21 April, 2023

Dulce Base: A Brief History [ChatGPT & the xenologist]

Dulce Base is a highly controversial and mysterious alleged underground facility located in Dulce, New Mexico, USA. The base is claimed to be a joint collaboration between the United States government and extraterrestrial beings, and is believed to be involved in a wide range of secretive activities, including genetic experimentation, mind control, and interdimensional communication.

The first rumors about the existence of Dulce Base emerged in the late 1970s, when a man named Paul Bennewitz claimed that he had discovered evidence of an underground facility in Dulce, New Mexico, through his work in electronics and surveillance.The exact date of Paul Bennewitz's first report of the alleged Dulce Base is not entirely clear, as there are differing accounts of when he first became interested in the area and began his investigations. However, it is generally believed to have been in the late 1970s, possibly as early as 1978. The Air Force investigation of Bennewitz's claims began in 1980, and the results of the investigation were released in 1985. Bennewitz contacted Air Force officials to report his findings. The Air Force initiated an investigation, but ultimately concluded that Bennewitz's claims were unfounded and likely the result of mental health issues.Despite the Air Force's findings, Bennewitz's claims gained traction among UFO enthusiasts and conspiracy theorists. According to him, he had intercepted communications between the base and extraterrestrial beings, and had even observed UFOs flying in and out of the facility. His claims gained widespread attention, and soon attracted the interest of other ufologists, conspiracy theorists, and members of the media.


Alleged Paul Bennewitz Photograph

Over the years, the stories about Dulce Base have become increasingly elaborate and complex. Some sources claim that the facility is located deep underground, and that it consists of multiple levels and chambers connected by a vast network of tunnels and caverns beneath the ground, with multiple levels and sections dedicated to various operations and experiments. Others allege that the base is home to a variety of exotic technologies, such as advanced medical equipment, antigravity propulsion systems, sophisticated computer systems, advanced weaponry, and even time travel devices.

Dulce Base

One of the most persistent claims about Dulce Base is that it is involved in genetic experimentation and cloning. According to this theory, the government has been working with extraterrestrial beings to create hybrid creatures that combine human and alien DNA. These hybrids are said to possess extraordinary abilities, such as telepathy, telekinesis, and shape-shifting. So according to the Dulce Base theory, "Secure Dulce Biogenetics Lab" and "Nightmare Hall" are code names for sections of the underground facility. "Secure Dulce Biogenetics Lab" is said to be where genetic experiments are conducted on humans and extraterrestrial beings, while "Nightmare Hall" is said to be where these genetic experiments take place.

Another widely-circulated theory about Dulce Base is that it is responsible for a program of mind control and brainwashing. According to this theory, the base is equipped with advanced technologies that can manipulate the thoughts, emotions, and behavior of individuals, and that these technologies are being used to create a population of obedient, subservient citizens.

Despite the many claims about Dulce Base, there is little concrete evidence to support the existence of the facility. No official records or documents have ever been released by the government that confirm the existence of the base, and no one has ever produced physical evidence, such as photographs or videos, that definitively show its existence. Oddly enough Thomas Costello is a name associated with the Dulce Base conspiracy. According to the theory, Thomas Costello was a security officer who worked at the Dulce Base, and having claimed to have witnessed numerous disturbing events while working there.

Costello's story is often cited as evidence for the existence of the Dulce Base, but it's important to note that there is no concrete evidence to support his claims. The US government has consistently denied the existence of the base, and the details of Costello's story have been disputed by skeptics and debunkers.

It's also worth noting that there is no verifiable evidence that Thomas Costello even exists. No records of his employment or existence have been found, and no photographs or other evidence of his identity have been produced. As such, his story remains a controversial aspect of the broader conspiracy theory surrounding Dulce Base.


The Alleged Thomas Costello Photograph

However, supporters of the Dulce Base theory argue that the lack of evidence is actually evidence in itself. They point to the high level of secrecy surrounding the base, and the fact that it is allegedly located underground, as reasons why it would be difficult to obtain proof of its existence.

In an interesting turn the Smith Corporation is another name that is sometimes associated with the Dulce Base conspiracy. According to the theory, the Smith Corporation was a cover organization that was involved in the construction and management of the Dulce Base facility.

There are also some versions of the conspiracy theory that suggest that the Smith Corporation had a connection to the town of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, which is located near Dulce. However, there is no concrete evidence to support these claims, and the details of the Smith Corporation's involvement with the Dulce Base remain a matter of speculation.

In conclusion, Dulce Base is a highly controversial and mysterious alleged underground facility that has captured the imaginations of ufologists, conspiracy theorists, and members of the media for decades. While there is little concrete evidence to support the existence of the base, the persistence of the rumors and claims suggests that it will continue to be a topic of speculation and debate for years to come.

- ChatGPT & xeno

*This was generated with ChatGPT and some input from me, this is a test to see the benefits of AI, giving a new twist to the subjects on this blog.

