In a recently-released data-dump of emails hacked from Hillary Clinton’s email account, Wikileaks included approximately 1,100 emails belonging to her campaign manager, John Podesta. Among them were two recent emails from Apollo 14 astronaut Edgar Mitchell, a long-time advocate of UFO research, discussing a potential meeting between the two regarding the weaponization of space, zero-point energy, and possible extraterrestrial involvement.

"Because the War in Space race is heating up, I felt you should be aware of several factors as you and I schedule our Skype talk."

Podesta, former Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton, is also not shy about his interest in the UFO phenomenon, to the point of having lamented on social media his regret for not being able to secure the disclosure of UFO files during his tenure as Counselor to President Barack Obama.

In his Jan 18, 2015 email, Mitchell expressed his concern over the potential ramifications of space treaties between Russia and China, and included links to numerous articles on the subject of the weaponization of space in a follow-up letter on Aug 18, 2015. But he also included two rather curious lines, hinting at extraterrestrial involvement:

"Remember, our nonviolent ETI 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."

Both emails are rather short on details — their main purpose appears to be to set up a meeting between Mitchell and Podesta, and we can’t tell if Mitchell’s hints at the policies of the ETI entities he mentions comes from insider knowledge, or what he had learned from his research into the UFO phenomenon. Unfortunately, Mitchell passed away earlier this year, taking whatever insight he might have held with him.

Also amongst the emails were arrangements for a meeting between Podesta and Tom DeLonge, the former guitarist and singer for the band Blink-182. DeLonge was looking to introduce Podesta to what he cryptically described as "two very "important" people", "both were in charge of most fragile divisions, as it relates to Classified Science and DOD topics."

Subsequent emails with DeLonge imply that a meeting amongst these individuals took place online. Another email confirmed that Susan McCasland Wilkerson, a colonel with the USAF Reserve and a Ph.D. in Philosophy had agreed to attend a meeting referred to as "DeLonge/Podesta Meeting", although the email wasn’t clear as to whether or not this was the same meeting that DeLonge had arranged earlier.

Perhaps even more telling was a follow-up email from DeLonge, vouching for a "General McCasland" not being a "skeptic", but rather someone in charge of a laboratory at Wright-Patterson AFB that had reportedly handled material from the Roswell incident. He appears to be referring to Major General William N. McCasland, Commander of the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio:

"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," DeLonge wrote.

"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."