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March 16, 1957, in Alexandria, Virginia, one of the finest leaders of the planet Venus, operating under the direction of the Central Control and who had been chosen to make the contact as well as direct the project, landed his craft and was met by two police officers, weapons drawn. A thought transference quickly convinced them that he meant no harm and he was ushered into the back seat of their patrol car. After crossing over into Washington, D.C. they were met by the Secretary of Defense along with six of his staff members. Soon police from every conceivable district and agency had joined in, all trying to claim their right to escort him to President Dwight D. Eisenhower.
There are several pictures in the book in Chapter One that show Val Thor, and two of the crew members of his ship one who is a female and one male. The meeting was said to take place in High Bridge, New Jersey which was the hometown of another contactee named Howard Menger. In fact, the meeting occurred at the home of Howard Menger.
Val was taken to a building in Washington D.C., suddenly a door opened and six armed guards led Val to what appeared to be an elevator. It went rapidly to the bottom most level which had the highest level of security. They eventually transferred to an underground train which sped to the White House. Six officials, six armed guards and three secret service men escorted him into the office of President Eisenhower. Eventually President Eisenhower met Val face to face and shook his hand. The president asked Val what his name was. Val replied, "Valiant". The President then asked where he came from. Val stated, "I come from the planet that your Bible calls the morning and the evening star". "Venus?". The President then asked Val for proof that he was from Venus. Val asked the President if he would go with Val on his ship.
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