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Former Manager Of US Aerospace Program Claims UFOs Are Real

To The Stars Academy Of Arts And Sciences is a public benefit corporation founded by Tom DeLonge, you know, that guy from Blink 182 and Angels and Airwaves. Tom has had a life long passion for the galaxy, the stars, and the world’s mysteries, which made him develop this program that wants to advance and develop the necessary technology to solve the world’s “unexplained phenomenons” and mysteries. 

The company has three main areas of focus that are aerospace, entertainment, and science, and it counts with the support of important people within different fields, such as Luis Elizondo, a man who’s had experience in the DOD and who’s worked for over 25 years at the CIA, and Steve Justice, who worked for the defense of aerospace for over 30 years.

While To The Stars has some standard goals such as developing entertaining and well researched science fiction content, it’s members also believe that they can provide information that the U.S. government hasn’t shared with the world, and that this could potentially change the way we live our lives.

The Huffington Post reports that during a conference, Luis Elizondo confirmed the existence of UFOs. He’d made this discovery while working for the DOD, and his current plans include sharing this information with the public. 

We are also planning to provide never before released footage from real US Government systems…not blurry, amateur photos, but real data and real videos. We are inviting our Government colleagues and friends in Defense to participate regularly with their own findings.”

Elizondo claims that the discovered unidentified objects did not exhibit overt hostility, but that the U.S. government didn’t understand how they worked. To The Stars plans on gathering the necessary knowledge and information to solve these mysteries and to share it with the world.



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