Even if Col. George Armstrong Custer had led 10,000 men against the Sioux in the 1876 battle at the Little Big Horn, they still would have been massacred -- because the cavalrymen were zapped dead in their saddles by aliens from outer space!
The spacemen -- whom the Sioux looked upon as powerful gods who guided and controlled their destiny -- also bathed each Indian in an invisible ray that made him invincible and unable to be killed.
Experts now believe it was those protective rays that left mysterious ultraviolet "scars" in the earth at the battle site -- scars that baffled scientists and historians for more than a decade.
"These scars can only be seen through special infrared scopes," explained archaeologist Dr. Angela Day Brewer. "I and many of my colleagues had always suspected they were caused by alien beings. Now we know for certain they were."
The scars and the incredible role played by alien beings in the famed battle known as Custer's Last Stand came to light when computers finally managed to decipher electronic data taken from the wreckage of a UFO that crashed near Roswell, N.M., in 1947. It has long been believed that the mangled bodies of several humanoid creatures were removed from the UFO wreckage and taken to a secret site for study.
"The U.S. government doesn't want the public to know about the dead aliens," declared Walter Frobel, a CIA cryptographer who helped decipher the data. "There's good solid evidence that the dead aliens were the same beings that actually recorded the events at the Little Big Horn," Frobel explained.
"And, of course, if they recorded the events, they more than likely were the same aliens who helped the Sioux win the battle.
"The data reveals that the aliens made certain there were no white survivors," Frobel said. "Custer and all of his men had to die. None could survive." Frobel said the spacemen knew they couldn't allow a surviving soldier to tell how some Sioux warriors couldn't be killed even when shot a point-blank range.
"According to what we were able to decode, the aliens gave the Sioux an unbeatable advantage over Custer's 7th Cavalry -- they started zapping the soldiers dead, one after the other, with laser beams.
"It was no contest."
The CIA agent said the beings, from a star system in a galaxy billions of light-years from our own, apparently had been overseeing and controlling the development of various North American Indians.
"The inhabitants from that other world may even have been involved in the development of Man ever since he appeared on Earth. "One passage we decoded clearly explains their reason for getting involved in the Little Big Horn massacre. The passage reads, 'We know the Indians' days on Planet Earth are numbered because there are so many white men and they are so greedy.
" ' But this is not the time, and today the Sioux must be the victors.
" 'But soon the Indian will fall. His doomsday will come at a place called Wounded Knee.
" 'And all that we have done since the beginning of their time will vanish like cosmic dust on the winds of space.' "