Among the many hackneyed Clinton promotional letters published in Wikileaks over the past few days, there are several interesting reports from famous people about UFOs. It is noteworthy that there are a couple of letters of 2015 from astronaut Apollo Edgar Mitchell to the chairman of the Clinton campaign John Podest.
In the first e-mail, from January of the same year, Mitchell declares to Padshe that “we urgently need to agree on the date and time of the meeting to discuss the disclosure of information and the energy of the zero point.”
The second report, which was sent by Mitchell about eight months later, refers to a scheduled conversation in Skype with Podestoi and includes a number of remarkable statements made by the astronaut.
Mitchell says You’ll go, “Our non-violent ETH from the adjacent universe helps us bring zero energy to Earth” and that “they will not tolerate any form of military violence on Earth or in space.”
Although the tone of the messages is quite friendly and suggests that perhaps two men may have had some kind of autonomous correspondence, Mitchell’s colleague told the GeekWire website that the pair had never met.
In addition to Mitchell’s messages, these are teasing e-mails about UFOs that were sent by Tom DeLonge from Blink 182.
In these letters DeLonge notes that he gave Podesta interview for a documentary, presumably on a UFO, and wants to present it to two mysterious people who allegedly had inside information about this phenomenon.
DeLonge informs Podesta that “they were the main direction associated with our sensitive topic. Both were responsible for most of the fragile units, as this applies to the classic sciences and topics of DOD. In other words, these are A-Level officials. ”
A subsequent report from DeLonge about four months later mentions a potential informer named General McCasland, who was allegedly in charge of a secret laboratory that housed Roswell’s wreckage at Wright Patterson Air Base.
It is currently unknown whether DeLonge has been successful in organizing any meetings between Podesta and UFO insiders that the musician has gathered around him.
Although e-mails serve to confirm Podesta’s long-standing interest in the UFO phenomenon, they offer little idea of their own thinking on this issue, just what Mitchell and DeLong told him.
In fact, leaked messages actually should slightly embarrass the activists of UFO disclosure in the sense that sensitive names can pour into the public and, possibly, frighten off any future informers, fearing disclosure.
For this there is no doubt that numerous UFO researchers are trying to figure out all that can, about General McCasland and what he can know about this phenomenon.
Coast Insiders can learn more about the DeLonge UFO investigation and its attempts to push the government to uncover this phenomenon through its appearance on 3/27/2016 in the program.
Subscribers can also check Edgar Mitchell’s appearance on 6/12/2007 on C2C, where he shared his thoughts about UFOs and aliens.