Tom DeLonge knows the truth is out there.
And after leaving pop punk band Blink-182 to focus on exploring unexplained phenomena full-time, DeLonge is ready to share that truth — that aliens exist, that UFOs aren’t actually “unidentified” and that extraterrestrial technology could save humanity — with the rest of the world.
As the founder of To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science, DeLonge is working with former high-ranking officials from the Department of Defense, CIA, NSA and Lockheed Martin’s “Skunk Works” aerospace program.
One of DeLonge’s partners is Luis Elizondo, who ran the Pentagon’s top-secret UFO investigation program that the New York Times revealed in a bombshell report Saturday.
According to DeLonge, disclosures like Saturday’s report are “only the tip of the spear,” and further “confirmation” of extraterrestrial life will continue to trickle out.
DeLonge claims the U.S. government has not only known about the existence of alien life for decades, but that they’ve also been actively experimenting with alien technologies.
And while this information has largely been hidden from the general public, DeLonge wants to lead what he believes will be an international – and perhaps, one day, intergalactic — conversation about how these soon-to-be-declassified technologies can benefit mankind.
“I know that it’s fun to make snarky comments, but this isn’t the kind of thing to joke about,” DeLonge told the Daily News earlier this month. “This is going to really affect a lot of people and a lot of peoples’ belief systems.”
The organization has three divisions — aerospace, science and entertainment — and will attempt to “bring transformative science and engineering out of the shadows” free from “the restrictions of government priorities.”
DeLonge wants To the Stars to be owned by the public, which is why the company is relying on crowdfunding to launch. So far, To the Stars has raised over $ 2.1 million from more than 2,200 individual investors.
“What we’re trying to do is make sure the story of the millennia and the technology of the millennia are owned by the people from day one,” Delonge said. “Part of our strategy has always been to throw it all out in the open so people can’t come and try to shut it down from some weird office at NATO or the United Nations or the United States or whatever.”
DeLonge hopes that To the Stars will use previously classified information about alien technologies to achieve breakthroughs that government agencies like NASA have been uninterested in exploring.
One such innovation is what DeLonge refers to as “engineering the space-time metric,” which is being developed by Dr. Hal Puthoff, a longtime government physicist and a current To the Stars partner.
“It’s like a time machine,” DeLonge said. “You get into this craft and you turn it on — boom! — you’re in China in one minute as a ball of light.”
Other To the Stars projects will seek to revolutionize human space travel, combat climate change, improve national security, enhance genetics, harness telepathy and more.
“All the things (people have) heard about and seen are the first step of 20,” DeLonge said. “There’s a lot more s–t coming.”
More info about To the Stars Academy and the Offering Circular can be found here.
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