Where did you hear this from?
I have heard that the war at the dulce base in new mexico has resumed, and winged serpents and the greys have teamed up against the humans with backing from the nordics and hybrid super soilders. Any comments please post.
Where did you hear this from?
....? dude, where did you hear that?
Yes, and the humans called the US Coast Guard, who have been delayed because of having to push their dinghys through the sand dunes.
Sorry, couldn't resist. But seriously, here's something about the Dulce War and the link to the place I found it:
"In 1978, tensions within the Dulce base were extremely heightened. Several security and lab technicians began to sabotage the genetic experiments. Increasingly frail nerves and paranoia finally erupted into what is commonly referred to as the Dulce Wars. It was a literal battle between the reptilians and the humans for the CONTROL of the Dulce base. It was the reptilians more than the humans that were pushing the "Big Lie", and insisted on using humans in their experiments, AND those who did not survive the experiments [were used] as 'sources' for the liquid protein tanks which 'fed' both embryonic gray fetuses as well as full grown grays, as a source of nourishment. The initial "Dulce War" conflict began on Level Three.
No one is exactly sure how it started, but we do know through Thomas' account that it involved the [base] SECURITY FORCES armed with beam weapons known as "Flash Guns", machine-gun toting [U.S. Military] personnel, and the Gray alien species (who had apparently tried to turn the base security forces and U.S. Military forces against each other. - Branton). When the smoke cleared, sixty-eight humans had been killed, twenty-two were completely vaporized and nineteen escaped via the tunnels. Seven were recaptured and twelve remain in hiding to this day. Thomas returned to his post awaiting the planning of his own escape."
sounds like the gangland wars in the 50's if you ask me
It's an amusing story, but there is no such base in real life. The real story about Dulce arose from a physicist and businessman named Paul Bennewitz. Read about him here.
The truth is that Paul was most likely observing and recording classified signals connected to work done by the military. Paul's imagination with UFO crafts and extraterrestrial bases ultimately succeeding in leading him to believe something was going on beneath Dulce, which had led him astray from concentrating on what he was really observing.
as much as I believe in UFO's and aliens, this seems WAY to far fetched.
Ive read shit about Ducle having a major alien population. Like each level is for a different species! Not sure if it has any truth to it, but if its true than way cant the aliens be punching on with each other.......?
Kiku you think Bennewitz was simply a creative nut or do you think he was deliberately spreading disinformation. I always wonder 3 things; i-could it be true, ii-is it a deliberate misrepresentation, iii-is it just some person who is either deluded or genuinely confused.
Sometimes when I am reading all the stories about Dracos and greys and Mothmen and Satyrs and Nordics, I could swear it sounds like a pathetic attempt at spreading disinformation, some truth and then a lot of b.s. thrown in to make it all impossible to figure out.
I note some people say Nordics are friendly and from Pliades others that they are slaves of the Greys, and then woopsy they are both but look the same. Then I hear big nosed greys made a deal with humans but the small nosed ones didn't then woopsy there are real greys on Mars who the drone ones are spinned from. Then I am told soem Dracos are shape-shifters others are not, some eat human flesh and children then some drink the blood in satanic rituals.
You know for me as a Jew, if I took the word alien out and inserted Jew, these stories sound exactly like the anti-semitic crap that has been spun about Jewish people for so many thousands of years. The names change, but the descriptions of behaviour sound pretty much the same.
How much of this is deliberate ignorance and how much of it is just stupid humans up-dating their same old idiot stories stereo-typing that which they do not understand, is the question I guess.
Bennewitz was neither, to be honest. Before the events unfolded in front of him, Bennewitz was most certainly interested in UFO phenomena. The transmissions, hypnosis-induced testimony, and aerial lights were interpreted by him as the far-fetched Dulce story we hear now. I have every reason to believe he was accidentally tapping into top-secret projects by the government, and interpreted them as alien signals. He was led to believe, as some people here are, that the events were stemming from an underground base in Dulce - conveniently, away from the transmission signals.Originally posted by rube
[b]Kiku you think Bennewitz was simply a creative nut or do you think he was deliberately spreading disinformation.
I found Bennewitz to be diluted, considering he had no real scientific reason to believe in anything he was saying. Considering he was a physicist, the only logical answer is to think he wasn't living in the real world, which most certainly contributed to him being fed disinformation to lead him away from the original signals. I can't think of any other explanation that makes more sense than the one I've laid out.