Let’s see these developments as small victories and use them as inspiration to…get proactive. As a follow up to our previous Earth Day article, here’s something else that actually may affect us all. For many years NASA has remained steadfast in denying* that there was any danger to Earth from asteroid Apophis, which was “officially”… Read More


With the obvious worldwide interest in the meteor that struck in Russia’s Ural mountains, comparison is being made to the Tunguska event that occurred in 1908. The difference of course, apart from the magnitude, is that Tunguska was a manmade event…precipitated by extremely unusual circumstances. Perhaps the meteor strike will prompt Russia, China and the… Read More


A Chinese scientist from Tsinghua University, in Beijing, recently announced a plan to divert asteroid Apophis from colliding with the Earth. Apophis is known to people familiar with the Billy Meier information as the Red Meteor. Meier first published his warnings about the Red Meteor/Apophis in 1981, which we have since posted in illustrated form in six… Read More


While scientists at the European Space Agency say that mission to “blow up” asteroid Apophis would be merely “target practice”, maybe Billy Meier’s information has already hit the bulls-eye. The European Space Agency just announced plans for a mission to “blow up” an asteroid, in 2015, with a proposed target being none other than Apophis… Read More