Aliens in our midst — to thin our population

Alien technology is being used to thin the earth’s population, the great-granddaughter of former United States president Dwight Eisenhower claimed on Friday.

Laura Eisenhower was speaking on the sidelines of a UFO, science and consciousness conference in Johannesburg.

She said natural faults in the earth were being manipulated to produce catastrophes like tsunamis and earthquakes using Haarp technology or bio-weapons.

According to the website Haarp.net, Haarp technology is a focused and steerable electromagnetic beam used to heat the upper atmosphere and bounce elecromagnetic waves back to earth.

Eisenhower said this was part of a secret agenda by a number of governments to decrease the earth’s human population in favour of colonies on mars and the moon.

“Extraterrestrials have been working with governments for a while,” she said, adding that treaties with the other-worldly beings were signed every 10 years.

This had remained fairly well hidden through mind-control and manipulation.

Contact with extraterrestrials was merely the result of an expanding consciousness that there was life beyond earth, said Eisenhower.

“As consciousness expands, we invoke and become more in contact with our universal family.”

She said she was recruited by an agent in 2006 to take part in a mission to a Mars colony.

However, she was able to break free from the mind control techniques.

She said people had been teleported to Mars since the 1970s and that the size of the population there was continuing to shift and expand. — Sapa

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