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Skeptics and non-believers can be attributed to any belief system but one that has always raised eyebrows and comments of skepticism is the idea of alien life outside of Earth. Just like any belief there are firm supporters, and former Blink-182 rocker Tom DeLonge has recently shared his story of an alien encounter at Area 51, insisting aliens are indeed real.
In an interview with Paper magazine, DeLonge revealed that before anything he has always had a great interest in extraterrestrial life and has dedicated quite a bit of time into researching it, studying it and talking to the best minds in the area about the truth of alien existence.
On top of explaining his involvement with alien discovery, he also shared a personal story which he believes was an alien encounter while he and some friends were camping on the infamous Area 51 site back in November, posting some photos from his trip on his Instagram.
“We had two nights. We did one outside of a secret base called China Lake. And that was on the flight path to Area 51, which is known as Groom Lake. We camped out at the northern end of that, about 200 miles from the nearest staff location.”
He went on to explain the importance of freeing your mind to be open for communication, “So part of communicating and making contact is shutting your mind down and being able to project your thoughts […] When we went out there the first night, we decided to run through this protocol where you project your thoughts.”
He then told his friends that if anything were to happen, it would happen around 3 a.m. because that is when most encounters happen, “I woke up right around three a.m. My whole body felt like it had static electricity, and I open my eyes and the fire is still going, and there’s conversation going on outside the tent. It sounded like there about 20 people there, talking. And instantly my mind goes, ‘Ok, they’re at our campsite, they’re not here to hurt us, they’re talking about shit, but I can’t make out what they’re saying. But they’re working on something.’ Then I close my eyes and wake up, and the fire is out and I have about three hours of lost time.”
Another guy in his group also heard the same thing, confirming DeLonge’s experience, and whether you believe him or not, DeLonge says it is “dumb” to assume there is no other life out there.
“It’s totally, universally accepted amongst the country’s elite scientific establishments that there’s life everywhere. The question is what kind, where, how’d they get here, what are they doing when they get here, and how do we communicate with them?”
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