Billy Meier is though of, in most UFO circles, to be a hoaxer and his information of no value.
I, myself, am not a huge fan of his either... but he must have done his research. I understand that he and those around him claim that he left school
in the 8th grade, and was not very educated. That seems to be the rumor.
I may not agree with everything in his case... such as the infamous "wedding cake" UFO... but his writings, said to be communications from the
Pliedians, have some very interesting bits of information in them.
This next bit of info, is relatively easy to extrapolate upon these days, since we have the internet at our fingertips. It took me less than 5 minutes
to find good evidence to support this claim:
One thing that has always rang true to me from the beginning of my foray into the esoteric/UFO/alternative research field has been his insistence that
what we know as the peace sign is actually inverted, and therefore means the opposite, and that's why it doesn't create the desired effect.
The Peace Symbol
The peace sign is a magic sigil, based off of an old rune, called the life rune:
The Life Rune
The life rune, as you can see, resembles an inverted peace sign, without the circle surrounding it. Compared with archetypes in nature, it can
represent a number of things. A tree. A man. A vascular system. The perpetuation of life in general.
You'll notice they make no mention of the name "life rune" in the blurb on the previous page... which seems to me a bit odd, since, in this next
link, we see the life rune mentioned, in relation to what is called THE DEATH RUNE (here's the important part!):
The Death Rune
In the so called family system, it means man dies.
So...essentially, what the peace sign really is... is a death rune, enclosed in a circle. Circles, in symbolism, are used to represent wholeness,
allness, oneness, etc.
If you were to translate the "peace sign" into a sentence, using the meaning of the death rune and the circle as your lexicon, it would translate
quite simply into the phrase "all of man dies". Doesn't sound peaceful to me.
I'm beginning to see the sheer power symbols have over people. Occult practitioners know this all too well... and if you study the occult and it's
ties to business and politics, you'll see why these certain entities have gained so much power. It has been scientifically proven that symbols'
meanings are automatically recognized by your subconscious mind, and they have a powerful influence on your conscious decisions whether you are aware
of it or not. It's an ancient form of subliminal advertisement. What is the reason for the power of symbols? Quite simple. They can convey a whole
complex image and/or concept, whereas a written word or even a sentence can only convey incomplete pieces of an image or concept. A symbol can hold
within it the contents of a whole book's worth of words.
With that being said, you can see how readily identifiable to the brain the meaning of the life ruin is. It's self explanitory. Even a being from
another planet could understand the meaning of the life ruin.
This is why the current peace symbol is so dangerous, because while the conscious mind is only aware of the conscious words and images that we are led
to believe is the meaning, the true meaning is being interpreted by our subconscious... and our subconscious is directly connected to the collective
unconscious, or the unified field of consciousness... and that field of consciousness responds accordingly, and since it is unified and is the origin
of this conscious reality we experience, everything is affected. You can't affect one atom without affecting the rest.
This is ancient mysticism meets cutting edge quantum physics meets occult sigil magic, and we should take it seriously. It has great power.
[edit on 21-5-2008 by dunwichwitch]