At least in the case of the Swiss “prophet” Billy Meier, evidence has been mounting on his fake UFO photos; thence, as a result, the so-called “Pleiadian connection”, Billy’s, deserves all my suspicion.
But, as to reverend Frank Stranges, some of his sayings demand more investigation/consideration. His story is amazing, and in a nutshell, it follows. I’ve watched two tapes on presentations made by Stranges; I’m basing my lines on those.
“I come from the planet your Bible calls the morning and the evening star”
The reverend affirms having met with some Venusians for 3,5 years; they left in 1960. One stood out: Valiant Thor (check on photos).
(Val on the right side, holding paper)
It seems the Pentagon allowed him to live there, for that time period. Stranges had his first rendezvous (1957,Virgina) with Thor in the Pentagon, though, how he got in there, is always a subject of controversy.
Anyway, Thor’s mission was a failure (he had more 77 Venusian fellows on earth). Politicians (Eisenhower, Nixon…, whom he met personally), religious leaders and others didn’t accept his gifts (of healing, namely); it is said his offers ”would ruin the Economy”. So, he dematerialized and left.
Stranges said that Thor was asked once by Robert Kennedy: “who killed my brother” and “what are my chances in the presidency election”; he was told not to run. Stranges doesn’t reveal the answer to the first question.
Of special interest are the visits Stranges made to the spaceship Victor One in San Filipe, California; the teleportation “powers” of Val; and the absence of fingerprints. Val had a special clothing, whose material was not of this earth; several tests performed on this miracle garment concluded its fabric was unknown. The brother of Val could “walk through walls”, so they could not contain him.
Frank spoke about the Qumran scrolls and how someone from Jerusalem called him and said: you have no right to disclose this info. It seems Frank possesses, in advance, some information not yet revealed by those who guard the scrolls. That information points to life on other planets of the solar system.
The bit in the beginning, purporting to be written by Valiant Thor, is pretty entertaining if you're into this sort of thing. Like an old episode of Doctor Who, but way more (bizarrely) Judeo-Christian. The rest is pretty forgettable.
The book was dull and lacked any real information. Pages and pages of black and white images and mini biographies of faces in more images. If you like a picture book this might be for you but if your looking for new or meaningful information stand clear of this book
I really enjoyed this book and in a way has helped me to start joining some very interesting dots in this world of UFOs. The Christian angle to it is very refreshing and to me makes the story even more believable. I highly recommend it