posted on Aug, 19 2005 @ 10:16 PM
A note of both thanks and you're welcome to Bursuc and Gazroc. Let me add some details here to clarify what I have seen close up, with my nose
practically on the hood itself. The papillary lines are extremely clear with NO smudging, bleeding, etc. The prints, as you can see, also include a
couple of forearm impressions up to the elbow area. The glove idea seems totally implausible because of the intricacy and clarity of the lines.
In addition to a chemist, which is a great idea, I would like to see an anatomical scientist examine the prints because there are certain torques,
angles, dynamics, what have you, to real prints, i.e. the angles of the fingerprints in relation to the palm, etc. To merely artificially transfer
some prints to the surface (by some process that I am unfamiliar with) also seems unlikely since in this case they have lasted through an entire year
of harsh Swiss weather.
Add to these considerations that they appeared overnight and...the plot thickens. I can't imagine anyone risking doing such a thing in the dark (if
they had used lights the residents would have detected them!) only to find that they made a mess of it in the morning and have, thereby, discredited
Meier and the case. And, the question would remain as to who would or could attempt such a delicate job under those conditions. We'd have to rule
Meier out, despite crediting/accusing him of some pretty fancy stuff...I don't think so. And the other people that I know who live on the property
are not exactly what you'd call delicate fine artist types. We're talking tractors, diesel, farming, etc.
So this is really worthy of study, which Meier already agreed to, if competent, qualified persons wish to undertake it. Of course, the more time that
passes the more the prints may be compromised but, as far as I know, they're still there.
One or two other things. I've not pointed it out before but it wasn't Meier that was attempting to draw attention to all of the prophetic
information, espcially the various world events that occurred like earthqaukes, volcanic eruptions, etc. He certainly was attempting to inform about
the message of the Plejaren and aspects of the ancient propheicies but even this wasn't covered very much in the books by Genesis III or Stevens. If
anyone's to "blame", it could be me for trying to shift the focus away from the UFOs as the most important stuff and onto the information that I
was finding was corroborating Meier's earlier published work. Since I had the Contact Reports from the period of 1975-1p78 in my possession in 1986,
and started to see the "new" discoveries in newspapers, etc. that were ALREADY in the transcripts, this is what got me focused on researching this
area of the case.
Lastly, there's been some question as to whether I lied re the information that Marcel Vogel had 32 patents. Since I had compiled that info some time
ago I actually forgot where I got it from, even though it says so right at the header of the page! It came from "An Open Letter To The UFO
Community", by Gary Kinder and it's also on page 223 in the paperback book edition his book of Light Years. In the last paragraph, in direct
reference to Marcel Vogel, he states, "The holder of thirty-two patents, he had worked for IBM for twenty-two years..." Kinder assures us that all
of the information was vetted by his sending a transcript for approval or correction by each of the people he interviewed.
Just to, hopefully, clear up the issue that I was reporting (not creating) information from a source that had taken some pains to be sure that he was
accurate in his book.