The FAA just posted a Temporary Flight Restriction north and northeast of R-4808N (Area 51) and around the entrance to Nevada National Security Site near Mercury, Nevada – – September 14, 2019

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RACHEL, NEVADA – – Septembe 14, 2019:

Airspace near Area 51 will be closed to news helicopters and drones during  ‘Storm Area 51’  Shitshow:

The FAA just posted a Temporary Flight Restriction north and northeast of R-4808N  (Area 51)  and also around the entrance to Nevada National Security Site (Nevada Test Site) near Mercury, Nevada – – according to the information provided on Dreamland Resort by Gregos, resident of Rachel, Nevada.

According to the FAA posting, this restriction will be in effect from September 19 to September 23.

The dates coincide with the dates of the upcoming  ‘Storm Area 51’  events and activities.

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‘Storm Area 51’ creator threatens legal action against former partner in Rachel, Nevada

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September 12, 2019:   CHANNEL 13 ACTION NEWS:

https://www.ktnv.com/news/matty-roberts-of-storm-area-51-fame-sends-cease-and-disist-letter-to-former-partner-in-rachel?fbclid=IwAR2a9fDVBiaQRIWjGLVveXFQUWXcQngXMCwBOB_phbiHSk7a2GGE2f8JtQ8

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) – –  The man behind the viral Storm Area 51 sensation wants his former partner to cancel her planned festival in rural Nevada next weekend, according to an attorney letter.

On Thursday, September 12, 13 Action News obtained a copy of the cease-and-desist letter addressed to Connie West, owner of the Little A’Le’Inn in Rachel.  This document was sent by a law firm representing Matty Roberts and another client Brock Daily.

In that letter Matty Roberts stated:  “It is also my understanding that you have sold over 2,400 tickets/camping spots for the Alienstock event and are still telling people the event is still happening in Rachel, Nevada.”

Roberts is the man who created the Storm Area 51 Facebook event that went viral and inspired a slew of Area 51 themed festivals and events in September.  Up until Monday, he was co-organizing a festival called Alien Stock in Rachel with West.

Alien Stock was on schedule to take place Sept. 19 through 22 in Rachel.

A TOTAL CONFUSION AT THIS MOMENT!!

As of this moment  (September 13, 2019)  Connie West of the LITTLE A-LE-INN states that the event will still happen in Rachel!!

Roberts had suddenly announced that he was splitting from the event earlier this week, citing transparency issues with business partners and safety concerns.  He has since announced a new partnership with the Downtown Events Center, joining their “Area 51 Celebration” event on Sept. 19 in Las Vegas.

West has previously said she is financially invested in the event.  She also provided 13 Action News with evidence of signed agreements for over 100 portable toilets, security and first responders.

According to Connie West:

“The following preparations have been made:

  • All city and county event permits have been obtained
  • 250 State security officials and private event security
  • 16 medical staff, 5 manned ambulances, and several medical tents
  • On-site well access with fauceting for all attendees
  • 500 gallons of emergency-reserve gasoline
  • 130+ Porta potties (6 handicap accessible)
  • 90+ Recycle Retainers and 6 full-sized dumpsters

Alienstock will feature 2 stages and 35+ artists.

A lineup of 20 bands and two comedians are also part of the festival plans.”

But here is a comment from Joeg Arnu, a resident of Rachel, Nevada”:

“What we have here is a case of the con artists getting conned.  I just don’t know who is the ultimate con artist.  All parties involved are guilty of mis-handling this because of their greed and will be held accountable when this is over.

If it was not for the fact that our community may get destroyed by a rioting mob next week I would sit back and enjoy the show.  But unfortunately at this time we expect riots when people find out that they were conned and none of the things promised are delivered.”

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Arrest made at Nevada Test Site, September 10, 2019 – – these two morons didn’t even know how to get to Area 51

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An arrest was made on September 10, 2019 at the Nevada National Security Site  (formerly known as Nevada Test Site).

These two morons didn’t even know how to get to Area 51.

Instead, they made an entry from Mercury, Nevada and crossed into Nevada National Security Site (Nevada Test Site). 

Area 51 is not located inside the security site.   Area 51 is located outside the far northeast corner of the site.   The Nevada National Security Site is located inside Nye County.   Area 51 is located inside Lincoln County

Each of these morons were released on $500 bail.   Their arraignment will be held on Monday, September 16 in Beatty in Nye County. 

