What the ancient prophets actually foretold is now upon us
In the recent blog about the Italian earthquakes, I posted references from the Contact Reports and the Henoch Prophecies. This led some people to try to dismiss Billy Meier’s information because it’s already well known that Italy is a very earthquake prone.
What I didn’t post in the article was the ultra-specific information about Vesuvius given to Meier regarding the exact location and depth of the magma chambers, as well as their great volume, which was scientifically corroborated…14 years after Meier published it.
You’ll note that Semjase already alluded to the destructive effect that Vesuvius would have on Rome – 21 years before the scientific publication. And of course we know that the Plejaren warned about the connection of these now pressing events to another world war.
While most of the information at this link is culled from the Contact Reports, we’ve also frequently referenced some of the various prophecies and predictions here that have continued to be fulfilled.
In light of all of the fast-moving developments – or destructive degeneration – in the world, perhaps the most timely warnings are the real predictions of the prophets Jeremia and Eliah (Elijah), which were censored and removed from the bible, replaced with more symbolic and ambiguous language, etc. You’ll notice that Quetzal put them in clear, contemporary language for Meier.
The Physics of It All
Rather than view this as any kind of mysticism, it’s better to see and understand it as a demonstration of the immutable, unerring, law of cause and effect (causality) “considered to be fundamental to all natural science, especially physics”.
On a personal level, which of course contributes to and helps to form the collective reality, we may want to contemplate this:
What you do in this moment recedes into the past, as its effects approach you from the future.
We now see what has happened, over the many millennia, because of elevating the fatal flaws faith and belief over truth and knowledge. The prophets knew that there was no outside force, no deity that was creating our lives. They knew and taught what the spiritual teaching advises, i.e. that we, as self-responsible human beings, should observe and control our thoughts, ideally 24 hours a day. Our thoughts lead to our feelings, our feelings lead to our actions. To control our thoughts is to begin to consciously create the life, and the world, we prefer.
More than ever, we must truly learn how to properly use the might of the thoughts, with all that is upon us…as the time fulfills.