In his book Stranger at the Pentagon, Frank Stranges described the first meeting of the alien Valiant “Val” Thor and President Eisenhower:
Standing in front of his desk, President said, “Please, sir, what is your name? And where do you come from?”
“I come from the planet your Bible calls the morning and the evening star.”
“Can you prove this,” Eisenhower asked.
“What do you constitute as proof?”
He quickly retorted, “I don’t know.”
You can already see the obvious problem here. Biblical references to “morning star” are some of the most overdetermined in the entire Christian tradition.
Isaiah 14:12 uses it to refer to the angelic rebellion and Satan’s fall from heaven — “How you have fallen from heaven, O morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations!” And in the Christian tradition, the Latin word for “morning star” — Lucifer — became the proper name for Satan before his fall.
But in Revelation 22:16, Jesus identifies himself using the exact same term — “I am the Root and the Offspring of David, and the bright Morning Star.”
So why would Valiant Thor have referenced this symbolism when describing where he was from? Why indeed.
But Val and Ike apparently worked it out. And on a crisp April day in 1957 the aliens went to hang out in the backyard of Howard Menger in High Bridge, New Jersey. As you can see, everyone was dressed casual-yet-snappy, and just, you know, relaxing. As Venusian/Luciferians are want do.