Northern New Mexico is really strange country that has a lot of secrets, it's hard to explain without sounding like a lunatic, but with the Indian
vibe and presence there is a very strange sense for visitors, you distinctly feel weird and compelled not to stick around. I'm "tuned-in" and I
feel uneasy there, I just don't like it, it's beautiful, but there is a dialogue going on in the energies there that makes me unpleasantly anxious.
Just from my own perspective, I could see why it would be an excellent place to conduct unusual operations, it's atypical and alarming while
remaining very still and beautiful at the same time.
First-hand I can tell you that there is certainly some interesting activity going on with the government that sparked my interest in the area. My most
recent bizarre experience occurred a few months ago when I was driving on I-25 north of Sante Fe and south of Las Vegas. I-25 is the only real major
arterial interstate route that would serve both Los Alamos and Dulce (if it's real). There were eight or nine vehicles in an apparent convoy that
were completely black with no markings whatsoever but they all had government plates. A few were armored trucks (like what you see at the bank) and
delivery trucks (like UPS) but they had no windows and the cab windows were totally blacked out. They were following two large cargo vans (also with
blacked out windows) and in the lead were two suburbans. What was so bizarre was that as I got to one of the suburbans, I was able to see the driver
through the tinted window because the sunlight was just right. He was wearing a black uniform and had an earbud in (like the secret service) and I was
struck by how strange it was. I see a lot of military and government vehicles on I-25, but I had never seen anything like this convoy or its driver
before. When I got home I tried to figure out who they were, but I never found an exact match. I'm not one to always jump to the most exciting and
irrational conclusion, but I was really awestruck by how bizarre and mysterious it was. I didn't get any photos because I wasn't aware that what I
was seeing was unique and couldn't be easily found on the internet with an explanation.
The more I've looked into this theory about Dulce/Los Alamos, the more unnerved I get. I don't see any sources beyond the two that are the most
commonly quoted, Schneider and Costello, so I really don't conclude that they are telling the truth, but I definitely believe that there are some
serious secrets in the mountains of northern New Mexico. I've spent a lot of time out at White Sands and have driven by NORAD many, many times and
never saw such nefarious looking vehicles.
I've thought a lot about the possibility of secret bases, and for what it's worth, if I were ever an employee or service member assigned to a
project that dealt with extra-terrestrials, I would be so honored to be entrusted with the privilege of being associated with a project of that
magnitude that it is highly unlikely that I would share any insider information with the outside world. I do not believe that the general public has
the intelligence and rationale to be able to handle the gravity of such a revelation and believe society would descend into complete hysteria and
chaos. Even IF the government knows anything, I would never expect disclosure to the general public. People are just too dumb, and that's not meant
to be insulting, it's just a cold, hard fact. We are still very primitive and emotional and both of those aid in being an unreasonable animal when
reason is required.
We as a people are much better off emotionally to speculate that it's rumor and likely false than try and digest the possibility that it could all be
real, I know I'd crumble into a heap of terror if there's ever a complete disclosure of E.T. Event/Contact, but I cannot deny that there is some
disturbingly weird stuff going on that I almost appreciate being so bizarre that I can try and pretend to ignore (i.e- this youtube video compilation
of the best UFO news of the year: youtu.be...
I am terrified of the truth.