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Norio F. Hayakawa (born 1944)[1] is a UFO researcher who was based out of New Mexico. Hayakawa had an active interest in the Dulce, NM area in the early 1990s. Although he believed that the Dulce area was a hotspot for UFO activity, he stated in late 2015, “As of yet, we do not know the true nature of this strange phenomenon. But I do not believe in the fabricated tales ... and claims about the Dulce base whose physical existence has never been proven beyond a shadow of doubt.”[3]

Dulce affairEdit

Norio Hayakawa supported some of the research in uncovering the truth about Dulce in the early 1990s. In a letter dated January 28, 1991, Norio F. Hayakawa added the following comments concerning the 'Dulce' [area]:[4]

"...I've been to Dulce with the (Japanese) Nippon Television Network crew and interviewed many, many people over there and came back with the firm conviction that something was happening around 10 to 15 years ago over there, including nightly sightings of strange lights and appearances of military jeeps and trucks. And I am convinced that the four corners area is a highly occultic area. The only stretch of highway, namely Highway 666, runs through the four corners area from southeast Arizona to North- western New Mexico and up. I have also heard that this Highway 666 came into existence around 1947 or 1948, fairly close to the time of 1947, the modern-day beginning of OVERT UFO APPEARANCE, i.e. the Kenneth Arnold incident, and coincident- ally or not, the establishment of Israel in 1948."

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Branton Group comments on Hayakawa’s prophetic insights, that the formation of a New World Order would be "based in Europe".

The Group warns that "All nations should learn to be self-supporting and not be tempted to succumb to a global economic system -- and therefore a global political system, in that money and politics are more or less synonymous... at least in this world where those who control the money CONTROL the governments. Also independent economies will prevent all nations from falling like dominoes if an economic collapse does occur."[2]

Jason Bishop III even sought Norio Hayakawa, visiting with him many times at his residence, even after moving to Torrance, California.[5] Hayakawa arranged for Nippon Television, based out of Japan, to help Bishop get his story out. Hayakawa’s interactions with Jason Bishop inspired him to give a 1992 lecture and author a book of the same name, UFOs, the Grand Deception and the Coming New World Order (1993).[2]

Hayakawa made the comment: "...highly intelligent and deceptive 'ultradimensional entities' materializing in disguise as 'aliens', are collaborating with a secret 'world government' that is preparing to ingeniously 'stage' a contact-landing...to bring about a 'New World Order'."[2]

Hayakawa continued: "... immediately [will] follow a rapid series of shocking, incredible events in succession, beginning with a Russia-backed Arab Confederacy's attempt to invade Israel, simultaneous worldwide earthquakes, worldwide stock market crash and a sudden, mysterious 'evacuation' of a segment of the planets population, all of which will culminate in a quick official formation of a New World Order that will last for seven years upon its inception."[2]

Further, a shocking series of events will "...put millions and millions of people worldwide in an absolute stupor for months during which time a special, extremely effective, multi-leveled 'mind control' program will be activated to calm down the stunned populace..."[2]

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Area 51 disclosure

Interest in the Dulce affair may have led Hayakawa to rally for disclosure of Area 51.

In February 1990, Hayakawa arranged for a field trip of 20 some people, along with Japan’s NIPPON Television Network, to observe "Dreamland", Nevada. They reported witnessing "a flight maneuver of a brightly lit orange-yellowish light making extremely unorthodox flight patterns, including sudden acceleration, descension and ascension -- possibly exerting a force of multiple g's under extremely limited space and time -- and even zig-zag type movements, while on a field trip to an area just outside of 'Area 51' in Nevada on Wednesday, February 21, 1990". His brother-in-law Itsuro Isokawa photographed the object in flight.[2]

In the year 2000, Hayakawa was instrumental in starting the Area 51 People's Rally with activist Anthony J. Hilder on 5 June 2000, in Rachel, Nevada. Hayakawa opened the Area 51 Peoples Rally with 200 people congregating by the signs of Groom Lake Road. Demands were being made and directed at government authorities.[6] The event was covered by KVBC and Channel 3 (NBC).[7]

In 2009, Norio Hayakawa organized a first-time ever “underground base” conference in Dulce, New Mexico on March 29. The conference was open to the public, entitled: “THE DULCE BASE: FACT? OR, FICTION?”. It was attended by more than 140 persons from out-of-state, including many local residents. But Hayakawa felt that nothing conclusive had come out of it.[5]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Ufologists in their Own Words, Norio Hayakawa
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Branton Group. The Dulce Book. Report From A Japanese Television Crew
  3. Phil Schneider’s Dulce base “delusions” by Norio Hayakawa, 21 Dec 2015
  4. Branton Group. The Secrets of the Mojave, 7th edition, Page #12
  5. 5.0 5.1 Norio Hayakawa. The mysterious Jason Bishop III (a.k.a, Tal Levesque, a.k.a., TAL), the illusive personality behind the “Dulce Base ” rumors, November 27, 2016
  6. Wikipedia, Norio Hayakawa
  7. Area 51 Peoples Rally (1999)

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