Sunday, December 4, 2016

Cosmic Disclosure with Corey Goode and David Wilcock – Troubling Encounters – Rushed Meetings and Unanswered Questions

Considering the theme of the last episode of Cosmic Disclosure, this discussion seems to fit in the same category. This category is on subjects that may not be the most pleasant among other topics, but which offer value in a different way. This discussion leans toward topics which at times, might be seen as negative at first glance. However, there are multiple lessons within the disclosures of Corey Goode which may prove to be valuable for each one of us.

In this discussion, we hear of an instance when Goode experiences multiple meetings and abductions in rapid succession. The combination of these events seems quite enigmatic compared to the more straightforward experiences discussed in the past. After each of these encounters, Goode was left confused as to the reasoning behind their purpose.

Each of these meetings seemed rushed, ambiguous, and sometimes even self-contradictory. We cannot know as of yet the true reasoning behind the nature of these encounters. However, we can rest assured that there is more to uncover within this unfolding story.

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David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with Corey Goode, our insider's insider. And in this episode, we are continuing our fascinating investigation into the updates that he has been experiencing as this whole narrative moves forward, and all of the intrigue and the interesting things that are going on.

So without further ado, Corey, welcome back to the show.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: So where we last left you, we were talking about how you are now getting intel that is interesting to you, but that it's going through a review process.

And that seems similar to the job that you were offered before that you turned down when we discussed this in previous update episodes, where you were going to kind of fulfill the role that Gonzales was filling, because they had nobody else who could do it, but then you turned them down.

Now it seems like, in a sense, you have something like that, where you're getting some intel. You have to maintain some confidentiality. You can't tell me or anyone else.

Do you feel like that's the same thing, or do you feel like those things are different? What you're doing now is different than what they offered before.

Corey: It's much different.

David: Okay.

Corey: What I would have done with them before would involve me not doing TV shows.

David: Not at all?

Corey: Right. It would have involved me basically disappearing into the background and taking over doing what Gonzales was doing when he was here.

David: Would you have had to say that everything you said was a lie and discredit yourself, or would you just disappear?

Corey: Just sort of disappear.

David: Wow!

Corey: Yeah. So, yeah, things definitely . . . and in this topic have escalated since then. There are three incidents I'd like to talk about today, and we can . . . and a couple of them were pretty quick, so we can cover them fairly quickly.

I had a number of encounters over the last couple of months, and the number of pickups I've had to go to the Blue Sphere has increased.

David: Hm.

Corey: And there's obviously something, something . . . It's picked up. Something is going on.

David: There was a period of time where you really weren't getting that at all . . .

Corey: Right.

David: . . . and it had kind of just become you and Ka-Aree and The Construct for the most part with Gonzales.

Corey: Right. And I was literally withdrawing from not having fresh intelligence. It was . . .

David: Right. You were starting to lose your inspiration.

Corey: I was.

David: Yeah.

Corey: Well, not anymore. There . . . A . . . Some of these almost blend together because I wasn't documenting them as soon as they happened because I had other things going on.

David: You were doing some of your own events for the first time. Those events were deemed very successful. I've heard really positive feedback about you at Mt. Shasta, for example, those kinds of things.

Corey: Right. But the meetings kind of have changed a little bit. They've been more frequent, and in some cases rushed, like the one I'm about to tell you about.

David: Okay.

Corey: I was at home, and I got picked up in the normal way with a Blue Sphere. And the Sphere took me up, or the Blue Orb took me up, to a giant Blue Sphere again.

And immediately I noticed Tear-Eir and Gonzales and Mica together, and they were real close to me this time.

David: Hm.

Corey: And I was looking at Mica, because I like to look at him. He's just so . . . He's just beautiful as a being – his energy.

And Gonzales stepped forward and grabbed my hand, and just did one . . . a one pump shake like that.

And I noticed Mica was watching us very closely. And then Gonzales went on to talk a little bit about what had been occurring in recent meetings, that they were getting further and further along on this new financial system, that the transition they were hoping to be smooth, but more than likely would be rocky, and that I should put some money into some precious metals, and that I should definitely make sure that I have enough food on hand for me and my loved ones for a period of time.

David: Okay. What do you mean by rocky?

