Conveying the truth about a possible break in the very cycle of life
I’ve met more than a few people who issue essentially the same challenge, “Well, you show me some prediction that Billy Meier already made about what’s going to happen in the future and maybe then I’ll take it seriously.”
While there is no shortage of specific examples of already corroborated, prophetically accurate information, which are also constantly added to on this blog, the challenge is more a reflection on the self-absorbed, self-important, state of mind of people who have allowed themselves to slip into various religious, political and/or trendy delusions and for whom life has essentially become an entertainment seeking exercise.
As Meier already also predicted, in 1958, they are people seduced by phantasmagoria whose “sense of reality disappears and they can no longer distinguish between reality and fiction”. Ironically, many of them actually consider themselves to be hardcore realists, skeptics, etc.
Conveying the Truth
The breakdown of the global conveyor belt is no fiction.
They all pointed out that, once again, Billy Meier’s information, this time from Contact 544, is specific and painfully prophetically accurate:
This is also the contact in which Meier discusses the probable breakdown of the US, by 2020, which he was first advised about in 1975. We may wish to also refer to his first warnings, in 1981 and 1987, about the two coming civil wars. While it’s said that hindsight is 20/20 vision, this vision of 2020 should offer foresight sufficient to awaken at least some people out of their stupor.
For those who still don’t know, Billy Meier was also the first person to warn of unnatural, manmade climate and climbing global warming, among many other things, in the 1950s*. For decades his warnings have been available but largely unheeded.
As was recently also pointed out**, the study of the spiritual teaching is the essential remedy to our very threatened future survival. For those who wish to delve even deeper, this is a very good time to acquire The Spiritual Teaching in Everyday Life, which contains also the ultimate how-to book on thinking, The Might of the Thoughts.
Thanks to Nick Majchrzak.