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Assessment of the book,” UFO Highway.” The Dulce/Alien Reveal.

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posted on May, 12 2011 @ 11:40 PM
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reply to post by MrsBlonde
 


As I have said earlier, I'm sorry but I am going to need something more credible than your second hand stories to believe that a vast underground network of high-speed rail lines connect the world's secret bases.




posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:29 AM
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Originally posted by MrsBlonde
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No it is true. my roomate's father worked on them all over and in the Middle East .

he also worked Area 51 he is now deceased. my roomy and I talk about this all the time

The D.U.M.B. network is real


Because your friend says it's true that means it is real ?




posted on May, 13 2011 @ 02:39 AM
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Originally posted by The Shrike

Originally posted by ProfessorT
(snip)because I'm a skeptic too. I like to see things from different perspectives and don't like to say 'there is" when I have no facts to back my claims up.
(snip)


The one statement that always makes me laugh is when a believer, yes a believer, states that he is a skeptic yet a real skeptic would never support a thread about a highly questionable subject but would deride it, as I have.
How, exactly, do you know I'm a "believer" and how have I 'supported' this thread?

If I have a valid opinion on something I'll post in any thread I like thank you very much. It doesn't mean to say I'm supporting or endorsing any such conspiracy theories and the like does it? You quoted my post a few days ago for surmising and all you've done in this post is pretty much surmise about me, incorrectly I must add.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 11:52 PM
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well that's all well and good but she tells me what they talked about and what he told her
and showed her

it's like my dad telling me Vietnam War stories and then me telling you

I know my Dad told me true events as they happened to him ,if I then tell you it doesn't suddenly mean it didn't happen
and now it's a fairy tale



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 01:13 AM
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So back to my question, is this book on paperback/hardback form yet? If so, where can it be found at?



posted on May, 14 2011 @ 03:13 AM
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Vrill just go online it's called UFO HIGHWAY by Anthony Sanchez there's a few threads about it here on ATS Sanchez did a couple of hours interview on a radio show I listened to it

anyway some of the things he talks about make alot of sense nobody has all the answers .I found the Book of Enoch very interesting as well Enoch was a Sumerian man who was 'The scribe of the Angels' he was taken into 'Heaven; by 'God' and did not see death ,he lives there still
he knew God and knew many Angels . he was instructed to write his book for a generation so far into the future that he himself says it was to far distant a time for him to understand

he talks alot about what and who these angels are and well you have to read it'



posted on May, 15 2011 @ 08:48 PM
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Ive already checked but I cant find the actual paperback/hardback anywhere.



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 11:14 AM
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Originally posted by Vrill
reply to post by MrsBlonde
 


Ive already checked but I cant find the actual paperback/hardback anywhere.


Vrill I think it is available as an ebook. i haven't read it yet myself like I said I listened to his radio show about it it was really interesting .made me want to read the book .



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 12:30 PM
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Greetings Forumerions,

As many of you know, I introduced Anthony's claims here at ATS last year (and took a lot of grief for doing so); having met him, I "then" wrote:

"At present, I see no reason to doubt him"



Since that time, he sent me a copy of the "alleged" DD-214 and when time permitted I looked into the matter. Below is an update published in the original thread.

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UPDATE


In any event, as stated months ago and "at that time" I saw no reason to doubt Anthony about his declarations re the Colonel; however, since that time I've looked into the DD-214, and it is in fact a bogus document, as verified by the very source of origin where Anthony claimed he received it, i.e., the NPRC (National Personnel Records Center).

I initially found that the "separation authority" cited in the doc didn't exist on the date of the so-called DD-214; in fact it didn't come into existence until over a decade later. When confronted with this, Anthony claimed that he had a contact at the NPRC who said that when records are lost (oh, I forgot to mention that Anthony said the Colonel lost his original DD-214 in a mysterious fire [as I asked why the mystery Colonel would need another copy to begin with]) they (the NPRC) use the "current" separation authority.

To give Anthony the benefit of the doubt, I said fine, give me your contact and I will verify this information–he refused. I suggested he just refile the FOIA and open it in front of witnesses–he refused.

Accordingly, (and for due diligence) I contacted an archivist who was working with me on some other records at the NPRC and asked him "in the instance of missing records," if they would "just use" the current AFI or AFR for the separation authority–he was very clear in saying that in no way would they (the NPRC) "alter" information from the original documents for a host of reasons, beginning with "legal ones." Moreover, he said if data couldn't be retrieved re missing files they would be left blank.

I later faxed the so-called DD-214 to the archivist and called him the next day; he immediately verified that the document was BOGUS (his word) and said he also showed it to his supervisor and further stated that they got a "good laugh" out of it!

Given that fact that the "thesis" of Anthony's book was/is hinged on the Colonel and his anecdotes, and that veracity of the Colonel as well as his very existence was based on the so-called DD-214, it becomes quite clear that the label of "nonfiction" doesn't apply here.

At The UFO Chronicles where some of the excerpts of the (then) upcoming book were published, we inserted the following addendum"

"Since the publication of this article, Mr Sanchez has published and offers for sale a PDF file entitled, UFO Highway; within the pages is a copy of a DD-214 allegedly belonging to "Colonel X"; a copy of said doc was faxed to the NPRC in St Louis where Sanchez claimed to have obtained the DD-214 via a FOIA request–they stated emphatically that the document was bogus."

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After this update was published in the other thread, oO Apachii Oo wrote:

"The problem i have is that 1. I HAD TO PAY TO READ THE INTERVIEW and 2. The interviewee's discharge papers and other documents are not presented in the book. [My emphasis]. There is no way of knowing if anything that was said is true and paying the $19.99 for the information just created more questions about the base (if you believe it exists)."

