Friday, August 17, 2012

My latest, brief interview with an Australian magazine, NEW DAWN

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

August 17, 2012

I was interviewed recently by an Australian magazine called NEW DAWN.
I tried to answer the questions as much as possible but I had to do it with such a limited space alloted, but anyway, here is the interview:


Can you please describe your background and how you came to develop an interest in the UFO phenomenon?

I started getting really involved with UFO research from around 1961 when I was a Sophomore in High School.
However when I was in elementary school beginning in the early 1950s I had already known about "flying saucers" because I used to listen to my father who used to tell me of his sighting of a strangely maneuvering green "ball" of fire when he was night fishing one summer night in 1947 in the Bay of Yokohama, Japan.
My father was quite familiar with shooting stars and other astonomical phenomena more than most people because he had spent years and years in night fishing and was so used to looking at night skies.
But that particular summer night in 1947 was definitely unforgettable to him, he used to tell our family at our dining table as he enthusiastically described his sighting to us.

(On the other hand, my mother remained skeptical in general about UFOs until 1975 when she claimed to me that she had witnessed a flying saucer - with a dome on top - hovering over a railway station during broad daylight).*

From 1961 I started getting involved and began to subscribe to newletters from NICAP and APRO and other groups in the U.S., even though I was living in Japan.
I also began to attend meetings of UFO investigations groups in Yokohama and Tokyo areas.
In 1964 when I was attending a college in Tokyo, I became fascinated by a newspaper article about a strange encounter involving a highway patrol officer named Lonnie Zamora who claimed to have witnessed a flying saucer sitting on the desert, just outside of a sleep little town in New Mexico, U.S.A., named Socorro.
Of course, that was the famous Socorro incident of 1964.
This sighting really convinced me that, whatever it may take, I must get to the bottom of this strange phenomenon.

According to you, the authorities have exploited and benefited from the UFO phenomenon, by using it as a smokescreen for various top secret, militaristic projects. Please explain.

Many defense contractors in the U.S. periodically come up with "cover" stories that they create in order to detract attention away from the scrutiny of covert military projects by some curious segment of the population.
These creations of "cover" stories sometimes involve false UFO sighting reports that are frequently used when some contractors come up with new military weapons systems or new military aircraft and so on, for example, new generations of remotely-controlled platforms for various programs.
Creating the so-called "laughter curtain" (i.e., bringing up the subject of UFOs or Aliens) is one way to curtail serious scrutiny of certain military bases or programs. A very good example is how Area 51, a very important military research, development and testing location, has become associated with rumors of UFOs or Aliens.
This may well have been concocted by the Air Force itself, for example.

You seem to disagree with the popular notion that the authorities have all the answers concerning UFO activity on Earth; meaning that there is no UFO "cover up" as such.
In fact, you've stated that the authorities are just as baffled by the UFO phenomenon as the general population.
Moreover, you suggest that the authorities have tried (and are still trying) to promote among the public certain beliefs concerning UFOs - namely, that UFOs are extraterrestrial spacecraft piloted by physical entities - as part of a sinister psychological manipulation program.
Please explain.

I am of the opinion that the government or "authorities" are just as perplexed about the puzzling nature of the UFO phenomena as the public.
The only reason that they have not disclosed anything conclusive despite many many years of research and collection of vital sighting report files may be because they are unable to explain the phenomenon to the public because they have long found out that the phenomenon cannot be sufficiently explained simply through contemporary, empirical science.
The government has never been in the business of explaining anything that is outside of empirical scientific explanations.
The UFO phenomenon seems to go beyond just being a physical phenomenon.

Operation Paperclip - whereby scientists from Nazi Germany (such as the rocket genius Werher von Braun) were recruited by the United States Government in the aftermath of WWII - is a topic that frequently crops up in your writings and talks.
What is the significance of Operation Paperclip within the context of your research?

We cannot underestimate the importance of Operation Paperclip in the aftermath of WWII.
Operation Paperclip was a U.S. sanctioned program through which hundreds and hundreds of former Nazi German scientists and engineers (and even former SS intelligence officers) were brought to the U.S. in order for the U.S. to acquire some of the interesting military technologies that the Germans already had in the late 1930s and early 1940s, such as advanced rocket science and development of prototypes of flying wing aircraft, some of which were even equipped with ramjet engines and attained speeds of up to 500 or 600 miles per hour.
New Mexico was one of the primary locations for these scientists because New Mexico already had important laboratories such as Los Alamos and also important rocket testing ranges such as the White Sands ranges.
Even today, New Mexico's White Sand Missile Ranges is the location of the most advanced testing of directed energy weapons systems, with the use of lasers and microwaves.

What is Project Blue Beam and how does it tie into your research and the notion of a coming global crisis?

Project Blue Beam is an alleged, secret futuristic NASA program in which advanced technologies (such as the use of airborne holographic projection devices and manipulations of various frequency waves) could be utilized to create fake visual/audio simulations to convince the public (or the enemy) that they are witnessing a real event, whatever that scenario may be.
The late Canadian investigative journalist, Serge Monast, first came up with this allegation that NASA will develop this technology in the near future.
In fact, I had corresponded with him in 1993 and 1994.
HAARP, which was began to be talked about in the early 1990s, was basically another version of Project Blue Beam, utilizing some of the Tesla technologies.
According to some researchers, programs such as HAARP and the Blue Beam Project could be utilized in the future to create panic (such as by creating a fake "extraterrestrial" invasion scenario) so that the frightened and deceived public would clamor for some type of global authority and unity to fend off such "threats".

During a recent interview on Truth Connections Radio you made a comment to the effect that there would be no UFO history were it not for the state of New Mexico.
Please explain what you meant by this.

The importance of New Mexico can be seen from the fact that the atomic bomb was first tested in this state.
New Mexico is where Los Alamos National Laboratories are located, probably the world's largest conglomerate military/scientific research community.
Los Alamos, by the way, also has the world's most advanced DNA, human genome, genetics laboratory in the world.
Albuquerque, New Mexico is the headquarters of Sandia National Laboratories, probably the world's largest military research, development and testing conglomerate, located inside Kirtland Air Force Base.
New Mexico is such a huge state in size (the 5th largest in the Union) but yet is scarcely populated in proportion to its huge area.
Even today, the total population of New Mexico is just about 2 million.
By the way, there are more scientists per population in New Mexico than in any other state.
Yet the irony is that the level of public education in New Mexico ranks about 48th in the nation.
New Mexico has enough space to conduct any kind of covert military research, development and testing programs.
As I stated a while ago, the White Sands Missile Ranges today is the location of the world's most advanced directed energy weapons testing programs, involving lasers and microwaves.
If aliens really exist, then this would definitley be the primary place of interest for obvious reasons.
In fact, many people seem to believe that an extraterrestrial spacecraft had crashed already New Mexico in 1947 outside of Roswell.

There is said to be a clandestine (and possibly extraterrestrial) underground facility near the town of Dulce, New Mexico - a topic on which you've conducted an extensive amount of research.
What are some of the discoveries you've made concerning Dulce?

Although I have been involved with investigations into the claims of an alleged underground joint U.S./alien base in Dulce, New Mexico (alleged biological laboratory) for many years, I have yet to see any solid, tangible, physical, irrefutable documentary evidence whatsoever of its physical existence.
Yet, I can also say that there seem to be lots of circumstantial evidences that seem to point out that there is "something" there.
What that "something" is, I still do not know.

What is your perspective on the cattle mutilation mystery?

