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UFO Hunters: Dulce Base Inside Archuleta Mesa

 
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Did anyone watch UFO Hunters about the DULCE BASE earlier tonight ?

Anyone have any thoughts?


alien


Last week was about the 'Black Triangles'.


loser

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Did anyone watch UFO Hunters about the DULCE BASE earlier tonight ?

Anyone have any thoughts?


alien


Last week was about the 'Black Triangles'.


loser

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Who can afford the gas to go there?
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That is an interesting but not very useful tactic, the 'Non-Sequitor'.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

The week before last, they did Area 51.

I've been mildly surprised this season.

I am sorry you don't have the gas to make it to your tv; perhaps you need to eat more beans - give you a little more inertial thrust.
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I watched it, thought it pretty good. They do the best they can imho. I'd of been more into what the locals had to say and focus on the trees! That area of a supposed crash. There's no way it was just an F-16 or whatever they said crashed. Those trees tell a story like no other.

But I've read the Dulce Papers and been following this for a long time so it wasn't surprising info.

Another thing was the calf fetus and the retired cop. He said he thinks it's humans. Yes he's right, but it's a joint effort going on. He found 1 gas mask? Out of ALL the mutilations he finds 1 gas mask and it's only humans... ok. I think he was covering his ass a bit. All in all, if you follow this stuff, the show is good. The locals know, they can't talk. That in it's self speaks volumes.
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I was just checking out Archuleta Mesa on Google Earth and it appears that they didnt really check out the mesa. They drove up in a snow cat what looks like a ridge in front of the actual Mesa. They show never even displayed an aerial map which I feel is crucial to understanding the whole story.

A final note. When I was studying the Dulce base story in the 90s the conclusion I came to was that the Military definitely had tunnels and underground facilities in the area but they stored Nuclear waste there and created the radical stories as a cover to keep nosy nells out.
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to see something like this on tv really kinda worried me. They really are getting us ready
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indeed, very surprising.

Goodnight GLP!
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Interesting but repetitive. The dead calf fetus was something weird. I wonder why John Lear Junior is now for the second time on the show. So many questions so little answered...
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Yes, what I found interesting was that the witnesses refused to "tell all"!
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Did anyone watch UFO Hunters about the DULCE BASE earlier tonight ?

Anyone have any thoughts?


alien


Last week was about the 'Black Triangles'.


loser

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hf
 Quoting: Watched It 635231

Missed it, but from the comments here it doesn't sound like anything new was presented. I had little confidence that the real stuff would come out on such a program.
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I didn't see the show but I'm interested in the subject because back around 1950 the town of Farmington NM witnessed what appeared to be a mass-evacuation by ETs in hundreds of flying saucers flying around in the sky northwest of town. The sighting was covered by the local newspaper. It seems half the town, hundreds of people, saw it.
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I didn't see the show but I'm interested in the subject because back around 1950 the town of Farmington NM witnessed what appeared to be a mass-evacuation by ETs in hundreds of flying saucers flying around in the sky northwest of town. The sighting was covered by the local newspaper. It seems half the town, hundreds of people, saw it.
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I forgot to ask, so did the UFO Hunters TV show mention this event?
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I didn't see the show but I'm interested in the subject because back around 1950 the town of Farmington NM witnessed what appeared to be a mass-evacuation by ETs in hundreds of flying saucers flying around in the sky northwest of town. The sighting was covered by the local newspaper. It seems half the town, hundreds of people, saw it.


I forgot to ask, so did the UFO Hunters TV show mention this event?
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They never mentioned the said event. Sounds interesting though.
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[link to www.aliensthetruth.com]


Here's something.
Cui Bono?
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Farmington Daily Times, March 18, 1950

"Fully half of this town's population still is certain today that it saw space ships or some strange aircraft -- hundreds of them zooming through the skies yesterday. Estimates of the number ranged from & quotes several to more that 500. The objects appeared to play tag high in the air. At times they streaked away at almost unbelievable speeds."

Archuleta Mesa is just a few miles northwest of Farmington. How can people investigate Dulce without knowing this or mentioning it? I presume there are multitudes of living witnesses to this.
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[link to www.aliensthetruth.com]


Here's something.
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Thanks, that's it
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HUGE 'SAUCER' ARMADA JOLTS FARMINGTON
Crafts Seen By Hundreds - Speed Estimated at 1000 MPH, Altitude 20,000 feet

For the third consecutive day flying saucers have been reported over Farmington. And on each of the three days their arrival here was reported between 11 and noon.

Three persons called the Daily Times office to report seeing strange objects in the air just before noon.

Persons along Main Street once again could be seen looking skyward and pointing.

