The contents of this post is based upon a letter received from a reader of The Genius Frequency
regarding an apparent discrepancy found within another, unrelated work. The reason for the confusion was that the distributor who sold her a copy of "The Genius Frequency"
highly recommended another book (the Billy Meier material) that ostensibly served as some kind of companion work. While such a suggestion was erroneous, to say the least, the reader in good faith, purchased the suggested book and ultimately experienced confusion when studying both works. One obvious discrepancy between the works prompted the reader to contact the author for clarification.
The point of confusion involved a reference in Chapter V of The Genius Frequency
to an angelic entity known by the name Semjaza as a member of the "fallen" angelic betrayal. Of course, in the other, "suggested" book the same name appears and is extolled as a friend and benefactor of humanity. The reader in question noticed the discrepancy and after much effort could not resolve the conflicting material, which prompted the letter to the author. Clearly, there were many other such discrepancies to confuse the reader, but the above mentioned name served as an important point of departure. Of course, such confusion was a result of believing the opinion of a so-called authority and could have been avoided by simply allowing the reader to acquire the book of interest. Such is the world of sales and personal agendas.
It is anyone's guess how many such "suggestions" were offered to other readers who purchased other works, expecting them to bear the same message, philosophy, view points, and so forth. Thus, in the interest of helping others who have had similar experiences and have experienced the same confusion, the relevant excerpts from the author's response are quoted below. Hopefully, the following response to the reader in question will clarify any such confusion experienced by others who have received misguided suggestions. Excerpts From The Author's Response:
Now, It is important to bear in mind that the entity you mention is in the business of selling books. That is not to imply that profit is the only motive, and clearly there is an additional agenda/belief reflected in the other "suggested" books. In truth, there are those who have studied the work and those who merely think they know what it is about. As such, The Genius Frequency is often misrepresented by those who make such assumptions based upon appearances rather than substance—which can, indeed, include publishers and distributors. As the author of the work, such misrepresentations come with the territory and must be taken with a certain degree of tolerance and corrected when necessary.
Having said that, one can only guess the reasons that the entity in question chooses to associate The Genius Frequency with the Meier material. Feedback from readers of my work has informed me that such associations have changed over the years—so it wasn't always said material—but most were equally misinformed. Perhaps such suggestions are designed to sell more books. Perhaps, it is assumed that a book's designated genre is the message. Perhaps, it is all of the above. Although the Meier material did not come to my attention until over a decade after my book was published, some effort to familiarize myself with the former material became necessary for the reasons already stated. In my view it is pointless to argue the authenticity of the Meier material. There can be little doubt as to the veracity of the man's experiences. That is not in question, here.
The question is the veracity of the interpretations, messages, philosophies and so forth. As to whether said material is in any way supportive of, or affiliated with The Genius Frequency material, the answer is no. The suggestion that the above mentioned works should be studied together implies a profound lack of understanding, at best. Out of millions of works in the vast human archives, to choose the Meier material as a companion work to The Genius Frequency is misguided on more levels than we have the time to discuss. In most cases, such comparisons are deserving of little more than a brief dismissal. However, your sincere efforts to discern truth deserve more than a cursory comment.
Regarding your comments on Semjaza, The glaring disparity between the two references should be cause to step back and reevaluate the philosophical message being presented to the reader. For you this disparity is a key to unlock a very large vault of potential misinformation. The primary difference is that the Meier material is derived directly from a specific society within a larger off-planet civilization and the TGF material is derived primarily from the Akashic records—in which race-bias and other forms of political agendas are not embedded in the narrative. Even within the human archives dating several thousand years BC we find ample references that count Semjaza among the fallen angelics. Is that name being used by another entity in the Meier narrative? Possibly. It is also possible that Semjaza is a post-fall bloodline of rulership that spawned its own counterfeit hierarchy to rule a portion of the off-world society involved in the Meier visitations. However, we know without doubt, the great betrayal involved legions of angelics, myriad deceptions, and it was galactic-wide, not just earth-centric (i.e. the Adam and Eve scenario abstract).
This last point is critical because it informs us that the counterfeit-gods from that infamous betrayal spread far and wide, taking up residence and corrupting many worlds in addition to the earth realm. This is a reality that many choose to deny or ignore, preferring instead to believe that all off planet so-called advanced civilizations are, by default, our benefactors— even our creator-gods. In truth we find in the human archives a complex account of corrupted angelics who infected the earth system with their power struggles. Know that they created nothing—they are gods of nothing; they merely tampered with existing life-forms to enslave them. Consider then, that Star and planetary systems are analogous to other countries on earth. No one here would be naive enough to believe that every entity in a given country has our best interest at heart.
None of this is to say that any respectable and sincere seeker should avoid even a cursory study of the Meier case. Indeed, if you are so inclined to be informed by that and hundreds of similar accounts, do so until you are satisfied that discernment has exposed the clarity of Truth in the midst of distortion. Yes, of course, the Meier material is not only "quite amazing," it is also quite sensational—and it is meant to be so. The real question is what is he being told to tell us? And WHY? Therefore, in the final analysis, you must decide for yourself what is Truth and what is misinformation.
Whether one or another off-world civilization, race, or tribe acts in our best interest or is sworn to our demise is irrelevant. Moreover, the fact is that advanced technology in no way equates to spiritual power or superiority. For now, you would be wise to continue with your studies and seek clarification within your Heart-Of Hearts, wherein the True Bestowal of THE ONE resides. Remember, the Christed transformation revives that Bestowal so no hierarchy, middlemen, or any form of surrogate godhead is required to reconnect with THE ONE. Each of us who remain truly human possess the Sovereign Seed of the Master's co-creative Bestowal of the ONE.
This concludes the response as stated in the introduction of this topic and subsequent post. While it specifically addresses a reader's query, you may find that it stands on its own as a small contribution to a greater clarification on a more general view of our respective paths through this dimension...jjf