Corey: Not a smooth transition. There could be a complete drop in commerce for a period of time to where, you know, kind of similar . . . if there's a hurricane, all the food gets wiped out in six hours and then there are no new trucks coming in. You know, that kind of a situation.

David: We've heard about this financial change before, and some of the things you've leaked in the past indicated that they kind of want to just change it over without really telling us anything, but what you're describing now sounds like there would be some kind of an announcement.

Corey: Yes.

David: This would not just be a covert operation.

Corey: No, it won't be covert, and there will be some disruption, according to what Gonzales was saying.

David: Okay.

Corey: So we covered that a little bit, and then we went back on to the topic of the false SSP whistleblowers, and the program that they're getting more and more intelligence on that is about to be executed against people who were involved with the SSP program to discredit us.

And there were some more details about that that I'd like to keep to myself for now. And then he very quickly and abruptly ended the conversation, reached over, gave me a shake again, and he doesn't normally shake my hand.

And he walked back and stood next to Mica.

And I'd been glancing over at Mica throughout the short conversation, and he was observing us very closely.

Mica walks up to me, sticks his hand out, so I stick my hand out, and he does a one pump shake. And he looked very pleased with himself that he was partaking in our culture in some way.

David: Ha, ha.

Corey: And he said, “Let's walk and talk,” and he slid his arm inside of my arm like you do it you're walking along with usually a person of the opposite sex. And I guess I was as little uncomfortable by it, and he noticed within two or three steps, and then he pulled his arm out and put it to his side. And then we kind of walked a big circle talking and then came back to where Gonzales was.

But while we were doing a short little walk and talk, he started telling me that his people are beginning to reach out to our people in their dream state to introduce themselves and to impart information, to give us teachings on how to extricate ourselves from this current control system of the Draco, which they successfully did, how to come together as a society when our society has been programmed to inter-fight.

So his people are beginning to lay the groundwork for open contact and assistance from them in the future.

It was, again, a very rushed conversation as we were walking and talking, and I had some questions I wanted to ask him, and it was along the lines of how his people are going to interact with ours.

He mentioned a few brief things about how his society struggled to go through the transition that they needed to to become what they were today.

David: Hm.

Corey: And he was just letting me know that it is not a smooth transition, and that his people are going to be here to help us through it.

David: Right. That's very cool.

Corey: The only thing that I really got out of it that was really new was the information about his people starting to reach out to ours, which is exciting.

So Mica walked right up to Gonzales, and I was about to ask him a couple questions. And, as a matter of fact, in the beginning, I told him I had a couple of questions.

He asked if I was able to process the information that he'd given me last time, and I told him, “Yes. I had spent a lot of time thinking about it, and I had a few questions.”

And he said, “There will always be time for questions.”

And then at the end, I thought I was going to get to ask one of those questions, but instead he just walked me up to Gonzales, and he stood next to Gonzales and turned towards me, and a Blue Sphere appeared behind him and Gonzales and shot out immediately to me.

David: Hm.

Corey: It was time to go, so I went home and that was the end of that encounter.

It was very soon after this though that I was picked up again by this military-industrial complex Secret Space Program that had interrogated me months before.

David: Okay. So when the MIC picked you up this time, did it have any difference in quality to some of the other ones, because some of the ones you reported in these previous updates sounded pretty hostile, pretty unpleasant?

Corey: Well, this was a little more cordial, a little bit more. All of a sudden, I was awake after going to bed. I was awake, and I'm walking down my alley barefoot in my shorts and t-shirt that I sleep in.

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David: Oh, my gosh.

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Some of us may be familiar with the symptom of sleepwalking as a common symptom among abductees. There are multiple telltale signs that a person has undergone multiple abductions such as missing time, awakening outdoors or in strange places with no memory of how they got there. Each of these can be unnerving, but as stated, they can be typical in the lives of those who have been abducted multiple times.

Personally, I could count on one hand the number of times I have sleepwalked in my life (or at least those I remember). There have been times when I was allowed to see what was actually taking place while being abducted. I would see my house and my room while walking toward my bed with beings around me of different types. On one occasion, the scene seemed strange because one of my bedroom walls was completely missing, and I could see outside as though the wall didn't exist.

Among each of these experiences, that of losing the ability to speak and to move on my own was probably the most unnerving among them. So I can imagine the experience of walking at night toward an unknown group of people and a strange aircraft would not be the most pleasant experience.

