Amidst the plethora of hacked Clinton campaign emails posted on Wikileaks over the last few days are a handful of curious messages from prominent individuals concerning UFOs.
Remarkably, there are a pair of 2015 emails from Apollo astronaut Edgar Mitchell to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.
In the first email, from January of that year, Mitchell declares to Podesta that “it is urgent that we agree on a date and time to meet to discuss Disclosure and Zero Point Energy.”
The second message, which was sent by Mitchell about eight months later, alludes to a planned Skype conversation with Podesta and includes a number of remarkable statements made by the astronaut.
Mitchell tells Podesta that “our nonviolent ETI from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth” and that “they will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space.”
While the tone of the emails is rather friendly and suggests that perhaps the two men may have had some kind of offline correspondence, a colleague of Mitchell’s told the website GeekWire that the pair never actually met.
Beyond the Mitchell messages are tantalizing emails regarding UFOs that were sent by Tom DeLonge of Blink 182.
In those emails, DeLonge notes that he had interviewed Podesta for a documentary, presumably concerning UFOs, and wants to introduce him to two mysterious individuals who purportedly had inside information regarding the phenomenon.
DeLonge tells Podesta that “they were principal leadership relating to our sensitive topic. Both were in charge of most fragile divisions, as it relates to Classified Science and DOD topics. Other words, these are A-Level officials.”
A subsequent message from DeLonge about four months later mentions a potential whistleblower, named General McCasland, who was allegedly in charge of the secret lab which housed the Roswell wreckage at Wright Patterson Air Force Base.
It is unknown at this time whether DeLonge was successful in arranging any meetings between Podesta and the UFO insiders that the musician has assembled around him.
While the emails serve to confirm Podesta’s longstanding interest in the UFO phenomenon, they offer precious little insight into his own thinking concerning the issue, only what he was being told by Mitchell and DeLonge.
In fact, the leaked messages should actually be a bit disconcerting to UFO disclosure activists in the sense that sensitive names may spill out into the public and potentially scare off any future whistleblowers afraid of being exposed.
To that end, there are no doubt numerous UFO researchers trying to find out everything they can about General McCasland and what he might know about the phenomenon.