Comments on 24th November 2010 - A trip to a Ufology-related forum
Well as I have also experienced from these illogical humans some years ago where Michael and I were disparaging of these people's irrational conduct and comments I found that all they were interested in doing is cantankerously vilifying and condemning Billy Meier as a fraud.
They really like to jump on the bandwagon of the supposed authority figures like Gene Steinberg and David Biedny, Jeff Ritzman and TerraX or E.Visser and other like-minded stooges and theatrically go along on a bender into the never never land of plausibly denied.
But this is the classic example of where most of our humanity resides and I guess it won't improve for a very very long time.
Like some Pavlovian experiment gone terribly right as soon as you mention Billy Meier's name outside of the ufological forums which has nothing to do with the subject you still have people saying he is a fraud.
Imagine how harsh the truth will be for them when they actually find out that all along what Billy Meier said was true.
At least many people did hear about his case and that Billy Meier's name is actually on the map of the collective consciousness.
If Billy said by 2029 his mission would have successfully completed then I am guessing that 2029 will be the year of his sudden death.
--Newinitiation 01:54, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
Michael's theyfly site is doing very well compared to the idiotic sites like paracast.
Here is the traffic data for futureofmankind.
Here is one for Figu.org
--Newinitiation 02:07, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
Overpopulation is the cause for this style of thinking on Earth. Too many new spiritforms that Creation created and they are trying to evolve in a world that is mainly here for higher evolved spiritforms.The odds are against us in finding groups of people who are willing to understand the problem.
--Bigfoot 04:33, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
If Billy had a grand entrance they would listen more carefully.:) Unfortunately the maturity of the whole is not there yet, there are many egos that want to be the ones delivering the truth. They are probably asking why did they choose this man to help us why not me? The easy answer would be to accept that knowledge can come from anyone or anything OR self created knowledge of the egomaniacal kind that have no bend in there delusions of grandure that will lead us further away from our full capability. Truth exists within all times and spaces it just needs logic and reason from the masses to gain steam.
--Markvd 04:49, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
Ufology organisations are playing the same role with respect to the reality of ET disclosure as religion with respect to spiritual development.
--Suv 16:13, 26 November 2010 (UTC)
Ok, have to think of another way to approach it. Or that just wasn't a receptive forum.
What gets me is this: there were a number of predictions made via Billy and friends. They were recorded. Many were fantastic sounding at the time but they came to pass. Isn't that the crux of the matter? I'm trying to piece together what I can here and I have not yet assimilated all of this material. But there ARE some really tantalizing bits here.
Maybe select the juiciest, best, most provable of these examples. On the one hand, distill and soundbiteize this in an agitprop fashion so that the point gets across fast. Like, "Billy was told of X in Y. Years later, X happened. We can't un-write or un-publish that book." Then have the scholarly citations on this site.
But, I think you've probably done all that already. Maybe that wasn't the best forum. Pearls before ... dullards like myself take a while to catch on. I heard Michael Horn on a Sri and Kira show about a year back. So the outreach is getting the word out, it is having an effect.
--Doug Snead 11:50, 8 December 2010 (UTC)
It's called cognitive dissonance :)
--Janne 20:55, 14 April 2011 (BST)