Monday, March 25, 2013

The Eisenhower Treaty with the Aliens

The Eisenhower Treaty with the Aliens

Warm Greetings, I would appreciate any help you can give with my next
exopolitics research project. It involves the alleged meeting and
treaty involving extraterrestrials from Zeta Reticulum/Rigel and the
Eisenhower administration in 1954. Eisenhower was supposedly taken
from Palm Springs to Edwards Air Force base (aka Muroc) on Febrary
20, 1954. The 'treaty' was pparently witnessed by a delegation of
community leaders as well as leading figures from the Eisenhower
administration and military officials. In particular, some of the
civilians alleged to be present were:

Franklin Allen of the Hearst papers;
Dr Edwin Nourse of Brookings Institute (Truman's financial advisor)
Cardinal James MacIntyre of Los Angeles (first Catholic Cardinal
from the West Coast.
Gerald Light (Southern California Metaphysical teacher).

Any information you may have on these individuals, or anyone else
involved in the meeting will be very helpful. Any information you
have will be treated confidentially. Please email at:
Dr. Salla

or you may leave a voice message at the following number: 202 885

The 50th anniversary of the alleged treaty is an important milestone
in human history whether the government discloses the treaty or not,
and I plan to complete a paper shortly before the 'celebration' on
Feb 20 to focus some attention on this event which a number of
insiders have confirmed to me as accurate.

Below are some extracts on the alleged meeting. The first is a
letter distributed by Gerald Light concerning the meeting.

'My dear friends: I have just returned from Muroc [Edwards Air Force
Base]. The report is true -- devastatingly true! I made the journey
in company with Franklin Allen of the Hearst papers and Edwin Nourse
of Brookings Institute (Truman's erstwhile financial advisor) and
Bishop MacIntyre of L.A. (confidential names for the present,
please). When we were allowed to enter the restricted section (after
about six hours in which we were checked on every possible item,
event, incident and aspect of our personal and public lives), I HAD
AND POLITICAL GROUP. During my two days' visit I saw five separate
and distinct types of aircraft being studied and handled by our Air
Force officials -- with the assistance and permission of the
"'I have no words to express my reactions. It has finally happened.
It is now a matter of history. President Eisenhower, as you may
already know, was spirited over to Muroc one night during his visit
to Palm Springs recently. And it is my conviction that he will
ignore the terrific 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

Here is something from William Cooper:

In 1953 Astronomers discovered large objects in space which were
moving toward the Earth. It was first believed that they were
asteroids. Later evidence proved that the objects could only be
Spaceships. Project Sigma intercepted alien radio communications.
When the objects reached the Earth they took up a very high orbit
around the Equator. There were several huge ships, and their actual
intent was unknown. Project Sigma, and a new project, Plato, through
radio communications using the computer binary language, was able to
arrange a landing that resulted in face to face contact with alien
beings from another planet. Project Plato was tasked with
establishing diplomatic relations with this race of space aliens.
In the meantime a race of human looking aliens contacted the U.S.
Government. This alien group warned us against the aliens that were
orbiting the Equator and offered to help us with our spiritual
development. They demanded that we dismantle and destroy our nuclear
weapons as the major condition. They refused to exchange technology
citing that we were spiritually unable to handle the technology
which we then possessed. They believed that we would use any new
technology to destroy each other. This race stated that we were on a
path of self destruction and we must stop killing each other, stop
polluting the Earth, stop raping the Earth's natural resources, and
learn to live in harmony. These terms were met with extreme
suspicion, especially the major condition of nuclear disarmament. It
was believed that meeting that condition would leave us helpless in
the face of an obvious alien threat. We also had nothing in history
to help with the decision. Nuclear disarmament was not considered to
be within the best interest of the United States. The overtures were

Later in 1954 the race of large nosed Gray Aliens which had been
orbiting the Earth landed at Holloman Air Force Base. A basic
agreement was reached. This race identified themselves as
originating from a Planet around a red star in the Constellation of
Orion which we called Betelgeuse. They stated that their planet was
dying and that at some unknown future time they would no longer be
able to survive there. This led to a second landing at Edwards Air
Force Base. The historical event had been planned in advance and
details of the treaty had been agreed upon. Eisenhower arranged to
be in Palm Springs on vacation. On the appointed day the President
was spirited away to the base and the excuse was given to the press
that he was visiting a dentist.

Many thanks,

Michael Salla, PhD
Source of the Eisenhower report:
EisenHower treaty report

Mar. 7, 2004.

  Last night on the Coast To Coast Radio Show (which used to be
called the Art Bell Show), there was a rerun of a previous program.
There was an interview of a person who had written a book about the
encounter that President Ike had with some extraterrestrials at
Edw-rd Air Force Base.  I talked about this same subject a few years
ago but don't ask me to find the posting because my pitch and throw
in a pile method of storing postings is not too good.  Here is the
basic information that was covered on the recent interview.


Subject:  Eisenhower's 1954 Meeting With Extraterrestrials:
The Fiftieth Anniversary of First Contact?
          Research Study #8
         Revised Febuary 12, 2004, first published January 28, 2004,
  Michael E. Salla, PhD
  On the night and early hours of February 20-21, 1954, while on a
'vacation' to Palm Springs, California, President Dwight Eisenhower
went missing and allegedly was taken to Edwa-ds Air force base for
a se-ret meeting.
  When he showed up the next morning at a church service in Los
Angeles, reporters were told that he had to have emergency dental
treatment the previous evening and had visited a local dentist. The
dentist later appeared at a function that evening and presented as
the 'dentist' who had treated Eisenhower. The missing night and
morning has subsequently fueled rumors that Eisenhower was using
the alleged dentist visit as a cover story for an extraordinary
event. The event is possibly the most significant that any
American President could have conducted: an alleged 'First Contact'
meeting with extraterrestrials at E-wards Air Force base (previously
Muroc Airfield), and the beginning of a series of meetings with
different extraterrestrial ra-es that led to a 'treaty' that was
eventually signed. This astonishing First Contact event, if it
occurred, will experience its 50th anniversary on February 20-21,
  This paper explores the evidence that the First Contact meeting
had occurred with extraterrestrials with a distinctive 'Nordic'
appearance, the likelihood of an agreement having been spurned with
this 'Nordic ra-e', the start of a series of meetings that led to
a treaty eventually being signed with a different extraterrestrial
rac- dubbed the 'Greys', and the motivations of the different
extraterrestrial -aces involved in these treaty discussions. The
paper will further examine why these events were kept sec-et for
so long, the significance of the 50th anniversary of Eisenhower's
meeting with extraterrestrials, and whether an official disclosure
announcement is likely in the near future.
About the Author
  Dr. Michael E. Salla has held academic appointments in the School
of International Service, American University, Washington DC
(1996-2001), and the Department of Political Science, Australian
National University, Canberra, Australia (1994-96). He taught as an
adjunct faculty member at George Washington University, Washington
DC., in 2002. He is currently researching methods of
Transformational Peace as a Researcher in Residence in the Center
for Global Peace (2001-2004) and directing the Center's Peace
Ambassador Program which uses transformational peace techniques for
individual self-empowerment. He has a PhD in Gove-ment from the
University of Queensland, Australia, and an MA in Philosophy from
the University of Melbourne, Australia.
  He is the author of Exopolitics: Political Implications of the
Extraterrestrial Presence (Dandelion Books, 2004); and The Hero's
Journey Toward a Second Ame-ican Century (Greenwood Press, 2002)
and co-editor/author of three other books, and authored more than
seventy articles, chapters, and book reviews on peace, ethnic
conflict and conflict resolution. He has conducted research and
fieldwork in the ethnic conflicts in East Timor, Kosovo, Macedonia,
and Sri Lanka. He has organized a number of international workshops
involving mid to high level participants from these conflicts. He
has an academic website at and is
the founder of the website:

  Circumstantial Evidence Supporting Eisenhower's 'First Contact'
Meeting with Extraterrestrials

