Alien History: Volume 2 – President Eisenhower’s Possible Treaty with the Aliens
Before Betty and Barney Hill’s abduction on Sept. 19, 1961, did President Eisenhower participate in a series of remarkable encounters with both Nordic and Grey ostensible extraterrestrials, apparently culminating in a signed treaty giving Grey aliens permission to abduct and examine human beings?
Before discussing the potential of an ill-advised, extraterrestrial treaty, it is wise to ascertain if it was possible that Eisenhower was able to participate in a secret meeting at Edwards Air Force Base while he was vacationing in Palm Springs circa 1954. The circumstantial bit of evidence is the fact that Eisenhower went missing for hours the night of February 20th and this fact is conjoined with the notion of the proximity of Palm Springs to Edwards Air Force base. The conspiracy theory has been further coalesced into a historical legend by the eyewitness account of men like Gerald Light, who claimed to have been invited to the meeting, along with various other delegates with specific qualifications. Light described the appearance of vigorous men being pale, as if they’d seen a ghost. He also described “five separate and distinct types of aircraft being handled and studied by our Air Force — with permission of the Etherians.”
Light’s words come to us through the letter he wrote in April, 1954. His words make it clear that he believed that Ike wanted to let the American people know the truth about classified, extraterrestrial technology:
“President Eisenhower, as you may already know, was spirited over to Muroc (later named Edwards Airfield) one night during his visit to Palm Springs recently. And it is my conviction that he will ignore the terrific conflict between the various ‘authorities’ and go directly to the people via radio and television — if the impasse continues much longer. From what I could gather, an official statement to the country is being prepared for delivery about the middle of May.”
History reminds us that President Eisenhower did go public about his concerns in his farewell address, but he cryptically encoded the concept of a secret adherence to keeping extraterrestrial technology as a scientific and engineering project into a brand new blanket term, the infamous Military Industrial Complex. Before continuing on, let us return to 1954 to hear additional eyewitness testimony that history has left behind.
According to William Cooper, who had access to Naval Intelligence briefings, the United States government was approached by a race of apparently Nordic, humanoid aliens while they were simultaneously trying to establish contact with a race of Greys.
“In the meantime, a race of human-looking aliens contacted the U.S. government. This alien group warned us against the aliens that were orbiting the Equator and offered to help us with our spiritual development. They demanded that we dismantle and destroy our nuclear weapons as the major condition. They refused to exchange technology, citing that we were spiritually unable to handle the technology which we then possessed. They believed that we would use any new technology to destroy each other. This race stated that we were on a path of self-destruction and we must stop killing each other, stop polluting the Earth, stop raping the Earth’s natural resources and learn to live in harmony.”
Not surprisingly, the U.S. government rejected their peaceful entreaty.
According to Sgt. Charles Suggs Jr., his father, Sgt. Charles Suggs, Sr. attended the event at Edwards Air Force Base on Feb. 20, 1954, and said clearly, “They met and spoke with two white-haired Nordics that had pale blue eyes and colorless lips. The spokesman stood a number of feet away from Ike and would not let him approach any closer. A second Nordic stood on the extended ramp of a bi-convex saucer that stood on tripod landing gear on the landing strip.”
According to Cooper, Eisenhower eventually met with the Greys, who claimed to be from Orion’s constellation, and made the infamous deal:
“The treaty stated that the aliens would not interfere in our affairs and we would not interfere in theirs. We would keep their presence on Earth a secret. They would furnish us with advanced technology and would help us in our technological development. They would not make any treaty with any other Earth nation. They could abduct humans on a limited and periodic basis for the purpose of medical examination and monitoring of our development, with the stipulation that the humans would not be harmed, would be returned to their point of abduction, would have no memory of the event and that the alien nation would furnish Majesty Twelve with a list of all human contacts and abductees on a regularly-scheduled basis.”
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