Dark Journalist and Robert Merritt: Nixon’s ET Time Capsule Will Change History
Dark Journalist, Daniel Liszt interviews Federal informant Robert Merritt in what the former believes to be his greatest scoop yet. Merritt was introduced to DJ by past interviewee Douglas Caddy, the Watergate attorney who represented E Howard Hunt, Gordon Liddy and for the five burglars who broke in disguised as plumbers.
Official FOIA documents show that Robert Merritt was an informant for the FBI, CIA and the ATF and he also testified at the Senate Watergate hearings.
Merritt is now believed to be in the final weeks of his life and he wanted to get some Earth-shaking information off his chest he received during three late-night meetings with President Richard Nixon in a bunker beneath the White House.
He says that a beset Nixon, knowing that he would not escape infamy during his lifetime read aloud to Merritt a message for posterity before sealing it somewhere in the White House as a time capsule for later generations to learn the Truth.
The letter contains information about how the United States had had an extraterrestrial being under its protection for 20 years and that scientists at Los Alamos had learned to communicate with this being, which helped them to develop advanced technologies.
Merritt says that Nixon said the discovery of this ET and its Earth-Changing information “Fell into our laps and that he did not use that word “extraterrestrial.” Nixon said that we had discovered things that came from the outer space or maybe a different universe which could either destroy us or be a great gift for humanity.
Douglas Caddy has sent a letter to the National Archives with the promise of directions to President Nixon’s ET time capsule, under the condition that its contents be made public.
Follow up analysis
There is a HUGE (did I say HUGE!!!) paper trail on this. I have heard variations of this story many times before for about the last 20 years or so and this is the first clear version of it with a verifiable paper trail and a first person interview together.
HOWEVER, this is only one teensy piece of information, only one side of a many sided story but it helps. DK said that Nixon was fond of playing poker and IMO, this situation in many ways shows what a great strategist he was. It also gives credence to the idea that maybe he wasn't such a crook - especially today in light of all that we know now about everybody else. It also brings light to the JFK assignation being more ET centered than money centered. (so many theories as to why) It lends credence to Joseph Farrell's Third Force operating in the exopolitical arena, and the breakaway arena.
This is a juicy nugget to consider when you look at the presidency from Eisenhower to today concerning the 'ET' issue.
http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/topic/15232-who-is-robert-merritt/ -By Douglas Caddy
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