Shot of ESPRESSO seeking life

December 7, 2017

5-firstlightfoThe Echelle SPectrograph for Rocky Exoplanet and Stable Spectroscopic Observations (ESPRESSO) has successfully made its first observations. Installed on ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile, ESPRESSO will search for exoplanets with unprecedented precision by looking at the minuscule changes in the light of their host stars. For the first time ever, an instrument will be able to sum up the light from all four VLT telescopes and achieve the light collecting power of a 16-meter telescope.

ESPRESSO has achieved first light on ESO’s Very Large Telescope at the Paranal Observatory in northern Chile. This new, third-generation echelle spectrograph is the successor to ESO’s hugely successful HARPS at the La Silla Observatory. HARPS can attain a precision of around one metre per second in velocity measurements, whereas ESPRESSO aims to achieve a precision of just a few centimetres per second, due to advances in technology and its placement on a much bigger telescope.

The lead scientist for ESPRESSO, Francesco Pepe from the University of Geneva in Switzerland, explains its significance: “This success is the result of the work of many people over 10 years. ESPRESSO isn’t just the evolution of our previous instruments like HARPS, but it will be transformational, with its higher resolution and higher precision. And unlike earlier instruments it can exploit the VLT’s full collecting power—it can be used with all four of the VLT Unit Telescopes at the same time to simulate a 16-metre . ESPRESSO will be unsurpassed for at least a decade—now I am just impatient to find our first rocky planet!”

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Phil B and Tim A comments on Richard Hoagland interviewing MH on Meier Contacts

December 6, 2017

Phil Bull says:

I was thinking how good it would be having a science based interviewer, I think I got that one wrong. I have listened to the whole 3 hours 3 times now, just because I have to hear it to believe it.
I think Richard indicates he has known about BEAM for years and he seems to have no issue with the Photos etc. But he must have looked no further than the Photos.
I think I am like most people who discover BEAM, (thank you MH as it was your film that I saw), you look at the Photos and you get the feeling it is more likely to be real than not, then you find out about time travel or something else that makes you wonder if it’s maybe just a good story. If you leave it at that and look no further you never get anywhere with the absolute gift right there in front of you.
Many of us must have the same idea at first, why don’t the nice space people just talk to everyone on the planet and while they are at it throw us a few free energy generators, fix pollution, give us some spaceships and we will all do just so much better.
Unfortunately you only have to look at the success rate of “just fixing things” for people at an individual level, as a rule it does not really help them (with exceptions of course). If the person does not put anything in to learning how to manage their own problems mostly they return to their original situation and still need fixing, often over and over again.
When you truly look at BEAM’s information objectively, follow BEAM’s advice of not believing but evaluating for yourself, the multilayered nature of the information becomes clear. There is proof for anyone to find who wants to, as well as the information we can’t prove. Then pretty soon you realize you need to just forget about spaceships and any ideas of helpful “fix your planet for you” ET humans.
All you have to do is “follow the directions on the pack” to find out all about it, logical step by step. If you have done all that and still prefer to believe in Angels +/- some negative ET’s working with the 1% or maybe the odd reptile ET masquerading as a world leader, well there is not much hope for you. It seems the majority of the interviewers who claim to know about BEAM have not looked at nor investigated anything useful.
MH you often say confirmed ET contact would be the most important/significant event for the people of Earth, but I wonder if discovering the spiritual teaching would maybe the number one, just a thought. And I don’t know about anyone else but I am wishing we did not have to refer to BEAM as a case, he is not a case he is a teacher.
And as for the PJ’s, what more do these “experts” want for free! So many facts they have given us just needing us to investigate as best as our technology allows.
Well done MH, that interview was one of your typical best efforts to communicate with those who have chosen not to look at BEAM yet think they have more important evidence of useless things!


Timothy Allen Anderson says:

I keyed in on something that I doubt is unique to my perspective, yet bothers me all the same, regarding a repeated theme with Richard and his insistence that the Plejaren are responsible for our failures. I find it very difficult to accept that someone with the perceived acumen that Richard would seem to possess, could not find it obvious that nearly everything that we Earth humans think we need has been created in such a way as to be self destructive on almost every level. Our transportation of goods and people, our creation of energy, the production of food, our governing systems, the monetary system, health care, immigration, housing, construction of buildings and infrastructure, and so much more. To me, you almost have to try to NOT see the failures as they are EVERYWHERE! I left a comment on the interview that I hope Richard will read, maybe it will make some sense to him.

The answer for Richard Hoagland:

The audio interview of Richard Hoagland and MH:

Sea-level rise predicted to threaten >13,000 archaeological sites in southeastern US

November 30, 2017


Sea-level rise may impact vast numbers of archaeological and historic sites, cemeteries, and landscapes on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts of the southeastern United States, according to a study published November 29, 2017 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by David Anderson from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA, and colleagues.

To estimate the impact of sea-level rise on archaeological sites, the authors of the present study analyzed data from the Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA). DINAA aggregates archaeological and historical data sets developed over the past century from numerous sources, providing the public and research communities with a uniquely comprehensive window into human settlement.

Just in the remainder of this century, if projected trends in sea-level rise continue, the researchers predict that over 13,000 recorded archaeological sites in the southeast alone may be submerged with a 1 m rise in sea-level, including over 1,000 listed on the National Register of Historic Places as important cultural properties. Many more sites and structures that have not yet been recorded will also be lost.

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Mysterious Tweet- Can you decode it?