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Corey: And as I'm rounding around a gate to this parking lot that's right next to my house, I see this huge craft using it as a landing pad, and there are two . . . looked like Air Force airmen standing outside.

David: What do you mean by huge? How huge is huge?

Corey: It is probably about 100-feet long.

David: Wow!

Corey: It was big.

David: What did it look like?

Corey: It looked similar to some of the shuttlecraft that the SSP had transported me on, including the Mars Adventure that we reported on, configuration wise, but this was more of a stealth-looking craft.

It didn't have wings on the side. It was . . . If you looked at it from the top, as weird as it sounds, it was shaped sort of like a fish.

It's nose curved up. The fuselage was narrow all the way to the back, and then these two little fin-looking things came out. Looked like tails.

David: Hm.

Corey: Looked kind of like the tail section of a conventional craft without a stabilizer.

David: Okay.

Corey: And the ramp at the back was at the tail, opened down this way. [Corey points with a sharp angle downward.] It was a ramp with stairs on it, very narrow – enough for one person to go up.

David: Did it have landing gear, or did it hover?

Corey: No, it had landing gear just like a conventional craft.

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It was honestly surprising to see the design of these ships that Corey Goode describes. We may recall past testimonies of how stealth technology has evolved in leaps and bounds since its invention. It also makes sense that we as the general public have not yet seen the extent to which this technology has been developed.

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It is not difficult to believe that the general stealth designs such as the B2 would be used in more advanced craft. If there were a classified, exo-atmospheric craft such as the one Goode described, I can imagine that this design would be used. However, this does make me curious as to why the elevators/fins are positioned the way they are.

To hear about the ramp of this craft also makes me curious as to what the designers were thinking. The rear of a craft seems to be a strange place for an entry point. Also to have such a thin ramp so high off of the ground does not seem very practical. It may have been that the door to this craft was treated more as an afterthought, or possibly as an adaptation to ensure structural integrity while the craft is undergoing excessive G-forces during atmospheric exit and reentry. However, these are only guesses.

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David: Okay. And what was the surface appearance? What color . . . Whatever did it look like?

Corey: It looked like a stealth craft.

David: So black?

Corey: Grayish, almost black.

David: And they landed this 100 ft. craft in a parking lot or something?

Corey: Yes, in a residential area.

David: Wow!

Corey: Yeah. So the two airmen that were waiting for me walked me up this ramp - very narrow, VERY steep ramp.

So I walk up the ramp. I walk through a room that's mostly dark, but there are cargo nets on the ceiling and wall, and something's in the cargo nets. It's some sort of storage area.

And then we walk through a small other little area that looked like you might prepare food in it. It was just a real small area.

David: Okay.

Corey: And then we walked through the next door, and I found myself in the exact same room where I was before, where it had the three chairs on the wall and the two beds on the wall.

David: Oh, my goodness.

Corey: And my heart was beating really fast. I was . . . I was . . . I was worried.

David: That's the interrogation room.

Corey: Yes.

David: Yeah.

Corey: So the two airmen had me sit down in the same chair, and then they buckled me in . . .

David: Wow!

Corey: . . . strapped me in, and then left without saying a word. They didn't say a word at all in the beginning. And next thing I know, they . . .

David: But they also had somehow been able to control your mind, right, because you say you wake up sleep walking in your pajamas in the alley next to your house?

Corey: And not only that, after I woke up and was wondering what was going on, I was still automatically going where they wanted me to.

David: Really?

Corey: Yeah.

David: Your body was like on its own thing.

Corey: Mm-hmm.

David: Wow!

Corey: Yeah.

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David: So now you're in a chair strapped in, just like last time. You must have been really freaking out by this point.

Corey: Right, and I did . . .

David: Because nobody talks to you.

Corey: Right. And I wasn't encouraged when they came out . . . The two airmen came out and had this cart, a rolling cart on the floor that they were messing with syringes and other things on.

David: Oh, my gosh.

Corey: So they were preparing to do some sort of an exam, and I could see what was going on. I could tell that they were about to perform an exam.

David: Like a chemical interrogation or something.