The cattle mutilation mystery, to my knowledge, began to be reported primarily in the mid 1970s in the Dulce, New Mexico areas and also in southern Colorado areas.
It is my conjecture that it may have had something to do with the government's monitoring of radiation levels of certain cows in the northern New Mexico region, especially in the aftermath of alleged radiation leaks that began to affect animals and even humans in the Dulce vicinity, after the U.S. exploded an atomic device deep underground, about 22 miles southwest of Dulce in 1967.
This experiment, code-named Project Gasbuggy, was a program realized by the U.S. Atomic Energy Commision, ostensibly to help ease the flow of natural gas entrapped deep beneath hard rocks in the the Dulce region.
The high rate of cancer in the Dulce area as well as widespread fertility problems among young women in the area is quite noticeable, even today.
Plus, there is a possiblity that the government may have used the Dulce area to dump toxic waste materials in that area, besides possibly conducting some form of bio-warfare research involving substances such as anthrax.
The cattle mutilations incidents may also have been a series of staged events by the government to cause local people as well as the public into believe that somehow Dulce is associated with alien visitations of some kind.
The late Gabe Valdez, former New Mexico State Patrol officer in charge of the entire Dulce region for many years, also seemed to come to that conclusion, and that UFO incidents were staged by the government by the use of holographic projections and other mind-control technologies that they were developing at that time at places such as the Sandia National Laboratories inside Kirtland Air Force Base in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Please shed some light on your association with the late Milton William Cooper (otherwise known as William "Bill" Cooper) - the famous conspiracy theorist and author of Behold a Pale Horse - and how his work is of relevance to your own.

When William "Bill" Cooper first came to the scene in 1989 in Los Angeles, I was quite impressed with his speeches.
He had brought a new, global conspiracy-type angle to the UFO phenomenon, which sounded very fresh and exiciting to lots of in the so-called UFO community, including myself.
I even helped him launch his first public lecture at Hollywood High School in 1989.

As the years went by, Cooper began to disassociate himself with Ufology.
He went into the "militia" or "Patriot" movement and, unfortunately, met a violent death in 2001 in Arizona.
What I admired about Cooper, despite his well-known obnoxious and rather egotistical personality, was the fact that he began to admit that he may have been purposely shown disinformation by the Navy concerning UFOs.
He also began to believe that the in the future, a secret global government could even stage a "fake" extraterrestrial event to create panic in order to establish a forced, global governance of some type.

What do you make of the claims of Robert "Bob" Lazar - who says he took part in a top secret government project, based at Area 51, to reverse-engineer recovered extraterrestrial spacecraft - and others who've come forward with similar sensational stories?

The claims of Bob Lazar are simply claims and cannot be verified.
However, Bob Lazar, all these years, has never changed his story.
The very fact that Bob Lazar is still conducting science equipment business in Michigan (United Nuclear) and still seems to be doing occasional work indirectly with some defense contractors seems to indicate that he is indeed knowledgeable in the scientific applications associated with military technologies.
But there is also a theory that Bob Lazar was manipulated intentionally by the govenrment to bring about the "extraterrestrial" element to the Area 51 story, thus bringing about the "laughter" curtain when any discussion of this important military test base is mentioned by the public.

In your opinion, the UFO phenomenon is non-physical in nature, having nothing to do with flesh-and-blood extraterrestrial beings. Alternatively, you've expressed a strong appreciation of Jacques Vallee's interdimensional hypothesis, which interprets UFO events in terms of other "dimensions" or "realities" existing alongside our own.
Please explain.

The vast majority of the world's scientists as well as the public-at-large seem to speculate that there has to be advanced extraterrestrail civilizations elsewhere in the universe.
However, when it comes to the question of UFOs, most of them do not support the theory that we have ever been (or are being) visited by physical extraterrestrial beings in physical spacecraft.
Physically it is impossible, they say.
Even one of the world's most brilliant minds, Stephen Hawkings, while acknowledging that the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations are almost certain, says that No Aliens have ever come to earth in UFOs.
But the UFO phenomenon seems to be real.
I totally agree with Dr. Jacques Vallee who continues to support the extra-dimensional origins of UFOs.
I also tend to believe that UFOs are neither objects nor are they flying (as we understand and interpret those definitions).
I tend to believe that they are temporarily materialzing and dematerializing.
In other words, they have been (and are) temporarily intruding into our dimension for reasons unknown and receding back quickly into their dimension, likewise.
UFO reports have existed from time immemorial.
But even today we still do not comprehend the true nature of this puzzling phenomenon.

You once worked as a licensed funeral director, while some of your blog posts concern philosphical topics such as death and the afterlife. Do you believe these topics are of relevance to the UFO phenomenon and, if so, how?

I noticed you've composed on the keyboard some catchy UFO-themed music.
Am I right to assume that the UFO phenomenon has had a deep and inspirational influence on your life, not just musically but in other areas also?

This world is filled with mysteries.
There are things in this world that cannot be explained sufficiently.
Life and death are mysteries unto themselves.
So, in this sense, the UFO phenomenon is no different from the mysteries of life and death.
This phenomenon, which has existed from time immemorial (i.e., sighting reports), has not been solved yet.
This is the reason why I have been so fascinated with this topic.
The world would be dull without these mysteries.
In fact, as I stated many times in my public presentations, the topic of the UFO phenomenon is perhaps the most important topic of mankind.

Thank you so much for answering these questions for NEW DAWN magazine.

You are very welcome.


*not mentioned in the interview


By the way, I highly recommend the following article which was posted on an excellent blogsite called UFO CULTURE, maintained by Tomas Scolarici:

Thursday, June 28, 2012

UFOs, The Government and the Great Alien Hoax

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

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August 3, 2012:

Here are the latest comments I made in an hour and a half interview on August 7, 2012:


Also here are six short presentations I have created in relation to the above fascinating topic, so that you will know just where I am coming from:

UFOs, The Government and the Great Alien Hoax:

Fascinating origins of Dulce underground base rumors PART 1:

Fascinating origins of Dulce underground base rumors PART 2:

Norio Hayakawa's hypothesis on alleged Dulce underground base:

Area 51 in America's UFO sub-culture:


The ultimate Area 51 conspiracy:

My views on this topic is not that much different from those of the late William "Bill" Cooper:

William "Bill" Cooper interviewed: UFOs and the Alien Hoax:

By the way, here is a classic piece from Dr. Jacques Vallee (with whom I am in general agreement):


But I also highly regard my colleague, Tomas Scolarici's latest comments on a couple of points regarding Dr. Jacques Vallee's UFOLOGY.
This is a MUST-READ:


Norio Hayakawa, former director of the Civilian Intelligence Network, is a long-time UFO researcher who has, for many years, thoroughly studied the fascinating topic of Area 51 in Nevada as well as widespread claims about the existence of an underground base in Dulce, New Mexico.

He has spoken in many conferences nationwide, especially in the early 1990s.

His present focus is on the study of how a segment of the population's die-hard "beliefs" in physical UFOs and Aliens may not only have been manipulated but also may even have been promoted by part of an elite echelon of the U.S. intelligence community as well as by such similar cabal within the military.

He theorizes that a conditioning system has been strategically set by those secretive elitists ever since 1947.
He also brings about the importance of Operation Paperclip which may have played a role during those initial years.
This conditioning system, targeted towards a segment of the population could, in the near-future, become part of a global deception scenario.

He states, "UFO reports may not necessarily be caused by physical visits from space travelers. Alternate realities co-exist with us, making it extremely difficult to define 'reality' through out limited empirical understanding and our inability to detect them with our five senses".

But he also states, "the government is well aware of this as well as of the puzzling, overtly non-threatening but deceptive nature of the UFO phenomenon and may well take advantage of it in a future global scenario".

