We have compiled the best Tom Delonge alien theories and it’s pretty scary

With the recent internet movement of collectively storming Area 51 and increased public attention on the alien theories of Tom DeLonge, are we slowly edging towards a mass enlightening of cosmic proportions?

Just over four years ago Tom DeLonge famously quit Blink 182. There was public outcry as the most famous pop-punk band of all time had collapsed.

After 1999’s Enema Of The State launched the band to international fame and sold 15 million copies world wide, Blink 182 have been a household name keeping the undying flame of punk-rock alive. But little did we know the first clue to their demise was staring us right in the face.

Just as they launched to worldwide stardom and eternal reverence the seeds of their demise were sewn in Aliens Exist. 

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We track down all the most potent Tom DeLonge alien theories hovering in the stratosphere. Are humans really the only elite life-forms out there?

Tom DeLonge once said ‘We all know conspiracies are dumb’.

Now he owns a UFO research company called In The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science and has won Open Minds 2017 UFO Researcher of the Year award. Furthermore Tom has published a book entitled Sekret Machines: Gods Volume 1 studying esoteric creation myths and the potential for ancient alien contact.

Despite the insinuation of tin foil hats, Tom DeLonge’s uncanny composure and assuredness in this interview is worth more than any misconstrued online headline.

Furthermore Tom’s new band Angels & Airwaves are dedicated to spreading information about the existence of aliens, while In The Stars just 5 days ago paid $35,000 for ‘exotic’ metals. Is there more than meets the eye with the antediluvian theorising of Tom DeLonge.

First of all Tom already believes we have been in contact with aliens and have been for a very long time. UFO’s have been around since ancient cultures and now government’s are trying to repress that information, fighting over the technology.

In an interview with Paper, DeLonge explained he had his phone tapped “for quite some time. Years ago, there was somebody who was gathering 150 hours of top secret testimony specifically for Congressional hearings on government projects and the US secret space program. People from NASA, Rome, the Vatican, you name it, they’re all on there. The top 36 hours that summarized the best parts of all of that footage, I had it hidden in my house for a period of time, and during that time I was flying this person out along with somebody that was Wernher von Braun’s right-hand assistant. Wernher von Braun was a Nazi scientist that we brought over to build our Apollo rockets that got us to the moon, and on his deathbed he told this person a bunch of stuff, and I was flying them out to Los Angeles and we were taking certain meetings. At that time a lot of weird stuff started happening.”

DeLonge then goes on to relate his experiences with mind-control technology:

“The person I was dealing with was being awoken in the middle of the night with clicking and buzzing noises and falling on the ground vomiting, every morning at 4 a.m. I know now that those are artefacts from mind-control experiments, where the same technology that we use to find oil underground, we can zap somebody at the same frequency that the brain operates on, and it can cause some really horrific things to happen.”

This all seems eerily detailed if not veracious from Tom’s point of view. It must take an incredible amount of commitment to quit one of the world’s biggest rock bands and devote your life to the spreading of extra-terrestial awareness. However, that’s not how Tom sees it:

“The last show I played was in front of 100,000 people. They wonder why I’m not doing that now and I’ll say because this is the one moment in my life where I’ll be able to look back as an old man and say, ‘oh my god, I was apart of the team that changed the world.'”

Check out the promo video for Tom’s organisation below:

To conquer the world of music then commit yourself to another mammoth issue of interstellar proportions is certainly an impressive undertaking. I admire Tom’s bravery and commitment on the subject.

Tom also believes in the moon landing conspiracy, but not the one you know about. DeLonge believes that ‘they made everyone think that we never went there,’ but the real question is what we found there.

As lingering question stands of is there life on Mars, Tom says that there is certainly evidence there, ‘it’s one planet over. We’re gonna send people up there, and we’re gonna find remnants of other types of life. But really, what’s going to be there are remnants of other civilisations: architecture, old monuments, machinery, things that have been fossilised, whatever, and then that will get dripped out for another 30 to 40 years. Maybe there was a civilisation there.’

Either way there’s still a lot to be desired here as Tom is clearly very reserved with his information. Is there a tendency for tenacious celebrities to turn to left-wing theories or is Tom DeLonge devoting his life to the only real cause worth fighting for?

Either way there’s certainly a lot more to discover in the billions of galaxies already identified and who knows, maybe Tom is an alien himself.