Comments on Apocalypse on the 21st of December 2012
"To say about that, naturally, is that the year 2012 brings a peak in the Sun’s activity whereby various unpleasant things can happen on the Earth."
So 2012 will not be the end of the world, but the year of various unpleasant things on Earth. So be it.
---- M -- 04:03, 9 November 2010 (UTC)
Thanks Billy, but us humans on earth do love a good extinction prediction. Probably cause we don't want to take responsibilaty for our own fate. I admit i was hoping that the celestial equinox was going to signify earthy humanity moving on to a new level of higher consiousness. But looking at the state of our society and what we are doing to the earth i think not. So i will soldier on with my own evolution which i think is the point anyway.
--Enki 03:56, 28 May 2012 (BST)
(What is that for?)
I just want to see my name on "Recent Changes".
---- M -- 18:10, 29 May 2012 (BST)
I'm glad the year 2000 and 2012 is almost over, I feel real sadness for the year 3000 and 3012 crowd.:)
--Markvd 22:25, 29 May 2012 (BST)
first I'd like to wish you good health to you, your family and friends. I know from reading your many contact reports that it couldn't have been easy, but thank you!
If at all possible can you or you contact friends answer this question for me?
This year I've heard that the vibrations or frequencies that are coming in to this planet are not only causing panic (because people don't know it) but is also causing changes within our very DNA?
Are you or your friends able to say as to how much this is actually true?
And also can you say how much more of this Three dimensional reality is there as far as (years) are concerned? If I understand correctly each dimension is in a certain amount of years, can you say if we are still in a 4th dimensional state or still in 3rd??
thanks you (Danke)
--Cocreator69 23:55, 14 June 2012 (BST)
How could an old dying sun have a peak activity? I thought the peak activity has occured long before the rebels came to this star system.
---- M -- 05:29, 15 June 2012 (BST)
Dear Enki and Cocreator69,
Billy does not read this site. If you would like to ask him a question, I suggest creating a username on the FIGU forum. There is a Questions to Billy Meier - Answered section there, where people ask questions and he answers, usually about on e a month. Make sure you log in every day at the end of one month into the beginning of the next month, so you can check to see if the section is open, because it's only open for about 24 hours and then it's closed until the next month.
--RemR 08:23, 15 June 2012 (BST)
The peak activity mentioned by mister Billy is the peak of 11 year cycle, not the peak of whole span of sun's existence. There have been many 11 year cycle peaks and there will be many others, so the peak of 2012 is not extraordinary. I guess mister Billy mentioned the peak of 2012 only to warn Earth human life forms about the possible destructive effects of a big solar storm on electronic device on and above the Earth, such as computers, phones, vibrators, and so on. That is all. Nothing to worry about.
---- M -- 18:34, 15 June 2012 (BST)
I just read the article again and compare it with Contact Report 476. You are right, what mister Billy meant by the peak activity is the peak of 11 year cycle, not the peak of whole span. But I guess you should be more careful to say that the peak of 2012 is not extraordinary. Considering the interval from one peak to another peak, it is ordinary, but considering the outburst would be formed on the peak of 2012, it could be extraordinary. On 3 February 2009 (Contact Report 476) mister Billy said that "[...] such solar storms are forming up to a climax in an exact rhythm of eleven years, which is a normal occurrence, but in the year 2012 it may happen in an extraordinary magnitude." In other words, the peak of 2012 is an ordinary occurence with a possible extraordinary magnitude".
By the way, I never thought that there are people who use vibrators above the Earth. Is that International Space Station is all about, Dead?
---- M -- 19:57, 15 June 2012 (BST)