Ufologist Billy Meier claimed that aliens have warned him about the destruction that the killer asteroid Apophis will cause on Earth during an impact event. He also said the aliens suggested a way on how to successfully deflect the massive asteroid away from Earth.

Meier, who founded the UFO-centered religion Free Community of Interests for the Border and Spiritual Sciences and Ufological Studies, shared his revelations through his representative and research scientist Michael Horn.

According to Horn, Meier was contacted by aliens several times to provide prophetic messages regarding the collision between Earth and Apophis, which is also known as the God of Chaos asteroid.

Similar to the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs millions of years ago, Meier claimed that an impact caused by the 370-meter Apophis would trigger a series of extreme environmental events that would cause mass extinction.

In addition, Horn noted that the aliens told Meier about the formation of a new continent following Apophis’ Earth impact.

“They gave information on climatic and tectonic changes and also additional changes that will threaten to split the crust of the Earth from the present-day North Sea down to the Black Sea,” Horn told Express.

“That Apophis will create a new continent, due to an enormous crack of the Earth, from the North Sea to the Black Sea, from which will spew forth red hot lava,” he added.

In order to prevent Earth’s complete destruction, Meier said the aliens suggested a couple of options that could successfully deflect the massive asteroid. According to Horn, some of these include using solar sales to change the asteroid’s direction as well as detonating a nuclear bomb near the space rock in order to deflect it.

“They said look there are things such as solar sales and other means they might want to try,” Horn said. “They may also want to try to blow up the asteroid but that is not recommended.”

“The most highly recommended means is to detonate a nuclear charge in the proper proximity as to just deflect and nudge ‘God of Chaos’ asteroid Apophis off its trajectory,”  he added.

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