Now that mass extinction is becoming a trendy topic, perhaps the promoters would do something really significant and publicize Billy Meier’s warnings about Apophis
While we supported the recent Asteroid Day event, etc., etc., none of our many efforts to reach the promoters resulted in any responses. Now that mass extinction is becoming a trendy topic, perhaps the promoters would do something really significant and publicize Billy Meier’s warnings about asteroid Apophis, aka the Red Meteor, from 1981 and 2008.
The party may be over but Apophis is still coming.
Since Meier’s contacts with the Plejaren extraterrestrial human race – now spanning more than 73 years – also happen to be the most important true story in all of science and human history, it should at least be noteworthy for any real scientists involved.
Adding to the urgency is the fact that there’s a new global map of where asteroids are most likely to hit the Earth and, wouldn’t you know it, the major line goes from Spain to Scandinavia…including through the North Sea, in the area where the Plejaren said that Apophis will hit, with certainty, if a serious international scientific effort to deflect it with a nuclear charge – as NASA seems to have suddenly have “discovered” – isn’t immediately implemented.
So, if Asteroid Day was more than just a trendy, profit-oriented exercise in marketing a film and T-shirts – and I hope I’m not being either unfair or rhetorical – perhaps Greg, Bryan and all the various sirs and stars, etc., will stop patting themselves on the back, wake up and get on with it!
They’ve come right up to the brink of doing something of unique historical significance, if they have the wit and the will to do so.
Heck, let them be the ones to “discover” the Meier case – most of the people probably live within a few hours of where Meier lives and has his contacts – even if their only goal is more fame, etc. (We’ll gladly provide evidence and answers to any and all questions, challenges, etc.)
The most important incentive may be that they also live not too far from where Apophis will crash down…and alter the face of the Earth and all life on it. And that won’t be anything to party about.
More about Apophis:
Thanks to Nicolas Weis for the map.