Here’s a little note on why I have put up blogs for discussion pertaining to crop circles, astrology, etc.
We have to remember that Billy Meier has indeed said to not believe anything, including what he or the Plejaren say, as our friend Dyson has frequently reminded us. Of course we occasionally get a little cognitive dissonance here when we discuss and/or favor positions different from what we understand that Meier and/or the Plejaren espouse.
Both crop circles and astrology are good examples because, in the case of astrology, I was attacked for even daring to discuss something because of all of its tabloid superficiality, fortune-telling associations, as well as the clear information from Meier about how inaccurate our known versions are, and in the case of the crop circles, the same people who quoted Meier and admonished me were the ones (okay, the main one) who most vocally opposes Meier’s information about the causes and parties behind many of their formations.
To be clear regarding the crop circles – I don’t know. I always thought that they must be extraterrestrial in origin, which Meier’s information disagrees with, and I’m glad to host the discussion to learn more. The same holds true about astrology with the exception that I also can’t deny my own experiences, though I certainly am not making a blanket endorsement about the entire matter.
But since it’s taken the Plejaren so long to figure out and correct the information pertaining to all the alleged extraterrestrial contactee situations and Ashtar Sheran, we certainly owe it to ourselves to think for ourselves and to not rely even on the Plejaren to know everything pertaining to extraterrestrial matters.
Let’s not become like those evangelical, fundamentalists who always quote the “word of God” from the Bible but then, when something really doesn’t make sense, can be seriously questioned, etc., they say, “Well, that isn’t really what God meant.” Right, so now they’re “God”, which happens to be true but the reality of that statement would be blasphemous and unacceptably incomprehensible to them as well. Big problem.
People forget that by choosing any religion or belief system, any “God”, that they are the ones who authorize and give supreme legitimacy to it. So, aren’t they the “God” then, the authority that knows what’s really true? Their fall back is that it’s “written in the Bible”, provoking my criticism that all religions rest on the illogical, inadmissible premise that, “What’s in this book is true…because this book says it’s true.”
And we’re back to square one.
So let’s not be afraid at all of, in fact let’s welcome, exercising our critical thinking at every opportunity. Question beliefs, authorities, experts, etc., and certainly let’s not quote them to justify wanting to shut down debate on things out of either fear or certainty.
The truth always wins out in the end.