There is circumstantial and testimonial evidence supporting
Eisenhower's meeting with extraterrestrials and the start of a
series of meetings that culminated in the signing of a treaty with
a different group of extraterrestrials. The most intriguing are
circumstances surrounding Eisenhower's alleged winter vacation to
Palm Springs, California from February 17-24, 1954. Firstly, the
"vacation for the President" which was announced rather suddenly
and came less than a week after Eisenhower's 'quail shooting'
vacation in Georgia. According to UFO researcher, William Mo-re,
all this was quite unusual and suggested that there was more to
the one week visit to Palm Springs than a simple holiday. [2]

  Second, on the Saturday night of February 20, President Eisenhower
did go missing fueling press speculation that he had taken ill or
even died. In a hastily convened press conference, Eisenhower's
Press Secretary announced that Eisenhower had lost a tooth cap
while eating fried chicken and had to be rushed to a local dentist.
The local dentist was introduced at an official function on Sunday
February 21, as "the dentist who had treated the president".
  [3] M-ore's investigation of the incident concluded that the
dentist's visit was being used as a cover story for Eisenhower's
true whereabouts.
  Consequently, Eisenhower was missing for an entire evening and
could easily have been taken from Palm Springs to the nearby Muroc
Airfield, later renamed Edw-rds Air Force base. The unscheduled
nature of the President's vacation, the missing President and the
dentist cover story provide circumstantial evidence that the true
purpose of his Palm Springs vacation was for him to attend an
event whose importance was such that it could not be disclosed to
the general public. A meeting with extraterrestrials may well have
been the true purpose of his visit.

Gerald Lig-t's Letter That Eisenhower Met With Extraterrestrials

  The first public source alleging a meeting with extraterrestrials
was Gerald Li-ht who in a letter dated April 16, 1954 to Meade
La-ne, the then director of Borderland Sciences Research Associates
(now Foundation), claimed he was part of a delegation of community
leaders to an alleged meeting with extraterrestrials at Edwa-ds Air
Force Base. In a subsequent article, Meade La-ne described Li-ht
as a "gifted and highly educated writer and lecturer", who was
skilled both in clairvoyance and the occult. [4] Lig-t was a
well-known metaphysical community leader in the Southern California
area. The alleged purpose of him and others on the delegation was
to test public reaction to the presence of extraterrestrials. L-ght
described the circumstances of the meeting as follows:
  'My dear friends: I have just returned from Muroc [Edw-rds Air
Force Base]. The report is true -- devastatingly true! I made the
journey in company with Franklin Al-en of the He-rst papers and
Edwin No-rse of Bro-kings Institute (Tru-an's erstwhile financial
advisor) and Bishop Ma-Intyre of L.A. (confidential names for the
present, please). When we were allowed to enter the restricted
section (after about six hours in which we were checked on every
possible item, event, incident and aspect of our personal and
public lives), I had the distinct feeling that the world had come
to an end with fantastic realism. For I have never seen so many
human beings in a state of complete collapse and confusion, as
they realized that their own world had indeed ended with such
finality as to beggar description. The reality of the 'other plane'
aeroforms is now and forever removed from the realms of speculation
and made a rather painful part of the consciousness of every
responsible scientific and political group. During my two days'
visit I saw five separate and distinct types of aircraft being
studied and handled by our Air Fo-ce officials -- with the
assistance and permission of the Etherians! I have no words to
express my reactions. It has finally happened. It is now a matter
of history. President Eisenhower, as you may already know, was
spirited over to Muroc one night during his visit to Palm Springs
recently. And it is my conviction that he will ignore the terrific
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. [5]

  Of course no such formal announcement was made, and Lig-t's
supposed meeting has either been the best-kept se-ret of the
twentieth century or the fabrication of an elderly mystic known
for out of body experiences. The events Li-ht describes in his
meeting in terms of the panic and confusion of many of those
present, the emotional impact of the alleged landing, and the
tremendous difference of opinion on what to do in terms of telling
the public and responding to the extraterrestrial visitors, are
plausible descriptions of what may have occurred. Indeed, the
psychological and emotional impact Li-ht describes for senior
national se-urity leaders at the meeting is consistent with what
could be expected for such a 'life changing event'. A further way
of determining L-ght's claim is to investigate the figures he
named along with himself as part of the community delegation, and
whether they could have been plausible candidates for such a

This part talks about some of the people who claim they saw Ike
talking to ETs.  Incidentally, I have a great respect for Ike and
all he has done for this country.


  Dr Edwin No-rse (1883-1974) was the first chairman of the Council
of Eco-omic Advisors to the President (1944-1953) and was President
Tr-man's chief economic advisor. [6] Nou-se officially retired to
private life in 1953 and would certainly have been a good choice of
someone who could give confidential economic advise to the
Eisenhower administration. If Dr Nours- was present at such a
meeting, he did so in order to provide his expertise on the possible
economic impact of First Contact with extraterrestrials. Another of
the individuals mentioned by L-ght was Bishop Mac-ntyre.

  Cardinal James Francis MacI-tyre was the bishop and head of the
Cat-olic Ch-rch in Los Angeles (1948-1970) and would have been an
important gauge for the possible reaction from re-igious leaders
generally, and in particular from the most influential and powerful
rel-gious institution on the planet - the Roman Catho-ic Ch-rch. In
particular, Cardinal MacI-tyre would have been a good choice as a
representative for the Vat-can since he was appointed the first
Cardinal of the Western Un-ted States by Pope Pius XII in 1952. 
All Cardinal MacInty-e's correspondence is closed to researchers
thus making it impossible to confirm what impact the visit to Muroc
had on him and what he communicated to other c-urch leaders and the
Vat-can. [7] Cardinal MacIntyr- had sufficient rank and authority
to represent the Cat-olic Ch-rch and the re-igious community in a
delegation of community leaders.

The fourth member of the delegation of community leaders was
Franklin Winthrop A-len, a former reporter with the Hea-st
Newspapers Group. Al-en was 80 years old at the time, author of a
book instructing reporters on how to deal with Congressional
Committee Hearings, and would have been a good choice for a member
of the press who could maintain confidentiality.

  The four represented senior leaders of the re-igious, spi-itual,
economic and newspaper communities and were well advanced in age
and status.
  They would certainly have been plausible choices for a community
delegation that could provide confidential advise on a possible
public response to a First Contact event involving extraterrestrial
rac-s. Such a selection would have constituted a 'wise men' group
that would have been entirely in character for the conservative
nature of American society in 1954. While Li-ht may well contrived
such a list in a fabricated account or 'out of body' experience as
Moo-e implies in his analysis, there is nothing in L-ght's
selection that eliminates the possibility that they were plausible
members of such a delegation. [9] At face value then, the selection
of such a 'wise men' group gives some credence to Lig-t's claim.

  It may be concluded then that following items all make up
circumstantial evidence that a meeting with extraterrestrials
occurred. The first is Eisenhower's missing night. The second is the
weak 'cover story' used for Eisenhower's absence. The third is
L-ght's description of actual events at the meeting in terms of the
psychological and emotional impact of the described meeting which is
consistent with what could be anticipated. The final is Lig-t's
description of the composition of community leaders or 'wise men' at
the meeting. These four items collectively provide circumstantial
evidence that a meeting with extraterrestrials occurred and that
Eisenhower was present.

  Testimonies Supporting Eisenhower's Meeting With Extraterrestrials

  There are a number of other sources alleging an extraterrestrial
meeting at Edwa-ds Air force base that corresponded to a formal
First Contact event. These sources are based on testimonies of
'whistleblowers' that witnessed documents or learned from their
'insider contacts' of such a meeting.
  These testimonies describe what appears to be two separate sets of
meetings involving different extraterrestrial groups who met either
with President Eisenhower and/or with Eisenhower administration
officials over a short period of time. The first of these meetings,
the actual 'First Contact' event, did not lead to an agreement and
the extraterrestrials were effectively spurned. The second of these
meetings did lead to an agreement, and this has been apparently
become the basis of subsequent s-cret interactions with
extraterrestrial r-ces involved in the 'treaty' that was signed.
There is some discrepancy in the sequence of meetings and where
they were held, but all agree that a 'First Contact' meeting
involving President Eisenhower did occur, and that one of these
meetings occurred with his February 1954 visit to Ed-ards Air
force base.
  The first version of Eisenhower's meeting is described by one of
the most 'controversial' whistleblowers to ever have come forward
into the public arena to describe an extraterrestrial presence.
William Co-per served on the Naval Inte-ligence briefing team for
the Comm-nder of the Pacific Fleet between 1970-73, and had access
to classified documents that he had to review in order to fulfill
his briefing duties. He describes the background and nature of the
'First contact' with extraterrestrials as follows:
  In 1953 Astronomers discovered large objects in space which were
moving toward the Earth. It was first believed that they were
asteroids. Later evidence proved that the objects could only be

       Project Sig-a intercepted alien radio communications.

