The research group headed by former Blink-182 member Tom DeLonge has just been given $750K from the U.S. Army to gain access to alien technology he has come into possession of and to fund further research.
As you may or may not know, Tom DeLonge is the former guitarist and co-founder of the pop-punk band Blink-182.
DeLonge heads a space research organization called To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA).
It was reported last month that the US government confirmed the authenticity of videos of UFOs shared by TTSA.
How did DeLonge come into possession of this alleged alien technology? And what is it that he has?
TTSA came into possession of a high-tech material that they registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. According to that filing, the materials registered includes:
“(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”).”
It’s worth noting that physicist Hal Puthoff formally worked for Stanford Research Institute (SRI), and is credited with being one of the developers of a psychic spying technology and protocol known as “remote viewing” that was funded by the US government over 20 years, created for and used by the US military, as well as numerous government intelligence agencies.
Reportedly, the materials were once owned by the late Art Bell, formerly the host of the radio show Coast to Coast AM, a program which often featured stories on the supernatural, paranormal and extraterrestrials.
While Bell never revealed how he came into possession of the material or who the source was, he simply said the materials are somehow related to the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico, and the materials came from a person who claimed their grandfather was in an unspecified government agency within the U.S. military.
The material previously owned by Bell changed hands between UFO experts and journalists, one of which was Linda Moulton Howe, before landing in the hands of Tom Delonge.
A partnership has been announced between TTSA and the U.S. Army, who is spending at least $750,000 on research over a five-year period to fund personnel, facilities, equipment, and other resources to see if it can use the technologies and materials TTSA has to advance its ground vehicles.
The Army is not giving the money directly to TTSA, but rather is funding the necessary resources as mentioned above for further research.
While the contract does not mention that the materials TTSA possesses are extraterrestrial, TTSA is not in the materials-development business.
Therefore, it is easy to draw the conclusion that what the Army is after is the material they have come into possession of – material that must truly be unique given this level of commitment by the U.S. Army.
“The Government would like to assess, test, and characterize the products from the Collaborator at Government facilities to compare the capabilities of these advancements to known commodities, understand what facilities would be required to reproduce the advancements, and determine their applications for ground vehicle platforms. If the Government can verify materiel solutions claims by the Collaborator, then significant advancements can be made in the capabilities of Army ground vehicle platforms in terms of security, force protection, and weight reduction.”
“The Government is interested in a variety of the Collaborator’s technologies, such as, but not limited to inertial mass reduction, mechanical/structural metamaterials, electromagnetic metamaterial waveguides, quantum physics, quantum communications, and beamed energy propulsion.”