Any persons who are seriously interested in the truth should engage in a critical examination of all of the evidence and information in the Billy Meier UFO case and decide for themselves.
There are ways to do it that are honest and responsible and those that are completely illogical and ill thought out. Neutrality in examining the evidence requires critical thinking, logic and reason, as well as an understanding of just how real life works…as opposed to the sterile conditions of a test tube.
In 1988 I opened a local newspaper and read about a “new discovery” by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories linked atmospheric A-bomb tests to ozone damage. The article gave information, including the percentage of damage to the ozone layer, etc. I was puzzled for a moment because, somehow, I already knew that information. It took me a moment to reach under my bed and pull out the first 100 pages of the Contact Reports and, in about a minute, I found the first mention of that same information, which had been told to Billy Meier in 1975. I’d had the original 1,800 pages of the Contact Reports in my possession since 1986, when I got them from a person I met on a visit to Sedona, Arizona**.
I had similar experiences pertaining to other so-called “new discoveries” over the next several years and I started to compile and publish a lot of this information in 2006. I soon also had the advantage of using the internet to search for information, something that Meier of course didn’t have when he started to publish his varied scientific information.
I’ve referred to the ever-growing body of Meier’s corroborated information as “prophetically accurate” and that it was published before “official discovery”, often by decades. Because we now have the internet to search with, it’s occasionally discovered that some items may have been known to, and/or published by, some scientists before Meier published them. And certain skeptics have jumped on this in an attempt to discredit Meier, accuse him of falsifying or post-dating his information, etc. So this is where the aforementioned real life thinking skills, and the all but forgotten common sense, come into play.
In many cases the information that I cite was told to Meier in a conversational, rather than prophetic context although some of it’s contained in various prophecies, predictions, etc. The main problem the skeptics have is the same one that I had too, i.e. in the relatively few instances where Meier wasn’t the first to publish the information, it usually wasn’t available to be noticed by anyone perhaps outside of a laboratory or science library, etc. And so it wasn’t until years after Meier published it that such information appeared online, as old documents of all kinds are finally getting uploaded to the internet.
This still leaves us with a remarkable situation in which a man who had no access to the rarified information, and which was unavailable to the general public, somehow published it at around the same time, in those cases when he didn’t actually publish it beforehand. Of course the additional and highly pertinent details about the man include that he was also living in a remote part of Switzerland, had no significant formal education, nor any background in the sciences, had no known associates in any of those fields, was fully occupied with numerous duties pertaining to raising his family and of course was also busy meeting with extraterrestrials in order to photograph, film and record their craft…in addition to engaging in lengthy conversations with them in which the aforementioned information was discussed and which this one-armed man also subsequently transcribed.
The problems we encounter with the modern day skeptics is that they, like an ever-growing number of people all over the world, are overly dependent on technology. Their main reference points now for almost everything are what they access online through various devices and not through any kind of actual, feet-on-the-ground kind of research. Hence, they also have little to no understanding of such complexities, other than in a theoretical way, if at all. But theoretical familiarity is often devoid of the understanding that results from real research into the messy inconveniences and difficulties of real life. Compounding this problem – and often making it nearly hopeless – is that they don’t know that they don’t know and that, worse, they don’t care that they don’t know that they don’t know. And the same can be extrapolated regarding that they don’t know that they don’t know how to…think.
So while they can “push the buttons” on their computers in search of strictly factual information, they are rendered intellectually inert when confronted with the niggling little, real life details, and the totality of the facts and circumstances, that require a comprehensive understanding of how to apply logic and reasoning in order to deduce the truth.
A couple of years ago, I made similar arguments and listed some specific examples, including information that pertained to Meier being told what the cause of the contraction of the surface of Mercury was, about 32 years before NASA “discovered” it. Some skeptics will say that other people knew the planet was contracting even before Meier’s conversation with Semjase. Well of course they did…otherwise Meier wouldn’t have known about it to be asking her what caused it! But they didn’t know why it was contracting and it was good enough for NASA to claim that they “discovered” the reason…even though Meier beat them to the punch, as is verifiably evident in the copyright information in the book that the transcript is published in.
On this same page there’s information pertaining to the planetoid that broke into two parts and crashed into the Atlantic Ocean, which is almost certainly the so-called Fried Egg Crater, which we noted in “as the time fulfills”. We may find that the information, published in this same article, pertaining to Venus is confirmed one day as well. Then what will the skeptics say? But in the here and now there are plenty of examples that Meier published his information before anyone else, indeed long before many of the specifically foretold events occurred.
In Your Face…and Mine Too
In fact, staring us squarely in the face right now is the inescapable reality of the *Russian military movements – involving the exact same countries specifically spelled out in the Henoch Prophecies. It’s almost as if Russia is following the script to the letter and the other countries are as oblivious as the proverbial frogs in the pot of water, politely going so far as to turn the heat up on themselves in their ignorance of what awaits them…and that includes us.
And if the Henoch Prophecies continue to unfold, as unfortunately seems to be the case, then situations like this represent only a minor inconvenience to Russia – who will ultimately take complete control of France’s military arsenal in the not so distant future, this occurring after France has effectively fallen from within to radical Islamic fundamentalists, as Meier foretold in 1981, as well as in the Henoch Prophecies.
Of the Utmost Urgency
Also taking into account the newly authenticated UFO photos, as well as the oldest available ones, taken by Meier, the intelligent investigator doesn’t waste any time worrying about the least important photos in the case. Nor do they indulge in sophistry and pseudoscientific “research” into the possibility that Meier published some information that may have been known to a few people in the scientific community, though clearly unavailable for him to note, copy, falsify, etc. Isn’t that exactly what those who veer off into such kinds of irrelevant pursuits are actually implying? Indeed, their unacknowledged premise is that despite what real research and common sense reveals, somehow Meier must have faked or hoaxed something…and for reasons completely unknown that would obviously run counter to his own self-interest.
If one takes into account the above information and reasoning, what real doubt can exist that the case is absolutely authentic and that recognition of it is of the utmost urgency to all of us and to our future survival? So while there may be more of these two-steps-forward-one-step-back, ill thought out, self-indulgent exercises in futility, the truly thoughtful, concerned person will decisively determine what they will do once that they are satisfied that they now know…the truth.
Thanks to Norm DeCindis for the update.