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"CENTURIES AGO, SURFACE PEOPLE [some say the ILLUMINATI] entered into a pact with an 'Alien nation' HIDDEN WITHIN THE EARTH," Commander X alleges.
"The U.S. [Executive] Government, in 1933 agreed to trade animals in
exchange for high-tech knowledge, and to allow them to use [undisturbed]
UNDERGROUND BASES, in the Western U.S.A. A special group was formed to deal
with the 'Alien' beings. In the 1940's 'Alien Life Forms' [ALF's] began
shifting their focus of operations, FROM CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA, TO THE
One of the people who in escaped the facility was a CIA agent who, prior to leaving, made some notes, photos, and videotapes, before going into hiding. He has been in hiding ever since, and every six months he contacts each of five(?) people he left copies of the material with. His instructions were that if he missed four successive contacts, the people could do whatever they want with the material. The individuals caring for the packages were non technical in nature and new very little about the documents.
In December 1987 a description of these so called "Dulce Papers" was issued, and received by many researchers. The leak is suspected to have come from one of the caretakers of the papers.
Dr Paul Bennewitz is an electronics specialist who in the late 1979 began to film, photograph, and electronically intercept what appeared to be extensive UFO/ET activity and communications that he traced to the vicinity of the Archuletta Mesa on Jicarilla Apache Reservation land near the town of Dulce. Based on the collected evidence Bennewitz concluded that an underground extraterrestrial (ET) base existed near Dulce that played a role in both cattle mutilations and abduction of civilians. In 1980, the Air Force Office of Special Intelligence (AFOSI) began investigating Bennewitz’s evidence, and this eventually led to its disinformation campaign to discredit Bennewitz. Bennewitz’s subsequent electronic evidence and field research alleging extensive human rights abuses were occurring at the Dulce underground base became associated with the AFOSI disinformation campaign. Most UFO researchers concluded that Bennewitz had been too influenced by disinformation to be taken seriously
I look fwd to the information you have on Thomas Costello. Since the time you last spoke in your forum of these files, have they been recovered?
j ust will patiently wait
--biting my nails--- for the new information to be posted.
Not sure about you Alex, but I'm up for the night!