Did Billy Meier Hoax the Talmud Jmmanuel?

There’s no credible evidence that anyone named “Jesus Christ” ever existed

Let’s take a look at two similar stories, supposedly published about 1,964 years apart. The most familiar story is the Book of Matthew, from the New Testament (NT), and the lesser known one is the Talmud Jmmanuel (TJ), first published by Billy Meier in German, in 1978, and then in English in the 1980s.

Before we concern ourselves if either one is a true story, let’s consider some other aspects and questions. In doing so, we want to view them both as stories that purport to involve real historical events. [...]  READ MORE

Scrutinizing Supercilious Steve, the Pseudo-scientific Skeptic

The noted pseudo-scientific skeptic, neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Novella, recently tried his shaky hand at a snickering, sophomoric and defamatory attack on the Billy Meier case. His focus, if one can call anything about it focused, was primarily on the Wedding Cake UFO (WCUFO) and the Asket and Nera photo controversies.

In fact, Supercilious Steve failed to present any substantiation for his claims that: the Meier case is a “many-decade UFO hoax”, of “terrible quality”, “absurd on its face”, reveals a model supported by a tree and that “Meier has used this technique before.”  He simply repeated the already discredited critiques of others – and relied on his own, non-expert visual perception – further diminishing his own credibility, as if that was even possible. [...]  READ MORE