Archive for April, 2009
Well from a reliable source deep inside the allusive UFO Study Group, they held their April soirée in a backroom of a public building in Albuquerque.
The main topic of the day was the Dulce conference and its impact on the Jicarilla Apache Nation. One of the members of the group will be continuing the Dulce research by interviewing some of the locals to gather additional information to understand the complexities of the subject. It sounds like there could be more amazing facts forth coming. But they may not be made public because of the potential sensitivity. It also came out that as the group members were leaving Dulce, several locals confronted them to share some of their strange stories. Several of these people were profoundly shaken from their abduction-type experiences and their various UFO sightings. The locals also brought out pictures of weird animals that were half this and half that. One of the MJ-7 members was upset by the amount of pain he saw in the locals’ eyes. It seems that some of the locals were asking for help or maybe just needed someone to talk to and listen to and tell them it would be all right. It sounds like the MJ-7 group has several members who could provide this sort of help, if the Jicarilla Apache will invite them to listen.
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MJ-7’s April Gathering—Is it all True Series #81 @ Truth Seeker Forum
I ended up not making the meeting. Forgot to set the alarm and totally overslept. :-)
So I went up on the roof and set up my video cam (with a IR lens, using night mode) on a tripod facing the area where I had seen the white glowing orb, red orb and where the plane disappeared. I sat there watching the area and filming for about 10 minutes. I was disappointed because nothing else strange seemed to happen in that area.
However, later when I reviewed the video I found the part in the video above. That video is slowed down as much as imovie would allow, so you can imagine how fast they were moving and you can also view the original video here. The objects weren’t in very many frames, but here are some of the frame grabs I got -
Those are in no real order because imovie does not let you go frame by frame and so I had to grab them wherever I could find them.
I do know 1) they were not birds or planes because I purposely kept an eye out for those things so they wouldn’t be mistaken for something unknown. 2) there was absolutely no wind, so there was nothing being blown across the viewing area.
I suppose they could be insects, but they really don’t look anything like insects.
Anyhow, I was really happy to finally pick something up using the IR set up and plan to continue experimenting throughout the summer and I ordered some different editing software that will hopefully be better than imovie.
Yesterday, as every afternoon when the weather permits, I took my coffee and went outside with my cat Lady Kanga. Kanga was traumatized as a kitten by sneaking out and being locked out all night on a cold night. Since then she will only go out with me. Britton joined us out there and we were talking when I caught sight of a glowing white orb in the sky. I pointed it out to Britton, he was very excited, I see them quite often, but he doesn’t look for them and therefore never sees them. This is what we saw:
It is a bit blurred. I assume that is because I didn’t have a tripod. It looked to us like a perfect white ball and it was moving slowly and silently across the sky. I took 3 photos of it, they are all basically the same. Britton had me go in to get my video camera. As I was turning my video camera on Britton told me “it disappeared.” He didn’t understand how it could just disappear, but I know that often happens and not just with UFOs as he would soon find out.
Right about then came an unmaked white plane, basically following the same flight path. Britton was watching it, assuming it was following the object we had just seen. A little while later he was amazed when the plane disappeared in the same spot where the UFO disappeared. I was not so amazed. I have had planes disappear before too.
Not even a minute after that I notice a cigar shaped white object flying to the south. I had the video camera, but I must have forgot to push the rec button because it wasn’t on the video. No matter, I think it was too far off by the time I saw it to have got any good video.
Then not more than a few minutes later I see a red orb in the same area where the white orb and plane disappeared. My camera was only a few feet away, but by the time I got it the object had disappeared. Quite honestly, the last object struck me as being a large balloon, rather than a controlled object, but I have no idea why anyone would be releasing a balloon that large in that area.
It was at that time I decided that I would go up on the roof where the view of the sky is better and set up my video camera with the IR lens. My experiment finally yielded some results! I will tell you about that in part 2 because I still have some video editing that I want to do.
According to a CNN report April 20, 2009, former astronaut Edgar Mitchell told an audience at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., that the basic story of a 1947 UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico, is true.
Mitchell was an astronaut on the Apollo 14 mission to the moon in 1971 and he spoke at the National Press Club after the fifth annual X-Conference, an event focused on research involving UFOs.
CNN reported that Mitchell told journalists that there is firm knowledge that extraterrestrial life exists and this information is being held back from the general public in the U.S. and internationally.
Mitchell was raised in Roswell and knew many of the townspeople there. He said they confided to him years later about what they knew, although they had been told to keep the information quiet.
