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US Army Says Blink-182’s Tom DeLonge May Have Game-Changing Alien Technology

The materials were reportedly once owned by the late Art Bell, who was the host of Coast to Coast AM.

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(TMU) — For the past few years, Tom DeLonge, former guitarist and co-founder of the pop-punk band Blink-182, has been grabbing headlines with some very bold claims about extraterrestrial life and advanced technology.

DeLonge has previously claimed that his space research organization, To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA), was working with the United States government on projects relating to the search for extraterrestrial life, as well as the development of advanced technologies.

The team of TTSA consists of many former high ranking employees from various government agencies, which gave his claims a semblance of credibility. But in recent months, the U.S. government has been slowly coming forward to confirm certain aspects of DeLonge’s claims.

This week, the US Army announced they would be working with TTSA to test a high-tech material that the organization is currently in possession of. It seems that the Army is taking these claims seriously enough to look into it for themselves.

According to the Drive, an agreement between TTSA and the U.S. Army was announced on October 17th, 2019. The agreement states:

To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science is a company with material and technology innovations that offer capability advancements for Army ground vehicles. These technology innovations have been acquired, designed, and produced by the Collaborator [TTSA], leveraging advancements in metamaterials and quantum physics to push performance gains.”

It is not clear what this “material” is or what its technological implications are, but there are some clues. In July, TTSA published a press release about a number of “metamaterial samples” they had acquired.

According to a filing that the organization made with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission at the time, the materials included:

“(i) One 1.75” x 1.25” x 0.25” piece of micron-layered Bismuth/Magnesium-Zinc metal; (ii) six pieces of Bismuth/Magnesium-Zinc metal; (iii) one piece of Aluminum that TTSA physicist Hal Puthoff already in his possession that is currently on loan from Seller; and (iv) one round black and silver metal flake that physicist Puthoff already has in his possession currently on loan from Seller (collectively, the “Metal Pieces”).”

The materials were reportedly once owned by the late Art Bell, who was the host of the long-running radio show Coast to Coast AM, which often covered topics of the paranormal and supernatural, including UFOs and aliens. Bell never revealed the source of the materials, saying only that the person who gave them to him claimed that their grandfather was in an unspecified government agency within the U.S. military, and that the materials are somehow related to the mythical Roswell, New Mexico UFO crash. After changing hands between journalists and UFO experts, most notably Linda Moulton Howe, the materials ended up the hands of Tom Delonge.

The recent statement from the U.S. military continues:

“The Government would like to assess, test, and characterize the products from the Collaborator at Government facilities to compare the capabilities of these advancements to known commodities, understand what facilities would be required to reproduce the advancements, and determine their applications for ground vehicle platforms. If the Government can verify materiel solutions claims by the Collaborator, then significant advancements can be made in the capabilities of Army ground vehicle platforms in terms of security, force protection and weight reduction.”

“The Government is interested in a variety of the Collaborator’s technologies, such as, but not limited to inertial mass reduction, mechanical/structural metamaterials, electromagnetic metamaterial wave guides, quantum physics, quantum communications, and beamed energy propulsion,” the statement added.

Last month, the U.S. government also confirmed that videos of UFOs previously shared by TTSA were actually authentic.

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Anti-Gay Hungarian Politician Resigns After Being Caught Fleeing 25-Man Orgy

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During the raid, police caught Szajer desperately attempting to climb out of a first-floor window before “fleeing along the gutter.”

An anti-gay politician in Hungary who claimed to be a champion of so-called “Christian values” and represented the country’s ruling ultra-conservative Fidesz party has resigned in disgrace after being caught attempting to flee from a 25-man orgy on Friday.

Joszef Szajer, who represented Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s Fidesz party, resigned on Sunday after the humiliating incident in Brussels, where the well-known anti-LGBTQ politician was caught in the all-male orgy that took place in the red light district that is home to a number of gay bars.

Szajer being caught literally with his pants down is the most humiliating downfall possible for the conservative politician, who made a name for himself as a senior figure who helped spearhead Orban’s assault on LGBTQ rights since he was elected prime minister in 2010. Szajer played a key role helping to rewrite Hungary’s  constitution to “protect the institution of marriage as the union of a man and a woman,” according to The Times of London.

On Sunday, Szajer resigned after admitting that he flouted Belgium’s stringent lockdown rules to attend the sex party, reports Politico. According to the Brussels pubic prosecutor’s office, police intervened after neighbors reported a loud “night-time disturbance” in an apartment. They eventually found over 20 people in one apartment, incuding Szajer and other diplomats, the New York Times reports.

“We interrupted a gang bang,” one police source told Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure.

During the raid, police noticed Szajer desperately attempting to climb out of a first-floor window before “fleeing along the gutter,” according to the public prosecutor’s office.

