Okay.... AST subject matter EXPERT. How do you know you are definately looking at "pvc pipe"? This obvious pistol could just as easily be made of
metal or even glass. I'm not claiming this is an actual alien "ray gun" nor am I claiming this to be a fraud. All I can say is that from an
unbiased observation, this gun does not look to be an obvious fake. This gun could just as easily be a real laser gun.
And now you are sure we are seeing missing "ball bearings?" Really. Again, these could be just about anything overlooked -- including the structure
of a real spacecraft.
And no I don't just "swallow" all the claims of this case. However, I am open minded.
So really people, who is the amateur here?
While it certainly is POSSIBLE that the pics are in fact of a shy (head cropped out) alien in a gold foil jumpsuit brandishing a real laser gun, it is
much more PLAUSIBLE that it is a human (head cropped out to avoid identification) holding a prop. There is certainly no video footage I'm aware of,
of actually USING this laser gun, so assuming it is a prop is hardly a leap....and is actually the more logical conclusion.
FACT - Billy has stated the aliens have 6 fingers...especially in Horn's much-touted handprints on the car bit...
FACT - Those in the pics have 5 fingers. Decide for yourself.
Sure, it's POSSIBLE that the pic of the "UFO" is indeed a real interplanetary craft and the apparent missing piece is simply part of the design,
but it is much more PLAUSIBLE that it is a model, due to it being of a different focus level (and thus closer to the camera) missing a ball bearing or
other small round metallic object, complete with glue marks showing.
Sure, such claims can be labelled as "amateur"...but most simply call this "common sense". If you want to see a more professionally-debated
thread, it's already here ("Billy Meier, Defending, Debunking, Whatever" thread) on ATS. Of course, since those at FIGU are so afraid of most of
the worst photos being shown...they've invoked their copyright and had such pics removed. Now, only those who remember seeing them (or who saved
them) can point them out.
So then, what are the answers for the Asket and Nera fiasco?
What are the answers for the "time travel photos" that came from a magazine?
That's the odd thing about this case. It can easily be dismissed by both professionals and amateurs alike, and yet so many remain taken in by it.
Ask yourself this. If the Pleidians really cared so damn much about this planet, why not do more than attempt to enlist Billy's help? Obviously, he
isn't succeeding in the stated goals. Therefore, if you accept all of Meier's claims, you must then assume that these aliens who have mastered
interstellar flight somehow cannot see the futility of using the same non-working method for over 3 or more decades! Perhaps that is the most
outrageous belief in the whole case!!!