Elizondo, Louis

Elizondo, Louis – “Former Director AATIP” * (note)

Why Ufology Must Die by Lue Elizondo, Sep 5, 2022:

“Sadly, the  UFO Community as of late has become somewhat of an irrational morass of mob rule and popularity seekers.  Gone is the respect and decorum, in favor of mosh pit elbow shoves and boot kicks”

Lue Elizondo


* NOTE: “AATIP” was nickname for AAWSAP…
‘The original contractual name for AATIP (and a slightly wider scope of issues for want of a better outline) was the “Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Application Program” (AAWSAP).’
‘Further, “AATIP” was the term used to stipulate UFO work, within the slightly larger Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems Application Program (AAWSAP).’
– Paul Dean


Ongoing Verification of Louis Elizondo’s AAWSAP / AATIP etc. Credentials, Service & Most Recent Actions


@LuAngeles (Luis Jimenez) & The UCR Unidentified Celebrity Review show


John Greenwald & The Black Vault reportage

Steven Greenstreet & The Basement Office series


Jeremy D. McGowan’s (aka UAPx) “My search for the truth about UFOs” article series about his experience with Elizondo & Cohorts

On RV – Remote Viewing

  • Luis Elizondo on Biological UFO Samples, Remote Viewing, and explaining “Somber” #UFOamnesty (Video)  @ 01:09:59 Remote viewing and Lue Elizondo


  • Jeremy McGowan’s claims at his UAPx blog
“It wasn’t long before someone brought up the topic of Remote Viewing, a “thing” that I didn’t and still don’t put much stock in. So, I had a LOT of questions for Lue. I sat at the table as Lue drew out on a napkin how there were different “realms” and how you could astrally project yourself into these realms, and how that (as he tapped his pen on the napkin) if you ever end up in this realm, “…there is no humanity there, you can get lost and never make it back.” 
So, Lue Elizondo, the public face of the latest UFO movement, someone who was apparently a member of The Aviary and maintained (apparently) direct communication with the current UAPTF commander…someone who was previously with the DIA and had apparent ties to the Monroe Institute… was “remote viewing me, in the future.”
Reflecting on Lue’s “future remote viewing” words, I realized precisely what I believed to have happened. Sean was passing on to Lue tidbits of personal information on me, much the same way that “psychics” in road shows do to their audience with the help of the TV show producers… 
That night, back at Lue’s house, another incident of a red flag was about to appear. I felt as if my questioning of his remote viewing had touched a nerve, and while perhaps it was my imagination, I couldn’t shake the feeling as if I was being held off at arm’s length.”

  • October 11, 2017 – Louis Elizondo goes public at To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science press teleconference with Tom DeLonge, without naming the Pentagon’s AATIP. (YouTube Archive). Transcript of broadcast: click here.

Key member of TTSA:

  • Luis Elizondo: FMR Director of Programs to Investigate Unidentified Aerial Threats, USG
TTS ACADEMY: (left to right) Luis Elizondo, Jim Semivan, Stephen Justice, Hal Puthoff, and Christopher Mellon at a recent meeting in Seattle
TTS ACADEMY: (left to right) Luis Elizondo, Jim Semivan, Stephen Justice, Hal Puthoff, and Christopher Mellon at a recent meeting in Seattle

As an investgative reporter with a long standing interest in this subject, who has worked with a few Academy team members in the past, I was shown some of this data at a meeting with them on Oct 4.

Present for that four hour meeting was Luis Eiizondo, who ran an important program at the DOD. Elizondo is a senior career intelligence officer whose experience includes working with the U.S. Army, the Dept of Defense, the National Counterintelligence Executive, and the Director of National Intelligence. He served as the Director for the National Programs Special Management Staff in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. He is also the former Director of Programs to investigate Unidentified Aerial Threats for the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  . . . 

I was told that important unclassified data and documentation are expected to be released through the Academy’s on-line Community of Interest (COI) in collaboration with the US government, which will be set up soon.  . . . 

He stated that he ran “a sensitive aerospace threat identification program focusing on unidentified aerial technologies.” His job at TTS/AAS will be “to work as a liaison and interlocutor in the collection of this information for the Science division, allowing us to collect facts for analysis.” How will this be done? One way is through the COI, which will “provide a platform for the detection and triangulation of phenomena events in real time, and allows two-way communication between the public and our team regarding this information.”  . . . 

It is very important to understand that Lue does not speak for the DOD, since he is no longer employed there; he speaks independently as part of the TTS Academy.

Mainstream News Coverage for Public Exposure of DoD UAP / UFO Program
Louis Elizondo, Former Director of AATIP: Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program

 . . . Susan Lepselter, an anthropology professor at Indiana University Bloomington, pointed out that the times we live in have a lot to do with the fears that inform our thinking about UFOs — from the nuclear era to global warming.

“Our sense of precariousness is very high right now,” Lepselter tells us. “When you think about an alien or UFO, it reminds us we are all citizens of Earth.”