Another sensational Area 51 claim by another “alleged” whistleblower

Bill Uhouse 2

(the late Bill Uhouse……photo taken in 1994 in Nevada)

by JohnThomas Didymus of INQUISITR — May 30, 2016:


Alien and UFO conspiracy theorists believe whistleblower testimonies prove that top-secret alien technology reverse-engineering research work is ongoing at several underground alien-government facilities across the country. The whistleblower testimonies, according to conspiracy theorists, also prove that the government is covering up the truth about contact with extraterrestrial races and access to exotic alien technology.

Many whistleblowers claim to have worked as government scientists and engineering contractors at several underground alien-government research facilities, such as the top-secret Area 51 military base in the Nevada desert.

Conspiracy theorists believe that alien UFOs recovered from crash sites are being stored at top-secret government facilities, such as Area 51 and the Dulce underground facility.

Conspiracy theorists also believe that in addition to badly burned alien corpses recovered from the Roswell crash site in 1947, the military authorities also rescued alien survivors from inside the crashed UFO. The alien survivors were taken to Area 51 where they were forced to help government scientists and engineers to reverse-engineer the propulsion technology of their exotic craft.

Conspiracy theorists cite testimonies by several whistle-blowers as proof of ongoing work at Area 51 to reverse-engineer alien propulsion technology.
One of the whistle-blowers was Bill Uhouse, a man in his 70s, who claimed he worked from 1966 through 1979 as an engineer at the top-secret Area 51 facility in collaboration with a Grey alien.
According to Uhouse, who passed away in 2009, he worked as a mechanical engineer at Area 51 with a Grey alien known as “J-Rod.”

Claim by mechanical engineer Bill Uhouse (Courtesy, FindingUFO):

He claimed to have worked with “J-Rod” to construct a flight simulator for the training of Air Force pilots who would fly advanced USAF stealth reconnaissance craft developed through reverse-engineering studies of alien UFOs.

According to Uhouse, he communicated with “J-Rod” by using a Grey alien technology adapted for use with humans. The technology allowed human scientists and engineers working with Grey aliens to communicate via telepathy aided by a sophisticated translator software.

Bill Uhouse interviewed in 1994 in Nevada (Courtesy, Miles Johnston):

According to Bill Uhouse, “J-Rod” showed humans at the facility how to control and fly an alien UFO.
It is claimed that there are different races of the Greys. Grey alien races include Tall, Short Greys, and Greys with size comparable to humans. But it is uncertain which of the three major Grey races “J-rod” represented.

Going by the testimony of whistleblowers like Uhouse and several others who have come forward with information, it can be surmised that there are extraterrestrial races or civilizations that are scientifically and technologically far more advanced that ours.

Uhouse claimed that alien tech reverse-engineering research activity involving aliens and humans was ongoing at a number of massive underground facilities across the country. Some of the better known facilities include the Area 51 research facility and the Dulce underground research facility.

Bill Uhouse talks about re-engineering an ET Craft (Courtesy, Sirius Disclosure):

The Dulce alien-government underground facility, located under the Archuleta Mesa near Dulce in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, is believed widely to be much larger and more important than Area 51.
It is believed that construction of the alien-government facilities began under the administrations of Presidents Harry Truman and Dwight Eisenhower. They were built to house Grey, Reptilian and Tall White alien scientists.
The treaty with the Greys and the Reptilians included an agreement that the government would allow the aliens to establish underground research facilities where alien scientists would conduct bio-genetic research to develop advanced alien-human hybrids.

To facilitate the alleged bio-genetic research program, the U.S. government permitted the aliens to abduct a limited number of humans for use as research guinea pigs.
Aliens use top-secret underground bases for sinister, Nazi-style bio-genetic research to develop human-alien hybrids, according to conspiracy theorists.

Grey and Reptilian aliens needed to develop Grey-human and Reptilian-human hybrids to save their races from extinction, according to conspiracy theorists.
The aliens agreed in return to grant the U.S. government access to advanced alien technology, especially aerospace technology.

