Michael Horn – The Billy Meier Controversy

by on October 16, 2010      

in Parapsychology

Michael Horn

Michael Horn

Billy Meier and Michael Horn, the producer of the documentary The Silent Revolution of Truth, knows that extraterrestrial life is a tricky subject to navigate. Despite compelling evidence, ET researchers and claimants to direct experiences with UFOs or AEP are often quick to suffer ridicule at the hands of media, government, and segments of the civilian class. However, recent statements by the Catholic Church and Stephen Hawkings suggest that public skepticism may have overcome valid curiosity. Michael Horn is the official representative of Eduard Albert (aka “Billy”) Meier, who claims to have been in contact with alien life forms for over 68 years. Join us as Michael Horn explains the Billy Meier case, complete with expert scientific analyses of the data. Don’t miss this fascinating interview!

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1 Robin Datta October 17, 2010 at 5:28 pm

It is a common error to presume that the Bible claims to be the truth.
The first word of the Bible, “berashaeet” is commonly translated in English “In the beginning”. Buc that would be the translation for “harashaeet”. An appropriate translation of “berashaeet” is by a beginning. It is another way of sayng “One way of telling the story”.

Also, the Buddhist sutras are dialogues between the Buddha and one or another of his disciples. Every one of them starts with a standard disclaimer. Initially they were transmitted in an oral tradition from teacher to pupil for many generations, in some cases for several centuries. The possibility of errors including embellishments. deletions and substitutions in such transmussion was recognised. Hence when first committed to writing, each sutra starts with the words “Thus have I heard”: the scribes vouched only for the accuracy in recording what told to them.

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2 Zameen October 22, 2010 at 3:10 pm

it is unfortunate that you must inject your stance on religion and your convoluted, know nothing opinion on what you think you know about global warming. you must at some point realize that anyone can go and look up gads and gads of false information and spout off about it when the opportunity permits, which is what you did like a insulted school girl that felt the need to jump up and speak your mind about YOUR silly, shameful and erroneous assertions about climate change which is the only thing you could actually add to the conversation. your loud and over opinionated and brash comments told me that what Mr. Horn had to say was obviously over your head or else you weren’t even listening. you actually sounded like you were personally offended by the the material stated. get over your self and take your head out of your proverbial rear end. btw I will never listen to what you have to say ever again.

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3 Andrew Abang October 22, 2010 at 6:22 pm

Zameen,

it is unfortunate that you must inject […] your convoluted, know nothing opinion on what you think you know about global warming.

Kim has spent over 300 hours investigating climate change from all aspects of it. As 20+ interviews re: climate change on this site can attest, she has developed a solid frame of reference upon which to challenge not only the the official story, but continuous distortions and deception related to climate. Your assertion of her “know-nothing”-ness is unmerited at best. Given that climate change is an arena where human rights are being violated right now in developing nations (and soon, in the USA), her unwillingness to make It’s Rainmaking Time! ™ available as a platform to perpetuate the official academic/political perspective is absolutely valid.

Kim interviewed Dr. Muhammad Yunus five years before anyone else in the media cared. Her track record for providing the unheard a forum and a voice speaks for itself. Your disdain is unscholarly.

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4 Jim Clayson October 27, 2010 at 4:22 am

Great interview!

I’m not an expert on the Billy Meier case but Michael Horn had some very interesting things to say. And I think Kim was spot on to keep things focussed – she is one skilled communicator and clearly knows how easy it is to get sidetracked from the real issue – individual responsibility. The conversation was refreshingly honest and candid and enough ground was covered to set up the second interview nicely. It should be a humdinger! I can’t wait.

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5 Nate October 27, 2010 at 2:25 pm

I think that a clarification of prophecy and prediction should be made here.

Prophecy is information about the future that can come to pass if things remain the same. Prophecy is the natural extension of logic the greater your logic the greater your for sight into the future.

Prediction a future event that cannot be changed.

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6 Jim October 27, 2010 at 4:00 pm

I lost a little bit of respect for Kim when she stated co2 is not toxic.

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7 Andrew Abang October 28, 2010 at 12:22 pm

Jim,

Kim has undertaken extensive climate change research, a great deal of which is represented via It’s Rainmaking Time!™ interviews. Her interview with Dr. Sherwood Idso may be of interest to you, as he has identified a strong relationship between increased levels of CO2 and greater production of plant biomass (i.e. more food).

Could you offer some information that supports the idea that it is toxic, given that it is so necessary and beneficial to plant life? Perhaps after you’ve heard the interview with Dr. Idso, who has researched carbon dioxide for 45 years, you may reevaluate your assumptions.

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8 http://tinyurl.com/lulurose31078 February 4, 2013 at 6:16 pm

Thank you so much for taking some time in order to compose “The Billy Meier
Controversy — It’s Rainmaking Time!®”. Thank you once more -Reggie

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