For many years, there have been speculations that the ex-president of the USA Dwight Eisenhower had secret meetings with extraterrestrials. The claims have been made by multiple high-profile people, backed by the UFO community.
The beginning involved a mysterious “top-secret” envelope
The first known rumors seem to date back to 1984, when a television producer by the name of Jamie Shandera received an envelope that had no return address. Reportedly there was a cover sheet labeled “Top Secret/Majic Eyes Only” and titled “Briefing Document: Operation Majestic 12 Prepared for President-Elect Dwight Eisenhower.” It was dated November 18, 1952.
The Majestic 12 (or MJ-12) is claimed to be the code name of an alleged secret committee of scientists, military leaders, and government officials, formed in 1947 by an executive order by U.S. President Harry S. Truman to facilitate recovery and investigation of alien spacecraft. The FBI declared the documents to be “completely bogus”.
Retired Legislator Claims Eisenhower Knew about the Presence of Extraterrestrials on Earth
One of the high ranking people to include themselves in the clims is former State Representative to New Hampshire Henry W. McElroy, Jr. In 2010 he made a public address in which he says that while he was serving at the State Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs committee, he saw an official brief to Eisenhower which informed him about the continued presence of extraterrestrial beings here in the United States of America.
The brief seemed to indicate that a meeting between the President and some of these visitors could be arranged as appropriate if desired.
The tone of the brief indicated to me that there was no need for concern, since these visitors were in no way, causing any harm, or had any intentions, whatsoever, of causing any disruption then, or in the future.
While I can’t verify the times or places or that any meeting or meetings occurred directly between Eisenhower and these visitors—-because of his optimism in his farewell address in 1961, I personally believe that Eisenhower did, indeed, meet with these extraterrestrial, off-world astronauts.
Former Pentagon consultant talks about three secret meetings between Eisenhower and the aliens
Another academic, Timothy Good went a step further in the explanation of what allegedly happened. He is a British author, researcher, and lecturer that worked as a consultant for the Pentagon and for several U.S. Congressional investigations. Good says that the meeting(s) by the ex-president with the aliens happened in February 1954 while officials were told that he was on vacation in Palm Springs, California. According to the claim, Eisenhower actually went to the Holloman Air Force base in New Mexico, where he met with extraterrestrial beings known as the Greys. It is said that he even received telepathic messages from them.
Conspiracy theorists on the internet say that the meeting was used for signing the so-called Greada Treaty. The main deal was not to interfere with each other’s affairs. But under the treaty, the Greys would share technology with the U.S. and the aliens would be allowed to abduct humans or animals for various experiments.
Eisenhower’s great-granddaughter is also a believer
A firm believer in the alien presence on Earth is Eisenhower’s great-granddaughter Laura. On one occasion, when she was asked about her great grandfather and his supposed meeting with extraterrestrial beings, she said:
We have to understand that the Second World War wasn’t really won, we were dealing with things like project paperclip, we were dealing with, you know Admiral Byrd in 1947 going to Nazi bases in Antarctica and being defeated, so I mean, all these things were going on underneath… It’s like this whole other reality is going on that we don’t hear about. All of a sudden he’s (Dwight Eisenhower) voted into presidency and, you know, this facade of winning the war, um, you know, begins to just take us further and further away from, you know, the extraterrestrial concept, and what that really means and, you know, what is it really about, what is the interaction. So I would say that he was instrumental in warning us about the military-industrial complex, and his integrity and I think the imprint that he left has allowed us to look back and open that door up and, you know and ask these questions that weren’t asked back then. But my intuitive hit is that, and this is what I’ve gained from the work of Corey Goode, and other whistleblowers that have been connected to the secret space programs, is that the Nordics (extraterrestrial race) were connected to the Germans, and it wasn’t this whole, “Oh, you know, he made a deal with the wrong guys,” it was like, there needed to be so much discernment and clarity about the larger picture, that how can you possibly do that, in those times, I mean, this is what we’re trying to sort out now, is these timelines and the deeper history connected to secret societies, connected to, you know, these deeper ET agendas that have been around for thousands of years. So when it presents itself to a world government, or to these power structures, you know, there’s been pieces put into place specifically on purpose in order to create this outer facade which we read in our history books that have nothing to do with the true history of what is actually going on, and so, by the time this other meeting happened they considered it more of a surrender, because they couldn’t really do much, in 1953 is when the UFOs were flown over the white house, and that’s when they made negations with the Nazis, because they didn’t have a choice….
Dwight Eisenhower, also known as “Ike”, was the 34th President of the United States, and was in office from 1953 to 1961. The former five-star general who commanded the Allied Forces in Europe during the Second World War, was known to have had a strong belief in life on other planets. He was also keen on pushing the U.S. space programme.