UFO conspiracy theorists claim that most cases of alien abduction involve Greys and Reptilians using humans for sinister, Nazi-style bio-genetic research as part of efforts to develop human-alien hybrids.

And there are rumors that the Greys and Reptilians are violating the terms of the agreement with the U.S. government that limit the number of humans they are allowed to abduct for the purpose of their bio-genetic research program. Although the U.S. authorities are aware that the aliens are violating the terms of the agreement under which treaties were signed in the 1950s, they have been unable to stop the violations.
The underground facilities are equipped with sprawling laboratories and engineering workshops. The facilities also have sections where extraterrestrials and abducted humans used as research guinea pigs are held captive.

According to Uhouse, there may be hundreds or even thousands of Grey aliens working with Pentagon on advanced technologies as part of efforts to keep their side of the bargain with the U.S. government.



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Vatican tries to snuff out Fatima conspiracy theories

A statue of Our Lady of Fatima is carried through the crowd May 12 at the Marian shrine of Fatima in central Portugal. Thousands of pilgrims arrived at the shrine to attend the 99th anniversary of the first apparition of Mary to three shepherd children. Lucia dos Santos and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, received the first of several visions May 13, 1917. (CNS photo/Rafael Marchante, Reuters)
A statue of Our Lady of Fatima is carried through the crowd May 12 at the Marian shrine of Fatima in central Portugal. Thousands of pilgrims arrived at the shrine to attend the 99th anniversary of the first apparition of Mary to three shepherd children. Lucia dos Santos and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Marto, received the first of several visions May 13, 1917. (CNS photo/Rafael Marchante, Reuters)

May 28, 2016
by Cindy Wooden of Catholic News Service


When then-Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger met the press in 2000 for the formal release of the so-called Third Secret of Fatima, he said he knew many people would be disappointed.

Almost 16 years later, at the beginning of a yearlong preparation for the 100th anniversary of the apparition of our Lady of Fatima in 2017, now-retired Pope Benedict XVI is still dealing with people not convinced the secret is really out.
An online journal called OnePeterFive published an article May 15 claiming that shortly after then-Cardinal Ratzinger released the secret and his commentary, affirming that it was the complete text, he told a German priest that, in fact, it was not.

“There is more than what we published,” the article claimed the cardinal told Father Ingo Dollinger. The article went further: “He also told Dollinger that the published part of the secret is authentic and that the unpublished part of the secret speaks about ‘a bad council and a bad Mass’ that was to come in the near future.”

A statement released May 21 by the Vatican press office said Pope Benedict “declares ‘never to have spoken with Professor Dollinger about Fatima,’ clearly affirming that the remarks attributed to Professor Dollinger on the matter ‘are pure inventions, absolutely untrue,’ and he confirms decisively that ‘the publication of the Third Secret of Fatima is complete.’”

The Vatican’s publication of “The Message of Fatima” in 2000 included a photocopy of the text handwritten in 1944 by Carmelite Sister Lucia dos Santos, the last survivor of the three children who saw Mary at Fatima in 1917.

Speculation naturally swirls around secrets, and when a secret is held for decades, the assumptions gain ground and followers.

The common message of Marian apparitions throughout the centuries has been: pray and convert. But a message read only by a few popes and their closest aides? There had to be something more to it to justify keeping it so secret, many people thought.

When Ratzinger presented the text in the Vatican press office June 26, 2000, he told reporters that the choice of St. John XXIII and Blessed Paul VI to withhold publication and St. John Paul II’s decision to delay it was not a “dogmatic decision but one of prudence.”

But, he said, “looking back, I would certainly say that we have paid a price” for the delay, which allowed the spread of apocalyptic theories about its contents.
Meeting the press that day, the first words out of his mouth were: “One who carefully reads the text of the so-called third secret of Fatima will probably be disappointed or surprised after all the speculation there has been.”

