Dulce Base 2019 Documentary Exposes What Really Happens Deep Underground, Astounding!
Located almost two miles beneath Archuleta Mesa on the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation near Dulce, New Mexico was an installation classified so secret, its existence would be one of the most protected realities in the world.
The video looks at the Secret Space Program: the ships of the Deep Space Fleet; interstellar/interspecies treaty conferences on Earth; non-human species who work with the military; Mark Richards’ training with the Raptor Imperial Fleet; and, various missions on-and-off Earth to defend humanity.
In 1979 there was the human-extraterrestrial confrontation that took place at Dulce Base. The most detailed report comes from Phil Schneider, a former military geologist who worked on underground military bases.
Philip Schneider, an explosive engineer who worked for the U.S. government, with high-level security clearance, claimed that in 1979 he participated in the building of a “secret underground base,” in Dulce, New Mexico.
“There’s a war under there and it’s been going on since that time,” he said. He spoke of 1,477 underground bases around the world, 129 of which were located in the United States. Each cost $17 billion or more.
He stated the Black Budget, hidden from other U.S. government agencies and from the public, garners 25 percent of the gross national product. Military forces from multiple countries have been engaged in such warfare with aliens, he said.
In the video Jo Ann speaks about her knowledge of operations and secret meetings that these men were involved with. She shares information about numerous alien species, the secret space fleet, and battles with aliens on- and off-world.