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originally posted by: mirageman
Disney was approached to produce a film to acclimatise the population to the ET reality.
... Kimball challenged the Air Force liaison officer for the project – a colonel, who told him that "there was indeed plenty of UFO footage, but that neither [Kimball], nor anyone else was going to get access to it".
originally posted by: Sabrechucker
or the Aliens that have guided us for decades are tired of living in the shadows.
originally posted by: Willtell
We already know their scenario of “disclosure”. Many of us have written about this scenario and that the ONLY interesting thing about TTSA is the MSM response.
My opinion is one of skepticism that TTSA will go beyond the basics of what most already have known. TTSA is the point of this recycled information the above YouTube mentions. It is not something new but is filled with suggestive possibilities but little substance beyond what millions have already known. Its merely hyped-up a bit beyond the usual because of the MSM response to it.
So, are they starting over from the beginning and slowly going to disclose anything beyond the basic knowledge people have always had about ufos: that there are unidentified craft flying around our skies that have attributes far beyond our own technological ability?
That's old wine new bottles.
There's been an explosion of UFO lobbyists in DC—from Tom DeLonge to lawyers who demand that the president does a "Disclosure," in which he admits aliens live among us
“At no time do we or have we mentioned extraterrestrials. We are simply ensuring our government does not fall victim to ‘strategic surprise’ by the technology being displayed by [Unknown Aerial Phenomena],” Luis Elizondo, a former intelligence officer who was involved in the Pentagon’s UFO hunting Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, told Motherboard. “Whether it be from Russia, China, allies, or little green men. Our efforts focus on the national security and technology aspect; not ET.”
originally posted by: spiritualarchitect
"despite zero evidence to show for it"
In December 2017, the New York Times wrote about a de-funded secret Pentagon UFO program called AATIP, and revealed that several Navy pilots in 2004 and 2015 engaged in bizarre encounters with anomalous aerial objects off the coast of California and Florida. Eventually, three videos of “unidentified aerial phenomena” were released and have since been confirmed by the Navy as real.
…For years, Steven Bassett was Capitol Hill’s lone UFO lobbyist. He became a registered lobbyist in 1996 and set up an advocacy organization, the Paradigm Research Group (PRG)….
For those not fully immersed in Ufological culture, “Disclosure” is the total and final admission by the government that extraterrestrials are not only visiting Earth, but that there is a massive government cover-up to hide the truth from the public. The UFO community has even taken to Twitter to raise awareness of the Disclosure process for the 2020 election with the hashtag #askthequestion.
originally posted by: Willtell
This is the great mystery of TTSA. The scientist and government spooks are not into ETs, or aliens, just Delonge and maybe Levenda.
It was one of life’s game changers for both my wife and me. The experience was simultaneously frightening, perplexing, frustrating and absurd. It was also both physical and emotional, although I am undecided as to whether there was any spiritual addendum. Almost thirty years later, I am still not sure what to make of the experience. What I do know, however, is that this event changed my view of what constitutes our collective version of reality.
UAPs are real. The Phenomenon is real. There is no way to deny or refute all the evidence accumulated over just the last few decades alone. But what is the Phenomenon, exactly? What intruded, uninvited, into my life almost thirty years ago?
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
a reply to: pigsy2400
Hynek lobbied Congress, presented on UFOs to them decades ago.
It is glaringly apparent this group aren't about disclosure they are lobbying for contracts and monetization of the subject through whatever means. I can't understand how people don't see it?? It's painfully obvious.
They aren't doing any FOI requests, which appears to be the most effective thing to do.
As for paying your acting CEO 35K from your shareholders investment for industrial slag.....lol Go Linda making a quick buck. Was that his news from two weeks ago that was going to blow the world up? It's becoming painful to read anything on them anymore.
According to To the Stars’s September filings with the Securities Exchange Commission, it turns out those little bits of metal cost the company a cool $35,000......
“(i) One 1.75” x 1.25” x 0.25” piece of micron-layered Bismuth/Magnesium-Zinc metal; (ii) six pieces of Bismuth/Magnesium-Zinc metal; (iii) one piece of Aluminum that TTSA physicist Hal Puthoff already in his possession that is currently on loan from Seller; and (iv) one round black and silver metal flake that physicist Puthoff already has in his possession currently on loan from Seller (collectively, the “Metal Pieces”).”
“The ownership of these assets, which were previously retained and studied by investigative journalist Linda Moulton Howe and are reported to have come from an advanced aerospace vehicle of unknown origin, allows TTSA to conduct rigorous scientific evaluations to determine its function and possible applications,” stated a July 25th press release from To the Stars Academy...
It is unknown if Howe sold or donated the materials to Tom DeLonge. Neither DeLonge nor Howe responded to requests for comment at the time of publication
The emergence of exotic materials has introduced the possibility of expanding the role of structural materials to other operational functions such as sensors and propulsion. ...A first step in this journey is experimental work to assess recovered materials for unusual properties.
To The Stars Academy (TTSA) seeks to outsource to EarthTech International, Incorporated (ETI) all analysis and experiments for the Materials Analysis......
Period of Performance
The total period of performance for the MAP efforts is 10 weeks....beginning on August 16, 2018 through October 25, 2018. All work must be scheduled to complete within this timeframe. Any modifications or extensions will be requested through TTSA and ETI contracting officers for review and discussion.....
Once all project tasks have been completed, the project will enter the handoff/closure stage. During this stage of the project, ETI will provide their project report to TTSA’s Aerospace Division Director. The acceptance of this documentation by TTSA’s Aerospace Division Director will acknowledge acceptance of all project deliverables and that ETI has met all assigned tasks.
Any discrepancies involving completion of project tasks or disagreement between TTSA and the ETI will be resolved by executive leaders from each respective company.
The program funding is capped at $35,000.
TTSA expects only a task-level cost proposal to enable contract award.
Payment Schedule: 50% at contract award, 50% at contract completion.
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Well, one of the stories I wanted to make movies about and sing about was a very controversial story. See, one year ago I was pretty sure I would never play music again on the stage, I was really sure of that.
Because I went around into uh…I made my way into the US government. [chuckle] I know it sounds wild. There’s probably a few people here like ‘What did he just say?’
Well, I walked around and I knocked on a few doors. And I said, ‘Hey — I have this idea. I think young people are ready for the conversation of a lifetime. I think they can take it.’ Cuz we have this idea that we’re all so separate from each other but we’re not. All the people your age in different countries across the world. I felt that if the government would have this one conversation it might pull us all together.
So I begged and I begged and I talked about all my ideas. And all these guys with all these stars on their shoulders would look at me and say ‘We don’t believe anything you’re saying but we wanna hear more.’
Well, guess what? — it worked. A couple weeks ago you might’ve seen a few articles with my name in it. If you thought that was a big deal — it’s not. There’s some big # coming.
I took a bunch of these people that I met from the CIA to the DOD to the OSD to some other places I can’t say. [chuckle] And they’ve all come together, and To The Stars…became To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science. And some #’s about to drop that’s gonna change your life, that’s gonna pull all of us together.
To celebrate all these things that I set myself out to do, for all of us — it worked — I’m gonna ask you to sing this song for me, goes like this…”
He begins “Aliens Exist”, though steps back and allows the audience to take over. He does interject “No they’re not” following the crowd singing the iconic line “We all know conspiracies are dumb”.