The text, he said, uses “symbolic language” to describe “the church of the martyrs of the century now past,” particularly the victims of two world wars, Nazism and Communism.

………………but what was most difficult for many to believe after the secret spent more than 40 years in a Vatican vault was what the text did not contain.
“No great mystery is revealed,” Ratzinger said. “The veil of the future is not torn.”

In a 1996 interview with Portugal’s main Catholic radio station, the cardinal — who already had read the secret — tried the reasonable, tradition-based approach to pointing out what was and was not in the message.

The Virgin does not engage in sensationalism; she does not create fear,” he said. “She does not present apocalyptic visions, but guides people to her Son.”
Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI five years after the text was published. If there was more to the secret, he had eight years of complete freedom as supreme pontiff to share what supposedly was withheld.

Marianist Father Johann Roten, a former student of then-Father Joseph Ratzinger who for years headed the Marian Research Institute at the University of Dayton, said “no doubt there is truth” in what many Fatima devotees see as “the moral decline in the church.”

“The difficulty is in the method” many of them choose to convince others of the need for conversion and prayer, Roten said in an email response to questions.
“The method tends to be magico-ritualistic, based on the conviction that a particular act,” such as the consecration of Russia performed in a particular way, “will solve all problems,” he said.

“Apparitions always stress the message of Christ,” Roten said. Mary urges “prayer, conversion and practical manifestations of one’s faith.”

“Warnings are part of the message, not always, but especially in times of imminent social catastrophe,” including Fatima before the Russian Revolution, he said.
“Unfortunately, these general messages are frequently overlooked. Instead the attention is given to sensationalism — a rosary turning golden — or apocalypticism — doomsday warnings — which never represent the essential part and reasons of such events,” Roten said.

Speaking to reporters traveling with him to Fatima in 2010, Pope Benedict repeated what he had said 10 years earlier: The text was open to interpretation, but the heart of the Fatima message was a call “to ongoing conversion, penance, prayer and the three theological virtues: faith, hope and charity.”

Yes, he said, the church constantly is under attack — “attacks from within and without — yet the forces of good are also ever present and, in the end, the Lord is more powerful than evil and Our Lady is for us the visible, motherly guarantee of God’s goodness, which is always the last word in history.”



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Interesting recent study on health benefits of olive oil


After spending more than a month recently in Italy, southern France, Spain and Portugal, we have become great fans of virgin olive oil.
Here is an interesting recent article entitled Olive Oil: Health Benefits and Nutritional Information, written by Christian Nordqvist in Medical News Today:

Olive oil, rich in monounsaturated fatty acids, is a major component of the Mediterranean diet.

Populations from that region have longer life expectancies and lower risks of heart disease, high blood pressure and stroke, compared with North Americans and Northern Europeans.

Monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) are considered a healthy dietary fat, as opposed to saturated fats and trans fats.

This MNT Knowledge Center feature is part of a collection of articles on the health benefits of popular foods.

What is olive oil?

Olive oil is a fat obtained from the fruit of the Olea europaea (olive tree), a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean region, where whole olives are pressed to produce olive oil.

The oil is used in cosmetics, medicine, cooking and soaps, and was also used as a fuel for traditional lamps. Although originating in the Mediterranean countries, today it is used worldwide.

Greece has the highest olive oil intake per person in the world. Greeks consume, on average, 24 liters per-person-per-year, according to the North American Olive Oil Association1. Spaniards and Italians consume about 15 and 13 liters-per-person-per year, respectively.

Possible health benefits of olive oil

Over the last 50 years, there have been thousands of studies examining the health benefits of olive oil. Below are some examples:

Olive oil and the cardiovascular system

Olive oil and olives

In 2010, more than 45% of global olive oil production came from Spain.
Olive oil is the main source of dietary fat in the Mediterranean diet, which is associated with a low death rate from cardiovascular diseases compared to other parts of the world.

