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Understand The Truth About Phil Schneider and The Dulce Base

In the early 90s, Phil Schneider presented lectures on forms of alien lives. He allegedly was one of three people who survived a battle between Greys and the US military at the underground Dulce Base in 1979.

On January 1996, Phil Schneider was found dead in his apartment, with a piano wire wrapped around his neck; he suffered torture, and all his presentation papers and research vanished.

The coroner’s results confirmed suicide.

Who was Phil Schneider

Son of the German couple Sally Schneider and Otto Oscar Schneider. Philip Schneider was born on April 23, 1947, at the Naval Hospital in Bethesda, USA.

Phil SchneiderHis father also has a controversial military life. He fought as a U-boat captain on both sides of World War II.  After being captured by the United States became involved in the front of military experiments.

He worked on the project of the atomic bomb, the H-bomb, and according to researchers, the Philadelphia Experiment.

On the other hand, Philip graduated in engineering and geology with his family’s influence. He worked for the Government for 17 years.

Phil Schneider went through engineering school. He built up a reputation as a geological and structural engineer for military and aerospace applications.

Schnider helped build two military bases in the United States; the first was at Dulce, New Mexico.

Cynthia Marie Drayer Simon married Philip less than a year after they met; eventually, in 1986, and the following year, they welcomed their daughter, Marie Schneider.

But Philip Schneider presented a severe case of depression and emotional disruption and could become abusive, and Cynthia and Philip divorced in 1990.

Philip left home and moved to an apartment complex in Wilsonville, Oregon.

Schneider began to publish a magazine called “The Alien Digest” with his partner, Rum Rummel, who published the articles in the magazine under the code name Creston.

By 1993, they released the last issue when Rum Rummel was found dead in a park with a bullet wound to the head.

According to the investigation, the cause of death was suicide.

When Philip’s father died, he found letters from Oscar addressed to him in the basement.

Oscar Schneider Cover-ups and UFO Evidence

Otto Oscar SchneiderIn the content, the truth about Oscar’s past would also confirm the existence of the Philadelphia Experiment.

Philip discovered documents and photographs in his father’s basement proving Oscar Schneider’s involvement in the Philadelphia Experiment and Operation Crossroads.

Philip possessed letters from the 1940s and 1950s showing that Oscar helped to isolate the crewmembers of the Philadelphia Experiment, and he later autopsied them as soon as they passed away.

The letters also showed UFOs fleeing through mushroom clouds after the A-bomb was dropped on Bikini Atoll around 1946, in the so-called “Operation Crossroads.”

Oscar examined animals and humans after the explosion of the bomb radiation.

After he loses the closest persons around him, Philip decides to expose the 17 years he worked for the Government at conferences around the US.

Phil Schneider reveals secrets from the United States Government.

Schneider spoke in his lectures every Top Government secret he could remember. He made clear that he probably would not live for a long time.

His conferences started with a shy audience and grew from around 20 lectures in 2 years. He spoke to about 45,000 people, according to himself.

Subjects were unheard of then and shocking in the last decade of the XX century.

  • The longtime relationship between Aliens and the US Government, with the exchange of information between the two sides
  • The existence of a Black Budget to the US fund Top Secret Projects
  • Over one hundred underground facilities, spread over the country, large underground cities connected by high-speed magnetic levitation trains that reach up to Mach-2 speed
  • The 1979 Dulce Firefight, when Humans and Aliens, where he killed two Greys while working on the construction of the Dulce base
  • The possibility the table changed to finish with the influence of the New World Order’s members
  • The Star Wars details
  • The truth behind the Black Helicopters
  • The creation of AIDS as a biological weapon
  • The invention of a device to produce earthquakes

The 1954 Greada Treaty

President Dwight Eisenhower sign The 1954 Greada Treaty with aliens

In 1954, under the Eisenhower administration, the president bypassed the US Constitution.

Eisenhower formed a pact with alien races in exchange for advanced technology. The aliens could experiment on life stocks, minerals, and a small group of humans.

The 1954 Greada Treaty has elements that might have inspired the X-Files TV series.

Learn More: 1954 Greada Treaty – President Eisenhower form a treaty with aliens at Holloman AFB.

The US Black Budget

On September 10, 2001, US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld announced that more than $2 trillion in Pentagon funds had gone missing.

According to the Associated Press, the US military’s money managers made almost $7 trillion in adjustments to their financial ledgers to make them add up, the Pentagon’s inspector general said in a report released Friday.

The Pentagon could not show receipts for $2.3 trillion of those changes, and half a trillion dollars were just corrections of mistakes made in earlier adjustments.

