Billy Meier’s photographs of the devastating future SF quake showed cars without side view mirrors
I recently contacted some futurists who will be involved in programs at ASU. While we’re often told that real scientists don’t like the word “prediction”, it seems that it’s actually a key element of what futurists also do.
I’m therefore optimistic that they will evaluate Billy Meier’s predictive and prophetic information with scientific objectivity, especially in light of Prof. Scott Antes’ having paved the way for the Meier case to be presented to, and studied by, students, scientists and professors alike.
The Coming San Francisco Earthquake
One of the most controversial claims in the Meier case is that he was taken into the future by the Plejaren extraterrestrials, where he took 11 photographs of a devastating future San Francisco earthquake. Lead case investigator, Lt. Col. Wendell Stevens (USAF), reported seeing these photos, along with the two other (skeptical) investigators, Lee and Brit Elders, and a number of Swiss FIGU group members.
In trying to identify any elements, landmarks, or features that would give them clues to the time at which this event would/did happen, they noticed that the visible cars on the streets of San Francisco didn’t appear to have side view mirrors (external projections), as did the cars of the time (1978), or even as those of today.
Now the development of camera technologies to replace side view mirrors has taken another large step. Add to this the latest discovery about the underwater connection of two dangerous earthquake faults in the Bay Area and, well, the time of the quake appears to be drawing even nearer.
The Coming NW Earthquake & Tsunami
Within two years of Meier’s warning about the coming 9.0 earthquake and tsunami in the NW, scientists at OSU echoed his information, though they haven’t done anything to really warn, prepare, or advise relocation to the endangered population. It is hoped that the…futurists will carefully examine Meier’s abundant, specific and impeccably accurate foretelling of events and discoveries so that they may realize the significance of this opportunity to mitigate some of the loss of life that will otherwise occur when this looming future SF quake occurs.
Look Behind You to See the Future
Even in the face of such undeniably accurate predictions, from decades ago, about the now very present, international terrorist attacks and threats from radical Islamist fundamentalists, some people still want to hear “something new. The real truth is that Meier’s predictive information is so voluminous that it constitutes a study in itself, as more and more of it is being corroborated all the time.
As we can look to the past to also verify its authenticity and preemptive publication, we now approach the time when a new way of looking to see what’s on the road behind us will signal the end of the road for many, should they not heed these warnings in time.
Thanks to Erwin Bauer and Brock Bradford for the new info on the replacement of rearview mirrors with cameras.