> The key to delonge's story is that he leveraged an
> invitation to some secret military party and
> convinced a person there that he knew his stuff on
> ufos to such an extent that they took him
> seriously AND that he was uniquely positioned to
> introduce presently non disclosed info to
> mainstream pop audiences.
The scenario that Delonge presents in the interview will be disturbing to some. The gist is that the planet has been having UFO interactions globally for the last half-century. There is cause to believe that some of these ETs do not have our best intentions in mind. However - and this is where Delonge's spin introduces something fairly new - because of this there has been a lot of global coordination going on behind the scenes, with high-level military types in various nations working together to counter the threat through alliances that don't mirror what's happening on the surface geo-political level.
This is straight out of the X Files.
Considerable attention is given to the famous black triangles, which the authors describe as very sci-fi. They explicitly say that it was built by Americans, although it is unclear - at this point in the narrative, or at least in my reading of it - if we obtained the technology from a crashed alien ship.
When the triangle flap was going on in the UK, the Brits specifically contacted the US and asked them whether or not they were secretly testing a triangle shaped aircraft (over British airspace, without authorization). The US responded that we were having our own sightings at the moment (the Hudson Valley wave) and no, it wasn't us.
There is still the Phoenix sightings to consider. Was the US government deliberately buzzing and scaring the wits out of its own citizens in Phoenix and the Hudson Valley? For what purpose?
As for the latter, in the interview I posted says that he asked for, and received, advisors who would explain some of the science behind their disclosures. Turning to the book, the gist I got on how the cloaking works is that is based on the relativity of time and space and the bending of light. The craft looks entirely invisible to the unexpecting, and one scene is described where, for many minutes, a pilot in one of these things hovers above a farmhouse in Kansas, where a guy hangs out on his porch, having no idea what's going on a few hundred feet above his house. However, with very careful examination one will see that the apparent invisibility is not quite so, owing to the subtle way that light has been manipulated...
This has already hit the mainstream. It was a huge news story at the time.
I need to look into this more. Even helping him create a fictional account, which he apparently is now saying is true, means that he duped those military people into thinking they were writing a sci fi novel, not disclosing government secrets to the masses.
Would you say that's a fair take on it? This all hinges on his meeting with military brass. How did he get it? By virtue of being a wealthy singer?
That's where I'm having difficulty.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18-Dec-17 18:52 by Aine.