How to get skeptical deniers the help they desperately need
A few months ago, Billy Meier was informed that there would be a new barrage of skeptical attacks, which have indeed begun to manifest. I think this is in part due to the way the entire topic of UFOs and extraterrestrials has been trivialized by the UFO community, with the help of other disinformation spreading parties in government, intelligence agencies, etc. As Meier himself said, don’t bother to fight and argue with the people. Let them talk, rant, etc.
As Meier also said, there aren’t enough shovels to bury the truth.
When people discover the Billy Meier UFO contacts and, through their own clear thinking, realize that the contacts and evidence are authentic, they sometimes wonder what’s taken the skeptics so long to realize the obvious.
Having dealt with the skeptical challenge since 2001, I often wondered the same thing. However, Andrea Logue’s definitive dismantling of skeptic Michael Shermer proved to be the most effective, since Shermer also helped to dismantle himself.
Skeptics Who Proved Meier Contacts Authentic
Shermer actually isn’t the first skeptic who got in way over his head and ended up proving the authenticity of the Meier contacts by default. First there was Derek Bartholomaus, who had to retract his claims that Meier used UFO models and miniature trees.
Both Bartholomaus and Shermer are connected to skeptical organization CFI, whose brilliant and diligent “investigators” helped to prove the prophetic accuracy of Meier’s Jupiter information, which was quite the opposite of what they intended.
Korff Fulfills Plejaren Prediction, Proves They Exist
Most well known for perpetrating frauds is the Middle-Aged-Skeptic-Who-Lives-with-His-Mother, Kal Korff. Korff, who arrogantly presumed to know more about the authenticity of Meier’s UFO photos than experts like astronaut Gordon Cooper and NASA aerospace scientist Michael Malin along with many others. Korff was outed for falsifying Meier’s UFO photos and then, in the ultimate skeptics’ nightmare…proved not only that the Plejaren exist but actually fulfilled their prediction – actually TWO of them.
They accurately foresaw that he had a nefarious agenda behind his seemingly friendly offer to do a project together with me. They also determined that Korff was a delusional paranoid with severe mental health problems. Big surprise there.
Once I took the Plejaren’s advice to withdraw from the project, Korff couldn’t help but to prove them right by launching the attacks, on his website, that the Plejaren had…predicted. Quite a noteworthy accomplishment. I managed to get his website taken down – by three different hosting companies. Try to get that done now and you’ll have a sense of just how vile Korff’s attacks were.
Devoid of Character and Decency
The response from the UK company shows that Korff, in addition to issuing his own death threats against Meier and me, had no problem, even back then, trying to capitalize on the death of persons he didn’t even know:
“xxxxxx did not send back edits or in any way endorse the site content. Our only relationship with Mr. Korff is his attempt to apply for Bill’s job in the same breath that he announced he was dead, something we found deeply offensive to the life and memory of our Marketing Director.”
And that wasn’t the first time. Consider this excerpt from a 2008 review (titled A Handbook in Personal Attacks) of Korff’s book on Amazon as further evidence of the real maliciousness, and lack of character, that motivates Kal Korff:
Not satisfied with defaming entire families of people he doesn’t know, Korff is now shamelessly attacking the late Wendelle Stevens, a tactic he happily admits is intended to sell books, and motivated by the attention given to the recent arrest of former MUFON executive director, Jan Harzan.
Korff’s latest cowardly assault is made all the more disgusting because of the friendship and generosity shown to him by Stevens, when Korff was just a teenager. Perhaps because of his own unresolved father issues, Korff resorted to defaming and back-stabbing Stevens, as he did to all of the people in the book referred to above, even those he didn’t know.
Helping him in this degenerate defilement of the memory of this good and honorable man, are a couple of gullible, attention-seeking, conspiracy cult followers:
Steven Cambian, a Korff wannabe who calls himself Mystery Man, and uses his online show to parrot Korff’s “child molester!” mantra attacks against Wendelle Stevens. Not exactly a career move with a great future.
Melissa Dawn, a labile true believer, gleefully and unquestioningly endorses Korff’s looney claim that Meier and his partner Eva “produced a Pleiadian hybrid child”. Clearly, self-described “cult researcher”, Ms. Dawn, should take her place in line for those needing to be de-programmed.
It’s hard to imagine why Dawn and Cambian would want to be sycophants and enablers of such a nasty and justifiably ridiculed poseur and defamer.*
Of course it’s not uncommon that shallow people, without strong morals and ethics, lacking discernment and critical thinking, can often be easily swayed by demagogues and rabble-rousers, succumb to their influences, and willingly do their bidding. We also see it today among those directionless people who join radical political movements, on the left and right, and also do violence to others because of it.
