The Little Fish that Could

Or why aliens just may not be making pretty designs in our fields

Several years ago, I asked Billy Meier about the crop circle phenomena. In the late 1990s, I had expressed my opinion in a UFO magazine article that they seemed like they were made by “somebody”, meaning extraterrestrials, who were giving us some lessons in the creative use of power without doing harm.

Since the appearance of crop circles, there’s been much conjecture, outright hoaxing, mysterious lights, certainty among some that there are very intelligent, extraterrestrial beings sending us encoded and/or cryptic messages, etc. Billy Meier and the Plejaren are on record as saying that most are manmade, which has certainly aroused some ire. Also, Ptaah had once remarked that if any are being made by extraterrestrials, they are a very indirect, ineffective way to communicate anything important, as opposed to directly contacting the people of Earth and telling us just exactly what they have to say.

But getting back to my conversation with Meier, he told me something rather interesting. He said that the Creation itself sends out certain kinds of impulses that are picked up by highly sensitive, artistic people, who are thusly inspired to create these designs themselves, which accounts for the majority of the crop circles.

I had a hard time with that explanation…until I discovered the fancy fin work of the little Puffer fish. As I watched in awe as that marvel of Creation single finnedly made its little undersea masterpiece, I thought that it just may be possible that human beings with far more resources available to them (hands with fingers, boards and ropes at the very least, comrades and computers, etc.) could use their abilities to bring the impulse inspirations to complete artistic expression. And while working in grain fields may have its own challenges, I wonder if a human being could actually make such a delicate masterpiece undersea, as the Puffer fish does so naturally and almost effortlessly.

Of course, we do know a man with only one hand who’s not only remarkably prolific but who also has created a very revolutionary, clear design and firm foundation for the most profound evolution in human consciousness. So perhaps we can take a little inspiration from both the little Puffer fish and the prophet and be creative, productive and…do no harm.

54 Replies to “The Little Fish that Could”

  1. I just have one stupid question to ask. Do microwave bursts or ground penetrating radar sound like sonar going really fast? Do those two earth based technologies sound similar to parts of the recorded sounds of the Plejaren spaceships?

    1. Hi Sheila,

      It’s a strange, two-part question on a thread about fish, but not all “stupid”, IMO. Your questions are almost invariably relatively well-informed, imaginative and very useful. You’re too modest – bordering on the dreaded “humility”.

      You ask, “Do microwave bursts or ground penetrating radar sound like sonar going really fast?”

      “sound like”? Yeah. A little bit. And I should know.

      I deduced that the powerful (200 mile radius) “search” radar component of my (Stuttgart based) Air Traffic Control USAF radar unit* should – in theory – generate a audible tone within one’s head, consistent with the “PRF” (Pulse Repetition Frequency) of the focussed radar beam. And, as long at the exposure was brief it would most probably be (relatively) safe.

      I think the dire safety warnings against leaks in microwave ovens might be an ambit claim by lawyers.

      Since I’d already experimented with the heating characteristics of the emitted microwaves, useful for warming salami sandwiches and frozen feet (without having to go through the laborious procedure of removing and replacing my snow-covered outer rubber boots and combat boots first), when I was a just foolish teenager (as opposed to the foolish sexagenarian I am now) and figured my chances of survival while in the inescapably steely grip of my homicidal maniac uncle (Sam) were slim at best anyway, I made a sacrifice for science, so to speak, and late one dark and lonely night, without first turning off the transmitter as safety rules required, I stopped the rotation of the big parabolic reflector up on the roof of the unit, climbed the integral steel ladder to the roof, bent my head directly into the radar beam, and – exactly as I had predicted – “heard”, from deep inside my head (not my ears), the characteristic high-pitched audio tone I knew to be the radar PRF. I also suddenly discovered that I possessed superhuman strength. And all the answers to life, the universe and everything had abruptly fallen into my lap. (Not really, that last bit was just a joke.)

      The reason I recognised the tone, was because I’d often heard it before as interference coming from military radios and other sorts of receivers of audio frequency radio transmissions. I’ve even occasionally heard it since in TV news reports coming from an airport. Each time the radar beam sweeps past, with every (1hz) rotation of the parabolic antenna, you get a characteristic little high pitched “beep”, but more like a little tone without the b and the p. Sort of “eee (wait a second) eee (wait a second) eee”, etc. It has a lower pitch and longer duration than sonar’s “ping”, familiar to everybody from Hollywood’s submarine war movies.

