The horror of the attack in Paris by Islamic extremists reminds (some of) us again that we were warned but didn’t listen to the prophecies and predictions published by Billy Meier, beginning in the early 1950s.
Now, jumping to a seemingly unrelated matter, I had received links to this story from a number of people a few days ago, pertaining to the disappearance of the Mayan. Of course Meier was told about the connection between the drought and their disappearance, as far back as 1989.
Sometimes skeptics take something that Meier has verifiably published years, even decades, ago and suggest that there’s nothing remarkable about it, that he wasn’t the first to “suggest” or “theorize” about it, that a recently made available, otherwise obscure scientific paper stated or theorized something similar, or even the same, etc.
Not being able to see the forest for the trees – or to be able to deduce the obvious – seems to be an ever-growing deficit in thinking that’s, ironically, linked to the very technologies that allow us now to make available and find information instantly. However, in what one could call the age of reason (be it for an individual thinker or humanity as a whole) human beings were actually capable of, indeed even taught how to…think.
Finding a fact and using it to make or refute an argument is only part of the process. The glib skeptics, armed as they and we now are with the internet at our fingertips, may not have actually watched…enough TV, at least the kind that could have taught them something about research, investigation, critical thinking and deductive reasoning. Had they cozied up to any of the productions of Sherlock Holmes stories (or read the books), as well as any of the good detective shows that relied less on fancy technology and more on what was good ol’ detective work, they would have come into contact with concepts like means, motive and opportunity (MMO).
Had Meier indeed been a one-shot wonder, a lucky guesser, a backdating hoaxer and all the other things that the skeptics would hope that he was, we wouldn’t have such a broad spectrum of information that so far has proved to be completely accurate. But faced with Meier’s voluminous information, constantly being corroborated before our very eyes, a true critical thinker is forced to consider just how he – with his indisputably unique and difficult life circumstances – had the means and the opportunity to acquire all this information absolutely before it was widely, let alone provably available to him.
And of course the other question that the skeptics never can answer is…why? What was the motive for this man – who in addition to dodging relentless attempts on his life and is already at the center of the UFO controversy with his abundant, still irreproducible evidence – to go to the trouble to gather and publish this information, etc., carefully weaving it into lengthy, consistent dialogs between him and the extraterrestrial people whose craft he’s been photographing since 1964? The usual fame and fortune motives have long been shown to be inadequate and patently false.
But…this is the internet age, when all of your thinking is done for you by various experts, by…search engines. Of course, should anyone, skeptics included, be accused of a crime they didn’t commit, do you think that they’d not want to show that they really didn’t have the means, the motive and the opportunity to commit the crime? Or would they rush to their computers to search for…what?
We are often hesitant, if not loathe to apply the same standards to ourselves that we so willing apply to others in accusing them of wrongdoing. And we have a self-destructive perhaps even fatal habit of seeking to find the worst in others when they are the ones pointing out to us just where our own ignorance, stubbornness and lack of understanding is leading us.
In every way possible, Meier prophecies and predictions, his publishing of scientific information that will only later be corroborated as fact – not theory – have been offered to us that we may recognize the credibility of the source and get the underlying messages pertaining to understanding the spiritual teaching in everyday life, the laws of cause and effect and the equally immutable law of self-responsibility. When we break that law, we punish ourselves individually and collectively. When we ignore the warnings so amply, consistently and patiently provided to us by the prophet of the new time and his compatriots from the depths of space, we get to reap the otherwise avoidable, catastrophic results, as the French and many others are finding out…as the time fulfills.