Tuesday, October 2, 2018

New Cosmic Disclosure - Observations and Thoughts on New Alleged Whistleblower Testimony

The Cosmic Disclosure series has been a favorite of mine since its beginning. It has presented some of the most remarkable and astounding testimony the truth community has heard thus far, and the personalities the show has featured have been some of the most well-respected and well-known within the UFO and truth communities.

The show has earned the respect of many viewers and awakened audiences to the possibilities of black projects, classified operations, extraterrestrial life, and advanced technology. Up until this point, the series has been exceptionally impressive. However, now it seems the show has taken a turn in a concerning direction.

Skeptical Perspective

To be frank, I did not entirely believe the testimony of alleged whistleblower, Jason Rice, and there are a number of reasons why. However, I do believe we can learn quite a bit about discernment and adequate evaluation of potential whistleblowers through his testimony. By noting the contrast between Rice's testimony and those we have heard in past episodes, we might be able to learn the various distinctions between authentic and fraudulent whistleblowers.

We may know that any reliable investigation or logical progression is only as strong as its weakest link. Every detail within the account of an individual in question and every statement made therein must be consistent with every other point within the account itself and with a considerable number of points from the accounts of other verified sources.

See also - Corey Goode Update - SSP Insiders vs SSP LARPERs, Plus Amazing Progress toward Open Disclosure of the SSP and Classified Science

Though I do not have insider information on Jason Rice or the present situation surrounding the show, I do feel that my previous experience analyzing the Cosmic Disclosure series—along with a general understanding of the world of public figures in the truth community—has taught me a good amount about evaluating whistleblowers. In fact, many of us have learned a good deal through our observation of past disclosures, and I believe that by considering these perspectives, we may be able to learn a great deal about the recent episodes of the series.

As we evaluate Jason's account, let's keep in mind what we have heard from verified sources up to this point and note any similarities or differences we find.

Initial Impressions

Whenever we come across an authentic whistleblower, there are a number of qualities we might look for. The way in which they speak, how they carry themselves, the consistency and detail of their story—all of these attributes compose the overall feel of an alleged whistleblower and can make them either seem authentic or like a complete fraud.

To add, there is a specific way in which former military personnel speak. Veterans—particularly those with technical training—have a way of delivering knowledgeable information as an expert might. Their speech has a particular discipline to it. Granted, everyone talks differently, but with authentic veterans with technical backgrounds (or exceptional exposure to technical data), there is a distinct accent, if you will.

In past episodes, those who have come forward as established and authentic SSP whistleblowers had a way of speaking about their respective duties like trained experts. (And if their knowledge came from specialized training and was expected to be committed to memory in a military setting, this would make perfect sense.) They are said to be highly intelligent, and their speech typically shows this intelligence clearly.

By my observation, Jason Rice has a way of working in a seemingly complex word here and there. However, his accent or means of speech does not communicate an expert level of technical knowledge. He speaks more like a civilian, in my opinion, and shows little to no specialized knowledge on the subjects he discusses.

Valid Whistleblowers

In the past, every whistleblower which the Cosmic Disclosure series has promoted as credible has already had a reputation of credibility and of being vocal with their testimony in a public way. By all appearance, this was one of the main reasons why the show pursued interviews with these particular people.

These whistleblowers were already speaking publicly at conferences and events which allowed them to network and to compare notes with other whistleblowers. They typically had websites, media platforms, a history of interviews, and substantial resumes of productivity up to the moment that Gaia approached them. This, I assume, was a major reason why Gaia invited guests onto the program in the first place. At least this was the pattern up until this new alleged whistleblower came to the show.

Why would Gaia change such an initially reliable standard and choose to interview a personality with no past at all?

There are many points we could discuss about to the inconsistencies of Jason's story, but first, let's discuss a topic which I feel will bring this discussion into perspective. Let's talk about Hollywood.

A Word on Hollywood

Authentic whistleblowers will typically offer a number of details that come across as minute and irrelevant to the story. However, these details can help show that the individual is speaking from actual memory and not simply attempting to entertain an audience with fantastic tails. This contrast between authentic testimony and fabricated content is similar to the contrast between an anecdote told to us by a friend and the fictional stories we see in recent Hollywood film.

As we know, the Hollywood film industry exists for the purpose of entertainment. Every production they create is designed to grab and hold the attention of the audience for an extended period of time so that by the end of the production, the audience is somewhat satisfied with their purchase. At least, this is how entertainment used to be.
Currently, it seems apparent that entertainment has more political intention behind it than actual quality of content. There appears to be much more blatant propaganda and manipulative intent behind modern entertainment than actual effort toward quality. In short, the line between political manipulation/propaganda and innocent entertainment no longer appears to exist. These two motives are now one and the same.

Another strange attribute of modern cinema and entertainment is that it has a way of stitching together elements from earlier productions which were higher in quality than modern movies. At the same time, these Frankensteinian concoctions appear to lack the ability to contribute any new value to creative entertainment.

