Posts Tagged ‘Manzano base’
by Norio Hayakawa:
New Mexico is officially the Land of Enchantment.
However, it seems that there are some who take this state motto almost literally and even believe that it is indeed the Land of Enchantment in more ways than one.
Some even seem to regard New Mexico as a state that has always been (and continues to be) filled with unexplained mysteries, especially when it comes to UFOs and paranormal phenomena.
Of course New Mexico has Roswell, world famous for its alleged 1947 “crash” incident.
What really took place in July of 1947 outside of Roswell no one knows for sure.
Perhaps there may be prosaic explanations to that incident.
But, again, no one knows for sure.
We have also heard about alleged crashes near Corona, also nearMagdalena and in the Plains of San Agustin, all in New Mexico.
The bottom line to me is that whether it really took place or not( i.e., the alleged crash of an “extraterrestrial” spacecraft, as had been so claimed and described by witnesses at that time) is really not what matters the most.
Besides, it seems that we do not have a single publiclyacknowledged solid, tangible, physical, irrefutable documentary evidence that we have ever been (or are being) visited by physical extraterrstrial aliens in physical extraterrestrial spacecraft.
But this does not mean at all that the UFO phenomenon does not exist.
In fact, the UFO phenomenon seems to remain a great mystery, even from time immemorial.
It’s just that we cannot come to any hasty conclusions equating this phenomenon with physical extraterrestrial visitations.
That’s the bottom line.
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Not terribly far from my house a fire has been burning in the Manzano mountains. I am not sure how long it has been burning now, but long enough to have burnt 275 acres. It could have been put out days ago, but the DOD (who owns the land) wouldn’t let firefighters in because they said there might be “unexploded ordnances” left over from the 1940s and 50s. Now, days later, they suddenly change their mind. What? Did the unexploded ordnances disappear over night? It seems fishy to me. I kind of wonder what might really have been going on over there and if whatever it was actually started the fire, rather than lightening as they claim.
While I was looking for photos of the fire I came across this page which is a pretty good page about Manzano base. It has several illustrations, like this one -
At first glance it looks right, but having searched the area on google satellite many times there seems to be a lot of missing stuff. Especially a lot of underground storage areas (or whatever those underground thingies are used for) there are a lot more than that map shows. That map makes you think there is only 1 mountain with shafts going underground, but that is wrong. The one shown is the largest and what is known as Manzano Mt, but there are also two smaller ones. Also missing is Starfire Optical Range -
I am wondering how much land is owned by the DOD because the area where the fire is burning is not on that map. It is actually fairly far from the base, meaning there is a lot more DOD land than what people consider to be KAFB and Manzano Base.
Just another strange little thing — the area the fire is burning at in the Manzano Mts is called Mars Canyon. Did the DOD name it that? While there are places in NM that resemble Mars, that area isn’t one of them. It is very green, not desert at all.
IS THE TOWN OF DULCE, NEW MEXICO THE LOCATION OF AN UNDERGROUND BASE GUARDED BY U.S. FORCES AND INHABITED BY A GROUP OF SINISTER EXTRATERRESTRIALS?
It is an absolutely incredible story, says Timothy Green Beckley editor of the Conspiracy Journal. Since the mid to late 1970s there have been all sorts of rumors about an underground laboratory beneath the town of Dulce. . .The UFO Hunters show on the History Channel recently featured the entire saga of what has been taking place on Native American soil, and a few days later George Noory and Coast to Coast AM plunged head first trying to make sense out of the various accounts that have surfaced.
Beckley admits that it is difficult to pin point exactly when this macabre saga started to develop. But he gives credit to an engineer named Paul Bennewitz for getting the ball rolling when Bennewitz says he was called to the area when aliens started to communicate with him over a radio receiver. He had been directed to Dulce after observing UFOs over Kirkland Air Force Bases nuclear storage facility. Standing near the tall cliffs outside Dulce, Bennewitz took a series of photographs showing unidentified craft diving into the mountains through what he claimed were entrance ways that could be opened and closed.
One individual in the U.S. military who was involved in the early stages of this investigation claims he engaged in hand to hand combat with ETs who had taken over level seven of the Dulce Base after a conflict with our soldiers. Another person involved in this epic committed “suicide” — or was it murder? -shortly after the “Dulce affair” was made public.
Much has been speculated upon regarding this sinister matter. But this is the complete work that contains balanced information and details from all sides. First time ever interview with Paul Bennewitz who was pushed over the edge never to return to sanity.
Timothy Green Beckley and Christa Tilton, with Sean Casteel, Dr. Michael E. Salla, Bruce Walton and me, Lesley Gunter!
This week in my Grey Matters column, I find that there may be gold and silver in those mountains — Manzano Mountains and right beneath Manzano base. Are gold and silver connected to UFO sightings? I probably don’t know the answer to that, but I muse about it a bit anyway. :-)