…or Let’s Go back to…Jupiter!    I don’t type particularly well, or very fast and chances are everyone knows what I mean when I say type. But does everyone also know where this word, type, comes from? Really, no joke intended. Of course it comes from the word typewriter, a now essentially antique machine, which was the… Read More


Ah yes, that famous line uttered by Jack Nicholson, which couldn’t be more appropriate and accurate than it is today. That’s because so many people, when faced with the truth, simply call the bearer of the truth a liar. Indeed, they can’t handle the truth. It should also be said that since there’s no shortage of… Read More


Over-inflated, bruised egos may be among the biggest obstacles to overcome in order to accelerate our journey to the planets and the stars I had no sooner posted my blog about Stuart Robbins, the protégé to Phil Plait, then someone sent me a link to Plait’s latest blog at Discover Magazine about recent NASA discoveries… Read More


Could the discussion now under way about replacing pi with tau be an indication of what Billy Meier was talking about, back in 1995, when he wrote: “These events coincide with many innovations and discoveries in technology and science; for 1995 and the ensuing years bring incredible breakthroughs that will change civilization. One contributing factor… Read More


Okay everyone, there’s actually a reason why we publish news reports that corroborate Billy Meier’s impeccably accurate prophetic information. You see, boys and girls, the nice little Swiss man and his friends from another world have gone to a whole lot of trouble to try to help us to not destroy ourselves. Stated positively, they’ve… Read More


The magnitude of the lies we have been told about the Fukushima disaster are just beginning to be revealed. Naturally, what Billy Meier has been told and has published is again being proven to be – fatally – accurate. And yet it is completely doubtful that comatose humanity will pay attention and realize just what… Read More


Is life so imitating Billy Meier’s warnings  – from as far back as 60 years ago – that the blatant obviousness both of his accuracy, and our idiocy, cannot be recognized for what they are? Okay, a rhetorical question of course. But when this kind of a mind-boggling headline emerges, Historic Tornado Outbreak: 3 Days, 241… Read More