Because of the lack of media and social media coverage. Most people will probably not be aware that, back in 2017, former punk rock star Tom DeLonge
got together with a bunch of former intelligence agents and an aerospace engineer to form a company called “To the Stars Academy of Arts &
Science” or TTSA as it is now known. Joining him amongst others, are a former $cientologist Professor Hal Puthoff and a former head of the Advanced
Aerospace Threat Identification Program Luis Elizondo (or ‘Zondo’ as dubbed affectionately by Tom). The aims of TTSA seem somewhat ambitious and
also contradictory with what Tom DeLonge was claiming prior to the company launch in late 2017.
With the promo video for their “ADAM”! (American Deception and Misinformation) project it was even admitted that the parts found may not be from a
real UFO but could come from an old 1984 Cadillac.
However despite support and fierce criticism from people inside and outside of the UFO community the boys have finally got beyond releasing indistinct
videos of dots in the clouds and announcing announcements about forthcoming announcements. I am talking about the TV series in association with
History Channel called “Unintended : Inside America’s UFO Investigation”. Produced by History Channel in the US and other English language
territories with the assistance of 'Poisson D’Avril' TM
Episode 1 - Ice Road Muckers
In episode one Zondo is sent Ice Road Trucking to Alaska to retrieve a supposed material that fell off a UFO. Which somewhat ironically he then puts
on the back of a truck. But in treacherous weather he loses the truck as it plunges off the road into a ditch. Luckily the truck and the materials are
rescued before Zondo’s driving skills come into question. He laughs it all off at the end of the episode by proclaiming:
“Whoops ! I was meant to turn right. Just not right now!”
Episode 2 – Austin Powers ‘Sekret ‘ Machines
Materials rescued. Truck recovered. Zondo, with full driver’s license retained, now heads for Texas. Where after announcing he was going for a
to someone called Lisa on the telephone he arrives at
the “House of Hoff” in downtown Austin, Texas. Home of a whole bunch of cowboys.
Hoff is warmly greeted and embraced by Zondo. However chum “Big Eric” is left to look like a spare part off a UFO and is not even given a manly
handshake by Zondo. It leaves him raging with envy. Hoff takes the piece of kit and places it in a filing cabinet with his other used flying saucer
parts and forgets about them.
At the end of the episode we see “Big Eric” looking lost and following Hoff and Zondo everywhere they go. He even takes to hiding in the wardrobe
during Zondo’s sleepover with Hoff.
Zondo whispers to Hoff something very profound as the credits roll.
“We may not be alone”
Episode 3 – “I’m Eric & Pickers”
Jealous of Hoff’s new found friendship, Big Eric tries to sell some of the stored UFO parts behind Hoff’s back. The American Pickers are called
in. They offer ‘Big Eric’ $50 for what looks to them like an old alternator from a 1984 Cadillac.
Big Eric’s plot is foiled at the last moment when Zondo comes through the doorway to the Hoff’s rescue. He tells the guys
“No way, can you have it. But here’s one of Billy Meiers old props. You wanna give us a price?”
The ‘Pickers’ are mildly disappointed but at least don’t leave empty handed.
Big Eric, somewhat forced into a corner (the wardrobe was a real squeeze by the way) decides it’s best he moves on from HoffTech and opens a lawsuit
claiming he invented the word ‘plagiarism’.
Episode 4 – Storage Chores
In this episode Zondo is not happy with Big Eric’s shenanigans luring the American Pickers to the top secret HQ built to hold the special material.
He decides to place the precious UFO parts in a more secure storage facility. With the obvious place being to link up with yet another History Channel
production out of Texas. There it will be safe from envious eyes.
At least that’s what he thinks. Forgetting that Big Eric also paid the bills for the Hoff. But Eric, knowing he’s leaving, conveniently forgets to
pay for the storage of the materials.
Zondo is then forced into a bidding war with the storage dippers to get the piece back. He is ultimately forced to bid $50k for something that HE
originally found in the deserted wilderness of Alaska. It’s provenance still unknown too. This is not a good turn. It seems worth it though. Giorgio
from Ancient Aliens drops in to test another sample of the special anti-gravity shampoo Hoff has been developing. He uses it sparingly. But Zondo is a
lot more ambitious!
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Giorgio also declares the part Zondo found looks like it might have fell off the back of a truck. But bares an eery similarity to part of the Roswell
Spaceship. Which of course he knows all about. Thinking of a way to get the $50k back for Tom, Zondo decides to visit Las Vegas and drop in on his
cousin ChumLee (who calls him ChumLue)...........
edit on 1/4/2019 by mirageman because: tidy up