Click and read the whole news article here:

https://www.ktnv.com/news/trespassing-arrest-made-at-area-51

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“Storm Area 51” and “Alienstock” events cancelled in Rachel, Nevada !! – – September 10, 2019

It was doomed from the beginning.

The “Storm Area 51” and “Alienstock” Events were cancelled in Rachel, Nevada !!

These events scheduled on September 20 in Rachel just became Fyre Fest 2.0 as we had predicted.

The creator of the Storm Area 51 movement pulled out because he feels the event is not safe and lacks organization.

With a week and a half to go no preparations have been made and no bands have been signed.

If any event still happens it is going to be a pretty sad affair with no bands, very little infrastructure and a lot of unhappy campers.

Here is Rachel, Nevada’s homepage:

http://www.rachel-nevada.com/

HERE IS NBC NEWS FROM SEPTEMBER 10, 2019:

https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/viral/storm-area-51-music-festival-cancelled-organizers-feared-fyrefest-2-n1052181

‘STORM AREA 51’ MUSIC FESTIVAL CANCELLED, ORGANIZERS FEARED A ‘FYREFEST 2.0’. – – as of September 10, 2019.

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Looks like no one will be seeing strange lights in the Nevada desert after all.

The “AlienStock” music festival, which was being organized in conjunction with the viral “Storm Area 51” Facebook event, has beeeen cancelled.

“We are not interested in, nor will we tolerate any involvement in a FYREFEST 2.0,” reads a statement posted yesterday on the festival’s website, citing “lack of infrastructure, poor planning, risk management and blatant disregard for the safety of the expected 10,000+ AlienStock attendees.”

The festival was being organized in part by Matty Roberts, the creator of the original joke Facebook page.

It was set to take place Sept. 20-22 in the town of Rachel, Nevada.

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HOWEVER, THERE IS NOW A TOTAL CONFUSION ABOUT THIS EVENT:

As of this moment (September 13, 2019)  Connie West of the LITTLE A-LE-INN states that the event will still happen in Rachel!!

West has previously said she is financially invested in the event.  She also provided 13 Action News with evidence of signed agreements for over 100 portable toilets, security and first responders.

According to Connie West:

“The following preparations have been made:

  • All city and county event permits have been obtained
  • 250 State security officials and private event security
  • 16 medical staff, 5 manned ambulances, and several medical tents
  • On-site well access with fauceting for all attendees
  • 500 gallons of emergency-reserve gasoline
  • 130+ Porta potties (6 handicap accessible)
  • 90+ Recycle Retainers and 6 full-sized dumpsters

Alienstock will feature 2 stages and 35+ artists.

A lineup of 20 bands and two comedians are also part of the festival plans.”

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A strange, close encounter case in Taos, New Mexico – – September 6, 2019

by Staci, Mattlock, TAOS NEWS – – September 6, 2019 – – https://www.taosnews.com/stories/close-encounter-of-the-hunters-and-aliens-kind,59354?fbclid=IwAR3303ELZ4Sy426SwTgbX0RUs2wJZ6PIMDlZ_68lRhuhLPrGty5cfq-dWWU

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Bow hunters Josh Brinkley and Daniel Lucero, dressed in camouflage gear, looked a little uncomfortable sitting in chairs at a local newspaper.

The Santa Fe County residents had just come into Taos after several days in rugged terrain near Cerro de la Olla, also called Pot Mountain, northwest of town near Ute Mountain.

They had a strange tale to tell and they weren’t sure of their reception.

“We’re a couple of guys that don’t believe in much, but we believe now,” Brinkley said.

They went hunting for elk.

They encountered aliens or something else so strange they don’t know what to call it.

Brinkley, 41, said he’s been going to the Pot Mountain area hunting for 15 years.  He had never seen anything particularly odd.

He said he works construction and on movie sets.  He’s a family guy who doesn’t want anyone to think he’s crazy.

He and Lucero have worked together for eight years.

They say they aren’t prone to seeing things and didn’t particularly believe in aliens.

ODD FIGURES

Opening morning of bow hunting season was Sunday (Sept. 1).  The two men had gone a couple of days early to scout the area for elk.  Lucero, 26, had never been there.

