It’s the little things that count…and keep on adding up
what’s a little lightening between friends?
Recently released scientific reports contain “new discoveries” which, not surprisingly, were published by Billy Meier, in some cases decades ago.
In this article we learn that Humans and Neandertals likely interbred in Middle East (apparently “not tonight, I’ve got a migraine” didn’t stop them). But we already learned about their love life in 2008 from Meier. And even more information was provided to him in 2012, in the same contact containing recently corroborated information about…butter.
In January 2011, Meier was already talking about “the insidious manipulation of our minds via television, computers and the Internet”, while Samsung has just admitted to participating in this invasiveness. (Meier also scooped Snowden regarding the NSA, Microsoft, etc., by 6 ½ years.)
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We can just add these varied examples to the long list of specific examples of corroborations of Meier’s scientific and world event related information. The topics are of varying degrees of importance, some that confirm the truth about disasters that will affect us for generations to come and longer, some that are no less amazing, though they remind us what our fate may be if we indeed remain…too stupid to survive.
Sure, the blasé, know-it-all crowd could say, “Anybody could’ve said that,” about maybe a few of these but the fact is that nobody but Meier nailed over 200 specific examples. And his record of such prophetic accuracies spans nearly 65 years.
Maybe it’s a good time to pay attention since it appears there’s a very good chance that some of this future is about to arrive.
P.S. Chris Lock pointed out that Meier predicted a computer in every home in 1951 and in 1958 predicted the internet. Before you think that was in any way obvious, here’s what Thomas Watson, the president of IBM in 1943 predicted. Chris also sent me this article that pointed out how the so-called Smart Phones are already effectively spying on their owners.
Thanks also to James Robin, Moeri, CJ Goode, Annie Newman, Greg O’Brien, Greg Dougall, Jason for these pieces of information.