To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science Inc. (“TTSA”) has made giant strides in our mission: from the official release and acknowledgment of UAP footage by government officials that has been viewed by over 28 million people, resulting in the mainstream press taking the topic seriously, to the two successful seasons of the HISTORY series “Unidentified” syndicated around the world, to thought leadership briefings at the highest level of the US Government, to a Cooperative R&D Agreement with the US Army, all topped with the astounding formation of a UAP Task Force by the US Department of Defense.
Note that Tom DeLonge is taking over a greater part of the company’s actual business under his own brand, leaving TTSA as a shell doing, essentially, PR for his media products.
When the company launched, it heavily implied that UFO “disclosure” was the product and its initiatives like the History channel series Unidentified were tools to reach that goal. TTSA dumped “disclosure” years ago, but it is still surprising to learn that the low-rated History series and TTSA’s line of recycled ancient astronaut books were the product all along. Now we can look forward to more movies, comic books, novels, and nonfiction turning what the company once implied was a super-serious national security crisis into just another reason to turn on, tune in, and drop out.
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