and skeptic confirms Meier’s apophis warning beat nasA by 13 years! [...]
NASA, US government and media blackout info about ongoing UFO contacts
The Express today published their second article regarding Billy Meier’s warnings about Apophis. In this interview, Michael Horn relates what the Plejaren told Meier about the specific location that Apophis would most likely hit, i.e. between the North Sea and the Black Sea.
And while NASA, the government and the US media, i.e. the fake news, continue to narcotize the masses with vast amounts of inaccurate, useless gibberish, it’s still the responsibility of the people to desire and search for the truth. But while masses of people in America are far more concerned with legalizing marijuana, and literally narcotizing themselves, a little intrusion such as Apophis could still disturb their reverie here at home. [...]
A new film opens the door for awareness of the real threat from asteroid Apophis
We’ve taken the unusual step of partnering to promote Asteroid Day because, despite the overt commercialism, it draws attention to a real threat to the Earth from incoming objects – especially from asteroid Apophis, which Billy Meier’s been warning about since 1981.
Subsequent to our new press release, we are now in conversation with people at SETI and NASA has already corrected their estimate of the size of Apophis to almost exactly what Meier previously published. [...]
NASA scientists informed that Billy Meier verifiably published warnings about the Red Meteor, now known as asteroid Apophis,13 years before “official discovery”
NOTE: The information here has been updated on May 6, 2015, since it was shown that Guido Moosbrugger’s book, Und sie fliegen doch!, containing the first verifiable publication of information about the Red Meteor, aka asteroid Apophis, bears the copyright date of 1991. Thanks to Mahesh for pointing this out to Matthew Knight.
Are the Russians paying attention because they know we don’t?
Let’s acknowledge and consider that the Russians have started making their military moves into the Artic region, including moving their troops to Arkhangelsk, as foretold in the Henoch Prophecies. And maybe some ambitious bureaucrat pointed out to Putin, “Hey, back in 1958, this Swiss guy, Billy Meier, foretold what we’re doing now. And if I read this correctly, our expansionist plans to dominate Scandinavia, Iran, Turkey and invade the U.S. and Canada just may be very successful. Now of course, your exalted excellency, I don’t put much stock in what soothsayers…” [...]