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#16    Sir Wearer of Hats

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 01:21 AM

I love how in those links "this was before CGI or photoshop" is used to basically say "therefore it must be real".


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Posted 08 February 2013 - 02:30 PM

View PostWearer of Hats, on 08 February 2013 - 01:21 AM, said:

I love how in those links "this was before CGI or photoshop" is used to basically say "therefore it must be real".
The thing I find very interesting about the Billy Meier case is the fact that over 20,000 pages of literature have been written, at least 200+ pictures and videos of supposed ufo craft, all of which were produced by a one armed farmer in Switzerland with the cheapest of equipment ( a farmer, not a blacksmith, metallurgist  expert video specialist and photography wizard, special effects genius, he was a simple farmer) and the fact that this case is still talked about after almost 70+ years is also interesting. Whatever is to be said with such things as what people discredit him most for, such as pictures of Asket and Nera, the Wedding Cake UFO, the beam weapon of Alena, the fact that some of the ufo videos such as one with three spacecraft seen at a distance that seem to have an energy field around them as they hover like a helicopter which seem impossible to be fake in the original video footage still considered nonsense by some, this is what people focus on, so it seems that any truth about ufos is 'barked off 'as nonsense and as a hoax even when it is seen in the sky for themselves, which so it seems people do not want the truth to be known, for life in egoism, pride, and materialism would change, for some fear change, life would no longer be routine, negativity would be gone, and for most people this they do not want, only life as it is with no rewards or evolution of consciousness, only the normal one -sided truth.  It is true that there are high costs to becoming a passive member of FIGU up to about $500 or so, there are however at least 20,000 pages of literature, at least 10 to 20 videos still available, and at least 200+ pictures that are all available for free to anyone who cares to view them. The cost of producing all this information would have to be in the thousands of dollars. Now why would a hoaxer spend thousands of dollars for information about these topics and then want nothing in return. Why would a hoaxer focus on topics to improve the lives of all earth humans, so they can live life to their fullest potential? Because either it is 100% true or only 50% is true and the other 50% has been altered by individuals that are losing control of people and their money in their billion dollar industry of deceit. Whatever the facts are, one fact remains true, the cosmos is vast, a place that humans of earth have not been very far into. If it is just earth humans, which is absolute nonsense, it would be an extremely huge wast of space, therefore extraterrestrial life would indeed have to be possible. My thoughts on this are that the cosmos is full of life, from the most minute of microbes and bacteria, to life more complex than can be imagined. I feel that one day, perhaps sooner rather than later, that answer may be found and those people who tend to believe, rather than know, shall be astounded at the true reality right before their eyes, staring them in the face right there in the sky or on that other planet for all to see.
May the truth find the seeker of it. May the charlatans, deceivers,and hoaxers have all their deceit openly discovered by the public, so no more time and money is wasted on the untruth.
Perhaps then, people of Earth can evolve in consciousness, and live life to their fullest potential, in a brave new world of actual absolute truth.
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Edited by acriasis, 08 February 2013 - 02:42 PM.


#18    Sir Wearer of Hats

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 10:10 PM

First of all - I believe that there's life out there.
Secondly - you're the one throttling the limits of human creativity when you say "he couldn't have been able to fake that". I say "sure he could, the ten year olds I teach could".
And I do so like being called a liar through the use of clever language. I also love that "the universe is vast" is used as another proof that aliens, from a world that couldn't possible exist, came to Earth and spoke not to a scientist, or a historian, or a school teacher or even a sausage maker ... with a billion odd people to choose from and they choose someone noone would truly believe.

But please, show me something I can't debunk. I believe in Atlantis. I believe in more things in heaven and on Earth then that's dreamt of in Horatio's philosophy.
But I do not believe Meier, because *I* could fake his evidence, and I'm lazy, easily bored and with a dozen other better things to do.


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Posted 08 February 2013 - 10:50 PM

acriasis said:

A bit of interesting information about skeptics of the Billy Meier case can be found here:

This thread is almost 8 years old so you aren't likely to receive any feedback from the original posters, if you are looking to discuss the Billy Meier case it would be better to either start a new thread or post in a more recent one which covers that topic.

Thank you.





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