Famous rocker and UFO researcher Tom Delonge (formerly of the band Blink 182) was a recent guest on the Joe Rogan Experience, and so far the YouTube video has received over 300,000 views. During the interview, Delonge paints a familiar picture of negative, threatening aliens (replacing the term "UFO" with "unidentified aerial threat"), and a heroic, secret government investigating them, boasting quite a bit about all the information he has figured out by himself, and also received from insiders. However, he wouldn't go into any specific evidence or sources that led him to the conclusions he has, spawning many mocking comments online:
Did you enjoy the Joe Rogan Tom Delonge interview? Do you think ET Disclosure is fast approaching and that Tom Delonge could play an important role in it? Many people are big fans of Delonge's search for truth, while others are skeptical about it. No matter what his intentions are, he definitely did not quench any fears of an alien invasion in America. Share your thoughts on that and more in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
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In a live stream earlier today, popular rock musician and UFO researcher Tom Delonge announced the launch of To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science, a public research organization led by experts in science, aerospace, and the government, dedicated to exploring the unknown, including telepathy and "unidentified aerial phenomena." He also asked the public to invest in the effort and purchase shares. Prior to this latest announcement, Tom Delonge teased announcements relating to UFO Disclosure, including a film project. However, nothing ever came to fruition, most likely due to the release of the Wikileaks emails, which revealed that Delonge had been discussing UFOs with members of the DNC and even shared a "secret plan" with John Podesta to make the government seem more appealing to the youth.
Last year, Delonge clearly stated that the government was aware of unidentified flying objects and aliens and had been investigating them secretly for decades, and that they didn't believe all aliens to be friendly, or necessarily all coming from outer space (he suggested they could be underground and/or inter-dimensional). So, it seems counter-intuitive that he would launch an organization like To the Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences to research these topics, as if there isn't already wide research available to him and others on the inside.
Many in the UFO community believe that disclosure about the alien life visiting planet Earth is coming soon and people like Tom Delonge will do their best to take control of the story line about it and portray the US government's long history of covering up UFOs as heroic versus deceitful.
So, will Tom Delonge's recent project advance the field of ufology and usher in a new wave of higher human consciousness and understanding about the universe? Or will it just make the Tom Delonge camp richer, and the truth seekers poorer? Share your theories on Tom Delonge and UFO Disclosure in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!
If you were hoping for Tom Delonge to announce a release date for his much-anticipated nonfiction UFO documentary, you might want to hold your breath. The only announcements we have been getting from the Delonge camp lately have been about his music and his fiction scifi empire. Instead of announcing a release date for a documentary revealing the truth about the UFOs and aliens, Delonge announced that he has hired actors and written the script for a fiction movie he will also be directing, called Strange Times.
Ahead of this news, Tom Delonge tweeted an eerie picture of a dead animal's bones with the caption "Scary things out there... - Stay tuned :)." The smiley face makes the tweet all the more confusing and hard to take seriously:
Delonge has been teasing very serious reveals about UFOs and aliens, however in 2017, he has done more joking and fantasizing about the topic than anything else. Can the UFO community take Delonge seriously anymore? It seems that he could actually be doing more harm than good to get the truth out right now, associating UFOs with fiction stories rather than real-life cases.
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After rocker and UFO researcher Tom Delonge had to delay his announcements related to his UFO disclosure project, he got a lot of heat from the UFO community, who accused him of profiteering from the phenomenon. Shortly after that, Delonge teased the announcement again on Twitter:
Alongside this, a leaked trailer for his upcoming UFO documentary was discussed in a forum thread on Reddit.com. Apparently the trailer had been leaked before, but as far as I know, it is new to most people!
Many different expert quotes on UFOs can be heard throughout the trailer, and I doubt many will be surprised by them. However, there are some things Tom Delonge has "found out" through his research that he does share in the video, so I wanted to capture:
While the trailer overall is interesting, there are a few aspects of it that may tick off some people. John Podesta, who was part of the infamous Wikileaks email chain in which Delonge and him discussed a 'secret plan' to manipulate America's youth, is featured heavily in the trailer. As well, there is a typo... at one point the words "Anit-Gravity" can be seen in bright red text!
That said... here are some photo highlights from the trailer, as well as the trailer itself:
What do you think of this leaked movie trailer? Will you see the Tom Delonge UFO documentary? Do you think we will find out the truth about aliens and UFOs soon? Share your thoughts in the comments below, or share your thoughts on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
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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!