Pic from New Illuminati.
Like I said in a previous post or two, I've been catching up on past shows of Coast-to-Coast AM. The November 15th program threatened to be a snoozer for me until I heard those captivating words, "Dulce Base." If you're new to things, I'll give you a quick fill-in.
Outside the town of Dulce, New Mexico is Archuletta Mesa. Inside that mesa is said to be a massive underground base where our government and our military works in conjunction with several different alien races, performing all manner of heinous experiments on human beings. Naturally, the area is also a hotbed of UFO activity. The kicker here is that as the lore goes, the aliens took control of the base in 1979 and U.S. special ops had to go in and retake the facility in a bloody battle. Many on both sides wound up missing or dead.
Followers of this blog know that for quite a while now, I've been planning to write a book about Dulce. The book would be a sort of Truman Capote meets Whitley Strieber text. Half of the book would be my literary nonfiction speculation on what, supposedly, happened inside the base during the battle of Dulce. The other half would be my personal narrative of visiting the area, talking with people who live there, and interviewing those who have already done extensive research into Dulce Base. I'm also interested in exploring why...if this ends up being a pure fabrication...things like this get started and perpetuate.
The guest on the episode of Coast-to-Coast that I mentioned was Anthony F. Sanchez. He is an author who apparently has done a fair amount of looking into the Dulce case, including meeting with the so-called "Colonel X," an anonymous, high-ranking military officer who allegedly came forward about the battle at Dulce. I have a book by X, whom I believe was credited as "Commander X" at the time. Or that could be an error, certainly, as the book was riddled with spelling and grammatical errors. On the episode, however, Sanchez mentioned something that I have not heard before.
He argues that the Greys are not actually aliens but organisms created by a "progenitor race" on Earth 25,000 years ago. Also, experiments continue unabated to this day at Dulce, experiments conducted on abducted humans. Additionally, there has been a long stretch of cattle mutilations in that area of New Mexico. One case, pointed out by the venerable Bill Birnes on both C2C and on his former show, UFO Hunters, involved a the finding a cow's body with a human head upon it. Birnes got this from Gabe Valdez, a police officer in Dulce who doubts that any alien activity is occurring at Archuletta Mesa but there is obviously something weird going on in New Mexico.
True or untrue, it all just fascinates me. If it is a pure falsehood, I do not plan to offer salvo to those who support the story in my writing, but rather I wish to find out just how a story like this comes to be. After all, it's up there with the best of pulp scifi...and it has an outside shot of being real.And if all that has been alleged about Dulce is true, then it's obviously a big deal. Big for many reasons, not the least of which is that U.S. servicemen died in battle there. Their story deserves to be told.
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