Meier’s 1987 warning of terrorist attacks in Europe now echoed by international press
Updating what Billy Meier first warned about in 1987, in an unofficial translation of an excerpt from Contact 642, on January 30, 2016, Ptaah told Meier that 17,461 people “directly connected with the IS and the al Qaida terror organization who should be described as so-called sleepers had been identified” and had snuck into Europe with the flow of migrants:
Billy: You have told me at our previous meeting on January 6 that you are about to clarify how many al Qaida and IS sleepers have sneaked in with the flow of migrants into Europe.
Ptaah: This evaluation was carried out, in fact the investigation lasted until January 20, but we still continue on with it. We identified 17,461 persons that are directly connected with the IS and the al Qaida terror organization that should be designated as so-called sleepers.
Billy: Then Europe can indeed expect quite some acts of terrorism. But when I spoke and wrote that killers of the terror organizations IS and al Qaida are smuggled into Europe with the flow of migrants then it only earned laughter and the secret services even denied that this was the case.
Now, three months later, this story appeared warning of terrorist attacks in Europe this summer, with the predictable denial of course from Italy, one of God’s favorite countries…although even conservative American columnist Pat Buchanan seems to understand what’s coming to Europe…and the US.
But, as the saying goes, a prophet is without honor in his own country, which is confirmed by this article about FIGU and Meier from a Swiss publication.
And that particular country has ubiquitous displays of the tortured Savior-on-a-Stick Jesufixes all over the place, a Church for Cheez-Whiz in almost every block, openly practicing undetected Pavlovian mind control day and night with relentless bell ringing to reinforce the cultic grip on the subconsciousness of the unsuspecting faithful. Naturally, they’re quick to label FIGU a “cult” of some kind, despite zero evidence to support it, probably fearing some loss of true believers and their contributions to fill their coffers.
Since 1958, Meier’s been warning of the “deadly and destructive acts through irrepressible terror all over the world” from fanatical Islamists.
Are we listening now?
Thanks to Bill Wilson for the information.