Maria-Isabel Covas, at the Parc de Recerca Biomèdica de Barcelona, Spain, carried out an extensive review of studies that had focused on the biological and clinical effects of olive oil.
The study was published in the journal Pharmacological Research.
The study found that people who regularly consume olive oil are much less likely to develop cardiovascular diseases, including hypertension (high blood pressure), stroke, and hyperlipidemia (high blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels).

Covas also found that regular olive oil intake helps reduce inflammation, endothelial dysfunction (problems with the inner linings of blood vessels), thrombosis and carbohydrate metabolism.

Covas concluded “The wide range of *anti-atherogenic effects associated with olive oil consumption could contribute to explain the low rate of cardiovascular mortality found in Southern European Mediterranean countries, in comparison with other western countries, despite a high prevalence of coronary heart disease risk factors.”

*Anti-atherogenic means preventing the hardening of the arteries and the development of atherosclerosis.

Frying with olive oil and heart disease risk

People who regularly eat foods fried in olive oil do not have a higher risk of heart disease or premature death, researchers at the Autonomous University of Madrid in Spain reported in the BMJ (British Medical Journal).

In this study, Professor Pilar Guallar-Castillón and colleagues surveyed 40,757 adults aged from 26 to 69 years over an 11-year period. They focused on the people’s cooking methods and dietary habits. None of the participants had heart disease when the study started.
The team defined fried meals as food that had only been prepared by frying it. Participants were also asked whether their fried food was sautéed, battered or crumbed.

The researchers concluded:
“In a Mediterranean country where olive and sunflower oils are the most commonly used fats for frying, and where large amounts of fried foods are consumed both at and away from home, no association was observed between fried food consumption and the risk of coronary heart disease or death.”

Olive oil may help prevent stroke

Dr. Cécilia Samieri, from the University of Bordeaux and the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSERM) in Bordeaux, France, and colleagues reported in the journal Neurology that olive oil may prevent strokes in older people.

The team found that older people who regularly used olive oil for cooking and salad dressing or with bread had a 41% lower risk of stroke, compared with their counterparts who never consumed it.
Dr. Samieri said, “Stroke is so common in older people and olive oil would be an inexpensive and easy way to help prevent it.”

Depression risk and olive oil

People whose diets are high in trans fats – fast foods and mass-produced foods like pastries – may have a higher risk of depression, compared with those whose diets are rich in mono- and polyunsaturated fats.

According to a study carried out at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria in Spain and published in PLoS ONE, olive oil appears to have a slight protective effect regarding depression risk.

Dr. Almudena Sánchez-Villegas and colleagues added that their findings stood even after taking into account people’s overall diet, physical activity and lifestyle.

The research team gathered and analyzed data on 12,000 volunteers over a period of 6 years. Their average age at the start of the study was 37.5 years. They had all regularly completed a 136-item questionnaire which had information on their dietary habits, lifestyle, and physical and mental health.

The investigators counted the number of people with depression at the start of the study and then again during each follow-up. Cases of depression had to be those clinically diagnosed by a doctor.
The study authors found that when they compared the volunteers who consumed trans fats regularly with individuals whose dietary fat consisted primarily of olive oil, the trans fat consumers had a 48% higher risk of developing depression.

The amount of trans fat consumed was directly related to depression risk – the more they ate, the higher the risk.

Olive oil may reduce breast cancer risk

A team of scientists at the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain found a key mechanism by which virgin olive oil protects the body against breast cancer, in contrast to other vegetable oils.
The researchers decoded a complete cascade of signals within the cells of breast tumors that are activated by virgin olive oil. They concluded that the oil reduces the activity of p21Ras, an oncogene, prevents DNA damage, encourages tumor cell death, and triggers changes in protein signaling pathways.

The team found that while corn oil – which is rich in n-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids – increased the aggressiveness of tumors, virgin olive oil had the opposite effect.

