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has accumulated a large collection of controversial photographs showing alleged spaceships (called beamships) as well as alleged extraterrestrials (humanoids called the Plejaren). Meier says that the Plejaren gave him permission to photograph  and film their beamships in order to produce some of the evidence for extraterrestrial visitation.  Meier's claims are disputed by UFO skeptics as well as some UFO enthusiasts. 
The photographs and films
Some of the most important evidence for Meier's claims come from his large collection of controversial photographs. These include images of alleged spacecraft in the Swiss countryside, the Apollo-Soyuz 1975 docking and distant astronomical phenomena. Supporters point out that the images are exceptionally high quality and that a one-armed man would not have been able to create such remarkable fakes especially during these early years of special effects and computer technology.
Critics such as Stanton Friedman and Jacques Vallée believe them to be fakes. Some critics have provided examples of similar faked photos and have attempted to demonstrate that some of his appear to be taken from science fiction books, paintings and television programs. Meier claims that these photos were altered by intelligence agencies and slipped into his collection in order to discredit his UFO testimony. Other allegations include focus and light-direction problems consistent with cut-and-paste and model techniques.