The Greys are often identified with abductions and the UFO crash sites in New Mexico, namely Roswell and Aztex. The "grey" bodies recovered from the New Mexico crash sites, in the late 1940s were, according to researcher Nick Redfern, actually human test subjects in an appalling coverup by the US government for their crimes against humanity.
Human test subjectsEdit
- Main story: Roswell
In the 1940's, the US government allegedly used human test subjects for extreme high altitude experimentation, under the guidance of experts from Operation Paperclip. These experiments served the aerodynamic-space program, during the Space race, for the establishment of NASA in 1958. The US government spun the extraterrestrial hypothesis to cover up their crimes against humanity. Researcher Nick Redfern, author of The Roswell UFO Conspiracy: Exposing A Shocking And Sinister Secret interviewed an elderly woman in 2001, who had worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, who said that just following WWII, she saw human "guinea pigs" including Japanese people (See also Internment of Japanese Americans), the handicapped, and prisoners that were involved in these aerial experiments. Redfern along with other researchers, assert that the "aliens" were most likely humans who were deemed expendable by the US government, to be tested under the rigors of high altitude exposure.
In ufology, contactees typically describe "greys" as child-size humanoids with grey(ish) skin, which gives them their common moniker. Greys are often associated with most alien abduction cases. The reported ability to pass through windows, or to go up through ceilings, suggest that they are multi-dimensional beings.
The United States "treaty" with the Greys was established by the Bavarian Thule and Illuminati societies as early as 1933, well before the Betty and Barney Hill case. This collaboration was brought into the United States via the CIA, which was established with the help of American Nazi fifth column agents as well as European Nazi's who were brought into the US through Project Paperclip.
- Vector points
- Denver International Airport
- Edwards Air Force Base
- Dulce Base, New Mexico
- Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
- ↑ The Roswell UFO Conspiracy: Exposing A Shocking And Sinister Secret (2017), by Nick Redfern
- ↑ Popular Mechanics, What Really Happened in Area 51? (Sep 12, 2011), by Earl Swift
- ↑ Popular Mechanics, Area 51: Was the Roswell UFO Really a Soviet Hoax? (May 23, 2011 ), By Earl Swift
- ↑ Coast to Coast AM (May 24, 2017): Alternative Roswell Theory (2nd hour), with Nick Redfern
- ↑ Beyond The Darkness - March 24, 2017, interview with former FBI officer, John DeSouza
- ↑ Alien Races online, ANTARCTICAN
- The Extra-Dimensionals: True Tales and Concepts of Alien Visitors, by former FBI officer, John DeSouza
- The Para-Investigators: 52 True Tales And Concepts of Supernaturally Gifted Investigators by John DeSouza and Goldie Serrano
- Fifty Shades of Greys: Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitation to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and Beyond ISBN-13: 978-1523383177, by Raymond Szymanski