Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 19, 2010
International MUFON group, invited to discuss UFO case still ongoing since 1964, reveal they never investigated it for reasons unknown, and decline opportunity to discuss on air.
Since its inception in 1969, the international UFO investigation organization, MUFON, has establishedprotocols for conducting UFO investigations. But according to Michael Horn, U.S. media rep for the Billy Meier UFO contact case, not only has MUFON never investigated the case, the organization revealed today that it has never had any plans to do so. Horn says that they also declined to discuss it on his radio show, which focuses on the topic.
"I am unaware of any uniquely significant information from MUFON about UFOs, mainly just a lot of anecdotal 'lights-in-the-sky' stories. It might be understandable - if there was no such thing as the Meier case. But Meier's ironclad UFO evidence was authenticated by top international scientists ironically scooping MUFON and all the other UFO groups," states Michael Horn.
"While there is no doubt that the mainstream media and governmental interests suppress information about Meier's nearly 70 years of authenticated extraterrestrial contacts, for unknown, inexplicable reasons MUFON also appears to be preventing public knowledge of the case. The question is, why has an organization supposedly dedicated to researching claims such as Meier's failed to do so... for the past 41 years? Obviously, if it's true, it's the most important story in human history," according to Horn.
"The UFO aspect of the Meier case is very attention grabbing. But far more important are the unheeded warnings of very specific threats to our future survival that are now coming down upon us. The only possible source of such disturbingly accurate information is from far more advanced beings, who verifiably provided it to Meier decades before the events occurred. Considering how long it's been known to them, it's quite puzzling why the Meier case hasn't been priority number one with UFO organizations such as MUFON. Perhaps our future would be looking very different had they been willing to investigate and broadly publish their findings," said Horn.