Corey: I didn't know what. And while I'm looking at them doing this, the door opens in the front closer to where the cockpit is, and in comes this older guy in an Air Force uniform as well, BDU-type uniform. [BDU: battle-dress uniform]

It looked like the day you buy them. It didn't have any of the flir or patches that you have on the shoulders or chest that indicate your name, rank . . .

David: Ah. Wow, that's weird.

Corey: . . . or where you're assigned. And he came in the room and they snapped to attention, so I could tell immediately that he was in charge.

David: And what did this guy look like? What was his basic facial features?

Corey: He looked like he was about 5' 10”, 5' 9”. He looked like he was in his late 50s, maybe early 60s. He had a white goatee and white short hair.

David: Okay.

Corey: Yes, and he carried himself very cocky, like he's in charge.

David: Wow! Okay.

Corey: So he sits down in the chair right next to me, I mean, right next to me, and begins asking me just questions about . . . again, like the Lunar Operation Command, about individuals that I had given up the last time, how I knew them. He was obviously skeptical.

He was telling me that, “You know that all the people I work with in all these programs are laughing at you and ridiculing you, right?”

And I said, “Yes, I've heard that.”

And he was addressing me by my first name, and I asked him, I said, “How should I address you?”

And he just gave me this look like I was an idiot, and he said, “You can address me as 'Sir'”.

I said, “Okay, sir.” I said, “What is going on?” I said, “I've been through this before. You got the information that you wanted from me, right?”

And he told me that he didn't believe it.

David: But didn't they have scientific validation that you'd been to these places by taking hair samples, and you had traces from those places in your hair?

Corey: Yes.

David: Okay.

Corey: And while we were having this conversation, the two airmen immediately walked over and repeated the process. They took blood, skin scrapings, swab in my cheek and took more hair.

David: Now before any of that happened, you say he sat down right next to you. Was there any threat? I mean, obviously that you're not going to do it, but is there any threat once you've been harnessed into this chair that you could have gotten your hands on him or tried to attack him in some way?

Or were you harnessed in such a way that that wouldn't have been possible?

Corey: He was close enough to where I could've messed with him.

David: Okay.

Corey: Yeah.

David: So he's pretty brave then or trusting to get down next to you and not think that that might happen.

Corey: Yeah. Well, I was strapped down in a folding chair, clearly at a disadvantage.

David: Of course. Right.

Corey: Right.

David: There's no benefit to you doing that.

Corey: Right. I mean, they'd take me out and throw me into outer space if I did something like that.

David: Right.

Corey: And he said, “Yes,” he said, “the men that did those tests were working under my orders, but I don't trust the results.”

He said, “I am here to observe the tests being done again, . . . “

David: Oh, wow!

Corey: “. . . and to also maintain chain of custody on the evidence” that they gain. He's going to bring it to the lab himself, basically.

David: So he would obviously be part of that MIC program in which it's so compartmentalized that they're told they're the top, and they have no idea of this world that about six other people besides you have told me about – that's what we're calling the Secret Space Program. He just has no idea about it.

Corey: Yeah, that's definitely how it seemed, but he was being real coy. He was . . . He seemed like he was reading me. When he was asking me questions, I felt like it was a human lie detector test.

David: Hm.

Corey: You know, he was . . . He just had that air about him.

David: Okay.

Corey: So they had already taken the samples from me, and they had left the room, and then – 'they' being the two airmen -

David: Okay.

Corey: - and this other guy remained with me, they guy in charge. The two airmen come back in, and I see in their hand they have another one of those iPads that they'd showed me before.

David: Oh, boy.

Corey: And he said, “I would like you to look through these pictures and let me know if you see anyone that you recognize.”

And I immediately closed my eyes. And when I had my eyes closed, I was sitting there because they held it up. I could see six photos of people – headshots. So I closed my eyes.

I was like, “No, I'm not going to do this again. I'm not going to do this again.”

And I hear walking around, and then all of a sudden I hear this “bizzZH, bizzZH” sound, and I felt it all through my body, and I felt myself just going to . . . not to sleep, but just . . . I no longer had control of my body.

David: Wow!

Corey: It changed my state of consciousness somehow. And my eyes were open, and I was hanging down with my head down. And my head was basically looking at my lap – my face was.

And I saw the iPad slide under, and just . . .

