Dr. Wilhelm Reich, natural scientist, psychiatrist, and philosopher, had frequently communicated with President Eisenhower on the progess of his research. In particular, during the 1950's, Reich became more and more convinced of the existence of UFOs by personal observation and reading the work of serious UFO researchers. He was also concerned about the possible hostile intent of some of these extraterrestrial beings.
It has been reported by good authority that the President met Reich during a hunting trip to Maine in the Rangeley area in June 1955 (confirmed by the Eisenhower Library). Jerome Greenfield in his book "Wilhelm Reich vs. The U.S.A." provides some compelling evidence.
We may have the answer as to why Reich refused to appear in the FDA prosecution against him (in addition to his jurisprudential grounds of natural law vs. positive law)
Lawyer, philosopher and theologian, Steve Katz presents the situation and its implications for current events.
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