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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INTERVIEW: Peter Levenda on secret history, UFOs, new 'Sekret Machines'

As an esoteric academic who has studied the world’s history through a lens that focuses on the obvious and the underlying elements of historical narratives, Peter Levenda’s expertise on religion, the occult, mythology and the UFO phenomena make him one of the unexplained’s greatest assets.

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REVIEW: 'Area 52' episode of 'Ancient Aliens'

The "Area 52" episode of History Channel's "Ancient Aliens" presents an abridged version of Area 51 and Roswell history, and the idea of reverse engineering. The show does propose the question that the 2013 official government admittance of Area  51's existence, which was  prompted by a 10-year FOIA request, could be a smoke screen to detract from other "Area 51s" all over the country (hence, the episode title "Area 52"). 

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'Ancient Aliens' premiere dives deep into Pentagon UFO story, TTSAAS

"Ancient Aliens" returned with an in depth, up-to-date analysis of the New York Times Pentagon UFO story, Luis Elizondo and To The Stars AcademyOf Arts And Science, (even  positive stuff on Tom DeLonge from John Podesta and Nick Pope) , and the overall topic of U.S. government cover ups.

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2017's most intriguing stories

As the year comes to close, 2017 wasn't short on stories in the world of ufology and cryptozoology due to the amazing efforts of journalists, authors, ufologists, podcasters and researchers in these fields. There's simply too many stories to name, and nailing down a select few to cover here isn't easy, but here are some that sparked the interest of the field and this site.

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BOOK REVIEW: 'The Gods Never Left us' by Erich Von Daniken

What is marketed as the "long-awaited sequel to the worldwide best-seller 'Chariots Of The Gods'" ( all those books Erich Von Daniken has written in the past 50 years don't count as sequels?), "The Gods Never Left Us" is really just another Von Daniken book, and that's fine.It's not a proper sequel, yet it does build on and discuss the ancient astronaut theory made  famous in "Chariots Of The Gods."

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