NOTE: Please see update posted at end of article below.*
It’s been many years since numerous scientific experts authenticated Billy Meier’s UFO photographs, films, sound recordings and metal samples. Nonetheless, many people have neither understood, nor accepted, the validity and significance of these findings.
Their skeptical cry for access to now long gone negatives, etc., has been used to try to cast doubt on the evidence, as well as the honesty and character of Meier and all concerned. Such accusations and demands were part of the subterfuge employed, usually by the most technically incompetent people, who were essentially claiming that if they themselves hadn’t personally analyzed the evidence it must be hoaxed. Of course this attitude invalidates accepting as true most of…human history, since none of us have personally witnessed, observed, or tested more than 99% of it.
This skeptical tactic has been parroted and echoed by every online armchair expert for whom the reality of the Meier case is simply too threatening to their belief systems.
Quite recently, Rhal Zahi provided new authentication of 63 of Meier’s most controversial photographs and five-minute video of the WCUFO, from 1981, using state-of-the-art technology. He also authenticated Meier’s first 8mm film of the so-called “Pendulum UFO”, from 1975, which reveals two instances of the craft “jumping”, i.e. actually appearing in two separate places within one frame of film!
Many people who’ve taken the time to examine and think through the evidence also realized for themselves that Meier’s 8mm film of the Hasenböl UFO with two lights flashing in broad daylight, from 1976, was certainly no clever, remote controlled model. Similarly, a film interview of Meier, by NTV (Nippon TV), showing Meier and the film director walking up to the tree immortalized in the famous “Sunlight UFO” photographs also taken at Hasenböl, easily settled the authenticity of that photographic evidence. Add to the amazing photographs the one of the cross in the sky, taken in India in 1964 with an old Kodak bellows camera, as well as UFO photos taken by other witnesses, including a Swiss skeptic, and mountains of other information and one may just recognize the genuineness and authenticity of the Meier case.
However, Rhal Zahi authenticated another one of the WCUFO photos that skeptics long accused of being just a model against a black curtain. Remembering that Meier took these 35mm photos in 1981, long before home computers, digital effects, PhotoShop, etc., and that he never drew any attention to them himself, this one simple result is not only amazing in itself but it can easily be duplicated by anyone, by…you, right at your own computer. No longer will the disingenuous cries for negatives of the original photos carry even the slightest weight or concern. After all, even if negatives were presented at this time, only a relatively few people would have the technical ability to authenticate them themselves, so once again we’d have to rely on outside expert analysis and opinion.
Now, in keeping with the theme of self-responsibility at the core of the Meier case, any and all of us who want to see the truth come alive before our very eyes, the truth that was hidden in plain sight for over 32 years, only have to do what Zahi himself did – put the photo (which you can grab off of this page) into PhotoShop and increase the brightness and contrast*. You will find yourself looking down from above the WCUFO at a road next to a grassy path, etc.:
(See more about the extended cupola here.)
Only the most desperate, intellectually dishonest skeptics (am I repeating myself?) would be dwelling so deeply in denial as to not consider and admit that there is absolutely no likelihood that Meier somehow figured out, more than three decades ago, how to “trick” 21st century technology, that hadn’t been invented yet, into revealing that which wasn’t apparent on a 35mm film photograph.
While I maintain that the even “higher standard of proof” is in Meier’s voluminous, prophetically accurate, scientific information (of which you’ll find plenty on this blog as well as here) being able to authenticate Meier’s WCUFO photos yourself should be sufficient to end any doubts about their authenticity and Meier’s truthfulness, once and for all.
Of course, now that you know the truth about the most important true story in all of science and human history…what will you do about it?
UPDATE: The following is from a new translation of questions to, and answers by, Billy Meier courtesy of Bruce Lulla.
Dear ladies and gentlemen, I would like to put the question to you, if Mr. Meier still has contact with the extraterrestrials, why he takes no pictures of the spaceships in this day and age? His recordings come from the 1970s and 1980s. Just one question.
A. Winkler, Switzerland
The photographs made by me in the 1970s and 1980s of Plejaren beamships was allowed and I could make them only with explicit mandate and absolutely only with the permission of the Plejaren. Thus I was assigned by them, to make plenty of photos as evidence regarding the existence of the Plejaren and their beam ships, which for me was not only a difficult task with respect to my photographic ignorance but also regarding the varied and sometimes difficult-to-reach places for the photographic work.
Now then, during the years when I had to produce the photos in a task of the Plejaren, there were still no privately-owned computers with which the recordings made by me could have been constructed and manipulated, that is to say, faked. In foresight or through a future-look and so forth, of the Plejaren, they knew however, that computer services for residential folks would come up and boom in the course of the 1980′s, therefore they were keen still, that photographic-evidence be produced before this technology begin to take hold. As a result it should be avoided, that I could be accused of falsifying the photos through computer manipulations. Unfortunately, the Plejaren, however, did not expect the malicious earthlings in the form of know-it-alls, the envious and adversaries, which nevertheless maliciously accused me of trickery and forgery and still do to this day. And ever since the second half of the 1980′s, computers can be privately bought and used by any human being, if this is wanted, thus since then UFO photos can be prepared in any number of ways and presented, and these days these can be made so perfect that a forgery as such, can no longer be recognized or hardly at all.
That I can make no more photos of Plejaren beamships in the present time, that is simply because the Plejaren no longer allow this and consequently also no longer visibly position themselves for recordings. On the one hand they have themselves felt very affected by the malignancy of the know-it-alls, slanderers and adversaries of all kinds, which accuse me of fraud, forgery and charlatanry, etc., and on the other hand, leads the Plejaren to the fact that the photographic-evidence I created is more than enough, in order to prove, for reasonable human beings of the earth, the existence of the Plejaren and that of their beamships. More is probably not to be explained in addition to that.
* Guy Guilbert has suggested that, not surprisingly, I got it wrong about PhotoShop, “Increasing both the brightness and the Contrast by sliding them to the right keeps the background black and makes the cake brighter. Contrast must go the the left-decreasing the black and letting whatever else is there appear. To the right INCREASES lights AND darks. It works best if you run it through twice.”