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Originally posted by Skyfloating
This is very much needed. If there is anything at all to the rumors then there must be some kind of indication in the area, in the population. And if there are none then the rumors are baseless. I very much look forward to the results of your Public Forum.
Originally posted by Evasius
Hopefully some of the townsfolk will come out with their own stories that have yet to see the light of day. This could go an number of ways - it could just be a big party conference with no real outcome, or maybe there could be some interesting revelations.
Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
The alleged dulce base has been a hot topic for quite a while. I don't understand why dulce and other new mexico citizens don't get together and do something about it. If there is a cover-up only massive civilian pressure can uncover this.
I have read a lot of branton and commander-x material on the internet/books and it seems that the enitre southwest region of america is riddled from underground bases, ufos and aliens. The real question is why has this topic not got more mainstream attention? Are people really that scared to talk about it and why not more whistleblowers? If many thousands work there then surely the lid would have been blown off a long time ago, don't you think? Either the government is very good at keeping secrets or indeed it's all BS.....
Is everything relevant to Dulce just a bunch of BS?
Originally posted by DesertShadow
Nobody is promising anything spectacular is going to to be discovered, but who knows what info will be turned up due to this conference. If I could go, I would love to attend and hear what people have to say about Dulce and the activities that took place in the 70's and 80's.
[edit on 14-3-2009 by DesertShadow]
Originally posted by akalepos
This book has alot to say about the supposed underground labs at Dulce.
Whether true or not, it makes for some interesting reading.
Originally posted by Norio Hayakawa
I like to thank the UFO Digest for updating the Dulce conference info on their site:
The Dulce Base: Fact or Fiction? conference and public forum to be held in Dulce, New Mexico on March 29, 2009:
Originally posted by akalepos
The price of admission being 5.00 shows clearly that you are not a money dog. Boy do I appreciate that!
I live in the Joshua Tree, CA area and slipped over to the 2012 conference held by G. Noory and the "science" guy whose name always slips away from me.
They wanted 1500 dollars for attendance for the 3 day thing.
That just sort of puts a knot in the gut, if you know what I am saying here. Why should only people with money to burn like that have exclusive access to information?
I don't know if I can make it. I will try. Rest assured, that if I do not, will wish I had. (that's me...)