They demonstrated that virgin olive oil is linked to a higher incidence of benign (non-cancerous) breast tumors.

Olive oil helps maintain healthy cholesterol levels

A Japanese study published in the Medical Science Monitor showed that LDL-cholesterol mean concentrations were lowered in 28 outpatients who were given olive oil supplements once a day for six weeks.
LDL (low density lipoprotein) is often referred to as “bad cholesterol”. The “good cholesterol” is called HDL (high density lipoprotein).

The study authors concluded “These results point to an overwhelmingly beneficial influence of olive oil on the lipoprotein spectrum.”
On the next page we look at some of the other possible health benefits of olive oil, including helping prevent alzheimer’s disease and acute pancreatitis and protecting your liver. We also look at the nutritional breakdown of olive oil.



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Photos from our final 5 days in Spain…..May 20 to May 25, 2016

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With the cathedral in the background
– May 22, 2016, in Segovia, Spain….photo by my wife Sue Hayakawa


Sue Hayakawa, with the castle in the background.
– May 22, 2016, in Segovia, Spain.


My wife Sue Hayakawa in front of a 2000-year old Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain….look how small she is, compared to the mega-structure.
– May 22, 2016


In front of a 2000-year old Roman aqueduct in Segovia, Spain
– May 22, 2016


May 21, 2016
– at the train station in Aranjuez, Spain


My wife Sue Hayakawa at one of the gardens of the palace in Aranjuez, Spain
– May 21, 2016


May 21, 2016
– next to a part of the palace in Aranjuez, Spain….the palace with its gardens was built alongside an outlet of the Tajo river


Sue Hayakawa, outside the palace in Aranjuez, Spain
– May 21, 2016


May 21, 2016
in front of the palace in Aranjuez, Spain


Sue Hayakawa seated inside a train going from Chamartin station in Madrid to Aranjuez.
-May 21, 2016….Chamartin station is not as crowded as Atocha station in Madrid


My wife Sue Hayakawa in the Metro (subway) train in Madrid.
May 21, 2016….Madrid has an excellent Train/Metro (subway) system.




My comments on Annie Jacobsen’s book AREA 51


Here are my comments on the controversy behind Annie Jacobsen’s fascinating and provocative book which was written in 2011.
But before you read my comments (which is located near the end of this blog), let me clarify something.

First of all, it is so unfortunate that the first and practically the only thing the vast majority of the readers of this 500-page book talk about is what is included in the last 8 pages in which Jacobsen simply quotes from an ‘anonymous’ E.G. & G. employee (who happened to be only one of close to a hundred former employees that she interviewed) who apparently told her his ridiculous claim that the Roswell “crash” of 1947 was an intentional act by Stalin’s Soviet Union which flew a Nazi flying wing aircraft from Russia and crashed it over New Mexico, with deformed, genetically experimented small humans on board that the Nazis had created.

Annie Jacobsen herself had never made such a ridiculous assertion. She was simply quoting from her “anonymous” former E.G. & G. employee (who later turned out to be Alfred O’Donnell who had joined the defense contractor in 1947 when it was established. Apparently it was disinformation that O’Donnell provided to her.

Jacobsen also knew it was disinformation, but nevertheless included it in her book because of its sensational value.


(Alfred O’Donnell in 1955 when Area 51 came into existence, with E.G. & G. as the initial contractor. O’Donnell himself was already with E.G. & G. when the contractor was established in 1947)

Was it “counter” disinformation over intended disinformation on the part of Alfred O’Donnell?

Whatever the case may be, it had become (intentionally or not) a brilliant marketing strategy for her book!!

Annie Jacobsen’s book is well written, riveting and thought-provoking!!

The interesting question, however, is:

Did she intentionally allow many gullible reviewers (even a few military aviation enthusiasts who fell into this entrapment) to exclusively focus on the controversy…. (i.e., the last 8 pages which have little to do with the rest of her thick and rather straightforward book) ?

