UFOs Love New Mexico
By Kathy Helms
GALLUP – From Roswell to Crownpoint to the Plains of San Agustin, there's nothing foreign in New Mexico about UFO sightings or tales of alien abductions. And this past weekend during the 7th annual UFO Film Festival at El Morro Theatre the message was clear: The United States needs to come clean.
Jacques Cyril Tixier, 58, of Gallup, has been attending the film festival for several years and is a firm believer in UFOs. A renowned metal artist, Tixier's sculpture of a coal miner, “The Cowboy and the Mermaid,” and Jerry Garcia's guitar stand alongside the massive “We the People” by Armando Alvarez in Miyamura Park.
Tixier attends the annual UFO festival just to see if there's anything new. This year they watched a couple films on crop circles, talked about the Mayan civilization, the pyramids, and the composition of metal fragments found at what is believed to be a UFO crash on the Plains of San Agustin, which happened around the same time of the Roswell incident.
“But the gist of the conference, I think, is France already has released their information about UFOs to the public. The United States needs to come clean with what they know, what they've seen, and turn that loose to the public because there's people out here that can tell them answers,” Tixier said.
He has his own theory about metal fragments from the crash and how a spaceship might be built. He attributes this insight and knowledge of metal to an event that occurred years ago when he was a teenager.
“I grew up on a ranch, 92,000 acres in northeastern New Mexico – Tucumcari/Logan area. All the time when we were out there at night, we'd always see lights and little things in the valley glowing, so we always knew something was up,” he said.
Tixier was no more than 17 years old when, one evening coming back from Logan on his motorcycle, he experienced one of those unexplainable weird events they make movies about. It was right around dusk but he could easily see a hundred feet or so ahead.
“I was halfway home on a 30-mile dirt road. I crossed this creek and then I got up on the plain again and took off real fast. This black cow just jumped out of the bar ditch and ran up on the road where I smacked her. I hit her right in the neck.
The next thing I knew, I'm picking up my motorcycle. I stood it up and I'm holding on to the handle bars and there's no cow. And it's really dark then. All the sudden I see these pickup lights coming down the road a hundred miles and hour, and then it just skids right up to where I'm at,” Tixier said.
“It was my sister there in the pickup. She started screaming when she saw me. She goes, 'Where did you come from? What's going on?' I said, 'I was standing right there. I thought you saw me.' She goes, 'No, no, no. I saw a big bright light coming at me and I slammed on the brakes.'
He asked her what time it was. “It's after midnight,” she said. “Where have you been?”
“And right there at that moment it just flashed where I had been,” he said. “I could see the inside of a spaceship, and looking out the windows, I knew exactly where we were in that spaceship. It was like five miles from where I was at. We were on the creek in that spaceship, and when she asked me that, I just photo-flashed back to where I could see inside that spaceship and I remember seeing all the gauges and stuff. It was a small space craft.”
To this day, his sister can verify his story, he said. “She didn't know where I came from and she didn't know where that light came from. It was like I was in that light, motorcycle and all. The cow probably was too, I don't know. I just saw it impact, I knew it was a cow, I smacked it and that was the end of it,” he said.
Overnight, a dyslexic Tixier suddenly discovered he had new talents. “Mechanical stuff is second nature to me. I can just look at anything and I know how it works. I don't have to read the instructions on complex machinery and stuff, I can just put them together. Everything has its own vibration with the world and I know how to take things apart using that,” he said.
And it is his affinity with metal that has given him insight into metal fragments from the crash site and how a spaceship might be put together. “They're all baffled why this metal has microscopic pieces of silica in it. If you melt aluminum all of the silica would boil out and you couldn't get it into the aluminum,” he said. But it wouldn't be a problem if the metal were vaporized and the space craft put together in a room built in outer space in zero gravity.
“You've got five or six holograms that have the blueprints. They're hologrammed into this room, and there's your spaceship – you can see it. Then you interject the vaporized materials – titanium, mercury, lead, everything that you need – and it goes to the designated areas that it's supposed to and solidifies itself there.
That's where you add in the silica and all these other things that you cannot put into metal. You pour in all your metal lines, your fuel lines, your communication lines, your wiring, your printed circuits. Everything is vaporized and put in there,” he said.
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