Majestic 12 is the link between President Kennedy and the alien UFO crash at Roswell
What is Majestic 12’s link to Roswell?
In August of 1952, the United States of America was consumed with the subjects of UFO’s and aliens. Talk about the “Roswell incident”, government and military cover-ups, alien autopsies, and alien encounters were rife. Frustrated with his own efforts to get to the heart of the alien/UFO subject, President Harry S. Truman decided upon forming a very powerful and influential committee to investigate and report their findings on the matter only to the White House.
This was the beginning of Majestic 12, a highly secret committee of twelve, made up of top military personnel, world leading (American) scientists and highly influential (American) government officials (including C.I.A.) with objectives of investigation into alien encounters, recovery of alien spacecraft and technology, and the establishment of alien contact protocols. In particular, they were to investigate the supposed crashed alien spacecraft at Roswell in 1947. However, less than five months into their brief of operation, the activities of MJ-12 nearly came to a sudden halt.
Did Majestic 12 report back to Truman about the Roswell incident?
No. Five months into their brief of operation, Majestic 12 hadn’t found anything. In January 1953, the pragmatic and highly skeptical new President Dwight D. Eisenhower put an immediate stop on the committee’s funding. It was meant to have brought about the demise of MJ-12, except that Eisenhower failed to stipulate that it was ALSO his intention that they were to be disbanded. This would eventually prove to be a significant contributing element to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Without direction to the contrary and despite being unfunded, the Majestic 12 committee continued to meet, exchange intel, plot, and scheme, believing their endeavors to be virtuous and vital for the sake of their nation and the world. No longer reporting to the president, the MJ-12 committee now became completely autonomous, setting their own goals and agendas.
In 1961, it was the very powerful Director of Central Intelligence, Allen Dulles, that approached new President John F. Kennedy. Kennedy needed to get to the heart of the UFO problem as America was being blamed for unexplained aerial phenomenon over the Soviet Union. Allen Dulles approached Kennedy as the head of Majestic 12. It was an approach that Kennedy initially welcomed.
By 1961, wasn’t the Roswell trail cold?
Very. However, Majestic 12 still believed they could entice a witness to come forward. They set a trap . . . a very clever trap.
Rumors circulated throughout the military that a top-secret project incorporating alien derived technology would soon be in place in the upgraded Area 51 facility. Project “Oxcart” would give the American military the edge in surveillance aircraft using stealth technology reverse-engineered from alien spaceship crash wreckage found in Roswell in 1947.
Majestic 12’s reasoning behind these outrageous rumors was that anyone who knew about the real circumstances of the alien encounter would be so curious as to what had been learned, that they might make a mistake. He did. The chain of events that followed would eventually lead to the death of a President.
Roswell’s Final Witness looks closely at the link between Roswell, Majestic 12 and the death of President Kennedy. The information in the novel has never been aired previously. Lateral thinking is used to delve into the inner-most secrets of all those involved. To find out more, you’ll have to read the novel.