High winds and a dust storm prevented clear vision.

Fully half of this town's population still is certain today that it saw space ships or some strange aircraft -- hundreds of them zooming through the skies yesterday. Estimates of the number ranged from & quotes several to more that 500. Whatever they were, they caused a major sensation in this community, which lies only 110 air miles northwest of the huge Los Alamos Atomic installation.

The objects appeared to play tag high in the air. At times they streaked away at almost unbelievable speeds. One witness did a triangulation sighting on one of the objects and estimated its speed at about 1,000 miles an hour, and estimated its size as approximately twice that of a B-29.

Farmington citizens stood in the streets yesterday watching the first reported mass "flying saucer" flight ever sighted. Traffic was slowed to avoid hitting sky gazers. The office of the Farmington Daily Times was deluged with calls from persons who saw the objects.

A Red Leader

Scores described the objects as silvery discs. A number agreed they saw one that was red in color -- bigger and faster, and apparently the leader.

Clayton J. Boddy, 32, business manager of Farmington Times and a former Army Engineers captain in Italy, was one of those who saw the startling objects.

Boddy was on roadway when all of a sudden I noticed a few moving objects high in the sky.

"Moments later there appeared what seemed to be about 500 of them," Boddy continued. He could not estimate their size or speed, but said they appeared to be about 15,000 feet high.

Boddy's account was confirmed by Joseph C. and Francis C. Kelloff, retail grocers from Antonito, Colo., who were in Farmington to inspect the site of a proposed new store, and by Bob Foutz and John Burrell of Farmington. The Kelloffs said the objects appeared to be flying in formation.

One of the most impressive accounts came from Harold F. Thatcher, head of the Farmington unit of the Soil Conservation service. Thatcher made a triangulation on one of a number of flying craft, He said if it had been a B-29 it would have been 2,000 feet high and traveling more than 1000 miles per hour.

Knows Engineering

"I'm not a professional engineer," Thatcher said, "but I have engineers working under me and I know how to work out rough triangulation on an object."

Thatcher emphatically denied an earlier report that the objects could have been small pieces of cotton fuzz floating in the atmosphere.

"It was not cotton," he said, "I saw several pieces of cotton fuzz floating around in the air at the time, but I was not sighting on any cotton."

The "cotton" report was started by State Patrolman Andy Andrews, who quoted several Farmington Residents as asserting it was cotton they saw. The residents denied Andrew's report.

The first reports of flying saucers were noted a few minutes before 11 a.m. yesterday. For a full hour thereafter people deluged the Times with reports of the objects.

A second large scale sighting occurred at 3 p.m. At that time, Mrs. Wilson Jones, 27, and Mr. Roy Hicks, 33, housewives reported seeing objects to the north of Farmington, flying in perfect formation. Others reported the same sight.

Johnny Eaton, 29, a real estate and insurance salesman, and Edward Brooks, 24, an employee of the Perry Smoak garage, were the first to report the red-colored sky object.

Not Airplanes

Brooks, a B-29 tail gunner during the war, said he was positive the objects sighted were not airplanes. "The very maneuvering of the things couldn't be that of modern aircraft," he said.

John Bloomfield, another employee of Smoak's garage, said the objects he saw traveled at a speed that appeared to him to be about 10 times faster than that of jet planes. In addition, he said the objects frequently made right-angle turns.

"They appeared to be coming at each other head-on," he related. "At the last second, one would veer at right angles upward, the other at right angles downward. One saucer would pass another and immediately the one to the rear would zoom into the lead."

Marlow Webb, another garage employee, said the objects to the naked eye appeared to be about eight inches in diameter as seen from the ground. He described them as about the size of a dinner plate." "They flew sideways, on edge and at every conceivable angle," he said. "This is what made it easy to determine that they were saucer-shaped." None of the scores of reports told of any vapor trail or engine noise. Nor did anyone report any windows or other markings on the craft.

In general Farmington accepted the phenomenon calmly, although it was reported some women employees of a laundry became somewhat panicky.
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Farmington Daily Times, March 18, 1950


Archuleta Mesa is just a few miles northwest of Farmington. How can people investigate Dulce without knowing this or mentioning it? I presume there are multitudes of living witnesses to this.
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VEE HAVE VAYS of MAKING ZEM KWUIET!!
Cui Bono?
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I just watched the show. It's evident the native american people know something strange is going on in the area, many of them have seen flying saucers over and around the mesa. That combined with the 1950 Farmington newspaper story has me convinced people should look closely at this. It's fucking astonished to me that half the population of Farmington could see hundreds of flying saucers in 1950 and the rest of sheeple in the country aren't willing to consider the issue. What does it imply about our social and cultural system? It has failed us IMHO.

