posted on Apr, 16 2007 @ 09:22 PM
It's true that Meier has only one arm/hand and that for him to have produced over 1,200 clear, daytime UFO photos, 8 films, 1 video, several sound
recordings, a number of metal alloy samples (all of which remain irreproducible to this day) would be quite a feat. BTW, let me thorow this in here.
Not only did the late Wally gentleman, a special effects director on 2001, effectively authenticate Meier's photos, I personally showed the photos
and films to the special effects company that won the Academy Award for Independence Day. I showed them one film segment and told them that the
skeptics (at CFI-West/IIG) had said that it was a model with pin scratching to produce the TWO lights that alternately flash in broad daylight from
They literally laughed out loud and said that they, "...know models and that's not a model!" When I asked them if they could duplicate the films
they said, "If we could duplicate them, we'd have to go to CGI to do it."
Add to that the 24,000+ pages of typed information, a good body of which contains specific, accurate propphetic information, and the likelihood of a
hoax becomes ever more remote, if even possible. It should also be mentioned that, in the past 43 years that he has been public with his information
and evidence, not one person has come forward to even claim participation in a hoax, let alone over any proof of one.
I should add that when one reads Gary Kinder's account in his book, Light Years, of the interviews he conducted with Mr. and Mrs. Bar, the owners of
the photo shop that processed virtually all of Meier's film/movie footage, it becomes clear that not only did Meier never process ANY of his own film
but as the developed photos and films came back to them (from the labs to which they were sent) they had to adjust to the shock of what they were
seeing. And they sold Meier all of his equipment - which only consisted of cameras, tripod and film - so they knew that he possessed neither a
darkroom, enlarger or any supplies with which to develop the films himself.
The details of the investigation, some 1,300 pages as I mentioned, present a truly overwhelming situation, one that defies not only the imagination
but hoaxing. In fact, the two alternatives we seem to be faced with in the Meier case are that he's either a kind of genius in perhaps 20 different
disciplines, including sciences and technologies, or that he's - a real contactee. For some reason that still escapes me, the skeptics seem to imply
the former rather than the latter, which quite possibly would flatter Meier, as well as amuse him.
As for the questions regarding the alleged Plejaren planet, I don't have any more information than what was culled from the book and I'm not
qualified to comment on the possible accuracy of the information.
And I do look forward to John's testing of any and all ray guns!