Ignoring UFO contactee Billy Meier’s chillingly accurate predictions doesn’t bode well for our future survival
In 2008, we published information about the so-called Iceman that showed that Billy Meier received and published the essential facts well before the “official discovery” of the frozen mummy. Of course the skeptics and sophists came out of their own blocks of intellectual ice to attack Meier, claiming that he falsified, backdated the information, etc.
While skepticism is an appropriate element, as opposed to a valid, overriding philosophical, scientific or professional position, the particular kind of skeptics who rushed to attack the Meier case presume that this reclusive man, his evidence, information and his claims, all only exist to try to fool them. Since they considered themselves to be too “smart” for such a ruse, they set themselves up like bowling pins for the inevitable corroboration of Meier’s truthfulness to scatter them all over the proverbial alley, which has now happened again, as Matt Knight illustrates below*. They also inadvertently have helped to corroborate Meier’s specific, prophetically accurate information about Jupiter, Io, etc.
In fact, there are so many more, new corroborations occurring that it’s only because of the prodding by contributors to the blog that I decided to post just a few of them. Honestly, the stubbornness and refusal by so-called scientists and others to even respond to this singular, overwhelmingly prophetically accurate source, this elephant in the room, does get a bit depressing at times. So I’m of course thankful when a skeptical professor decides that – in pursuit of intellectual honesty, integrity and curiosity – his students deserve to decide the truth for themselves.
New Planet…as Meier Predicted in 1958
In 1958 Meier first published predictive information about the discovery of planets beyond Pluto. He did so again in 1978 and lead investigator Wendelle Stevens reported that Meier also told him about it in 1979. In 1988, Meier spoke about planets “up to around 3,000 kilometers in size” beyond Pluto, all of which brings to mind the recent headline story about a possible new 9th planet in the solar system. It also calls to mind Meier’s information about Neptune and many other things that could prove educational to our scientists, etc., which was published in May 1989. We should note that Voyager 2 didn’t take its photographs of the planet until the summer of 1989.
In 2009, Meier published this information, which may also turn out to be relevant:
“Besides all this, the year 2012 brings other unpleasant events, like e.g. an unknown, invisible, dark and huge space wanderer that is threatening from the fringe of our solar system and could wreak tremendous havoc regarding Earth.
And if this should really occur, the fact of its existence would be openly proven starting with 2010 or 2011, if at all, because the possibility of a “dark” and, therefore, non-observable passage of the colossus is also possible.”
Of course we still get inquiries from concerned, well-intentioned people asking why we haven’t contacted SETI, which of course we’ve attempted for over a decade and recently again, without response. But how else can we describe this self-appointed authority – on a topic that it knows absolutely nothing about – than a stubborn, cynical, profiteering fraud that has deliberately blocked, ignored and stonewalled any actual scientific investigation into the Meier case, which represents and exemplifies the singular, historical fulfillment of it’s “search for extraterrestrial intelligence”, if indeed there was one ounce of honesty and sincerity behind it?
The People Were Warned
On the social scene, Sweden is now beset with hugely increased crime and rape from Muslim immigrants, echoing what Meier specifically foretold in the Henoch Prophecies, almost 30 years ago:
236. Especially in France and Sweden, machinations as well as dictatorial regulations of the European Union will cause much unrest and many uprisings; but also crimes committed by gangs and organised criminal elements in these countries will cause unavoidable civil wars.
237. In addition, significant tensions will arise between the native citizens and immigrants from foreign countries, who as a rule also observe different from those of the native populace.
Note that the EU didn’t even exist when Meier first published this document. Note also that it was the recent machinations of Angela Merkel and the EU that indeed created the problems with “immigrants from foreign countries” whose different “religious beliefs” refers to Islam. Search the rest of the document and you’ll see that Meier long foretold troubles for France, also due to Islam:
259. This can be envisioned as being the many foreigners of a different religion living in France at that time, and specifically Islam, which will be this force working from within.
In fact, in 1951, Meier specifically foretold virtually all of not only the environmental problems but also the current terrorism, mass migration, criminality from third-world countries etc.
And things haven’t gotten exactly cheerier, as has also been evidenced since we posted this video.
A Feast for Futurists
It seems that the one area of science that deals with the idea of predictions is that of the futurists, some of whom now echo what Meier’s long specifically foretold.
We’ve pointed out that Meier was the first person to foretell manmade environmental catastrophes, such as climate change, unnatural global warming, the connection between oil extraction, fracking and earthquakes, etc., decades before the ridiculous know-it-all deniers were choking on the facts. Even the Pentagon unknowingly corroborated Meier’s environmental information, virtually point-for-point, as did an independent UN report. Of course it’s completely politically/religiously unacceptable to also point out the underlying cause, overpopulation, as Meier also spelled out decades ago.
There is, and will continue to be, more fulfillment of that which we should’ve and could’ve avoided, so long as human beings stick their heads in the sand and prioritize profit, entertainment and other distractions over the truth.
Hopefully though, there will also be more honest scientists, futurists, economists, financial analysts, political leaders and others who are willing to swallow their pride, step forward and help prove that we’re not too stupid to survive.
Thanks also to Annie, Erwin, Nicholas and all the people who forwarded the information about the possible newly discovered planet.
*By Matt Knight:
Skeptics left out in the cold after this triple whammy from the Iceman…
Did anyone else pick up on this? In October 2013, National Geographic published an article entitled, “5 Surprising Facts About Otzi the Iceman” (1). Guess what? In February 2012, Scientists found that the Iceman’s DNA showed, “…several health issues”, including, ‘Atherosclerosis’, the medical term for hardened arteries which can be caused by “vascular calcifications”. (2)
Online since 2005, Contact Report 238 from 1991 discloses that the Iceman’s “…death happened at that time in such a way that he fell – caused by an epileptic fit…” (3).
In 2014, nine years after Billy’s the above information was available online, Scientists discover that, “Conditions that can cause [epileptic] seizures include: Hardening of the arteries” (4). Professor Sherifa Hamed from the Dept of Neurology & Psychiatry, Assiut University Hospital, Egypt (5), found, “Evidence from epidemiological, longitudinal, prospective, double-blinded clinical trials as well as case reports documents age-accelerated atherosclerosis with increased carotid artery intima media thickness (CA-IMT) in patients with epilepsy.” (6)
So DNA taken from the Iceman showed, in 2012, that the Iceman had hardened arteries which were proven to cause epilepsy in 2014 – 23 years after Ptaah stated that the Iceman had an epileptic fit just before he fell to his death.
The same National Geographic article features information from scans scientists took of the Iceman in 2011. These showed that the Iceman died from a bang to the head. Note the absence now of any link to an “attack” as previously suggested. Bang to head would be the result of a fall as Billy said in 1991. This research also supports Quetzal’s statement in Contact Report 216, in 1987, online since 2010 (7), that acupuncture is older than previously thought:
“Ötzi’s frozen mummy preserves a fine collection of Copper Age tattoos… has led some researchers to believe that the tattoos marked acupuncture points… Ötzi must have needed a lot of treatment, which, given his age and ailments, isn’t so surprising. The oldest evidence for acupuncture, Ötzi’s tattoos suggest that the practice was around at least 2,000 years earlier than previously thought.” (1)