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It honestly confuses me as to why these meetings with these abductors even take place. If these Lower Level SSP personnel don't believe Corey Goode's story and if they consider it a joke, why pick him up? Why do such invasive procedures on him and violate his life in so many ways just to laugh at him. I realize that these people are most likely under orders. However, considering all of their skill and experience with bizarre situations, it does not seem that they understand this situation very well.

It confuses me as to where these people fit into the narrative. Are they actually working for the resistance, or do they have some other motives in mind? If they are truly working for the positive Alliance, their methods don't always seem to be the most courteous.

It is clear that they have vested interests in learning who Corey Goode really is and whether or not his stories are true. One possibly positive result from this whole ordeal may be if those in the Lower Level SSP realize that there are multiple levels of operation above their own. This may cause them to take steps to alter their operations. It may even discourage them from attempting to promote partial disclosure as they have been reported to be preparing for.

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David: This is very similar to what happened last time.

Corey: Yep.

David: Yeah.

Corey: Just like last time. They went through, and it was the same three individuals. It was no one new – Gonzales and the two others. I identified them again.

And then he stated that he thought that this SSP Alliance I was talking about were people from one of the groups he oversees that had broken away.

David: Hm.

Corey: Because, indeed, one of the people did belong to one of those groups that reported to him.

David: Hm.

Corey: And he was thinking that there was some craziness going on inside his rank.

David: Did you get the sense that he wanted us to know the truth, us as humanity, at some point, or did you get the sense that he wanted to keep this very secret?

Corey: My sense was that he was there to do a job, and his job was to find out if I was full of it or not . . .

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David: Okay.

Corey: . . . by taking these trace samples that he had his men do. And he wanted . . . I guess, he was one of these “show me” kind of people. He wanted to see for himself.

David: Right.

Corey: So after I identified the people in the photos, they turned off the device, and I looked up, and he wasn't sitting next to me anymore. He was gone.

And I was thinking, “Well, if I don't remember him leaving, what else happened that I don't remember?”

David: Well, you said from the previous one that you recovered memories in which they were saying things to you like, “You will forget. You will forget.”

Corey: Yes. Yes. And that hasn't happened yet, anyway, in this. I don't have any recollection of that.

David: Okay.

Corey: But it was after that the meeting was over, and the two airmen where escorting me out the way I came. And I was feeling pretty indignant. I was not happy with the way I had been treated.

So I was kind of trying to put a air on of a little bit of confidence or cockiness. And it lasted maybe about 10 steps, because when they were bringing me down that steep ramp, my knee buckled – my bad knee buckled.

David: It's like instant karma.

Corey: Yeah. And . . .

David: Because the beings are all about you being in this state of positive service to others, Ascension-compatible consciousness, and you'd gone into this negative frequency.

Corey: I guess.

David: Wow!

Corey: But . . .

David: So your knee buckled?

Corey: Yeah, I was about halfway down the ramp, and my knee kind of buckled and twinged. It hurt. I was, like, “Ah!” And I almost fell off the side about 8 ft. down to the concrete.

David: Oh, wow!

Corey: And the airman behind me, he reached up and he grabbed my elbow like this, because I was falling.

And when he did, it twisted my back. I pulled a muscle in my back, and I couldn't go down the rest of the stairs.

And the airmen were mad. They were upset that I got hurt. And they were discussing that I got hurt in their custody while . . . under a big wig. They were worried about it. And they were discussing, should they take me back up the ramp or take me home.

And at that point, I said, if I have a vote, I'd like to go home, please. So . . .

David: Yeah, really.

Corey: Yeah. They looked at each other and then glanced back up the ramp, and then helped me the rest of the way down the ramp. And then they helped me walk all the way through my alley, all the way into my backyard.

And they were about to walk me in through my back door when I was like, “Wait a minute!” I thought about my family being in there, and it just . . . I had a visceral reaction.

And I said, “I'll hobble to my couch and sleep there.” And . . .

David: Wow!

Corey: . . . they didn't say anything. They just turned around and jogged off into the dark.

David: Hm.

Corey: So I hobbled over, and I go to sit down on the couch, and I sit down, and before I can get my weight all the way back and get comfortable, a Blue Sphere shoots through the wall, never slows down, and snags me and picks me up.

David: Wow!

Corey: Just “shoosh” like that.

David: That's never happened that way before.

