Albert Einstein was flown in to examine the Roswell crash, given a guided tour of a flying saucer, shown an alien autopsy, and the corpses of five extraterrestrials, according to newly released recordings from his assistant.
As early as 1920, Einstein voiced that he was a believer in extraterrestrial life.
“There is every reason to believe that Mars and other planets are inhabited,” Einstein said in a 1920 interview. “Why should the Earth be the only planet supporting human life? It is not singular in any other respect.”
After the UFO crash in Roswell New Mexico, authorities summoned famed physicist Albert Einstein, who was accompanied by his assistant Dr. Shirley Wright, to study the spacecraft and the extraterrestrial beings.
The revelations of this top-secret trip have only now been made public, taken from a series of tape recordings that were made shortly before the death of Dr. Wright in 2015, The Sun reported.
Dr. Shirley Wright, who possesses doctorates in physical chemistry and physical science, was chosen from a number of gifted students to work for Einstein in Princeton University during the summer of 1947.
In accompanying Einstein on the top-secret trip, Dr. Shirley Wright was ordered to keep everything she observed and learned confidential. For nearly 7 decades, she maintained her silence. However, she refused to go to the grave with it. At the age of 85, she agreed to be interviewed by a top UFO researcher, Sheila Franklin. Now, the tapes have been made public for the first time.
The Roswell Incident occurred in July 1947. On July 8, a press release issued by Roswell Army Airfield (RAAF) stated that they had recovered a “flying disc” from a ranch near Roswell. However, the Army quickly retracted the statement and said, instead, crashed object was a conventional weather balloon. But in the late 1970s, a retired Lieutenant Colonel claimed the weather balloon account had been a cover story.
The alien craft recovered in the July 1947 crash appeared damaged on one side, Einstein’s assistant, Dr. Wright said in the recordings.
“It was disc shaped, sort of concave. Its size stood up to one fourth of the hangar floor,” Wright recalls. “The body of the ship was what I would call today a rather reflective material but when you got up close to it, it was rather dull.”
“They were very curious about what the materials were,” Wright continued.
According to Dr. Wright, Einstein studied the “propulsion system” of the UFO.
“He [Einstein] was not disturbed at all by seeing the actual evidence,” Dr. Wright said. “I didn’t record in my notes his initial comments but he said something to the effect that he was not surprised that they had come to Earth.”
“It gave him hope that we could learn more about the universe,” she continued. “‘Contact,’ he said, ‘should be a benefit for both of our worlds.'”
Dr. Wright claims that Einstein was shown the corpses of five extraterrestrials that had traveled aboard the UFO.
“Some of the specialists were allowed closer looks, including my boss,” Wright said. “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 grey with a slight greenish tinge,” Wright added. “For the most part their bodies were not exposed, being dressed in tight-fitting suits. But I heard they had no navels or genitalia.”