Evidence vindicates Swiss UFO contactee Billy Meier
I’m revisiting this recent blog showing the ineptitude and dishonesty of skeptic Derek Bartholomaus, in order to draw attention to one of the most important pieces of information in it, for those who believed that Billy Meier had hoaxed the photos of the two extraterrestrial women, Asket and Nera.
This information shows the impossibility of Meier having had access to the photos of the two American look-alikes, singers Michelle DellaFave and Susan Lund, since The Dean Martin Show, on which they were performers, ended in April 1974…more than a year-and-a-half before Meier took his photos, in December…1975.
To be clear, while the photos that were manipulated by parties unknown were widely circulated unknowingly as authentic, and only relatively recently determined to be faked, they incorporated Meier’s original, authentic photos of Asket and Nera:
The skeptics claim that the Asket and Nera photos were hoaxed…by Meier. Yet they’ve offered absolutely zero proof. In fact, they’ve never been able to provide evidence that US TV, and The Dean Martin Show in particular, was available in Switzerland, and/or the area where Meier lived, at that time.
The skeptics have never provided credible, factually substantiated answers to these questions:
Where is the evidence that Meier had a color TV at the time and that he would have known about and watched the show?
Where are the German subtitles for a show broadcast in German-speaking Switzerland?
Where are the lines from the cathode ray tube (CRT)?
Where is the reflection of a flash?
How does a camera with a stuck setting for infinity take a clear close up photo?
Why did Michelle DellaFave request, and then go to see Billy Meier, in early 2017, saying that she knew he was an honest man?
The real debate ender, however, is that it’s impossible that Meier hoaxed the photos because, as the documentation in Contact 31 shows, he had photographed them on December 3, 1975 . At the same time, he was informed of the look-alikes in America. When Meier inquired further, he was told by Ptaah that there were reasons why he wouldn’t provide more details.
However, The Dean Martin Show ended in early…1974. The videotapes of the show couldn’t have aired in Europe – for which there is no evidence they ever were – before 1979…which was five years after the Asket and Nera photos were taken.
The fact that the Asket and Nera photos were tampered with – by someone other than Meier – is further evidenced by the photos below. In the photo on the left, we see singer Susan Lund, in the middle, with a collarless top. However, in the manipulated photo on the right, she is, magically, wearing a shirt with a large collar. Since Meier couldn’t have had access to any material from a US TV show, which ended a year and one-half before he took his photos of Asket and Nera, the photo manipulations had to have been done by parties that had access to both the footage of the TV show and Meier’s actual photos of Asket and Nera. (NOTE: Mario Renteria has pegged the collar as belonging to Dean Martin, showing a double-exposure that Meier also couldn’t have made.)
Michael Horn Interviewed by Kevin Randle
Kevin Randle and I enjoyed a brisk and colorful exchange in this interview about the Billy Meier UFO contact case. While he may have been frustrated with my stubborn insistence that he deal – credibly – with Meier’s irrefutably authentic, foundational evidence from 1964, the best that it appeared he could do was to claim that Meier, somehow, obtained a…photo enlarger, in rural India, 1964.
Of course, the next, unanswered question was, “Where and how did Meier get photos of UFOs in 1964 India in the first place?” Regarding looking at those photos for himself, Randle admitted he’d never gone to look at them, despite that they’re still being available in Meier’s photo book in Switzerland. Countless visitors, most of whom don’t consider themselves “UFO researchers” have taken the time and trouble to do so. And Randle clearly didn’t want to hear the opinion of a real top-level military investigative expert, who was quite willing to correct his flawed, inaccurate perceptions.
The inescapably painful thing about the so-called UFO community and its “experts”, and the so-called “professional skeptics”, is that not a one of them ever troubled themselves to go and investigate this still ongoing UFO contact case, now spanning more than…75 years. It’s far easier to “research” a lot of third-hand information, about so-called “UFO cases” (“Roswell”, etc.), all of which are completely absent testable evidence (not even one photograph) and write about it, knowing that it will always be inconclusive, rest on anecdotal hearsay and be completely…dead end.
The saddest part, most pathetic part about all this is how it shows that so many people in this field simply don’t want to find what they claim to be looking for…as I’ve pointed out before.
The revolution begins within.
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