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Also, the Treaty Laws which created the reservation state that the US Military is NOT allowed to occupe tribal lands, which rules out the possibility of a secret base being out there.
Originally posted by shorty
There isn't much good evidence, not to be found on the net at least. Much less is there any proof of its existence. It's very much a matter of trusting the web site and trusting the person giving the info. Don't know if you've read this or not, but you might find it interesting.
It's from a guy who claimed to be shot with an alien gun...and a guy who claims he helped build the base itself.
Originally posted by Gliese581
The Dulce Report,
by Dr Michael E. Salla
September 25, 2003
Conclusion: Political Implications of Alleged Human Rights Abuses at Dulce Contents
"The political implications of the human rights abuses of what occurred at the Dulce underground base require immediate attention through credible human rights organizations investigating such allegations.
Furthermore, congressionally sponsored inquiries are required on a number of key issues stemming from alleged abuses at Dulce:
participating in treaties with ET races without congressional ratification;
‘black budget’ funding of illegal deep black programs that operate without Congressional or Executive Office oversight;
military hostilities between US security agencies and ET races without the general public or Congress being informed of the causes and justifications of such actions;
and accountability for human rights abuses committed at Dulce and possibly other underground bases in the US and elsewhere.
Rather than what occurred at Dulce being limited solely to the US government, it is very likely that other major world governments have agreed to similar arrangements with ET races where the human rights of its citizens are traded for advanced ET technology. The full extent of what occurred at Dulce may be a watershed in human history.
It could well be the first time in recorded history that humanity has to deal in a politically responsible way with the legacy of human rights abuses committed by another species upon members of the human race, and complicity by various military, intelligence and/or corporate personnel in not taking the appropriate actions to prevent such abuses. "
My, my, my!, what on Earth?, I wondered.
Then — Woops! — I realized it wasn’t Earth at all. This inquiry
had to come from somewhere else, far, far away. But the moon wasn’t
full and there was no hot, dry wind out of the desert — the kind that
drives people mad.
Crystals, maybe. . . from Santa Fe or Taos. Or leaf mold. Or cow
chip mushrooms. Or one of those places you hear about where a
confluence of “forces” creates a window that affords a view into the
gigauniverse of knowledge. Or maybe just a nutcase with no new
conspiracies. We see a few of those in our office.
“He” sent a couple of inquiries a few days ago — about 10 days
apart, one to Media Relations and one to the Labs webmaster — both
wondering about secret tunnels and underground facilities connecting
Sandia to Los Alamos via Dulce, N.M.
“Has a UFO at any time ever been brought to your facility?” the
first one asked. “Are there underground facilities at Sandia? What
purpose do they serve? Do you have any communications with the multilevel
underground facility labs in Dulce, New Mexico? Thanks!”
Note the sign-off exclamation point. That guy is really EXCITED
Then this: “Sandia Webmaster, would you please forward my
question to a Sandia public affairs officer or someone who works at the
Sandia labs? Thank you!
“Does the Sandia National Labs facility connect to a multi-level
underground facility located in Dulce, New Mexico, 1-3 miles under the
Archuleta Mesa region, as well as LANL via an underground tube shuttle
system?” And another exclamatory “Thank you!”
The latter inspired a response from one of our group’s wags —
fictitious, of course. It wasn’t sent outside — you don’t like to
encourage this species — but it was circulated through our offices and
amused all of us for a while. Its high points:
“Actually, the secret tunnel is all about . . . the Naivete bean.
. . . We need an extract from this bean to manufacture propulsion
systems for rockets. . . .
“Obviously we couldn’t dig a secret tunnel under Santa Fe for
transport of the beans to the labs, so in 1961 we turned to Dulce.
. . . We dug only at night to escape detection by Soviet spy satellites.
. . . [And] for nearly 20 years some 16,000 Sandia and Los Alamos
employees smuggled the dirt from the tunnel out of the labs [in their
shoes] and covertly spread it all over Albuquerque and Northern New
Mexico. As a result, [Albuquerque] has risen at least a few inches
And, it wrapped up, “Yes, the secret tunnel and tube shuttle do
exist. However, the multi-level underground facility is an
exaggeration. That’s probably a reference to another secret facility
Well, the pay-raise package may be a little light this year, but
we at least have some fun at work.
— Howard Kercheval (844-7842, MS 0165, email@example.com)
A lot of work’s been going on in the short street in front of
Bldg. 800 for the past few weeks. The area was isolated with chain-link
fencing; pavement was removed; a trench was dug; big trucks with largediameter,
flexible conduits appeared.
If you had a tendency to conspiracy theories, you might wonder if
there really was something to that old story about an underground
tunnel connecting Sandia to Los Alamos and Dulce.
(B) insert at the end before the period the following:
‘‘: Provided further, That using funds provided herein, the
Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers,
is directed to transfer $2,500,000 to the Secretary
of the Interior for the Bureau of Reclamation to proceed
with the Jicarilla Municipal
Originally posted by DJM8507
Here is a document that goes into detail about water research studies at Dulce, as well as the rate of diversion and tapping into the water table, etc.
[edit on 3-3-2010 by DJM8507]
[edit on 3-3-2010 by DJM8507]