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DULCE NM, Any Takers ??

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posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 02:27 AM

i think i speek for every one here when i say we want some pictures of this base

Some pics are shown in the video "The Secret Lectures of Commander X"
The photos are said to be made by former Dulce Base Security officer Thomas Edwin Castello.

more pics here

perhaps someone knows, what is really shown on these pics...

posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 12:22 PM
I think I've seen this parking garage.

A couple of those pics are actually from Cheyenne Mountain (NORAD).

posted on Jan, 30 2005 @ 01:44 PM
Thanks, i checked that - same pictures. Commander X seems to have taken these from the internet.

posted on Jan, 31 2005 @ 06:39 AM
looks like someone got a special tour of coors light

posted on Feb, 5 2005 @ 08:02 PM
Dear fellow ATS users, it is with both joy and despair I provide you with a link to a site where I believe the latest information regarding the alleged Dulce Base can be found.

I don't know how new this is or if it has been posted before, but here it is again anyway.

TO SUMMARIZE THE CONTENTS OF THIS INFORMATION: The purpleish alleged FILM CLIP circulating the net said to be from the Dulce Base is FALSE; it stems from an over ten year old japanese UFO-documentary - the film clip WAS HOWEVER based on drawings made by an "Ann West", in its turn based on the TRUE FILMCLIP from the Dulce Base.

These drawings (I believe there are 5 of them) you probably all have seen around the net on aliens in little tanks etc.

The ORIGINAL Dulce Papers were supposed to have existed in several copies; ALL ARE NOW LOST.

However - THERE IS 1 PHOTO LEFT; and this is supposed to be taken by THE Thomas Castello himself. (if you don't know who he is, do your homework again)

Here it goes:

Please, comment on this.

posted on Feb, 21 2005 @ 03:02 PM
if you want to find out where the dulce base is... go to the general area and take some sophisticated geosurvey equipment with you... you know.. the kind that bounces waves down into the earth and u get a pic of the composition of the ground bellow... if oil companies can use this equipment to find oil miles down under the ocean then you can use it to find a solid metal structure underground. The equipment isn't even expensive. Has anyone tried this approach?

posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 04:47 AM
very good observation metallica, go ahead, and return with the findings

posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 09:31 AM
LOL. i can't, i dont live in the USA.

But seriously, someone here who lives in the USA should do this:

rent out or buy some sophisticated geosurvey equipment... this stuff can scan deep below the surface many, many miles. Hook up the equipment to the underside of a 4x4 or whatever u drive....

have the output of the geosurvey equipment feed into a laptop computer which is with you inside the vehicle...

then a good idea is to drive down the road which passes through the indian reservation. this would give a good cross-section of the area and you would be able to notice sudden iregularities, such as underground metal structures.

Then you examine the data you have so far, work out where the irregularities are and then go back out and do a more thourough search of that area with the geosurvey equipment...

what's so hard about that? you'd be collecting hard data. If there is an underground dulce base, its gonna be a big facility... a few cross-sections of the area would certainly find it.

posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 01:59 PM
Interesting idea metallicabrainz. It would make sense since a structure like that would be very large in size. If there was a structure down there, it would have to show up on equipment like that.

posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 06:06 PM
So what makes you think that the equipment is inexpensive? Sure sounds expensive.

posted on Feb, 23 2005 @ 06:11 PM
depends on what u consider expensive to be...

you can rent the equipment needed or buy it.

posted on Mar, 4 2005 @ 06:59 PM
I Had the opportunity of visiting Dulce in Dec, 2004. I was surprised to find the Dulce lake had dried up. I hiked around the famous Archuleta Messa. Didn't see a trace of anything resembling extra terrestrial. I did have an interesting conversation with a relative. He told me that he and his crew had a picnic about 10 or so miles behind the archuleta messa. He lives in Bloomfield and works on Gas Wells all over the area. He didn't seem excited about returning to that area any time soon. When driving to the messa you will come upon a bridge that crosses a small river. There will be a maintenance garage on the right before you cross the bridge. Drive over the bridge and you will soon leave the pavement. Vere to the left and continue to follow the dirt road around part of the front of the messa. 300 or so yards past the bridge you will come up to a picnic area on the left by the river. Continue up the side of the Messa for the 10 miles or so. Not sure what you will find. Go in the day time and not when it has been raining. An off-road vehicle will be your best bet. Any takers on photo's of Dulce/lake/archuleta messa/surrounding area... Drop me a note and I'll send them over.

posted on Mar, 4 2005 @ 07:03 PM
I meant to say that the maintenance garage will be on your left before you cross the river.

posted on May, 21 2005 @ 01:07 PM
Hey guys. This is my first post. I joined so I could help you guys with this subject.

I live right down the street (less than an hour's drive) from Dulce. I do plan on checking it out, I only heard about the "base" yesterday. Im kinda skeptical but the triangular aircraft seen in this area recently lend some credibility to the idea that a military insallation exists in these hills. Colorado Springs is a long ways from here.

I cant afford ground density analysis equipmenet right now, but if someone has any other ideas about experiments I could try at the site let me know. I will always let you know what I find.

posted on May, 21 2005 @ 02:00 PM
alot of those photos from that site a few posts ago, are from places like mt. Weather, that one of the big vault door, is from Mt. Weather fall out shelter.

and stupid question but, why hasent any one just drove out there and snapped some shots of the place yet, can't you go right to it.


posted on May, 21 2005 @ 07:18 PM
I did not read more than the first page of this thread before I was checking google with Dulce, and guess what came up?
It is includes some hardcdore conspiracies involving Dulce.

[edit on 21-5-2005 by Charlie Murphy]


posted on May, 24 2005 @ 05:58 AM

Just to let you all kno this is a picture of a loading depot underground in the south west of the UK...just a RN storage depot..


posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 01:56 PM
So you think Tribal Leaders and Police are going to let a bunch of Whites on their reservation to go off halfcocked searching for some secret base in Dulce New Mexico, Highly doubtful unless you pay them generously!!!

And even if you were to get permission then youd have to put up with local natives pretty much laughing at you the whole time and getting in the way and some can be nasty towards Whites and Hispanics even violent...

posted on Oct, 29 2007 @ 01:42 AM
A lot of those pictures in the link provided don't jive for me, at least 2 of them look very CG.

Would be interesting if someone could find something out there, but I think you'd have to be right on top of it to notice, at which point you would probably be noticed by whoever watches that area...

posted on Nov, 2 2007 @ 10:15 PM

Originally posted by Gazrok

We all know the Dolce base exists

Actually, we don't know this. So far, we've got ONE source saying this, and this one source is highly dubious at best. It stands to reason that a facility like this likely does exist (as well as others like it...the government has a think for redundancy, hehe...), but that doesn't mean there's one near Dulce.

Here's a quick way to tell. Take a look at the Indians who live on the reservation there. Are they all driving pretty nice/new cars/trucks? If they are, then the base is likely there. If they aren't, then it likely isn't there, as you can bet that any of the natives would have stumbled upon evidence of the base, and made some dough off it....and I haven't seen that happen yet.

They have casinos dude. That gives them nice cars, homes, boats, etc.......................

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