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

The great Alien Hoax and the UFO community, a highly complex situation

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

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June 20, 2012


Dedicated to my late dearest mother who, in 1975, informed me that she had unmistakably seen a "flying saucer" that year:


There is little doubt in my mind that the U.S. government and the military have been just as perplexed about the UFO phenomenon as the public all these years.
There is also little doubt in my mind that all the while they have also been convinced that the puzzling phenomenon, much to their relief, has never posed any direct national security threat whatsoever.
Under these circumstances, it is also my belief that they have even benefited, strange as it may sound, from a segment of the population's die-hard belief in the existence of actual, physical UFOs and Aliens.

It is quite possible that that several governmental agencies may even have planted moles in the so-called UFO community, again strange as it may sound, to even promote and encourage beliefs in such.

This may all sound quite contradictory, but this has even led some researchers (including myself) to speculate that the government (or those who influence and may even control our government) could benefit from this kind of belief held by such segment of the public and, in the future, could even develop and utilize technologies that may enable it to even stage a deceptive, artificial "extraterrestrial" threat to create panic (should such needs arise) in order to accelerate an enforced global order of some kind, especially after a series of global political, economic and social crises that many seem to envision.

In 1993 and 1994 I had corresponded with a Canadian journalist by the name of Serge Monast who came out with an allegation that NASA had a futuristic program called PROJECT BLUE BEAM that will be utilized to stage a fake extraterrestrial "crisis" for a global deception through tri-dimensional holographic projections together with advanced mind-control technologies.

In 1993 I came out with a two-hour video entitled SECRETS OF DREAMLAND in which I postulated just such possibilities.

By 1993 a researcher by the name of William "Bill" Cooper also began to embrace this conspiratorial scenario.

Here is a very important clip from the late William "Bill" Cooper:


Besides the late William "Bill" Cooper and myself, here is a partial list of researchers who held or still continue to hold on to this theory:

Anthony J. Hilder, the late Ted Gunderson, Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura, Clyde Lewis and, of course, the late Serge Monast, to name just a few.

As you noticed, most of these are not Ufologists but researchers who are largely convinced that the so-called UFO community has been infiltrated and duped by governmental agents whose primary goal, again strange as it may sound, is to promote and encourage beliefs in physical UFOs and Aliens.

Does this mean that the UFO phenomenon is not real?
No, it certainly does not mean that.
On the contrary, the UFO phenomenon is absolutely real.
Even the world's foremost authority on the UFO phenomenon, Dr. Jacques Vallee, definitely states that the phenomenon is real.
However, as he stated many times, we cannot hastily conclude that the phenomenon has anything to do with actual physical extraterrestrial visitations:


My late beloved mother's incredible testimony of witnessing a "flying saucer" in 1975:

(a repost from my post of February 5, 2007):

Because of my fear of public ridicule, I have not told this true story publicly before, except to my closest friends.
It is only just recently that I have decided to go ahead and share this with the public.

My beloved mother passed away a few years ago in Yokohama, Japan, at the age of 88.
One of the most fascinating things my mother had ever told me happened one clear, cloudless day in the spring of 1975.

I was at that time living in Phoenix, Arizona.
I remember receiving from her a most interesting letter.
I could see her excitement in that letter.
She wrote to me in that letter saying that about 10 days before, she had distinctively observed a silver, metallic "flying saucer" shaped object (with a dome attached on top) hovering just over a crowded, elevated railway station (Kannai Station) in Yokohama.

It happened in broad daylight, around 11:30 a.m.
She described the object incredibly as a typical, "flying saucer", just as "flying saucers" have always been depicted in comic books or in Sci-Fi movies.

She said in the letter that it happened while she and her grandson were walking away from the railroad station and walking towards home to Motomachi area.
She felt as if "something had told her" to turn around and look back towards the railway station.
And, Lord behold, right over the station, she sudden saw this shiny, silverish, metallic, typical "flying saucer" (with a dome on top) hovering over.
She immediately pointed to her grandson to turn around and look.
And at that very moment, the object was gone....vanished!

The street was filled with people coming from and going to the railway station.
She was so awe-struck that she didn't even notice anyone observing the object nor did she scream out and tell anyone near her to look!

My mother had always been skeptical and always used to ridicule my serious interest in "UFOs" or "flying saucers" (as they were called then) ever since my father had told me of his sighting of a strange, greenish "ball of fire" slowly moving over Yokohama bay one summer night in 1947, as he was night-fishing, his favorite hobby of many, many years.
He swore that the object seemed as if it were intelligently controlled or intelligently maneuvering.
He said he had never seen anything like it before.
My father had passed away in 1982.

But getting back to my mother, her amazing sighting totally made her a believer.
Do I believe her sighting?
By all means, yes!
I have the highest respect for my mother and I totally believe what she said in the letter.
I visited my mother a few years later and she confirmed her sighting right to the detail.
There is no doubt in my mind that she did see what she said she saw.
But what do I think the "flying saucer" she saw was?

After more than 45 years of research behind the UFO phenomenon (I started my research in 1961), I have yet to come to any definitive conclusion as to what UFOs are.
Is it a physical phenomenon?....a religious apparition?
I still have no idea.
But I can definitely state that I believe my mother saw a "flying saucer".

This is why when a group of experienced pilots and several United Airlines employees reported that they had witnessed a metallic, saucer-shaped object hovering over Chicago's O'Hare International Airport last November in the later afternoon, I truly believe that they did see what they said they saw, i.e., a metallic, saucer-shaped object....and nothing else.
Again, as to what "flying saucers" really are, I haven't the slighted idea, even after more than 45 years of research.

During my 45 years of research, I have read hundreds and hundreds of sighting reports, anyalyzed hundreds of documents, seen many many alleged footages of sightings, personally experienced a couple or three sightings which I could not readily explain, interviewed hundreds of eyewitnesses (including some so-called "abductees") and traveled far and wide to many sightings location and places of interest in both Japan and the United States.
(I even visited Mexico, Chile and Argentina).

Surprising as it may sound, after all these personal efforts of many years, I cannot even come close to stating what is behind the UFO phenomena.
It still remains a mystery to me.

However, after all these years, the bottom line in my view is that we have yet to come up with a single, physical, solid, hard, tangible, publicly acknowledged irrefutable evidence whatsoever that we have ever been (or are being) visited by physical (biological) extraterrestrial entities piloting or maneuvering physical extraterrestrial spacecraft of any kind.

That is the bottom line.

I am not saying that the UFO phenomenon does not exist.
In fact, I believe that the phenomenon is real.
As I stated in the begining, one of the most highly respected researchers in the world today, Dr. Jacques Vallee, also emphatically states that the phenomenon is real.
However, Dr. Vallee cautions us, as I stated in the beginning, that we cannot assume that this phenomenon has to do with extraterrestrial visitations.

I am also simply saying that empirical science as we know it (the only discipline available so far that we can rely on to determine a physical existence of a phenomenon) has not come up with any single, concrete evidence to prove beyond a shadow of doubt that "UFOs" are "nuts-and-bolts" physical craft operated or manipulated and/or occupied by physical (biological) entities from advanced extraterrestrial civilizations.

This is why I came to believe that the entire phenomenon could even be some form of a religious manifestation or a religious manipulation by a power which we cannot comprehend simply by physical pursuit, a power which apparently is capable of presenting an "instant" (but only "temporary") appearance or illusion of being a physical phenomenon to the observer.

Some suggest that it could even be a momentary, holographic intrusion from some form of "parallel intelligence".
Some others even suggest that it could perhaps be some form of "time-slip", interdimensional "accident".
We just do not have the answer at the present time.

But having said all this, again here is the big question.
What about the government's position on all this?
I do believe, as I stated in the beginning, that the government and the military are just as much perplexed about this puzzling phenomenon as the public.
Will there be any disclosure by the government?
Absolutely not, because the government will never be able to explain to the public the non-physical (or many call it the "paranormal") aspect of this phenomenon.
If there ever will be a disclosure some day, it will only come from those intelligences themselves, if they exist.



