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PostSubject: cattle mutilations   Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:33 pm

Jdurand wrote:
Again, it doesnt make since. Im not disagreeing with cattle mutilations. I just cant wrap my mind around the carcases being left behind for anyone to find. It just doesnt play into the M.O.

If this is done by aliens, then why leave such blatant evidence when they cover their tracks so well elsewhere.

If its goverment, why not cremate the evidence?

I tend to think cattle mutilation has more to do with the occult. It just doesnt fit the MO of Aliens or secret goverment experiments with the technology both have.

We can't assume we know any "M.O." of theirs.
Perhaps the aliens who are mutilating the cattle leave them behind because they know it's good compost and food for scavengers. Why would they take more than they need if they know it'll go to good use left on the field? After all they are invested in this planet and evidently need it in many of the same ways we do but are a bit more intelligent and reverent about it that we are, like I'm sure they never flick their cigarette butts out the saucer window.....
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PostSubject: Re: Dulce this week   Sat Mar 28, 2009 11:15 pm

We can't assume we know any "M.O." of theirs.
Perhaps the aliens who are mutilating the cattle leave them behind because they know it's good compost and food for scavengers. Why would they take more than they need if they know it'll go to good use left on the field? After all they are invested in this planet and evidently need it in many of the same ways we do but are a bit more intelligent and reverent about it that we are, like I'm sure they never flick their cigarette butts out the saucer window.....[/quote]

Good point.
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PostSubject: Re: Dulce this week   Mon Mar 30, 2009 11:06 pm

If you go to Google Earth and put in Archuleta Mesa, Dulce NM, they take you there and it actually says Secret UFO base. I guess that's hiding in plains sight What a Face

You can check it out here.
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PostSubject: proving Dulce   Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:27 pm

The best way to prove a base exists in Dulce is to track down the logistics needed to support such a base. The only thing the episode showed us was that such a base is possible. The government has built many secret facilities for our leaders if a catastrophe happens. The problem with that part of the show is that such facilities have a skeleton crew at best. A place such as Dulce would be manned, and the personnel there would need to be supported.

The Native population seem to look at visitors with amusement. I did think the Native who guided the crew of UFO Hunters seemed to be yanking their chain. I think one has to look at the possibility the locals want the Dulce area to become the next Roswell and attract visitors willing to spend money there.

The best thing to do would be to get a few people together and look for traces of support. If there is an underground railroad or mag lev system, it would need a large support system. Someone needs to inspect and repair on a daily basis. No matter how perfect they are made, the earth is always moving and causing cracks. Leaks in tunnels are quite common, and a maintenance crew would be needed to fix them.

Is there a railroad spur that goes near the area? What about roads? Are there runways for large cargo planes to bring needed supplies? Also, they should look for workers, both present and former to tell their stories.

Before one can tackle what goes on at a certain base, one has to prove the base exists.
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PostSubject: Re: Dulce this week   Tue Apr 21, 2009 12:36 am

this episode blew my mind ive watched it on demand like 5 times who is john rhodes i think thats his name that talks about the different levels and the nucleur boaring machine?
I would like to hear more from this guy interesting stuff.
And what about the residents they all seem to know more then they're telling us
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