Confirm 1988 “wandering black holes” info correct
It’s always interesting to observe “new discoveries” that corroborate the accuracy of the scientific information published by Billy Meier – often decades earlier.
On Science and Prediction
Here is recent information pertaining to so-called “wandering” black holes, updating what was only considered theoretical more than a decade ago*. While scientists have often taken umbrage at words like prophecies and predictions, some like astrophysicist Jeremy Darling feel free to refer to “the theoretically predicted” wandering black holes and, as ScienceMag.org clearly states, “As this special section explores, prediction is now a developing science.”
I’ve often referred to Meier’s “prophetically accurate scientific information”, which pseudo-scientists have been quick to try to dismiss as “unscientific”. While I could have just as well said “predictively accurate”, in terms of the scientific information, the Plejaren always state facts…which are then later confirmed and corroborated by our scientists. As you’ll see, this also serves to factually establish their existence. The other possibility is that Billy Meier is indeed some kind of superman with extraordinary, flawlessly accurate psychic abilities.
Published by Meier in 1988
Here are specific examples from the Contact Reports clearly detailing what we are only now beginning to “discover” and factually corroborate regarding wandering black holes:
Official Contact Report 223, Sunday, May 1, 1988
Billy: …And since we’re already at it, I would like to come to speak again on the black hole of our Milky Way, of which we spoke – if I remember correctly – on the 30th of May 1987. By its attractive force, we don’t simply fly with our SOL system uncontrollably out into space but rather are somehow still held within the Milky Way. There are, indeed, black holes in every galaxy, as you explained, which Semjase and Ptaah already said, but in addition to these, there are still the “black wanderers,” as you call those kinds of black holes that drift through the cosmos. Ptaah also said that in this regard, there would be two types, precisely the black holes that drift wildly through the Universe and then the others that are galaxy-bound and, thus, draw a certain course in or through a galaxy and its surroundings… I would now like to ask if also with or in our galaxy, such a “wandering black hole” exists, a “galaxy-wandering black hole,” so to speak, if I may name this thing in such a way?…