In a recent interview with Coast to Coast AM host George Knapp, rocker and UFO researcher Tom Delonge defended himself against claims from the more skeptical and faithful UFO community that he is profiting from flying saucers, versus disclosing the truth about them. Delonge had been teasing an exciting announcement related to UFO and alien disclosure for quite some time now, however when Wikileaks emails revealed a "secret plan" between Delonge and government official John Podesta to win over the American youth through this disclosure, Delonge seemed to do some backpedaling, turning the social media conversation over to almost pure music and entertainment.
However, in his most recent May 22nd interview, Delonge stated that he is still planning to move forward with his UFO research, and was actually surprised by the lack of "fallout" from the Wikileaks emails. The full news report suggests that Tom Delonge may continue a program of "gradual disclosure." Officially, Delonge expects his announcement to drop this summer. Alongside this continued UFO research, he will also be recording a music album.
The famous UFO researchers of years past and present are dedicated to their work, and have received criticism for their research. As well, they have always delivered exciting intelligence from government insiders. Delonge, so far, has not offered up anything unique or new to ufology, appears to have an equal focus on his music and entertainment career, and has proven to be in collusion with government to bring disclosure to the people in a gradual and fairly agenda-driven manner. However, many of Delonge's fans remain loyal and steadfast, and will no doubt anticipate any upcoming research Delonge shares. What do you think about Tom Delonge and his UFO research? Can it be trusted? And will Tom Delonge play a role in "partial disclosure?" Share your theories in the comments below or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
At about the 30-minute mark of one of Joe Rogan's more universally-loved recent podcasts, guest Steve-O (star of Jackass) shares his sincere belief that drug use can induce hallucinations that give insight into other dimensions. While Steve-O used the technical medical term of "tactical hallucinations" to describe his otherworldly experiences, he also told Joe Rogan that he believed that "our little 3-dimensional experience is a very small part of what's going on in the universe... there's dimensions, all frequencies, everything... if you do enough drugs, the barriers between these different compartments get eroded somehow." He explained how during his years of heavy drug use (he is now sober), he heard voices, and believes they may have been "spirits talking" to him. Check out the full interview below, or scroll to the 30-minute mark to catch this amazing celebrity ghost story:
What do you think of Steve-O's thoughtful and increasingly popular opinion that humans experience a very l limited reality, but may be able to find ways to interact with other dimensions, and possibly even the other side? Steve-O's point of view is not out of line. Consider the CIA's top-secret investment into the study of psychic phenomenon, the many well-documented cases of real psychics aiding police investigations, and far-out but nevertheless mainstream scientific theories like String Theory!
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The Phoenix Lights Incident from 1997 is one of the most well-documented and un-debunkable UFO cases on record. And we are just now learning that one of the original 20,000+ witnesses to the event was none other than Hollywood actor Kurt Russell, according to an interview he gave to the BBC late last month as part of a press tour for Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
In 1997, Kurt Russell was flying a private plane over Phoenix, Arizona, with his son Oliver, when both noticed "6 lights in absolute uniform, V shape" formation. Russell reported the lights to officials, but he and his son then quickly forgot about the incident. That was until his wife, fellow actress Goldie Hawn, was watching a UFO special on TV about the Phoenix Lights incident. As fascinating as the UFO sighting was to Russell, what was more fascinating to him was that the event "just went literally out" of his head. As he watched the UFO television special, he said he felt like "Richard Dreyfuss from Close Encounters of the Third Kind," as he couldn't first figure out why he was so familiar with it.
There are many parts to this celebrity sighting that are worth analyzing. Primarily, Kurt Russell was fascinated by the fact that the UFO encounter did not stay in his memory. Those who encounter UFOs often report missing time, dream-like or forgotten memories, and other strange psychological effects. Could the Phoenix Lights incident have triggered a similar type of amnesia in its witnesses?
As well, it is an interesting time for Russell to suddenly be bringing this revelation to the public. Right now, many in the UFO community believe that the American public is about to receive a form of soft UFO and ET disclosure. Could Kurt Russel's interview be part of this soft disclosure? Curiously enough, a "found footage" fiction film called "Phoenix Forgotten," based on the real Phoenix Lights incident, debuted at South by Southwest Film festival this year, and has been generating lots of buzz online.