26 January, 2023


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12 June, 2022

Update: Questionable Images of Serpo? Image 98


https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/article/130301-life-mars-history-space-science-future / Image 5

You may have seen this image on a post called "Questionable Images of Serpo?", well this image is from National Geographic's 1994 book Picture Atlas of Our Universe. So pretty much the image is debunked as a fake.


screenshot of book / http://www.gamingsteve.com/blab/index.php?topic=13687.0

enhanced with Waifu / http://waifu2x.udp.jp/

If you have many info or leads on the images on Questionable Images of Serpo? please comment

07 May, 2022

27 October, 2021

NASA Administrator: There have been "hundreds" of UFO sightings by pilots

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, taking part in a University of Virginia live stream event hosted by Larry Sabato. Much of his participation covered a range of topics you might expect from the head of NASA. He spoke about current efforts to detect and possibly deflect incoming asteroids (the DART mission) and a potential space race between the United States and China. Toward the end of the live stream, however, seemingly unbidden by the host or the viewers, Nelson suddenly launched into a discussion of UFOs, though we’re supposed to call them UAP (unidentified aerial phenomena) these days. What he had to say really perked up the ears of the entire ufology community and is probably giving even more headaches to the Pentagon and the Department of Defense. The reason is that he appeared to reveal new information that had previously been hidden from the public, including the material included in the June 25, 2021 congressional report from the UAP Task Force. Over at The Debrief, Micah Hanks has the details

“Before we leave,” Nelson interjected near the end of the live stream, “I haven’t even talked about the search for extraterrestrial life.” …

“Now I know what you’ve seen is what those Navy pilots saw in 2004,” Nelson said during the live stream chat. “And there have been some three hundred sightings since then.”

“I’ve talked to those pilots,” Nelson added, saying that “they know they saw something, and their radars locked on to it. And then all of a sudden it was here on the surface, and then it’s there. And they don’t know what is. And we don’t know what it is.”

Nelson went on to reiterate that we don’t know where the objects are coming from or who controls them, but “we hope” that it’s not an adversary such as Russia or China. That would have been more than enough to set any number of tongues wagging in the ufology community, but Nelson wasn’t done. He went on to wax a bit poetic on the vastness of the universe and man’s place in it, asking where we came from and where our journey is taking us.

“But it’s something,” Nelson added. “And so this is a mission that we’re constantly looking [at]. Who is out there? Who are we? How did we get here? How did we become as we are? How did we develop? How did we civilize? And are those same conditions out there in a universe that has billions of other suns in billions of other galaxies?”

“It’s so large I can’t conceive it,” the NASA chief said.

When Sabato followed up on these points, he asked what Nelson thought the possibilities were. The NASA chief once again suggested (without saying it directly) that the universe is “so big” and there might even be other universes, the possibilities are endless. He said, “who am I to say that planet Earth is the only location of a life form that is civilized and organized like ours?”

These remarks were once again rather remarkable and are probably giving the folks back at the Pentagon fits. We all know what the company line from the DoD communications office is, as detailed in the June 25 report. There were roughly 130 reports of UAP that they couldn’t identify but they couldn’t rule out anything in most cases. And nobody is supposed to even mention the possibility of life beyond the confines of Earth unless speaking of possible microbial life on other planets in our solar system.

Nobody who follows ufology ever bought that story for a minute. Those were just the cases they were willing to talk to Congress about and virtually no juicy details were given to the public. But Lue Elizondo and other insiders have long said that the true number of cases is far, far higher, and much better photos and videos exist. We’re just not being shown them.

And now, along comes the Director of NASA “saying the quiet part our loud” again and saying the number of sightings is probably three times higher than what was previously admitted. Nelson has done this before, spilling at least a few of the beans on Fox News and CNN, along with various interviews he’s done with other outlets.

All of this leads me to wonder why Nelson, at this late stage in his career, has grown so enthusiastic about pushing the UFO discussion forward. Clearly, he has no reason to fear any sort of ridicule factor given his background and credentials and the fact that he could obviously retire at any time he felt like it and thumb his nose at the mainstream government powers that be.

But yet again… why? Why is Bill Nelson so willing and almost eager to bring the topic forward? Let’s remember that he was an officer in the Army during the Vietnam war and spent plenty of time in the air. He has also been to space and spent a fair stretch of time in orbit. Is it really so outlandish to ask the question… what did Bill Nelson see? That’s assuming he saw anything of course, but wouldn’t it be fascinating to find out that he’s chasing the tail of this snake because he is an experiencer himself? Keep in mind that when Harry Reid first arranged the funding for the AATIP program, he did it with the help of two Senators who were World War 2 fighter pilots, one of whom later confessed to having seen the Foo Fighters while flying combat missions.

That sort of thing can clearly change people’s perspectives and motivations. Is that what’s going on with Bill Nelson? Many researchers have been combing through the archive of his writings and statements looking for hints, but there’s nothing solid so far. Then again, Nelson came up through the ranks in the lengthy period when talking about such things was verboten unless you wanted your career to quickly crash and burn. (And that period only ended very recently.) Perhaps he’s just feeling a bit more “unbridled” now? Hopefully we shall find out in good time.

Source: https://hotair.com/jazz-shaw/2021/10/25/nasa-administrator-there-have-been-hundreds-of-ufo-sightings-by-pilots-n424715

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31 July, 2021