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Originally posted by derekcbart
Now, the first things that jump out at me are regarding his 1951 and 1958 letters which his followers have been recently promoting more than other documents.
The 1951 letter was written when he was 14 and either in prison or recently released from prison, so I don't doubt that people didn't take that letter seriously and never responded to him.
Originally posted by sarentack
Being Billy Meier, what proof is there that FIGU was founded in 1970's and not much earlier?
Originally posted by TerraX
Regarding the letters I can a remark. I don't know if they were actually written on those dates (1951-1958) or that Meier pulled one out of his hat and wrote them much later on in time. What I do know is that those letters popped up out of nowhere.
Let me explain. I've been researching the case off and on for years now. Suddenly, I guess it's 2 or 3 years back, they appeared. I didn't see any reference to those letters in other material, Meier's contacts notes, bulletins or literature by other authors.
From recollection I also noticed something highly unusual in one of those letters, I have to guess it's the one from 1951. Basicly the letter is highly anti-American, filled with critique against the United States. That's highly unusual since we are talking about the time period just after WW2. The Brits, Canucks and Yanks just liberated Europe and were viewed as heroes and the goodguys. You'll find nothing of that sentiment in those letters. However it is consistent with Meier's writing from the 1990s on where he adopts a highly critical position against the US.
Stuff to consider I guess.