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The Billy Meier hoax photographs

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Seen above, a shot of Billy Meier‘s “weddingcake” craft, allegedly an extraterrestrial device. A strange appendage is circled in blue. What could it possibly be?

According to The Billy Meier case: more conclusive “smoking gun” proof of deception, that’s just the handle of a garbage can lid that can be found on Meier’s farm:

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Read the full analysis for much more details. But maybe the best part is the “explanation” given by Meier (or his aliens) for why the lower part of an alleged alien craft looks exactly like a garbage can lid, complete with a handle. From Meier’s 254th Contact Report, November 28, 1995:

Ptaah: “. . . As far back as the 1920s we worked with flying devices you have named the ‘Wedding Cake Ship,’ … we endeavored to transmit all of the necessary data regarding the vehicles’ shape to terrestrial scientists, in the form of telepathic impulses, to assist them in developing flying disks on Earth … We thoroughly investigated the entire situation and discovered that the old, newly re-emerged drawings were used for the design and production of these receptacle covers. … This, then, is how the shape of the container covers came about, which, as I mentioned earlier, strikingly resemble the lower rim section and undercarriage on our flying devices.”

It’s more ridiculous than his excuses as to why his photos of the pretty Pleiadian girls were exactly like dancers from the Dean Martin show. Photographing an American show on TV and claiming it was a real contact with aliens is also not much different from photographing a book illustration and claiming it was from a time travel trip. Click the image below to check “SpaceTimeNews” comparison:

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But I digress. Knowing how Meier created his alien ship, and having a photograph of an enthusiast on his farm proudly holding a garbage can lid (probably assuming it was obviously different, which it is not), tempted me to use some Photoshop skills to correctly scale the Weddingcake craft. The result:

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Once again, I recommend the reading of The Billy Meier case: more conclusive “smoking gun” proof of deception for more on Meier’s garbage affair. Also, please note the man above is not Meier, and the actual model created over the garbage lid is not golden, but silver. The montage is just to show scale. And get some laughs from all of this.

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  1. Shane July 26th, 2012 1:20 pm

    Oops kindly excuse my typos….
    Usually read before posting but one of those day yeknow

  2. Cholo August 1st, 2012 2:08 am

    I can’t believe you are all still debating this.

  3. Sudesh August 1st, 2012 1:24 pm

    A lot of testings done by the specialists were often mis- represented and inflated to fit with Michael Horn’s views. Many of the so called evidence were later found to be wrong. Take a look at this: http://www.iigwest.com/investigations/meier/metal_analysis_deconstruction.html

  4. Philip McAiney August 29th, 2012 3:59 pm

    I am the person holding the “lid” for one of the feed bins for the animals on Billy Meier’s farm that you portrayed on your website. The original picture was taken in 1999 by Richard Parrish (formerly of Los Angeles). I have my own photo taken by him with my camera. You have skillfully but deceptively inserted the golden top of the “wedding cake” ship onto the original. An infantile intention of malicious glee. Nothing changes the authenticity of Meier’s UFO photos, but they do underscore your own adolescent mentality.

  5. Mori August 30th, 2012 6:09 am

    I fail to see deception when the paragraph presents the illustration as the result of using “some Photoshop skills to correctly scale the Weddingcake craft.” I didn’t even try to correctly place the montage on your hands and fingers, so as to leave no room for anyone to ever think the illustration was an actual photograph.

    Thank you for your input.

  6. Karl September 25th, 2012 6:23 am

    As far as I know many of Meier’s photos where stolen and then faked and spread on the Internet so that those who analyze the photos will see they’re fake.

    Another thing they’ve said is that the photo of the dinosaur isn’t actually a photo of Meier but someone who wanted to harm him made that up.

  7. Antares October 22nd, 2012 7:13 am

    @Shane and others,
    Sorry to disappoint you, but it has appeared that even the alleged Plejaren alphabet of Billy Meier ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/nokodemjon/7319926614/ ) is a deception: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/malachim.htm
    Quote: “The Malachim alphabet is derived from the Hebrew and Greek alphabets. It was created by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa during the 16th Century and is still used by Freemasons to a limited extent. This version is from Bartolozzi’s Biblioteca Magna Rabbinica, 1675.”
    Source: http://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=219172&st=75

  8. Antares October 22nd, 2012 6:28 pm

    See also Angelic/Celestial alphabet by the same author, Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/angelic.htm

  9. Fondue April 3rd, 2013 12:02 am

    It’s good that we have debunkers, and we do need them. Sad that he managed to do it for this long.That takes some skills. Hahaha
    Crazy swiss farmer LOL

  10. Taro November 16th, 2014 6:50 pm

    Just in case anyone still reads this “investigation”, there is an in-depth analysis by Rhal Zahi of the very same object you see here:

    http://www.rhalzahi.com/index.php/en/investigations/252-spheres-ufo-wcufo-analysis

    In general, he analyses the reflections in the spheres using scale models, 3D modeling software, and some math(oooh, scary math) to determine the size of the main object in the photos and concludes a diameter of at least 3 metres rather than 0.55, the size of a trash can lid.

    BTW Mori, your “smoking gun” links appear to have…run out of smoke?

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