by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News:
That may sound like a misguided question. But let’s look at Tom DeLonge’s company, currently acting as a conduit for new UFO revelations.
One of his lead collaborators is Luis Elizondo, who was the Pentagon chief of a secret program (2007-2012) to study and explore UFO activity. Elizondo is now the point man for media, explaining the breaking news about a 2004 US military sighting of a UFO, and subsequent failed attempts to analyze materials from UFOs. He’s also hinting that alien UFOs are a potential threat to our safety, a threat we can’t ignore.
Every major press outlet in the world, starting with the NY Times, is covering this story.
Who are the players on De Longe’s team? Buckle up. The following quotes are from the Academy’s site:
Jim Semivan—“Mr. Semivan retired from the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations after 25 years as an operations officer, both overseas and domestically.”
Hal Puthoff—“Dr. Puthoff’s professional background spans more than five decades of research at General Electric, Sperry, the National Security Agency (NSA), Stanford University and SRI International. Dr. Puthoff regularly advises NASA, the Department of Defense and intelligence communities…”
Luis Elizondo—“Luis Elizondo is a career intelligence officer whose experience includes working with the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense, the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Director of National Intelligence. As a former Special Agent In-Charge, Luis conducted and supervised highly sensitive espionage and terrorism investigations around the world. As an intelligence Case Officer, he ran clandestine source operations throughout Latin America and the Middle East.”
Chris Mellon—“He served 20 years in the federal government, including as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush Administrations.”
Paul Rapp—“His past honors include a Certificate of Commendation from the Central Intelligence Agency for ‘significant contributions to the mission of the Office of Research and Development’.” (Note: This office, ORD, was where the CIA’s MKULTRA mind control program secretly landed, in 1962, after it purportedly ended.)
Norm Kahn—“Dr. Kahn had over a 30-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency…”
Getting the picture?
That’s quite a roll call of military and intelligence insiders. Did DeLonge recruit them, or did they covertly recruit him, viewing him as a sincere, but rather clueless front man they could use for their own purposes?
But let’s go one layer deeper with a few of these names on Tom DeLonge’s team at the To the Stars Academy.
Dr. Norm Kahn’s career with the CIA “culminat[ed] in his development and direction of the Intelligence Community’s Counter-Biological Weapons Program.”
Dr. Rapp “is a Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University.”
Dr. Garry Nolan, another Academy advisor, “is the Rachford and Carlota A. Harris Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University School of Medicine…He holds a B.S. in genetics from Cornell University, a Ph.D. in genetics from Stanford University.”
Luis Elizondo’s “academic background includes Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology, with research experience in tropical diseases.”
And finally, another Academy team member, Dr. Adele Gilpin, “is a scientist with biomedical academic and research experience as well as an active, licensed, attorney.”
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by Jon Rappoport, No More Fake News:
You’re walking through a sea of misinformation, disinformation, lies, speculation, goofball theories—and suddenly, the wise men behind the curtain decide to reach out and hand you unvarnished facts that blow your mind. What’s going on?
We have an entirely new gambit in the UFO disclosure game.
From loudwire.com (Dec.21): “[Musician Tom] DeLonge is currently working with former Pentagon official Luis Elizondo at To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, which was founded by the ex-Blink guitarist.” This is a new UFO research and merchandising outfit.
DeLonge has taken it upon himself to expose the truth about UFOs. His new partner, Luis Elizondo, used to work for the Pentagon—and, boom, the mainstream press is suddenly telling us that Elizondo headed up a super-secret, $22 million a year Dept. of Defense UFO research group, from 2007 to 2012, the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program (AATIP).
According to the NY Times and The Independent, the program had, and still has, metal pieces from a UFO(s), has been studying the pieces, and doesn’t knew what they’re made of.
The press has also just released a 2004 Dept. of Defense jackpot video purporting to show a US fighter jet off the coast of San Diego encountering a UFO, which hovers in place, wiggles, dances around, and suddenly zooms away at a shocking velocity.
The Independent: “Commander David Fravor and Lieutenant Commander Jim Slaight were on a routine training mission 100 miles out into the Pacific when they were asked to investigate the object.”
“Commander Fravor told The New York Times the object was about 40ft long, had no plumes, wings or rotors, and outpaced their F-18s. It was big enough to churn the sea 50ft below it, he said.”
My, my. All these revelations, all of a sudden. Bingo, bango, bongo.
