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Special Report…..Summary of findings relative to an object found in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico – PART 1
by Norio Hayakawa on Thursday, August 16, 2012 at 4:35pm
Summary of findings relative to an object found (in 2008) in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico – PART 1
August 16, 2012
Courtesy of Greg Valdez, the late Gabe Valdez and Howard Eliason, Ph.D. – partially released info, from the files of the late Gabe Valdez.
This summary is not the product of a committee nor is it a consensus of opinion of the person who found the object, those who made the on-site visitation, or those who conducted the follow up examination.
It was developed by one of the individuals participating in the follow up examination.
Summarized are initial observations, findings, and speculative thoughts relative to an object resembling a glass billiard ball that was discovered on private property by a resident west of Tierra Amarilla, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.
In order to respect the wishes regarding privacy and confidentiality of individuals, the identities of participants will not be given at this time.
This document was generated by H. Eliason, Ph.D., who visited the site three times and was one of two individuals who conducted the follow up examination.
It is hoped that this summary will generate sufficient interest which results in rigorous scientific enquiry of the object being discussed.
Approximately one year ago, in 2008, the resident observed “strange lights” (lights making a straight line or blinking, and orbs) as well as military aircraft over the property.
On one occasion while walking in the general direction where these lights and craft were spotted, the resident noticed a reflective object sticking slightly exposed above the g it, round.
Sweeping the ground away, it was easily removed from the earth, and was roughly the size of a billiard ball, with a glassy smooth surface and was purple in color.
For approximately five months, the resident kept the object in the house, and over the course of time developed a very strong emotional attachment to it.
“Just by holding it, it calmed me down whenever I was stressed”, indicated the person.
During one visit to this resident’s house, retired New Mexico State Patrol officer, Gabe Valdez, was shown the object, and upon initial inspection he recognized it as being similar to those encountered in the 1980s at another location in northern New Mexico.
As was the case in the 1980s, he suspected that the object before him had also been dropped by low flying aircraft.
Because of the involvement of multiple police departments and bystanders at that time, he was unable to find out what, if anything, was done in the way of follow up analysis.
Being uncertain of the characteristics or properties of the object, the retired police officer, cautioned the resident to remove it from the house, for fear of potential contamination.
His suspicions stemmed from his part experiences dealing with numerous cattle mutilations while in the course of his official police duties.
Radiation and other forms of contamination was present back then, and he wanted the resident to be cautious until more could be learned about the object.
Trusting in Gabe’s direction, the resident removed the object from the house and placed it outside in the umbrella hole of a picnic table near the front door.
“I hated to do it, but Gabe said to get it out of the house, so I did what he told me” indicated the resident.
The object remained outside for five-six months, and all that time the resident continued to feel a deep connection with it.
There was never any fear associated with the object whatsoever.
Photographed marked “Table” is where it was placed.
To this resident, the object is not just something that was found in a field and stuck on a shelf.
On the contrary, there is a very strong feeling of attachment toward this object.
Not the sort of attachment one might have for a favorite piece of jewelry for example.
When the resident spoke about the object to the writer of this summary, it was evident that the subject evoked a positive emotional reaction.
As we will see in this summary, the same reaction was apparently generated in two other people who have interacted with the object.
In the rest of the report, the object of interest will be referred to as “the globe”.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
On this day, at approximately 11:00 a.m., Gabe Valdez returned to the property, accompanied by four other individuals, to observe the globe, and conduct preliminary testing for radiation.
Including the visitors and those already on the property, eight people were present.
Some in the group were reluctant to handle the globe for fear of contamination, however, it was tested with a Geiger counter and showed no signs of radiation, nor did it register on a magnetometer.
It should be noted that when Gabe Valdez held a compass near the globe, it produced slight movement, while the magnometer did not register anything.
The first noticeable distinguishing mark was a protrusion of material from the smooth surface of the globe.
The protrusion appeared to be part of the surface of the globe and formed four uniform circular opaque rings.
The protrusion had height, and the surface of the circular rings created groves and were rough to the touch.
The rough surface of the protrusion could be felt with the fingers, and was so noticeable, that when held while photographed, it was positioned so that it was at the top center of the globe in order to serve as a reference point for vertical.
The protrusion is clearly visible at the top of the globe in photographs 1, 2, 2A, 2B.
The Field Observation Sketch relative to the globe was drawn by the person who handled the globe while photographed on site and then participated in the follow up examination three days later.
It shows that the 4 lines had an estimated height of .010 inch off the surface of the globe, and the 3 concentric groves estimated to have a dept of .0050 nch.
The 3 groves reduced in size roughly one half inch in diameter at the outside point.
See Field Observation Sketch.
It should be noted that the resident, (the owner of the globe) had not noticed the protrusions or the lines prior to that day, although a neighbor who had considerable familiarity with it said they were noticeable one week before.
One member of the group discounted the possibility of anything unusual about the globe, and said it was simply a large marble that had probably been lost long ago.