They set up along the tree line on different sides of a field and waited.  After three hours and no elk, Brinkley became restless.  It was about 9:30 a.m.

“I take off walking, creeping around through the woods, looking for elk,” Brinkley said.

He reached the top of the mountain where there’s a caldera, a kind of wide bowl left behind by a collapsed volcano.  He went to the edge on the southwest side.  As he walked to the edge he noticed two figures on his side of the caldera.  He thought at first they were hunters.  But, they were “very tall shapes of these beings, standing side by side, staring right at me,” he said.

He walked toward them across the brushy field.  He estimates they were about 35 yards away.  As a bow hunter, where measuring distance is critical to hitting a target, he said he’s pretty adept at it.  He went around the bush and looked again.  The figures were gone.

He looked around and didn’t see them.  “Figured I would talk to them.  They were gone, just gone,” Brinkley said.

He thought more about what he had seen:  With their lower half concealed by bushes in the caldera, he had only seen them from the waist up.  “The shape that would be like their heads, it looked like they had huge hoods on.  It looked like two ribbons coming off either side to a point at the top and bottom (like a banana).  The right side was black, left side was white and a little shiny.  Torsos were kind of black,  I couldn’t see many details.  It definitely looked like clothes.  In middle of the oval was just gray.”

He thought maybe it was the back of hunters’ heads.  “But it looked too strange, too crazy.”

Later, he drew what he could remember of them in a leather bound sketchbook he carries with him.  And he drew what he saw next.

WEIRDED OUT

Brinkley hurried back to where Lucero was still waiting.  Still no elk.  “I was a little weirded out,” he told his friend.

He told Lucero he had seen a couple of hunters and that’s probably what had scared off the elk.  He couldn’t bring himself at first to say what he might have just imagined.

They went back to camp.  “I couldn’t take it any more,” Brinkley said.  “I told him what I saw was weird.  They were too tall, their heads were too big to be hunters.”

“Anyone who knows me knows I don’t tell these weird stories.”

Lucero said he had known something was up when Brinkley had walked quickly and noisily up to his position at the field. Normally his friend is quiet, a hunter’s slower, more measured speed through the bushes.

After Brinkley told him, Lucero felt a little weird, too.  “I didn’t know what to believe,” Lucero said.

Brinkley kind of wrote off what he saw.

A STRANGE STRUCTURE

On Labor Day (Sept. 2), they headed out again to hunt early in the morning and hiked all around the area.  No elk.  They got back to their Jeep at about 2:30 p.m.

“We couldn’t figure out why there was no elk,” Brinkley said.

They decided to drive to the other side of the mountain and see if there were other hunters or four-wheelers scaring off the elk.  As they drove, the men saw no signs of any wildlife at all, they said.

They drove about 10 minutes, when they saw it.  They both work with movie sets.  At first they thought it was a movie base camp.  “It’s this big tent structure, like a circus tent, 50-60 feet tall.  Coming off the left of it was this long building, almost like what you would build for an archery lane for target practice.  It was a third the height, but really long, maybe a couple hundred feet.”

They were about a quarter mile away and couldn’t see the bottom of the structure.

They watched it for about a minute as they drove.

“What is it,” he asked Lucero, “a base camp for a movie?  Or are they building an alien ship set?”

They drove down a little hill, lost sight of the structure for at most five seconds, Brinkley said.

“When we topped the hill, it was gone.  Just gone.”

Lucero said he was watching it the whole time while Brinkley drove except for those few seconds.  “There was no dust, there was nothing,” Lucero said.

They drove around the area searching for what they had seen until dark.

Nothing.

“I just know it was real,” Brinkley said.  “It was huge and white and then gone.”

PROFOUNDLY UNSETTLING’

When the two men reached a place with cell signal, they told a few friends what they had seen.  They thought about calling the Air Force.  A friend put them in touch with Peter Davenport, longtime executive director of the National UFO Reporting Center in Washington state.

Davenport confirmed they had called him.  “It was a dramatic story,” he said.  “If it is true, it is profoundly unsettling.”

He said out of the thousands of calls he gets every year about supposed alien sightings, they rarely describe seeing aliens on the ground.

They aren’t the first hunters to see something they can’t explain.  Four hunters in Challis, Idaho, in 2000 described having a large triangular craft hover a couple of hundred feet above them before moving off over the mountains.

