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Sat pics show unexplained objects/triangles at AF base

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posted on Jan, 4 2005 @ 11:47 PM
(Edit/Note: I just changed the title of this thread so as to reflect the direction it has taken. Feel free to skip my intro paragraphs if you think I'm long-winded. The long and short of things is that two separate sat photos, taken on different dates, show an unexplained formation of triangluar carvings/buildings on the edge of Holloman AFB, a base reputed to be the site of past UFO activity)

one enlargement of area in question:

(what follows is the original post)
*Have I found a black triangle landing pad at an AFB?*

In short, here's the idea:
The public has avaliable to it many private companies that provide free satellite photos. This could be a bonanza for UFO buffs, who now, unlike previous generations, have the ability to 'look in' on most gov facilities. If the gov is really hosting aliens... or has tech based on trades with aliens... there should be relevant facilities that indicate what is really going on. So... isn't it time for hardcore UFOlogists to conduct an intensive review of sat photos to see if they can find anything that stands out like a sore thumb?

To start this thread rolling (and I hope that others will sort through sat photos) I did a close inspection of Holloman AFB in NMex. Before the internet became flooded with tales of reptilians (which, BTW, rarely appear in serious UFO/abduction reports), Holloman was known to old-school UFO researchers as the site where the gray aliens originally initiated diplomatic relations with the US. Thinking that Holloman, once it had become involved with the ET issue, might have continued to support an alien presence... I looked at its facilities...

Well... so far I've found one very interesting thing. It's a large collection of three black triangles, arranged tip to tip, that rests to the northeast of the main base. The triangles have clearly visible sides, though they appear to be carved or built on top of an area that has had the soil disturbed. Here they are, above and to the left of a smaller, separated section of the base:

Here is a photo of the base in its entirety:

Why is this interesting? because they are clearly man-made structures... and yet I cannot think of any normal building that consists of three triangles arranged tip to tip in the standard radiation sign pattern. Also, considering that giant black traingles make up many UFO reports...

For the record, I am not interested in conducting anti-government activities. I would never consciously betray the US government or people. I am only starting a thread about looking at US bases through sat photos because there isn't a thing on these photos that hasn't already been photographed and analyzed by our enemies.

I hope that others will look for unusual items on these sat pics:

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:05 AM
awesome find! i wonder if this one slipped by. or blame it on the aprentice airbrusher

been trying to look at stuff on other continents as welll

water marks

untested yet

those triangles wouldn't anything but a pad, & they would probably escort themselves to the hanger.

too bad we don't have infrared, or other spectrums to pick up any anomolies.

do you have any suggestions on where to look?

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:14 AM
the black triangles have been reported going in and out of a variety of AF bases that are NOT out in the desert (scott AFB, for example)... so we should, if the triangles exist, have a reasonable chance of finding some sort of 'super' hanger for them.

BTW, the more I think about it, the more worried I am that the triangles might be a legitimate military project (not one being undertaken by an unconstitutional shadow gov/aliens). To be frank... I'm actually hesitant to look any further into 'triangle hangers' because this may be the case. I wouldn't want to be the ass with loose lips who told some terrorist where our most advanced airplanes were.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:19 AM
BTW, the earliest theory as to how to contact aliens involved digging a giant, triangular ditch, filling it with gasoline, and lighting the whole thing on fire. I wonder if this set of three traingles... which are clearly not natural formations... are also a signal of some sort. I'm struck by the group's resemblance to the universal radiation symbol.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:33 AM
hmm, the symbolic pad is very intriging. what else could it serve? maybe one larger ship. perhaps it is just a scar like you said.

the arrangement tho looks organized and purposeful. there is an access road to the site, diagonaly across the larger lines. so people go there with purpose.

you'd expect some loose of form if the object were not being used, i wonder how old this picture is and if we can cross ref it with another sat service?

dont worry about those things being even touched by any bad guys, talk about classified and secure.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:49 AM

Originally posted by baaronhaile
the arrangement tho looks organized and purposeful. there is an access road to the site, diagonaly across the larger lines. so people go there with purpose.

you'd expect some loose of form if the object were not being used, i wonder how old this picture is and if we can cross ref it with another sat service?

the pic is dated to 2003, so it's reasonably new.

The road that runs by it is clearly connected to the far, more remote side of the main base. It also connects to that small 'encampment' that shows up on the bottom of the pic I have that includes the three triangles. My guess is that whatever function it has is separate from the main business of the base.

My guess is that the 'encampment' is the actual logistics/support/office area for whatver work is done on or near the three triangles... and that this area isn't often travelled to by most of the base personnel.

Note, also, that there is a solid object at the meeting point of the three triangles. I wonder if this is a reactor that is being designated (for pilots above) with a large radiation sign that has been acrved into the terrain?

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:53 AM
Whoa... how sloppy am I? I didn't even have this on max magnification!

Check it out under full zoom:

You can clearly see an even smaller triangle at the meeting point of the black triangles

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 12:54 AM
so this is afb eh? what could this be?

-106.08179 for long and 32.87904 lat. sat images

looks like raised triangles

and what is that black dot where the access road meets the one triangle?
an awning? or something else? a red carpet?

