Well here we are in the new year and I can see that the Meier case continues to create intense controversy, as it was intended to do. Of course, I’m
sure we’d all agree that photos such as those from Ritzmann, IIG, etc. wouldn’t (and demonstrably don’t) warrant such a debate but that’s
okay, at least they tried.
And I’m also thrilled to find out, if I understood it correctly, that Centrist is/was an attorney. I’m actually inspired to the point of imagining
what a wonderful courtroom encounter we could have. A skilled, schooled litigator facing off against a former folk singer and self-styled UFO
researcher, wow. I wonder how Centrist would handle the 100+ still accessible witnesses, including those who are already recorded on film giving their
testimony, and who would be recounting their experiences, both past and recent. Here you’d have all of these people, from all different walks of
life, some of whom are actually photographers of the craft as well, being mercilessly attacked (well, isn’t that the role of attorneys in many
cases?), in attempts to shake their credibility, despite the fact that none of them ever tried to profit from their experiences and who will be shown
to have no other discernible motives for telling, and consistently adhering to, their stories.
And, while they’re not admissible in court, the results of the lie detector tests show that even under stressful conditions (the test itself) these
people do remain unshakeable, not fanatic, just unshakable.
Now part of what emboldens me to even dream of such a confrontation, where the facts and evidence in the case could be put in front of 12 reasonable
people who possessed common sense (am I naively optimistic?) is because Centrist expressed a hugely illogical thought regarding the Paris prophecies.
First, prophecies are the probable outcome of causes that have already been set in motion. They are still changeable, up to a point, after which they
are expressed as predictions, or matters of certainty. In this light, we have seen, and may well see again (hopefully) the failure of prophesied
events to occur, or to occur only in diminished magnitude.
So when Centrist attempted to dismiss the Paris prophecies because it hadn’t burned down yet, a bit of common sense and logic needs to be stated. If
we substituted Paris with your neighborhood and the events foretold, specific as they were, occurred with the exception of your neighborhood being
burned down – would an intelligent person say, “Well, the neighborhood didn’t burn down so we can forget about the underlying problems and the
threat of the burning down actually occurring”? And, should the neighborhood actually end up being burned down, by the culprits who were long ago
accurately described as ultimately succeeding with that crime, would an intelligent person say, “Well, that was just a coincidence. I could predict
that such and so will happen in Brazil and it would be just as likely to occur, etc., blah, blah”?
Or would an intelligent person say, “Hey, we’ve seen events occur as they were foretold, just short of the worst possible outcome, so maybe we’d
really better get very proactive here and see what it takes to AVOID the worst coming to pass”? Folks…this is why they pay me the big bucks, to
point out, every now and then to even the over-educated, that common sense and logic are SO missing during these times that people fight like hell to
be “right” only to end up being so very wrong.
And getting back to all the claims regarding the “hoaxing” by Meier of the UFO photos, I can honestly say that Wendelle Stevens comments from 1982
still stand untarnished and undiminished in truthfulness:
"...While we have been unable to prove that any of these four photographs are actually real, because we have found no affimative test for the reality
of UFO photographs. We have signed for the use of over $60,000 of research money spent in a number of institutions eliminating step by step what they
are not, and they are demonstrably not created by any known techincal tricks of photography, and they are not small scale models.
We have built models, and we have used the models of others - one $400 exact duplicate built by a movie studio special effects department, and we have
rigged them into the very same background scenes in Switzerland, and we were never able to get a suitable duplicate picture that would pass even the
The counterproponents have not, to our knowledge, done any of this - and they never went to Switzerland and talked to the principle photographer, or
any of the other five photographers who have gotten photos of these craft; an elementary step in any proper investigation. Nor have they gone to the
properties along with the witnesses to point out directions, times, shadows, etc. and attempt to rig models into the scenes photograped or to carry
model trees, etc. as has been alleged, in some cases actually impossible to do with what was normally available."
BTW, since about 1960, I’ve spent hundreds of hours in state-of-the-art recording studios in Chicago, New York and Los Angeles and worked with super
engineers and producers (some, like Malcolm Cecil, one of Stevie Wonder’s producers is both) and I know how long it can take, even with excellent
equipment to create certain sound effects. Suffice it to say that not only haven’t any of the skeptics (including members of this forum) ever
duplicated the Meier UFO recordings with any equipment, let alone with the cassette machines that Meier and his wife used…they never will. And I
think that it would be fun to put that in evidence during our little trial, as I’m sure that Centrist would agree.
Now, since I see a new (to me) person asking some questions, I’ll do my best to answer them.
1) If these photos are "real", (meaning actual transportation vehicles of an alien race), how can you be so sure that they are being driven by
aliens and not human beings who may have captured these vehicles from an alien race? Since you stated most of the UFO's seen on earth have been
created by man, how can you be sure that these pictured craft aren't man made?
MH: In the purest sense I can’t prove it either (Stevens said that he couldn’t “prove” it) but it may be a moot point. The “real” bottom
line of the case may well be, what does it mean to us? In other words, let’s just say for a moment that Meier himself is an absolutely super-genius
conjurer and illusionist and that he, somehow, has created all the physical and prophetically accurate information himself. Does it diminish in any
way the accuracy, value and importance of the information, especially if does indeed clearly relate to the dangers to, and possible assistance for,
our future survival? The UFOs, whatever they are and from wherever they come, are the attention getters, for all practical purposes.
