(Above – – explosion from Project Gasbuggy, conducted on December 10, 1967, 22 miles from Dulce)
(Project Gasbuggy, conducted on December 10, 1967, 22 miles from Dulce)
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Underground nuclear explosion near Dulce, New Mexico in 1967:
Although this 1967 experiment was intended to ease the flow of natural gas in the surrounding areas, the after-effect of this test was not all positive:
Radiation slowly began to leak in the surrounding areas.
Dulce, New Mexico is not about aliens.
It is about humans and the lingering health problems that have been kept from the public.
There is no credible evidence whatsoever of the existence of a physical Dulce underground base in New Mexico.
(Moreover, as far as UFOs are concerned, it is my personal belief that while the UFO phenomenon itself may be real and is still unsolved, it does not seem to represent any conclusive evidence of any physical extraterrestrial visitations to our Earth, so far.)
No, Dulce is not about aliens.
It’s about a lingering human problem that has been hidden from the public unintentionally.
Hidden behind the veil of outlandish rumors about the so-called “alien” base, the reality of the matter is that Dulce is pre-eminently about the lingering health issues affecting the community, i.e., the ongoing effects of radiation that leaked out in the neighboring areas from the 1967 Project Gasbuggy that took place just about 22 miles southwest of Dulce.
This is the reason why the Dulce area has had a high rate of cancer and a high rate of infertility.
That is basically what Dulce, New Mexico is about, not about aliens.
Is it also likely that the government conducted tests on radiation by selectively choosing particular cows in the Dulce area, beginning in the mid 1970s?
Did this type of research involve analyses of certain organs and tissues and did it also involve clandestine operations utilizing unmarked helicopters?
We just don’t know.
There is no conclusive evidence for it.
But the health-related issue must come out in the open.
Here is a powerful testimony from a member of the Jicarilla Apache Nation:
I am a member of The Jicarilla Apache Nation.
My father passed from a brain tumor in 06.
My Mother was just diagnosed on 1-13-17 with a brain tumor.
I honestly believe there are no coincidences here.
The radiation lingering effects are making my people sick with cancer.
I myself can’t have any children.
I have contacted several attorney’s who are Native American and specialize in Federal Indian Law.
No replies yet.”
Here is another testimony:
“I also grew up in Dulce. Lived there for 33 years. I was recently diagnosed with CLE Lupus and a small frontal lobe brain tumor. Ironically, two of my neighbors were also recently diagnosed with lupus. Two other close close neighbors have also been diagnosed with cancer.” – – Melody Gomez
Although not directly related to Project Gasbuggy, here is a significant report about Native Americans still suffering from after-effects of radiation:
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