We interview cosmic mythologist, international speaker and whistleblower Laura Eisenhower about Exopolitics. The politics of things off world. Laura, the great granddaughter of Dwight D. Eisenhower discusses a rumor that he signed a treaty with an alien race.
What new wine can be poured into the old bottle of the UFO? Or is it time to explode the bottle? In
a Universe of quantum uncertainty, are UFOs necessarily even objects? And why are we
even talking about it at all?
“If the universe is teeming with life, why have they not contacted us?” It is one of the great skeptical-analytical questions that get posed in apparent opposition to the ancient alien theory. There is a hypothesis which tries to explain the apparent lack of daily and visible contact with ET: the so-called Zoo Hypothesis.
People hate being conned, which militates against accepting something as
mind-blowing as the crop circles could be. What can subsume that
concern is an appreciation for the realm of mystery. In fact, being open
to what we don't know is good for us.
The desire to find a higher purpose is the same desire that draws people to join cults. If an
individual is more inclined to lead than to follow, he can start his own
following. Although Strieber's case is extreme, it is also typical. Patterns laid down in childhood by
trauma and neglect lurk beneath all such pursuits, spiritual, political,
artistic, sexual, or financial.
his horror fiction, Strieber underwent some
extremely unusual personal experiences in 1985 and wrote a book called Communion, after which his name
became synonymous with alien abduction. Yet Strieber is far more
than just a man who claims that aliens did strange things to him. This is Part One of a two-part article.