Regarding: The verification of copyrights, etc. I’m responding here to the fourth comment on my recent blog that referred to another remarkable confirmation of scientific information published by Billy Meier years before “official discovery”. The person posting the response raises some points about the difficulty they have had in trying to verify copyright dates for… Read More


…or What Else Is New? Yes, another oil spill, this time off the coast of Brazil, where I’ve been living. So, is this being given major news coverage yet in the states? And of course while blaming Chevron is the easy thing to do, isn’t it true that we all share in the blame for… Read More


UPDATE: November 15, 2011 US Government Confirms Link Between Earthquakes and Hydraulic Fracturing ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Here is an uncharacteristically short reminder about the causes of many “unexpected” earthquakes, such as what’s occurring in Oklahoma. Let’s remember that in the 45th Contact, February 25, 1976, Semjase warned Billy Meier that our extraction of petroleum and natural gas… Read More


In case anyone hasn’t noticed, the weather’s getting a little…rough, here, there and everywhere. Well it seems that some scientists from the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change have noticed. And heck, it’s not as if they’re 14 year-olds with no educational background in science, meteorology, etc. Of course that’s exactly what Eduard Albert… Read More


This news seems to have been missed by many major news-reporting services: Volcano Eruption Fears – El Hierro Canary Island Following Earthquakes So it may be a good idea to note this information from Billy Meier regarding the Cumbre Vieja volcano on the island of La Palma. There will be an approximately six-hour window of… Read More


A New Concept Car…and the Coming San Francisco Quake Draws Nearer  As Wendelle Stevens said, in 1978, “I carefully studied each picture as they came to me, trying to recognize familiar landmarks and buildings, and any prominent new structures I had never seen there before. I looked carefully at cars shown in the streets below… Read More


Ah yes, summer, isn’t it lovely? Along with our own deliberate fireworks celebrations,  nature seems to be upping the ante on our dreamy ignorance of just what dangers we have sold our energy consuming souls for. While Fukushima, the first little wake up call (which continues to spread contamination worldwide), has been all but buried… Read More