Monday, August 23, 2010
Billy Meier talks about parts of his life and his contacts with Human ET's, Also about Spiritual Teachings
A farmer born in the town of Bulach in the Swiss Lowlands, Eduard "Billy" Meier's claimed his first extraterrestrial contacts occurred in 1942 at the age of five with an elderly extraterrestrial human man named Sfath. Contacts with Sfath lasted until 1953. From 1953 to 1964 Meier's contacts continued with an extraterrestrial human woman named Asket. Meier says that after an eleven year break, contacts resumed again (beginning on January 28, 1975) with an extraterrestrial human woman named Semjase the granddaughter of Sfath.
In his teens, Meier joined the French Foreign Legion but says he soon left and returned home. He traveled extensively around the world pursuing spiritual exploration, covering some forty-two countries over twelve years. In 1965 he lost his left arm in a bus accident in Turkey. In 1966 he met and married a Greek woman, Kalliope, with whom he has three children. The nickname "Billy" came by way of an American friend who thought Meier's cowboy style of dress reminded her of "Billy the Kid". This anecdote was told by Meier himself in an interview with Bob Zanotti of Swiss Radio International in June, 1982. (BZ, 1/08).
Meier 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.
Many Meier proponents and believers exist among UFO enthusiasts, and his evidence has seen increased exposure through the efforts of an American representative, Michael Horn, who has appeared on popular late-night paranormal programs such as Coast to Coast AM.
Beginning in 1975, Meier allegedly began his official contacts ("official" in that evidence was to be provided publicly, unlike earlier contacts), communicating both directly (face-to-face) and by telepathy with a core group of the Pleiadians/Plejaren, or Errans as he also refers to them (Erra being their home planet), who gave their names as Ptaah, Semjase, Quetzal, and Pleja, among numerous others. According to Meier himself in the video documentary 'Contact', he says that his first contact with extraterrestrials began on January 28, 1975.
These visitors reportedly hail from the Plejares star system which is beyond the Pleiades and in a dimension that is a fraction of a second in the future from our own (an alternate timeline). These Plejaren have allegedly afforded Meier a more interesting sampling of evidence than that derived from most such encounters, including highly detailed photography, videos, multi-toned sound recordings, the temporary use of a weapon which he employed for trial on a nearby tree, and metal alloy samples.
Meier claimed the visitors charged him with certain informational and consciousness-raising tasks. As he undertook this mission, he met with a great deal of scorn and derision in addition to (according to his center) twenty-one assassination attempts. Some of these were allegedly initiated by hostile extraterrestrial entities and subsequently defeated largely through the intervention of his Plejaren friends.[Meier was uncomfortable with the megalomaniacal associations some would attach to his role as a representative (such as use of the term "prophet", e.g.) but he undertook the effort nonetheless.
Source : http://www.coasttocoastam.com/show/2010/08/22
George Knapp welcomed paranormal researcher Farah Yurdozu for a discussion on Turkish Ufology and contactee stories. David Huggins, who claims to have fathered many ET children, joined the conversation in the latter half of the show to share his remarkable story. Yurdozu observed that the Middle East is an area where the concept of non-human entities is "considered something very normal and natural." She explained that this is due to the rich history of the region, which dates back to the dawn of mankind and includes many traditions of these types of beings. To that end, she said that, in contemporary times, the Turkish government, media, and military are "extremely open" about the UFO phenomenon to the point that she declared, "we don't have a UFO related cover-up in Turkey."
Yurdozu pointed out a number of parallels between alien abduction accounts and tales of the jinn from her native country. "Jinns like to play with human children," she recounted, noting that it is said that the jinn would abduct children from their bed at night, take them someplace else, and return them in the morning. "As we know, in modern times, alien abduction starts when the person was a child," she observed. Additionally, Yurdozu said that tradition states that jinn had relationships with humans and created offspring. "Still today, there are many Turkish men and women that claim that they have children from jinns," she revealed. Similar to American accounts of people who allege to have ET hybrid children, these Turkish stories include the detail that the human parent is not allowed to see their offspring.
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