How Did He Know BEFORE the Scientists? Episode 1

In 1987, Billy Meier knew the Mars probe would be called “2001 Mars Odyssey”

NEW VIDEO!

Many people familiar with the Billy Meier UFO contacts have long known about Meier’s unparalleled record of hundreds of specific examples of his error-free, prophetically accurate scientific and world event related information, from my site as well as from my blog and my film, as the time fulfills. But many more people – scientists especially – don’t know that Meier has consistently preempted so many of the most important scientific discoveries, from a few months to years and even decades before “official discovery”. [...]  READ MORE

Alien Life? Look Through the Telescope, Prof. Wright

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 your association with SETI, our team suggests that while scenarios such as contact through a form of mathematics, radio waves, cryptic signals, or rarified scientific language is fitting for a science fiction movie, we should allow the possibility that space traveling extraterrestrials from a Type III Civilization would be intelligent enough to learn, and reach out to us, in one of our own terrestrial languages, utilizing their advanced versions of language learning technologies such as we already possess. [...]  READ MORE

The Iceman Cometh Back to Freeze Out the Skeptics

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 of intellectual ice to attack Meier, claiming that he falsified, backdated the information, etc.

While skepticism is an appropriate element, as opposed to a valid, overriding philosophical, scientific or professional position, the particular kind of skeptics who rushed to attack the Meier case presume that this reclusive man, his evidence, information and his claims, all only exist to try to fool them. Since they considered themselves to be too “smart” for such a ruse, they set themselves up like bowling pins for the inevitable corroboration of Meier’s truthfulness to scatter them all over the proverbial alley, which has now happened again, as Matt Knight illustrates below*. They also inadvertently have helped to corroborate Meier’s specific, prophetically accurate information about Jupiter, Io, etc. [...]  READ MORE

A Quantitative Assessment of Evidence in Three Cases, Part Two

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.

Quantitative Evidence

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As a number of people surmised, R stands for Roswell (it could also stand for Rendlesham) as both of them are UFO cases in the strictly anecdotal category, which didn’t stop Stanton Friedman from selling books on Roswell while pretending it met any real scientific criteria. [...]  READ MORE

The Billy Meier UFO Case: No Reasonable Doubt

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 seems to me that they demonstrate the inability to think comprehensively, realistically, logically and deductively. It’s common for them to overtly or implicitly accuse Meier of backdating or retrodicting his information. They cite the lack of some original, verifiable texts as sufficient evidence in itself to dismiss the claims that the texts were indeed published when Meier said that they were. [...]  READ MORE

Astronomer Discovered Pluto…but MUFON Can’t Discover the Meier Case?

It’s true, back on February 18, 1930, Clyde W. Tombaugh discovered Pluto (although it actually was there long before he discovered it). While Pluto’s a mere 3.67 billion miles away, and the telescopes of Tombaugh’s day were primitive compared to today, he still did a better job than MUFON has in discovering the Billy Meier UFO case, which is one finger click away on a computer.

I bring this up because I had a call from a very sweet woman at MUFON who informed me about this year’s symposium and invited me to buy vendor space there. I was a vendor at last year’s event and had some interesting interactions there, which also included my successfully “pleading the Meier case” to a judge, as I describe in And Did They Listen? [...]  READ MORE

Astronomers Confirm Billy Meier’s Prophetic Accuracy…Again!

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 make it look like that might be a typical place for objects to be. Not at all what I would have guessed,” Mike Brown, an astronomer at the California Institute of Technology, said in an email. [...]  READ MORE