Wikileaks Reveals: Major General William N. McCasland involved in UFO disclosure movement

Major General William N. McCasland (USAF, ret.)

As Dr. Michael Salla explains, in a hacked email addressed to John Podesta, chairman of the Hillary Clinton Presidential Campaign, dated January 25th, 2016, with the subject header “General McCasland”, rockstar Tom DeLonge explains concerning General McCasland:

“He mentioned he’s a “skeptic”, he’s not. I’ve been working with him for four months. I just got done giving him a four hour presentation on the entire project a few weeks ago. Trust me, the advice is already been happening on how to do all this. He just has to say that out loud, but he is very, very aware — as he was in charge of all of the stuff. When Roswell crashed, they shipped it to the laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base. General McCasland was in charge of that exact laboratory up to a couple years ago. He not only knows what I’m trying to achieve, he helped assemble my advisory team. He’s a very important man.”

The leak details how General McCasland has been helping Tom assemble a team of 10 advisors, explaining how to release the truth about the UFO reality to the world, along with the secret space program headed by the U.S. Air Force, which has been mobilizing anti-gravity technology. In the book Sekret Machines: Chasing Shadows, co-authored by DeLonge, he details assistance provided to him by an unnamed general who has been helping him assemble a team of these advisors. DeLonge’s book states:

“I’ve had meetings in mysterious rooms far out in the desert. I’ve had meetings at the highest levels of NASA. I have had conversations at research centers, think tanks, and even on the phone connected to secret facilities. I’ve been introduced to a man whom I call “the Scientist,” and another whom I call “the General.” And there are many more of whom I cannot say much about, but some have become true friends, and all have become close counselors. Each of these men has all held, or currently holds, the highest offices of the military and scientific elite. The point is, I have done it. I have assembled a team of men and women “in the know.” And they all believe I am doing something of value, something worth their time and yours.”

Remarkably, as Dr. Salla points out, there is an endorsement on the back of the book by another high-ranking military figure, U.S. Air Force General Major General Michael Carey, who says:

“Sekret Machines scratches at the surface of “who do” we trust with our classified technology — certainly our adversaries are aware of our undertakings, as they are doing the same, but what of our citizens, our politicians, even our own military. Tom DeLonge and A.J. Hartley create a convincing narrative describing the “cat and mouse” game that is timeless between strategic adversaries. It has existed under the sea, on the surface of the earth and in its skies, why wouldn’t we believe it occurs in space. Our military leaders have been saying space is a contested environment for years now, perhaps we should believe them!”

DeLonge’s book explains a secret space program involving the U.S. Air Force that involves a network of corporations developing crafts powered by anti-gravity technology adopted from experimentation conducted by Nazi Germany. According to DeLonge, construction of these vehicles takes place at the notorious S-4, near Area 51.