David WIlcock: Tom DeLonge Group Stunningly Debunked – Curtains for Partial Disclosure?

By David Wilcock

Tom DeLonge’s CIA and other intel advisors used a picture of a mylar party balloon from 2005 as if it was a genuine UFO, and raised over 2.2 million dollars in funding from the event featuring it.

There was widespread suspicion of this “mainstream-media-sanctioned disclosure” in the UFO community, and it was just proven correct.

Someone within the group obviously knew this was a fake image. We do not feel Tom DeLonge was in on it, and his silence suggests he must be very upset at this point.

With the formerly-invincible Cabal on the ropes like never before, perhaps this ‘disclosure’ was just too easy. No one was fighting and dying to make this happen, and the media toed the line.

The members of this group completely “ghosted” the UFO community at large, hardly granting any access whatsoever to the people on the front lines of the disclosure movement.

Weirdest of all was how little anyone in the public was affected by it.

UFOs? Been there, done that.

What will real disclosure look like now that the credibility of this operation has been shattered? It’s going to be grassroots all the way.

A STUNNING TURN OF EVENTS

We covered the Tom DeLonge disclosure, including the events of October 11th and December 16th, 2017, in six different articles:

ENDGAME: Disclosure and the Final Defeat of the Cabal (December 6, 2016)

Vegas Terror and Disclosure: Is Something Very Big About to Happen? (October 10, 2017)

Stunning New Briefings: Mass Indictments, Targeted Arrests and Disclosure (December 25, 2017)

ET Autopsy Insider Emery Smith Hit With Massive Attack After Coming Forward (December 28, 2017)

Corey Goode Mega-Update: Ancient Builder Race- Recovering Humanity’s Billion-Year Legacy (January 11, 2018)

ENTICING, IF NOT IRRESISTIBLE

This was enticing, if not irresistible ‘bait’ for the UFO community at large.

You have a cadre of new insiders coming forward, saying they have the goods: anti-gravity technology from Lockheed SkunkWorks, films of UFOs in flight, and a photo of that same UFO.

Now we know that indeed it is “clearly not an experimental US aircraft.”

Instead, their alleged UFO was a photo of a phallic mylar balloon taken by Steve Mera and posted online in 2005.

You can buy a silver balloon just like it here on Amazon for as little as seven dollars and 98 cents.

But wait, there’s more: here you can get the same one for just one easy payment of $5.99… but only while supplies last.

What kind of Return on Investment or ROI would you get if you could use a six-dollar balloon to raise 2.2 million dollars?

Certainly a lot more than the stock market at this point, which went into free-fall immediately after the release of the damning FISA memo:

This epic “debunking” allowed the online skeptic community to sing with joy once again, parading their fundamentalist beliefs that “There Is No Evidence.”

JIMMY CHURCH SPILLED THE BEANS

Jimmy Church alerted me to this in a phone call we had yesterday. He insisted that I sit down before he tell me, and it was definitely a good idea.

He has outed the whole scandal on his Facebook page on February 7th after having been a direct Tom DeLonge supporter:

OK… so, in the interest of transparency… Tom DeLonge’s ‘Tic Tac’ UFO was NOT photographed by the US Navy off the coast of San Diego in 2004… but was shot in Manchester UK in 2005…

Here are the two images side by side… and the ORIGINAL article that was posted in 2005… with four additional images.

Something doesn’t smell right to me… I’ve sent everything to DeLonge and his team and I’m waiting for a response… but one thing is for sure… the UFO community will police itself.

Read the original article… look at the images… and post your comments below… things are about to get interesting… somebody has been played… not sure who… but I want answers.

Steve Mera, who posted the original article in 2005 now says that it was a metallic party balloon…. hmmmmm… here we go!!!

Original 2005 article:
http://www.rense.com/general67/ufoph.htm

ANYTHING IS BETTER THAN NOTHING…. AS LONG AS….

Our December 25th article went into far more detail about the DeLonge event than the others, and gave this event favorable coverage.

I recommend reading it if you are not familiar with this case… including the awesome scope of coverage it earned in the mainstream media.

As I said at the time, any disclosure is better than nothing.

Now we have to put a caveat on that statement: “Any disclosure is better than nothing… as long as it isn’t blatantly fraudulent.”

PARTIAL DISCLOSURE AND PODESTA

Our Alliance insiders had consistently been warning us that this enormous media event was all part of an attempt to create a “Partial Disclosure” that the Cabal hoped would save them from defeat.

The Cabal folks were only intending to use disclosure as a “Weapon of Mass Distraction” when their backs were really up against the wall.

Deception would be at the very root of such a plan, if the real goal was to obfuscate the existence of the Secret Space Program and other hyper-classified projects.

The credibility of the entire initiative was heavily damaged by the Wikileaks email dump of October 2016, when it was revealed that DeLonge had worked directly with John Podesta on this plan.

THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT

I wanted to give DeLonge the benefit of the doubt, and still do. I have felt he might be “in over his head” on this all along, and I was willing to help.

The only way to truly assess the value of your insiders is to consult with others who have been in contact with even more insiders, for an even longer period of time.

The truth emerges when you do the broadest-level analysis of who is out there and what they are saying, all independently of one another.

Linda Moulton Howe has been doing this for well over 35 years, and I have been doing it for 22 years. Neither of us were ever invited to be involved.

DeLonge was made very well aware through direct insiders that I would speak with him, and nonetheless completely refused all contact…

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This article (Tom DeLonge Group Stunningly Debunked: Curtains for Partial Disclosure?) was originally published on Divine Cosmos and syndicated by The Event Chronicle

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