How Nazi War Criminal Helped US Develop the A-bomb

Billy Meier learned truth about fate of Hans Kammler, in 1946

The authors referred to in this new article theorize about the actual fate of Nazi war criminal Hans Kammler. But they need only read the transcript of Billy Meier’s 1946 conversation with Sfath, to learn the full truth about how the US secretly assisted – and militarily benefitted from – this psychopath.

Impeccable Prophetic Accuracy

As is the case with all of the prophecies and predictions from Meier, so many dramatic ones from 1958 catch the eye, like the foretelling of the two US-Iraq Gulf Wars, the rise of fundamentalist Islamist terrorism, the bio-chipping, AIDS, etc., which are already history or now upon us. At first, one might have glossed over things that would seem inconceivable to civilized people but are frequently making headlines, like the family-related murders, infanticide, patricide, etc., now ubiquitous even in so-called civilized countries: [...]  READ MORE

An Open Letter to Paul Craig Roberts

People want a “savior”, none is coming

Dear Paul,

Regarding your article, while you’re correct, I’m sorry that you too have deliberately ignored and suppressed the following warnings that originated decades ago, most likely because of your religious beliefs:

“America Will Be Wrecked”

“Paris will be destroyed from within”: Billy Meier, 1981

Contained within the blogs are the unpleasant details – which you can now see unfolding yourself.

Warnings about provoking Russia are also contained in this video and this one[...]  READ MORE

Why Religious People Can’t Recognize the Prophet

Religious indoctrination has a number of interesting effects on people, one of which is to prepare them for the coming of a “savior” or “messiah” who, ironically, never seems to arrive. The indoctrination often keeps people in some state of anticipation and hope that must be defended in the face of all evidence, and reality, to the contrary.

Further, the supposed savior, in Christianity, is assumed to be a carbon copy of one “Jesus Christ”, himself a mythical figure, based on the life of a man named Jmmanuel, who was foretold in Isaiah 7:14 and mentioned once in Matthew 1:23. The popular image of the “Jesus Christ” figure is, incongruously, usually portrayed as a nice, blonde-haired, blue-eyed white man, perhaps more likely to hail from Kansas than the Middle East. [...]  READ MORE