      FYI, like laser and nasa, radar and sonar are acronyms, being radio detection and ranging and sound detection and ranging respectively. This is always a useful conversation starter at the sorts of trendy sophisticates’ parties I’m invited to.

      I think ground penetrating radar uses a range of PRFs, so being able to hear some of them is feasible, I guess, if you somehow had your hear in the way, but don’t try that at home. I don’t know and don’t feel like trying to find out. My head space is now being used mostly for the renewed teachings.

      The second part of your question has a much shorter answer, “Do those two earth based technologies sound similar to parts of the recorded sounds of the Plejaren spaceships?”

      No.

      Be well, Sheila.

      🙂

      Cheers!

        1. Thank you Dyson for your explanations and sense of humour. If we can’t make fun of ourselves, who can we make fun of? As you are probably aware, I’m still trying to figure out the crop circle that appeared here (not in the UK but in an area in Canada where only one other one was found in August of 2001 – the Star of David – 8 years prior). August 14, 2009 my neighbour just about woke me up at 1:30 am because she could hear this loud sound and was SURPRISED THAT IT DIDN’T WAKE UP THE WHOLE TOWN and was shocked that I slept through it. She was inside her house when she heard it and it was coming from outside the house. She described it as sonar going really fast (like your reference to submarine war movies or her reference to Captain Kirk’s tricorder). So it was by no means only in her head and went on for a good 3 – 5 minutes. Getting closer and louder, then softer as it went away. The crop circle was discovered two weeks later about 5 miles away from our homes. When I got her to listen to the recorded beamship sounds, she said parts of it sounded similar. That’s where I mistakenly assumed that it was the Plejaren making the crop circles. So in a question to Billy in which I stated that the circles symbolized planets and some sort of comet or meteor was coming our way, Billy’s answer was all crop circles are manmade. In a side note from Christian he says that 5% are of a technology not known. So then I compared the crop circles to the ones in Billy’s book, the radius were correct on two of them (7 metre) except one of those was in a clockwise swirl, whereas Billy’s were all in a counterclockwise swirl. Plus the really big one was in a counterclockwise swirl but with a clockwise swipe on one side of it. It really was my first and only crop circle rodeo. Interestingly at the time, a local cowboy poet came out with a poem about the elves running their chuckwagons around the circle. LOL…until you get into the contact notes and a recent question to Billy which says that they are lifeforms. In 2009 I did some major crop circle research (as much as one can on the interweb) and contacted Colin Andrews. Btw Paul Vigay co-author of that book you referenced mysteriously died a year or so ago…did he get too close to the shenanigans of the UK military industrial complex? In one of Colin Andrews crop circle films a farmer saw a dark tube coming from the sky, made me think they are using satellites to pull this off. Then you look at the recent California crop circle hoax where they advertised a new NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip in a crop circle. One only has to google advertisement in a crop circle to see all the faked ones. So obviously earth humans have the capability. But due to your explanations I can rule out the google earth trolls and the ground penetrating radar. Thank you for that. 🙂

          1. Eltjo Haselhof is DEAD?!

            He was only young. He had young children. I feel sick.

            🙁

            The hexagram is the most commonly repeated CC pattern.

            Go look at what it means.

            http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/gaiaguys/meier.symbole.htm

            Please re-read: http://www.theyfly.com/concealment-vs-lies

            “But due to your explanations I can rule out … ground penetrating radar.”

            No you can’t. I wrote, “I think ground penetrating radar uses a range of PRFs, so being able to hear some of them is feasible …”

            But GPR couldn’t do all the OTHER wierd things observed – not on your life.

            I must run, Sheila. We’re being taken back to court about something started in 2005 and I’m forced to defend the easily demonstrable truth in an environment very very hostile to it. I haven’t read any of Michaels’ other blogs yet, nor can I respond to anything more for a while here. But thanks for you encouragement (and very sad news).

            “Creation is truth” (OM)

            All the best.

            🙁

            Peace in wisdom.

            P.S. The high-pitched, rhythmically-repetitive sound your friend heard was undoubtedly just a squeaky board, held in place with a loop of rope, being rhythmically pressed into place with someone’s foot. If Billy said so it must be true and we should all blindly believe him and look no further, unless it’s what he says about star-reading, at which time he’s mistaken.

  2. Michael,

    Take a quick look at this video. It looks real to me. I think it shows a ufo forming a crop circle.

    1. Tony,

      Didn’t you know that Jmmanuel fortold and prophecised about these in the TJ?

      Chapter 3:
      17. “So it shall be when humankind begins to comprehend, and when the
      chaff is separated from the grain.

