Originally posted by LTafoya
reply to post by GVALDEZ
Greg. I was sorry to hear about your dad and my condolences.
Thanks for writing the book and setting things straight. After having grown-up in Dulce and having lived there for a majority of my life I have heard all the crazy rumors. I didn't realize how widespread the rumors were until I was checking into a hotel in Vallejo, California and the person looked at my license and said "Dulce, New Mexico. You have an alien base there, don't you?"
My dad once told me a story that one night he witnessed soldiers moving along a road along the tree line in the moonlight. It unnerved him. I did not quite believe the story but apparently it was
I am thoroughly enjoying the book. It is neat to read about areas you know about. I knew about Gasbuggy and knew there was an explosion used there but had no idea that it was nuclear
Originally posted by cavtrooper7
reply to post by GVALDEZ
He said he was Neurolinguisticly trained at Johns Hopkins.He described how an electromagnetic halo was involved.
He refused to get VA assistance because he would not talk to anyone who wasn't cleared.He also spoke of his mission during REX 84.
He shot himself in Dec2012.
edit on 31-7-2013 by cavtrooper7 because: misspoke
Originally posted by ImpactoR
reply to post by greyer
Phil Schneider has a famliy, kids right? Did he think lying to people like that is cool?
'Aliens working with humans huh? 'Real' aliens like in the Dulce stories, right? Don't try fooling me bastard, I now know about your bogus alien stories, don't give me those anymore'.
The treaty was to give us special atomic technology, atomic spaceships. Beam technology, beam weapons. And a thought beam technology, which is what the aliens use for communication. They need electronic nerve modifying metallic implants to talk to each other.
In exchange the aliens got quite a few underground bases, they were allowed to abduct humans on a limited and periodic basis, (they were supposed to provide MJ-12 with a list of all abductees and to return them safely), they were helped with processing of a special atomic fuel they need for their spaceships, and were given minerals, water, raw products and much much other help.
Then the truth came out, shortly before 1979 MJ-12 found out what the Grays were up to at their secret underground base at Dulce New Mexico. The abductions of humans were not for the "monitoring of a developing civilization" as claimed but for illegal genetic engineering experiments. Abductees were also found to have Electro-Implants for biological monitoring, tracking and control of the abductee. Implementation of posthypnotic suggestions. They found out that the aliens were using humans and cows for glandular secretions, enzymes, blood and hormonal secretions...
Err did you read what it is about or like the majority of skeptics jumped to claim that Dulce is bogus story?
Originally posted by Gazrok
I was commenting on the idea of the Dulce base, not the book. Until the book is out, kind of hard to comment on it. Like many, I researched the Dulce base when tales of it first came out, but it's difficult to ignore the very obvious problems like those I mentioned. Add to that, most of the ones touting the story form some of the most unreliable names in UFOlogy, and it just doesn't sit well.....
Originally posted by coastlinekid
G.Valdez' calling out John Lear pricks my ears also,...
J.L. is a character I agree,... but the way he was drummed out of this site has never sat well with me...
That kind of voice should never be quelled in these days of wonder and horror...