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British explorer Andrew Collins recently created ripples in the world of archeology when he announced that he had found a series of underground tunnels and caves beneath the Giza plateau in Egypt. And while Mr. Collins was able to only proceed a relatively short distance, due to bats, spiders and various hostile conditions, Billy Meier recounted his experiences, in 1953, of going underneath the Great pyramid, far below the surface, and into a city-like compound that had been utilized, for thousands of years, by a renegade extraterrestrial group.
It was this group, the Bafath, that was largely responsible for the existence and perpetuation of the various religions and cults, many of which exit to this day though the Bafath were removed from the earth about 30 years ago. They were also a force behind Hitler, operating through the Thule society, strongly influencing him to become the exceedingly evil, negative leader that he tuned into. It was also said that this group was planning a false “Second Coming” so as to effectively gain worldwide control over all of humanity, long conditioned for enslavement by the religions.
Here you can read Meier's own account of going beneath the Great Pyramid.
Originally posted by spikey
reply to post by vonspurter
That's fairly dismissive isn't it?
I would understand it, if Billy had NOT told us about hidden tunnels and chambers beneath the great pyramid in 1953, but to rubbish the guy 56 years after talking about these tunnels, only to have them discovered in 2009, and say that the guy is to be avoided is frankly absurd.
So why exactly are you trying to smear the guy who told us about tunnels under the great pyramid who has just been confirmed as accurate?
I'm not rubbishing Billy at all in my post.