Adding to the surreal nature of things:
On June 8, Steven Cambian invited me to debate the Meier contacts on his show. I responded that I would be glad to do so but only if, when making his claims, etc., he presented credible, substantiated evidence and rebuttals of the various analyses and authentication done by independent experts, etc. – and not personal attacks against anyone that are irrelevant to the facts of the case and its authenticity.
Because I had stated that defaming Wendelle Stevens, or anyone else, was out of the question, Cambian refused to participate in the debate…he had challenged me to.
It’s obvious that most so-called skeptical challenges are really nothing more than ad hominem attacks and poorly researched, cobbled together theories from cowardly, mean-spirited failures, agenda-driven wannabes and other angry and frustrated people. The majority are truly notable for their own lack of personal and/or professional accomplishments and integrity, who, because of their gnawing insignificance, always attack people who are simply better, more accomplished and more significant than they are.
And these days especially, there’s a new crop of confused and bitter skeptics, including young millennials, looking to vent their frustrations at who and whatever they consider easy targets. In the hands of such people, the easy access to vast amounts of information is itself often an impediment to the research process and finding the truth, mainly because they lack the abilities to research, think through and understand what constitutes evidence and how to determine its accuracy, authenticity and relevance.
So, there is a readily available antidote for the toxic contamination produced by highly disturbed minds. It’s a clear and simple approach to addressing legitimate challenges from people who actually do want to determinate the truth. While there is so much actual, irrefutable, authenticated evidence, because most people also possess very short attention spans, it’s wise to give them the best evidence that can be quickly and easily understood, and even tested, by almost anyone.
It’s telling that neither Korff nor any of the other bloviating skeptics ever mention, let alone try to seriously challenge, these three easy steps for de-programming the Billy Meier UFO skeptics:
1. Meier’s first UFO photos taken in India, in 1964. As many readers know, the analysis and authentication by former USAF OSI/Department of Defense background investigator/supervisor Joe Tysk – who approached the case as a skeptic – established the authenticity of the India photos and Meier’s contacts with extraterrestrials. There goes Korff’s entire, long discredited and disproved, “models-on-strings-suspended-by-balloons” lunatic theory, which he actually based on his own falsified versions of Meier’s UFO photos. And because Tysk actually is an expert, he was able to explain the entire process in terms easily understood by the average person. What no one can explain though is the amazing photograph of a cross, floating in the sky above Meier, who’s seated on the ground in front of the Ashoka ashram.
2. The do-it-yourself WCUFO photo test can also be performed by anyone with PhotoShop, a technology that Meier, of course, didn’t have access to in 1980-81 when he took 64 photos, and one video, of the unusual craft. It’s quite telling that none of the skeptics who claim the WCUFO is some kind of “trash can lid model” have yet to report taking this easy test. Of course, once they do and get the same results that everyone else gets – and debunk themselves – they’ll have to explain how Meier outsmarted technology that would only be developed – decades later – so he could “hoax” his UFO photos.
3. While the first two steps are more than enough for anyone to determine the authenticity of the Meier UFO photos, and thereby the Meier contacts, this third step the New Online COVID-19 Test, stands out as the most important information available online, as it proves beyond any doubt that Billy Meier receives, and publishes, the most accurate COVID-19 information, long before all “official sources “. It’s a safe bet that the agenda-driven skeptics will suppress this life-saving information, rather than admit its accuracy and widely promote it in order to save millions of lives.
Having failed at all their other attacks, don’t be surprised though if, Korff and the others next blame Billy Meier for the Holocaust, sinking of the Titanic, COVID-19 pandemic and diaper rash.
*The Odd Squad
While their preoccupation with Korff is a bit peculiar in its own right, the creators of, and participants on, the following blog have extensive additional documentation about his history of extremely bizarre and delusional claims and behavior, adding to the experiences of many other people. If accurate, Korff may need many a bowl of warm, homemade chicken soup, interspersed with ongoing therapy and a deep study of…the spiritual teaching:
More about the good and honorable Lt. Colonel Wendelle Stevens (USAF):
While Stevens was in prison for crimes he didn’t commit, he sent a letter to Brock Bradford, 37 years ago. It revealed much about his courage and strength of character, as he took in stride the injustices being done to him for standing up for the truth. He didn’t invite any help, or self-pity. He was a dedicated and principled man of honor:
See this interview with Wendelle Stevens, giving fascinating information about the original investigation into the Meier contacts with his friends and associates, Lee and Brit Elders, who were high-level private investigators and, initially…skeptics.