Cosmic Disclosure: Corey Goode and David Wilcock : Good but . . . .
(on Gaia TV )
I am undecided about Corey: some parts of his story are very hard to accept such as what he calls the “Twenty and back” where young people serve in space for twenty years then are reverse aged and memory wiped so that they remember nothing of their time – and then return to the almost the same time they left to serve, thus nobody knows about it. Corey says he is an unusual one as his memory wipe didn’t work – or maybe something or someone gave it back to him. He doesn’t exactly say.
Never mind anything else, this is hard to accept. I understand that as a teen myself I wished that I could fly around in space and meet aliens and so on . . . . so it would be easy to imagine it all . . . . . and yet Corey comes across as genuine.If that means anything.
So I give him an “undecided” because I think that some of what he claims is true . . . . and wait to see if any more will be confirmed. Somehow.
The Secret Space Program story neatly combines several threads together: first it claims that all “spiritual technology” is denigrated here in the west because it really works and can be used to do all sorts of amazing things that can also be enhanced using technology. Of course, since it has military applications it must be denigrated and ridiculed in public, right?
Then there is the group of claims that there is an entire series of space colonies populated by humans out there: Mars, the moon, the Asteroid belt, all the way out to the Oort Cloud – there are said to be more than seven million humans on Mars alone.
There are also hundreds, thousands, millions of alien races – all of them basically humanoid in shape but otherwise varied in colour, shape and so on. It’s a big, busy galaxy and we are a stop on a cosmic “silk road”.
The whole of our science is basically faulty : the universe is primarily electromagnetic, there is no speed of light limit and space travel is commonplace.
Not only that, but there are portals or "wormholes" everywhere too: some are natural but there are plenty of artificial ones that can be used to travel instantly across space to other planets etc. etc.
His story matches diverse elements from history into a coherent whole – for example, supposedly some Germans before and during WW2 developed secret flying saucers but those responsible left Germany and Hitler’s people long before the end and moved to a base in Antarctica where the easily defeated Admiral Byrd and his forces during “Operation High Jump” - which is well reported, although the exact details are not clear.
Things like this make me think either he is good at assembling history into a neat whole, or he really does have some serious inside information.
For me at the moment, the big question is whether “spiritual technology” is real or not.
I can take it a step further though: even if there is a “spiritual realm” or “higher dimensions” that we can connect with, if I can’t sense or connect with these in some way it is meaningless to me.
This is not about logic or science, it’s simply experience.
Yes, I have had dreams where I floated around and seemed to be looking at the outside world – but there was no information gained that could be confirmed later in the waking world – so it might as well have been all just a dream, and that is the cruncher: whatever other worlds may exist in dreaming or some other state, if it does not connect with or somehow have meaning in the real world, it is no more than “brain farts” as some people call dreaming.
I admit , I would like to believe in what Corey is saying, but I have no supporting evidence about any of it apart from a few indirect real historical events – or other YouTube vids which have the same credibility problems as Corey’s own claims. Yes, there are a group of YT channels or presenters that seem to be all singing from the same songsheet – There is “The Event”, Corey and others I can’t recall at the moment - all provide mutual supporting evidence and promise The Event is coming soon when all the bad boys will get their just deserts – and of course I would be happy to see some of the horrors of our world ended and the perpetrators on trial, along with the secrets brought out into the open so we can save our planet and ourselves . . . . . but it does seem to be all very optimistic too, and totally unlike any time in the past. I would welcome an end to the ignorance of this current age, but hope will not be enough to bring that about.
Corey makes amazing claims but has no supporting evidence apart from a few other people who have appeared on his show – and they don’t seem to have any material evidence either.
For me, his credibility is not helped by working with David Wilcock who I have decided is totally outside my reality: he is something like a religious preacher - he makes grandiose claims but just like Corey has no, I repeat NO solid supporting evidence – and when people make claims such as he recently did about some sort of apocalypse that only “the pure at heart” will survive I must call it bullshit – because there is no historical precedent. It is true that things happen that don’t have any historical precedent, of course, but I will wait and see.
It seems that I am a very un-spiritual person, not having any memories of past lives or recall of out-of-body journeys etc. etc. and despite my time as a church member Jesus never saved me, and I don’t think any of that will change in a hurry. Maybe I’m just a young soul who is only on my third or fourth life. :)
I just don’t accept anything blindly and to me “faith” is a con. Faith gets people all expecting things so that they might even delude themselves into making things appear in their own imaginations: it’s a sort of self hypnosis.
I don’t do faith. Give me something real, or admit it’s fiction.
I bought David’s book, “The Ascencion Mysteries” but I can’t read it, but that is much better than “The Law Of One’ which he draws a lot of his ideas from in the book. It is available free on the net: but it is really unreadable. I stopped reading it when it got to a part where it said something like “The Pyramids build themselves”. It’s worse than legalese too – the way it is written is quite, well, alien.
So why do I still watch Corey and David? Because it is an entertaining story. It expresses what I concluded myself as a child – that we are just a little ball of dirt at the edge of a big galaxy and it is full of life and living beings travelling, trading and doing whatever else they do . . . . we are just a handful of primitives down here who are just not getting out there yet, for some reason. The very idea of a dead, empty galaxy has always been silly to me: as I wrote ina previous post, why do our scientists assume they have discovered everything and that there is nothing out there because their instruments can't pick up anything? It's foolish. As silly as the speed of light being a limit.
I guess I’m still hoping that somehow something will turn up that provides some better evidence supporting his claims. There are oddments that might indirectly support some of the claims but nothing concrete . . . . and none of it really relates to us real folks living down here on Earth, which is the bottom line of it all: how does this story relate to me? Nothing in the story has direct meaning for my life: no UFOs ever dropped in on me or put on a show even when I tried with the help of others (but that’s another story) - but if you want an intriguing story that reads like grand sci-fi, check out the show - and if you do find something that does support the SSP story, let me know, huh?