Sunday, April 26, 2015

BMUFOR - Billy Meier's Outer Space Pictures: Pteranodon


According to Contact Report 35, during Meier's Great Journey in space (which took place from July 17-22, 1975) he allegedly traveled to NEBER, a planet in the KRAS system in the galaxy BEBERAS (these are Plejaren designations) which is 9.38 billion light years from Earth. There he was allowed to take quite a number of pictures of dinosaurs among many others of which only 7 are included in PPKB 1 (see pgs. 434, 435 & 438), as was also confirmed in a 2005 article by Hans Georg Lanzendorfer, core group member of FIGU in FIGU Special Bulletin (FSB) 20:

"A journey with Semjase into the galaxy BEBERAS to the world NEBER in the KRAS system did, in fact, take place during the 31st Contact on the 17th of July, 1975. The world inhabited by dinosaurs, NEBER, is 9.38 million light years away from the Earth. These facts can be read in the bound edition of The Pleiadian/Plejaren Contact Reports, Block 1 (2002), on page 432, sentence# 575 and the following. During the journey, some photographs of various primeval animals and humans as well as pyramids were actually made by BEAM, some of which are shown in the edition of the book mentioned...”

A photo (above-left) of a Pteranodon (a genus of Pterosaurs which included some of the largest known flying reptiles) which, according to FSB 20, had been for some time claimed to have been photographed by Meier during his trip to a galaxy that is 9.38 billion light years away.

Did Meier really photograph a living Pteranodon?

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