Dwight D. Eisenhower served as the 34th president of the United States from 1953 to 1961. Eisenhower was raised in Abilene, Kansas, in a large family of mostly Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry. His family had a strong religious background. His mother became a Jehovah's Witness. Although he did not belong to any organized church until 1952, Eisenhower is said to be "one of the most deeply religious men I know". He was baptized in the Presbyterian Church in 1953.[1]

Val Thor[edit | edit source]

Val Thor was a VIP at the Pentagon from March 16th, 1957[2] to mid 1960.[3]

Val Thor with Oscar Schneider sitting behind him.[2]

Excerpt from Frank E. Stranges 1967 book, Stranger at the Pentagon:[4]

Eisenhower: “Please, sir, what is your name? And where do you come from?”
Thor: “I come from the planet your Bible calls the morning and the evening star.”
Eisenhower: “Venus?”
Thor: “Yes, sir.”
Eisenhower: “Can you prove this?”
Thor: “What do you constitute as proof?”
Eisenhower: “I don’t know.”

Morning star. In Hebrew mythology, the King of Babylon is the personification of the "morning star".[5] A dirge is given against the king[6] in Isaiah 14:12:

Shining (O Lucifer)[KJV] morning star,[5]
how you have fallen from the heavens!
You destroyer of nations,
you have been cut down to the ground.

Evening star. In Greek mythology, Hesperus (Greek: Ἓσπερος ) is the personification of the "evening star", where the planet Venus is observed in the evening (compare to Aurvandil).

Notes[edit source]

  1. Time. "Faith Staked Down", February 9, 1953.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Disclose TV, Val Thor
  3. Stranges, Frank E. Stranger at the Pentagon (1967) ISBN 1530509343
  4. Obscurantist, Thor Valiant
  5. 5.0 5.1 Holman’s Christian Standard Bible (CSB), Isaiah 14
  6. Theological Wordbook of the Old Testament (TWOT), 499a
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