The clearly visible protrusions with circular lines were offered as proof that it had been machined, since the lines indicated where it had been extruded, or removed from the machine that manufactured it.
Points to be stressed are: the globe had a protrusion with circular lines that were observed at th site, felt by some participants, and are visible in photographs taken at the site.
During the time on the site, the Geiger counter and magnetometer were turned on as the group made its way around.
No significant readings were generated on the Geiger counter, and the magnetometer did not register at all.
Among the 79 photographs taken on site by one individual was of a small white plane that flew high overhead,a nd random shots of the sky even though nothing was seen or heard.
Past experience has shown that sophisticated craft appear in photographs taken with a digital camera, while not visible with the unaided eyes.
When the photograph was later enlarged there were four unidentified objects. Photographs #3,4.
It was agreed that the globe would be loaned to two of the participants for further analysis at a location off site.
It was placed in a tissue box on top of soft tissues and placed in a thick steel lined portable safe which was then locked and placed in Gabe Valdez’s car trunk.
The locked safe was transferred 45 minutes later to the vehicle of one of the individuals who would be assessing it closer.
It was then taken immediately to a private residence a short driving distance away, whre a closer inspection would occur.
It remained a that location locked in the safe and undisturbed until 9:00 a.m. Tuesday morning August 25.
The owner later expressed their protective attitude toward the globe, and admitted the great reluctance to even let the globe out of their possession to be studied, and the only reason was due to knowing and trusting Gabe Valdez and H. Eliason.
The point cannot be overstated, that the owner’s attachment to the globe is not the same as one would have toward other personal possessions such as a piece of jewelry.
There is an emotional component to it, one that encompasses true concern for it and a sense of responsiblity for the globe’s well being.
EXAMINATION OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN ON AUGUST 22
The photographs taken on August 22 were entered into the computer and by using the Canon ZoomBrowser and the HP Photosmart programs, wre enlarged, and in some instances enhanced, with the HP Photosmart program to better define parts of interest in the pictures.
Adjusting the photograph’s color, brightness, contrast, saturation, and using other advanced editing options in the HP Photosmart program ofentimes enables invisible objects to become visible.
The photographs are honest representations and were not faked in any way.
Note that all of the points of interest discussed are located INSIDE the globe, EXCEPT the protrusion with circular lines mentioned above. (see photographs 2, 2A, 2B, field observation sketch).
Examination of the globe
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Three individuals were present for this daylong examination of the globe.
One of the three, being an interested bystander.
The project began at 9:00 a.m. and continued without break until 3:00 p.m.
75 photographs were taken by one individual during the day long examination process.
The protrusion with circular lines (photograph 2, 2A, 2B)
With all three individuals observing, the globe was removed from the locked safe box.
The first step was going to be orienting the globe in the vertical by holding the globe so that the protrusion with circular lines would be at the top.
While watching the globe being turned in search of the lines, it became evident that the protrusion with circular lines seen in photograph #2 was no longer there.
The protrusion with circular lines was no longer there.
It had disappeared leaving no trace of ever being on the globe.
Eight photographs were taken from various angles to verify the absence of lines.
See sheets #18-19, and the section Photographed on indexed pedestal.
Since the only place the globe had been for three days was in the tissue box inside the locked safe box, whatever happened to those lines happened inside that locked safe.
Therefore alll minute dust particles from both were gathered and placed in an envelope for future examination.
The envelope is included with this summary.
In order to proceed with the examination process, a reference point was established with a piece of transparent tape and placed where it was suspected the protrusion with circular lines had been.
No indication was ever found relative to the original location of the protrusion with circular lines.
MORE INFO TO FOLLOW IN PART 2, including:
Weight, Temperature, Reaction to magnetism while globe was on scale, Diameter, Density, Material, Coloring, Visible changes apparently caused by intentional actions, etc.
Norio Hayakawa will be conducting a FREE, guided one-day tour to Dulce, New Mexico on Saturday, May 12, 2012. The theme of my free, guided tour is: UFO CONSPIRACY TOUR OF DULCE, NEW MEXICO. I will be leading a car caravan for this guided tour. The entire information is posted on this YouTube post: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9AknF3k4dU
The car caravan will depart at 6:30 a.m. from the northwest-most corner of the parking lot of HOME DEPOT (located at the northeast corner of Hwy 550 and Sprint Blvd. in Rio Rancho). The caravan will proceed on Hwy 550 going towards Cuba. We will then go north on Hwy 537 (which will begin at the corner of Hwy 550 and Apache Nugget Casino). We will then go West on Hwy 64.
First stop: GROUND ZERO of the 1967 underground explosion (PROJECT GASBUGGY) that took place 22 miles SW of Dulce. We will be there for about an hour, from around 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. For those of you will may be going directly to Dulce, here are the directions to GROUND ZERO: http://www.atomictourist.com/gasbug.htm
From there, we will proceed to Dulce, going east on Hwy 64.