Police also discovered drugs in Szajer’s bag. The right-wing politician denies having taken drugs on that night.

“A passer-by reported to the police that he had seen a man fleeing along the gutter; he was able to identify the man. The man’s hands were bloody,” the public prosecutor’s statement said. “It is possible that he may have been injured while fleeing. Narcotics were found in his backpack.”

“The man was unable to produce any identity documents,” the prosecutor added. “He was escorted to his place of residence, where he identified himself as S. J. (1961) by means of a diplomatic passport.” The initials and year of birth both match those of Szajer.

On Tuesday, Szajer confirmed that he was present at a “private party” before apologizing for breaking lockdown rules.

“After the police asked for my identity — since I did not have ID on me — I declared that I was a MEP,” the disgraced politician said.

“The police continued the process and finally issued an official verbal warning and transported me home,” he added. “I deeply regret violating the [coronavirus] restrictions, it was irresponsible on my part. I am ready to stand for the fine that occurs.”

Szajer also added that he hopes that the matter is seen as “strictly personal” and doesn’t reflect on his ideological cohort or his country.

“I ask everyone not to extend it to my homeland, or to my political community,” he said.

Szajer was a founding member of the Fidesz party in March 1988. The far-right party has cast itself as a defender of conservative Christianity and frequently uses harsh anti-gay rhetoric. It recently proposed a law to ban gay adoption.

He is married to Tunde Hando, a Constitutional Court judge who formerly served as former president of the National Judiciary Office.

In a statement, Szajer’s conservative allies praised the politician for his service to the cause of Hungarian nationalism and so-called Christian values.

“On behalf of ourselves and our entire political community,” they said, “we, the members of the Fidesz-KDNP European Parliament group, thank Jozsef Szajer, who played a crucial role in enabling Hungarian civic conservatism and Christian democracy to occupy their rightful place in the European political arena.”

However, Szajer’s resignation – which is widely seen as a scandalous result of his insatiable need to participate in what the media is calling a “gay orgy” – is a major blow to the reputation of Fidesz, which has ruled the country for the past decade.

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Mysterious Monolith in Romania Disappears Overnight, Just Days After It Was Discovered

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Mere days after it mysteriously popped up on a hillside near the Carpathian mountain range, the Romanian monolith – which bore a striking resemblance to its Utah counterpart – has suddenly disappeared.

The shiny metal monolith, which was discovered late last week around the same time that the monolith in Utah vanished from its remote desert location, was placed near a historic Dacian fortress built in B.C. times. Little is known about who erected the three-sided structure in the location, why it was installed, or if there was any connection to the Utah monolith.

The shiny pillar was found just last Thursday on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt in the country’s northeastern Neamt County, several yards from the Dacian fortress Petrodava, an important archaeological landmark and fort that was built by the people of ancient Dacia between 82 B.C. and 106 A.D.

The monolith was just a few yards from the old stronghold, with one side facing Mount Ceahlău, a famous Carpathian mountain listed as one of the country’s Seven Natural Wonders and known to locals as the Holy Mountain.

However, on Monday the monolith vanished from the site and left only a shallow, square-shaped hole and pile of rubble behind, in video posted by local media outlet Jurnal FM.

The disappearance of the monolith also coincided with the night of Saint Andrews Day, a holiday celebrating a saint who was the brother of Saint Peter and is considered the protector of Romania due to his proselytizing activities in the ancient province of Scythia, which includes parts of present-day Romania.

The night is also characterized by a number of traditions and superstitions of pagan origin that predate the arrival of Christianity in the region, and is seen by many as the Romanian equivalent of Halloween and as a night filled with roaming spirits, werewolves, and people using garlic to ward off evil spells, ghosts and curses, according to Romania Insider.

“The monolith found near the archaeological site of an old Dacian Stronghold disappeared on the night of Saint Andrew, when reportedly, a bright light surrounded the object,” reported Jurnal FM.

“Locals thought the light came from a car, but the light pointed towards the sky,” the local report mysteriously added.

It remains unknown how exactly the silver monolith was installed in its Carpathian location, but many social media users joked that the Romanian version was a sort of “Wish App” equivalent to its Utah counterpart, with this monolith having a decidedly more scrappy, rough façade filled with doodle-like scrawls.

“The aliens who have planted this monolith should polish their welding skills,” one user commenting on the Facebook post by The Mind Unleashed.

The disappearance comes after local officials complained about the unauthorized installation of the silver structure.

“We have started looking into the strange appearance of the monolith,” said Neamt Culture and Heritage official Rocsana Josanu. “It is on private property, but we still don’t know who the monolith’s owner is yet. It is in a protected area on an archaeological site.”