Indeed it seems that most reviewers (including a New York Times reviewer, and even L.A. Times itself) were sidetracked by this provocative item and unwittingly played a role in sensationalizing her book.

Her ‘anonymous’ interviewee (no longer anonymous, as I stated…Alfred O’Donnell of E.G. & G.) may also have fallen for the trap by agreeing to throw in an obvious piece of disinformation (which he may well have been aware of, as well as Jacobsen herself….as disinformation) for her book.

(as I stated, Alfred O’Donnell had joined E.G. & G. in 1947 when the defense contractor was established)

The strategy seemed to have worked and the book became a top-seller.
It was quite brilliant.

* The book definitely brings up a very important topic, i.e., the significance of Operation Paperclip that played a major role in the subsequent development of America’s Black Budget programs.


It has always been my understanding that in 1945, immediately after the end of World War II, the U.S. brought in many German scientists and engineers (as well as some former SS intelligence officers) to New Mexico through that program.

After arriving at Wright Patterson Army Air Field in Ohio, it is said that many were then transferred and initially stationed at Albuquerque’s Kirtland Army Air Field (present Kirtland AFB) and Ft. Bliss, Texas. Some of the scientists and engineers were then relocated to Los Alamos.


Others were transferred to White Sands Missile Ranges.
Many of the German engineers played some significant roles in the development and testing of U.S. rocketry (as well as other military projects) in the late 1940’s.

It has always been my understanding that the U.S. military also secretly began to test-fly several prototypes of unconventional, flying wing aircraft (some with Ramjet engines) which the Germans developed in the early 1940’s, including a few of the Horten brothers’ flying wings.



(All this, in addition to possibly other even more ‘unconventional’ German aircraft.)

It is said that one of the Horten brothers’ fying wing aircraft may even have reached speeds of up to 500 miles per hour when tested in Germany in 1943, even though it had a limited range of less than 1000 miles.



With the help of these scientists and engineers, it is my conjecture that the U.S. military secretly conducted these flight tests over the deserts of southern New Mexico and elsewhere.
Other flight tests may also have been conducted in wide areas in the Western states, extending from Washington all the way to Texas.

Some of these prototypes of flying wing aircraft were crescent-shaped. Some others were delta-shaped or manta ray-shaped.

It is very possible that accidental crashes of some of these craft may have necessitated the creation (and even “staging”) of convenient “cover stories”.

Therefore it is my personal belief that it was the U.S., and not Stalin and the Soviets, that acquired several of the most technologically significant flying wing prototypes (and information pertaining to that technology).

Stalin and the Soviets, no doubt, also got hold of many German scientists and engineers through their own “version” of Paperclip but it was at one time my conjecture that what may have possibly crashed accidentally in New Mexico was not from Soviet Russia.

If it indeed (the big If) had accidentally crashed, it was most likely of German origin, acquired, modified and developed further by the U.S. and test-flown by the U.S. within New Mexico.

And this, I believe is the crux of the so-called ‘disinformation’ (the Stalin and Soviet Russia’s role) intentionally thrown in by the ‘anonymous’ interviewee (Alfred O’Donnell of E.G. & G.) in Annie Jacobsen’s book.


By the way, it is obvious by now that this book has become a very sensitive and emotional issue and has created an awkward situation especially among some of those who were directly involved at Area 51 and had sacrificed so much in fulfilling their patriotic assignments.

Here is what T.D. Barnes, president of the Roadrunners Internationale (association of former Area 51 employees), said of Annie Jacobsen’s book on AREA 51:

“Instead of enjoying a great book that the DOD and DOE families can be proud of and share with their families, the aging Roadrunners are having to show up at Jacobsen’s book signings, not to promote her book, but to set the record straight and clear their names and legacy. However, take away the final chapter, Area 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base is a great book that Annie Jacobsen put her heart and soul into and is CERTAINLY ONE THAT SHOULD BE READ”.