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In continuing my coverage of the Dulce Conference, Mr. O’ Brien was the next speaker. His expertise was on the strange things that are happening in the huge San Luis Valley near Dulce. Some say this valley is the largest in the world, but I am going to conservatively say it is one of the largest in North America. But anyways he knows San Luis Valley and has written several excellent books on the subject. I have read them all and visited the area several times. From my personal observations, it is truly a place of strange events.
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by Norio Hayakawa
April 16, 2009
There seems to have been an allegation that the government, beginning in the mid 1970s and lasting till the early 1980s, may have conducted clandestine operations in and near Dulce, New Mexico involving experiments with bovine diseases, anthrax and other substances as part of biological warfare research.
See the following clip on cattle mutilations that took place in the Dulce area in the late 1970s (History Channel, March 25, 2009):
Was there a cover-up in Dulce, New Mexico?
Were there some illegal dumping or storage of toxic chemicals and other bio-hazardous materials in the nearby areas?
Is it possible that the government intentionally created a convenient cover story (i.e., the underground alien base scenario) to conceal those clandestine activities?
(Incidentally, the Four Corners area of New Mexico as well as the regions east of the Four Corners area have been known to be an area with high frequencies of sightings of strange flying objects as well as claims of paranormal activities, especially after World War II.
This remote region, filled with deep-rooted cultural and spiritual beliefs of the Native Americans such as the Jicarilla Apache Nation of Dulce, may have been an ideal and convenient location to conduct clandestine operations as far as the government was concerned.)
And if this were the case, was it possible for the government to have staged a series of fake UFO-type incidents in the area, utilizing high tech equipment such as holographic projection devices?
Former New Mexico State Patrol officer, Gabe Valdez, who was in charge of the Dulce area during those years, seems to think so. Recently he told me personally that he is convinced that appearances of UFOs were staged by the government through such devices.
I totally concur with Gabe Valdez on this matter.
I bring this up because early in 1994 I had corresponded with a Canadian investigative journalist by the name of Serge Monast who first informed me of NASA’s alleged project called BLUE BEAM. (Unfortunately, I learned only two years later that Serge Monast passed away of a massive heart attack at his residence in Canada).
I hereby present my hypothesis that the government may have conducted a limited-scale, prototype BLUE BEAM operations in Dulce during the height of the cattle mutilations years and staged a series of UFO incidents in that area.
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Ed Gomez, a local rancher, provided amazing descriptions of many of the cattle mutilations his family experienced in the 1970’s. Udders, tongues, lower lips, left eyes were removed with surgical precision. Their cattle losses were in the hundreds of thousands of dollars. An interesting fact was that only cattle that were born and raised on this land were ever bothered, mutilated or otherwise. Also the animals were marked with florescent paint several days before the harvesting event was preformed. Ed questions, was someone checking out the toxins in these particular cattle body parts that were consistently taken? Was this area of the country exposed to something very toxic, chemical or nuclear, etc? Was our government monitoring the progress of poisonous agents? Or were these just alien tricksters using tender membranes for some delicacy.
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CHIMAYO, N.M. (AP) – State transportation workers are getting the route ready for the annual Good Friday pilgrimage to the Santuario de Chimayo in northern New Mexico.
Thousands of pilgrims flock to the Roman Catholic chapel each year, keeping alive an old Catholic tradition of making sacrifices and penance to atone for sins.
New Mexico Transportation Secretary Gary Giron says crews have started sweeping along the usual routes to Chimayo. They also will close the right lane on northbound U.S. 84/285 between N.M. 599 and the Tesuque interchange to give pilgrims a safe walking area.
The department plans to put signs throughout the area to warn motorists of pedestrians on the roadway.
Law enforcement will patrol the routes during the pilgrimage.
(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)
This is a very big deal for Catholics in NM at Easter. Nearly 30,000 people make this pilgrimage each year, many of them walking from Albuquerque and even further.
Back years ago, there was a miraculous sand pit at the Santuario. Supposedly it refilled itself miraculously each night. However, several years back a priest actually admitted that they fill it each night with blessed sand. Still, there are many people that claim to have been healed by the blessed sand or maybe by the Santuario itself.
We will be meeting on April 18th, from 12:30-2:30 at Manzano Multi- generational center here in Albuquerque. I am sure Norio and others that attended the Dulce Conference will be there and have lots to share. I will most likely be there, though 12:30 pm is really early for me. Anyone is welcome to join us!
A list of articles on the conference so far -
Report: Dulce Underground Base Conference, by Greg Bishop
Dulce Underground UFO Base Conference Ends, by Michael Salla
First Dulce, New Mexico Conference, by Dennis Balthaser
and Norio’s report here at NM LOWFI
Probably more to come.