Friday, June 8, 2012

The people's rallies at Area 51 and the ultimate conspiracy theory

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

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by Norio Hayakawa
June 8, 2012

As the organizer of the first People's Rally at Area 51 (which was held on June 6 of 1998) I can now state that it was a tremendous success.

In this historic rally we addressed many issues and demanded that the government:

1) admit the existence of the base and give it a proper name.

2) begin to compensate former workers who became ill due to their contact with toxic chemicals while working on the stealth program there.

3) stop burning toxic chemicals on open pits within the desert environment of Area 51

4) move the hidden Guard Shack right at the perimeter line where it should be and

5) construct a clearly marked fence along the perimeters lines rather than the oranges posts spread 50 yards apart.

However,only a couple of these demands have finally become a reality.

Just a few years ago the Department of Energy began to compensate the former workers (and the family of the workers who had passed away due to terminal illness caused by toxic substances at Area 51).

Also, they had stopped burning toxic chemicals on open pits at Area 51.

There are no longer "LETHAL FORCE WILL BE USED" signs at the boundary line.

However, other issues mentioned have not been realized yet.
Hopefully, the government will come clean on those issues.

Reminiscing the historic rallies at Area 51, I have recently documented them in a YouTube format entitled:

The People's Rallies at Area 51, historic images:

But, there could be more to Area 51 than these peripheral issues.

There has been some speculation that the ultimate Area 51 conspiracy may be, in the future, to create a global deception.

On June 7, 1998, the Las Vegas Review Journal came out with a headline news item entitled ALIEN CONSPIRACY.

I was quite satisfied with the way the paper treated our first People's Rally at Area 51.
So I decided to create a short YouTube version of this historic event and renamed it:


This concept that the government (or whatever group that influences and controls it) could in the future create and stage a fake "extraterrestrial" UFO-type threat in order to cause panic and to enforce the creation of a global government, has been supported by such as the late Bill Cooper, Anthony J. Hilder, the late Ted Gunderson, Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura, Clyde Lewis many others, including myself and the late Canadian investigative journalist Serge Monast (with whom I had corresponded in 1993 and 1994) who first brought up the Project Blue Beam concept in 1992.

It could be a long shot.
However, we will never know for sure.

Relating to this topic, some even say that a large-scale test of this concept may have taken place on March 13, 1997 over Phoenix, Arizona.

Here is an interesting item by Randall Fitzgerald who wrote on March 26, 2010:



Two military projects to create holographic projectors for psychological warfare purposes have been brought to my attention which add weight to the idea that the March 13, 1997 sightings of a large aerial vehicle over Arizona may have been part of a psychological warfare experiment.

One project was underway and the other in discussion stages during 1996,a full year before the UFO sightings over Arizona occurred. (Please refer to my previous two columns on this site making the case that the Arizona Lights phenomenon might have been holographic in nature, conducted out of a psychological warfare testing range based at an Army intelligence center in southeastern Arizona.)

The first holographic project originated at the Army Research Lab at Adelphi, Maryland. Coincidence or not, it was the Maryland Air National Guard which dropped the flares around 10 p.m. on March 13, seen widely in the Phoenix area, that served to confuse the situation about whether the UFOs were planes, flares, or a single huge object.

Titled "A 3-D Holographic Display," this November 1996 progress report for the Army Research Lab discussed research and development of "an innovative technique for generating a three dimensional holographic display...the resultant image is a hologram that can be viewed in real time over a wide perspective or field of view." (Accession number: ADA338490.) As with most military intelligence studies that leak into the public domain, this one gives no significant clues about the extent to which this technology is really operational.

A second project, or proposal, from May 1996, titled "A Research Paper Presented to Air Force 2025," makes a case for the development of an airborne holographic projector to display a three-dimensional hologram for optical deception and psychological warfare. This report was authored by three military officers, including Lt. Col. Jack A. Jackson, PhD., AFIT. The extent to which this proposal was based on developments already underway, or just a flight of futuristic fantasy by the authors, is unknown.

Still a third report, this one civilian, on the potential of holographic technology was prepared by Dr. David Watt for the Nonlethal Technology Innovations Center at the University of New Hampshire in the early part of this century. It examined "Holograms As Nonlethal Weapons," and the costs and challenges of developing such technologies.

As more information becomes available, I will share it with readers interested in the proposition that holographic technological developments represent a Brave New World of potential confusion and manipulation affecting the parameters and limits of our consensus reality.


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More evidence for 'Arizona Lights' as a holographic projection?

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

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Here is an interesting item written by Randall Fitzgerald (Skepticism Examiner) on

March 26, 2010:


Two military projects to create holographic projectors for psychological warfare purposes have been brought to my attention which add weight to the idea that the March 13, 1997 sightings of a large aerial vehicle over Arizona may have been part of a psychological warfare experiment.

One project was underway and the other in discussion stages during 1996, a full year before the UFO sightings over Arizona occurred. (Please refer to my previous two columns on this site making the case that the Arizona Lights phenomenon might have been holographic in nature, conducted out of a psychological warfare testing range based at an Army intelligence center in southeastern Arizona.)

The first holographic project originated at the Army Research Lab at Adelphi, Maryland. Coincidence or not, it was the Maryland Air National Guard which dropped the flares around 10 p.m. on March 13, seen widely in the Phoenix area, that served to confuse the situation about whether the UFOs were planes, flares, or a single huge object.

Titled "A 3-D Holographic Display," this November 1996 progress report for the Army Research Lab discussed research and development of "an innovative technique for generating a three dimensional holographic display...the resultant image is a hologram that can be viewed in real time over a wide perspective or field of view." (Accession number: ADA338490.) As with most military intelligence studies that leak into the public domain, this one gives no significant clues about the extent to which this technology is really operational.

A second project, or proposal, from May 1996, titled "A Research Paper Presented to Air Force 2025," makes a case for the development of an airborne holographic projector to display a three-dimensional hologram for optical deception and psychological warfare. This report was authored by three military officers, including Lt. Col. Jack A. Jackson, PhD., AFIT. The extent to which this proposal was based on developments already underway, or just a flight of futuristic fantasy by the authors, is unknown.

Still a third report, this one civilian, on the potential of holographic technology was prepared by Dr. David Watt for the Nonlethal Technology Innovations Center at the University of New Hampshire in the early part of this century. It examined "Holograms As Nonlethal Weapons," and the costs and challenges of developing such technologies.

As more information becomes available, I will share it with readers interested in the proposition that holographic technological developments represent a Brave New World of potential confusion and manipulation affecting the parameters and limits of our consensus reality.


Wednesday, June 6, 2012

The ultimate Area 51 Conspiracy

from Norio Hayakawa at the Civilian Intelligence Central

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The following can also be viewed here on (YouTube):

Here is an old article (of June 7, 1998) from Las Vegas Review Journal headline news:


Sunday, June 07, 1998


Believers of an American plot to unite the world against UFOs say such a concept is being generated at Area 51 and the result will be a fascist rule similar to Germany under Adolf Hitler.

By Joe Schoenmann

RACHEL -- For the 150 people gathered at sunrise Saturday near one of the most talked about classified military facilities in the world, "Area 51" is home not to alien UFOs but to a good old American conspiracy.

The alien-UFO story, most of them now say, is government-concocted propaganda designed to throw people off the real story behind Groom Lake, as the military prefers to call Area 51.

If they doubted themselves before they got to this roadstop 150 miles north of Las Vegas, they likely left more-convinced as the nearby rally fell under the steady gaze of federal park rangers, security guards on distant hills and unmanned cameras and microphones behind unmarked boundaries.