  When the objects reached the Earth they took up a very high orbit
around the Equator. There were several huge ships, and their actual
intent was unknown. Project Sigm-, and a new project, Pla-o, through
radio communications using the computer binary language, was able to
arrange a landing that resulted in face to face contact with alien
beings from another planet. Project P-ato was tasked with
establishing diplomatic relations with this ra-e of space aliens.
In the meantime a race of human looking aliens contacted the U.S.
Gov-rnment. This alien group warned us against the aliens that were
orbiting the Equator and offered to help us with our spi-itual
development. They demanded that we dismantle and destroy our nu-lear
weapons as the major condition. They refused to exchange technology
citing that we were spi-itually unable to handle the technology
which we then possessed. They believed that we would use any new
technology to destroy each other. This r-ce stated that we were on
a path of self destruction and we must stop ki-ling each other,
stop polluting the Earth, stop ra-ing the Earth's natural
resources, and learn to live in harmony. These terms were met with
extreme suspicion, especially the major condition of nucl-ar
disarmament. It was believed that meeting that condition would leave
us helpless in the face of an obvious alien threat. We also had
nothing in history to help with the decision. Nu-lear disarmament
was not considered to be within the best interest of the Uni-ed
States. The overtures were rejected. [10]
  The significant point about Coop-r's version is that the humanoid
extraterrestrial rac- was not willing to enter into technology
exchanges that might help weapons development, and instead was
focused on sp-ritual development. Significantly, the overtures of
these extraterrestrials were turned down.
  Confirmation that the First Contact meeting involved
extraterrestrials who were effectively spurned for taking what
might be considered a principled stand on technology assistance and
nuc-ear weapons comes from the son of a former Navy Comm-nder who
claimed that his father had been present at the First Contact event
on February 20-21, 1954. According to Charles L. Su-gs, a retired
Sgt from the US Marine Corps, his father Charles L. Sug-s,
(1909-1987) was a former Com-ander with the US Navy who attended
the meeting at E-wards Air force base with Eisenhower. [11] Sgt
S-ggs recounted his father's experiences from the meeting in a
1991 interview with a prominent UFO researcher:
  Charlie's father, Navy Co-mander Charles S-ggs accompanied Pres.
Ike along with others on Feb. 20th.  They met and spoke with 2
wh-te-haired Nordics that had pale blue eyes and colorless lips.
The spokesman stood a number of feet away from Ike and would not
let him approach any closer.  A second nordic stood on the
extended ramp of a bi-convex saucer that stood on tripod landing
gear on the landing strip.  According to Charlie, there were B-58
Hustlers on the field even though the first one did not fly
officially till 1956.  These visitors said they came from another
solar system.  They posed detailed questions about our nu-lear
testing. [12]
Another 'whistleblower' who confirms that First Contact involved
an extraterrestrial r-ce being spurned for their principled stand
on technology transfer is the son of the famous creator of the Lear
Jet, William L-ar. John Le-r is a former Lockheed L-1011 Captain
who flew over 150 test aircraft and held 18 world speed records,
and during the late 1960's, 1970's and early 1980's was a contract
pilot for the C-A. Lea- developed a close relationship with CI-
Director (DC-) William Co-by who was in charge of covert operations
in Vietnam before becoming D-I. According to L-ar there had indeed
been a warning from another ra-e prior to an agreement being
eventually signed, and he claimed they visited Muroc/Ed-ard and
the following occurred:
  In 1954, President Eisenhower met with a representative of another
alien species at Muroc Test Center, which is now called E-wards
Airforce Base. This alien suggested that they could help us get
rid of the Greys but Eisenhower turned down their offer because
they offered no technology. [13] <![endif]>

This part talks about a treaty we made with the greys.


  Co-per's and Le-ar's idea of more than one extraterrestrial r-ce
interacting with the Eisenhower administration is supported by other
whistleblowers such as former Master Sergeant Robert D-an who like
Coo-er, had access to top secret documents while working in the
intelligence division for the Supreme Com-ander of a major US
mi-itary command. In De-n's 27 year distinguished mil-tary career,
he served at the Supreme Headq-arters Allied Powers Europe where
he witnessed these documents while serving under the Supreme
Allied Co-mander of Europe. Dea- claimed:
  The group at the time, there were just four that they knew of for
certain and the Greys were one of those groups. There was a group
that looked exactly like we do. There was a human group that looked
so much like us that that really drove the admirals and the
generals crazy because they determined that these people, and they
had seen them repeatedly, they had had contact with them, there
had been abductions, there had been contacts. Two other groups,
there was a very large group, I say large, they were 6-8 maybe
sometimes 9 feet tall and they were humanoid, but they were very
pale, very wh-te, didn't have any hair on their bodies at all.
And then there was another group that had sort of a reptilian
quality to them. We had encountered them, mili-ary people and
police officers all over the world have run into these guys. They
had vertical pupils in their eyes and their skin seemed to have a
quality very much like what you find on the stomach of a lizard.
So those were the four they knew of in 1964. [14]  
There is some discrepancy in the testimonials as to which Air
fo-ce base the spurned extraterrestrials met with President
Eisenhower and/or Eisenhower administration officials. Coop-r
claims this occurred at Homestead Air force base in Florida, and
not Edwards. [15] On the other hand Lear and Su-gs suggest it
occurred at Edwards. In his letter, Gerald L-ght pointed to
intense disagreement amongst Eisenhower officials in responding
to the extraterrestrials at the Edwards AFB meeting. Such intense
disagreement may predictably have occurred if national sec-rity
officials were responding to an extraterrestrial request to abandon
the pursuit of weapons technologies. Given the intensity of the Cold
War, the national s-curity officials present may well have decided
it was more prudent to seek better terms before agreeing to the
extraterrestrials request. Ligh-'s testimony implies that the
meeting at Edwards did not result in an agreement, but instead
resulted in intense disagreement between Eishenhower officials.
Consequently, I will conclude that the Lear and Sug-s version is
more accurate, and that the 'First Contact' meeting occurred at
Edwards Air force base in February 20-21, 1954.
        The Subsequent 1954 Agreement with Extraterrestrials
  According to the testimonies examined so far, the February 20-21,
1954 meeting was not successful, and the extraterrestrials were
spurned due to their refusal to enter into technology exchanges
and insistence on nu-lear disarmament by the US and presumably
other major world powers. C-oper describes the circumstances of a
subsequent agreement that was reached after the failure of the first
meeting.  While Co-per has a different version of dates and times
for the 1954 meetings, he agrees that there were two sets of
meetings involving different extraterrestrials meeting with
President Eisenhower and/or Eisenhower administration officials.
Later in 1954 the r-ce of large nosed Gray Aliens which had been
orbiting the Earth landed at Holloman Air Force Base. A basic
agreement was reached. This ra-e identified themselves as
originating from a Planet around a red star in the Constellation
of Orion which we called Betelgeuse. They stated that their planet
was dying and that at some unknown future time they would no longer
be able to survive there. [17]  
         The meeting at Holloman Air force base in New Mexico has
reportedly been the site of subsequent extraterrestrial meetings
with the same extraterrestrials who it will be shown signed the
1954 treaty. In 1972-73, for example, the producers Robert
Emen-gger and Allan San-ler, had allegedly been offered and
witnessed actual Air for-e film footage of a meeting involving Grey
extraterrestrials that occurred at Holloman Air force base in
1971. [18] Coo-er explained the terms of the 1954 treaty reached
with the Grey extraterrestrials as follows:

