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President Eisenhower's Close Encounters

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How do past U.S. presidents avoid global panic?

Create a secret agreement with visiting extraterrestrials.

This well-researched, nonfiction book will give you a detailed, logical look at the most exciting presidential saga ever.
Follow along with researcher/author Paul Blake Smith as he pieces together an explosive puzzle which reveals that President Eisenhower met with frie
Kindle Edition, 259 pages
Published November 23rd 2020 by Foundations Books Publishing
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Anthony R. Vecchiarelli
The main thing in this book is that POSSIBLY Truman (maybe) and Eisenhower (for sure) met with extra terrestrials in 1954 and/or earlier at Edwards Air Force Base. They wanted to make their presence known to us Earthlings, but Truman and Ike said NO! They are VERY worried about our nuclear weapons which may be endangering them as well as our planet. Ike might have signed an agreement with these human-looking visitors allowing them to abduct people in exchange for their advanced technology. Mr. ...more
Debbie Benson
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Did Eisenhower meet and create an agreement with extraterrestrials. Maybe. It is hard to say one way or another as records are naturally incomplete as people die or forget things. Any written records are usually so redacted that it is hard to get anything from them. Although it does seem Presidents have a fascination with Palm Beach. There is so much data that is still sealed. As for the issue of aliens, I pe ...more
Harry Steinmetz
Massive speculation and conjecture

There is no real evidence that this alleged event ever happened, at least non presented in this book. And the authors creative use of the English language, sometimes very formal and sometimes way too casual often detracts from the point he is trying to make. As a work of fiction, it could have been an interesting tale. But as a serious book, it doesn’t fly.
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Mar 24, 2021 rated it really liked it

Interesting book based on facts and opinion. Definitely was worth reading. I don’t think anybody can wrap their head around all of these issues.
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Apr 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Great and interesting read !

Yes I would recommend this book for serious UFO readers !
The book kept my interest throughout its pages !
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