Former Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge has said there’s “a lot more s--- coming” after his To the Stars Academy released declassified material relating to UFOs. The organization recently secured the services of ex-Pentagon expert Luis Elizondo, who’d previously headed up the U.S. government’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which was established to concentrate on UFOs.

DeLonge has argued for some time that the authorities have solid evidence that aliens exist, and he believes alien technology has been studied. He wants the world to know the truth, and that’s why the Academy is a crowdfunded venture, having accrued over $2.2 million since it was started.

“I know that it's fun to make snarky comments, but this isn't the kind of thing to joke about,” DeLonge told the New York Daily News. “This is going to really affect a lot of people and a lot of peoples' belief systems. 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."

“Part of our strategy," he continued, "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. ... All the things (people have) heard about and seen are the first step of 20. There's a lot more s--- coming.”

DeLonge also revealed that Academy colleague Dr. Hal Puthof was working on technology that could manipulate “the space-time metric,” using information that had previously been classified to explore a development direction in which government bodies had no interest. “It's like a time machine,” he said. “You get into this craft and you turn it on. Boom, you're in China in one minute as a ball of light.” The Daily News also reported that To the Stars was also aiming to “revolutionize human space travel, combat climate change, improve national security, enhance genetics, harness telepathy and more.”


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