After listening to some 350,000 phone calls over 25 years, Davenport thinks he can tell those that are credible.

This was one of them, he said.

Brinkley and Lucero said they weren’t drinking and weren’t on drugs.

The hardest thing is telling their story.  “People probably think we are insane,” Brinkley said

He said he didn’t believe in UFOs.  “I sure do now,” he said.

Lucero said he doesn’t know about aliens.  “I just know I’ve never seen anything that big just disappear.”

“The two aliens, you can say I imagined that.  But you cannot explain something that big just – –  gone,” Brinkley said.

After telling their strange tale, the hunters did what they came to do – go try one more time to find elk.

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Rachel residents do not want ‘Storm Area 51’ and related events coming to their community on September 20

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AN URGENT PLEA TO THE GOVERNOR OF NEVADA, WRITTEN BY RACHEL RESIDENT REGARDING AN EVENT THAT MAY OR MAY NOT TAKE PLACE ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2019 – – a post from Dreamland Resort:

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Dear Governor Sisolak,

As a part-time resident of Rachel, Nevada, I am writing this letter to you to express my concerns regarding the “Storm Area 51” event next month.

Last week the Lincoln County Commissioner granted the permits for this event.

Rachel has zero infrastructure:  no police department, no fire, no hospital, no stores and no gas station.

It only has an Inn which is planning the event.

If someone needs serious medical attention the only way out is a casevac airlift to Las Vegas.

The sheriff is over 50 miles away in the small town of Alamo.

The sheriff already expressed he does not have the resources to handle this event.

I hear the security for this will be handled by the friends and family of the Inn who are the promoters.

Patrons are going to show up with empty gas tanks and nowhere near the amount of food and water needed.

In my opinion, the permits should have been rejected on these grounds.

The Inn will run out of food at some point and I feel this will turn into an ugly rioting mob.

I fear for the safety of my property and for the residents.

There will be no way to call for assistance as the limited cell service will be over loaded.

So with all this in mind, I humbly ask you to overturn the commissioners verdict and cancel the permits.

Thank you for your time, Governor.

Sincerely,

Jeffrey Gregos

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JEFFREY GREGOS IS  ASKING THE PUBLIC TO SUPPORT THEM BY WRITING TO THE GOVERNOR:

http://gov.nv.gov/ContacttheGovernor.aspx

His next letter will be one of protest to the Lincoln County Commissioner and one to the Sheriff.

He asks everyone to call the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office:

(775) 962-5151

Or, the Board of Commissioners:

Bevan Lister – District B
  (775) 962-1283 (cellphone) or (775) 962-5541

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 291, Pioche, NV 89043

P.S.

HERE IS AN UPDATE FROM JOERG ARNU OF DREAMLAND RESORT:

From Joerg Arnu, representing the residents of Rachel – – August 30, 2019:

“And here we are.

 Only 3 weeks out and the only visible sign of preparations at the LITTLE A’LE’INN is some halfhearted grading in one corner of their lot.

 No stage, no lights no fence, no preparations on the designated camp sites, no bands on the web site.

 We, the locals, are preparing for the worst but we hope it will go the way many grand plans here in Rachel tend to go.

 Nowhere.

 Except for the LITTLE A’LE’INN: They charge big bucks for nonrefundable camp sites, media tickets and vendor spots.

 So they will come out ahead no matter what.

 Think about it, why should they even bother.

 They make all their money upfront.  I say this has all the signs to become Fyre Festival 2.0.

 Well, the real reason for this disaster is some 20-year old punk, a greedy business in the community and an incompetent board of Lincoln County commissioners.

 I did go as far as taking it up to the office of NV Governor Sisolak.

 Not surprisingly…. crickets.

 I feel at this point my time is best spent building up defenses for my properties.

 If anyone wants to run with it, more power to them.

 Just to put things in perspective:

 While the LITTLE A’LE’INN has already made upward of $100k selling public land for camp sites  (yes, I said PUBLIC LAND)  most of us residents will end up spending $1,000 and more each to upgrade our property defenses.

 Not to mention our time and hard work.”

Some folks are saying not to go to Rachel, Nevada on September 20.
And that STORM AREA 51 IS A SCAM!!

EVENTS CANCELLED!! – – September 10, 2019.

