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Thursday, March 29, 2012

'Governments Have Been In Regular Contact With Aliens For Decades'

WASP writes -

Source: SWNS

Former American President Dwight D Eisenhower had three secret meetings with aliens from another planet, 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'.


Eisenhower and Nixon. If all Presidents and world leaders are making deals with with aliens, why doesn't someone tell the public? They exchanged favours for technology. 'Favours' included agreeing alien nations could abduct human beings as they wished.

The two parties finally met up on three separate occasions at the Holloman Air Force base and there were 'many witnesses', it is claimed. 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.


REGARDS ............. WASP

The next clip reveals that after Roswell where an alien craft was shot down by American military, revenge attacks took place across the world, including attacks on civilian aircraft, as well as military. Between 1952 and 1956, the US military lost 18,000 planes in 'accidents', many disappearing altogether with no crash.

Gordon Cooper astronaut revealed that not a day goes by in the USA without UFOs being visible on radar screens. He also claimed that he and many other pilots had been able to fly actual or replicated alien craft, and had been doing so for quite some time.

Two Soviet scientists revealed that there were two large alien craft on the moon during the lunar landing. Neil Armstrong was overheard discussing what he had seen while on the moon, saying,'it was incredible. we were warned off making a base on the moon. they were menacing.' The CIA decided to cover up the details of alien presence on the moon.



Comment - Aaron McCollum has an interesting slant on the ET/ED discussion.
Initial interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22S2TNMf8v4&feature=relmfu
Secondary interview (Project Seagate): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoB18unO7iA&feature=relmfu

From the mental notes I made from both videos, the stargate in Yemen not being reported in OSM (Old Stream Media) didn't surprise me, despite the international mass-grouping of naval vessels. The sheer amount of stargates that are in abundance around the globe is an eye-opener too.

Particularly liked his take on the fact that ET's/ED's will help us to some extent, but it's up to us to get off our back-sides and wake up and do something about it. With regards to *DOING* something, then I can't think of a better way than educating people to the best of our ability (whilst enduring the initial ridicule). - Cobalt

TAP BLOG ALIEN HEALTH WARNING
Aliens are fabrications. The technology is real.


TAP - I am sure your notes were no more mental than the ones I write commenting on videos, Cobalt. Thanks for the links, and the encouragement!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

very good info at www.divinecosmos.com

Tapestry said...

I read divine cosmos, but find he is only writing a synopsis from other sources who are the originals, making it all sound more exciting in 'Boy's Own' journalistic style. He sells. I agree, but I prefer working from original sources, and don't need to feel I'm reading a thriller.

His optimism and lack of wisdom are indirectly criticized by Marshall Vian Summers. I find him naive when dealing with war. There is too much 'I' in his writing when we are dealing with so much that has nothing to do with him. He recycles old material and makes it sound like news. Good writer, but how much original hard information does he purvey? Not much.

Anonymous said...

here is something you alien theory believers will like.

///The Martian Klan or god race that has invaded America don't even use human language to communicate///

maybe there are subliminal messages in the video clip?

http://www.mansue.com/

Anonymous said...

Signs of the Close of the Age

3 As he sat on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately, saying, "Tell us, when will these things be, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the close of the age?" 4 And Jesus answered them, "See that no one leads you astray.5For many will come in my name, saying, 'I am the Christ,' and they will lead many astray.6And you will hear of wars and rumors of wars. See that you are not alarmed, for this must take place, but the end is not yet.7For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places.8All these are but the beginning of the birth pains.

Matthew 24 (English Standard Version)

Anonymous said...

The Tim Good on Frank Skinner thing is interesting - esp when they all laugh when he says the word 'fiddler'. Ha Ha!

Makes me glad that I don't have a TV anymore...don't have to sit through hours that sh**.

(BTW the leader of the church of Satan in California would not let his own kids watch TV! He called it 'the satanic family alter' He knew the true mind-bending powers of television)

Interesting that the BBC is now also promoting the alien agenda.

There is another side to this alien story.

John Mack wiki page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Edward_Mack


John Mack documentary 'Experiencers'

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xTQ2-S1n-Q

Anonymous said...

I'm not the anonymous, however I would like to comment on this.

//I read divine cosmos, but find he is only writing a synopsis from other sources who are the originals, making it all sound more exciting in 'Boy's Own' journalistic style. He sells. I agree, but I prefer working from original sources, and don't need to feel I'm reading a thriller.//

This is not really a criticism as this could be said about David Wilcock any other successful writer.


//His optimism and lack of wisdom are indirectly criticized by Marshall Vian Summers.//

That's only if you think Summers is a credible source.

