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originally posted by: Jay-morris
originally posted by: humanoidlord
a reply to: Jay-morris
once again agree
The problem with this case, and billy meier, is the cult status of billy meier. He is basically a cult leader, and people who believe him, will not be swayed but the evidence that this is a hoax.
I have debated with many believers of billy meier, and also debated with Mr horn. In the end, I gave up. There is no point debating with people who are brainwashed when it comes to this case.
originally posted by: Springer
a reply to: Harte
He was (and still may be), and I paraphrase because I don't care enough to look it up, "The Official U.S. Representative of Meier and the institute" or whatever... that explicitly implies an economic interest. I imagine the incentive has long since dwindled in light of the debunking of the case by folks like Jeff Ritzmann, and many other people including multiple ATS members. I believe it was one of our own ATS members who found the "ray gun" for sale on a toy site back in the day.
originally posted by: chunder
But is there a chance that an early contact and some photos were real, he was then used by an intel / military agency before perpetuating further hoaxes for his own ends ?