Norio Hayakawa has nearly half a century of research behind him: an extensive 45 years of in-depth study on the UFO phenomenon. In 1990 he organized a network called the Civilian Intelligence Network and began to conduct thorough research on Area 51 in Nevada. The Civilian Intelligence Network grew to become a loosely-knit citizens watchdog group on government accountability, and its network of researchers, investigators and intelligence gatherers held their primary focus on the government’s so-called Black Budget Programs at locations such as the operating base at Groom Lake (Area 51).
Norio’s research lead him towards investigating the widespread claims about the existence of the Dulce underground base in 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 have been manipulated. In some cases, these beliefs have been deliberately created and taken advantage of by the U.S. intelligence community and by the military in counter intelligence operations, and promoted on a daily basis.
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