The exact date is unclear but most sources specify that the agreement happened in 1954, on February 20th. At that time, a committee of Grey aliens would have landed at Edwards Air Force Base, with the sole intention of meeting and discussing with Dwight Eisenhower, the US President at that time.
The deal has since been called the Edwards Agreement or, as Dr. Dan Burisch called it, the Tau IX Treaty for the Preservation of Humanity.
An agreement was reached following the discussions, one that would prove very lucrative for those involved. Unfortunately, the consequences would be disastrous for the rest of the world. The deal specified that the US Government would allow people to be abducted on a regular basis and the Greys solemnly promised they would return them safely and only after wiping their memory.
But, as any abductee could confirm, this is not the case. More often than not, those who were snatched by aliens would recall the incident, in all its horrifying details.
In exchange for providing human guinea pigs, the Government would get their hands on advanced alien technology. Another ‘clause in the contract’ was the exchange of ambassadors from both sides. It is unclear how many participated in this exchange program, but the most famous are Crill, the reptilian from the Draco constellation and J-Rod, the Grey from Zeta Reticulum.
The Edwards Agreement was the apex of a chain of events that began in 1947, when the wreckage of an alien spacecraft was recovered near Roswell, NM. Inside the wreck, several alien bodies were found. This incident undoubtedly raised awareness towards the extraterrestrial phenomenon and probably gave rise to modern ufology.
In 1949, New Mexico witnessed another UFO crash but this time, there was one survivor. He was nicknamed EBE, which is short for extraterrestrial biological entity and the information he provided allowed the US Government to establish contact with his people.
In 1951, the Greys were contacted using a device built to the specifications supplied by the EBE. One year later, extraterrestrial communications were well underway, paving the road for the 1954 treaty.
On the night of February 20-21, 1954, while on a vacation to Palm Springs, California, President Dwight Eisenhower went missing. It is speculated he was secretly taken to nearby Edwards Air Force base for an encounter with the Grey aliens. His official statement was that he had to undergo an emergency dental treatment and he had visited a local dentist.
While the meeting did go as planned, there were some unforeseen consequences. The landing was kept secret in order to see how people would react when being put face-to-face with a technologically advanced alien race. The hundreds of soldiers present at Edwards AFB during first contact received no briefing prior to the event; they were the unsuspecting test audience.
This approach would later prove to be disastrous, as a high percentage of those present began suffering from various psychological ailments, ranging from dysfunctional behavior to psychosis, criminal intentions and suicide.
Over the years there have been several confessions coming from people who claim they witnessed the event firsthand. One of them is Gerald Light, a famous metaphysical community leader at the time. Light says his involvement was gauging the effect this breakthrough would have over the general public.
“My dear friends: I have just returned from Muroc [Edwards Air Force Base]. The report is true — devastatingly true! During my two days’ visit I saw five separate and distinct types of aircraft being studied and handled by our Air Force officials — with the assistance and permission of the Etherians! I have no words to express my reactions. It has finally happened. It is now a matter of history,” wrote Light.
According to Light, several other important figures were present at the meeting. Among them was Eisenhower’s chief economic advisor, Dr. Edwin Nourse. If he had been present, he would have done so in order to offer his expertise on the potential economic impact of a first contact with intelligent alien life. Light also said several trustworthy religious leaders had participated, their roles being obvious.
A number of other sources support Light’s claims. Notorious whistleblowers have put forward their testimonies, describing two sets of meetings involving different extraterrestrial groups.
According to former Naval Intelligence officer William Cooper, large objects moving towards Earth had been discovered in 1953. First believed to be asteroids, it was later determined they were actually space ships. Two different missions, Project Sigma and Project Plato managed to establish contact with the extraterrestrials, through binary code.
Cooper differentiates two alien races, the Nordic ones, friendly towards humanity and the Greys, who had different plans. According to him, the Nordics helped negotiate the signing of a non-aggression treaty between humanity and the Greys. The Nordics did not offer technology but rather the chance for spiritual advancement.
The treaty stipulated that the aliens would not interfere in our affairs and neither would we interfere in theirs. Their presence on Earth would be kept a secret. They could regularly abduct humans for medical and development purposes as long as they would not harm them. The humans would then be returned to their abduction point, with no memory of the event.
Their demands were that humans dismantle and destroy its nuclear weapons arsenal. They warned humanity about its path of self destruction and condemned the fact that we were killing each other, polluting the planet and wasting Earth’s natural resources.
The committee met their demands with extreme suspicion and prejudice, believing that nuclear disarming was not in the best interest of the United States and that it would leave the world helpless in the face of an alien threat. Eisenhower rejected their proposition.
Another witness to the meetings was John Lear, the son of the creator of the Lear Jet, William Lear. According to him, the Nordics offered their help in eliminating the Greys’ threat but President Eisenhower turned it down because they offered no technology.
Did this meeting really take place? If so, it would appear to confirm the current world-wide UFO phenomenon. However, more than 60 years have passed since the alleged First Contact, and an official disclosure is nowhere in sight.