Corey: No-o-o-o. I was caught way off guard. And then I find myself standing in one of these ancient Mayan vessels that are made out of stone, that are giant cylinders – motherships.

Looks like they were just cut out of the inside of a mountain and then teleported into space. It's like being in a cave almost.

And I'm standing in a very familiar room.

Before I even started shooting “Cosmic Disclosure” and right before . . . it was before I even started talking to you about this, I had had a detached retina.

And while having the surgery, I had shots in the eye a lot, and it brought back a lot of memories. And I went through a period to where I was depressed, upset. I couldn't hardly get out of bed.

And I was picked up by the Mayans, and that was the first time I ever saw Gonzales. He was with them. I didn't know him.

David: Oh.

Corey: He was translating for them basically because they wouldn't connect with me. They wouldn't interface with me.

And they went through a process where they put like a halo kind of thing on my head, and it went “thupt” sucked to my scalp when they did.

And they were running their hands over this floating rectangle that was just levitating in the middle of a room that was stone, and it was plain.

They were just doing this [Corey moves his hands around in the air]. And it was explained to me that they were doing work to help me disassociate from a lot of those traumatic memories, so that I . . .

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One thing that I found interesting was that the Mayan ship described by Goode was similar to one I have seen in one of Matt Groening's cartoons, Futurama. This was an episode called “Farewell to Arms,” and aired in June of 2012.

The episode was a satirical representation of the typical end-of-the-world theme and the Mayan calendar. There was one detail within this episode that seemed strangely out of place. This was a Mayan space ship that had been buried millennia ago and was only unearthed after the Planet Express crew (the company in the program) solved the mystery that kept it hidden.

They found the Mayan ship—which was also made completely of stone—still worked and flew to Mars, only to find that Mars was actually the planet that was going to be destroyed. The image of this stone ship was strange. One would think that such a heavy and brittle ship from ancient times would not be capable of space flight.

There was also another very interesting aspect to this episode. As the story line continued, the characters found out that Mars was going to be destroyed, and had to escape yet again. While watching this show, the viewer is shown a scene of imminent doom for the planet Mars and advanced people in an ancient ship flying to Earth for refuge. As many of us may realize, this is very similar to the story of how Earth was colonized by ancient Martian refugees. In this way, Futurama shows itself to be far more than just a clever cartoon.

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Many have stated that Matt Groening is a high ranking Freemason, and this is why we see so many coded messages in his series such as The Simpsons and Futurama. It seems reasonable to think that if Matt Groening were a Mason, he would place the Masonic knowledge and beliefs out in the open for the world to see without actually explaining what they meant.

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David: Did they heal your retina as well?

Corey: No, I had already gone through that surgery.

David: Okay. So then what happened this time when you get there again?

Corey: Well, this time I see four of the Mayans standing in the background, and Gonzales standing a little bit in the foreground walking towards me.

And I was like, “What's going on?” And he wasn't really answering me.

He pulls up this stone that is a sphere. It's black. It's close to the size of a tennis ball, and he holds it up to my head, my forehead, and he starts doing like this [Corey moves his hand side to side]. And he's kind of got this concerned look on his face.

David: Hmm.

Corey: And then he kind of brushes the concerned look off of his face, and he asks me, “Have you been feeling strange or having memory issues?”

And I said, “Yes, as a matter of fact, I've been having more and more issues when trying to recall certain information and issues that I didn't have prior."

And he kind of got the concerned look off of his face. He kind of wiped it off, and he said, “Well, actually, I'm kind of surprised that you're able to even remember your kids' names.”

And I was like, “What do you mean?”

He said, “Well, for someone who's been blankslated as many times as you have and spent so much time on the research vessel inside that magnetic field of the torsion drive,” he said, “a lot of people in the programs end up having neurological issues, early onset dementia, and things like that.”

And I commented . . . I was like, “Great. One more side effect from being involved in this stuff.”

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David: Two of the insiders I know, Jacob and Henry Deacon, both have had extensive nerve system problems, just like you said.

Corey: Yes.

David: Same thing.

Corey: Yes. That's very common. He basically just performed this exam on me, and we had a short conversation, and he said, “Well, I guess it's time to get you back home.”

I said, “Wait a minute.” I said, “Are you forgetting something?”

