posted on Jun, 27 2013 @ 12:45 PM
I meant to talk about this yesterday but time eluded me, and that is the enigma of Paul Bennewitz and the Dulce phenomena, whatever that may be.
I've heard that Bennewitz was a loose cannon raving to everyone and their dog about an impending alien invasion, and I've also heard that Bennewitz
was a man of few words, who would not speculate without ample proof. Which Bennewitz is the real one (and are there other incarnations)? I tend to
believe he was a man of science, who got too close to a viper's nest of whatever bizarre intelligence is between Kirtland AFB, Mr Richard
(Strawberry Ice Cream/SERPO) Doty, and Dulce. Paul Bennewitz, man of science who produced finely calibrated scientific instruments via a small company
he founded, Thunder Scientific (still existing today), and he sold these instruments to the military. As far as I can imagine, if he was to come
across an unknown phenomena he would apply scientific methods and analysis - in order to advance any sort of opinion on this crazed mythology, one
must make a few assumptions of what to believe.
OK, so Bennewitz witnessed UFOs; were they 'ours', 'ET', or inter-dimensional entities? If these craft were top secret military craft, why the
sustained attacks on his mental health? By all accounts Paul Bennewitz was a patriot and he believed the US was being invaded by aliens. I lean
towards the belief that if told he had witnessed highly classified info, he would know to keep his mouth shut (after all, he was a WW2 veteran).
By accounts Bennewitz believed he was intercepting alien communications, and he thought he could translate them. It's been suggested these were a
tool of deception to lead Bennewitz to believe he was communicating with and witnessing UFOs , to cover the classified projects he stumbled over. I
don't buy it - now there are many layers of deception and obfuscation, but it's not as fouled as the waters of Roswell. There are some well written
accounts I have read, with varying conclusions, but people should make their own minds up. Something smells funny here.
Paul Bennewitz believed there was an alien base in Dulce, perhaps the belief led by the appearance of Myrna Hansen (and who was she really?), alleged
abductee. Reports of a base in Dulce are hard to swallow, but who knows for sure? Vallee says, "Where does their garbage go?", and he's correct,
but regardless, there's some high strangeness between Doty, Moore, Hansen, Bennewitz, and the potential alien/human base supposedly near Archuleta
Mesa. Bennewitz spoke of aliens travelling through walls to give him injections - this reeks of MK ULTRA, but I still think Bennewitz was onto
something, but this something is met, magnified, and converted to BS via the highly effective manure generator, RIchard Doty.
If any of what Bennewitz saw or believed is true, this is quite a significant thing, with ramifications for everything that has succeeded it. Even J.
Allen Hynek was implicated, delivering the (probably compromised) computer which Bennewitz supposedly could talk to the 'aliens' through.
There are some fascinating threads on ATS about Bennewitz, and other interesting ingredients are the cattle mutilations, on the home turf of Gabe
Valdez (another one of the good guys I think), plus lots of UFO sitings. Mr Valdez made contradictory statements regarding his own beliefs about this
phenomena, but I am of the belief that Gabe Valdez was a cautious man, thrown in the deep end, needing to negotiate a landscape that was highly
political as well as extremely strange. I've heard Valdez quoted that the mutilations were done by humans (to look as if done by UFOs), as well as
hearing that later on Valdez had some belief that there may have been a base under Dulce.
So where does this leave us? Absolutely no closer to anything resembling the truth (if there's such a thing in a post-modern world), but I think this
is like a hologram or fractal; if one can somehow reassemble the Dulce-Bennewitz-Mutilation enigma into something cogent, it should be possible to
understand the much larger picture with at least a semi-valid hypothesis (and hopefully not end up with reptilians of which I am highly skeptical).
We may never do so, but far better to go down fighting and use the information we have, however deviant it may be, rather than throwing up our hands,
and making blanket statements like 'All UFOs are military', or some such nonsense. The mystery must be embraced, and I believe it was Vallee who
suggested that perhaps understanding is beyond the scope of the human brain, and other methodologies like shamanism (at least accessing the non
rational parts of the mind) should be investigated.
Another shard of the holographic whole worth investigating is that of Skinwalker Ranch. Also, the experiments of Dr Richard Straussman with the
Tryptamines should not be dismissed (and why many using these substances see Greys, Grasshopper beings, and other Insectoid creatures).