PHOTO (Norio Hayakawa addresses the first People's Rally on Saturday near Groom Lake. The rally drew about 150 people interested in the classified Air Force military facility, also known as Area 51, near Rachel.)

PHOTO (Michael Schratt shows on a schematic drawing Saturday how anti-gravity devices would work in flying saucers that he believes are already in operation at the Groom Lake classified military base near Rachel. In the foreground are models of several aircraft he said he constructed from information gleaned from public documents.
Photo by Ralph Fountain.)

Assembled at 6 a.m. on the sixth day on the sixth month -- symbolic admission to the devil's work many said is being done here -- they came from as far away as New York, Illinois and Oregon for the first People's Rally.

Organizer Norio Hayakawa, a funeral director from Gardena, Calif., called it a historic event that will grow. His aim for the rally was to bring attention to the plight of 39 former workers who were denied in 1996 the right to sue the Air Force facility for harm they say they suffered from exposure to toxic chemicals.

"Three have passed away and the rest are still sick and not treated yet," said Hayakawa, speaking with a bullhorn. "We believe the workers have a right to be cured and treated for their diseases."

He also proposed -- and figured he was being listened to and recorded through the various devices propped on the hillsides -- that the government create a fence around the base and a guard station at the fence.

"They have a $22 billion budget," he said, referring to the "black budget" tax dollars that fund the research. "So building a guard shack and fence should be no problem to them."

While he tiptoed on the issue of the purpose of the research, he also cautioned that research at the base could be used against the American public.

"We believe they have a right to build weapons for the national defense," Hayakawa said. "But we believe they could also be used for surveillance on us in the near future."

His words drew early morning applause from the group, which included some insurance agents cum videographers from Las Vegas hoping to package their footage into a TV pilot, and New York Times columnist Phil Patton, who was mildly hawking his soon-to-be-published book, "Dreamland."

There was also James Whisler, 30, a heavy-equipment mechanic from Battle Mountain, who is simply a devout Christian convinced that the billions of tax dollars spent at the base are not for the protection of America but for its enslavement.

He wants to save as many souls as possible before that happens.

Sitting Friday night in the Little A'Le'Inn Cafe on state Route 375 in Rachel -- in the background Hayakawa plays country western music on his electric organ -- Whisler exhausts himself and overwhelms listeners with a barrage of fact and belief that encompasses everything from the design of the nation's capital to John Lennon's song "Imagine" as proof that a one-world Luciferian government is the goal of elitist Americans.

"This," he said of Groom Lake, "is preparation for a deception that will come upon the world."

In a nutshell, Whisler believes that elitists known as the Illuminati control the United States through the Federal Reserve, and with their fingers on the nation's purse strings, they are using tax dollars to design UFOs to terrorize the world for the distinct purpose of unifying it.

"Create a common enemy to unite people of the world," he said.

Once it's unified, the goal is to create a fascist rule, much like Germany under Adolf Hitler, he said.

"If you were to take over the world, this is how it would be done," Whistler said. "The population of the world will be reduced drastically very soon."

Whisler wasn't hateful in his delivery, just impassioned.

Syndicated radio talk show host Anthony Hilder showed more revulsion. Wearing a magenta shirt and pants, he made a big impression in voicing his open distaste for the government under President Clinton.

"Can you imagine 100 Bill Clintons?" he asked, finishing a rapid-fire soliloquy on human cloning. "It would be the establishment, literally, of hell on Earth."

Another talk show host, Victor Camacho, arrived from Los Angeles with a bus load of listeners to his 1 to 5 a.m. radio program, "A Little of Everything." The group drove nine hours, stopping 30 minutes in Las Vegas, and got to the rally site at 2:15 a.m.

Mauricio Ramirez said he's been interested in the UFOs since he saw one as a boy in Tampico, Mexico, 20 years ago. He and the others planned to stay overnight Saturday and hike with Hayakawa today to a summit to view the base, which will be more than 20 miles away.

"I would like to see the base," he said. "I would like some answers."

Michael Schratt, 29, a draftsman from San Diego, was versed on the high-tech aircraft believed under construction at the facility. He produced scale models of what he said were Air Force flying saucers and other craft built upon information gleaned from public documents.

His ultimate interest is less apocalyptic than it is curiosity. He wants to get into the base to see for himself what he's only been allowed to imagine.
"I'd like those guys to just carry me in there," said Schratt, looking up to a white security truck on a nearby hill. "To get in, you've got to convince them you've got something that they need. That's what I'm trying to find."


My comments:

This concept that the government (or whatever group that influences the government) could, in the future, create and stage a fake "extraterrestrial" UFO-type threat in order to create panic and to enforce the future creation of a global government, has been supported by researchers such as Bill Cooper, Anthony J. Hilder, Ted Gunderson, Alex Jones, Jesse Ventura, Clyde Lewis and many others, including a Canadian journalist Serge Monast (with whom I corresponded back in 1993) who first brought up Project Blue Beam concept in 1992. It could be a long shot.....and we will never know.... :)

In conjuction with this topic, here is an interesting speculation about the 1997 Phoenix Lights incident:


Monday, June 4, 2012

Farm/ranch in Dulce, New Mexico for sale

June 4, 2012

from Norio Hayakawa at the Civilian Intelligence Central

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Here is a letter than I just received (on June 2, 2012):


"Dear Mr Hayakawa, my name is (NAME WITHHELD).
I read about the tour you gave in Dulce New Mexico in May.

My mother owns a farm/ranch smack dab in the middle of Gomez Ranch which is now owned by the Jicarillas.

My email is to inform you that we are intending to sell the farm/ranch very soon.

I noticed you will be having a conference in California on June 16, and 17 th.
I thought you might mention to interested parties that the our property is for sale.

I am including a snapshot of a Jicarilla map.
Our ranch is the white spot in the middle of the Gomez Ranch site.

The ranch in question is east of Mundo Lake , North of Enbom Lake and South of the highway, between J-8 and US 64. It is on the the Gomez ranch consisting of 440 acres. It is just northeast of the Dulce airport.

In fact one of the cattle mutilations that occurred in the 70's occurred almost on our fence line.

My brother knows exactly where as he and my father (who is now deceased) saw the mutilated cow.

Would't it be awesome if you and your affiliates could buy and build a center on the property that would help you further your studies on UFO research?

The land is 70% usable for organic dry land farming.

It has a spring for water and is abundant in elk and other wildlife.

The land runs adjacent to highway 64/84and is three miles from the paved highway.

Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in.

Thank you so much.



We are not Jicarilla. We are Spanish. Our ranch is a private ranch. It was U.S. patented land under the homestead act of 1862. My dad purchased it in about 1950 from my grandfather. The Gomez ranch was also a private ranch at one time and only fairly recently purchased by the Jicarilla Apache Nation.

As for the price that is yet to be determined based on market value and value to other possible interested purchasers."


Here is the latest that I received from (NAME WITHHELD)


"Norio, to be more specific on the ranch regarding price, one interested party from Texas whom we did not solicit but who approached us, is offering $880,000. My mom will sell as soon as she gets $1,000000. Maybe a consortium of buyers could come up with the money for a chance at (almost) cattle mutilation ground zero.

Something is going on in those hills.

Thanks again." (from NAME WITHHELD)



Certainly this seems like an ideal location. I know the general area of this location since Edmund Gomez showed me part of this ranch in 2011.
And also when I talked with the Public Relations Officer in Dulce last month, he seemed to show an interest in a near-future large conference to be held in well as my suggestion of establishing some kind of a research center in Dulce.


Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Fascinating origins of the Dulce underground base theories

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

May 23, 2012

This is to inform everyone that I will be giving a special presentation entitled "The fascinating origins of the Dulce underground base theories"
at the UFO Paranormal Summit Conference in Sacramento, California.