He turned around and looked at me like, “What?”

And I pointed at my knee, because I was standing with all my weight on one leg, and I had my knee kind of limp on the other side.

And I left out, when I first got there, I was hurting. My back was quivering. My knee was hurting. And one of the ancient Mayan people reached up on the same floating piece of stone, just three fingers, went like this [rubbing action], and all of a sudden the pain went away.

David: Wow!

Corey: And the pain was gone during our conversation, but I still . . . my back was stiff and my knee was . . . it was obviously still damaged.

David: So what did he say when you said, “Wait a minute?”

Corey: He said, “I'm sorry. We can't help you out with this one.” He said, “You should be fine in three days or so if you take it easy.” And I was obviously going to have a question after that.

He turned around and started walking towards the four Mayans, and I was going to wait for him to turn around. I was going to ask him a question about, “Why can't you help me out?”

And then a Blue Sphere came, not as quickly as last time, stopped in front of me, and I just read from the situation that the conversation's over. And I indicated that I was ready to go home. The Sphere took me back home.

I was right in front of the couch again, and immediately, my back started spasming. My knee hurt real bad, so I kind of flopped down on the couch and went to sleep. And that was the end of that encounter.

David: Well, I think it's important to point out that neither you nor I or anybody else doing this are exempt from karma. And even if you have access to these beings, they're not just going to interrupt any type of karmic procedure that we have to go through.

So, I guess, that's probably been explained to you before, right, by the Blue Avians, that they can't just take away certain things from you because you might need to experience them for whatever reason, right?

Corey: Right.

David: So did you, in fact, have it clear up after a few days like they said that it would?

Corey: Yep. After about three days, I still had a little bit of problems, but it was good enough to where I could . . . I was mobile again.

David: Is there anything that you'd like to say as sort of a summary or concluding statement? We've had some things here that are a little upsetting, like you sleepwalking and getting re-abducted.

What do you think the re-abduction was about from the MIC group?

Corey: Them trying to confirm their prior test results that some of the brass just . . . They could not accept this information. Just could not accept it.

David: Do you think Gonzales holding that sphere was helping to clear up some of the mind wipe effects that they were causing on you by doing this to you over and over again?

Corey: It seemed as though he was scanning and reading something, and I'd left out . . . I'd asked him why this had happened.

And he said it was all according to plan. And I said, “What plan and how come I'm not privy to this plan?”

And he said everything unfolded the way it was supposed to. He said, “Please just trust me for a little bit longer, and I'll explain it all later.”

David: Do you think it's possible that when they interrogate you, that they're actually getting information that's going to change their organization somehow as they realize this is true?

Corey: Yeah, I think they got some sort of information from me that the Alliance wanted them to get.

David: Very interesting. Well, that's all the time we have for in this episode. It's very enigmatic stuff going on here, and I'm sure that much more will happen in the future. This is an evolving story.

And this is just another chapter in something that apparently has some very exciting stuff for us coming up in the future.

This is “Cosmic Disclosure.” I'm your host, David Wilcock here with Corey Goode, and I thank you for watching.

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To be honest, I found this episode to be interesting, but also to be somewhat of a cliffhanger. We hear that the Lower Level SSP is planning their partial disclosure presentation. We see that various meetings were rushed, ambiguous, and uncommunicative. We've also observed that even for those with integrity of character who are in service to others, that certain areas of vulnerability still exist.
We may look at the situation as an overwhelming challenge, and for some this may be a natural response. However, in a state of conscious awareness, we as human beings have every choice in the matter to create positive outcomes from any experience we have.

In this case, we have the opportunity to manifest a twist in the developing plot of planetary liberation.  We could consider the numerous difficulties that we face—the prospect of partial disclosure and the programmed defamation campaign taking place against valid whistleblowers—as opportunities to turn a significant corner.

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We have heard the Thomas Fuller quote, “It is always darkest just before the Day dawneth,” and most of us can see the value within this statement. We may think of the possibility that our present challenges represent our dark night, and that just beyond them lies our greatest victory. Given we have the courage to see our task through of ending all secrecy of governments, SSP operations, and of corrupt corporate criminals, we will be able to face and to end all offenses against humanity within these areas. When we find that courage within ourselves, we will likely find the undoctored truth ready and waiting for us to examine.

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