An underground Military Base/Laboratory in Dulce, New Mexico connects with the underground network of tunnels which honeycombs our planet, and the lower levels of this base are allegedly under the control of Inner Earth beings or A̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s. This base is connected to Los Alamos research facilities via an underground “tube-shuttle.”
(It can be assumed that such a shuttle way would be a straight-line construction. It should then be possible, by using maps and some deduction, to determine the most likely location of this base, especially since the general location is already known.).
Beginning in 1947, a road was built near the Dulce Base, under the cover of a lumber company. No lumber was ever hauled, and the road was later destroyed. Navajo Dam is the Dulce Base’s main source of power, though a second source is in El Vado (which is also another entrance).
(Note: The above facts should also help to locate the base.) Most of the lakes near Dulce were made via government grants “for” the Indians. (Note: The September, 1983 issue of Omni (Pg. 80) has a color drawing of ‘The Subterrene,’ the Los Alamos nuclear-powered tunnel machine that burrows through the rock, deep underground, by heating whatever stone it encounters into molten rock, which cools after the Subterrene has moved on.
The result is a tunnel with a smooth, glazing lining.)” (Note: Where would the molten rock go? And what has been done with this concept since 1983?)
Dulce is a sleepy little town in northern New Mexico of about 900 population located above 7,000 feet on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. There is only one major motel and a few stores.
It’s not a resort town and it is not bustling with activity. But, according to a few outsiders, Dulce harbors a deep, dark secret. The secret is harbored deep below the tangled brush of Archuleta Mesa. The secret is said to be a joint government-a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ biogenetic laboratory designed to carry out bizarre experiments on humans and animals.
New Mexico State Police Officer Gabe Valdez was drawn into the mysteries of Dulce when called to investigate a mutilated cow in a pasture 13 miles east of Dulce on the Manual Gomez ranch. Gomez had lost four cattle to mutilations between 1976 and June 1978 when a team of investigators which included Tom Adams arrived from Paris, Texas to examine the site of the carcasses.
Curious as to how cattle were being selected by the mysterious mutilators, an interesting experiment was conducted on July 5, 1978 by Valdez, Gomez, and retired scientist Howard Burgess. They pinned up about 120 of the Gomez beef cattle and moved them through a squeeze chute under an ultraviolet light.
They found a “glittery substance on the right side of the neck, the right ear, and the right leg.” Samples of the affected hides were removed as well as control samples from the same animals. Schoenfeld Clinical Laboratories in Albuquerque analyzed the samples and found significant deposits of potassium and magnesium. The potassium content was 70 times above normal.
Some investigators attribute the mutilations to a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s from U̳F̳O̳s. U̳F̳O̳s have been seen frequently around Dulce. Sightings of strange lights and other aerial phenomena have been reported in many areas where the cows have been found at the time of the reported mutilation.
On April 19, 1988, I arrived in Dulce to visit with Gabe Valdez and inquire about the sightings, the mutes, and the rumors of an underground a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ base. Snow was still on the ground. I checked into the Best Western Motel and called Valdez to make an appointment to see me at 9:30 PM.
I found Gabe to be a very congenial host, offering to show me around the roads of Dulce that night and point out some various locations where he had found mutilated cows or had seen strange aerial lights. He made the astounding statement that he was still seeing unidentified aircraft at the rate of one every two nights.
We took a look at the Gomez Ranch, the road by the Navajo River, and the imposing Archuleta Mesa. Gabe had found landing tracks and crawler marks near the site of the mutes, and was convinced that scientist Paul Bennewitz of Thunder Scientific Labs in Albuquerque, was definitely on the right track in his attempts to locate the underground a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ facility in the vicinity of Dulce. No one knew for sure where the facility was located or how humans or a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s gained secret entry to the facility.
I had first heard of Paul Bennewitz in 1980 when my friend Walter called me from Albuquerque and told me he had been working with Paul on electronic instruments. Walter informed me that Paul had not only photographed U̳F̳O̳s, but had established a communication link with their underground base at Dulce. Bennewitz had first come to prominence during the August, 1980, sightings over the Manzano Weapons Storage A̳r̳e̳a̳ at Kirtland AFB.
A Kirtland AFB incident report dated October 28, 1980 mentions that Bennewitz had taken film of the U̳F̳O̳s over Kirtland. Paul, who was president of the Thunder Scientific Labs which was adjacent to Kirtland gave a briefing in Albuquerque detailing how he had seen the a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s on a video screen. At the time, the a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s were transmitting signals to him from a base underneath Archuleta Mesa.
Researcher William Moore claims that the government agents became interested in Bennewitz’s activities and were trying to defuse him by pumping as much disinformation through him as he could absorb. Whether Paul’s communication with supposed a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s at the Dulce Base was part of this disinformation campaign is unclear.
If we believe that Paul is the single source of reports on the Dulce Facility, then discounting Paul’s story and discrediting him could be a tactical maneuver. The actual disinformation maneuver would result in making the public believe there was nothing to the Dulce story.