      18. “It will be at the time when your false teachings will be laughed at and humankind discovers the truth.

      19. “This will come to pass when humankind builds singing lights and
      chariots of fire, with which they can escape into the cosmos, as is done by God and his followers, the celestial sons,

      20. “namely those who taught us the wisdom and knowledge of Creation,

      21. “and who urged us to obey the laws of nature and live according to
      them.

      22. “Oh you renegades, you brood of vipers, get away from this place,
      because you are impure and cursed in your false teachings.

      23. “Get away from this place, because I can by my own accord baptize
      you into repentance only with water; but he who comes after me is
      stronger than I, and I am not worthy of removing his sandals. He will
      baptize you with the knowledge of the spirit and with the fire of truth.

      24. “He has his winnowing fork in his hand; he will sweep his threshing
      floor and gather the wheat into his granary, but he will bum the chaff
      with unquenchable fire.

      25. “The lie can never withstand the truth, which destroys evil in its fire.”

      26. As John the Baptist thus spoke, behold, Jmmanuel of Galilee then
      approached John at the Jordan, to be baptized by him.

      27. John, however, refused him and spoke, “It is I who need to be
      baptized by you because you possess greater knowledge than I. And you
      come to me?”

      28. But Jmmanuel answered him, “let it happen so now, because it is
      fitting for us to fulfil all justice, since we are both sons of the Earth.”

      29. So John consented and baptized him.

      ___

      Who would have thought literally what and chaff with crop circles?

      1. Except in crop circles, the wheat doesn’t get separated from the chaff, the wheat is still attached to the stalks.

        1. Sheila, think of it this way … I would NOT feed and rather burn the types of wheat stalks that Dyson has mentioned with regards to crop circles from those clearly done with the board and rope amatuers. I don’t know if it’s healthy or not but I wouldn’t take a chance to put into the food chain if I see circular holes in the wheat, varying levels of growth as if the wheat got pulled, and growing laterally in a circle thanks to some fancy energy discharge.

          1. I’m pretty sure that wheat already made it into the food chain, it was cut down and processed over 3 years ago. But understand where you are coming from. I’m far more likely not to eat it due to it being a GMO round up ready wheat with all that dioxin embedded in it and I’m allergic to dioxin 🙂

          2. It’s been deliberately concentrated and experimentally eaten and is reportedly harmless, but bad-tasting (burnt).

            They want us to PLANT it. (See above Levengood paper)

    2. Hi Michael,

      Here’s another video about crop circles you might want to take a quick look at.

  3. Michael,

    You wrote:

    “Meier and the Plejaren are on record as saying that most are manmade, which has certainly aroused some ire. Also, Ptaah had once remarked that if any are being made by extraterrestrials, they are a very indirect, ineffective way to communicate anything important, as opposed to directly contacting the people of Earth and telling us just exactly what they have to say.

    But getting back to my conversation with Meier, he told me something rather interesting. He said that the Creation itself sends out certain kinds of impulses that are picked up by highly sensitive, artistic people, who are thusly inspired to create these designs themselves, which accounts for the majority of the crop circles.”

    I’m sure that’s the truth.

    Whose explanation are you going to accept, the P’s and Billy’s, or a couple of translators. Translators are a dime a dozen, and can never compare to the Ps and the great Billy Meier.

    1. I don’t think that should be the sole criteria. We have to think it through and keep evaluating on our own. More than likely Meier and the Ps are correct. Of course they could amend their information. And let’s remember it’s the translators who made it possible for us to know what they’ve said…so far!

      1. Of course, I always think everything through. I’ll go with the Ps and Billy. Yes, I appreciate the work of the translators, but because they have done that work, doesn’t mean they know what they’re talking about. Translations are a very easy job, any college graduate could probably do it.

        I for one, have no doubt, the Ps and Billy are correct.

        1. Tony,

          Despite being a college grad, I am finding translating to be extremely difficult. Albeit, I’m probably not the sharpest tool in the shed. But, unlike Anthony, it bothers me that I only have access to 5% of the oh-so-precious Meier information. Since you find it so easy, perhaps you’d be willing to make a great contribution to mission and translate a book?

          1. Tony writes, “Translations are a very easy job, any college graduate could probably do it.”

            So THAT’S why my co-workers and I all find translating Billy’s texts so very very difficult and time consuming!

            I only just barely graduated from Medford (MA) High School – shortly thereafter identified in a TIME magazine cover story, about the appallingly low standard of USA’s public school system, as, “one of the two worst public schools in the entire country”.

            I knew that.

            Cheers!