  The treaty stated that the aliens would not interfere in our
affairs and we would not interfere in theirs. We would keep their
presence on earth a se-ret. They would furnish us with advanced
technology and would help us in our technological development.
They would not make any treaty with any other Earth nation. They
could abduct humans on a limited and periodic basis for the purpose
of medical examination and monitoring of our development, with
the stipulation that the humans would not be harmed, would be
returned to their point of abduction, would have no memory of the
event, and that the alien nation would furnish Majesty Tw-lve with
a list of all human contacts and abductees on a regularly scheduled
basis. [19]
Another whistleblower source for a treaty having been
signed is Phil Sch-eider, a former geological engineer that was
employed by corporations contracted to build underground bases
worked extensively on bl-ck projects involving extraterrestrials.
He revealed his own knowledge of the treaty in the following:
      Back in 1954, under the Eisenhower administration, the federal
gov-rnment decided to ci-cumvent the Cons-itution of the Uni-ed
States and form a treaty with alien entities. It was called the
1954 Greada Treaty, which basically made the agreement that the
aliens involved could take a few cows and test their implanting
techniques on a few human beings, but that they had to give details
about the people involved. [20]
    Sc-neider's knowledge of the treaty would have come from his
familiarity with a range of compartmentalized bl-ck projects and
interaction with other personnel working with extraterrestrials.
Yet another whistleblower source for an agreement being signed is
Dr Michael W-lf, who claims to have served on various policy-making
committees responsible for extraterrestrial affairs for twenty
five years. [21] He claims that the Eisenhower administration
entered into the treaty with an extraterrestrial rac- and that
this treaty was never ratified as constitutionally required.

Significantly, a number of whistleblowers argue that the treaty
that was signed involved some compulsion on the part of the
  Don Ph-llips is a former Air f-rce serviceman and employee on
clandestine aviation projects who testified having seen documents
describing the meeting between President Eisenhower and
extraterrestrials, and the background to a subsequent agreement:
   We have records from 1954 that were meetings between our own
leaders of this country and ET's here in California. And, as I
understand it from the written documentation, we were asked if we
would allow them to be here and do research. I have read that our
reply was well, how can we stop you? You are so advanced. And I
will say by this camera and this sound, that it was President
Eisenhower that had this meeting. [23]
  Col Phillip Co-so, a highly decorated officer that served in
Eisenhower's National Sec-rity Council alluded to a treaty signed
by the Eisenhower administration with extraterrestrials in his
memoirs. He wrote: "We had negotiated a kind of surrender with
them [extraterrestrials] as long as we couldn't fight them. They
dictated the terms because they knew what we most feared was
disclosure." [24]   C-rso's claim of a 'negotiated surrender'
suggests that some sort of agreement or 'treaty' was reached
which he was not happy with.
       What Do We Know of the Grey Extraterrestrials that signed the
  According to Coo-er, the Grey extraterrestrials signing the treaty
were not trustworthy:
         By 1955 it became obvious that the aliens had deceived
Eisenhower and had broken the treaty.. It was suspected that the
aliens were not submitting a complete list of human contacts and
abductees to the Majesty Tw-lve and it was suspected that not all
abductees had been returned. [25]
     Similarly, Le-r argued that the Grey extraterrestrials quickly
broke the treaty and could not be trusted: a deal was struck that
in exchange for advanced technology from the aliens we would allow
them to abduct a very small number of persons and we would
periodically be given a list of those persons abducted. We got
something less than the technology we bargained for and found the
abductions exceeded by a million fold than what we had naively
agreed to. [26]
  Other whistleblowers also suggested that the extraterrestrials
who signed the Treaty with Eisenhower couldn't be trusted.
Schn-ider claimed that despite the treaty's provisions on the
number of humans who would be 'abducted' for experiments, "the
aliens altered the bargain until they decided they wouldn't abide
by it at all." [27]
  As mentioned earlier, Col Phillip Co-so similarly believed that
the extraterrestrials that the Eisenhower administration entered
into agreements with couldn't be trusted. Cors- believed these
forced a 'negotiated surrender' suggesting an extraterrestrial
agenda that was suspect. While General Douglas Mac-rthur didn't
directly mention any gover-ment treaty with extraterrestrials,
he gave a famous warning in October 1955 suggesting that some
extraterrestrial presence existed that threatened human
You now face a new world, a world of change. We speak in
strange terms, of harnessing the cosmic energy, of ultimate
conflict between a united human r-ce and the sinister forces of
some other planetary galaxy." "The nations of the world will have
to unite, for the next -ar will be an interplanetary w-r. The
nations of the earth must someday make a common front against
attack by people from other planets. [28]

