The question of are we alone in the universe has a variety of answers depending on who’s asking and who’s answering the query. For UFO and paranormal believers, the answer is a resounding yes, but some people take it further than that. They believe that not only are there aliens out there, but that they frequently visit Earth and even have a treaty with the U.S. government.
These aliens are called The Greys, and this, according to conspiracy theorists, is the story of how they forged a treaty…
Most stories put the year of the treaty in 1954. According to legend, a delegation of grey aliens arrived at Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California with the sole purpose of contacting President Dwight D. Eisenhower to hammer out an agreement.
According to some, the deal was called the Tau IX Treaty for the Preservation of Humanity.
Essentially, they say the treaty gave The Greys full reign over the skies of the continental U.S. where they were free to abduct whoever they wished and run experiments on them. A clause in the treaty stipulated that they would return these humans with no memory of their abduction. In exchange, the government would receive access to alien technology.
The proof offered by believers is that on the nights of February 20 to 21, 1954, President Eisenhower, who had been vacationing in Palm Springs, disappeared unexpectedly.
The official story given to the press was that the President needed an emergency dental procedure. When in “reality,” he was actually being secretly escorted to Edwards Air Force Base for the meeting with The Greys.
However the meeting, according to some, didn’t go as planned. One of the stipulations of the treaty was the abandonment of nuclear weapons and a request that we humans, “stop killing each other.”
Needless to say, these requirements were not deemed to be in the best interest of the United States government at the time. It’s still unclear if a partial agreement of any sort was reached between Eisenhower and The Greys.
Dozens of supposedly credible witnesses have come forward who claim they were either at the meeting or know people who were.
The continued alien abduction phenomenon might also point to the truth of the treaty. Still though, no hard evidence exists that such a meeting ever took place or that the treaty was even crafted.
While this would be a fantastic made-for-TV movie, something doesn’t feel right. I think the concept of a secret 50-year-old treaty between the U.S. government and aliens is much more science fiction than fact.
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