Tom DeLonge Reveals Truth About Aliens That Will ‘Change The World’


Tom DeLonge has taken part in a live-stream to reveal information about aliens which will apparently, ‘change the world.’

The former Blink 182 guitarist cum To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science CEO said he wants to enlighten the public by exploring ‘the outer edges of science and the understanding of phenomena.’

Basically, he’s saying ‘Where are youuuuuuuuuuuuu?’ to extra-terrestrials.


The stream includes other-wordly enthusiasts such as Chris Mellon, FMR Deputy Asst Secretary of Defense for Intelligence, Jim Semivan, FMR Sr. Intelligence Service, CIA’s Directorate of Operations and Dr. Hal Puthoff, Director of DOD/CIA/DIA Scientific Research Programs.

You can watch the live-stream here:

DeLonge had previously taken to the ‘Gram telling his followers an announcement was imminent, writing:

Thank you all for waiting for an announcement that is literally two years in the making.

I have assembled a team of insiders that I believe can possibly change the world. All are current consultants to the US Gov on National Security Matters, and some literally left days ago from the Department of Defence to join me in this initiative.

Fmr. High Ranking Government Officials and Senior Intelligence Officers from CIA, DOD, and also a Chief Engineer (Director of Advanced Programs) from Lockheed Martin’s the Skunk Works have come together aiming to BUILD A REVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY that can change life as we know it (we will be showing a concept of the spacecraft tomorrow), research the unknown and finally tell the ‘story of the millennia’ through Feature Films.

NO ONE GOVERNMENT, INDIVIDUAL OR INSTITUTION should own what can truthfully help the world. We all can own it together. To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science is allowing a group of those who are interested to join us on day one.

Speaking in April, the ex-singer described turning his life in the directions of aliens after quitting the pop punk band.

He told Mother Jones:

My whole life has been completely about being underestimated. I remember when Blink signed to a major label, and we had a debut party for the signing. No one came to party, only the guy that signed us. And I remember sitting there, like, ‘Shit, no one likes this.’

I remember on the first label we signed on to, the owner of the label made a bet that we wouldn’t sell more than 3,000 records and that record went on and sold [millions].

You’ll always see me doing things that I have no business doing. Whether it’s directing a major motion picture or meeting with the most important people in government and dealing with the biggest subjects on Earth. The story of the millennia. These are things I aspire to tackle. It doesn’t mean I’m going to win on all of them, but God damn, it looks like I’ve got a pretty good shot at it.

I’m taking his word for it.