New Online COVID-19 Test

An easy, do-it-yourself test to determine the source of the most accurate and important information about the disease

Now you can verify for yourself who first published the most accurate information about these important aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, Billy Meier or the “official sources”:

Simply compare the information in each of the underlined, dated links in each question below and mark your choice in the space to the left of each option. Then total the responses to determine which is the most accurate and reliable source of information.

Feel free to share this test with family, friends, news media, medical practitioners, schools, etc.

  1. Pandemic:

__ Billy Meier, November 30, 2019

__ CDC, March 11, 2020


  1. Self-isolate, lockdown:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ Wikipedia,  March 15,2020


  1. Airborne

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ NIAID, March 17, 2020

__ CNN, July 8, 2020


  1. Spreads on surfaces:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ NYT, May 28, 2020


  1. Hospitals, contamination:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ CIDRAP, April 13, 2020 


  1. Asymptomatic spreaders:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020 

__ CDC, June 30, 2020


  1. Asians initially more likely:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020 

__ BBC, June 19, 2020


  1. More aggressive

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ Newsweek, March 5, 2020


  1. Kids less sick:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ Atlantic, May 15, 2020


  1. Reasons China suppressed:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020

__ The Diplomat, March 26, 2020


  1. WHO not declaring pandemic:

__ Billy Meier, February 25, 2020 

__ New Scientist, February 26, 2020 


  1. Infants in womb, children:

__ Billy Meier, November 30, 2019February 3, 2020

__ USA Today, July 14, 2020 


  1. Multi-organ:

__ Billy Meier, February 3, 2020

__ Mirror, July 13, 2020


  1. CDC says coronavirus cases 10 times higher:

__ Billy Meier, May 1, 2020

__ CDC, June 25, 2020


  1. CDC wrong, too slow:

__ Billy Meier, March 12, 2020

__ Propublica, March 26, 2020


  1. Coronavirus may last two years

__ Billy Meier, March 2, 2020 

__ CNBC, May 1, 2020


  1. Disappearance of antibodies over time

__ Billy Meier, June 13, 2020

__ CMI, July 8, 2020


  1. Danger to food supply:

__ Michael Horn, March 11, 2020

__ Bloomberg, March 26, 2020


  1. Entrance of coronavirus through eyes

__ Billy Meier, January 6,2020

__ Web MD, May 26, 2020


  1. Droplets, aerosols

__ Billy Meier, March 16, 2020

__ NCBI, June 13, 2020


  1. Animals can transmit COVID-19

__ Billy Meier, March 16, 2020

__ CDC, June 22, 2020

  1. Virus remains in body after recovery

__ Billy Meier, February 3, 2020 

__ Jerusalem Post, July 19, 2020


23. Vascular inflammation:

__ Billy Meier, November 30, 2019

__ VascularNews, May 22, 2020




In the above, the November 30, 2019 date supersedes the previously known dates earliest dates of publication of information from the Plejaren by Billy Meier. In response to a challenge, it was discovered that Billy Meier’s information identifying this as a pandemic was actually first published in the 728th Contact, in November 2019. The first information I received for publication was on February 23rd, which I published on February 25th.  

Also, where information is said to be published on, for example, February 3rd, in a blog with a later date (usually due to delays in obtaining the official English language translation) the date of the blog in which that information appears, is also always earlier than the date of “official discovery”.

Establishing the dates of publication, supersedes in importance so-called peer review although, in the cases above, it can be seen that the subsequent “official discoveries” serve as retroactive confirmation of the information first published by Billy Meier.

If earlier “official discovery” dates are found, please submit them and I will correct the information.



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Sheila Clark

Billy Meier was first, obviously!

Just reading an obituary in our local newspaper of a 7 year old who died “due to a rare asymptomatic heart condition”. It says nothing about whether she was Covid-19 positive though. I’ve been warning some YouTubers that we will start seeing children dying of heart attacks. Apparently the USA CDC is not recording children’s rashes which is also a sign of Covid-19.

Rocky Waters

22 to Billy Meier by my count.

The million deaths that Ptaah said would be lamented by the end of August did not happen because authorities like Public health England changed the way deaths from Coronavirus were counted on the 12th August, when they “decided” to only record these if they happened within 28 days of the person’s last positive test result and not 60 days as was happening before.

Governments and health bodies aren’t testing everyone who dies for infection from Coronavirus. Check it out for yourself and try to get a straight answer. All you’ll find is clever sounding waffle. Instead, they have thrown money at multinationals to find vaccines and create track and trace apps that are only useful if a vaccine can be found and if actual human beings are being tested regularly and they’re not. They’re even forcing returns to normal, e.g, by threatening those who don’t send their kids back to school with fines. They’re basically mindless idiots with big words.

Terry Carch

Hi rocky, Here in the U.S. if a kid or scchool teacher comes dow with COVID 19 the shcool,college or university shuts down for a certain amount of time and home schooluing resumes on the internet as what happened last spring 2020. Who knows just what`s next?

Al Jedd

I agree with you, and here is some more news from the UK.
2 Meter distancing rule to continue, with no more than 6 people allowed to meet in a group from September 14th.
And sending children back to school?????? It just doesn’t make sense.

Israel to impose a 2nd lock down.


Shiva Balu

Covid info was not only prior to ‘official discoveries ‘but also that you can totally trust as opposed to other findings that went back and forth about masks ,varieties of ways the virus can spread ,antibodies etc
Even the WHO was wrong many times especially about the incubation period of the virus.

David Hurlburt


Scientists Say the COVID19 Test Kits Do Not Work, Are Worthless, and Give Impossible Results

The CDC and FDA both admit the COVID19 test kits suffer from false positives and false negatives. They just fail to tell you those rates.

But others have revealed those rates. “the false-positive rate of positive results was 80.33%” and 85% false negative rate. The test kits don’t work. If the test kits don’t work, or are less reliable than a coin flip, then all the data on “who has it” is utterly meaningless and it’s all a total fraud and hoax.

Below are 15 sources giving commentary on the reliability of the COVID19 test kits in use.

Tim Thomas

The author of your link writes “People are still dying, but from the same illness as always: the flu.”

If it was the flu, where did all the excess deaths this year come from?
(BTW, the number of excess deaths both in the US and worldwide compared to previous years is far larger than the number of counted SARS-COV-2 attributed deaths.)

I think excess deaths gives a truer picture of the damage COVID is doing, as the below article argues.

That’s not even counting those being damaged by SOMETHING.

That’s some flu we have in 2020.

And we haven’t even hit flu season.

David Hurlburt


Are hospitals paid more to care for coronavirus patients?

Yes Tim, there is something missing: money.

Yes, hospitals get an additional 20% for Medicare patients treated for COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. But there’s more to the story behind this temporary reimbursement.

…that the additional money might inspire hospital administrators to make it look like routine pneumonia cases were COVID-19 cases.

Months later, though, the higher payouts don’t appear to have been a windfall for hospitals.

The Ohio Hospital Association estimates its 240 members have lost about $3 billion since early March because of pandemic-related limits on nonessential surgeries and procedures, which can be as much as 40% of a hospital’s revenue.


No cases of intentional mis- identification of COVID patients have been reported, and a COVID diagnosis requires documentation, such as a positive test. Falsifying those documents would be unethical and illegal.


If the test is flawed, but reports a (false) positive, that is a grave issue.

Tim Thomas

In your first post above the number of false negatives is supposedly a higher % (85%) than the number of false positives(80.33%)?

So I guess the hospitals were getting underpaid.

Where are all the excess deaths, in the United States and all over the rest of the world, coming from?