What set alarm bells ringing is a diary reference to a glowing round craft in the snowy woods behind Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, where the first commander- in-chief wintered with his bedraggled Continental Army.DAYBOOK
Ironically the news comes from a British historian who may have access to captured documents that Americans have never seen.
Quentin Burde of Edinburgh believes he has several pages of the daybook the general dictated to his military secretary nearly every day.
"The rub is that just when things get really interesting, there's a gap of a page or two," says the independent Scots historian.GLOWING GLOBE
But a reference to the glowing craft may clarify Washington's later references to green-skinned Indians, or "Greenskins," as the commander sometimes called them.
"Until now, historians have assumed Washington was referring to a tribe that used green war paint," says Burde, who specializes in researching points in history where he believes space aliens have intervened in human events.
Now Burde believes the Greenskins were space aliens who supplied Washington with wise advice, information about British troop movements and tactics, and perhaps even some superior technology that helped him win the war.
Whoever they were, Washington very much looked forward to his rare meetings with the Greenskins, who lived in a glowing globe in the woods.
"The usual interpretation is that the glowing globe was a rounded lodge made of animal skins that glowed from the firelight inside," says Burde.
But Burde's discovery of references to a "hovering" and "disappearing" globe leads him to believe the glowing lodge was really a spacecraft.
"It also is strange that sometimes the globe is behind Washington's headquarters and sometimes it's not," notes Burde. "An Indian lodge is either there or it's not. This thing came and went, which is entirely consistent with a spacecraft that pays occasional visits."
Burde believes there is crucial evidence yet to surface, and he is scrambling to find the missing parts of the war diary. The pages were captured by the British and languished for years in an Edinburgh archive.
The diary's importance was missed by historians when it did surface because it's not in Washington's handwriting.
Burde's explanation for that is simple.
"Washington often dictated," he claims. " He had a military secretary, a Lt. Johnson, at the time and these pages are definitely in his hand."UNAWARE
Burde also believes Washington had no idea he was dealing with creatures from another planet. "He probably thought he was talking with an extremely talented Indian war chief, or a medicine man with powers bordering on the magical," he says.
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From Humanoid Contacts
Date: January 13 2008 Time: 1630
A couple was driving in far western Dade County in the rural areas where strawberries and tomatoes are grown. They were looking at the last field, a 4 or 5 acre patch of planted strawberries, with a small house and barn towards the back, and beyond that the Everglades. They pulled to the side of the road to observe a bright light that was approaching silently from the WNW. It was very bright. It finally came to a stop and hovered over the farm house. With a sharp hissing noise, a beam of light shone directly on the roof of the house for a few seconds, and then disappeared. At this point, once their eyes had adjusted to the intense glare, they could see black spots (maybe windows?) along the widest point of the oval. Suddenly there was a strange distortion developing in the sky over the house as the object became darker and appeared to shrink in on itself. It was a kind of swirling distortion that appeared to increase in size and seemed even to distort the sunlight and clouds as it did, and the object became even darker and smaller. Then there was an audible, low pitched popping sound, almost like one can make by pulling a finger out of one’s puckered mouth and the object disappeared altogether. The distortion effect subsided, and then disappeared after a few seconds more. They then approached the house by passing through the gate and going up the driveway, and detected a strong smell of ozone, like from a strong electrical gadget, as well as an organic kind of repugnant odor. They looked up at one of the windows and saw a grayish reptilian being staring at them. Terrified they made a U-turn right through a flower field and left the area.
Thanks to Albert Rosales