Former U.S. President Secretly Had Meetings with Extra-Terrestrials
An ex-consultant of U.S. government claimed that the nation’s 34th president, Dwight D. Eisenhower, had three secret meetings with aliens in 1954 at a remote air base in New Mexico.
It is said that Eisenhower was getting help with FBI consultants to organise the meeting between him and aliens through sending out telepathic messages.
Conspiracy theorists recently spread out rumours about the meeting. But the claims from author Timothy Good were being picked-up first by a prominent academic.
Mr. Good, who was also a former U.S. Congress and Pentagon consultant, revealed that aliens have been in regular contact with governments around the world for many years. He added that aliens have been in contact with different kinds of people throughout the world both informal and formal.
Eisenhower, who was the highest ranking government official in the U.S. from 1953 to 1961, was known as a believer of alien or extra-terrestrial life. He was also a five-star general in the U.S. Army leading the Allied Forces in Europe in the World War II prior of becoming the nation’s president. He was keen on pushing the U.S. space programme while he was still in the military service.
The meeting was originally set for Nordic aliens but was changed to a race known as Alien Greys.
Mr. Good said that while almost all UFO reports can be explained by natural phenomena, there are millions of people throughout the world who have actually seen the real aliens.
Winston Churchill may have ordered to keep UFO sighting a secret, according to classified documents released by the Ministry of Defence in 2010. It is rumoured that Churchill discussed with Eisenhower on how to deal with UFO sightings.
New Research: GMO Food Far Worse Than We Think
Disturbing new research published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology indicates that genetically modified (GM) crops with "stacked traits" -- that is, with multiple traits such as glyphosate-herbicide resistance and Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) insecticidal toxins engineered together into the same plant, are likely far more dangerous to human health than previously believed, due to their synergistic toxicity.
Resistance to glyphosate, the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup, has been engineered into many GM plants, so that fields can be sprayed indiscriminately with herbicide without destroying the crops. While the GM glyphosate-resistant plants survive, they subsequently contain residues of glyphosate and its various metabolites (e.g. aminomethylphosphonic acid) that present a significant health threat to the public.
In this latest study the glyphosate-containing herbicide Roundup was tested on human embryonic kidney cells at concentrations between 1 to 20,000 parts per million (ppm). It was found that concentrations as low as 50 ppm per million, which the authors noted were "far below agricultural dilutions," induced cell death, with the 50% of the cells dying at 57.5 ppm.
The researchers also found that the insecticidal toxin produced by GM plants known as Cry1Ab was capable of causing cell death at 100 ppm concentrations.
Taken together the authors concluded:
In these results, we argue that modified Bt toxins are not inert on nontarget human cells, and that they can present combined side-effects with other residues of pesticides specific to GM plants.These disturbing findings follow on the heels of recent revelations that Roundup is several orders of magnitude more toxic than previously believed. Only 5 days ago (Feb. 14) the journal Archives of Toxicology reported that Roundup is toxic to human DNA even when diluted to concentrations 450-fold lower than used in agricultural applications.
This effect is likely due to the presence of the surfactant polyoxyethyleneamine within the Roundup formulation which may dramatically enhance the absorption of glyphosate into exposed human cells and tissue.
For additional research on two dozen adverse health effects reported in the biomedical literature on Roundup, go here. Also, for research on the ubiquitous nature of glyphosate exposure, read our article on the subject here.