            🙂

          2. I second that!!! I’m a college grad as well and don’t even know where I would begin!:)
            Well, I guess if one went to college speaking English and majoring in German? Or some sort of degree in translating therein… might make it a little easier.
            Yet, you will never get away from the basic flaws found within religion and earth life in general. These things will always find there way through no matter the so called “education” given out these days.
            I digress rapidly sometimes… just read within last few months that American college students just passed the trillion dollar mark in out standing loans.
            Put people in debt for life, with little chance to use what was learned for anything other than paying it all back. Bollocks!!

  4. Here are some examples of my ignored qualified statements recently misrepresented to Billy. And a few links and thoughts on the matter.

    March 16, 2010 (FIGU forum)

    “the Zeta Reticulans(?) who I think are responsible for the genuine (not the hoaxed or corrupted) “crop circles'”

    “Just to clarify: I don’t know for sure that the crop circles are ET, per se, since they might be from interdimentionals or time travellers, etc. But they are NOT (all) from regular (or Dark Order) Earthlings.”

    http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/12/11009.html#POST48357

    And me, again in reply to MH, March 18th, 2010, two days later.

    You continue, (I’m quoting you quoting me now) “and then ‘I don’t know for sure that the crop circles are ET, per se, since they might be from interdimentionals or time travellers, etc. But they are NOT (all) from regular (or Dark Order) Earthlings.’ is a bit confusing, as well as a bit self-contradictory.”

    This one is easier. It’s in the same way that various know-it-all skeptibunkers have split hairs with you and claimed that even if these so-called Plejaren zoom around in flying saucers which people can see and photograph, provide metal and sound samples for analysis and so on and so forth, THAT – in and of itself – does not PROVE that they are EXTRATERRESTRIALS, since they might be interdimentionals or time travellers, etc. I was simply trying to avoid falling into that one with you. Do you remember what Marcel Vogel said to the Japanese television interviewer who asked him – after Vogel explained what he’d found in the Plejaren metal samples he’d looked at – “So, then, are they … extratestorials?” Vogal smiled and said, “Well, they’re not from around HERE!” Maybe the gigantic field forms aren’t from ETs? But whoever or whatever is doing the “real” ones – well, they’re not from around HERE!

    http://forum.figu.org/us/messages/12/11009.html#POST48448

    A forum search of crabwood or chilbolton will unearth more if anyone’s interested.

    In a deliberate act of journalistic provocation – taking a leaf from Michael’s book where he used the unqualified statement, “The World’s Leading Expert on UFOs” as a clever way to prompt much-needed debate – on November 16, 2013, I mentioned the Reticulans here without mentioning that it was my own tentative and seemingly common sense conclusion based on all my many years of work.

    https://theyflyblog.com/the-hillary-raimo-show-decoding-the-billy-meier-material/11/08/2013

    It got no response.

    So, on February 1st, 2014, I deliberately tried again on Michael’s new thread where he effectively calls me a liar, in publicly headlining my Disclosure Project witness testimony as “BOGUS”. – meaning: “not genuine or true (used in a disapproving manner when deception has been attempted).”

    https://theyflyblog.com/pretentious-profiteering-purveyor-of-all-that-is-bogus/01/30/2014

    http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/gaiaguys/radar.story.htm

    It seems to me, since I’m not trying to be Meier’s media representative, that I should enjoy the same privilege – of being able to state my conclusions about CCs as “my truth” – like the astrology fans do here about their conclusions, which, unlike mine, seem designed to mix the Plejaren science of astrology with the Earth-type which Billy condemns. The difference I see between these two issues, neither of which Billy supports, is that only one of them (CCs) has any logical scientific substantiation (not to mention common sense) behind it.

    I welcome and encourage people not to dogmatically believe Billy as if he’s a tin god to be worshiped, and I’m sure he wouldn’t want that.

    On February 3rd, 1997, Billy wrote, “They [“a worldwide group of certain earth humans”] are also not inactive in matters relating to the COUNTERFEITING of crop circles, and indeed in the most differing countries.” [my caps for emphasis]

    http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/Billy_Meier/gaiaguys/meierv7p438-444.htm

    “COUNTERFEITING”?

    The fervour in which Billy’s ludicrous boards and ropes statement is being wielded against in-yer-face scientifically established hard physical evidence to the contrary, and Billy’s own statements about “grain circle counterfeiting” (“Kornkreisfälschungen”) – shows to me that we still have a very long way to go before we get over the idea that what “the book” (or Billy) says IS TRUE BECA– — — USE “the book” (or Billy) SAYS it’s true.

    Cheers!

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