I was pleased to see Dr. Hal Putoff and Chris Mellon, two men I know personally, involved in this new venture titled, “To The Stars… Academy of Arts and Science.” The team members include;
Tom Delonge – CEO & Founder
Jim Semivan – Former senior intelligence service member of the Central Intelligence Agency
Dr. Hal Putoff - President and CEO of EarthTech International, Inc. (ETI)
Steve Justice - Former Program Director for Advanced Systems from Lockheed Martin Advanced Development Programs
Luis Elizondo – Former intelligence special agent last responsible for sensitive DOD threat identification program focusing on unidentified aerial technologies.
Chris Mellon – Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence in the Clinton and Bush Administrations.
I had the opportunity to speak with Chris after the presentation to better understand the purpose behind the new venture. His answer, in short, was to get to the Truth. Chris is very forthright and firm in his resolve to get to the bottom of the UFO question regardless of where the truth leads. Having worked on Capitol Hill he wants to keep it simple by focusing on one case which he outlines in the video of the Live event https://dpo.tothestarsacademy.com at the 10:40 mark. It is the 2004 Nimitz encounter with an unknown object off the coast of San Diego, CA.
I see this as a major step forward in the DOD-Government-Intelligence apparatus finally telling the American public, and the world that UFOs are Real, and the technology is so advanced that if we can find a way to duplicate it, we will advance our civilization centuries in a very short period of time. Pretty exciting stuff!
The Call to Action is for each of us to write our congressmen and senators and ask for a congressional inquiry regarding the Nimitz 2004 incident where multiple F18s were scrambled to chase an unknown object. Certainly, Congress, with its ability to request information will be able to get to the bottom of this and in so doing it may open the floodgates that will finally drain this swamp. I certainly hope so. My letters are already in the mail. I hope yours go out shortly.