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Who really thinks there is something at Dulce?

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posted on Jan, 3 2006 @ 12:47 PM
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I know that most of the info about Dulce is found only on the Internet and the news of the Dulce Wars shows that something must begoing on there.
I realise that this mundane life that we live is a mere facade to what's really going on.
The T.V talks of technology advances made by us, but I know in my heart that it's really those creepy grays 'knocking' stuff out to appease the double-crossing goverments.

The Castella chap that worked there and leaked the info of the dark dealings in Dulce died recently, he had been a sercurity guard there and actually interacted with an alien.
So even though we sit at our computers in our SlipKnot t-shirts and wonder when Mom gonna call us down for dinner, it doesn't mean that we don't know about what the real world's about.




posted on Jan, 4 2006 @ 02:14 PM
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Originally posted by IronMan
So even though we sit at our computers in our SlipKnot t-shirts and wonder when Mom gonna call us down for dinner, it doesn't mean that we don't know about what the real world's about.




Ummmmmm......i'm wearing a pink button up and wondering what i'm going to fix for dinner. That's really what the real world's about dear. Going to work, paying our mortgages, driving our SUV's and wondering what we're going to have for dinner.
Yeah, it can all get pretty mundane and boring. Hence, our fascination with fantasy.



posted on Jan, 4 2006 @ 02:36 PM
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Originally posted by zenlover28

Originally posted by IronMan
So even though we sit at our computers in our SlipKnot t-shirts and wonder when Mom gonna call us down for dinner, it doesn't mean that we don't know about what the real world's about.




Ummmmmm......i'm wearing a pink button up and wondering what i'm going to fix for dinner. That's really what the real world's about dear. Going to work, paying our mortgages, driving our SUV's and wondering what we're going to have for dinner.
Yeah, it can all get pretty mundane and boring. Hence, our fascination with fantasy.

With respect, I didn't really want to know what you're wearing around the house.
I just thought that it sometimes seems a little simple to call fromthe cheap seats.
What an SUV and do you wear make-up?
My cousin sometimes wears pink.



posted on Jan, 5 2006 @ 11:37 AM
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It wouldn't be a secret base if it was obviously there now would it? The point of a secret underground base is exactly that, to be kept a secret. The government obviously wants to be left alone in R&D to prevent the public and other countries to know what is going on. If it didn't, there would be no point in keeping anything in this country a secret.

[edit on 1/5/2006 by tHeJwAy13]



posted on Jan, 5 2006 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by tHeJwAy13
It wouldn't be a secret base if it was obviously there now would it? The point of a secret underground base is exactly that, to be kept a secret. The government obviously wants to be left alone in R&D to prevent the public and other countries to know what is going on. If it didn't, there would be no point in keeping anything in this country a secret.

[edit on 1/5/2006 by tHeJwAy13]


Do you think anything sinister is going on there?



posted on Jan, 12 2006 @ 07:34 PM
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Your getting off point. The point is, whether it is Dulce, Area 51, or somewhere else...if enough people (yes you and me, the ones who the CONSTITUTION say run this country) speak up, well some answer has to be given. Yes, 1, 2 10 people can disappear. But 1000 or 10,000 well thats a little hard to hide.



posted on Jan, 14 2006 @ 10:55 AM
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You would actually think that the bases that people know less about, don't know an exact location, and don't even know if they exist are the ones that the government would me most likely to use for the housing of top secret objects including ETs.



posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 05:02 PM
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I was also wondering what the local Native American tribe folklore consists of? Do they speak of lizard men and so on because apparently some people claim the aliens have been there for a while. I myself believe it to be a bunch of BS.



posted on Feb, 26 2006 @ 05:02 PM
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I was also wondering what the local Native American tribe folklore consists of? Do they speak of lizard men and so on because apparently some people claim the aliens have been there for a while. I myself believe it to be a bunch of BS.



posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 08:02 AM
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It is obvious to me that Phil Schnieder was telling the truth, as he did not sound like a schizofrenic person, or any of that kind. The Dulce Base is not a joke...It is very real. I know that because of intense research, and just knowing that you just can't debunk so much evidence. I can not provide the proof for you, you are going to have to look for it yourself, but there is a Dulce Base, and...well I guess you could say that people in Mexico don't get in trouble by asking about it. The UFOs just come out of the woodwork out there...
Also in Mexico a kid suppossedly caught an alien on his camera phone. You can also find that video with a simple google search.

Good luck,



posted on Mar, 13 2006 @ 11:39 AM
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Greetings again all you Dulce guys! "Dulce" in spanish means "sweet"
I just got back from the Four Corners and Dulce.
A little flyfishin in the SJ. and a little blackjack in the Casino in Dulce.
Once again I didnt see any thing; and I was looking. I also asked the Blackjack dealer [a local] if she had seen anything in all her years of living in NEW Mexico and she told me she once saw a purple billy goat but that was down in Santa Fe at a fiesta.

