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Expert says that eating vegan can improve your chance of alien contact

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ET might have liked Reese’s Pieces, but apparently the real key to fostering an alien human connection is vegan food.

MUNCHIES spoke with Laura Magdalene Eisenhower, a medical astrologist, global alchemist, cosmic mythologist, the the great-granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, about what it’ll take for humans to make contact with sky people. With the CIA releasing previously guarded alien info at this year’s CONTACT in the Desert UFO conference in Joshua Tree, California, I really hope that we’ll be sharing a plate of tempeh wings with space invaders soon.

MUNCHIES asked if vegan or vegetarian food would be better-suited to attract aliens, to which Laura responded “It’s a cleaner and purer energy. I don’t like to say what you should and shouldn’t eat when it comes to meat, but you will be at a better capacity to relate to higher-dimensional beings because your body won’t be as weighted down by gravity.”

She went on to say “When you are dealing with eating animals, it is a heavier density to process in our physical bodies. When we eat veggies, we are lighter, so we can connect easier with higher beings. You don’t have to be vegetarian or vegan to experience sky beings, but it is a lot more appropriate for people.” So maybe this is simply about making humans easier for beaming up easier, no?

Although Laura praises eggs and insists there are alien Reptilians who eat humans because of a larger food chain, this might convince a few space cadets to change their eating habits. Or maybe foil hat wearing people would want to do the opposite? I’m not well versed in alien invitations for invasions, although I’d be a willing first point of vegan contact.

Laura finishes the interview with this advice, “The better we eat and the more we take care of ourselves, the more we can recognize the benevolent forces out there versus those energies out there that wish to enslave us or compromise us.” Here’s hoping aliens agree with her!

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