James Deardorff, who has done remarkable investigatory work into the Billy Meier UFO contacts and the Talmud Jmmanuel, pointed out yet another example of the scientific information given to Meier by the Plejaren to be both accurate and well in advance of “official discovery”. In Contact 224, in 1988, in line 71., Quetzal affirms Meier’s recollection that Ptaah… Read More

Scientists Now Echo Meier’s Warnings about the Solar Storm While the solar storm activity is now getting the attention of scientists, Meier had already published information about it – and what is yet to come – two years ago in the 476th Contact. Nonetheless, it’s reassuring that the scientists are slowly catching up to his information,… Read More

While the fables and tales of endless supplies of oil have been spun and hyped by the sources that we should now know are disreputable, greedy and power hungry, recently released WikiLeaks cable confirms what Meier was told by the Plejaren almost three years ago. But did they specifically mention Saudi Arabia? Yes. I suggest… Read More

While people frantically theorize what is causing the sudden, widespread die-offs of various creatures, Billy Meier has already provided insights into these disasters, and others yet to come, caused by our long term abuse of the environment. It would serve us well to  carefully study the full article from which the following is excerpted: “The climate change… Read More

According to a new article from the Times Square Chronicles: “In the last week, nearly 100,000 fish washed up on the shores of the Arkansas River, dead. Also in Arkansas, thousands of red-winged blackbirds fell from the sky and plummeted to the ground where they were also found dead. The scene repeated itself in Southern Louisiana… Read More

Regarding the numerous reports of fish and birds mysteriously dying in huge numbers, we should consider what Meier said: “But now, what has already been happening in the whole of nature for a very long time, as well as in the current time and will in the future time, in regard to climate change, and all… Read More

A controversial claim by an Indian scientist (Dr Murari Lal), one year ago in January 2010, may prove to be more accurate than either the scientist or the outraged critics assume. Dr. Lal put forth, and then under pressure retracted, the claim that Himalayan glaciers will have melted by 2035. But comparing his supposedly wildly inaccurate… Read More