Wednesday, September 28, 2016


In 1939, while on official business in Washington, Lieutenant Colonel Dwight Eisenhower was exposed to alien life–four gray alien beings in glass tubes of formaldehyde–in the sub-basement of the U.S. Capital building. He accepted an extremely sensitive mission ordered by both Secretary of State Cordell Hull and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. His mission: broker an iron-clad treaty between the human race and the Cel’jul, which we inadvertently fractured by concealing that we had in our possession two prominent members of the galactic royal family–which just happened to be this species’ Queen and King, the very occupants of the craft downed in 1917.

We were teetering on the edge of an all-out war with the Cel’jul, which came to a head at 11:40 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, 1952, as the royal brigades began their strategic maneuvering around Washington with an even heavier presence around our U.S. Capital building where we held the beings. Fresh off the heels of World War II and having recently thrown his hat into the ring for the presidency in January 1952; the covert relationship General Eisenhower had formed with this race of beings since 1939 led him to broker the deal that prevented an all-out assault by the Galactic Royal Alliance upon our world to which we (the entire human race), as was the case in 1942’s Battle of Los Angeles, was ill-equipped to fend off. This assault was, to begin with, the annihilation of Washington before their global strike. During negotiations, the royal brigades kept up their show of force until the talks concluded on July 27, 1952—the last time that amount of force was ever displayed by the Grays.

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