T.D. Barnes
President, Roadrunners Internationale


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Area 51……we need to come to grips with reality

(Area 6 at Yucca Lake in the foreground, Papoose Lake and Groom Lake/Area 51 – – – – – – CLICK THE PHOTO FOR ENLARGEMENT)


Once in a while it’s good to come to grips with reality.
Here is an excellent comment by Peter Merlin, military aviation historian (of Dreamland Resort – – May 18, 2016):

“I have never heard of any actual former Area 51 workers making UFO/alien claims. Thousands of people have worked at Groom Lake over the years, and it is easy to find and speak with many of them, representing a wide cross section of government/military/industry types with job specialties ranging from janitor to base commander.

So far, none of those that I have spoken with have ever confirmed any UFO rumors.

People who actively work in classified programs are supposed to remain anonymous. They don’t tell their friends and families about their work, and they do not want to have their pictures taken when they are entering or leaving a classified facility. If their identities are exposed, then it might be possible for a foreign agent to compromise them. That is why they cover their faces.

Just because Lazar worked at Los Alamos as a contractor doesn’t make him a nuclear physicist. Working as a contractor for NASA didn’t make me a rocket scientist. Lazar’s documented educational background does not appear to support his claims either. There is no way for the government or anyone else to completely erase his records.”




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Dulce, New Mexico, is now part of America’s UFO Culture and Lore

Dulce, New Mexico

by JohnThomas Didymus of INQUISITOR — May 14, 2016:

Reported UFO sightings by residents of Dulce, New Mexico, headquarters of the Jicarilla Apache Reservation in northern New Mexico, have attracted media attention recently.

Following multiple claims of UFO sightings in Dulce and stories about a massive underground joint government-alien research base in the area, many conspiracy theorists have argued that focus on Roswell, also in New Mexico, is misplaced.

Residents of Dulce have claimed multiple UFO sightings believed to be linked to an alleged top-secret underground alien base located under the Archuleta Mesa (and Mt. Archuleta) near the town.

There is a hardcore group of UFO and alien enthusiasts who believe that Dulce (and not Area 51) is the location of the U.S. government’s major top-secret alien technology research facility.

Residents claim to have photographed UFOs hovering and flying over the town.

There have also been reports of black military helicopters linked with UFO sightings.
The mysterious helicopters with roving bright lights reportedly hover in the night sky over the mountain plateau.

Geraldine Julian, 78, resident of Dulce, claimed multiple UFO sightings and encounters over more than five decades, according to SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN.

Julian claims to have seen a “large spaceship” hovering over a property she owns outside the town.

“The whole town of Dulce, whoever you want to talk to, they’ll tell you what they’ve seen — a lot of them”, she said, and added, “It’s not just a fairy tale. All the things are true, and I believe every last one of them, too, because I’ve seen it myself”.

She described the “spaceship” she saw as having a flat bottom with a domed top.

Another resident claimed to have snapped a photo of a UFO. The man who preferred to remain anonymous due to the fear of losing his job as a government employee, said he photographed a UFO with many lights floating in the air at about 3:00 a.m.

He also snapped two photographs of UFOs that appeared in the sky in daytime.

He showed the photos to the SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN reporter but refused to allow them to be published.

Dulce residents claim that the UFOs originate from underneath the Archuleta Mesa, overlooking Dulce along the Colorado-New Mexico border.

The history of the alleged top-secret government-alien base located deep beneath Mt. Archuleta goes back to 1979 when an Albuquerque businessman Paul Bennewitz claimed to have picked up signals from an alien spacecraft in orbit. He later claimed to have traced the signals to the Archuleta Mesa near Dulce.

Bennewitz concluded after conducting investigations that the mountain was the site of a top-secret underground research base, allegedly a government-alien joint venture established through a treaty with extraterrestrials by the Eisenhower administration.

Dulce Base :



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