Meier Corroboration #204

October 11th, 1989 (line 244-247)

Billy:
Then I have one more question concerning the Venus: In March 1982 the Soviet spacecraft ‘Venera 14’, which was decorated with a Lenin plaque, actually was on Venus and radioed its measurement data to Earth for exactly 57 minutes, after which it was then destroyed by the enormous pressure and the 450 degrees heat. This made it known that Planet Venus, the Evening Star, is extremely hostile to life, even though the Romans considered it to be the goddess of love. As far as I know – namely through your lectures – the hostility to life on the surface of Venus refers only to life known to earth scientists, because according to your information thermo-bacteria and in high layers at a height of about 50 kilometres still other micro-organic life forms truthly exist on the planet. The Venus atmosphere at this altitude is no longer 450 degrees of heat, but only 30 to 75 or 80 degrees, while the pressure is no longer stronger than on the Earth’s surface. Well, in the high atmospheric layers there are – always according to your explanations – microorganisms that produce hydrogen sulfide as well as carbonyl sulfide, a gas that is excreted by the microorganisms as waste, if I have understood correctly. In addition, microorganisms can survive and reproduce both in the cold up to the absolute zero as well as in the heat of thousands and millions of degrees. Now the question: What do these microorganisms i.e. bacteria on Venus actually feed on? Could it be any gases or acids, etc., as is partly also the case with other microorganisms?

Quetzal:

245. Your explanations all correspond to the rightness, thus also in relation to the cold resistance and the heat resistance of certain bacteria.
article: [World champion in survival
Limmattaler Tagblatt, Baden, Friday, 25 August 2003
Surviving at 130 degrees Celsius
Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich, Saturday, 16 August 2003]
246. The diet of the microorganisms consists of carbon monoxide and sulphur dioxide, and furthermore they also make use of the solar radiation and the low concentrations of water in the atmosphere of Venus.

Billy:

Microorganisms also exist in our Earth’s atmosphere and in the clouds, namely both in the water particles and in the ice crystals. These microorganisms living so high above are tremendously resistant to cold, heat and UV radiation and reproduce constantly in these high atmospheric layers, as I had already learned from Sfath as a boy in 1948. He told me at that time that they were different microorganisms i.e. bacteria i.e. microbes which, like marine plankton, would reproduce periodically every seven days, at least certain types of these microorganisms. And as on Earth, certain microorganisms have penetrated the atmosphere of Venus from outer space, while the majority of them originated on the planet itself, when it at the earliest times still carried water, which however was also impregnated from outer space by bacteria-carrying comets, asteroids and microorganism clouds. Later on, the water then evaporated.

Quetzal:

247. That is of rightness.

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September 14th, 2020

https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/2020/09/14/phosphine-biomarker-discovered-in-venus-atmosphere/

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other corroborations found by me:

https://gregdougall.wordpress.com/?s=corroboration

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One Response to “Meier Corroboration #204”

  1. gregdougall Says:

    Not only is this proof of extraterrestrial life by the scientific community, it is proof that Billy Meier’s discussions with human ETs are undeniable, as he has previously published hundreds of these types of claims long before the scientific community.

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