It would seem that Anthony has removed the hoaxed document from the PDF file (book); the very document that he previously used to give veracity to the mysterious "Colonel X."

On a final note, the revelation that the DD-214 was bogus as verified by the NPRC was shared simultaneously with Norio Hayakawa, Scott Ramsey, Jerry Pippin, Dennis Balthaser et al. I'll let them speak for themselves; however, suffice to say, given the implications of publishing a bogus document in a PDF file (book) for profit as evidence in support of an anecdote, "flattery" for Sanchez and his prose weren't forthcoming.

Cheers,
Frank



posted on May, 16 2011 @ 12:35 PM
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Thanks Frank!!! for clearing that up for us!!!

been a little busy and distracted with no time to follow up on these things!!



posted on May, 18 2011 @ 02:42 PM
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Good Day Mrs Blonde,


Originally posted by MrsBlonde
reply to post by Frank Warren
 


Thanks Frank!!! for clearing that up for us!!!

been a little busy and distracted with no time to follow up on these things!!


Your very welcome.

ANOTHER UPDATE


As mentioned above, regarding researchers, and radio hosts, who were cited favorably in Sanchez' first version of his PDF file offered for sale e.g., myself, Scott Ramsey, Dennis Balthaser, Jerry Pippin, and Norio Hayakawa, I stated, "I'll let them speak for themselves"; within the last 48 hours I contacted Norio via e-mail and wrote:

I just left a thread at ATS where some members were citing your previous "written" praise for Sanchez' PDF file (book), . . . for what we now know is a hoax as verified by the NPRC (The National Personnel Records Center) and Fairchild Research Information Center (Maxwell Air Force Base).

He replied:

". . . Here is my opinion about Anthony Sanchez book, UFO Highway. When I first learned about Anthony Sanchez' alleged interview with an alleged retired Air Force Colonel, I was quite fascinated by it. Then after reading more of the interview and then reading Anthony Sanchez' UFO Highway, I was quite impressed with so many details that were included in the book.. So I naturally wrote a comment to the effect that this was definitely something new, something fresh, as far as a book about Dulce was concerned. This, of course, did not mean at all that I ever stated that Anthony Sanchez' work and his book were based on facts. The bottom line, to me, is that there has never ever been any single, solid, tangible, irrefutable, physical as well as documentary evidence that there is an underground base at Dulce. It has always been, and continues to be allegations and rumors. So, until any such irrefutable evidence comes up, everything about the alleged Dulce base and every book about Dulce base is nothing but speculations. In fact, I consider myself a skeptic when it comes to UFOs and aliens, much less about underground alien bases. . . ."

Cheers,
Frank
edit on 18-5-2011 by Frank Warren because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 23 2011 @ 08:12 PM
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Great work, Frank! Your investigative skills are commendable.

Perhaps you should try and post your findings on Sanchez's own UFO Highway forum. I would but I've been banned and all of my posts removed.

ufohighway.com...



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 12:47 PM
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Good Day DesNukem,


Originally posted by DesNukem
Great work, Frank! Your investigative skills are commendable.

Perhaps you should try and post your findings on Sanchez's own UFO Highway forum. I would but I've been banned and all of my posts removed.

ufohighway.com...


Anthony has shown his true colors, and for me and a few of my colleagues–we're simply done.

Cheers,
Frank



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:28 PM
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Today I became a new member of this site and I read your post. About 20 years ago I read the book UFO REALITY with great interests. Nowadays I don't have the time to read books, I search the Internet and read websites and articles on forums. However, the book UFO HIGHWAY sounds good too. In fact, I was in Nevada near Area 51 in October 1998 for some research on this Area and so on. There is an Extraterrestrial Highway. You are welcome for more information.

From Zubaida
edit on 24-6-2011 by Zubaida because: I forgot to add my name



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 01:55 PM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 03:16 PM
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Can I ask you a simple question? You seem like an intelligent person, very capable with words, etc. How can you state that you "know" about aliens? How can you post something on a forum dedicated to a subject as fascinating as the UFO phenomenon is, and clutter it with utter science fiction that you have ZERO substantiation for? Holy entertainment induced gullibility!

Ever heard of ethics? The people that created this fictional slant and influence within the UFO research community haven't. I can assure you that much.



posted on Jun, 24 2011 @ 03:41 PM
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Originally posted by Turiddu
I find it extremely hard to believe that a "secret base" is under Dulce, NM. Such a base would require huge amounts of supplies each week to operate and the tractor-trailers would easily be spotted. The whole story reads like bad 1990s science fiction with a dash of the "nightmare" side of Ufology.


Not to mention the FACT that our satellite imaging equipment could pick this base up underground just like it did the lost city in Egypt a month ago. This is just more conspiracy nonsense IMO.

www.msnbc.msn.com...
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posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 12:24 AM
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Good info. I read the ebook too. And you are right about the TA-D3 reference, but after asking it turns out that the photo of the hangar was in TA-D1 not TA-D3. That was a typo. It also turns out that the book was released when it was still in rough manuscript form, and had never been edited. Remember that Sanchez was going to abandon his work over his personal problems, but that other researchers told him to not give up on it. That's why it was released as-is on Amazon. I found out more about this at the Project Camelot site. Incidentally, the book is awesome.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 12:29 AM
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What!? I bought the book and all the photos are there, so I do not know what this person is talking about. And you Frank are a hypocrite. You befriend the guy, then you back stab him. My friend's who are real researchers unlike you say the DD-214 document is real and that if it does contain (one error) it is probably the government who is trying to discredit the Colonel.

You are fake. You are not a researcher and your terrible terrible website proves it. Stick to animated .gifs and horrible radio interviews. Sanchez is way more credible than you.



posted on Aug, 16 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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You, are a d*ck sir. I paid $20.00 for this ebook, and you are giving it away. That sucks...



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