Eisenhower’s 1954 Meeting With Extraterrestrials: The Fiftieth Anniversary of First Contact?
Revised February 12, 2004, first published January 28, 2004
Michael E. Salla, PhD
… 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 race 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 race 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 truth.
Political Spin and Extraterrestrial Disclosure
Former Legislator Makes Statement on Un-Released Eisenhower Brief
Hon. Henry W. McElroy, Jr.
I would like to submit to our nation my personal testimony of one document related to one of these ongoing topics which I saw while in office, serving on the State Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee.
The document I saw was an official brief to President Eisenhower. To the best of my memory this brief was pervaded with a sense of hope, and it informed President Eisenhower of 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.
RE-ABS: Not MILABS
How the Covert-Ops’ Reverse Engineering of Extraterrestrial Abductees Shifts the Abduction Paradigm
By Melinda Leslie
Why a Name Change?
Again, I started to notice a great amount of confusion about the term “MILAB” and the scenarios it has come to represent, much of it appearing divergent from my research. The confusion seems to stem from both misidentification problems and incorrect assumptions.
Over time I’ve come to learn of possible reasons and sources for this. I’ll attempt to shed some light on why this may be.
You may be familiar with one or more of the following three assumptions regarding MILABS and their meaning:
#1 is the idea that all abductions are actually perpetrated by the military and that there aren’t any actual ET experiences.
#2 is that all ET abductions are mind control experiments.
And #3, is that all MILABS are false, perpetrated by ET screen memories or hybrids in uniforms and don’t involve any actual human personnel.
I find it interesting these three ideas are from such opposite ends of the spectrum; from there not being any ET abductions, to abductions being only the ETs with no military involvement. Never mind that each of these extremes excludes large amounts of information easily and abundantly found in the research of actual MILAB cases.
I’ll address each of these three assumptions and where they most likely originated.
Exopolitics versus Exospin: A Response to Dr Steven Greer
By Michael E. Salla, PhD.
Denver’s ‘Initiative 300′ on the ballot: The ‘Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission’
by Cherlyn Gardner Strong on Sep. 03, 2010
On November 2nd, voters in Denver will decide whether to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission. Peckman obtained more than enough valid signatures for this initiative to place it on the November ballot.
The Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission would consist of a seven person panel that would have many responsibilities, including:
- Dealing with credible citizen reports of UFOs
- Responsibly listening to, or documenting reports of, encounters or abductions regardless of the highly unusual and credible evidence
- Referring such reports to private professional individuals and organizations that have dealt with such matters responsibly
- Dealing with citizens that know of no place to turn for help on potentially traumatic experiences.
Peckman kicked off his voter education campaign this week. In an interview with Denver Daily News, Peckman said that he intends to “educate the voters with as many good facts as I can get in from of them when they’re paying attention.”
Additionally, he stresses that the commission will not cost taxpayers anything.