An invitation to find what you’re seeking Dear Prof. Jason T. Wright & associates, While this is an open letter and not a scientific paper, the information within it should serve as an invitation, provoking sufficient interest to warrant further examination, certainly before concluding that it’s… outré. That’s not the Way It’s Supposed to Happen Regarding… Read More


Ignoring UFO contactee Billy Meier’s chillingly accurate predictions doesn’t bode well for our future survival In 2008, we published information about the so-called Iceman that showed that Billy Meier received and published the essential facts well before the “official discovery” of the frozen mummy. Of course the skeptics and sophists came out of their own blocks… Read More


Distant light in sky may be planet-like object; Swiss man’s photos of UFOs more certain First, despite the somewhat highfalutin title, this article isn’t going to be filled with attempts at scientificese, or fancy jargon, only the facts as we know them. Now let’s identify the the cases under discussion. Click graph to enlarge. As… Read More


In my recent article I explained why I think that Billy Meier’s prophetic information about the Ebola epidemic, in the Henoch Prophecies, is evidence of the authenticity of those prophecies and one of several pieces of evidence which, independently and collectively authenticate the entirety of the case. While there are skeptics who don’t agree it… Read More


Science slowly goes where Billy Meier’s already boldly gone…long before Scientists have discovered a frozen dwarf planet far out in space in the inner Oort cloud, a region beyond Pluto* where they didn’t expect to discover such objects. “Finding Sedna so far away seemed odd and potentially a fluke. But this one is beginning to… Read More


Yesterday we made a small footnote reference to information that scientists may be coming closer to discovering the opposite of black holes, which they refer to as white holes. Of course I thought that the opposite of a hole, which goes in may just be a bulge, which goes out. Kind of more like what… Read More