BREAKING: IIG Skeptics Retract ANOTHER Claim against Meier Case!

NOTE: Please see the UPDATE below*

On November 20, 2011, I received the following information in an email from Jack Sarlo, pertaining to his correspondence with someone named Ivan Alvarado, who is affiliated with IIG. I have waited to post the information, since Ivan indicated that IIG would update (correct) their information.

They have not done so to date, so I am including their admission, which effectively retracts IIG’s claim. Additionally, I am including links to the Preliminary Investigation Report – a book they somehow failed to research – that clearly states, on pages 424 and 425, that Marcel Vogel also used x-ray diffraction and spectrographic analysis in determining the composition of the metal samples. [...]  READ MORE

Part Two: Drawing back the Curtain on the UFOs

Of course it was all of Billy Meier’s amazing UFO evidence, the photos, films, video, sound recordings and metal samples, etc., that created a huge controversy. While Meier was relentlessly accused of presenting photos that were “too good to be true”, or that skeptics believed just had to be some kind of models, the subject of UFOs became more widely discussed. Though no hoax was ever shown to have been perpetrated by Meier, and no comparable evidence was ever brought forth, the world was flooded with an endless supply of questionable individuals making claims of contact with all sorts of so-called extraterrestrials. [...]  READ MORE

When Will the “UFO Community” Disclose the Billy Meier Case…to Itself?


Please, No More…UFO Petitions!

There’s now yet another UFO petition being circulated to “…demand a full congressional investigation of UFO/ET Disclosure efforts by the Clinton OSTP – the Rockefeller Initiative.”

As someone who’s been involved in the field of UFO research for 33 years, why would I ask people to not participate and/or support it? I do so simply because it’s a huge waste of time that will produce exactly the same results that the last one did. And because it is completely…irrelevant to the real, pressing concerns of the times. [...]  READ MORE

Can’t You Make This…Easier?

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 Meier’s information. I’ll address the issues they raise and occasionally quote directly from their comments.

The Problem

“My biggest problem with Meier’s case, is that I’ve never been able to personally verify the copyright date of any of Meier’s material. [...]  READ MORE

It’s a Skeptic’s Wet Dream!

That’s right; just imagine how easy it will be for skeptics to point out the obviousness of the latest confirmation of Billy Meier’s prophetic accuracy. After all, didn’t everyone – didn’t they – point out long ago that an experiment to combine pig DNA with spinach genes would be successfully undertaken by the Japanese?

Okay, so Meier originally published that information in 1987 but can’t we all agree that it was just a lucky guess, that even a high school science student, let alone any and all eminent scientists, researchers, etc., were just on the verge of predicting it, as surely must also go for everything else that Meier has been successfully foretelling for the past 60 years? [...]  READ MORE

A Thing of Perverse Beauty

What’s the old saying, “Give a person enough rope and they’ll hang themselves”? Sometimes a person will reveal their deviousness and dishonesty when they think that they’ve got it very well concealed. They’ll actually find it irresistible to show you just how clever and crafty they are and, in the process, nakedly reveal (even to themselves, one has to hope) their utter foolishness…as well as confirm the very thing they’re trying so desperately to deny.

To the point, I had engaged in my longest ever online battling on a skeptical blog. I’ve written about this, and its host, Stuart Robbins, before. For some reason, which wasn’t clear then but is now, I hung in there, battling it out with a few other diehard deniers, and Robbins – the self-proclaimed “scientist” who refused to look at Billy Meier’s evidence– until he made a fast escape. Most of them fell by the wayside too; some even ended up admitting that Meier’s prophetic information was accurate. [...]  READ MORE