With everything going on in the world it seems like all is lost for the human race. The depletion of our natural resources is showing it’s effects now and the world is seemingly always at war, most recent with America’s president, Donald Trump, carrying out attacks against Syria. Animals are becoming endangered from what we doing to our planet and it’s oceans, over population of the human race is also an issue. So putting religion and beliefs aside, where do we turn? Who do we look to? Seems to be none other than former Blink-182 member Tom Delonge.
The most recent recipient of UFO Researcher Of The Year, Delonge has opened up to the good people at Rolling Stone about his beliefs in aliens and they have visiting us for a long long time. Some of his new projects with his philosophy has been creating a movie called Strange Times which revolves around a team of skateboarding paranormal investigators which is showing he still has his pop-punk side. On top of that he is working on a trilogy of books Sekret Machines: Gods, Sekret Machines: Man, and Sekret Machines: War. These books are believe it or not non-fiction and is partnered up with Peter Lavenda for the project.
In talking with Rolling Stone about these books, Tom Delonge goes into some details about them:
“The more I got into it, the more I realized it was all real. Then I was like, ‘OK, what am I going to do about it? This project is aimed at creating a beacon and a vehicle to be able to interact directly with millennials across the world. Some of this stuff is empowering, and some of this stuff is frankly kind of scary. But you need to understand it, and you’re going to need to deal with it when we’re gone.”
The material in these books are complied of interviews with scientists, engineers, military and intelligence officials which are referred to as ‘The Advisors’ for the book. The first one, Sekret Machines: Gods was released in March and Delonge told Rolling Stone referring to a Pacific Tribe that has had no human contact outside World War II:
“These people had never seen anybody outside of their tribe before. They saw the planes drop cargo so they automatically assumed they were gods. They started worshipping these planes, trying to get medicine and food. And their religion still exists to this day.”
The last hope of our generation according to Delonge, relies on this information as he states:
“This project is aimed at creating a beacon and a vehicle to be able to interact directly with Millennials across the world. Some of this stuff is empowering, and some of this stuff is frankly kind of scary. But you need to understand it, and you’re going to need to deal with it when we’re gone.”
You can read the full story with Rolling Stone HERE. What about you? Have you experienced a possible other world experience? Let us know!
Trenton started working with Southeast Pit Report in late 2014. Since then, he has interviewed many bands of all sizes and started the Straight Out The Pit podcast. As of Feb 2017, he began writing for The Sickest.
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