Former Pentagon Adviser Claims: President Eisenhower Had Three Secret Meetings With Aliens
During the final hours of February 20-21, 1954, while President Eisenhower was officially on vacation in California, the 34th President of the United States disappeared and was reportedly taken to Edwards Air Force Base for a secret meeting with otherworldly visitors.
President Eisenhower Had 3 Secret Meetings With Aliens As Stated By Former Pentagon Adviser
For years, governments around the world are said to have been covering up the existence of extraterrestrial life. Over the years, thousands of UFO sightings have been considered a global conspiracy.
However, everything could change once the evidence is obtained.
A former Pentagon consultant (among others) claims that President Eisenhower had three mysterious meetings with three different alien species.
The former president of the United States was reportedly taken to Edwards Air Force Base when officially listed as “missing”.
Speaker and author Timothy Good states that the 34th President of the United States of America met three extremely advanced alien species in New Mexico in 1954. The alien meeting took place at a remote airbase, and they communicated using ‘telepathic messaging’.
Former President of the United States of America met three extremely advanced alien species in New Mexico in 1954
According to Timothy Good, many people witnessed the alien meetings.
“Foreigners have made formal and informal contact with thousands of people around the world, from all walks of life,” said Timothy Good. “I can say that in 1954, President Eisenhower had three meetings, arranged meetings with aliens, which took place at certain Air Force bases, including Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico.”
It is well known that President Eisenhower was a firm believer in the existence of foreigners. Their supernatural encounter took place while “officials” heard that the president was on vacation in Palm Springs, California, in February 1954. President Eisenhower allegedly encountered extraterrestrial visitors with a “Nordic” appearance, but signed a deal. aliens.
Another ‘whistleblower’ who commented on Eisenhower and his encounter with Aliens was Philip Schneider.
Philip Schneider was a geologist and structural engineer for the United States Government and was involved in the construction of deep underground military bases in the United States with the Army Corps of Engineers. He was also one of three people who survived the 1979 shootout between the Great Grays and US military and intelligence forces at the Dulce underground base.
At Dulce, Schneider argued, “gray” humanoid aliens worked side by side with American technicians. In 1954, former President Dwight Eisenhower made a pact with three alien species; Schneider told a conference in 1995. In exchange for alien technology, Eisenhower allegedly gave permission for aliens to abduct a limited number of humans to conduct various experiments on Earth and in space.
According to Schneider, the technology the aliens gave us as part of this exchange includes a type of metal that is nearly indestructible. It is said that during the 1995 press conference, Schneider even presented the public with a piece of the mysterious ‘alien metal’.