The Alien Presence and Meeting With Eisenhower
A significant mass UFO flyover happened in Washington DC in 1952. It was a glorious Alien demonstration of presence and friendship, but the paranoia and fear of invasion triggered alarm, and fighter jets were scrambled to encounter the Alien crafts with orders to shoot them down. The incident set a possible disclosure way back and Pentagon applied massive pressure for secrecy.
At February 20th. 1954 however, the contact pace accelerated when President Dwight Eisenhower met with a contingent Extraterrestrials at Edwards’s air force base in California- then called Muroc Air Base. The event is possibly the most significant that any American President could have conducted: an alleged First Contact meeting with ET’s with a distinctive Nordic appearance. In fact the most critical of the entire secrecy-disclosure debate then raging in the top-secret division of the government. William Cooper, who was on the Naval Intelligence briefing team and had access to classified documents, is a credible witness. His review of Those Documents revealed that ETs had had contact with Earth. They had warned that the Earth was “on a path of self-destruction” and they wanted to meet to help effectuate a long-lasting peace.
Five alien crafts were studied and handled by our Air Force officials.
One of the many witnesses to the intense debate of the historic meeting, Gerald Light – described it in a now famous letter to the founders of the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) of which Light was a member. He wrote: “During my two days visit, I saw five separate and distinct types of crafts being studied and handled by our Air Force officials, with the assistance and permission by the Etherians! I have no words to express my reactions. It has finally happened. It is now a matter of history. President Eisenhower was spirited over to Muroc during his visit to Palm Springs recently and it is my conviction that he will ignore the horrific 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.”
Of course that announcement never happened because the US made no agreement with the aliens. The President was rushed to the nearby Moruc Air Base in secrecy under the cover-up story of an urgent needed dental visit. It was an honest alien plea to mankind, but we turned down their offer of assistance in incredible new technologies in return for giving up our nuclear weapons. The discussions were polite. Eisenhower wanted to effectuate a treaty with the aliens, but was unwilling to agree to their demand that the US cease testing nuclear weapons. The aliens left with no treaty in place, but returned the year after to Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, not too far from the famous Roswell alien aircraft crash site, for a subsequent meeting with Eisenhower, but with a similar non-productive outcome. Apparently the top Generals at the Pentagon believed this to be some sort of deception that would leave US defenseless in very dangerous times. So we had to say “no thanks.” Understandably President Eisenhower was locked in a chess mate situation, considering that it happened at the spring of the cold war, something the Aliens must have been very aware of and alarmed by, and also the fact that the Soviet Union had developed their nuclear program only three years earlier. It would have been political suicide for the President to give up the US nuclear defense arsenal at that time.
Still, it was only logical that the aliens approached Eisenhower, both as the battle hardened commander at WWII, as well as the President of the United States- the prominent empire and inventors of the Atomic bomb, but it seems evident now that the President and his advisors had their conclusions confirmed at that point. It was also based on the wrong assumption that planet Earth had been visited by one or several hostile Extraterrestrial groups, and that we had to assume a defensive posture to a possible interplanetary war. After all Eisenhower as the supreme commander of the allied forces during the war, had been briefed about the Extraterrestrial interference – referred to as the “Foo fighters”. That defensive posture of course, just as in wartime, had to be kept at ultra-secret level. That basically sealed the deal of non-disclosure. From that point on all communication with Aliens were deemed too sensible for public exposure, and the curtain of secrecy descended for the unforeseeable future. That future might be “now”, only this time the “Foo fighters” will not appear as passive observers, but aggressively and abruptly interfering with advanced weaponry completely eliminating the invasion forces - of the soon to happen attack on Israel. Apparently some nuclear exchanges had already taken place, or were just in the making.