This part tells how they penalize people who tell the truth about


  Macarthur may well have been alluding to the same extraterrestrials
that Co-so, Co-per and Le-r believed had entered into an agreement
with the Eisenhower administration.
  Significantly, reports of contacts with extraterrestrials began to
change once the alleged treaty began to be implemented. The friendly
'space brothers' reports involving conta-tees of the 1950s changed
as reports of abductions began to emerge after the first recorded
case in 1961 involving Barney and Betty Hill: 
        Another apparent pattern that has occurred in Ufology is the
dominance of the space brothers in the 1950's who were kind,
interacted with people who became known as c-ntactees, and took
people for rides in their space crafts.  This pattern changed
dramatically with the abduction of Betty and Barney Hill in the
early 1960's. The space brother human types of the 1950's seemed to
fade away, and they were replaced in the UFO literature with another
type of alien.  In the early sixties the first abduction of the
Hills began a new pattern where the aliens were grey "e-il" aliens
who would abduct people against their will, and perform medical
procedures on them. There were, as far as this author is aware no
confirmed cases of "classic" abductions in the 1950's. Unlike the
"good" space brothers of the 1950's these grey aliens were described
by all, who were unfortunate enough to have met with them, as being
distant and without emotions. [29] 
According to Wo-f, the extraterrestrials were Greys from the
fourth planet of the star system Zeta Reticulum, while Co-per claims
they were tall Greys from Betelgeuse, Orion. Wo-f's and Coop-r's
differing versions likely reflect a close relationship between Greys
from Rigel and Betelguese, and that more than one species of
extraterrestrials may have been covered in the treaty.
  W-lf has described the Greys as having positive motivations in
regard to their presence on Earth, but have been inhibited and
targeted by rogue elements in the US mi-itary. [30] Similarly,
Robert D-an believes that the extraterrestrials visiting Earth
are friendly. [31] This contrasts with the testimonies of Co-per,
Le-r, Schn-ider, Cor-o and arguably even Macarthur over the true
motivations of the Greys. It is worth repeating Gerald L-ght's claim
of a "terrific conflict between the various 'authorities'" on
whether to inform the general public or not. It is likely that these
differing perspectives on the motivations of the Greys reflected an
uncertainty that has continued to intensely divide policy makers up
to the present on how to best respond to the extraterrestrial
presence and what to tell the general public. [32]
           Maintaining Secrecy and Witness Credibility
  The uncertainty over the motivations and behavior of the Grey
extraterrestrials appears to have played a large role in the
go-ernment decision not to disclose the extraterrestrial presence
and the treaty Eisenhower signed with them. The following passage
from an 'alleged official document' leaked to UFO researchers
describes the official secrecy policy adopted in April 1954, two
months after Eisenhower had 'First Contact' with extraterrestrials
who were spurned by the Eisenhower administration:
Any encounter with entities known to be of extraterrestrial
origin is to be considered to be a matter of national se-urity and
therefore classified TOP SE-RET. Under no circumstances is the
general public or the public press to learn of the existence of
these entities. The official go-ernment policy is that such
creatures do not exist, and that no agency of the federal governme-t
is now engaged in any study of extraterrestrials or their artifacts.
Any deviation from this stated policy is absolutely forbidden.
         Penalties for disclosing classified information concerning
extraterrestrials are quite severe. In December 1953, the Joint
Chiefs of St-ff issued Army-Navy-Air Force publication 146 that made
the unauthorized release of information concerning UFOs a crime
under the Espionage Act, punishable by up to 10 years in prison
and a $10,000 fine. [34] According to Robert Dea-, this draconian
penalty is what prevents most former mili-ary servicemen from coming
forward to disclose information. [35]
  The strategies for dealing with those former servicemen, corporate
employees or witnesses brave or 'foolish' enough to come forward to
reveal classified information is to intimidate, silence, eliminate
or discredit these individuals. This policy involves such strategies
as removing all public records of former mi-itary service men or
corporate employees, forcing individuals to make retractions,
deliberately distorting statements of individuals, or discrediting
individuals. Bob Lazar, for example, claimed to be a former
physicist employed with reverse engineering extraterrestrial craft.
He described the disappearance of all his university and public
records indicating how mili-ary-intelligence agencies actively
discredit whistleblowers. [36]  
In the cases of the witnesses cited so far, C-oper, Sc-neider,
Le-r, Wol-, all have been subjected to some or all of these
strategies thereby making it difficult to reach firm conclusions
about their testimonies. Since the creation of controversy,
uncertainty, and confusion is the modus operandi of
mi-itary-inte-ligence agencies in maintaining secrecy of the
extraterrestrial presence, then the testimonies of former
officials/employees/witnesses need to be considered on their merits.
While issues of credibility, credentials, disinformation are
important in the study of the extraterrestrial presence, a rigorous
methodology for dealing with the efforts of mi-itary-intell-gence
agencies to discredit, intimidate or create controversy around
particular witnesses, has yet to be developed. For example,
numerous efforts to discredit Coo-er in particular by referring to
inconsistencies in his statements, retractions, egregious behavior
and stated positions, may be due in part or in whole to the policy
of mil-tary-in-elligence officials to discredit and/or intimidate
Co-per from leaking classified information that he may very well
have witnessed in his official capacities.  Since Co-per's
mili-ary record does indicate he did serve Fleet, it is most
likely that much of his testimony is credible. Whatever
inaccuracies exist in terms of his recollections of the timing of
meetings between the Eisenhower administration and
extraterrestrials may either have been due to memory lapses or
perhaps deliberately introduced as a self-protective mechanism.
It has been pointed out by some 'whistleblowers' that making
retractions or sowing inaccuracies in testimonies is sometimes
essential in disseminating information without being physically
harmed. [37]
The controversial Coop-r had been subjected to undoubtedly the
longest and most intense m-litary-int-lligence efforts to discredit
or intimidate any whistleblower revealing cla-sified information.
       The non-disclosure policy developed for the extraterrestrial
presence is most likely due to a profound policy dilemma on the
part of responsible national sec-rity officials.  This dilemma comes
from uncertainty over what the true benefits of the purported 1954
treaty were, and what the consequences of the treaty would be. While
the signing of the treaty provided US national se-urity agencies an
opportunity to study extraterrestrial technologies, and to observe
the extraterrestrial biological program with abducted civilians, it
appeared the treaty was not as beneficial as was first thought due
to excessive abductions of US civilians.
   The subsequent behavior of the Greys in their interactions with US
national security agencies was the most likely reason for deferring
a decision to release news of the treaty and the extraterrestrial
presence to the global public. According to Lights' testimony,
Eisenhower had indicated to those present on February 20-21, 1954,
that an announcement would be made soon after the First Contact
event. Since this didn't occur, and a treaty was eventually signed
with a different group of extraterrestrials, the Greys, this
suggested that the national secur-ty agencies were deeply divided
over the wisdom of disclosing this information, and alarmed by the
possible public reaction to the Grey activities.
  At his farewell speech in 1961, President Eisenhower was possibly
alluding to the growing power of national se-urity agencies that
dealt with the extraterrestrial presence and were gaining great
power as a result of the dilemma over what to do with the
extraterrestrial presence:
In the councils of go-ernment, we must guard against the
acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought,
by the mili-ary industrial complex. The potential for the
disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must
never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or
democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an
alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of
the huge industrial and mil-tary machinery of defense with our
peaceful methods and goals, so that se-urity and liberty may
prosper together.
  If the President was dissatisfied with the non-disclosure of the
extraterrestrial presence, then his speech was indicating that the
responsible national secu-ity agencies were both dominating public
policy and taking a 'hard-line approach' that was inconsistent
with American democratic ideals.

Part 4.

John Winston.

Subject:  Ike Talked To ETs.  Part 5.                  Mar. 15, 2004.

  These last parts discuss how an effort was going to be made
to explain the truth of all of this.


In the subsequent decades, it appears that on a number
of occasions, official disclosure was seriously contemplated. For
example, Robert Eme-egger and Allan San-ler claimed they were
approached by the Pe-tagon in 1972 to produce an officially
sanctioned video that would be used for official public disclosure
of the extraterrestrial presence. When the offer was later withdrawn,
the reason given was that the time was no longer suitable due to the
Watergate Scandal. While it is undoubtedly true that political
factors would impact on making a formal disclosure announcement, it
is more likely the case that non-disclosure was caused by lack of
clarity over what the true motivations of the extraterrestrials
were, and the impact an announcement would have on extraterrestrial
activities. Making any announcement of the extraterrestrial presence
would naturally have lead to questions concerning the
extraterrestrials' motivations and activities. If officials couldn't
agree on appropriate answers, they most likely decided that it was
better to defer disclosure rather than threaten national sec-rity by
making inaccurate announcements.
        The precise nature of the extraterrestrial abductions and the
critical programs implemented by the Greys has been extensively
researched and discussed by a number of UFO researchers. Their
conclusions vary widely suggesting that the deep disagreement among
private UFO researchers over the motivations and activities of the
Greys, very likely mirrors that of official gov-rnment sources. [38]
As long as such uncertainty continues, it appears that disclosure
may continue to be deferred until key global events no longer makes
the non-disclosure policy viable.
An examination of the evidence presented in this paper in terms of
whistleblower or witness testimonies raises tremendous problems in
terms of coming to a conclusive opinion over: first, the truth of
the alleged 'First Contact' meeting between Eisenhower and
extraterrestrials; second, claims of more than one set of
extraterrestrials meeting with the Eisenhower administration; and
third, the various policy issues that arise from the meetings and
subsequent treaty that was allegedly signed. Most perplexing is
how to view the testimonies of whistleblowers who appear sincere,
positively motivated and have plausible stories, yet are plagued by
controversy, allegations of fraud, inconsistency and other
irregularities. Due to the official se-recy policy adopted towards
the extraterrestrial presence, it may be concluded that some if
not most of the controversy surrounding these individuals has been
caused by mil-tary-intelligence agencies intent on discrediting
whistleblower or witness testimonies.
  While there continues to be uncertainty caused by the controversy
surrounding whistleblower testimonies and the role of
mili-ary-intelligence agencies in generating this controversy, the
bulk of evidence points to a 'First Contact' meeting having occurred
during Eisenhower's Palm Spring vacation on February 20-21, 1954.
The testimonies suggest that the extraterrestrials in the First
Contact event, a race of tall 'Nordic' extraterrestrials were
spurned due to their reluctance to provide advanced technology in an
agreement. A subsequent meeting and treaty was then signed with a
different set of extraterrestrials, commonly called Greys, who did
not have the same reluctance in exchanging extraterrestrial
technology as part of an agreement. 
Most of the available evidence that has found its way into the
public arena suggests that the extraterrestrial r-ce with whom the
treaty was signed, the Greys, are at best an enigma and at worst
simply untrustworthy in their treatment of abducted civilians. The
subsequent shift in witness reports from friendly extraterrestrial
'contacts' to disturbing 'abductions', suggest that the Eisenhower
administration had signed a treaty with extraterrestrials whose
motivations and activities are an enigma as far as the general
public interest is concerned. The activities of the Grey
extraterrestrials apparently continues to raise uncertainty for US
national sec-rity agencies in terms of an appropriate strategic
response. [39]   On the contrary, the friendly Nordic 'space
brothers' faded from the scene since the Eisenhower administration
saw appropriate strategic them as not sufficiently motivated to
serve the technological and strategic goals of US national sec-rity
  The question of when disclosure of the treaty signed by Eisenhower
and of the extraterrestrial presence might occur is one that has
long been anticipated. A recent economic event might be a signal
that some form of disclosure is possible in the near future.
According to Craig Co-etas, Bloo-berg News correspondent in Paris,
the World Economic Forum at Davos Switzerland from January 21-25,
2004, discussed extraterrestrials at one or more closed sessions.
In a story published on January 21, C-petas claimed that "forum
officials maintain their five-day program on Partnering for Sec-rity
and Prosperity requires an unambiguous examination of
extraterrestrial presence on Earth." [40] The D-vos Forum is a
gauge for trends in the global economy and discusses various topics
that have a long term effect on business. The inclusion of
conspiracy theories of an extraterrestrial presence and technologies
on the formal agenda has significance well beyond the hypothetical
nature of the discussion. Various national gov-rnments may well be
tacitly letting the word out to their 'friends in the business
community', that they had better start exploring how a future
disclosure of an extraterrestrial presence and technologies will
influence the business world. Given the discussion at Da-os on
January 21, 2004, of a possible extraterrestrial presence, and the
forthcoming 50th anniversary of Eisenhower's treaty on February
20-21, it might be speculated that a disclosure announcement may
soon be made.
     As we approach the 50th anniversary of a First Contact meeting
between the US and an extraterrestrial rac-, we must do so with
wonder at the awesome nature of this occasion. At the same time,
we must do whatever necessary to make public the full details of
the meeting, and the apparent spurning of what appears to be a
principled extraterrestrial -ace that rejected technology transfers
while dangerous weapons programs were in place in the US and
elsewhere on the planet.  The subsequent signing of a treaty at a
later date with an extraterrestrial r-ce willing to trade technology
in exchange for 'limited medical experiments' with civilians will
surely go down in history as a deeply significant event whose
effects continues to reverberate through human society. Finally, we
must be alert to the mounting evidence that while a treaty was
signed after the 1954 'First Contact' event, it may well have been
with the 'wrong extraterrestrials', and that this might adversely
impact on humanity if not dealt with in an open, transparent and
truthful manner. We live on the verge of a bold new future with
many uncertainties over the secrecy surrounding the extraterrestrial
presence, what best prepares us as this information enters into the
public arena are our faith, democratic values, and dedication to
  [1] I sincerely thank H.M for his generous support of my research
and providing the intellectually stimulating environment for many of
the ideas in the paper to be developed. Grateful thanks also to
George Ar-old and two other librarians at American University's Main
Library who provided research assistance. I am also grateful to
William Ha-ilton for permission to cite his personal notes of a 1991
interview with Sgt Charles L. Su-gs. Finally thanks to Clay and
Shawn Pic-ering for arranging interviews with individuals who had
personal knowledge of meetings between the Eisenhower administration
and extraterrestrials.

