Dear MUFON member, UFO enthusiast, etc.,
In light of the new agreement between Jan Harzan, Executive Director of MUFON, and me, I want to personally extend the offer for you to send me your questions, challenges, etc., pertaining to the Billy Meier UFO contact case. I will be delighted to answer them to the best of my ability, in a prompt, courteous manner.
Considering that Meier first went public with his UFO photos and information in 1964, it’s certainly not too soon for us to make our best efforts to determine if this is the biggest, most impenetrable hoax…or the most important true story in all of human history. Of course the Meier case is still ongoing today, more than 72 years after his first contacts, in 1942. Certainly, in this very comprehensive case, the first step is to examine the physical evidence, professional expert analyses, etc.
I’ve also just been contacted by people in other countries who are interested in contributing to this process of discovery.
I’m sure we can look forward to all of the questions and answers, etc., being made available to MUFON and then included in their overall research on the case.
As mentioned in my article, I hope that by Monday we’ll have a link on the MUFON site for conducting this process.
Again, your questions, challenges, etc., are most welcome.
Authorized American Media Representative
The Billy Meier Contacts
Michael Horn & Davida Horn
“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.”
Volker Engel, Marc Weigert – Uncharted Territory Academy Award-winners, Special Effects for “Independence Day”