Here's a link to the five-part youtube version of this UFO Hunters television show [link to www.ufoblogger.blogspot.com]
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Dulce base is real. It was started by the Greys without the knowledge of the United States government, but then the government joined the Greys in completing the project and running the base jointly. But after a few years there was a misunderstanding and a confrontation and no humans have been allowed into the base since then.
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In my previous posts I mistakingly said Dulce was Northwest of Farmington, obviously I ment Northeast. It's worthwhile to study the area in Google Earth to see and consider the relationship between Dulce, Farmington, and Los Alamos.
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Dulce base is real. It was started by the Greys without the knowledge of the United States government, but then the government joined the Greys in completing the project and running the base jointly. But after a few years there was a misunderstanding and a confrontation and no humans have been allowed into the base since then.
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Or maybe ETs evacuated the base in 1950 during the era nuclear testing and the US military has since confiscated and occupied the base while issuing a disinformation program and smear campaign against extraterrestrials. Who knows for sure, no me.
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Dulce base is real. It was started by the Greys without the knowledge of the United States government, but then the government joined the Greys in completing the project and running the base jointly. But after a few years there was a misunderstanding and a confrontation and no humans have been allowed into the base since then.


Or maybe ETs evacuated the base in 1950 during the era nuclear testing and the US military has since confiscated and occupied the base while issuing a disinformation program and smear campaign against extraterrestrials. Who knows for sure, no me.
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I know for sure.

I also know that the United States government has been trying to develop weapons capable of destroying the Dulce base.
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Did anyone watch UFO Hunters about the DULCE BASE earlier tonight ?
Anyone have any thoughts?
 Quoting: Watched It 635231

I didn't watch it, but I used to go through Farmington and the Dulce and Archuleta area on occasion when I would go to sniff out Santa Clara pottery and/or hike the Bandelier National Monument.

It's sort of like Sedona; for people who don't live there, it's full of mystery; but if you go there a lot (I'm a 2-hr bike ride from Sedona) you find out that there's nothing much there; even the locals just laugh when you talk about Secret Underground Caverns or Cosmic Vortices. It's pretty much tourist talk.

Besides, if the Gummint had a Secret Base Where We Do Reverse Engineering On The Crashed Craft From The Little Purple Spaceship Guys From Arcturus, don't you think it'd be placed on government land instead of an Indian Reservation?

Last Edited by Duncan Kunz on 03/30/2009 03:07 AM
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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Archuleta Mesa is just a few miles northwest of Farmington. How can people investigate Dulce without knowing this or mentioning it? I presume there are multitudes of living witnesses to this.
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Da fuck? Archuleta Mesa is northEAST of Farmington, over an hour away. Those shitkickers in Farmington were probably loaded on hootch, seeing fireflies.
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Dulce's NE of Farmington, too, IIRC.
Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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I know for sure.
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Were you there, or are you just repeating unsubstantiated gossip?

Where's the EVIDENCE, Jim?
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I know for sure.

Were you there, or are you just repeating unsubstantiated gossip?

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It was in my briefing.
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HEY EVERY ONE!!!

think about this for a sec... think about things 3 dimensionally...


the reason they put the base there is this. its on Indian land, NOT the united states!!! it is there for NOT subject to our laws!!! that's the same reason why we have bases in Europe to detain and question "terrorists" so we are not subject to our own laws... its the same hear!!!


the back up "get out of jail free" card for putting the base there is that if it ever got out, and this whole truth ever comes out, is the NO one can be held accountable EXCEPT for the local tribes people!!!!!!!!!!

THAT IS WHY THEY ALL DO NOT WANT TO TALK ABOUT IT!!! ITS THERE ASS!!!

IT IS, in the local people that you will get your truth!!! THEY HAVE to come out and expose the truth!!! it will be a great honor for them!!! or they can keep being held back!




and, as for the "AIR VENTS"!!!! THE RADIO TOWER SHACK/BUILDING!!! "HIDE IT IN PLANE SIGHT!!!" like they told you about the hotel, hide it in plane sight... the radio tower facility at the top of the mesa IS "part" of THE AIR VENT!!! it would ALSO have air vents miles and MILES away, and underground tunnels to bring in the air from those vents. make sure they are "cosmetically" camouflaged to look like the surrounding area, then underground, pump the air into your "secret underground base"... that way any one coming to the facility would NEVER find the air intake vents!!! the emergency air vents would have a underground crew to perform maintenance and a crew for security. theses vents will also have "air scrubber" filters and such in case they needed to filter the air.
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---SO THEY REALLY ARE HERE---


?!?!


5a
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We owe them -many thanks-.

We best straighten up right quick.

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