Part 5.

John Winston.


[2] William M-ore, "UFO's: Exploring the ET Phenomenon," Gazette
(Hollywood, CA., March 29, 1989). Available online at:
  [3] William Mo-re, "UFO's: Exploring the ET Phenomenon,"
  [4]  John Sp-ncer, "Li-ht, Ge-ald," The UFO Encyclopedia:
Inexplicable Sightings, Alien Abductions, Close Encounters,
Brilliant Hoaxes
(Avon Books, 1991) 188.
  [5] "A Covenant With De-th by Bill Coo-er,"
(Avon Books, 1991) 188.
Also in William Coop-r, Behold a Pale Horse
(Light Technology Publishing 1991), 203.
  [6] For biographical details on "Edwin G. No-rse, Ph.D.
(1883-1974)"  go to:
  [7] For closure of Cardinal McIn-yre's records, see regulations
governing access to the Los Angeles Ca-holic Archives
  [8] Franklin Winthrop A-len was author of Instructions for
Reporters for Hearings Before the Interstate Commerce Committee
(Dispatch Press, 1918).
  [9] See William Mo-re, "UFO's: Exploring the ET Phenomenon,"
  [10] Coope-, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of MJ-12,"
  [11] Personal notes from Bill H-milton from a 1991 interview with
Sgt S-ggs.
  [12] Personal notes from William Ham-lton from a 1991 interview
with Sgt Sug-s. See also William Hami-ton, Cosmic Top Secret
(Inner Light, 1992).
[13] "John L-ar Disclosure Briefing," Coast to Coast Radio
(November, 2003)
  [14] 21st Century Radio's Hieronimus & Co. "Transcript of
Interview with Bob D-an, March 24, 1996," . See
also Larry Lo-e, "Perspective on Robert O. Dea-: Let's Listen to
the Man," (CNI News,
  [15] Milton William C-oper, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of
MJ-12," . See
also Co-per, Behold A Pale Horse, 202.
  [16]   Milton William Coo-er, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of
  [17] Milton William Coo-er, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of
  [18]   "1972 Film Disclosure Offer,"
  [19] Milton William Coop-r, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of
also in Coope-, Behold a Pale Horse, 203-04.
  [20] Phil Sc-neider, "MUFON Conference Presentation, 1995,"
available online at:
  [21] See Chris St-ner, 'The Revelations of Dr Michael W-lf on
the UFO Cover Up and ET Reality," (October 2000)
  [22] See Richard Bo-lan, "Official Within MJ-12 UFO-Sec-ecy
Management Group Reveals Insider Sec-ets,"
  [23]   "Testimony of Don Ph-llips," Disclosure, ed., Stephen
Gr-er (Crossing Point, 2001) 379
  [24]   Phillip C-rso, The Day After Roswell (Pocket Books, 1997)
  [25] Milton William C-oper, "Origin, Identity, and Purpose of
also in Co-per, Behold a Pale Horse, 209.
  [26] "John L-ar Disclosure Briefing," Coast to Coast Radio
(November, 2003)
  [27] Phil Schn-ider, MUFON Conference Presentation, 1995,
available online at:
  [28] "UFO Quotes by Astronauts and Cosmonauts,"
  [29] "'Good' versus 'Bad Alien',
  [30] See Chris S-oner, 'The Revelations of Dr Michael W-lf on the
UFO Cover Up and ET Reality," (October 2000)
  [31] 21st Century Radio's Hieronimus & Co. "Transcript of
Interview with Bob De-n, March 24, 1996,"
  [32] For description of Wo-f's association with the Greys, see
Chris S-oner, 'The Revelations of Dr Michael Wol- on the UFO Cover
Up and ET Reality," (October 2000)
  [33] Majestic 12 Group, "Special Operations Manual, SOM1-01 -
Extraterrestrial Entities and Technology, Recovery and Disposal,"
April 1954  
Part 2
  [34] 21st Century Radio's Hieronimus & Co. "Transcript of
Interview with Bob Dean, March 24, 1996,"
  [35] See 21st Century Radio's Hieronimus & Co. "Transcript of
Interview with Bob De-n, March 24, 1996,"
  [36] "Bob La-ar on the Billy Goodman Happening" December 20, 1989
  [37] Author interviews with anonymous whistleblowers.
  [38] See Michael S-lla, "Disinformation, Extraterrestrial
Subversion & Psychological Reductionism - A Reply to Dr Richard
Bo-lan," January 7, 2004.
  [39] For discussion of US strategy in dealing with
extraterrestrials, see Michael Sal-a, The Failure of Power Politics
as a Strategic Response to the Extraterrestrial Presence -
Developing Human Capacity as a Viable Global Def-nse Strategy, (January 1, 2004).
  [40] A. CRAIG CO-ETAS, "Extraterrestrial edge helps the balance
  Bloomberg News (01/21/04). Available online at:

Part 6 of 6.

John Winston.

Greetings All, as many of you might be aware, I did an interview on
Wednesday night on George Noory's Coast2Coast that went very well.
I'm getting lots of positive feedback since the interview. It seems
that news of the secret Eisenhower meeting has really energized
people even though it happened 50 years ago and others have spoken
about it before. Many emails give more details of the Eisenhower ET
meeting so there clearly is a lot of information out there on what
actually happened.

