posted on Feb, 11 2004 @ 04:06 PM
Its been 40 some years since all this alien/UFO stuff really took off. There have been countless books, articles, pictures and other publications
produced about alien phenomena. Within the past two decades these stories have really seemed to be a media hit and even more have surfaced.
Additionally since the freedom of information act a lot more "official" information has come forth. I say "official" with the quotation marks
because their source is questionable. It is possible to forge documents, especially ones from 30 years ago. All ya do is put a few important peoples
names on it, type in some orders using suspicious wording and apply sharpie liberally. Amongst these "official" documents are the Dulce papers,
which suggest that a military base exists in new mexico near the tiny tiny town of Dulce.
Thomas Edwin Castello claims that experiments with humans are going on at the facility and that we fought a war with aliens and managed to win due in
part to our development of "pig latin." Some of the things he does say could be believable but lack any sort of evidence. He claims that his
family had gone missing but can this be verified? Additionally I've read reports of people who investigated Dulce and found nothing. His story is
very interesting and creative. George Lucas also had a really good story, he called it Star Wars and made millions.
A sketchy video of several tanks of purple goo was released which was supposed to be tanks which held some sort of embryos, personally it looks like a
sci-fi movie set in the sense that everything looks artificial. It is as if it was filmed based around our preconcieved notions of how the base would
look. The fact that it is in color when most security camera tapes are in B&W is also suspicious. Heck even the alien autopsy video was in B&W.
My biggest complaint with Dulce is the combinations of two seperate conspiracies: greys and reptilians who live under the surface in tunnels. I feel
that this element to the story is where the fiction shines through the strongest. It almost makes one think of some sort of He-man episode, Greys and
lizardmen versus He-Man!
Roswell on the other hand is something else. Something really did crash there, I do believe that but as to what it was I have no clue. Most people
claim it was a saucer, this may be true. It's also possible it could of been some sort of meteroite breaking up in the atmosphere which contained
some metals which are not found on this planet.
The government did do a really nice job of covering it up. I mean nothing says hush hush like several large army trucks and a bunch of scientists.
The question is why would the army seek to keep the public from knowing about it. The only reason I can think of is they thought that the "object"
could potentially be harmful to us or could even be some sort of new russian atomic weapon that malfunctioned. Just think, if during the cold war (
or as CIA calls it now World War III ) we had heard that the russians attempted to launch a nuke at us and it didnt explode by some stroke of luck.
Following Roswell questions about what crashed there and what the government said crashed there increased. Soon people started coming forth and
telling what they saw despite being threatened by the military.
Unfortunatly others who had not witnessed it came forth and claimed that they had seen it as well. Lies and truths became interwoven creating false
history. The popularity of this event only enhanced the false aspects of the tale to legendary proportions.
As for Area 51, yah its there. But what exactly goes on there aside from the aeronautical research and testing. Many people assosciate this location
with aliens yet it seems like lately all they have been doing is just testing planes. Perhaps at one point in hangar 18 a saucer was held there but
now its definatly gone. If the government was wise about it they would keep area 51 as a distraction to keep people from thinking that maybe they
moved the alien research to somewhere which is not as well known.
Geeze I feel like I'm writing a book here. As far as my opinion on these events/places I have to say that I believe Dulce is purely ficticious, that
it was only done as a means of gaining popularity and money. Similar to that one guy who claimed he worked at Area 51. As for Roswell I believe some
sort of craft did crash their as for what I do not know exactly. And finally Area 51 may have their new supersonic aircraft but I doubt its
existance, photos i have seen have been faked. Is Area 51 a top secret government installation? Not anymore, but they still have their secrets.
I'm just left wondering, after all weve been through in these years, how come the government has not revealed anything to us about aliens. Why would
they after all this time keep silent about it. Is it cus they plan on using the technology as a weapon, like the Nuclear bomb was for WWII? Another
option is that the only aliens in the us come from Mexico. It is possible that none of this exists, I mean theres plenty of evidence to prove that
were alone in the universe. But isnt that what they want you to believe?
I guess what I'm trying to say is we shouldn't accept any of this at face value but really look into it and try to find out the truth amidst the
lies and deception. There are people who try to tell the truth and people who try to make a best seller. It is the latter that prevent us from
finding the truth. Whats important is that we seperate fact from fiction and find out what really happened, I believe we have the right to know our
We also have to be careful what we believe in and also what is presented to us as "evidence." The internet is NOT a reliable source of information.
Pictures can also be decieving. Someone could take a picture of a bunch of dust particles and claim them to be spirits and some people would be
inclined to agree with them.
The truth is out there, its just a matter of how determined you are to find it.
[Edited on 11-2-2004 by CaptainMooPoo]