The 1979 Dulce Base Firefight

While building an addition to the deep underground military facility at Dulce, New Mexico, an incident occurred quite by accident.

The Dulce base, allegedly, is the most profound military service, over 2.5 miles deep, with seven levels, labs, door rooms, a railroad connection to Los Alamos, and a spacecraft’s entrance.

Philip Schneider said his team drilled four distinct holes in the desert to connect each other.

Then he dropped to the end of the holes and analyzed rock samples to them recommend the quantities and type of explosives.

At one of these drops, the group was surrounded by outer-space aliens, known as large Greys, to an enormous cavern.

In Schneider’s own words:
“I shot two of them. At that time, there were 30 people down there. About 40 more came down after this started, and they all got killed. We had surprised a whole underground base of existing aliens. Later, we discovered they had lived on our planet for a long time, perhaps a million years. This could explain a lot of what is behind the theory of ancient astronauts.”

During the bout, a tall Grey moved with his “hand” on his chest (as if he made waves over his chest), and a blue ray struck Philip’s rib cage, knocking him to the ground.

Besides his chest, the lighting cut off and burned several fingers and nails of his hand and foot.

Sixty-six humans lost their lives in this battle, and only Philip and the other two men managed to escape.

For over a year, Philip received treatment in radiation isolation therapy.

Star Wars Project

The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) was a missile defense system to protect the United States from ballistic strategic nuclear weapons attacks.

The system, which combined ground-based units and orbital deployment platforms, was first publicly announced by President Ronald Reagan on March 23, 1983.

According to Wikipedia, Philip Schneider has another version of the Star Wars program.

Schneider attested that the “space shuttles” missions intended to take large unique metals to be processed in the out-space because they can not produce it on the Earth’s surface.

According to him, the vacuum near outer space is necessary to create them.

He believed the Star Wars program exists solely as a possible threat to avoid an alien attack.

The project uses the cold war as a cover-up to raise more money for the Black Budget.

Philip Schneider’s Mysterious Death

As soon as Schneider decided to talk to the public, he knew his life was at risk.

But he hopes that making the information available to the organizations involved would find no reason to kill him.

He would state, at the beginning of his lectures:

“I feel directly threatened, and before I am killed, I must reveal this material. If they ever say I committed suicide, you will know I was murdered.”

On January 17, 1996, Philip Schneider was found dead in his apartment.

Cause of Death: Suicide.

According to his ex-wife Cynthia, she received a phone call informing her that Philip had died in his apartment and apparently by suicide, possibly a week before the discoverer of the body.

When removing her body, they informed her the cause of death was poor blood flow to the brain, known as a stroke.

Analyzing the Crime Scene

Meanwhile, Cynthia returned to Philip’s apartment.

She discovered that all of Phil Schneider’s research material vanished, lecture materials, alien metals, higher math books, photographs of UFOs coming out of the Operation Crossroad A-Bomb, and notes for his book on the foreign agenda.

But valuable goods, like jewelry, mineral specimens, gold, money, and personal documents reserved in the usual locations.

Death Cover-up

Cynthia received a call from Clackamas County Detectives a day later informing her that the undertaker found “something” around Philip’s neck.

Dr. Gunson performed an autopsy at the Multnomah County Medical Examiner’s office in Portland, Oregon. She determined Philip committed suicide by wrapping a rubber catheter hose three times around his neck and half-knotting it in front.

Dr. Gunson also collected blood and urine samples, but she refused to examine them, explaining as a “waste of public money on suicide.”

By Oregon’s laws, the samples should keep for 12 months. Cynthia requested that an independent lab analyze the samples eleven months later. It was either “lost” or “destroyed.”

For Cynthia, Phil couldn’t hold a rubber hose with his left hand and roll around his neck three times.

His missing fingers and a shoulder motion limitation caused by arthritis were enough evidence for her; it was not a suicide.

Aside from the fact if Phil Schneider wanted to kill himself, he had several prescribed medications available and a 9mm gun.

Cynthia stated that Phil was very religious and did not believe in suicide.

Other reasons to not believe in Suicide:

  • No suicide note found
  • No coroner ever came to his apartment after his body was found against Oregon’s Law.
  • Police investigators never took into consideration the missing items
  • Philip was scheduled for another lecture tour on 1/16/1996 in Tampa, Florida.

Conclusion

With his death, Phil Schneider left much more questions unanswered.

It is possible to confirm that he worked for the US federal government for a long time. But exactly what kind of project it is unclear.

The same as to confirm Otto Oscar Schneider’s involvement in the US and German activities before and after WWII.

Since his death, other versions of the “Dulce Wars” of 1979 emerged to the public.

If you have any additional information to clarify Philip Schneider’s life and death, please get in touch with us.

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