Something I mentioned at the very end of the interview with George
Noory was a petition that I was publically launching with my
appearance on the show. I've included the petitition description
below with the link where you can go and sign so I hope you support

The petition will help keep attention focused on what this 50th
anniversary of the ET Eisenhower meeting means, and a strategy for
putting pressure on politicians to start responding to the secret
extraterrestrial presence. As the famous French poet, Victor Hugo
once said, "one thing more powerful than armies is an idea whose
time has come". I think that the truth of the Eisenhower-ET meeting
is one of those ideas whose time has come so the more we bring this
to the attention of others, the more likely politicians will take
some interest and perhaps surprise us!

Many thanks to those of you that supported me with your
encouragement and best wishes before the show.

In peace,

Michael E. Salla, PhD

Petition for U.S. Senate Inquiry into President Eisenhower's Meeting
With Extraterrestrials on February 20-21, 1954

On February 20, 1954, President Dwight Eisenhower made an
unscheduled departure from the Palm Springs resort where he was
holidaying and returned on the morning of February 21. The
President's press spokesperson claimed that President Eisenhower's
absence was caused by the need for emergency dental treatment. On
the other hand, there have been a number of allegations and
supporting testimonies that the true reason for his absence was to
secretly meet with a delegation of extraterrestrial ambassadors at
Edwards Air Force Base. These allegations also suggest that the
meeting was the first in a series that resulted in an agreement with
that or other extraterrestrial races.

There are significant deficiencies in the official explanation of
President Eisenhower's visit to the dentist, suggesting that he was
elsewhere performing activities that were classified and continue to
remain so despite their having occurred over 50 years ago. The
serious political implications of the claims that President
Eisenhower had a meeting with extraterrestrial ambassadors at
Edwards AFB, and that this initiated a process that resulted in an
agreement with this or other extraterrestrial races warrants an
investigation of what truly occurred on the night and morning in

An investigation of the claim that President Eisenhower was treated
by a dentist on the night in question has been independently
investigated and concluded to be cover story (see A February 19, 2004,
article in the Washington Post presented the alternative claim that
the real reason was that President Eisenhower was meeting with
extraterrestrial ambassadors (see
dyn/articles/A53203-2004Feb18.html or
For a detailed evaluation of the evidence that President Eisenhower
met a delegation of extraterrestrial ambassadors at Edwards Air
Force base, see

This petition calls for an open inquiry by the U.S. Senate Foreign
Relations Committee into President Eisenhower's alleged meeting with
extraterrestrial ambassadors on the night and morning of February 20
and 21, 1954, respectively. The petition calls for full
Congressional immunity from all legal and financial penalties for
those revealing information, classified or otherwise, on President
Eisenhower's activities on the dates in question. The Senate Foreign
Relations Committee is also called upon to provide resources for the
physical protection of any individuals who are willing to testify in
such an open inquiry.

We the undersigned do hereby give our full support for a U.S. Senate
Foreign Relations Committee Inquiry into President Eisenhower's
alleged meeting with extraterrestrial ambassadors on February 20-21,

To sign the petition go to:

To learn more about the petition go to:

Source: Phenomena Magazine - Venice, California

Monday, December 12, 2005

From Orgone Energy To Roswell

Wilhelm Reich: Eisenhower's Secret Ally Against the Aliens

By: Kenn Thomas
Conspiracy Author and Investigator

In one version of the story, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was
flown to Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio on
February 20, 1954 to see the debris and dead bodies from the
infamous UFO crash of 1947 at Roswell, New Mexico. Some versions
weave a far more elaborate tale and maintain that Ike met with
human-looking aliens and began intergalactic peace talks with
both them and several other extraterrestrial races. Ike
reportedly struggled to deal with those alien presences in the
remaining years of his presidency and retired in frustration in
1961, giving a gravely foreboding warning that the military
industrial complex he helped create would spin wildly out of
control. Or so the story goes among UFO enthusiasts and

Although the Eisenhower tale remains a well-known one within the
history of the UFO puzzle, like many similar tales no concrete
proof has, to date, been forthcoming. Unlike many similar
legends, however, there is a historical trail of data that does
provide, at least, some provocative and intriguing corroboration
for the stories concerning Ike and aliens. Strangely enough,
archival documentation and secondary historical sources come
together in remarkable ways regarding President Eisenhower's
connection to the UFO subject. Stranger still, those crossroads
occur primarily in the biography and career of one of Sigmund
Freud's most renowned protégés, Wilhelm Reich, who spent his
final years in America chasing UFOs, ostensibly with
Eisenhower's blessing, and leaving behind an unusual and
illuminating paper trail.

Reich's story begins in Vienna in the 1920s. Recognized as a
maverick in Freud's inner circle, Reich was eventually dismissed
by Freud. And as a member of the Communist Party, Reich's ideas
were deemed too psychoanalytic, and he was summarily dismissed
from the party as well. With the ascendancy of the Nazis in
Germany, however, Reich fled first to Norway and then to
America, moving away from both psychoanalysis and Marxism into
equally controversial areas.

It was during this period that Reich discovered what he termed
"Orgone," (or OR) a "universal cosmic and biological energy"
that Reich believed was ever-present throughout both the Cosmos
and living bodies. Reich claimed to have constructed a device
that he called an Orgone Accumulator, and that allegedly both
collected and accumulated Orgone from the atmosphere. Reich
further claimed that exposure to Orgone, particularly through
sitting in the Accumulator, promoted both health and vitality,
and was an effective treatment for cancer. Reich also asserted
that he had detected another energy, that he called "Deadly
Orgone Radiation," or DOR, and which produced negative health
effects. In the Eisenhower America of the 1950s, Reich reputedly
used Orgone energy to combat hostile UFOs that were seen soaring
across the skies of the United States. The historical record
suggests, too, that Reich met with Eisenhower at around the time
that the president supposedly had his secret liaison with the

Dwight Eisenhower's contact with aliens occurred in February
1954, according to the legend. However, the president's cover
story-that he was on vacation in Palm Springs, Florida-was
belied by the fact that he had just returned from a vacation in
Georgia. And it is indeed a reality that the media of the day
reported the alarming news of a total disappearance by Ike on
the night of February 20 during the Palm Springs stay. The
official explanation offered after the fact was that the
president had lost a tooth cap during a meal and was forced to
make a late-night visit to a local dentist. Evidence of this
does not appear in the existing, extensive medical record on
Dwight Eisenhower from his time as president, however.
Interestingly, the widow of the dentist had only vague memories
of the event, which by any measure should surely have made a
detailed and lasting impression on her.

Was Ike really flown to Wright Patterson Air Force Base on that
fateful night to view the recovered saucer and alien bodies from
the crash at Roswell, as the persistent rumors suggest? Enter
Wilhelm Reich. In the course of his UFO adventures in 1955,
Reich traveled through Roswell, New Mexico. He was on his way to
Tucson, Arizona with his "Orgone equipment," to study its
capacity to alleviate desert conditions. Reich went on to record
these experiences in his book, Contact With Space, now an
extremely hard-to-find underground classic. Although his
immediate destination was Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico, there seems
little doubt that Reich had aliens firmly impressed upon his
mind as he passed through the town of Roswell.

Reich wrote: "Although it was very hot as we neared Roswell, New
Mexico, no OR flow was visible on the road, which should have
been shimmering with 'heat-waves'. Instead, DOR was well marked
to the west against purplish, black, barren mountains, in the
sky as a blinding grayness, and over the horizon as a grayish
layer. The caking of formerly good soil was progressively
characteristic and eventually caked soil prevailed over the
vegetation, which now consisted only of scattered low brushes,
while grass disappeared."

The Roswell episode in Contact With Space concludes: "After the
desert valley it was a relief to spend a night in Ruidoso, New
Mexico, in the Sierra Blanca Mountains (near 7000 feet). Here a
strong, reactive secondary vegetation had sprung up, again more
marked on the western slope."

Skeptics of the Roswell story often claim that interest in the
event dropped off immediately after its initial media flash,
only to be revived in the late 1980s by unreliable UFO
researchers seeking to profit from a myth of their own creation.
Reich's visit to Roswell, with its clear references to aliens,
contradicts that assumption. So does remarkably strong archival
documentation from several disparate sources that show an
interlocking connection between Reich and Dwight Eisenhower.

