Is it a universal law
that if you ask, knock, and seek, ye will find?
If we ask a different
question than what we have before, we will learn something beyond what we
thought we knew.
It is a fully ripe time
to change the question of “Who shot John Fitzgerald Kennedy?” to “Why?”
The “Why JFK was shot”
has many facets that still have a stronghold on the way we have perceived the
powers involved. It is time to learn “the rest of the story.” It pertains to
The following are the
written notes of the speech that JFK had in his pocket that he intended to
My fellow Americans,
people of the world, today we set forth on a journey into a new era. One age,
the childhood of mankind, is ending and another age is about to begin.
The journey of which I
speak is full of unknowable challenges, but I believe that all our yesterdays,
all the struggles of the past, have uniquely prepared our generation to
Citizens of this Earth,
we are not alone. God, in His infinite wisdom, has seen fit to populate His
universe with other beings, intelligent creatures such as ourselves.
How can I state this
with such authority? In the year 1947, our military forces recovered from the
dry New Mexico desert the remains of an aircraft of unknown origin. Science
soon determined that this vehicle came from the far reaches of outer space.
Since that time, our government has made contact with the creators of that
Though this news may
sound fantastic — and indeed, terrifying — I ask that you not greet it with
undue fear or pessimism. I assure you, as your President, that these beings
mean us no harm.
Rather, they promise to
help our nation overcome the common enemies of all mankind — tyranny, poverty,
We have determined that
they are not foes, but friends.
Together, with them, we
can create a better world. I cannot tell you that there will be no stumbling
or missteps on the road ahead.
I believe that we have found the true destiny of the people of this great
land: To lead the world into a glorious future.
In the coming days,
weeks and month, you will learn more about these visitors, why they are here,
and why our leaders have kept their presence a secret from you for so long.
I ask you to look to
the future, not with timidity, but with courage, because we can achieve in our
time the ancient vision of peace on Earth and prosperity for all humankind.
God bless you.
You can find this
speech verified in the article: Go In Peace, Feb. 19, 2005, given on the Web
site: www.fourwinds10.com, in the Candace Fieze articles archives,
Thanks to Merrilee
Kinzie for sending this in.