The conference will be held on June 16 and 17.
My presentation will take place on the 16th.
Please let everyone know.
Thanks so much!

Here is the complete information on the Sacramento UFO conference:

Here is a preview of my talk:


Saturday, May 12, 2012

Amazing footage of 1967 underground nuclear explosion, 22 miles southwest of Dulce, New Mexico

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

Here is an amazing footage of the 1967 underground nuclear explosion that took place 22 miles southwest of Dulce, New Mexico (this footage was found in the National Archives in Washington, D.C. and is about 40 minutes long, with absolutely no sound):

On May 12, I brought a group from Albuquerque and Rio Rancho to visit the Ground Zero of this historical site. It was my third visit to this site. The first time was in 2007 when a Jicarilla Apache resident of Dulce guided me here. The next visit was on May 2, 2012 when I came here with a friend from Rio Rancho.
On this last visit on May 12, I also invited Hoyt Velarde, resident of Dulce and long-time Director of Public Safety who had never been to this site before.

To get to this historical site is quite difficult for most folks, due to the fact that the 7 mile dirt road that leads to this site is not clearly posted as County Rd. 357 but, instead, is only posted as J-10 Rd., a Jicarilla Apache Rd.
It is accessible through this south entrance of J-10 Rd. on Hwy 64, about 10 miles west of the juncture of Hwy 537 and Hwy 64, near mile marker 115.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Norio Hayakawa's Free Guided Tour to Dulce, New Mexico on May 12, 2012

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

This is to inform everyone that I will be conducting a FREE, guided one-day tour to Dulce, New Mexico on Saturday, May 12, 2012.
The theme of my free, guided tour is: UFO CONSPIRACY TOUR OF DULCE, NEW MEXICO.
The information is also posted on YouTube:

I will be leading a car caravan for this guided tour. The car caravan will depart at 6:30 a.m. from the northwest-most corner of the parking lot of HOME DEPOT (located at the northeast corner of Hwy 550 and Sprint Blvd. in Rio Rancho.

The caravan will proceed on Hwy 550 going towards Cuba.
We will then go north on Hwy 537 (which will begin at the corner of Hwy 550 and Apache Nugget Casino).
We will then go West on Hwy 64.


GROUND ZERO of the 1967 underground explosion (PROJECT GASBUGGY) that took place 22 miles SW of Dulce.
We will be spending about an hour or so at this location, from around 9:45 a.m. to around 10:45 a.m.
For those of you who will be joining us directly at Dulce, here are the directions on how to get to GROUND ZERO.

From there, we will proceed to Dulce, going east on Hwy 64.
We will join with the other contingent of the trip (those who will meet us directly at Dulce) at the parking lot of Best Western Hotel in Dulce.

The caravan will depart from the parking lot of Best Western Hotel at 11:30 a.m.

We will take you to the famous Gomez grocery store on Hwy 64 and view the Gomez family’s last remaining ranch (where cattle mutilations took place in the 70s).

We will then proceed back to Dulce and take a left on Narrow Gage Rd.
We will make a right at J-2 dirt road, which is located at the foothills of the Archuleta Mesa.

the road that goes up to Mount Archuleta.

Seguro Canyon Rd. (the road that goes up to Archuleta Mesa)....... We will not go up the Archuleta Mesa.

We will stop at the picnic area of Navajo River on J-2 road. This area was the scene of alleged bigfoot sightings years ago.

The bridge from where communication towers of Archuleta Mesa are clearly visible. We will also go to the Dulce Rock area (where there have been many sightings of strange flying objects in the past).

We will also go to the Dulce Lake.

We will also go to the Dulce airport area (where there had been reports of strange hovering objects at the end of the runway in the past).

We will also visit the neighboring town of Lumberton from where we can see the Eastern Slopes of Archuleta Mesa.

We will talk to some local residents who have some amazing sighting reports in that area.

We will then go back to Dulce and visit the parking lot of Dulce Elementary School (that has a rather enigmatic design of its circular driveway as seen from satellite photos).
We will see the “arrow” on that driveway.
We will also look at a snow-capped mountain located northeast of this spot - exactly 18 miles away from that spot.

At each of these stops, I will be giving explanations of the significance of each location. There will be MUCH, MUCH MORE to this very interesting (and educational) field trip to Dulce, New Mexico.

Please join us on Saturday, May 12, 2012!!

Once again, this is all posted on YouTube:

Sunday, April 8, 2012

A future underground facility (for selected individuals) being planned near Area 51?

from Norio Hayakawa at the Civilian Intelligence Central

Here is a proposal by Las Vegas mega-billionaire, Robert Bigelow.
His plan is to build an underground facility (for selected individuals) at the new Nevada National Security Site, near Area 51:

The question is:
Who selects the chosen few? Robert Bigelow?

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Area 51...a social, cultural and psychological phenomenon entrenched in America's "sub-culture"

from Norio Hayakawa at: Civilian Intelligence Central

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March 16, 2012:

It seems so astounding just to think that in the past 25 years or so, Area 51 has transformed itself from an obscure R & D and testing facility at Groom Lake, Nevada, to the world's most well-known "secret base", bar none!!

In the mid to the late 1950's, the location so remote and unknown to the world was not even officially CLASSIFIED initially, according to military aviation historian, Peter Merlin. It was then a CIA managed operating base.

The term Area 51 was not even officially used by the Air Force even later on (and even to this day) because it was simply a designation initially created by the Atomic Energy Commission (today's Department of Energy) to describe various parcels in the Nevada Test Site.

There is only one official name for the facility used by the U.S. government: "an operating base near Groom Lake". Notice that the government does not even state that the base is at Groom Lake. It only states that it is "near" Groom Lake!!

It seems that the government does not even officially use AFFTC-DET 3 as a designation for the area. (Air Force Flight Test Center Detachment 3, allegedly a managerial umbrella of Edwards Air Force Base in Southern California).

(The exception was when a Security Manual for security personnel was printed in the late 1980s. They did use the desgination DET-3, alluding to the AFFTC).

It was around 1987 when rumors slowly began to circulate among some researchers that the base (among other projects such as hyper-sonic spy planes) may have been test-flying a recovered spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin!!

In 1988 Area 51 was mentioned briefly by name in a nationwide 2-hour FOX TV Special entitled: UFO Cover-up Live.

Then in 1989, with the arrival of Bob Lazar , Area 51 became the 'de-facto' Alien Base story to the believers. The rest is history, as everyone knows.

However, a strange rumor started in 1997 (that resulted from a misinformed article that appeared on POPULAR MECHANICS magazine) that Area 51 had closed its doors and had moved to Utah. Astonishingly, this rumor still seems to be believed by some folks.

Contrary to that unfounded rumor, Area 51 had never moved its operations elsewhere. In fact, today it even seems to be expanding. It is definitely alive and well!

And it seems to go hand in hand (probably in a working relationship) with the newly designated Nevada National Security Site (N2S2), the former Nevada Test Site, Area 51's next-door neighbor and a growing testing range designated for such things as anti-terrorist weapons programs.

Today Area 51 is a sprawling complex that almost resembles a small city with so many structures that are easily visible even with just a decent set of binoculars from atop Tikaboo Peak, 26 miles away.

It is estimated that as of 2012, anywhere from 1800 to 2200 employees continue to work at the growing base in diverse, highly compartmentalized programs conducted by at least a dozen defense contractors. Yes, this is the reality.

However, at the same time, Area 51 has solidly (and conveniently, for the government) entrenched itself in the sub-culture that includes a segment of the population's die-hard belief in UFOs and Aliens. Thus a convenient "laughter curtain" has been created to "muddy the waters" of what 'reality' may be to some conspiracy-oriented folks. It has become a quasi religious belief to many in the so-called "UFO subculture".

