Excerpt from FIGU-Stimme der Wassermannzeit No. 115

The following is an excerpt from
Stimme der Wassermannzeit (Voice of the Aquarian Age), No. 115, June 2000,
A Word About Billy written by Eva Bieri, Switzerland

 

Much has been written about Eduard Albert Meier, who is called Billy, and much of it has been far from being flattering or objective. It seems that every human has his own subjective concept of what, or rather who, Billy Meier is. The fewest know him personally, and when they do they know him not good enough to form an unbiased opinion about him.

Most people connect him with UFOs, what is most likely, since his UFO photos are known all-over the world. However, this UFO thing is pushed into the background more and more, and his main occupation comes forth ever distinctly: He is a penman, a writer who has already written thousands of pages, indeed not just novels--although he has written some--but writings whose content stimulates thinking and gives each person the initiative to ask ever more questions and, through this, to grasp ever more answers. He is the author of umpteen books that are written in a wonderful and understandable language. His (book) lines lead into worlds of which we have not dreamed yet. He gives nourishment to our dreams and lets our fantasy turn head over heals by touching strings within ourselves and letting them vibrate, something we possibly would have never discovered.

Billy is the author of many readable and interesting books. Why do most people not realize this? They define Billy through his UFO photos only, whether these are genuine or not. Simply a waste of time. They do not realize or know that Billy's task and main occupation is to write and teach. He does this so masterly and with a fluency that every sentence fits and is correct in its meaning. And all of this is achieved in one go, without additional correcting of sentences or content. That will not be imitated too easily by the so-called authors, who polish and potter around their books for years, until, ultimately, they publish it. All the while Billy--as a rule--writes a book in a few weeks or in two or three months, that is with a worthy content.

Billy has worked in a great variety of activities in many different professions, in order to ultimately being literally left sitting with the most difficult and ambitious work--to the luck of all people who read and study his books, and who are grateful that all of those tremendously big treasures have been written down by him and are recorded in writing.

 

This was first published here.

 

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