UFO Swings like a Pendulum Do
Skeptics enter therapy en masse as 1975 UFO film authenticated!
Still reeling from the recent state-of-the-art photo analysis that confirms the authenticity of the controversial WCUFO photos and video taken by Billy Meier, in 1981, skeptics and debunkers are now faced with yet more unsettling news.
The long ridiculed, so-called Pendulum UFO film has now also been conclusively revealed to be…authentic. This UFO film, the first taken by Meier, in 1975, was attacked as a hoax and attempts were made to duplicate it by skeptics.
But once again, Mr. Rhal Zahi has done a painstakingly thorough analysis and video which, in addition to authenticating the film and the full sized UFO in it, reveal two instances of the craft “jumping”, i.e. actually appearing in two separate places within one frame of film!
And the evidence has been hidden in (almost) plain sight for nearly 40 years.
To quote Mr. Zahi from his conclusions:
“Maybe as implied by Occam’s razor*, the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions is generally the correct one, but in the Billy Meier case the hypothesis with a few assumptions, upon detailed investigation, becomes very complicated. An apparently simple explanation turns out in the end to be a very complicated one. No matter, the simplest hypothesis in the Billy Meier case comes forward day by day as the most likely correct explanation: that all of this was done by extraterrestrials.”
Zahi’s conclusions correspond to the statement given to me, in 2008, by Volker Engel and Marc Weigert of Uncharted Territory, the Academy Award-winners for Special Effects for “Independence Day”:
“But, to reflect on the statement that’s in the film, I also remember seeing a shot on the Super8 reel that showed a UFO circling around a fairly tall tree. According to that shot, we said that we can’t conclusively say whether it’s real or not, but it seemed impossible to stage that kind of a shot with a miniature (it would have to be hanging on a very tall crane, with wires – but even then the movements would be hard to achieve.) So, yes, in regards to that shot, we mentioned that we could definitely do it today with CG, but at the time these were supposedly shot – it would have been very hard, probably even impossible, to fake this kind of shot.”
*Occam’s razor is one of the most popular, frequently quoted rebuttals by skeptics to so-called paranormal claims. And of course they’ve smugly tried to dissect and dismember Billy Meier’s evidence with it. They’ve now effectively turned this blade against themselves and their rigid, cultic beliefs. However, for anyone, skeptics included, who is sincerely interested in the pursuit of the truth…the shaving away of all doubts should be quite welcome.