Years of, “We don’t have any information, we don’t have any comment on the subject,” and then, out of the blue, “Yes we do and here it is.”
Let all the WHY NOW? speculations begin.
I would point out that, if this is a test to gauge public reaction to: THERE IS LIFE ELSEWHERE IN THE UNIVERSE AND A FEW OF THEM SHOWED UP HERE—the result of the test appears to be, so far: “Are we having the beef stew again tonight?”
This is interesting. People aren’t crowding into the streets and going wild. There are no parades. Presidents of countries aren’t holding major press conferences. I did read a piece about Trump drinking water again and possibly having trouble sipping it.
HELLO? WE AREN’T ALONE IN THE COSMOS.
“That’s nice. Is this Blue Bloods a repeat? I think I saw it a few months ago.”
Another tidbit on the secret Pentagon program: it was brought into being by Nevada Senator Harry Reid. He and a couple of his senate pals managed to divert a little chunk of black budget Pentagon money to set it up. (More yawns from the public.)
Understand: In the press stories of the past few days, there are no leaks. The Pentagon is the source. They’re admitting it. They’re pushing the story. They’re permitting a pilot, who no doubt has been bound by non-disclosure agreements, to go public and talk to mainstream media.
As with all planned releases of this magnitude, there are always “after-analyses.” It’s standard. How did the public respond? What % of the press and the public appear to have bought the story? Are there serious doubters? Who are they? What are they saying?
In this case, the report might read: “Very few people seem to care.”
This in itself is informative. People are on overload. They’re in a trance state below the level where a claimed revelation about Life in the Universe stirs them from their basic hypnotic state. Also, alternatively, many people are so cynical they don’t believe what the government is telling them.
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from Face Like The Sun:
Alleged space X launch made it look like it was the end of the world. When the second pulsating light turned bright red and started to fall to the earth, it did make me a bit uncomfortable…like “was that a nuke or something?”
by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
Just to set the record straight in case you were in any doubt, yes, I am one of those who thinks there’s something mighty suspicious about all the fires happening in California. I suspect that I am not alone in this, for there were numerous people posting strange videos and pictures of the fire damage from the recent fires in northern California, videos and pictures which were, well, just plain anomalous: trees and shrubbery left undamaged and unburned right next to buildings and houses that were burned to the ground. Speculations have abounded as to the mechanism for creating such strange fires, ranging from the chemical aerial spraying depositing highly flammable particulate matter on the buildings (but not on the trees and shrubbery?) to exotic forms of energy weaponry, lasers… you name it. So far as I am aware, such strange anomalies haven’t appeared in the recent fires in southern California (or, to put it differently, no one there has yet made me aware of any), but there are other strange things about it that nonetheless raise my suspicion meter into at least the orange zone, for example, Mr. Rupert Murdoch’s home being damaged by fire. Then, suddenly, we hear that Disney wants to buy Fox for a cozy $66 billion.
All that forms the context for this article(found and shared by Mr. B.H. and Mr. S.H.), which, taken by itself, might not be anything else than ordinary. within this context of strange fires and anomalous damage, it does raise my suspicion meter into that orange-red zone:
And here’s the original 2009 article(courtesy, again, of Mr. B.H.):
In the 2009 article we read this:
Pacific Gas and Electric Company, which serves San Francisco and northern California, has agreed to buy electricity from a startup company claiming to have found a way to unlock the potential power supply in space.
The initial plan is for the firm Solaren Corp to provide some 200MW of electricity. Solaren, which is based in Manhattan Beach, California, says it will launch a satellite with an array of solar panels around 22,000 miles above the earth’s equator using existing rocket technology, and then convert the power generated into radio-frequency transmissions. The radio waves would be beamed back down to antennae in Fresno, California and then converted into electricity and fed into the regular power grid, PG&E said.
The company had been in discussion with PG&E for 18 months before the company announced this week that it had agreed to buy 200 megawatts of electricity from Solaren starting in 2016. The deal has yet to be approved by California state government regulators and PG&E has not put any money into Solaren, but the promise alone has turned the notion of space based solar power from fantasy to reality.
Starting in 2016? … hmmm… Well… regulators or no regulators, why wait?
As both articles point out, such plans have been around since the 1960s and 1970s. In fact, as I have pointed out in one of my books, the Pentagon came up with such a plan in the 1960s to harness solar power and beam power down to the Earth in the form of microwaves, which would then be converted into safe, clean, carbonless electricity.