“Before installing something there, they needed permission from our institution, one that must then be approved by the Ministry of Culture,” Josanu added.

The mysterious three-sided structure’s disappearance comes just a few days after the monolith in Utah was removed from its remote desert location by an “unknown party,” local authorities said over the weekend.

The discovery of the monolith by Utah public safety workers in the southwestern U.S. state generated significant viral buzz, with many comparing the monolith to those that trigger massive leaps in human progress in the classic Stanley Kubrick sci-fi film, “2001: A Space Odyssey.”

Others bemoaned the discovery of the object in the turbulent year 2020, with some social media users complaining that the discovery of the monolith had triggered their anxiety over worsening fortunes in the year, including a possible extraterrestrial invasion.

However, recent clues may point to a much more down-to-earth explanation behind the disappearance of the Utah.

An Instagram post by photographer Ross Bernards has revealed that a group of four men arrived at the site not long after he had snapped some shots of the viral structure. The men had brought a wheelbarrow with them and pushed against the structure until it fell over. 

“They quickly broke it apart as they were carrying the wheelbarrow that they had brought one of them looked back at us and said ‘leave no trace,’” Bernards explained. “If you’re asking why we didn’t’s stop them well, they were right to take it out. We stayed the night and the next day hiked to a hill top overlooking the area where we say at least 70 different cars (and a plane) in and out. Cars parking everywhere in the delicate desert landscape.”

“Mother Nature is an artist, it’s best to leave the art in the wild to her,” he added.

Another Instagram user explains that the men left behind a puddle of urine where the structure had previously stood, and scrawled “By B*tch!” in the dirt.

It all seems like a rather unceremonious end to a structure that kindled the imagination of millions of online users.

However, the disappearance of the structures still has us wondering: where, and when, will the next monolith be found?

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Monolith Identical To One Found in Utah Appears on Hillside in Romania

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A metal monolith nearly identical to one that was discovered in the U.S. state of Utah has appeared on a hillside in Romania, not far from a historic fortress.

The mysterious three-sided structure’s appearance in the Balkan country comes around the same time that the monolith in Utah was removed from its remote desert location by an “unknown party,” local authorities said over the weekend.

The shiny pillar was found just last Thursday on Batca Doamnei Hill in the city of Piatra Neamt in the country’s northeastern Neamt County, reports the Daily Mail.

The monolith was located several yards from the Dacian fortress Petrodava, an important archaeological landmark and fort that was built by the ancient Dacian people between 82 B.C. and 106 A.D.

The Dacian fortress was written about by Roman polymath and philosopher Claudius Ptolemy and is the the oldest historical monument in the region. It is believed that the fortress was burned down in the 2nd Century A.D. around the time when the Romans conquered the region, although the ruins of the fortress are still intact and comprise parts of the city wall.

The monolith lies close by, with one side facing Mount Ceahlău, a famous Carpathian mountain listed as one of the country’s Seven Natural Wonders and known to locals as the Holy Mountain.

“We have started looking into the strange appearance of the monolith,” said Neamt Culture and Heritage official Rocsana Josanu. “It is on private property, but we still don’t know who the monolith’s owner is yet. It is in a protected area on an archaeological site.”

“Before installing something there, they needed permission from our institution, one that must then be approved by the Ministry of Culture.”

The strange object bears a striking resemblance to the one recently found, and subsequently disappeared, in the southeastern Utah desert.

The origins of that 12-foot (four-meter) high metal block remain unclear.

The discovery of the monolith by Utah public safety workers in the southwestern U.S. state generated significant viral buzz, with many comparing the monolith to those that trigger massive leaps in human progress in the classic Stanley Kubrick sci-fi film, “2001: A Space Odyssey.”

Others bemoaned the discovery of the object in the turbulent year 2020, with some social media users complaining that the discovery of the monolith had triggered their anxiety over worsening fortunes in the year, including a possible extraterrestrial invasion.

“This is the ‘reset’ button for 2020. Can someone please press it quickly?” one social media user quipped.

However, the structure was removed on Friday night “by an unknown party” from the public land it was found on, the Bureau of Land Management’s Utah office said in a statement.

“We have received credible reports that the illegally installed structure, referred to as the ‘monolith’, has been removed from Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands by an unknown party,” the bureau said in a statement.

A Utah Department of Public Safety helicopter crew had found the object last Monday while surveying for bighorn sheep.

“IT’S GONE!” the agency said in an Instagram post. “Almost as quickly as it appeared it has now disappeared,” the department continued, adding, “I can only speculate” about the cause of its disappearance, adding the emoji symbol for extraterrestrials.

“Maybe it will stop by and visit us in Canada!!” one person commented.

For the time being, however, the monolith may have decided to park itself in the Carpathian mountain range of Romania.

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