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Posted December 12, 2011
There is a particular faction within the UFO community that steadfastly maintains that not only does the U.S. government have proof of the reality of UFOs and their alien occupants, but is in fact already conspiring with the aliens in order to achieve total world control of the Earth¿s population under the auspices of the long awaited and sinister sounding New World Order. The alleged conspiracy primarily operates out of secret military installations like Area 51 in Nevada as well as, according to ¿The Dulce Wars,¿ an underground base situated close to a tiny town in New Mexico called Dulce. The secrecy surrounding the buried, multileveled facility is so closely guarded that the author of ¿The Dulce Wars¿ felt compelled to write under only his first name, ¿Branton,¿ because, as the book¿s jacket says, he is ¿deathly afraid.¿ Putting aside the question of whether or not that kind of apprehension is justified, Branton still manages to provide an excellent overview of the many rumors and legends about the Dulce underground facility, presenting testimony from such diverse sources as UFO researcher John Lear, son of the inventor of the Lear jet; Paul Bennewitz, a scientist who claimed to be in contact with aliens from the Dulce base via a special code on his computer; and Thomas Edwin Costello, who told the author he was a security officer at the Dulce base and disappeared about a year after their interview was conducted. From the various experts and references available, Branton pieces together a collection of horror stories that involve, among other things, a human zoo called ¿Nightmare Alley¿ where men, women and children are housed to be used as lab rats for experiments in genetics and the development of mind control techniques. Government scientists purportedly labor alongside an occupying alien force to work out the sundry ways the general population aboveground can be brought under an ultimate totalitarian control, all of which began with a 1947 treaty signed by President Harry Truman. The government obtained alien technological secrets in exchange for permitting the aliens to abduct human subjects for their diabolical research. The government realized too late, the story goes, that the aliens never intended to keep their part of the bargain, and have instead perpetrated the monstrous misuse of perhaps many thousands of innocent victims, spawning along the way grotesque legends of vats filled with human body parts and animal/human hybrid creations mindlessly howling in cages in the deeper levels of the Dulce installation. All of which presumes a villainy on the part of both the aliens and the government that remains unproven but is nevertheless very unpleasant to imagine. Still this kind of ¿over the top¿ paranoia at least makes for entertaining reading and gives one a little food for thought. Somewhere in the complex mix of rumor and official secrecy, there must be a grain or two of truth, and Branton asks only that you read the book and then draw your own conclusions.
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Posted October 13, 2011
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