About TMA-1


JUNE 1, 2016

Welcome to The TMA-1 Project.

Dennis Gonzales
Dennis Gonzales

The TMA-1 Project, or TMA1 for short, is a long, overdue idea. After Dennis Gonzales public exhibition project’s successful run from the late nineties to the early two thousands he wasn’t ready to start TMA1 until his current publication, Pow Magazine, had a credible lifespan of at least five years before he could start another. The TMA1 concept is a spin off from the exhibition projects inspired from the Stanley Kubrick film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

In the aforementioned movie and novel, TMA1 is an acronym for Tycho Magnetic Anomaly One, which refers to the strong magnetic field discovered somewhere in the lunar crater Tycho by an American scientific satellite. Astronauts find that this magnetic anomaly is caused by an alien monolith buried forty feet beneath the lunar surface. But, the news of this astonishing find is kept secret from the public because of “potential cultural shock and social disorientation if the facts were prematurely, and suddenly, made public without adequate preparation and conditioning.” Stanley Kubrick’s inspiration on the Brookings Report supported this reasoning written a decade before his landmark film was released. The report commissioned by NASA and created by the Brookings Institution in collaboration with NASA’s Committee on Long-Range Studies states “fruitful understanding might be gained from a comparative study of factors affecting the responses of primitive societies to exposure to technologically advanced societies. Some thrived, some endured, and some died.” Stanley Kubrick hypothesize in his 1968 Playboy interview, “It is possible that all the governments in the world really do take UFOs seriously and perhaps are already engaging in secret study projects to determine their origin, nature and intentions. If so, they may not be disclosing their findings for fear that the public might be alarmed—the danger of cultural shock deriving from confrontation with the unknown” The similarities are uncanny between fact and fiction.

L-R: George Noory (Coast To Coast AM) and Bonnie Bloomgarden (TM1)
L-R: George Noory (Coast To Coast AM) and Bonnie Bloomgarden (TM1)

The purpose for this project is not about reinventing sixty-eight years of research about unidentified flying objects or extraterrestrial contact. But to bring our knowledge and experience of popular culture and political activism through social media by connecting you to the investigators, researchers, lecturers, scientists, abductees, political activist, politicians, and former (or active) government employees about the biggest cover up in human history.

Our mission is clear; what is the purpose of national security protecting us from this cover up? Are “they” interfering with human affairs,or our progress as depicted in 2001? We know visitors are here, we see them in the skies, in orbit, on the ground, under water, in our ancient art, and archaeological structures. We know government scientists have been studying aerial phenomenon for years. We know extraterrestrial materials have been recovered by military and civilians over the years. We know “they” are abducting humans and we know that this mysterious “operand” has been going on for a very long time. We know the government has left paper trails in Freedom Of Information Act for us to figure out what they can’t tell us.

In closing, The TMA-1 Project is to help distinguish between fact and fiction and reach out to the next generation with open minds and acceptance to this incredible experience that has impacted our life through popular culture, religion, and politics. We want to bring you reliable resources available on the Internet on our website and bring you up to speed with events, programs, and our own investigated stories. However, most importantly, we need you to stand with us and learn as much about the truth in this journey.

Thank you.

Dennis Gonzales

Bonnie Bloomgarden

Founders of The TMA-1 Project