The latest dump of hacked emails from the account of Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta contains posts from an astronaut and pop-punk guitarist who share Podesta's interest in UFOs — and getting at the truth that's out there.
Podesta was a fan of the "X-Files" TV show, whose tag line was "The truth is out there," and he has advocated for the release of government documents about aliens and UFOs, the Washington Post has reported.
In one October 2014 hacked email that's been leaked by WikiLeaks, Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell's representative Terri Mansfield asked Podesta for a meeting to discuss how zero-point energy from aliens could save the planet from global warming.
"We work with specific [Extraterrestrial Intelligence] ETI from a contiguous universe," Mansfield's email declares. "They are nonviolent and in complete obedience to God. Our ETI's connection to zero point energy is obvious in that their purpose is to guide Edgar's international Quantrek science team to apply their zero point energy research for humanity, to move away from the use of fossil fuels which are so deleterious to our fragile planet."
Mitchell — who was on the Apollo 14 crew with Alan Shepard and Stuart Roosa that landed on the moon Feb. 5, 1971 — founded Quantrek and the email seems to be an attempt to get Podesta interested in the firm, the Daily Caller reports.
Mitchell died earlier this year.
According to the Washington Times, another email from Blink 182's guitarist Tom DeLonge urged a meeting be arranged with "important people" who had information about classified government programs.
"I would like to bring two very 'important' people out to meet you in DC," the musician wrote in an October 2015 email. "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 [Department of Defense] topics. Other words, these are A-level officials. Worth our time, and as well the investment to bring all the way to you."
The Times reports the emails have heartened those who want the veil lifted on federal documents about all-things UFO.
"There have been people within the community working with Podesta and the Clintons on the subject," Jan Harzan, executive director of the Mutual UFO Network, told the outlet.
"Just having the conversation is very positive to realize the subject is real, and these intelligences, wherever they're from, visit us from time to time and we get reports on it. … We're delighted to see the conversation going on. Hopefully, it will wake people up to the fact that we're not alone in the universe."
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