However, there was, as I pointed out, a slight flaw, for the collection antennae needed to collect the microwaves on the ground would essentially fry an area of about 140 square miles, denuding it of all life. Now, of course, putting solar panels in space is a far cry from putting a big mirror up there… so, where’s the high octane speculation here?
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from ENE News:
CNN, Dec 18, 2017 (emphasis added): A former Pentagon official who led a recently revealed government program to research potential UFOs said Monday evening that he believes there is evidence of alien life reaching Earth. “My personal belief is that there is very compelling evidence that we may not be alone,” Luis Elizondo said… “We found a lot,” Elizondo said. The former Pentagon official said they… were “seemingly defying the laws of aerodynamics… maneuvering in ways that include extreme maneuverability beyond, I would submit, the healthy G-forces of a human or anything biological”…
New York Times, Dec 16, 2017: By 2009, [Sen. Harry] Reid decided that the program had made such extraordinary discoveries that he argued for heightened security… A 2009 Pentagon briefing summary of the program prepared by its director at the time asserted that “what was considered science fiction is now science fact,” and that the United States was incapable of defending itself against some of the technologies discovered…
The Independent, Dec 19, 2017: US government recovered materials from unidentified flying object it ‘does not recognise’ … Materials, which are alleged to have “amazing properties”, are being stored in modified buildings in Las Vegas, the New York Times reports… “They have some material from these objects that is being studied, so that scientists can try to figure out what accounts for their amazing properties,” Ralf Blumenthal, one of the authors of the New York Times report, told MSNBC. Mr Blumenthal said the DoD “do not know” what the materials are made of. “It’s some sort of compound they do not recognise,” he added…
Politico, Dec 16, 2017: The sightings, [Luis Elizondo (official in charge of the Pentagon’s program)] told POLITICO, were often reported in the vicinity of nuclear facilities, either ships at sea or power plants. “We had never seen anything like it.”.
KLAS, Jul 7, 2016: A group of more than 150 military veterans, missile officers, and security personnel, including many who worked at the Nevada Test Site, say they’ve seen mystery intruders over nuclear facilities… The I-Team’s own Freedom of Information Act request filed in 1992 produced a thick stack of documents from the Department of Energy, indicating UFO incidents over every major atomic weapons facility…
Documentary – UFOs and Nukes (IMDb), 2016: (at 3:30 in) Declassified US government documents reveal that as early as December 1948 incursions by mysterious aerial objects later referred to as UFOs began to occur at American nuclear laboratories… (at 13:00 in) According to military intelligence officers, a worrisome pattern had begun to emerge. On July 1, 1952, Look Magazine featured an article “Hunt for the flying saucer” about the air force’s new UFO investigations group Project Blue Book and noted that its director first lieutenant Edward Ruppelt had plotted 63 unexplained sightings on a map of the United States. At that point it was discovered that a quote “ominous correlation” existed between some of the sightings and the location of various atomic weapons installations.
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from Sputnik News:
Just imagine spotting a 40-foot-long oval object with no wings or plume, which looks more like a flying “tic-tac”? What would you think of it given you are a perfectly informed fighter pilot on a mission? A scene from “The Arrival”? Perhaps not.
Cdr. David Fravor of Windham, New Hampshire, told the Herald yesterday of his mysterious encounter back in 2004. Over a decade has passed since he, a former Navy fighter pilot, accidentally caught sight of a suspected UFO, which he strongly doubted had been developed by us Earthlings.
On the clear day of November 14, 2004, Fravor’s squadron was diverted from their training mission to examine a bizarre craft, which a US navy cruiser had previously reported to be 80,000 feet above Earth and then abruptly dropping to 20,000 feet. Fravor cut his F-18 across to come closer to the object, which he claimed outright was not an airplane.
A Navy pilot recalls his encounter with an unidentified flying obect: “I have no idea what I saw,” Commander David Fravor said. “It had no plumes, wings or rotors and outran our F-18s.” But, he added, “I want to fly one.” https://t.co/cPfqYZ6IDH pic.twitter.com/XsBHwXWeww
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) December 17, 2017
Hardly had he approached the “tic-tac,” when it advanced forward at a phenomenal speed, leaving the squadron at a loss of words.
“Then all of a sudden, it just accelerates and — poof! — it’s gone,” Fravor recalled, adding that the otherworldly ship even froze their radar, incapable of recording such startling speeds. “It accelerated beyond any airplane we have. I’ve seen just about everything and there’s nothing I know of that we were making at that time that has that kind of performance.”
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