The self-seeking, grandstanding charade continues. Project Blue Book archives were just released, as many people may now be aware. And one of the funny things is that nowhere in those archives on the website hosted by John Greenewald can I find any mention of…Billy Meier, let alone the photograph of his that the New York Post used when they featured the FoxNews report:
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Isn’t it interesting that one of the preeminent chasers of lights-in-the-sky goes to all the trouble to post the gloriously inconclusive results of Project Blue Book when – for years – I’ve been asking, urging, prodding him to “discover” the Meier case? Unfortunately, I’ve made John very angry for doing so. I apparently showed little respect for his “boy wonder” approach to the field of UFOlogy, which has an implied seal of approval from UFOfficialdom, the powers that be, etc.
Last year I not only pressed John about the Meier case, I included him in an email to my list of skeptics, telling them that I was going to include them among those who were now saying the case is authentic. This delightful little ploy elicited a lot of responses, of which John Greenewald’s were the most pointed, unambiguous and clear in revealing his ignorance, bias and, most likely, evidence that he really must have some kind of support from those who maintain suppression of the Meier case. The only other alternative is a level of amateurish, arrogant incompetence that, time and again, pays off in our beloved, dumbed down America with some sort of success.
So here are excerpts from our exchange in which John leaves no doubt at all about…
John’s brilliant conclusions as a “UFO researcher”:
“Unfortunately, most of your evidence is laughable, at best…You back a story that is a hoax, in my honest opinion.”
Regarding the WCUFO…and John’s self-assessment of his own brain capacity:
“In closing, here is one of your ‘evidence’ photos which I attached below. I feel this, is more than enough proof, that the Meier case is a joke. I am confident to say this photo is not photoshopped, edited, or tweaked in ANY way. I’d be comfortable agreeing with you. However, anyone with a first grade photography lesson, can tell you this is not a spacecraft from another planet nor does it resemble anything larger than a large shoebox set inches away from the camera. It is clearly an object very close to the camera, while the house in the background goes softly out of focus. Anyone else with half a string bean for a brain, can also tell you that the majority of Meier’s photos always have part of the craft not captured on film. The example below, the bottom. Other examples, the top. Why? The model is sitting on something, or strung up hanging from a string. It’s as simple as that – in my opinion. The others where you can see the craft in the distance? I would venture a guess that these models are literally thrown and a photo is snapped. Why? They always appear to be the same approximate distance from the camera, and always appear to be in the same trajectory. My opinion, of course, but your photos are NOT the smoking gun.”
Regarding the prophecies:
“All those other silly ‘prophecies’ that you claim Meier made, consist of writings with links to news stories claiming Meier is the next Jesus, or whatever you may be claiming to your followers. No proof when any of these rantings were written, or even if they were written by Meier at all. Other areas of your site consist of the copy and paste of thousands of pages of all sorts of stuff that really make no sense whatsoever. “
Regarding providing “proof”:
“You want to provide proof? Setup a video camera, and have one of Meier’s alien friends sit on camera, and give their predictions, prophecies, teachings, whatever they want to give for the human race to see, instead of these ridiculous photos and silly ‘prophecies’ which appears to be the only proof you guys can conjure up. Because if there really was a message to spread to all of us lesser-lings from the more enlightened and higher powers like you and Meier – I wouldn’t think an intelligent, alien race, would travel millions of light years, and find some Swiss guy with no public outreach ability, to trust all their intergalactic wisdom to, then trust a man like you to run around and spread that message of light around the planet, while cursing all those who don’t believe you.”
Maybe about now, dear reader, you’re wondering (or not) just why the Project Blue Book archives were released and posted on his site.
It’s clear that John thinks that I’m a rude, nasty guy, taking all of the fun out of the game of chase-your-own-tail trivia that UFOlogy is to him. I have the bad taste to call out people who pretend they’re grown up, important persons without demonstrating the tough, competent seriousness and…character to carry the weight and responsibility that bringing forth the truth demands.
So, John Greenewald, my willfully ignorant, self-important, young friend, please enjoy this photo of the WCUFO that was displayed in Times Square while you were carrying on about your precious lights-in-the-sky:
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I’m also adding a few links below that effortlessly rebut your adolescent critiques of the Meier case and its evidence. Maybe, if you get a glimmer of the truth, if it isn’t too harsh and disruptive for your profit-oriented agenda, you’ll wonder just…why you’ve had a rather easy time maintaining a platform that helps to distract from, and disinform about the only scientifically proven, still ongoing Billy Meier UFO contact case.