You may recall that one of the pieces of ourUFO puzzlewas Billy Meier’s specific, prophetically accurate information about the moon bulge. So far, no skeptic/debunker, etc., has “explained” how Meier came to have that information (and hundreds more examples) and published it long before “official discovery”.
So, it seems like the perfect time for us to go back to the moon! In fact, we’re going to get there using timetravel, as we return to 1946, when Meier was first shown some interesting anomalies at both the North Pole and South Pole on the moon by Sfath. [...]READ MORE
Disappearing trees, disappearing skeptics and their disdain for the truth
The recent clumsy attemptby a skeptic to try to duplicate Billy Meier’s “Pendulum UFO” film predictably resulted in some people voicing comments about the “missing tree”. Of course, thinking they’d discovered a smoking gun, the skeptics jumped all over the tree issue in Meier’s film.
Nine years ago, I wrote one of my first articlespointing out the importance of considering means, motive and opportunity (MMO) in examining the evidence in the Billy Meier UFO contacts. I also pointed to Meier’s earliest photographs in India. I even mentioned the copyrighted information that established his prophetic accuracy. [...]READ MORE
How Billy Meier used the might of the thoughts for dramatic self-healing
Here’s a photograph of Meier and Christian Frehner, taken on August 4, 2018, about one month after Billy’s accident.
Both of them had health problems with their arms, Meier with his shoulder, and Christianwith a heavy infection in the elbow. The black band that bound Meier’s arm to his side is partially visible either side of his bent right arm:
And here’s an exchange between Christian and Savio Chan, with further details:
=&0=&This photo was taken one month after Billy’s accident, as Billy was already no longer on bandages
=&1=&Do you mean that Billy healed his broken bones within just one month’s time?
=&2=& No, but he improved. He still had to stabilize his arm by sticking his thumb into his shirt.
=&1=&Wow! Did you heal yourself with the might of the thoughts as well?
=&0=&No, just with patience, discipline (= not moving) and antibiotics.
Christian: Additional interesting information. For some time after the accident Billy did not have to wear glasses anymore, i.e. at the time the photo was taken. And also another funny anecdote: During the first days after his accident, when Billy felt itchy at his nose he requested someone to rub his nose because he could make many movements to prevent too much pain. A female CG member got at his nose, but obviously she was reluctant to rub strong enough, and based on his protesting I volunteered and really put some pressure on the handkerchief and strongly rubbed Billy’s nose, to his satisfaction. [...]READ MORE
As the prophecies fulfill, the people pray and perish
It is to be hoped that nothing as severe as the recent hurricane in Texas happens to Florida and its population, lest the tragedy be further compounded by a similar, brain-dead, terminally deluded, response as that which came from the Governor of Texas. Yes, the surviving residents should now offer prayers to the imaginary, non-existent, ancient cult deity of life and death who, clearly as capricious and vengeful as ever, literally rained down death and destruction on a huge city, and to whom also, choke, gratitude should be offered for having spared them the fullness of his wrath. [...]READ MORE
Prosperity and abundance are, first and foremost, of an inner nature and are expressed in joy, love, peace, freedom and harmony
Forging Our Destiny
As Billy Meier said, “You are the smith of your own destiny”. And that destiny, like everything else in our lives, is directly connected with and determined by our thinking, through the might of our thoughts. He has made it clear that a thought is a might unto itself and that properly controlled, consciously formed, neutral-positive thoughts bring forward the desired results in time. [...]READ MORE
Just some items to shake your head at this weekend
There are right and wrong ways to use the might of the thoughts, that which emanates from our minds and…heads.
Having lost both, conservatives figure that funding what amounts to mass suicide (or genocide for those who would prefer to live) is a great idea because, at least until everyone’s choked out by the pollution, they can still make money off of it. Is this a great country, or what?
Hey, here’s a great idea! Cremate your body, fill your dead head with anti-freeze and…have a nice someday! [...]READ MORE