Hillary Clinton desire for UFO & extraterrestrial diplomacy

February 7, 9:50 AM
by Michael Salla, Ph.D., Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner

When 12 years old, Hillary Clinton wrote a letter to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration on how to apply to be an astronaut. She received a reply from NASA that women were not admitted into the astronaut corps. In the 1990s, during her White House years, Hillary participated in a clandestine effort by the Clinton administration to find out the truth about UFOs and extraterrestrial life. Clinton administration efforts to be officially briefed were unsuccessful. FOIA documents requested by Grant Cameron, a Canadian UFO researcher, show the Clintons instead received an informal briefing by billionaire philanthropist Laurence Rockefeller. After her unsuccessful presidential bid and offer by President-Elect Obama to be Secretary of State, former President Bill Clinton revealed that becoming the nation’s chief diplomat was Hillary’s life long dream. All these background facts suggest Hillary Clinton desires to conduct diplomatic relations with extraterrestrial life.

Hillary Clinton is likely to continue her clandestine efforts to be officially briefed about extraterrestrial life. As the nation’s top diplomat, she has excellent prospects in gaining access to classified X-files within the State Department concerning UFOs and extraterrestrial life. If she succeeds, she will be surprised to learn that diplomatic relations with extraterrestrial life have already occurred during the Eisenhower administration.

In 1954,compelling evidence exists that President Dwight Eisenhower conducted face-to-face nuclear diplomacy with extraterrestrials concerned about U.S. nuclear testing. On February 20, nine days before the detonation of the largest ever Hydrogen bomb test on March 1, Eisenhower was secretly taken to Edwards Air Force base for a highly classified meeting with representatives from another planet. The meeting was so classified that the entire base was shut down for a three day period and a cover story was developed to account for Eisenhower’s absence. Hearing reports of something strange happening at Edwards AFB, a reporter from the Los Angeles Times both tried to fly and drive to the base. Both times he was rebuffed by Edwards AFB security that told him the base was closed. Base closures are very rare for the U.S. Air Force, and an unprecedented event in the history of Edwards AFB (formerly Muroc Army Air Field).

Many witnesses have come forward to reveal aspects of Eisenhower meeting with ambassadors from another world on February 20, 1954. If nuclear diplomacy was indeed the topic of the discussions, the detonation of the Bravo Hydrogen bomb on March 1 signified the failure of the talks. The detonation of the Hydrogen bomb and the talk’s failure must have come as a great disappointment to President Eisenhower. Less three months earlier, on December 8, 1953, he gave his famous Atoms for Peace speech at the United Nations General Assembly. He proposed that the UN take control of the world’s nuclear stockpile and use it for peaceful purposes. At the upcoming International UFO Congress, in Laughlin Nevada (February 22-28), I will show how Eisenhower’s Atoms for Peace Speech was very likely influenced by his knowledge of extraterrestrial concern over radiation from nuclear weapons testing.

In just under two weeks, the 55th anniversary of the alleged Eisenhower meeting with extraterrestrials will occur. A conclusive answer to whether the meeting occurred or not will be found in the State Department’s X-Files. Hillary is likely to be surprised at what she finds. While Hillary never became an astronaut, she may soon succeed with her secret desire for UFO and extraterrestrial diplomacy.

Source: Honolulu Exopolitics Examiner

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