Einstein’s Student Claims Both Were Taken To Examine Roswell Craft & Beings
Could one of the world's greatest minds have been invited to examine the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico? One of his students claims that's exactly what happened. In fact, his student reveals some very telling details about not only the craft but the alleged alien bodies they saw.
Understandably, you might not think there has ever been crashed craft or extraterrestrial bodies examined, but that's not what many whistleblowers, former government employees, and long time researchers claim.
Apollo fourteen's Dr. Edgar Mitchell once said, "yes there have been crashed craft, and bodies recovered." Eric W. Davis, a renowned astrophysicist who worked with the Pentagon UFO program stated that he gave a classified briefing to a Defense Department Agency as recently as March 2020 about retrievals from “off-world vehicles not made on this Earth.” Christopher Mellon, a former Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary for Intelligence from 1997 to 2002 has confirmed that he was present during this testimony.
If the United States government, or any other government for that matter, did indeed have in their possession a craft from a super intelligent non-human race, what would they do? No doubt there would be attempts to figure out how it works and perhaps try to reverse engineer the technology. Odds are, if this has happened, the technology would be far too advanced for human beings to comprehend, but perhaps I'm wrong. Just imagine what questions would be asked of these beings if there was ever a face-to-face between them and members of the human race? Perhaps it has already happened.
In order to start the process of investigation and inquiry into a downed craft, you would probably call upon the most renowned scientists and engineers known to help you with regards to all things UFOs. This has been evident throughout history.
For example, the CIA tried to recruit renowned physicist Dr. John A. Wheeler to further understand the UFO issue. Hermann Oberth, the founding father of rocketry and astronautics went as far as stating his belief that these objects were occupied by visitors from other worlds. People in this world were clearly and evidently aware of the UFO phenomenon a long time ago. In the 1950's President Harry Truman admitted that the topic of UFOs is discussed at every conference that his government has with the military.
We can't say for sure, but a very interesting testimony is available from a now deceased woman named Dr. Shirley Wright. Her obituary, published by the Miami Herald on July 5th reads as follows,
Shirley, devoted daughter, 85, passed away July 1, 2015. She was born in Boston, MA and spent her childhood in Chicago, IL. As a teenager she moved to Miami Beach, where her parents built the Tropicaire Hotel, which she later operated for many years. She was a dedicated teacher and scientist, earning PhDs in Physical Chemistry and Physical Science. She was a chemistry professor at MDCC for over 50 years. She was a student of Dr. Albert Einstein at Princeton. Shirley taught at the University of Miami and Barry College and was also an instructor at JMH School of Nursing and Hialeah High School. She was the first female president of the MDCC Faculty Senate. She was a member of the Dominican Sisters Third Order. For over 50 years, Shirley donated scholarships to students for excellence in the sciences. A generous person, she supported many charities and helped friends in need. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 1pm on Friday, July 10 at St. Martha Catholic Church, 9221 Biscayne Blvd., Miami Shores, FL 33138. Interment will follow at Flagler Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that contributions be made to St. Jude Children's Hospital in Shirley's memory.
The key phrase above is that Wright "was a student of Dr. Albert Einstein at Princeton." Given who Shirley was, a well known academic for decades, it's hard to believe she would, in her old age, simply be making up a story about her time with Einstein or be suffering from psychosis while she was engaged in her chemistry professorship. But who really knows?
UFO Researcher Anthony Bragalia, who brilliantly uncovered this information, explains that Wright's Roswell story was originally told by the late UFO researcher Leonard Stringfield in entries in his privately published early 1990s "Status Report - UFO Crash Retrievals" monograph series.
He gave Einstein's assistant, Wright, the pseudonym "Edith Simpson" to protect her name and family's privacy. But Stringfield did mention in his book the name of the researcher in Florida who met with Dr. Wright to interview her, a woman named Sheila Franklin. Franklin was active in the state's Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) organization.
Stringfield and Franklin collaborated to document what Wright had to say. Franklin and Wright had shared a mutual friend. It is through this connection that Franklin had learned that Wright had mentioned that she and Einstein had made the Roswell trip. The friend arranged for Franklin and Wright to meet. Franklin taped Wright's Roswell testimony when the two arranged to get together in Miami, FL in November 1993.
Wright told Franklin that she was chosen to work for Einstein during the summer of 1947. She had undergone extensive security and reference checks because her job would place her in a sensitive position. In July of that year she had accompanied him to attend a "crisis conference" taking place at a Southwestern army air base with military and other scientists in attendance. When they landed a colonel drove 50-75 to the base.
The get together between Franklin and Wright was audio recorded. Franklin released the conversation into the public domain.
All I recall is several people using the word Roswell...There was a hanger where they had the spaceship, where they had the bodies.
Audio recording, Wright.
She described the ship as badly damaged, and how all of the scientists were extremely curious about knowing what kind of materials the ship was made out of. She described it as a reflective material, but when you stood close to it, it became dull. She said it was disk-shaped, and that she was not permitted to go inside. She said she was lucky to tag along but that she was considered a "nobody." The scientists, including Einstein, were very interested in the methods of propulsion used by the craft and how it worked. She said the craft had a lot of equipment, and pods that would come out of the floor, among other things.
She claimed that the beings were asked several questions by the scientists, and that they (the beings) were asking the scientists several questions. They wanted to know how long we lived, if there were conditions that terminated our life, like diseases and what not. She explains how they asked the scientists a lot about "what was their best system of going out into the atmosphere." This suggests that these beings were interested and curious about us and our technological development.
And of course they were quick to let us know that we didn't know anything.
Wright, Audio recording
Apparently, they were exploring for a new home as there was some sort of issue with their own planet. All of this communication occurred with the beings while they were dying and injured from the crash. Apparently there were eight ships in total, one crashed in Roswell and the other, Wright claimed, crashed in Siberia.
Some of the specialists were allowed closer looks, including my boss. To me they all looked alike all five of them. They were about five feet tall, without hair, with big heads and enormous dark eyes, and their skin was gray with a slight greenish tinge, but for the most part their bodies were not exposed, being dressed in tight-fitting suits. But I heard they had no navels or genitalia.
Audio recording, Wright.
There is obviously no way to verify this story. For a ufologist, it's hard not to believe given that her testimony corroborates with a lot of other testimony given by "credible" people about the Roswell incident.
What's also interesting, as brought up by Bragalia (mentioned above), are the statements made by Frank Edwards.
Frank Edwards was an early radio pioneer and author of several UFO books including the classic "UFOs: Serious Business". He was a household name across America in the 1950s and 1960s. In a lecture given to a Detroit, MI audience in 1956, Edwards made statements about Einstein that he believed to be true based upon his sources and his understanding of historical circumstance.
These statements are nothing short of remarkable. Edwards maintained that just four years prior, in 1952, Albert Einstein had delivered an urgent message to then President Harry Truman. Taking strong interest in the UFO phenomena, Einstein warned that Truman's "shoot down" policy of UFOs over DC was unwise. This extremely rare, two minute recording can be heard here
Keep in mind, as mentioned earlier in the 1950's Truman stated that UFOs were discussed at every conference that his government has with the military, so there are indeed weird synchronicities here.
Diving into the literature and lore of supposed extraterrestrial or extradimensional, you'll find no shortage of fascinating literature from Native American stories to modern day contact stories. What's interesting about all of these stories is the consistency and common themes that can be pulled from many of them, but that's a topic for another article.