REVIEW: 'Sekret Machines: Man' a fascinating follow-up

“Sekret Machines: Man” by Peter Levenda and Tom DeLonge is a good representation of what To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science is looking to ultimately achieve, which is to inspire a new generation to reevaluate and re-imagine science, society and humanity.

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REVIEW: 'Unidentified' a fine first step in mainstreaming UFOs

The To The Stars team has been clandestinely filming and planning big investigations ever since Tom DeLonge took a video camera with him to the White House years ago before To The Stars Academy of arts and Science was even a thing.

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COMMENTARY: Why is the U.S. Navy looking into UFOs before the Air Force?

The U.S. Navy is now publicly acknowledging the existence of UFOs, and will put into fruition specific guidelines in reporting sightings due to some behind the scenes coercing from Tom DeLonge and Luis Elizondo’s To The Stars Academy Of Arts And Science.

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COMMENTARY: Logical arguments against To The Stars criticism

As To The Stars /To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science continues to make waves in the UFO world, there continues to be a vocal group of detractors that seem to constantly criticize anything TTS does. Even with Luis Elizondo’s recent positively-received convention appearances, and the announcement of a six-part documentary series called “Unidentified” on the History Channel , the TTS trolls are still in full.

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