The Mystery Of Dulce: This Strange Town Is The Epicenter Of Extraterrestrial Residents Reports
Many people believe there are miles of caves beneath this settlement of 2,623 people that house thousands of people and extraterrestrial beings.
Around the world, there are secret bases.
The Dulce Base Complex, an ULTRA project, was built with the goal of conducting black budget experiments.
From 1947 through May 6, 1959, the Armed Forces Special Weapons Project (AFSWP) planned a variety of subterranean sites. With the designation to “store nuclear weapons” from the Manhattan Project, construction of deep underground military bases began almost immediately.
Typically, the subterranean structures were constructed into mountain ranges. These facilities, according to Global Security.org, are created “deep inside.” Manzano Base, New Mexico, and Killeen Base, Texas were two verified installations under this command.
Underground bases have been created all around the world, according to The Krill Report (1988), particularly in the United States. Archuleta Mesa, about 2.5 miles northwest of Dulce, New Mexico, is one such base.
The article outlines Paul Bennewitz’ claim that he was able to locate Dulce Base, which is a kilometer underground beneath Archuleta Mesa on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation near Dulce, New Mexico.
Since 1976, this has been one of the hardest-hit locations in the United States due to livestock mutilations. According to Bennewitz, this installation is run collaboratively as part of a long-term policy of collaboration between the US government and foreigners.
The Fundamentals of Dulce
Although there are some minor differences in the Dulce accounts, the hypotheses share significant commonalities. These are some of them:
1. The underground complex is a research facility where the grays (thin aliens with a massive, hairless head, wide eyes, and no nose) conduct experiments on animals and people.
2. The Federal Government of the United States of America tests new alien technology.
3. In return for permitting the grays to conduct the trials, the technology was obtained.
4. There was an underground battle between the humans and the grays at one point, maybe in the late 1970s or early 1980s. It’s still unclear who won.
Another, less well-known aspect of the hypothesis is that the caverns are home to a reptile race. The reptilians were formerly the grays’ foes, but they were conquered and are now subordinate to the superior grays.
Another theory is that the reptilians are descendants of an ancient Earth species that was conquered by humans and has been living in caves since then, especially in New Mexico and the Gobi Desert.
A network of tunnels connects Dulce to the Los Alamos National Laboratory, where the first American nuclear weapons were built and where numerous cutting-edge technologies are currently being studied, as well as Area 51 in Nevada, Carlsbad Caverns, and other locations.
Dulce was hardly unknown before the 1980s. There was the odd subsurface hum, which was thought to be tiny earth tremors, and infrequent sightings of UFOs in the vicinity, but that was it.
A contractor for the Air Force claims to have discovered a secret base.
Then there was Paul Bennewitz, a businessman, physicist, and UFO enthusiast who had a contract with the Air Force to manufacture high-altitude testing equipment. The majority of the equipment was sent to the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center at Kirkland Air Force Base near Albuquerque.
He claimed to have discovered confirmation of a top-secret operation stationed in Dulce to track Soviet satellites. Bennewitz interpreted the satellite monitoring operations as evidence of extraterrestrial existence on Earth, despite the fact that he was previously interested in alien abduction and cattle mutilation.
Due to his links to the Air Force, his revelation was mostly ignored by other UFO experts, who regarded it as at best misinformation. Bennewitz’s narrative, however, had taken on a life of its own on the internet by the time he died in 2005.
According to legend, the massive base’s primary entrance is located on Archuleta Mesa and leads to at least seven levels of installations. The top levels are populated by people, while the grays conduct their experiments on humans and animals on levels six and seven, dubbed “Nightmare Hell.” All of the levels’ entrances are labeled with some type of alien alphabet.
There is no proof that there was ever a cave there. Naturally, Ufologists, ex abductees, and other inner-Earth researchers allege that a ground-penetrating radar investigation was conducted and the results were hidden.
According to witnesses, the region is experiencing an unusually high amount of military and UFO activity. There has been no actual proof discovered, and the rumors surrounding this site are similar to those surrounding other alleged secret government locations.
Skeptics will continue to reject the Dulce case as a fiction or urban legend, while believers will continue to make changes about what is happening there.