A few days ago, NASA announced the results of an exciting paper published by Space Science Review, which suggests (if not, proves) that there is a protective layer around the Earth, protecting it from dangerous radiation. According to NASA, this layer was remarkably and accidentally created by mankind, as it appears to be generated by "very low frequency" radio frequency and wavelengths (or VLF signals) via "ground stations at huge powers to communicate with submarines deep in the ocean."
YouTube Description: Humans have long been shaping Earth's landscape, but now scientists know we can shape our near-space environment as well. A certain type of communications -- very low frequency, or VLF, radio communications -- have been found to interact with particles in space, affecting how and where they move. At times, these interactions can create a barrier around Earth against natural high energy particle radiation in space. These results, part of a comprehensive paper on human-induced space weather, were recently published in Space Science Reviews."
Conspiracy theorists will no doubt find this news interesting. It seems strange that NASA would discover something like this only just recently, and one can already image the headlines that this may spawn across the web.... Giorgio Tsoukalous might say aliens helped build the shield, while others may focus on the Van Allen belts, where the probe was located that made this discovery, as the belts' brutal conditions are often at the center of moon conspiracy theories. Many moon hoax theorists claim that NASA could not have sent a man to the moon due to the dangerous Van Allen belts. However, considering this new discovery, could this change the story of how we truly were able to navigate the Van Allen belts? After all, it's possible VLF signals were around before the moon landing, according to Wikipedia, which cites an invention of an underwater submarine telephone dating to 1945.
Tom Delonge, former Blink 182 guitarist and current "UFO Researcher of the Year" (according to Open Minds TV), has been teasing a big announcement for a while now, and so far has yet to deliver on it, leaving many to wonder what he's really been up to...
Wikileaks revealed that back in February 2016, Delonge was corresponding with Hillary Clinton's campaign manager and well-known UFO Disclosure advocate John Podesta about a "secret plan" to win over the American youth via disclosing the truth about UFOs and aliens to the public. Alongside these private communications, Delonge publicly teased a UFO documentary he was producing, which would feature top government insiders as well as people like Podesta. Less than a year later, however, Hillary Clinton lost her run for office, and it seems like Tom Delonge's UFO project may have lost some steam as well.
So, let's check in, shall we? What has Delonge has been up to over the past few months? Here's what I discovered on his Twitter and Instagram profiles:
5. Posting Pictures of Himself on Instagram
Instagram selfies are a way of life for celebrities, and a former teen idol who still manages to have a teenage fan base should be no exception. But, come on, Tom, can't you at least post one UFO-related selfie every once in a while?
4. Making Light of the UFO Phenomenon
Whether in his fiction UFO book series or "funny" Instagram posts, Tom Delonge seems to do more fantasizing about aliens than investigating, these days. How could someone who believes that the US military has alien enemies, perhaps living underground, only post such lighthearted material about the subject?
3. Selling T-Shirts... And Lots of Other Stuff, Too
Delonge has claimed many sources of revenue since leaving Blink 182, from his To the Stars apparel company to his book series. And he does a good job at marketing this large lineup of UFO, alien, and space-related clothes, music, and fiction on his social media accounts.
Hey, tweeting never hurt anyone. And re-tweeting a tweet about poo certainly never hurt anyone, either! That said, Delonge's Twitter account isn't doing much to advance UFO Disclosure of late. After scanning through tweet after tweet of his, I found a lot of socializing and self-promotion, but not a ton of UFO investigating or truth telling.
1. Collaborating with NASA
On April 25th of this year, Delonge announced that he was working on a space exploration documentary with Fusion TV, "in collaboration with NASA." Might Delonge help NASA lead the way to a colony on Mars, just as he was planning to help lead the youth via UFO Disclosure?
As always, you be the judge! Do you think Tom Delonge has some exciting UFO news in store for us? Or is he just leading fans on? Share your thoughts in the comments below, or join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!