s highly suggested that the skeptics, and others who behave like Luddites in regards to anything that has such potentially huge consequences to humanity, continue to amuse themselves by debunking ghosts and the “paranormal” and leave the serious business of survival to far more rational, competent individuals.
Lest they think that Meier’s information also about Russian ambitions doesn’t concern them, this may be true but only if they currently don’t reside somewhere on planet Earth.