Yes, it has become a social, cultural and psychological phenomenon, far removed (some say) from reality but much needed for some folks who may feel the urge to believe in something (i.e., "aliens" who are working with our government secretly in places like Area 51, will soon reveal themselves to us and help us solve all these human problems), especially in these troubling, uncertain age of global economic, social and political crises.

To the mainstream, it may seem quite amazing that there are still some folks that actually believe that somehow the base is connected with Alien Technology!!

(Of course, some may rightfully say that ultimately we do not know for sure, since there is no proof to support that belief nor is there proof that such a thing is not there).

By the way, here is a tune that I composed back in 2005 while I was pondering at home about Area 51. It was just a couple of month away then from the 50th Anniversary of Area 51. I had an unforgettable experience of performing this music at a public gathering celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the base. The event was held next to the perimeters of Area 51 in May of 2005 under the watchful eyes of base security. Enjoy:


Tuesday, February 28, 2012

French physicist confirms 1988 UFO sighting over Mount Archuleta!!

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central


February 28, 2012
from French physicist, Dr. John F. Gille


To the memory of Officer Gabriel Valdez


Southern slopes of Mount Archuleta, 5 miles North-West of Dulce, New Mexico.
Dulce is about 27 miles west of Chama, on US 64, in Northwestern New Mexico, Rio Arriba County, and on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, only 4.5 miles south of the Colorado State Line.

- Location of witnesses: 400 meters (435 yards) south-east of Mount Archuelta Summit (elevation: 8136 feet = 2480 meters; Longitude = 107 degrees 03'17" W, latitude = 36 degrees 59'19" N - only 1.27 km = 0.79 miles = 1390 yd south of the Colorado State Line).

Witnesses' spot height: 7900 ft = 2408 m

- Location of the phenomenon: South to North trajectory for about 2 miles (3 km), stopping very close to Mount Archuleta summit, seen from a 25 to 35 degree angle ('altitude' in astronomy lingo) to the horizon (which makes for a height above sea level of 2600 - 2700 m, or 8500' - 8800').

- Estimated closest observers - trajectory distance: 440 m (480 yd)

- Distance observers - spot where the UFO stopped: 470 m (510 yd)

- Time: 7:51 pm (1951 hours) local (Mountain) time.

Duration: a few seconds (Ms. A. {see further, II.} a registered nurse, i.e., a well-trained observer of brief periods of time, measured in seconds, estimated the duration of the whole observation as 5 to 6 seconds).


* Elaine A., 44 RN, Albuquerque Veterans Hospital {all ages and occupations are those of 1988}

* Gabriel Valdez, New Mexico State Police, residing in Dulce {sadly, Gabe Valdez passed away in August, 2011}

* Edmund Gomez, rancher, a friend of Mr. Valdez, and a local resident

* "Jack" (not his real name), PhD, a research scientist for a major labe in the US {This gentleman, who hiked with us, was NOT Mr. 'Jason Bishop' (a.k.a., Tal Levesque), as 'BRANTON' has erroneously supposed in a note of Chapter 2 of his DULCE BOOK (currently freely available on the web). The real "Jack" was presumably still alive in 2011.

* Manuel, local kid {according to Edmund Gomez, it was Manuel, Jr., younger brother of Edmund}

* Jeff, younger son of Mr. Valdez

* John Gille, PhD, 46 and residing in Albuquerque, NM {University of Marseilles, 1973}


I was interested in the Dulce area because of rumors related to: a) an allegedly, 'jointly' (i.e. CIA - Alien!) occupied' underground facility, situated, said the rumor, under Mount Archuleta; b) numerous associated UFO sightings, as it has been persistently reported by local residents through the grapevine. {See: UFO Crash at Aztec, by William S. Steinman, publisher: UFO Photo Archives, Tucson 1986, ISBN: 0-934-269-05-X, p. 578 - 604 ("The Bennewitz Story"), and the well-known John Lear Statement, (privately published) December 29, 1987, revised March 25, 1988 (see also ParaNet, October 16, 1988), I had translated the latter in French, and, under that form, the Statement ("Declaration de John Lear") had a nice circulation in the French domain, however on the sly).

A night of observation, in the mountains west of the town of Dulce, had been planned for some time (and not later than September 1988) under the leadership of Mr. Valdez.

Since about 7:30 p.m., we had been playing a game (erroneosly interpreted as 'Ouija' by some) at the instigation of Mr. Valdez:

Five players were required: one of them (called the 'subject'), in turn, is sat on a chair. The other four place their hands on the head of the 'subject' and have a moment of quiet. Then, at a signal, they lift him (or her0, using only the tips of their forefingers, jabbing them under the subject's armpits and knees. In most cases, the subject is lifted very fast and easily one foot or two up. When the same stunt is attempted without 'meditation time', it is usually impossible to move the subject, even when the combined efforts result in much strain applied on the joints of the forefinger. Indeed, I know not of any conventional explanation - in term of our Western Science - of this innocent game, played as it is around the world (I had played it in France when I was in my twenties).

Just as we were processing the last person (Jack), one of Mr. Valdez' sons shouted: "Look! Here it comes!" {I do not make the statement that there was a casual correlation between what we had just been doing and what what-ever it may have been - we saw next. I merely report two consecutive events which may have or may have not been correlated}.


The "object" (hereby designated as such - I personally was not able to make out any structure in it) came from the south at great speed, on a flat, straight, rectilinear and horizontal trajectory resulting, for the retina in our eyes {Through the persistence of luminous impression, a standard physiological reaction.}, in a perfectly straight luminous line (yellowish, and of some thickness, like one who would have resulted from a plane's landing light.

It was definitely, not a plane. I use this comparison to give an idea of the luminosity of the trajectory.
We had seen already a number of shooting stars that night.
The path of the trajectory of our phenomenon was maybe hundreds or thousands of times more luminous than theirs).
There was not any sound coming from the phenomenon.

The 'object' stopped dead on its tracks. Its trajectory's final spot was very close to the top of Mount Archulelta, as we saw it from where we were.
At the same time, it became extremely luminous, lighting at least half the sky up. It looked literally like the blossoming of a flower of light. There was a "display of gorgeous lights of pure color" {to quote the John Lear Statement}: yellow, pink, green - enhanced by the center of that luminous phenomenon, giving out a shower of sparks (not unlike portable fireworks mounted on a stick, seen on the 4th of July). There was kind of a mist, too, around the object's center, at this same moment.
It then sort of "folded on itself", and disappeared, vanished.
There was not anymore anything to be seen. Ms. A's expression to describe the end of the phenomenon as "it slipped away into another dimension".


A. Maps:

1. United States (with several alleged points of interest spotted)

2. Part of the South-West, including New Mexico (the curve drawn with a felt pen inside New Mexico is the Continental Divide)

3. Northwestern part of New Mexico

4. Jicarilla Apache Reservation

5. Part of the "Wirt Canyon" map sheet, to the 1:24,000 scale, published by the US Geological Survey.

B. Photos:

1. Our party ready to leave (from left to right, Mrs. Valdez - she did not join the trip -, Mr. Gabriel Valdez, Manuel, John Gille, Edmund, "Jack", Greg, Jeff. The photo was taken by Ms. A.)

2. Our campsite, seen from front of Mount Archuleta summit, the next morning

3. Mount Archuleta, seen from the campsite, the next morning.

C. Sketch of relative positions of observers versus phenomenon:

TF = trajectory, C= campsite, H = orthogonal projection of 'C' unto the estimated vertical plane including the trajectory (as drawn on the map - see annex A.5., CT = minimum distance observers - trajectory = 44 m (= 480 yd), F = end of the phenomenon, "flower of light", Distance 'C' = 'F' = 490 m (= 530 yd)
The trajectory was about 2000 feet above the lowest point under the estimated path of the 'object', which is the Navajo River, elevation about 6600 feet.