2) Couldn't a government agency be creating a hoax to instill fear in other people and other governments about a doomsday they are likely to create
through (an opposing government) aggressiveness, hostility, and a wish to control the world?
MH: Could be but…they’re already much more effective in destroying the lives of thousands, even millions of people without needing to take such an
arduous and difficult route, one in which they are simultaneously doing everything possible to insist that it’s all a hoax! On the other hand, as
this whole are of interest, UFOs, Ets and all the nonsense about “alien abductions” gets ever increasing press, it certainly is possible that
intelligence types are ready to create a false “alien invasion” as a further means of controlling people.
3) Didn't you report on your web site that these Plejaren aliens look very much like the rest of humanity on earth? How do we know that they are not
just human beings pretending to be Plejarens?
MH: While we don’t “know” that for sure, so far they have exhibited traits very UNLIKE our fellow humans, i.e. non-interference, non-aggression,
absence of fear-based religions, lack of interest in money, materialism or fame, etc.
4) Could you explain why the Plejarens explain so much to one individual which only involves one language? If they truly wanted to help planet earth
and humanity, why wouldn't they at least notify one representative in each country, in each countries language, to make sure that there is no
misinterpretation in translation?
MH: Their alleged logic is that, as the old saying goes, too many cooks spoil the broth, witness the religions…and almost anything else that people
get involved in. The temptation to make oneself VERY important would be irresistible for most people…at least up to the point that other people
started trying to assassinate them, as has been the case with Meier 21 times. So in this case they started with someone when he was only five years
old and tutored, mentored, taught and advised him throughout his life. They also chose someone who spoke a language that they felt is superior in
specificity of meaning, to any other of the major languages spoken on earth, i.e. German. Common sense also tells us that the whole thing would fall
apart instantly when just two people in different countries/languages reported different meanings and/or information and the fight would begin that
would completely discredit the whole mission.
5) Correct me if I am wrong, but did you state that these Plejarens have predicted that the USA would be divided into five different parts? Can you
elaborate on this?
MH: In the documents from both 1981 and 1987 they said that the U.S. would experience two civil wars and would be divided into five territories under
various dictatorial sectarian control.
6) Other than wars and rumors of wars, have the Plejarens had much to say about humanity on a positive note? It doesn't sound as if they hold out
much hope for humanity.
MH: Actually, yes. The problem is that we are already lulled into mind-numbing senselessness, preoccupation with the unnecessarily excessive and
excessively unnecessary that the only hope they hold for avoiding our self-destruction is a direct, harsh wake-up call based on the truth as they know
it. The core of the case is actually far more about spiritual development (non-religious) and the various stages of evolution, including technologies
that come into existent at the appropriate levels of human spiritual development. You can find some of the info at www.theyfly.com and at www.figu.org
(in various languages there). The question though is, do we survive these times in a more graceful manner, or do we so devastate ourselves, and our
world, that our progress is set back hundreds, even thousands of years? There is reason to think that, although they have already said that they see
primarily apocalyptic events occurring from here on, there is still much we can do to make positive, critical changes that lead to a better outcome.
Of course, it doesn’t take an ET to agree or disagree with this, it’s just that their 55-year record of accuracy is pretty hard to argue with (for
most rational people).
7) Were you somehow "chosen" to translate these messages into English?
MH: No, since I’m not the actual translator and I chose to research and publicize the information in the case on my own. I do, however, have
contractual authorization from Meier/FIGU to do this work for the English-speaking world, strictly on a voluntary basis, meaning I am not paid by them
to do it, nor do I pay them for the right to do it. In this way I can retain my own point of view, opinions, disagreements, etc., which I’ve done
and which I sometimes have with them. Also, having spent time with Meier, his associates and family over the past five years, I am convinced of
his/their honesty, truthfulness, purity of intent and motives, etc., which makes it very easy for me to stand for the work and the parties
8) Some web sites take the view that some governments have learned how to control the weather (as in hurricanes, etc.), earthquakes, volcanoes, etc.
as a type of warfare against neighboring enemies. Have the Plejarens made any comments regarding this?
MH: They have mentioned that HAARP, among other things, is a weather weapon and have hinted that other countries do, or will possess such things. This
excerpt from the Henoch Prophecies, in my opinion, also addresses this, especially in regards to the firestorms and hurricanes: “Yet all the
apocalyptic events will not only be brought about due to the use of unbelievably deadly and destructive weapons—such as chemical, laser and
others—and by cloned murder machines; but in addition to this, the Earth and nature, maltreated to the deepest depths by the irresponsible human
beings of Earth, will rise up and cause destruction and bring death onto the Earth. Enormous firestorms and gigantic hurricanes will sweep over the
USA and bring devastation, destruction and annihilation, as this from time immemorial never before will have happened.
9) Have the Plejarens given Billy Meier any idea what their views are on time travel?
MH: Yes, to the degree that they claim to be able to do it and that Meier has been taken both into the past and into the future. Wendelle Stevens
description of the 11 photos he saw of the, yet to occur, earthquake that devastates San Francisco, were allegedly taken by Meier during one such
Once again, the opponents of the case face the ever increasing possibility that, one day, ALL of their arguments will be demolished when the case is
recognized as true and authentic and I, on the other hand, only face this one question should the case ever be proven to be a hoax:
Hey, how'd he do all that?