Tom Delonge Posts Billy Meier Photo, Says Government Has "Been Doing Incredible Things In Relation to" UFOs
Six hours ago, Tom Delonge, former Blink 182 guitarist/singer and current UFO writer and activist, instagrammed a well-known and hotly-debated photo in the UFO community. The photo shows two flying saucers over a town and was used as evidence by Billy Meier, a man who famously claimed to be in contact with an alien race called "the Plejarans."
Delonge posted the following text along with the photograph: "We are getting very close to showing you all a piece of the documentary. Been working on this for a long time. This week I flew across the country and spent 12 hours with two scientists from CIA, and a very high-level person from the Defense Department. Our Country has been doing incredible things in relation to this topic. Every decision they made, as hard as it is to comprehend now, really was in our best interest. At first, your instinct is to be angry because you feel like you were lied to, left out of something important... But once you know the facts, you'll be proud of what our country did. Very proud. #SekretMachines"
Many of Meier's photographs have been debunked over the years, with even Meier admitting that the "Men in Black" were manipulating things. Delonge is implying that this Meier photograph is real, which also implies the Men In Black claim is also real.
Here are other similar photos that Meier shared over the years:
Delonge also paints the United States government as patriotic and heroic in its treatment of the UFO phenomenon. He seems to be preparing his fans for a world of UFO Disclosure, so that they are not so shocked and angry about the truth when they discover it.
Billy Meier is still alive and in fact he advocates a spiritual teaching based on his contact with the Plejarans, which he promotes through an organization called the Free Community of Interests for Fringe and Spiritual Sciences and Ufology, or FIGU.
"The Silent Revolution of Truth" Billy Meier Documentary (copyright Michael Horn/Jack Gerlach)
For Tom Delonge to associate himself with a photograph that has been largely debunked by UFO researchers is a risky move. It does not really help with his credibility.
Maybe he is simply trying to drum up controversy in order to sell more of his books and product catalog inspired by the UFO phenomenon. Or maybe he is just being played...?
Whatever the case, if you are interested in UFO Disclosure, be sure to check back for the latest news on it and also Tom Delonge. You can also follow Delonge on Twitter and Instagram to get updates in real-time!
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