I'm not sayin that their isn't a base there but I just haven't see any evidence of one. My opinion of all the activity there currently, has to do with all the oil and gas production. Maybe it's just a cover for the base.

I plan on another trip up there soon and I'll get back to ya.

adios y buena suerta, hitas!



posted on Mar, 17 2006 @ 03:34 PM
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Cant say that Dulce exists or that it does no, but Im inclined to believe that it most like does exist with all the things that have been written about it. I for one sure would like to know for sure, and if it does, what really is there and what goes on within the place?



posted on Apr, 10 2006 @ 06:35 PM
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Originally posted by invisibleplane
..what I'd really like is an organized exploration..with enough people anything can be done


I disagree. Over 700 people witnessed the downing of TWA Flight 800. The government easily shut them up, and the American sheeple are none the wiser...



posted on Apr, 20 2006 @ 01:58 PM
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I'm from Dulce, NM

I grew up there. I'm a jicarilla Apache indian. Spent most of my life there.

I'll tell you all here and now, EVERYONE has a UFO story. I've seen some # when I was younger. Have I ever seen an alien? Nope. Ever seen any evidence of a base? Nope. But I know what I've seen and the people with the stories have no reason to lie. Especially to me. So I like the theories and stories. If there's a base there, it's not UNDER dulce, it might be close. (don't forget Sandia National Labs is about an hour drive away).

I've known people who've walked and scoured those lands and never saw a base entrance. But they've seen stuff in the sky. feel free to e-mail or msg me.



posted on May, 2 2006 @ 11:54 PM
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I think the base is 20 miles north of dulce as refered on page 11 of the Dulce Book. It would be southern colorado but i think theres a way to exit/enter via Los Alamos or Carlsbad US military base.
Dulce seems to be a center of a huge maze of tunnels, naturaly formed or not, spreading from the Pacific to western Texas, from north around Denver, no knowledge of whats South of Carlsbad N.M.
Unfortunalty Google earth is not gonna help u spot it try Nasa but havent found anything concluent. You can believe this or not but reading the Dulce Book made me realize it could be legit. Anyway theres always fire when u see smoke.



posted on May, 3 2006 @ 01:57 AM
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im supprised no on has posted this:


[quote=skyscape]
I used to live in Ruidoso, and kept wanting to take a trip up to Dulce, but never did. When I was trying to see if there were any government jobs in New Mexico, they had the Dulce base listed for check-out clerk and that type of positions available. So there is a base there. I thought that it would be well defined. I've read where there's a road with a gate going to it right out of Dulce. Is this not true??


imo dulce exists. i want in



posted on May, 3 2006 @ 02:31 AM
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Any source or link to th Clerk job? It must be in ink and paper if it is govt. trust me i know. Without evidence to back it up it is not too credible, give me evidence and I give you the benefit of the doubt.



posted on May, 6 2006 @ 03:03 PM
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Is'nt Cheyenne (Not sure about spelling) pretty much a working example of what Dulce probably is ?? I mean Cheyenne is built under a moutnain, now how hard would it be just to build the entrance tunnel a couple of miles longer (or hundred) ??

Also if you have seen the Film Resident Evil and the base called "The Hive" I think it could be like that !

Another thing I was thinking about was making these things up. . .

now im not sure if this can be substantiated but I think the Imagination works on Real things, things we now, I think it works on the ability to Edit and Distort things that are real ?? so if it does work like that how would someone dream up these things like Aliens ?? how did that start I mean there pictures 1000s of years old on Cave walls, now if there wasn't even the slightest bit of evidence or anything of the sort to base it on how would they of come up with the idea ??

This is me chatting total crap but its whats in my head atm lol



posted on May, 9 2006 @ 01:13 PM
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Hi again. This is skyscape. When I lived in New Mexico last year, I was on an official government web page with a list of government jobs available in the New Mexico section. There were at least 3 positions available at the Dulce base. I really thought about applying, but was hesitant after reading The Dulce Wars. Besides the positions available were low paying, essentially cashier and minor clerk jobs. I'm a college graduate and was at the time looking for a career and higher paid jobs.

I truly believe there is a base in Dulse, and I'm not sure why Snapmouse doesn't admit to it. The people in Dulse do know!!!



posted on May, 10 2006 @ 06:52 AM
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There just isn't the evidence to say that Dulce exists. As for all these job applications I keep hearing about, I'm sure people have seen applications with the name Dulce on them (it is, after all, an actual town and the military does work nearby), but it would be nice to see one of the applications to get the EXACT wording and description of these jobs and "Dulce base".



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