Well from a reliable source deep inside the allusive UFO Study Group, they held their April soirÃ©e in a backroom of a public building in Albuquerque.
The main topic of the day was the Dulce conference and its impact on the Jicarilla Apache Nation. One of the members of the group will be continuing the Dulce research by interviewing some of the locals to gather additional information to understand the complexities of the subject. It sounds like there could be more amazing facts forth coming. But they may not be made public because of the potential sensitivity. It also came out that as the group members were leaving Dulce, several locals confronted them to share some of their strange stories. Several of these people were profoundly shaken from their abduction-type experiences and their various UFO sightings. The locals also brought out pictures of weird animals that were half this and half that. One of the MJ-7 members was upset by the amount of pain he saw in the localsâ€™ eyes. It seems that some of the locals were asking for help or maybe just needed someone to talk to and listen to and tell them it would be all right. It sounds like the MJ-7 group has several members who could provide this sort of help, if the Jicarilla Apache will invite them to listen.
On subjects discussed, they were told that there were some amazing Sasquatch people encounters in Dulce, in the Albuquerque area and in Washington State. One of the members is going on a mini-expedition into the Washington backcountry next May to further his process of making contact with the Sasquatch People. There was also talk about exploring the areas of the Sandia Mountains east of Albuquerque for Sasquatch locations for possible contact. The Sasquatch talk was followed by conservations about an energy workshop one of the members recently attended. One Native American member shared some amazing traditional stories. An expert astrologist shared the chart of one of the members with some eye-opening conclusions that canâ€™t be shared here.
The last item on the agenda was a question asked to the group, would there be a Dulce II conference in the future? The answer–It would depend if the Jicarilla Apaches would be willing to further open up and let non- tribal members into their world.
Sleep tight and dream hard, that other world may serve you better.
Seven Wise Owls