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‘STORM AREA 51’ AND ‘ALIENSTOCK’ EVENTS CANCELLED IN RACHEL, NEVADA!!

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The first American Revolution took place on August 10, 1680 – – the Pueblo Revolt

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by Jonathan Smith, INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY:

Santa Fe, New Mexico

August 10, 2019:

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Pueblo people in New Mexico and Arizona celebrate the day their ancestors successfully drove out Spanish colonizers, allowing Pueblo cultures to survive and thrive.

August 10th marked the 339th anniversary of the Pueblo Revolt.

Pueblo communities in New Mexico and Arizona commemorate the day with various activities.

The Tesuque Pueblo held an early morning run from the Pueblo to the plaza in Santa Fe.

“Well today we are celebrating the two runners Catua and Omptua, the two runners from Tesuque Pueblo,” said, Gil Vigil, chairman of the eight northern pueblo council.

“The significant part if you will, (is) the preservation of traditional culture.  If we didn’t revolt in 1680, we would not have the traditions and culture we have today.  The songs, the dances we practice today.

Living the life we were instructed to live, from the time we set foot upon this earth.  So for us Pueblo people 1680 is a date that will live in infamy as they say in history.  This event reminds us of who we are as Pueblo people.  So for those of you not aware of our culture, the Pueblo Revolt was the first revolution on this continent for independence from a foreign nation. T hat is the purpose of our event today.”

One hundred miles to the south, in the Pueblo of Jemez, Cliff Fragua considered how the Pueblo Revolt impacts his work and his life.  He has the distinction of creating an iconic sculpture of Po’pay.  It’s in Statuary Hall at the U.S. Capitol representing the state of New Mexico.  Fragua’s respect for the historical event is evident.

“I live it everyday, let’s put it that way, because I live here in Jemez Pueblo.  It’s a small community but we still retain our language, our culture, and our traditions.  I participate communally with the traditions when it comes to farming and ceremony and whatever traditions we follow.  I think it is really important that we continue those.  If the 1680 revolt had not occurred we wouldn’t be where we are at today and we wouldn’t have what we have today.

And I think it is highly important that we think about that almost on a daily basis.  We should be grateful and appreciative of such an occurrence to happen.  Although it got to that point, it had to happen for our survival as Pueblo people.”

Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber read a proclamation for the day naming it, Saturday August 10th, 2019 Pueblo of Tesuque 1680 Pueblo Revolt Commemoration Day.

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HOWEVER:

In 1688, Don Diego de Vargas was appointed Governor of New Mexico, though he did not arrive to assume his duties until February 22, 1691.   He was assigned with the task of reconquering and pacifying the New Mexico territory for Spain.  In July 1692, de Vargas and a small contingent of soldiers returned to Santa Fe.   They surrounded the city and called on the Pueblo people to surrender, promising clemency if they would swear allegiance to the King of Spain and return to the Christian faith.   After meeting with de Vargas, the Pueblo leaders agreed to surrender, and on September 12, 1692 de Vargas proclaimed a formal act of repossession.

De Vargas’ repossession of New Mexico is often called a bloodless reconquest, since the territory was initially retaken without any use of force.   Later, when de Vargas returned to Mexico in early 1693 to retrieve a group of settlers, they had to fight their way into Santa Fe.   Warriors from four of the pueblos sided with the colonists, but most opposed them.   When the capital had been taken, Don Diego ordered some 70 of the Pueblo men killed.   Women and children were distributed as servants to the colonists.   Similar bloody fighting occurred at many of the other pueblos before the governor felt that the native people had truly submitted to his and the king’s authority.   The end of widespread hostilities did not mean an end to Pueblo resentment over continued heavy-handed treatment by the colonists.   The plundering of Pueblo stocks of corn and other supplies, to sustain the struggling colony, was a periodic occurrence that inflamed animosity. By the end of the century the Spanish colonization was essentially solidified.

THE 1680 PUEBLO REVOLT WAS ABOUT NATIVE RESISTANCE

“To celebrate Pueblo resistance as just a fleeting memory is contrary to combating the settler state today, and we cannot begin to take on the various issues that crush and kill us in our communities unless we name the systems that uphold them:  settler colonialism, capitalism and imperialism!!” – – Jennifer Marley

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