Comments on The Billy Meier 'Hoax' Exposed? The Wedding Cake UFO Controversy
We could duplicate that in probably a million years from now when we all become trekkies.:)Spiritual evolution first. I think that ship was discontinued due to miscalculation of atmospheric imbalance which caused the cake to crumble thus became extinct or discontinued from what I've read. If we design a ship on Earth let's make sure it can do some of those manuevers like a drunk driver like those ships of the Pleiadians can.
--Mark 21:26, 18 April 2010 (BST)
To be fair however, at a first glance by a trained photographic eye these photos have some strange depth of field. Moreover the ships design may contribute to the object appearing out of perspective. It may also remind the viewer of various household items. But as one looks more deeply into the image, and beyond the image, it becomes clearer that if they are models then they are vast. On top of that if one does the 'homework' its clear Billy isnt capable of such vast models and huge supports/cranes. They are within the scene and show no evidence atall of superimposition when analyzed. Dan.
--Daniel 21:45, 19 April 2010 (BST)
Really unconvincing photos!
--CriticalThinker 14:26, 19 February 2011 (UTC)
CriticalThinker, if you were in the CIA, and your job was to preserve the power structure of the US government, and you discovered that everything in the Meier Case was true, then would there be anything you wouldnt do to taint the evidence. I think they may very well have had a hand in replacing some of Meier's photos with forgeries. But that video has several illogical claims within it too. Just because a beamship (UFO to you) looks a little like a bin lid doesnt mean it was a bin lid. Besides that bin lid in the video isnt slanted at the sides but the beamship is.
--Jamesm 01:25, 20 February 2011 (UTC)
As the saying goes if you give a child candy, they won't stop asking for more. The current overall knowledge level of my planet Earth is not at a mature stage or else we would take care of our planet. I think instead of trying to prove through pictures and such, maybe through teachings they will learn truth in themselves as it develops, trust develops and the real ships may one day land on Earth and not have to just fly by. :)
--Markvd 22:59, 18 January 2012 (UTC)