The Truth is Out There…or is It?

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  • Chris Mellon: FMR Deputy Asst Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
  • Jim Semivan: FMR Sr. Intelligence Service, CIA’s Directorate of Operations
  • Dr. Hal Puthoff: Director of DOD/CIA/DIA Scientific Research Programs
  • Steve Justice: FMR Advanced Systems Director for Lockheed Martin’s “Skunk Works”
  • Luis Elizondo: FMR Director of Programs to Investigate Unidentified Aerial Threats, USG

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Editor’s Note: I have no idea how to evaluate this. What do you guys think?

  • Aerospike

    What the …?

  • Gouldness

    Towards the end I thought it mighta been a fancy “scientology” type of pitch. For unification? I guess everything could be a religion if you try hard enough. Can’t see how logical people are already “investing” in this, without enough information. It’s deff threading that grey line. We’ll see.

  • ThomasLMatula

    Interesting idea.

  • mike_shupp

    Looking at biographies of the people involved, I find …

    Tom DeLonge is the co-founder, President and interim CEO of To The Stars
    Academy of the Arts and Science. As President of the company’s
    subsidiary, To The Stars Inc., since 2015, he was primarily engaged
    within the entertainment sector. His career spans over two decades,
    selling over 25 million records worldwide with the bands he co-founded,
    Blink182 and Angels & Airwaves. Prior to forming the TTS Academy,
    Mr. DeLonge co-founded Really Likeable People, Inc. (“RLP”), the parent
    company of international consumer lifestyle brands including Atticus
    Clothing and Macbeth Footwear, and the technology monetization platform,
    Modlife. Mr. DeLonge has taken his award-winning creative content that
    spans music, books, and film and built To The Stars Inc. as a vertically
    integrated entertainment business that develops, produces and
    distributes multi-media and merchandise world-wide.

    So basically I see this as some unemployed Obama-era spooks looking for work.

  • ThomasLMatula

    OK, if he is involved it’s about UFO’s. He is a regular on the UFO conspiracy circuit and believes aliens run the world. Which means his sidekick Mr. Podesta is somewhere around (those hacked emails actually were very interesting…)

    Just Google DeLonge Podesta UFO and enjoy. It’s better than most science fiction is these days 🙂

    Unless of course the alien do and this is there way of coming out of hiding to declare they are our overlords 🙂

  • Tom Billings

    The closer you get to Hollywood, and the entertainment industry, it seems the more willing you are to “suspend disbelief” in a rant saying the ordinary world isn’t really ordinary. This is an example of that sort of thinking, produced by the same sort of mental habits that could declare “Harvey Weinstein, who gave me my last gig, is a swell guy” and do it for the last 30 years, while knowing he was a serial sex abuse case in profile. Basically, if the world isn’t the way you want it to be, then make up/”research” up/ a world that makes it all right.

    Not at all believable.

  • duheagle

    The tipoff to me was the presence of Dr Harold Puthoff’s name on the list. This guy has been a professional UFO wowzer for four or five decades. The key to the whole thing is to always speak with evident sincerity, like the way the late George Adamski used to write his books. As they say in showbiz, “It’s all about sincerity. If you can fake that, you’ve got it made.”

  • Dave Salt

    Doug, if you’re seriously tempted to believe there’s something behind this, may I suggest you forget Blink-182 and take a look at the ‘evidence’ presented by Travis back in 2001…

    The truth is certainly out there but I doubt the guys from ‘ToTheStarsAcademy’ have a clue as to where to look for it, though I’m sure they’ll have no problem spending other people’s money trying to find it.

    So maybe they’re just following the philosophy of William Claude Dukenfield, one of my favourite philosophers, who said “it is morally wrong to allow a sucker to keep his money” (i.e. anyone gullible enough to give you their money for no good reason should be encouraged 🙂

  • publiusr

    At least Hoaxland kept pushing for a return to Mars.

    If it were me–I’d tell Congress “Hey–one percent for space and we’ll find out together.”