The Foundational Evidence that Establishes the Authenticity of the Billy
Meier UFO Contacts.
Submitted by Michael Horn on Wed, 12/08/2010 - 14:24
By Michael Horn
In 1964, Billy Meier was interviewed by a S. Venkatesh, a reporter for the
New Delhi Statesman, a prominent Indian newspaper in existence since 1818.
At this time, Meier was studying in the Ashoka Ashram, in Mehrauli, a remote
area approximately one and one-half hours outside of New Delhi. Meier, whose
full name is Eduard Albert Meier, is referred to as "Mr. Edward Albert" in
the article. He acquired the nickname, "Billy", by which he is now widely
known from an American woman he also met in 1964, in Pakistan. She thought
that he reminded her of the legendary Wild Bill Hickok.
The photo below shows Meier in Pakistan in 1964, one of 43 countries he
hitchhiked through over a 12-year period, dressed in garb similar to
Billy Meier http://www.tjresearch.info/Phobal_plain_text.htm
1999 I didn't know that it was Asket .... my head was on her lap
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Billy Meier http://www.tjresearch.info/witness.htm
Phobol Chang (Cambodian
delegation UN in 1996) knew Billy + Asket + Asket's UFOs in 1964
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Billy Meier http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/12/prweb4866944.htm
Newspaper Article + Photos Solve Decades Long Mystery of UFO Case
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Bert ( A W RvB )
US spaceships maximum velocity:
One light-year a minute.