Reproducing Billy Meier's film & Photographic evidence.
The Billy Meier case is founded on the concept of contact between human type aliens from a star system beyond the Pleiades and just Billy Meier. Out of all the people on Earth Billy is advertised as the chosen ONE in the vein of many a hollywood movie as an archetypal dramatic motif. However, If the alien contact turns out to be false then not only is the whole case nonsense but it also puts the bearer in a very dubious light since there is deliberate deception.
As proof of contact in 1978 Billy Meier put forward photographs and films of the supposed alien space craft in action and had them published in various formats, such as a coffee table photo booklet as well as all the usual videos covering the wealth of information coming from this humble Swiss farmer. Since then, though, many doubts have surfaced concerning the veracity of his claims and the films themslves show little more then what could be construed as models.
I had a look at those videos in 1995 for the first time and was very dissapointed to see what looked for all the world like...wobbling models. No matter how many times people have debated this case, though, it goes nowhere until someone can actually reproduce exactly what we see in the originals to finally settle the debate once and for all. It's the only way and this case deserves to be looked at thoroughly because so many people all over the world have taken it as genuine. It is after all the biggest UFO case in history.
So in the early summer of 2009 I noticed the Meier case was being pushed and published like never before and I stepped in to challenge Michael Horn at theyfly.com over the truth in the case to which he responded by challenging me to reproduce some of the material. Attempts have been made to do so over the years but they have all been met with the same contempt from the Meier camp. "Lazy skeptics" is the cry from Michael Horn, Billy Meier's PR man, whenever he discusses debunking attempts in public.
I realised that if I wanted to reproduce anything it would have to be exactly the same or I would be wasting my time. I knew the photographs and films pretty well so I set about building the various models, as I thought they should be done, as well as going to a couple of local locations that gave me the right sort of environment. To cut a long story short it turned out to be all a simple matter of false perspective and with the right sized models I found it easy to get the same pictures as Meier. Particularly because I ended up buying the same camera that he used, a 1972 Olympus 35 ECR rangefinder, which makes things look smaller and further away than they really are..
I managed to redo all his films without exception to a standard that can be considered as much as anyone can get out of the suburbs of London. I say that because to reproduce exactly what we see in the films would mean going to switzerland and redoing them in the same locations. That's way beyond my ability, and I'm sure many of you reading this will recognise the difficulty in finding the same type of locations anywhere near where you live. I ended up using a local heath for most of it which was just around the corner. I hope what I have to show will be recognised for what it is - a direct replication of the most important features recorded by Billy meier in the 1970's.Filed under: Researchers, Billy Meier
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