I usually have a rather impatient attitude toward UFO observations who exhibit a lower strangeness level than CE-IV's (the so-called abductions). Now, the above described case is not even a Close Encounter (with the object less than 200 yd from the witness). Actually, for several months, I did not overdramatize the importance of the October 23 observation. However, it is not its strangeness level, undoubtedly low on an absolute reference scale, which gives its interests to that humble LITS (Light In The Sky); it is the place where it happened.

The exact location where the phenomenon did happen had been described, prior to our Oct. 23 observation, in at least two published documents. Namely, the John Lear Statement, and UFO Crash at Aztec, by W. S. Steinman. The John Lear Statement had been called a hoax and/or a piece of disinformation by some. We are, obviously, unable to check presently the genuineness of all claims stated in so rich a text.

It may be worthy of note, nevertheless, that our observation on the slopes of Mt. Archuleta was kind of a 'Road to Damascus' for one member of our party, a well-bred, experimented, hardnosed physicist.

This fact alone, we believe, could well be a justification not to discard the observation, and, above all, to give a second look to Mr. Paul Bennewitz statements, according to which there is an underground base operated by aliens under Mount Archuleta.

That hypothesis earned Mr. Bennewitz {Mr. Bennewitz passed away in June 2003} a lot of rejection and jeers from the ufologic community, and very likely also, unfortunately, persecutions of an altogether mcuh more serious nature {see, for instance, the confessed (Las Vegas, July 1989) shady maneuvers of a Bill Moore. See also COSMIC TOP SECRET, by William H. Hamilton III, a relevant extract of which is currently, and freely, available on the net. {JFG, Dec. 17, 2011}.

We'd like, someday, to dwell deeper into that mysterious affair. Let's now be content not to deprive the ufologic community of the details of this simple observation.

Albuquerque, February 20 - April 13, 1989
Aix-en-Provence, December 2011


P.S. Dr. John Gille's French name is Jean-Francois Gille

Jean-Francois Gille worked for CNRS France (Charge de recherche)
Foundations of Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Fields Theories

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Dulce, New Mexico, the mysterious "earthquakes" of 1966 and 1967 and Project Gasbuggy

from Norio Hayakawa at: Civilian Intelligence Central

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January 10, 2012:

Dulce, New Mexico, the mysterious "earthquakes" of 1966 and 1967 and Project Gasbuggy

Here is a fascinating report which was posted several years ago on the Internet by an anonymous researcher who only went by the name of Firefoot:

This researcher, Firefoot, apparently studied the earthquake epicenters in and around Dulce from January 23, 1966 to December 10, 1967. Apparently unusual "earthquakes" were occuring in these areas nearly a year before Project Gasbuggy took place on December 10, 1967!!

(December 10, 1967 was when the U.S. exploded a nuclear device a mile and a half underground, about 22 miles southwest of Dulce, New was called Project Gasbuggy and was explained by the U.S. Government as an experiment that would help ease the flow of natural gas trapped under hard, tuffa rocks in the entire was an explosion of 30 megaton bomb, which caused a 5.10 magnitude earthquake in the area, extending all the way to Farmington).

This anonymous researcher, Firefoot, covered all known earthquake information from a point that extends 50km in every direction around the coordinates 37.052N, 106.907W.

He states that for some reason, 95% of the earthquakes occured between 1966 and 1967.
He states that it is possible that there was underground construction occuring.
He then made this map using the USGS/NEIC data.

As you go to his above link, he points out that Red "tacks" show coordinates where MULTIPLE earthquakes occured. Blue "tacks" show places where there was one earthquake only.

He made black grid lines to connect lines of more than TWO earthquakes which happened to happen along a meridian.
He says that the chances of there being so many lines of more than two earthquakes is statistically nil!!

The green and red lines show locations between places where multiple earthquakes occurred where they just happen to measure into perfect triangles. (As stated, lines of these two triangles are marked with green and read.)
"Very strange to say the least!" he says.

He believes explosives and RAND Corp digging machines were used.

But once again, I would like for you to go to the link for more fascinating information that I would like to point out. Please study the link very carefully again and since you can zoom in to any location within this google map/satellite imagery, please do so anytime:

(try to keep it in the satellite imagery mode, as much as possible)


In his explanation on the left side, he mentions three items of interest:

These three items are Purple "tacks":

He describes one as a "hangar in the forest", which is the northwestern point of the equilateral triangle. The equilateral triangle is indicated with purple color. If you zoom in, yes, you can definitely see an isolated building which definitely could be a hangar. This location is slightly south southeast of Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

Next he describes a "door in the mountain". This is the eastern point of the equilateral triangle. What he calls a "door in the mountain" (if you zoom in) appears to be an anomalous spot...a strange area near atop a snow-capped peak (the researcher calls this peak Navajo Peak, and is located about 8 miles northeast of the town of Chromo, Colorado. The anomalous spot (which superficially looks somewhat like a lake) certainly doesn't fit in because the rest of the area is snow-covered.

(In late 2008 I was contacted by a Los Alamos scientist who first pointed this to me when he visited my home)

Lastly, the researcher, Firefoot, describes an "arrow at Dulce". This location is at the southern point of the equilateral triangle. If you zoom in, you can clearly tell that it is a building located in the southern area of Dulce. Actually, it is the Dulce Elementary School, located right next to the Stone Lake Road.
If you zoom in, you can clearly see that the arrow is seen on the strangely-configured circular driveway of the school. This is now known among some researchers as the Dulce Arrow.

(Again, in late 2008, the very same Los Alamos scientist who visited me pointed this out to me)

What is most interesting is that from the Arrow of the circular driveway of Dulce Elementary School to the anomalous point on Navajo Peak in Colorado is exactly 18 miles.

And, from the anomalous area high atop the snow-capped Navajo Peak in Colorado to the "hangar" south of Pagosa Springs, is also exactly 18 miles.

And, from the "hangar" south of Pagosa Springs to the circular driveway of Dulce Elementary School is also exactly 18 miles!!

The last three items (i.e., "the door in the mountain", "the Dulce arrow" and "hangar in the forest") are summarized in this YouTube piece:


By the way, for more information on Project Gasbuggy, please go to:

Monday, January 9, 2012

December 22, 2012....DECEPTION, DELUSION or a PSYOPS TOOL?

from Norio Hayakawa at Civilian Intelligence Central

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January 9, 2012:

December 22, 2012....DECEPTION, DELUSION or a PSYOPS tool?

Extremely weird but psychologically fascinating message about December 22, 2012 by Japan's self-proclaimed visionary, Kaoru Nakamaru (who claims to be Emperor Meiji's granddaughter):

What fascinates me most is her inference that the origins of UFOs may not be from another planet in the universe but from this earth, i.e., somewhere on or in earth.

Coincidentally on this line of thought, I have always been skeptical of UFOs as physical extraterrestrial spacecraft coming all the way from somewhere in outer space and defying all laws of physics as we know it.

I have always wondered if it is more plausible to think that their origins (if indeed they do exist physically or otherwise) could be from this earth, i.e., somewhere on earth or even somewhere in the interior of the ridiculous as it may sound.

We will just have to wait and see if this is all New Age MUMBO JUMBO or not.
Or, perhaps, could this be some type of a Psychological Operations tool that may be utilized by any number of global institutions that may have hidden agendas for 2012?

Naturally, if nothing happens on December 22, 2012, this posting will be eliminated!