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Originally posted by Gazrok
Alas, I think we'll find it self-published or some other such unsupportable means, but still, worth a shot here.
I think they are self-published actually, but I don't see how that invalidates them, unless you feel he hoaxed the date of the publications, because if he did, it would be blatant fraud, and I think it would be illegal. It would be very easy to catch out as well. Are you up for carbon dating of the book?
What I was saying is that I'm not prepared to pay for every book or leavelet from the Meier case in order to study it.So if any Meier supporters wants to send me information, then that's just fine.Besides, you don't have to act like Meier and FIGU don't have any money.They always had enough to pay for a lawyer.Members of FIGU also have to contribute an ammount of their salery along with mandatory work.Did you know that?
You obviously live on an island suffering from a mild case of 'Europhobia'
I understand international politics just fine.Europe is not going to attack Russia and Russia is not going to attack Europe.Under the present thread of muslim extremism I would say both Russia and Europe have similar problems and are united in combatting them.I wouldn't be surprised if Russia would join the EU within a decade or two but for that to happen the Russian conservatives need to leave the playing field.Besides if Russia is to invade Europe as Meier prophecized then first they need to rebuild their army, and there are no signs on that.
That is one powerful army, and it is fully capable of invading Europe, and with confidence.
In surrounding nations, most definitely, and then possibly branching out from there...but eventually, the conflict would go nuclear...as they threatened nuclear powers' borders.
The three spheres seen under the craft have been observed in a number of incidents, most notably by the much vilified George Adamski, whose photographs and film of this type of craft taken in 1952 and 1965 have been ridiculed and denounced as hoaxes
Prior to becoming associated with a hamburger stand on the road to Mt. Palomar, George had worked in a hamburger stand as a grill cook. With this scientific background he wrote, in his spare time, a document which he called An Imaginary Trip to the Moon, Venus and Mars. He voluntarily listed it with the Library of Congress for copyright purposes as a work of fiction.
That was in 1949.
His effort did not attract many customers but it did attract the attention of a lady writer who saw gold in them there space ships. She made a deal with George to rewrite his epic; she was to furnish the skilled writing and he was to furnish the photographs of the space ships.
This lady brought the finished manuscript to me for appraisal and she brought with it a clutch of the crudest UFO photographs I had seen in years. I declined to have anything to do with the mess and she left my office in a bit of a huff.
In its revised form it told a yarn of how George had ventured into the desert of southern California, where he met a "scout ship" from which stepped a gorgeous doll in golden coveralls. She spoke to him with a bell-like voice in a language which he did not understand, so they had to resort to telepathy, or something similar, to carry on their conversation. And then, as she prepared to leave him, she tapped out a message in the sand with her little boot. George realized that she wanted him to preserve this message (it was terribly important) and, having a pocket full of wet plaster of Paris (which he seemingly always carried with him on desert trips), George quickly made a plaster cast of the footprint with the message, which he eventually reproduced for the educational advancement of his readers, who were legion.