We will join with the other contingent of the trip (those who will meet us directly at Dulce) at the parking lot of Best Western Hotel in Dulce. The caravan will depart from the parking lot of Best Western Hotel at 11:30 a.m. We will take you to the famous Gomez grocery store on Hwy 64 and view the Gomez family’s last remaining ranch (where cattle mutilations took place in the 70s).
We will then proceed back to Dulce and take a left on Narrow Gage Rd.. We will make a right at J-2 dirt road, which is located at the foothills of the Archuleta Mesa.
the road that goes up to Mount Archuleta.
Seguro Canyon Rd. (the road that goes up to Archuleta Mesa).
We will not go up the Archuleta Mesa.
We will stop at the picnic area of Navajo River on J-2 road. This area was the scene of alleged bigfoot sightings years ago.
the bridge from where communication towers of Archuleta Mesa are clearly visible.
We will also go to the Dulce Rock area (where there have been many sightings of strange flying objects in the past).
We will also go to the Dulce Lake.
We will also go to the Dulce airport area (where there had been reports of strange hovering objects at the end of the runway in the past).
We will also visit the neighboring town of Lumberton from where we can see the Eastern Slopes of Archuleta Mesa. We will talk to some local residents who have some amazing sighting reports in that area.
We will then go back to Dulce and visit the parking lot of Dulce Elementary School (that has a rather enigmatic design of its circular driveway as seen from satellite photos). We will see the “arrow” on that driveway. We will also look at a snow-capped mountain located northeast of this sport – exactly 18 miles away from that spot.
At each of these stops, I will be giving explanations of the significance of each location. There will be much, much more to this interesting field trip. Please join us on May 12, 2012.
Check it out over at Norio Hayakawa’s Thoughts.
The New Mexico UFO and Paranormal Forum will present a special speaker, William Lyne, for its September forum on Saturday, September 17, 2011. The forum is open to the public and admission is FREE.
It will start at 1:15 p.m. and will end at 3 p.m.and will be held at Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center (Room 5), 501 Elizabeth St., SE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87123.
William Lyne was born in Big Spring, Texas, and raised in West Texas oil boom towns and ranching country. He had a Top Secret clearance in Air Force Intelligence, earned a B.S. degree with a double major in Art and Industrial Technology from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas, acquired an M.F.A. in Studio Arts from the University of Texas at Austin in 1969, and has lived in New Mexico for over 28 years.
In 1975, he rejected a high-paying and prestigious executive CIA position offered by the then director George Bush, because he believes the National Security Act of 1947 is an illegal betrayal of American Sovereignty and liberty, and that the flying saucer, as man’s greatest invention, should be enjoyed by all.
He believes that the USA government should be prohibited from engaging in covert and illegal mind-control of the American people, because it fraudulently violates our bill of (Human) Rights by circumventing our right to fully informed consent or refusal.
He began research leading to the the publication of his book (Space Aliens from the Pentagon, now in its third edition under the new title Pentagon Aliens) over 48 years ago, and recognized the “Roswell Incident” as a bungled hoax when it was created in 1947 by military intelligence personnel at Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, New Mexico and perpetrated in the vicinity of nearby Roswell.
His recent video interview can be seen at:
For over 48 years, William Lyne has studied and researched “flying saucers” after he and others personally witnessed these craft while growing up along the southern New Mexico border.
His discoveries led to much different answers than has been propagated by the government for over half a century.
Lyne has written three books to present what he has found.
You will find these books to be quite profound, in not only the historical content that has been kept secret, but also in the technical description and analysis of “saucer technology”.
In these writings you will discover the real truth regarding these craft and much more that has resulted in many costly and personal attacks directly upon William Lyne by government agencies wanting this information suppressed.
“IF IT WASN’T TRUE, IT WOULDN’T BE SUPPRESSED!”
The truth is here — find out what the REAL story is!
Uncover the UFO Cover-up!
Is the electrodynamic technology William Lyne calls “Electropulsion” real?
His book, “Occult Ether Physics”, is a (non-fiction) re-discovery of what he believes to be the scientific/technical basis for a space-propulsion system invented in the late 19th century by Nikola Tesla, now used in the secret, exclusively man-made flying machines known as “flying saucers” or “UFOs”.
The government conceals this invention behind false scientific theories, “space alien” hoaxes, and false propaganda, disseminated through a controlled mass media.
A “UFOlogy”, “new-age”, “paranormalist”, and “pseudo-debunker” network is criminally maintained under “national security laws”, to blur the facts of reality and disjoint inquiry, thus protecting the archaic technology and resources of coercive-monopolist, corporate-state interests from the competition of a truly free market.
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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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Only one more day until the conference and I am pretty excited! If you are attending and want to say hi, I will be there from around 3 pm until closing all 3 days. I will be running around doing stuff or so I guess, but I will also be wearing a conference pass with my name.
I will try to update here and my other blog, The Debris Field, during the conference. I will have my iPad and internet access and should have enough time to at least update Twitter and Facebook a couple times a day.
One more thing – if you are planning on attending and haven’t bought your ticket, whether 3 day or a day pass, do so today or you will end up paying $30 more at the door.