It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's a UFO aka 'Advanced Aerial Threat!'
A friend of mine recently said, “Aliens are about the least controversial topic these days,” which I laughed at—at first. Then I wondered if he was right.
I started to do some digging and discovered that extraterrestrials, aliens and UFOs have become a widely accepted mainstream topic now. This is, in part, because To the Stars Academy has clearly launched a high-powered, national public relations campaign to help normalize the topic, a fact that is evident by an explosion of recent media stories in numerous outlets from TIME magazine, Fortune, Fox News and The Washington Post to The Asbury Park Press and The Toledo Blade. A quick search of “to the stars academy” on Google News will show you what I mean.
The main debate about aliens now seems to be whether they are benevolent or a threat—not whether they exist. Some people, like Dr. Steven Greer, argue aliens are harmless, advanced, benevolent beings who can offer us technologically superior solutions to all modern problems (e.g. free energy and pollution-free, instantaneous global transportation). Others, like the late Stephen Hawking, repeatedly warn about the dangers of humankind meeting alien civilizations. In his 2010 documentary series Into the Universe with Stephen Hawking, he suggested alien civilizations that are sufficiently advanced to visit Earth could be hostile.
The thing no one seems to debate, including Dr. Greer and To the Stars Academy, is whether the U.S. government and other world governments (almost certainly in concert) are hiding information from us. This is a given: Yes, they know more than they’re telling us, everyone agrees.
The only remaining questions are which parties are in bed with the three-letter agencies and what they are hiding from us. Dr. Greer argues in this Carol Rosin Show that government organizations thwarted his team’s research on the “Atacama Humanoid” by forcing Dr. Garry P. Nolan, now a Genetics Technologies Consultant for To the Stars Academy, to sweep evidence from their Atacama Humanoid research findings under the proverbial rug. (It is no secret that To the Stars Academy is unapologetically in bed with the three-letter government agencies, as is overwhelmingly evident from President and CEO Tom DeLonge’s interview with Joe Rogan.)
Dr. Greer told Ms. Rosin that after he handed over the research findings on the “Atacama Humanoid” to Dr. Garry P. Nolan, a world-leading expert in microbiology and immunology, Dr. Nolan ultimately wrote off the specimen as anything otherworldly in a paper published in an accredited scientific journal. Although Dr. Nolan had enthusiastically wanted to join the research team due to his self-proclaimed personal encounters with aliens, Dr. Greer said, he later kowtowed under the pressure and/or threats from spooks and other three-letter agencies. The result? The mainstream media then dismissed the evidence of other lifeforms that the Atacama Humanoid could have been and agreed, via consensus, that the “case was closed”—a point with which Dr. Greer vehemently disagrees.
In his interview on the Joe Rogan Experience, the former Blink-182 rockstar-turned-CEO openly admits the world governments are withholding information from civilians and also that they are working together, in secret, to address threats posed by “Advanced Aerial Threats”—which he says is the new term for UFOs. Mr. DeLonge tells Mr. Rogan he has convinced these world governments to take the “middle way” when it comes to sharing information with the public. Since it would be too overwhelming to share everything they know all at once (and yet it’s also wrong to withhold everything from us), they should instead reveal the secret information in stages, DeLonge said, through entertainment and media channels.
Although Mr. Rogan’s antipathy for the rockstar’s sympathy towards the subject matter at hand take up the perfect opposing polarities to push listeners into apathy (and thereby aloofness or evasion of the topic), it is difficult to dismiss Mr. DeLonge as utterly insane, given the high-powered company he keeps. Mouthy Buddha argues in this video that the CIA is simply using DeLonge as the mouthpiece of a misinformation campaign, given how gullible, enthusiastic and charismatic he is, and since he seems to lack advanced critical thinking skills.
But what Mr. Rogan seems to have missed, due to his dismissive antipathy of the gullible rockstar who “lost his mind,” is the alarming disconnect between what To the Stars Academy purports its mission is and the expertise its world-leading advisors possess. The organization claims in this presentation that it is building a “perpetual funding machine” and “an exotic craft with an energy source that can revolutionize the world,” which will help the organization “push humanity over an invisible boundary that seems to confine us and force us to make the same mistakes over and over again.”
If this is true, why do they need an intelligence community expert consultant on IC programs for countering weapons of mass destruction? Why do they need a career intelligence officer with an academic background in Microbiology, Immunology and Parasitology, with research experience in tropical diseases? Or a genetics expert who is a professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University School of Medicine? Or a professor of Military and Emergency Medicine at the Uniformed Services University? Or a biochemistry Ph.D. with a twenty-eight-year research career in cell and molecular biology, who is currently working in senior management in the aerospace sector? And, if that’s not weird enough, the team also includes a lawyer/scientist with biomedical academic and research experience as well as a consultant on national security for the U.S. Government, with a focus on preventing the use of biological weapons of mass destruction/disruption. (This is all pulled from the team bios posted on the website. Also, a comprehensive look at To the Stars Academy is available in this post on Before It's News, which is an interesting read.)
Are they really building a time travel machine that benefits humanity or a biological weapon of mass destruction that will craftily be sold as a solution to Advanced Aerial Threats and their alien diseases? The latter does sound like a “perpetual funding machine," but not one that would help advance humanity.
Perhaps Mouthy Buddha is right: Mr. DeLonge is being used as a soft, lovable face for a much more sinister mission—and he doesn’t even know it. Does this mean he’s lost his mind or only that we need to keep ours intact?
Maybe the threat is closer to home than we want to believe, and the “Look over here! Aliens! Outer space! Technology to save the masses!” messaging is just a red herring that we either dismiss like Mr. Rogan, chase like Dr. Greer or ignore. It’s all the same to them: They win either way.
If wise men have discovered anything over time, it is that the source of all good is not men nor the technologies they develop. History has shown us how governments, organizations and power structures repeatedly create problems, fears and desires so they can provide the solutions to them, ensuring we remain reliant on their “help.” To have faith that aliens from another planet can provide the answers to all of our problems, as Dr. Greer suggests, would simply set mankind up to become reliant on other lifeforms instead. How is that better? And why should we trust these aliens would not simply enslave us again, only to use us in the same way our governments and power structures have? Isn’t this the definition of insanity?
This is the hour to look for answers within and ask heaven for help—not call upon interplanetary interlopers who might take advantage of us while appearing to help or, on the flip side, rely on yet another group of flawed humans to save planet Earth.
Call him crazy, if you will, but DeLonge has one point exactly right: “We need help to push humanity over an invisible boundary that seems to confine us and force us to make the same mistakes over and over again.”
Like us, he just seems to be looking at where they are pointing (or ignoring it altogether) and missing the divine target as a result.
Since we give power and credibility to whatever we focus on, it is ultimately up to us to decide what perspective, story and outcome we want to elevate and validate. Personally, I am still TRYING to focus on divine-driven harmony and unity, in order to break the monstrous plots which the sinister strategies have launched upon mankind.
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