As far as I can tell he's using the alien theme to sell an agenda of -

Unity = One world ideology
Discretion = Secrecy
Self-sustainability = Eugenics


//I find him naive when dealing with war.//

Invaded Iraq because Saddam threatened to open a stargate... Perhaps he is right. Perhaps he is too absurd. I think the viewpoint is worth considering. Perhaps there was a stargate in Iraq. Maybe Wilcock is wrong that Saddam was serious about opening it, and that it really was all about strategic positioning.


//There is too much 'I' in his writing when we are dealing with so much that has nothing to do with him. He recycles old material and makes it sound like news. Good writer, but how much original hard information does he purvey? Not much.//

I think that's because David Wilcock claims to be an original source. Channelling Ra, claims to be an ET himself, or something like that (was that a joke?) etc.

The financial tyranny series of posts was fairly useful. Nobody should claim you can get all the truth from David Wilcock... of course not. Question is whether David Wilcock is more credible compared to, say, Kettler and Summers.

- Me.

Anonymous said...

So. People have had encounters with "aliens". Very important people have had encounters with "aliens". Nobodies like you and me might have had encounters with "aliens".
What's the result?
The World is in a far greater mess than it has ever been since the time of Eisenhower.

So in other words there might have been contact with "aliens" biut they are either a) useless b) imaginary c) unhelpful.

So let's forget about "aliens" as they are just entertainment.

Tapestry said...

That's exactly what the government wants you to do. Which means they are far more significant.

Did alien races demand the depopulation programme as part of a technological exchange? Is that we are sprayed daily with chemtrail aerosols?

Tapestry said...

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "'Governments Have Been In Regular Contact With Ali...":

I'm not the anonymous, however I would like to comment on this.

//I read divine cosmos, but find he is only writing a synopsis from other sources who are the originals, making it all sound more exciting in 'Boy's Own' journalistic style. He sells. I agree, but I prefer working from original sources, and don't need to feel I'm reading a thriller.//

This is not really a criticism as this could be said about David Wilcock any other successful writer.


//His optimism and lack of wisdom are indirectly criticized by Marshall Vian Summers.//

That's only if you think Summers is a credible source.

As far as I can tell he's using the alien theme to sell an agenda of -

Unity = One world ideology
Discretion = Secrecy
Self-sustainability = Eugenics


//I find him naive when dealing with war.//

Invaded Iraq because Saddam threatened to open a stargate... Perhaps he is right. Perhaps he is too absurd. I think the viewpoint is worth considering. Perhaps there was a stargate in Iraq. Maybe Wilcock is wrong that Saddam was serious about opening it, and that it really was all about strategic positioning.


//There is too much 'I' in his writing when we are dealing with so much that has nothing to do with him. He recycles old material and makes it sound like news. Good writer, but how much original hard information does he purvey? Not much.//

I think that's because David Wilcock claims to be an original source. Channelling Ra, claims to be an ET himself, or something like that (was that a joke?) etc.

The financial tyranny series of posts was fairly useful. Nobody should claim you can get all the truth from David Wilcock... of course not. Question is whether David Wilcock is more credible compared to, say, Kettler and Summers.

- Me.
This appeared in email not in comments on the blog.

Tapestry said...

Wilcock uses Kettler as a source, but doesn't quote him.

Anonymous said...

What do you think gives kettler credibility?

Surely his claim of NO WAR IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM is just plain wrong!

Or is it just tiddlywinks going on in Afghanistan?

I find everything he says fascinating but as time goes on im even more sceptical.

Wilcox,Fulford both seem very fishy too. Big claims but where are these arrests? Are the Cabals running scared? Really dosent seem that way.

Allen

Anonymous said...

Aaron McCollum has an interesting slant on the ET/ED discussion.

Initial interview:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22S2TNMf8v4&feature=relmfu

Secondary interview (Project Seagate):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoB18unO7iA&feature=relmfu

From the mental notes I made from both videos, the stargate in Yemen not being reported in OSM (Old Stream Media) didn't surprise me, despite the international mass-grouping of naval vessels.

The sheer amount of stargates that are in abundance around the globe is an eye-opener too.

Particularly liked his take on the fact that ET's/ED's will help us to some extent, but it's up to us to get off our back-sides and wake up and do something about it.

With regards to *DOING* something, then I can't think of a better way than educating people to the best of our ability (whilst enduring the initial ridicule).

- Cobalt

Anonymous said...

How come that post went to email? I posted it here.

Anyway. Read this? Whitby Labour councillor claims to have had alien contact.


http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/the-northerner/2012/mar/27/whitby-councillor-alien-mother-simon-parkes

- Me.

Sasha Brewer said...

That's interesting about the leader of the church of satan not allowing his children to watch tv.

I think he has wisdom where some of the rest of us are lacking (ME!).