Billy Meier, A Living Controversy

maxresdefault-1by Martin Willis

I fell asleep last night with a YouTube video playing a UFO documentary and forgot I had the YouTube autoplay switch on. I woke up to another video which was actually an audio interview with Michael Horn talking about 2015 Billy Meier “scientific evidence”. For a moment, I thought I was having a nightmare and then like passing a train wreck, I had to watch or in this case listen to most of the interview. Horn makes nothing but proclamations, and his “science” is no science at all from what I can see. He claims that MUFON knows that the Billy Meier case is real, but will not discuss it because they are infiltrated by the CIA. He claims the CIA filters all MUFON UFO reports. He also bashes Stephen Bassett for hiding Billy Meier’s proof, plus bashes all people claiming to be abducted (accept for a few early ones). He further summarizes the government sprays gas into homes and examines people who then think they are abducted by aliens. Twice now I have been asked by Michael Horn if he could be a guest on my show, and I have turned him down. I don’t see where it would benefit what I am trying to do as I think the Billy Meier Case is too ridiculous to debate. However, if this seems close-minded of me, please comment below with your opinions. I question if Michael Horn really believes Billy Meier’s story, hook-line & sinker, or if he is just along for the ride.  Read more

Blog: Otis T. Carr: The Man Who Patented a Saucer

by Michael Lauck

miami2 In the late 1950s flying saucers had been in the public consciousness for about a decade. The shock of the Arnold sighting and UFOs over Washington DC had worn off; saucers, though still mysterious, were now familiar. The government was actively running its third investigation into the reports of unidentified flying objects. Hollywood was incorporating the now iconic saucer craft into films of all budgets. Books had been printed on saucers and UFO magazines were on the newsstands every week. A new culture was being born around the flying saucers and possibility of alien contact. Many people claimed to have been contacted by extraterrestrials and some even claimed to have ridden in their craft. Others maintained that they had been given messages for their fellow Earthlings from the Space Brothers or comely Venusians. Read more