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:13 AM
this could still be just a radar installation or something. i wonder, is that white triangle a top to an atenna or a transmitter?

there are small features as well as large ones, this could be access to an underground installation.

the landing pad theory is setting in though....

>>makes sense to organize it as such and not in a line, [may look really suspicious]
>>dont want to confuse pilots too much, and best use of space.

we need some more eyes on this, anyone out there?


btw, we got two pics: march 04 and jan 03. that both show the white triangle and black dot.

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:15 AM
hmmn... my computer has been unable to read ats the last two times I've posted.

Anyways... here's the sum of what I've been trying to say:

1.Yes, I see the black circle, too. However it looks like a hole or depression to me.
2.I am not an expert in image interpretation. Still, both the larger black triangles and the small white one are clearly man-made.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:19 AM

we need some more eyes on this, anyone out there?


btw, we got two pics: march 04 and jan 03. that both show the white triangle and black dot.

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yeah, I'm surprised that no one else has chimed in on this thing... maybe I should change the title to something more interesting?

And... yes, our two photos clearly show the same weird things. I'm going to try to compare the size of the white trinagle to some other building in the area.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:30 AM
this guy talk about super heated plasma running the perimeter of these crafts. anti-gravity.

"The mercury based plasma is pressurized at 250,000 atmospheres at a temperature of 150 degrees Kelvin, and accelerated to 50,000 rpm to create a super-conductive plasma with the resulting gravity disruption."

this would most certainly scorch any immediately proximate terrain.

burnt triangles, from radiative heat?

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:37 AM
Hmm..scorch marks... possible. The white triangle in the center could be like the mooring masts old time dirigibles used? The triangles would shimmy up to it and slide down to the ground as their engines turned over to idle.

Scorch marks would explain why the ground beneath still appears to show signs of the original terrain.

Here's a pic of the area around the 'three traingles' site. A cross-like gouge is to the SE and a structure that's built around a crescent-shaped building is to the north. The small white triangle seems to be slightly larger than the aircraft that are parked on the base's main tarmac (zoom out to see the main base):

Since I'm having trouble with my computer, I might sign off for the night. Does anyone care to do size comparisons with other, easily identifiable shapes in the pics?

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 01:39 AM
Kirtland AFB is also where they do electromagnetic testing. It could be a range for that.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 04:39 AM
Here's my WAG (wild a$%ed guess) of the 'triangles'
First, there are six areas to the 'anomolie' not three.

The general road pattern in the area lines up to two different north/south directions. Watch is the magnetic declination for the area? 13deg. or something?

Triangles located km NE of major runway.

The odd looking cross in the lower right (SE) of the link is some type of road but also (WAG) lines up with magnetic north. WAG rail line for old rocket sled tests.

Immediately to the west of the triangles is a north/south road and a railroad line

South of the general area are the aircraft themselves, shows nine, probably one squadron.

Sixteen SW of there, 15 North at although these appear to be two different types. Notice the middle six- small and indistinct as compared to the others. F-117s perhaps?

Notice also at and north large a body of water- probably low point for general area and used for waste/run-off. General housing for base (lower right) with runways located (upper left).

Triangles appear to be about 150 meters per side. Notice NW triangles shows stream-bed or small access road. I believe this shows that the triangles are not solid. They appear to be some type of screen
cleared area for the 'thing' in the center. Perhaps nothing more than a direction beacon. My WAG is that the triangles have no real meaning other than aircraft related navigational.

For something 'weird' not too far off, check out

Use + and to get a feel for the immensity of this. The opening link will show you an aircraft in the upper left of the screen. How long is this? 3 km?

This is due east of Elephant Butte Reservoir on the east side of some rather high mountains so that any view from the west is blocked. Everything to the east is part of White Sands Missile Range/Holloman bombing range. Notice the latitude is 33- some claim that this latitude has some strange meanings attached to it.

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 05:30 AM

Looking at the scale I would say this object is no wider than 250 metres.

I could only guess as to why the tringular areas appear scorched or darkened in some manner, but would tend to think that the whole area is in the process of being "darkened" as shown in the above image. Areas B and C seem to be in the process at the time this image was taken.

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 05:31 AM
The triangles are weird in fact. This has left me wondering why in the world would we have an above ground hanger for our visitors? I would tink if I were in charge of a super secrect project that involved ET craft I would want to put them underground so they would not stand out like a sore thumb. I would like to see these images magnified x10 sould I could get better detail. Good post!

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 05:52 AM
Koka great

I 'think' the dividing line between your areas One and A needs to be moved down into A a little- hmmm, or not.

I see you are thinking A, B and C are a different size from 1, 2 and 3. Perhaps you are correct.

*added- look at my last link- really weird

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posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 07:29 AM

Don't see what all the fuss is, over a big tent...
That's what it looks like to me....

posted on Jan, 5 2005 @ 07:45 AM
JoeDoaks, I agree, that is a one large rectangle, and is definitely around 3Kms in length. It looks like a runway, but at that length, would say that it would probably be used to receive the Space Shuttle. Having said that, I couldn't tell you what length a standard runway is in an International Airport anyway.

Gazrok, no more online answers that do not contribute to the topic, or I'll be forced to get someone bigger than you to issue a warn....

A tent which is 250 Metres in girth would probably be called a Marquee as opposed to a tent...

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