In the 1950s, according to whistleblowers, the US government decided that there was nothing wrong with letting gray aliens abduct humans if the price was right for them.
After finding several crashed UFOs and using this advanced technology, the Government considered it very profitable to establish channels of communication with the extraterrestrial entities. After all, getting more extraterrestrial technology would give the US technological superiority in the military aspect over the other nations of the world.
One of the first projects to deal with this situation was the SIGMA project, a joint operation founded in 1952 by the NSA consortium. Various ufologists refer to this initiative using various denominations, including the TAU IX Treaty on Preservation of Mankind (as Dr. Dan Burisch calls it), the Gready Treaty or the Edwards Agreement, the name of the Force base Aerial where the mysterious meeting would have taken place. Its main objective was to pave the way for meaningful and productive communications between humans and aliens.
Using technology that we would now call rudimentary, Sigma scientists were able to pinpoint the relative location of a suspicious group of asteroids that moved in an orderly fashion. The telecommunications equipment using technology recovered from fallen UFOs they sent a transmission to a general direction. The scientists soon received a reply and were able to schedule a meeting.
However, the message was also intercepted by another extraterrestrial presence that kept a close watch on our planet. A Nordic species known as “The Blues” made contact with humans and advised them not to enter into agreements with the force that had moved from the outskirts of the solar system in an equatorial orbit around the Earth.
We were warned about other exotic species and the fact that they only serve themselves.
The species known as “The Blues” refused to offer us some of its technology. Instead, “The Blues” offered to support us in our spiritual development but asked for something in return: that humanity must collectively dismantle its nuclear arsenal. Well, as they said, we are a young species and we were not able to exercise such power, and even less able to act responsibly with alien military technology. “The Blues,” said that we would only use such technology to bring destruction to ourselves. They warned against possible self-destruction of humanity and condemned the fact that we were killing each other, polluting the planet, and wasting the planet’s natural resources.
The Committee met their demands with extreme suspicion and concluded that nuclear disarmament was not the best interest of the United States and would leave the world defenseless against an alien threat. Of course, some powerful officials dismissed that offer.
On April 25, 1954, key figures of the United States Government and emissaries of the species later to be known as the “Tall Grays”, met for the first time at the Edwards Air Force Base (AFB) in the south Of California. According to other sources, the meeting was actually held two months earlier at Holloman Air Force Base, six miles southwest of Alamogordo, New Mexico.
The exchange of information was made telepathically between representatives of both worlds. It is not clear what the real motivation of the aliens was, but the reason they invoked was genetic in nature.
The Grays revealed to their human counterparts that their DNA was undergoing extreme degradation. As a species, they were dying and had the desperate need to find a solution to overcome that situation. They called for complete and unrestricted access to the human genome in order to develop a stable method for human-gray hybridization and thereby ensure its continued existence.
These are some of the conditions that they imposed:
- The United States would not disclose to the rest of the world any information about the presence of grays on Earth.
- Extraterrestrial operations should not be hampered and interference would not be tolerated.
- The United States would supervise the construction of several underground bases. The bases would be operated by human and gray personnel. Initially, the old underground bases of the Atomic Energy Commission became the workstations. When the operation began to grow in size, newer and larger facilities were built. It is not clear how many of them were built, but reports suggest that 26 entered operation only in the southwest.
- The United States would allow foreigners to kidnap a limited number of human beings who were to be returned unharmed and with their clean memory, that is without remembering what happened.
- The aliens would decide who would be abducted, but it would need to be approved by the National Security Council.
- The extraterrestrials would give the United States advanced weaponry and a variety of technology, gravitational and electromagnetic propulsion systems and extraterrestrial mind control technology through implants.
Conspiracy theorists claim that the deal was attested and signed by President Dwight Eisenhower. His claims are supported by the fact that, while on vacation near Palm Springs CA, the President inexplicably disappeared on the night of February 21 and 22, 1954. It is speculated that he was secretly transferred to Edwards Air Force Base for an encounter with the gray aliens. His subsequent statement was that he had to undergo emergency dental treatment and had visited a local dentist.
Over the years, many have claimed to have been present during the negotiations, and multiple confessions have since emerged. Among them was that of Gerald Light, who was at that time the leader of a famous metaphysical community. After presumably attending the event, Light wrote:
“My dear friends, I have just returned from Vulcan [Edwards Air Force Base]. The report is true, devastatingly true! During my visit two days I saw five different types of aircraft being studied and handled by Air Force officials, with the assistance and permission of the Etherians! I have no words to express my reactions. It has finally happened. Now it’s a matter of history. “
Unfortunately for the US, it was not long before the favorable conditions became history and the Grays began to break the treaty. The number of kidnappings quickly exceeded the “agreed quota,” and the experiments they performed ended badly for involuntary human participants.
In the early 1960s, the US government realized that they had been cheated and tried to nullify the offer and expel the Grays from our planet. What they did not know was that the tall Gray aliens had been around for quite some time and were not interested in going anywhere else. What do you think?