Einstein’s Visit To Roswell And His Study on Aliens And UFO
According to the words stated by Dr. Shirley Wright, assistant to Albert Einstein, both of them were taken to the US military airbase to observe Aliens and UFOs. Further, recent audio recordings, released probably from the archives suggest that Einstein and Dr. Shirley were brought to this region of Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, to understand the wreckages of a crashed UFO vehicle carrying aliens inside. And hence began, Einstein’s visit to Roswell, to study the Aliens and UFO wreckage.
The recording released that Einstein, the greatest physicist of 20th century and Dr. Shirley were taken to the scene of crash by the order of the government to study the crash site of “extraterrestrial vehicle”. When Shirley was enquired, on why she decided to reveal the truth, she expressed that she felt obligated to reveal such an important scenario, where someone as respectable as Einstein was asked to visit the secret base in july 1947, and give his valuable and expert opinion, in order to carry on the study further.
Accroding to the tapes, Shirley made assurance, of how significant this study was, by saying, that she felt an “an obligation to history to reveal the truth.” They were further invited to the “crisis conference” to discuss the matter with other military officials and scientists.
The matter till now, has been so confidential that even though Dr. Wright recorded the account in 1993, it was made public only now. Here’s how she explained the alien aircraft in great details. “It was a disc-shaped sort of concave. Its dimensions reached out one fourth of the hangar floor. The aircraft was damaged on one side. The hull of the ship was covered in reflective material, but when we got close to it, it became rather dull.”
Dr. Wright also described Einstein reaction to the sight of evidence as such: “Einstein was not disturbed at all by seeing the actual evidence. I didn’t record his initial comments in my notes but he said something to the effect that he was not surprised that they came to Earth and that it gave him hope that he could learn more about the universe. Contact, he said should be a benefit for both our worlds.” This indeed proves the importance of the discovery and the scholarly behavior of Albert Einstein.