Norio Hayakawa, an unorthodox researcher of UFO culture and beliefs

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Norio Hayakawa, researcher, journalist, musician and composer, and citizen advocate.

Norio is the Director of the CIVILIAN INTELLIGENCE NEWS SERVICE, an alternative news service for the Citizens’ Oversight Committee on Government Accountability.

He has spent many years investigating Area 51 in Nevada to determine the facts on the importance of that facility.

In 1990 Norio accompanied a Japanese TV crew to document the goings-on near Area 51. The Japanese TV crew and Norio also visited Dulce, New Mexico immediately following their investigations in Nevada.

In March of 2009 Norio organized the first “Underground Base” conference in Dulce, New Mexico. Norio subsequently spoke at several conferences discussing the “alleged” Dulce base.

Although Norio takes a skeptical position when it comes to an actual physical underground base in Dulce, he believes that both Area 51 and Dulce have become two of the most popular topics today, a fascination that is capturing the attention of a segment of the population.

Norio’s research in the field of ufology and related subjects has spanned several decades.

Although Norio also takes a skeptical position when it comes to UFOs as conclusive evidence of physical alien visitation to our planet, he believes that there is no other topic more important to humanity than the topic of “UFOs” and “beliefs in UFOs and Aliens”.

His special interest is in this pervasive “UFO Culture and Beliefs” (including beliefs in Global Conspiracies) which have become an important aspect of America’s culture. He says that this has become a social, cultural and psychological phenomenon as well.

He speculates that with the help of German scientists and engineers (acquired through Operation Paperclip of 1945, immediately following the conclusion of WWII), the U.S. military secretly conducted test flights of crescent-shaped flying wing aircraft (allegedly some improved versions of Horton 229) over the deserts of southern New Mexico in 1945, 1946 and 1947.

He also speculates that an accidental crash in 1947 (in New Mexico) of one of these craft may have necessitated the creation of convenient “cover stories” (or “staged” events) which were conveniently promoted later on by a manipulative force or “intelligence” (human or a non-human type of consciousness) to bring about the beginning of an “agenda” or some type of a gradual, conditioning of belief systems programmed for future unknown “scenarios”, partially reflecting the thoughts of Dr. Jacques Vallee, the world’s foremost authority on the UFO phenomenon in his opinion:

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Norio has spoken nationwide at several conferences and appeared as guest on many radio and internet programs, including several appearances on Coast to Coast AM, as well as Japanese television.

THE CIVILIAN INTELLIGENCE NEWS SERVICE

E-mail = noriohayakawa@gmail.com

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3 thoughts on “Norio Hayakawa, an unorthodox researcher of UFO culture and beliefs

    • Well, that clears it up!

      Not.

      Is it possible to write a vaguer paragraph?

      ;-((

      “He also speculates that an accidental crash in 1947 (in New Mexico) of one of these craft may have necessitated the creation of convenient “cover stories” (and “staged” events) which were conveniently promoted later on by a manipulative force or “intelligence” (whether it be a human or a non-human type of consciousness) to bring about the beginning of an “agenda” or some type of a gradual, conditioning of belief systems programmed for future unknown “scenarios”, partially reflecting the thoughts of Dr. Jacques Vallee, the world’s foremost authority on the UFO phenomenon in his opinion.”

      What was the “cover story?” What were the “staged events?” What was the motivation? If this was a flying wing, why didn’t they notice that? Who were the small victims of the crash, or were those part of a “cover story?” Is someone wanting the public to believe in UFOs, or NOT believe in them? What the heck is the writer trying to say?

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      • The entire subject matter of the UFO phenomenon is a vague subject matter, to begin with.
        It’s like discussing about God.
        No one knows for sure what the real truth behind the UFO phenomenon is.
        Everything about the UFO phenomenon is speculation.
        The day speculations end will be the day when an actual physical alien spacecraft and its occupants lands on the lawn of the White House or any globally recognized location under the scrutiny of the world’s scientists, the entire media and the public with live globally simulcast television coverage……which hasn’t happened yet.

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