Tuesday, November 21, 2017

End of Days (Ep. 73, Nov. 20, 2017): Interview with Michael Horn

Michael welcomed Michael Horn, the authorized American media representative for reclusive Swiss UFO contactee Billy Meier. The Billy Meier case has been shrouded in controversy, since the story first surfaced. From 1975 until August 19, 2003, there have been 632 personal and 748 telepathic contacts with Pleiadian/Plejaran extraterrestrials and members of their Federation. The contacts are still on-going.

Mr. Horn addressed what past guest Peter Robbins, had said about The Billy Meier Case. Michael Horn also put the UFO Community on notice; he is on a mission to bring fourth the truth. Both Peter Robbins & Michael Horn are both respected on the program. Will there ever be a resolution to all the disputes?

Michael Horn spoke about Billy Meier’s prophecies, Michael Mentions how the Meier prophecies, have always stuck out to him. On the news as of late, Devastating Earthquakes Could Rattle Earth in 2018. Billy Meier had talked about this many years ago. Will there be major earth changes in 2018? Scientists say Earth’s rotation has slowed down which could have catastrophic impact.

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Saturday, November 11, 2017

'Billy Meier Museum' Exhibition (Nov. 11 to Dec. 9, 2017): Chur, Switzerland

A warm invitation by

"Warning to all Governments of Europe"

Mexican artist Cristian Franco scoured the archive of "Billy" Eduard Albert Meier, the enigmatic cult figure of ufology, for his installation. In an artistically conceived installation, he reveals trouvés from the archive of the famous ufologist. The archive holdings are supplemented by artistic interventions from Franco's own hand. Cristian Franco (* 1980) lives and works in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Friday, November 10, vernissage 7 - 9 pm
The artist is present.

Long Saturday, November 11,
exhibition open from 12-24 clock
Guided tours through the exhibition "Billy Meier Museum":
each 15 minutes at 16.00, 18.00, 20.00 hrs
The artist will be present the whole Saturday.

The exhibition lasts until 9th ​​December 2017