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I Want to Believe – WikiLeaks Publishes Cryptic Clinton Campaign’s Emails about UFO


A number of emails of chairman of the Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, John Podesta, relating to the issue of UFO and ‘extraterrestrial intelligence from the contiguous universe’, was published on the WikiLeaks website.

I Want to Believe - WikiLeaks Publishes Cryptic Clinton Campaign's Emails about UFO

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In addition to information about doubtful donations from foreign agents, deals with the Soros Foundation and fragments of Clinton’s speeches to employees of the largest banks, one more interesting detail was found in correspondence of John Podesta, Chairman of the presidential campaign of the candidate from the Democrats. Turns out, the chairman of the Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign is seriously interested in ufology.

In another portion of WikiLeaks publications, there is a letter to head of the electoral headquarters of Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, from some Bob Fish, one of the custodians of the USS Hornet museum ship and the author of a book about an operation on lifting the capsule of the Apollo 11 spacecraft, after its return from the Moon. In the letter Fish asked Podesta to help with collection of specific data on UFO, hinting to his contacts in Washington.

“Random personal observations, fuzzy photographers, and crop circles will never “prove” the existence of anything, especially since UFO appearances to humans are transitory and somewhat related to the observer’s state of mind. What needs to be collected and publicly disseminated is hard scientific data collected from instruments that are known to be accurate and reliable. Within the US, this information has existed for many years and is still available today, if one knows “where to look” and “what to look for,” Fish wrote in the letter, published on the WikiLeaks website.

This is not the only case of Podesta’s correspondence with ufologists and enthusiasts of paranormal research. So, two other letters, received by the Clinton’s team-mate from astronaut Edgar Mitchell, member of the Apollo 14 expedition, were also published on the WikiLeaks website. In the letters Mitchell discussed some technology of “zero point energy” that aliens “from the contiguous universe” are ready to bring to Earth in case of abandonment of the arms race.

“Remember, our nonviolent ETI [extraterrestrial intelligence] from the contiguous universe are helping us bring zero point energy to Earth. They will not tolerate any forms of military violence on Earth or in space,” Mitchell wrote.

John Podesta also received two letters from musician Tom Delonge, one of the founders of the famous rock band Blink-182. In the letters, the musician informed the politician that he can arrange a meeting with “very important people,” who can share secret information about UFO.

“I would like to bring two very ‘important’ people out to meet you in DC. I think you will find them very interesting, as 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. Worth our time, and as well the investment to bring all the way out to you. I just need 2 hours from you,” Delonge wrote.

However, interest of the leading political consultant of Hillary Clinton to the issue of UFO is not limited by this. In 2002, Podesta supported a lawsuit for freedom of information, in which public figures demanded to make public information, related to the alleged crash of a UFO in Kecksburg, Pennsylvania, in 1965.

Also, being an adviser to US Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, Podesta actively supported publication of materials on the study of the UFO phenomenon, collected at different times by the US government.

In January 2016, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) published on its website a number of documents that shed light on investigations of 1940th and 1950th, related to UFO.

I Want to Believe - WikiLeaks Publishes Cryptic Clinton Campaign's Emails about UFO

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