Thursday, 16 February 2012

Eisenhower Met Aliens.

Speaking of the Daily Mail, yesterday on my way to Brighton I bought a copy.There was an amazing piece on children in schools and this little snippet.

Dwight Eisenhower had three close encounters with aliens, a former US government consultant has claimed.

British lecturer Timothy Good said the secret meetings between the US president and the extra - terrestrials happened at a New Mexico airbase in 1954.

Speaking on Frank Skinners BBC 2 show Opinionated, Mr. Good said FBI officials organized the showdowns by sending out 'telepathic messages'.

The former consultant to both the US Congress and the Pentagon claimed the initial meeting involved aliens who were 'Nordic' in appearance, but an agreement was eventually 'signed' with a race called 'Alien Greys'

Mr Eisenhower - president from 1953 to 1961 - was known to have a strong belief in life on other planets.

I speak not only from experience but from my study of Freud and Bugs Bunny which makes me an expert as any Earth psychiatrist.

Space vanished! What a relief!
In its place, all about us, appeared a theater as though we were just spectators along with a couple hundred others. The people seemed live.
Directly before us was the stage. It was a woods scene, totally artificial. There were trees like cardboard cutout trees and a path. There were footlights.

Music started up. An actor in an animal suit, a lepertige, came out of the wings. He had spats on and a hat and was carrying a cane. He pretended he was peeking into the woods. Then, in a little dance, still looking about him into the woods, he began to sing and as he sang the trees all began to wave in rhythm to the music.
Down on a path in the forest today, I saw a sight that took my breath away, The charms I beheld, that were on such display, Made my poor empty paws just itch to stray.
Oh, Lepertige Lady, Come out and play, Come out and play, Come out and play!
Oh, Lepertige Lady, Come out and play!
We'll dance our whole lives away!
Oh, Lepertige Lady, Do not depart, Do not depart, Do not depart.
Oh, Lepertige Lady, Do not depart! For you've stolen my heart today!
And then, amongst the trees, an enormous pair of phosphorescent eyes showed, blinked twice and a coquettish voice said, like an animal purr, "Why not?" The stage curtains snapped shut. The audience roared with applause.

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