First in this line of documentation is the so-called "Cutler-
Twining memo." The National Archives in Maryland still contains
this onion-skinned carbon of a memo calling for the postponement
of a meeting of a special studies section of a group known as
MJ-12. UFO researchers recognize MJ-12 as a super-secret group
of scientists, intelligence personnel and military men that was
created by President Harry Truman in direct response to the
events at Roswell in July 1947. Skeptics claim that all of the
documents reflecting this possibility have been faked.
Nevertheless, the National Archives retains this one letter,
unwilling or unable to establish with any degree of certainty
that it is not authentic. Its date: July 14, 1954, five months
from Eisenhower's supposed meeting with the aliens.

The author of the C-T memo, Robert Cutler, served in the CIA
under Eisenhower in its division of psychological operations and
had virtually written Ike's famous "Atoms for Peace" speech,
which took as its title a phrase used by Reich long before to
describe his Orgone work.

The second curious document in this research line was recovered
only recently by an investigator named Jim Martin, whose
comprehensive examination of Wilhelm Reich's life in the 1950s
can be found within the pages of Wilhelm Reich and the Cold War.
Referred to as the Moise-Douglas memo, it was discovered by
Martin in the archives of Lew Douglas, a member of Eisenhower's
"kitchen cabinet," who was assigned to a presidential committee
on weather control. In Contact With Space, Reich claimed that he
had corresponded with Douglas; and Martin's discovery of this
memo strongly suggests Reich was speaking truthfully. From
Douglas himself, it describes the latest of several failed
attempts by Reich's assistant, William Moise, to make contact
with this high ranking official in the Eisenhower
administration. Although the memo itself is not dated, a
handwritten note at its bottom indicates a great change of heart
by Douglas, who ultimately did telegraph Moise on July 27, 1954.

Douglas' about-face with regard to Reich, coming at any point in
July 1954, indicates that he had been briefed at the MJ-12
meeting described in the Cutler-Twining memo. The object of the
"Special Studies Project," at least in part, would be Reich's
counterattack on UFOs. In the end, Douglas wound up bankrolling
in part some of Reich's environmental work in Tucson.

Then there is Reich's own meeting with Eisenhower. One witness
claimed that during a hunting- and fishing-trip to Rangeley,
Maine (where Reich's Orgonon lab was located) Eisenhower met
face to face with the inventor of the anti-UFO technology. The
Eisenhower Library even records a visit to Rangeley by the
president during that UFO laden period of the mid-1950s, from
June to July 1955. In the end, however, the memory of the
witness to the meeting became as vague as that of the dentist's
widow from Ike's alien visit of the year before.

The historic trail vaporizes after that, to re-emerge obliquely
only once. According to the biography of his second wife, the
screen comedian Jackie Gleason caught a glimpse of alien bodies
in 1973 at the behest of then president Richard Nixon. Nixon, of
course, had been Eisenhower's vice president. He took his friend
Gleason to a secret facility in Florida, where Ike had
disappeared for one night for his visitation with aliens all
those years before.

Does any of this data amount to proof that such creatures exist
and that Eisenhower met with them? Such questions always contain
relative judgments, and, of course, in the end no absolute proof
can be offered for anything. However, more historic evidence
exists for this bizarre proposition, for instance, than for
Lyndon Johnson's claim of an attack on US ships in the Gulf of
Tonkin or George Bush's claims for the existence of Weapons of
Mass Destruction in Iraq.

Reich was eventually prosecuted for his Orgone devices. They had
been unfairly characterized as quack cancer cure machines, and a
technical violation of an FDA injunction led to Reich's
imprisonment. Federal authorities duly destroyed much of his
scientific equipment and his books were burned. Many believe
that the prosecution resulted from big-money medical and
pharmaceutical interests threatened by Reich's work. He died in
prison in 1957.

Some of the language contained in Eisenhower's retirement
speech, the one that coined the phrase "military-industrial
complex", conjures up an image of Wilhelm Reich, Ike's possible
secret ally in the war against extraterrestrials: "Today,"
Eisenhower noted, "the solitary inventor, tinkering in his shop,
has been overshadowed by task forces of scientists in
laboratories and testing fields.a government contract becomes
virtually a substitute for intellectual curiosity. The prospect
of domination of the nation's scholars by Federal employment,
project allocations, and the power of money is ever present ."

Although the record suggests that Reich received both interest
and support from the Eisenhower administration in his desert
battles against UFOs, he never required it. Although Reich
believed in nuts and bolts space ships piloted by extra-
terrestrials, he regarded contact with them as character logical
events, not simply sightings of craft. But he needed no stamp of
approval from any government authority to make this claim.

"There is no proof," wrote Reich in Contact With Space. "There
are no authorities whatever. No president, Academy, Court of
Law, Congress or Senate on this earth has the knowledge or power
to decide what will be the knowledge of tomorrow. There is no
use in trying to prove something that is unknown to somebody who
is ignorant of the unknown, or fearful of its threatening power.
Only the good old rules of learning will eventually bring about
understanding of what has invaded our earthly existence."

Reprinted from Phenomena Issue Four. Copyright 2004 Phenomena
Entertainment Group LLC.

Kenn Thomas has authored over a dozen books on various
conspiracy topics. Thomas also publishes Steamshovel Press, a
magazine that regularly examines conspiracies. It's motto: "All
conspiracy. No theory." Steamshovel can be reached at POB
210553, St. Louis, MO 63121. A sample issue costs $7 and a four-
issue subscription costs $25 (all checks payable to "Kenn
On the web, Steamshovel can be found here

The Wilhelm Reich Museum:

The Wilhelm Reich Museum at Orgonon was both Reich's home and
his place of work. Located in the Rangeley Lakes Region of Maine
and comprising no less than 175 acres of fields and woodland, it
represents the life and work of this renowned researcher and the
environment in which he investigated the energy functions that
he believed govern all living matter. The museum is owned and
operated by The Wilhelm Reich Infant Trust that was established
by Reich in his will. The Orgone Energy Observatory, designed
for Reich in 1948, has been entered in the National Register of
Historic Places and visitors to the museum are introduced to
Reich's life and work by a video presentation. Biographical
materials, inventions, and equipment used in his pioneering
experiments are exhibited, and Reich's library, personal
memorabilia, sculpture, and paintings are also on view for the
visitor. There is a discovery room and play area for children
and the observatory deck on the roof provides a spectacular
vista of the surrounding countryside. Reich's tomb, with a
dramatic bronze portrait bust, stands in a forest clearing
nearby. The Conference Center hosts an annual summer conference
on various aspects of Reich's work and its relation to current
social and scientific issues. This building, formerly a
students' laboratory, is also used for the museum's Natural
Science Program, which stimulates awareness of the natural
environment and provides educational opportunities for its study
and appreciation. Museum offices are housed in the conference
center and fund-raising events take place there. For further
details, contact: The Wilhelm Reich Museum, Orgonon, Dodge Pond
Road, P.O. Box 687, Rangeley, ME 04970. Telephone/Fax: (207)
864-5156; Telephone: (207) 864-3443;
Email the Muesuem Also,
see the Museum's website:

Wilhelm Reich and the FBI

Under the terms of the United States Freedom of Information Act,
the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has declassified an
extensive surveillance file on the activities and life of
Wilhelm Reich. In 1947, according to the FBI, a security
investigation concluded that the staff of Reich's Orgone Project
was not involved in activities that could be termed subversive
and was not in violation of any statue that fell within the
jurisdiction of the FBI. In 1954, FBI records reveal, the United
States Attorney General filed a complaint seeking permanent
injunction to prevent interstate shipment of devices and
literature put out by Reich's group. That same year, Reich was
arrested for contempt of court for violation of the Attorney
General's injunction. Those wanting to learn more about the
FBI's files on Wilhelm Reich - that reveals a wealth of data on
the man, his research and the Government's response to his
research and work - 
can do so at the FBI's website:

[Thanks to Stuart Miller of  for the lead]

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