President Eisenhower Supposedly Had Three Secret Meetings With Aliens
Posted: 14 Feb 2012 09:11 AM PST
Former U.S. Congress / Pentagon consultant and author Timothy Good is stirring up the 'Holloman AFB Meetings' pot after a recent interview on BBC2:
Former American President Dwight D. Eisenhower had three secret meetings with aliens, a former US government consultant has claimed.
The 34th President of the United States met the extra terrestrials at a remote air base in New Mexico in 1954, according to lecturer and author Timothy Good.
Eisenhower and other FBI officials are said to have organised the showdown with the space creatures by sending out 'telepathic messages'.
The two parties finally met up on three separate occasions at the Holloman Air Force base and there were 'many witnesses'.
Conspiracy theorists have circulated increased rumours in recent months that the meeting between the Commander-in-Chief and people from another planet took place.
But the claims from Mr Good, a former U.S. Congress and Pentagon consultant, are the first to be made publicly by a prominent academic.Speaking on Frank Skinner's BBC2 current affairs show Opinionated, he said that governments around the world have been in regular contact with aliens for many decades.
'Aliens have made both formal and informal contact with thousands of people throughout the world from all walks of life,' he added.
Asked why the aliens don't go to somebody 'important' like Barack Obama, he said: 'Well, certainly I can tell you that in 1954, President Eisenhower had three encounters, set up meetings with aliens, which took place at certain Air Force bases including Holloman Air Force base in New Mexico.'
He added that there were 'many witnesses'.
Eisenhower, who was president from 1953 to 1961, is known to have had a strong belief in life on other planets.
The former five-star general in the United States Army who commanded the Allied Forces in Europe during the Second World War, was also keen on pushing the U.S. space programme.
His meeting with the cosmic life forms is said to have taken place while officials were told that he was on vacation in Palm Springs, California, in February 1954.
The initial meeting is supposed to have taken place with aliens who were 'Nordic' in appearance, but the agreement was eventually 'signed' with a race called 'Alien Greys'.
Mr Good added: 'We know that up to 90 per cent of all UFO reports can be explained in conventional terms. However, I would say millions of people worldwide have actually seen the real thing.'
According to classified documents released by the Ministry of Defence in 2010, Winston Churchill may have ordered a UFO sighting to be kept secret.
The UFO was seen over the East Coast of England by an RAF reconnaissance plane returning from a mission in France or Germany towards the end of the war.
Churchill is said to have discussed how to deal with UFO sightings with Eisenhower. - dailymail
Someone named 'Bob' called in to the 'Coast to Coast AM' radio show in February 2009 and claimed to have film of President Eisenhower inspecting some people on stretchers who “weren’t from this earth”:
== TEXT OF C2C CALLER “BOB’S” ACCOUNT ON 3 FEB 09 ==
Hello, Mr. Noory. I have a unique — unique– situation to volunteer. I’m in the military, and I monitor satellite cameras. What I’ve got to tell you is based on UFOs — uh, very unique situation: I have acquired eighteen canisters — reel-to-reel film, military film, based in the forties, early fifties. Uh, I inherited it.
[Noory: 16-mil, black-and-white?] They’re black-and-white; I had a [garbled] on the majority of them. The cans show military insignia like eagles and stuff like that.
[Noory: Have you looked at the film yet, Bob?] I have looked at a few of them. Uh, what I’ve seen so far scares me to death.
[Noory: of what? -- give us a quick glimpse.] Uh, we gonna have to talk off the air at some point in time; it’s not . . .. [Noory, interrupting: I'm gonna have you give Tom
your phone number if that's okay.] What I’ve seen so far on the ones that I’ve looked at — well, back to the first one that I looked at showed President Eisenhower and, uh, the, uh, that eccentric guy, he, uh, that had the airplanes — what was his name? — the one who went into seclusion.
[Strieber: Oh, Howard Hughes.] Howard Hughes in a warehouse, looking around and, uh, people laying on stretchers (and they weren’t from this earth). [Noory: Oh, my gosh; all right, look . . ..] I want to stop there and . . .. [Noory, interrupting: Bob, I'm putting you on hold, we're gonna get your phone number and we will talk at length. Could be fascinating. Whitley, my friend, stay in touch. [Strieber: thank you very much, George, as always . . ..]