Valiant Thor, a possible alien who worked for the US government. The story begins in 1995 when Phil Schneider, a geologist and engineer who had the first level of security in US secret governmental projects, was named the greatest alien deconspirator.
Over time, he has sparked controversy over his statements, the story of a bizarre person named Valiant Thor. In the first phase, Valiant Thor would have been a person like any other, but possessed many physiological characteristics different from any human being. Schneider told him that it was actually an alien coming from Venus who worked for the US government by the late 1950s. Immediately after completing his mission, the alien returned to his ship and was never seen again.
Schneider showed a picture with Valiant Thor during a lecture at a 1995 exhibition. The photo was taken in 1943. Schneider said the alien had worked for the US Army since 1937.
According to Schneider’s description, Thor had six fingers in one hand, a giant lung, an oversized heart, a 1200 IQ, which made him able to speak over 100 languages and about 500 years of age. The alien on Venus had several meetings with American presidents of that time, Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon.
Thor told the US president that mankind needs to change its optics of war and that the policy of violence will produce a global imbalance in the future that will put the entire civilization at risk. Thor remained on Earth until March 16, 1960 and then took off on his home planet, Venus.
He mentioned waves of “strangers” who would land around the world to help with Earth’s problems. He asserted that a group from a long-range planetary system would come to give help and information to help advance Earth.
Thor left Earth on the morning of March 16, 1960, taking off from Alexandria, Virginia, into a space ship. It is strange that just a few months after telling this bizarre story, Schneider was found dead in his apartment on January 17, 1996, under suspicious circumstances. Many believe he was killed, although his death was qualified as suicide.