November 28, 2017


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Bacteria ‘that had not been there’ found on ISS hull, Russian cosmonaut says

November 27, 2017

Living bacteria were found on the surface of the International Space Station (ISS), and they might have extraterrestrial origins, Russian cosmonaut Anton Shkaplerov said. The microorganisms will be studied further on Earth.

Shkaplerov, an ISS expedition flight engineer who will take his third trip to the ISS in December as part of the Expedition 54 crew, said that scientists found living bacteria while they were taking samples from the surface of the station. Speaking to TASS, he said that the microorganisms might have come from outer space.

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How do you tell someone their religion is a lie?

November 26, 2017

How do you tell someone their religion is a lie? As someone who was forcefully raised Roman Catholic before being old enough to decide for myself and yet successfully escaped the conscious enslavement and irrational teachings, I thought it was quite easy. So many things did not make sense. Then I learned how the church killed millions of people in the past, and how religious wars and fanatical believers still kill for their religion today. As a child, I concluded that if all religions said they were the only true and correct one, then all of them must be false. And they are. They are based on lies, manipulations, mistranslations, corruption, money, bribes, intrigues, coercion, brainwashing, human trafficking, guilt inducing teachings, the promise of being saved from nothing, the threat of imaginary demons, and the promise of a blissful afterlife, but only if you submit and give money and worship on your knees to your local spiritual charlatan.

Another nail in the coffin of religion came from my mom and my girlfriend’s mom who grew up in the church. My grandmother cooked for priests and my grandfather was custodian at a catholic school. My mother saw the priests do quite unholy things, such as drinking, swearing, and womanizing. My girlfriend’s mom still works for priests as a cleaning lady, and sees alcoholism, drug use, and theft. Any religion that does not allow women to serve in an equal position must be invalid. What drives the priests into such depressing and desperate acts? Perhaps they know they are living a lie.

Long ago I heard that there were many books and texts that did not make it into the Bible. Why? Why would they leave out information? Why did the Bible come together hundreds of years after the death of Jesus? Who would take obvious errors in the stories so literally? Only someone brainwashed by religious teachings that entrap and limit the consciousness of a person. When I saw people interpreting the Bible in very different ways, and having very different opinions about the same subjects, I knew something was wrong.

More recently I learned about a resin encrusted document that was found in a tomb in old Jerusalem. The document was written in Aramaic and the author was Judas Ischkerioth. The late professor James Deardorff, with a PhD in comparative religions studied the document in order to prove it invalid. He compared this document called the Teaching of Jmmanuel, or the “Talmud Jmmanuel” with the gospel of Matthew, and set each line side by side. After years and decades of studying and analyzing, the Talmud Jmmanuel proved to have been written first, was proven to be much more accurate, and was proven to be the only document written during the time when Jmmanuel (or Jesus Christ) lived. It cleared up hundreds of inconsistencies. And he was working with a primitive and earlier translation. Today, years after Prof. Deardorff has passed on, the document was translated more accurately, revealing even more truths and secrets.

One of the people who discovered this document is connected to a very important mission. The messages are that religions are preventing humans from becoming more intelligent, peaceful, knowing, and advanced. Each individual has the ability to think and act in the right and proper sense on his or her own, and they certainly don’t need a priest, rabbi, shaman, imam, guru, or self-appointed holy person to tell them what to think. The other message of the mission is that the world’s current population is now over 8.8 billion, and this growth is not sustainable. If the world’s population continues to more than double in everyone’s lifetime, then within a few generations the world’s ecosystems will collapse, and we are already seeing clear signs of that. We need to drop religions and stop having 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 babies per family now. This is common practice in many places in the world, especially where it’s already too crowded, and places where women have very few rights. It’s a very simple and natural solution, and one only needs to think logically about it.

If you ever come across someone who mentions Jesus, run in the opposite direction. Because there never was a man named Jesus Christ, but there was a man who was named Jmmanuel. Until the world knows the difference between the two, our civilization will stagnate, and get very badly out of control of the good human nature, which has been occurring for the past two thousand years.



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What have you done for disclosure?

November 22, 2017

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Updated: Prince William – Overpopulation…the biggest challenge

November 3, 2017

11.13.17:  15,000 scientists now agree with Billy Meier’s warnings:

“By failing to adequately limit population growth, reassess the role of an economy rooted in growth, reduce greenhouse gases, incentivise renewable energy, protect habitat, restore ecosystems, curb pollution, halt defaunation, and constrain invasive alien species, humanity is not taking the urgent steps needed to safeguard our imperilled biosphere.”

“We are jeopardising our future by not reining in our intense but geographically and demographically uneven material consumption and by not perceiving continued rapid population growth as a primary driver behind many ecological and even societal threats.”


Rapidly growing human populations [now 8.8 BILLLION] risk having a “terrible impact” on the world, the Duke of Cambridge has warned.

The Duke said that as a result, wildlife was being put under “enormous pressure” and called for the issue to be addressed with renewed vigour.

His concerns echo those of his grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, who in 2011 advocated

“voluntary family limitation” as a means of solving overpopulation,

which he described as the biggest challenge in conservation.

His grandson, royal patron of the Tusk Trust, told the charity’s gala dinner in London that measures needed to be taken to save certain animal populations.

“In my lifetime, we have seen global wildlife populations decline by over half,” he said.

GAIA TV UFO FRAUD channel refuses to air Noory – Michael Horn interview

November 1, 2017

Michael Horn Live episode 4, November 7th, 11pm:

X Files 2016 premiere has 2 E.T. craft beamship photographs

October 1, 2017

A tacit endorsement of the best documented E.T. contact case (still ongoing) in the world


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