Today, there are remakes upon remakes, and yet within these, there is little to no depth of content in any production. There also appears to be no inclusion of any the moral or ethical values within modern movies. (We might remember these values used to be included within film and assisted in raising human consciousness, at least to some extent.) Instead, we see overstated or restated cliches which offer no actual addition to the average movie-goer's experience. In fact, oftentimes, modern movies demonstrate a surprising ignorance of story structure and character development—even to the point where audience members are left confused and disappointed when the movie ends.

It may be this lack of depth in current cinematic content which has contributed to the decrease in the Hollywood industry (aside from the rampant epidemic of pedophilia). But why are we talking about this?

The reason I mention these observations about Hollywood is because (and I am sorry to say, but...) this general lack of development, lack of depth of story, and overall hollow content is very similar to the issues I have observed in the story of Jason Rice.

There is a certain level of understanding a good writer shows in their work. They are typically able to look at life in a different way—in a way that is far more detailed and appreciative than most people are able to observe. When recounting the details of true life events, this detailed content comes naturally, as life typically offers us a seemingly endless array of experience to recount to others. Each time we question a genuine experiencer about their life, we might receive new details that are consistent with all of the others they have shared in the past. (And, of course, as we ask these questions, we might be careful to observe the body language of the individual as they answer.)

Upon hearing Jason's story, it seems apparent that his account did not have the element of continuity which other accounts from the Cosmic Disclosure series have. To add, the element of authenticity and believably seemed to be absent for the most part. It was not so much the subjects discussed that were difficult for me to believable. Rather, it was the haphazard way in which Jason's story progressed. It was as though his account was stitched together from fragments of other people's testimonies.

Recycled Material

When Jason first began speaking, it was difficult to know where he was coming from. His story seemed to lack the detail we've come to expect from someone speaking about real-life experiences from memory. Instead of behaving as someone recounting their own life story, Jason seemed to be reciting a pre-written script. It was as though he had a progression of events to recite and simply skipped from one subject to another.

Very little attention seemed to have been given to his actual life, childhood, and anything the audience might consider to be normal components to such a story. Also, there was little to no depth included with Jason's account, and upon examination, many of the details therein simply did not make sense.

The overall story seemed to be designed to grab the audience's attention—similar to the average movie or comic book—yet the progression did not include much substantial material. In fact, everything which Jason shared came across as little more than either a rehash of previous CD material (to restate), or information which could easily be obtained by a few online searches.
For example, Jason claims to have gone to an army base after being rushed through signing a few documents. He talks about being led to an elevator where he and a commanding officer descended into an underground tunnel. He then claims to have ridden in an underground tunnel system, much like those we've heard about. Then at one point in the trip, he was given a test where he was surprised with the sudden presence of an "alien," as he put it. (I thought it odd that an insider would use such a pejorative term instead of the technical terms we have heard from proven whistleblowers.)

This account from Jason may have been notable had it not been the exact same progression of events which whistleblower, Clifford Stone, recounted months earlier. It is one thing to hear a similar account from a new whistleblower. It is another thing entirely to hear another person's story recycled and reused so exactly. I do understand that different whistleblowers can have similar experiences. However, we must also take into account the fact that any audience member could have told the exact same story as Jason. Any of us could recite Clifford Stone's story with slight adjustments and then claim that we are a former SSP operative. However, this would not validate us as whistleblowers.

Another detail which seemed to be borrowed from the accounts of others was that of the luminous ceiling with the light that didn't appear to have an original source. This was the same terminology which two other whistleblowers used (those being David Adair and Dr. Pete Peterson).

Even more telling was the fact that Jason claimed to be an intuitive empath, to have been recruited for the MILAB program at an early age, and to have been through extensive training as a child. Upon hearing these claims, it was easy to think of Corey Goode's testimony and how similar the two accounts were. In fact, by all appearances, Jason seems to have copied Goode's backstory verbatim with a few variations. When so many details from this testimony not only relate, but appear to have been memorized from past accounts, this can delegitimize an individual's claims in the eyes of critics. It makes them seem like an impostor and as of right now, we are still attempting to eliminate that possibility.

Past testimonies have come from established personalities who have proven themselves on their own. As of this moment, we do not even have adequate evidence to prove Jason's name, let alone his professional background. Consequently, his story comes across as insubstantial in this way.

The Schumann Resonance

There are also a number of details within Jason's testimony that did not make logical sense. Firstly, there was the tube/tram ride which he claims to have taken. The most glaring example which seemed nonsensical was his assertion that he could naturally sense the Schumann resonance of a planet. In my view, this might be impressive if it were explained more thoroughly in order to demonstrate unique knowledge on the matter. In fact, I thought it very strange that there was no technical discussion about this ability or the physics behind it.

When we consider the ability to sense electromagnetic frequencies—especially those which are so minuscule that they are undetectable to most organisms (ELFs)—we need to take into account the fact that we live in such intense electromagnetic pollution that such an ability would likely create intense difficulty in a person's life (if not render them unable to function).

We might consider the way which many children who struggle with autism are unable to function in certain frequencies of fluorescent light. They cannot keep their composure because of the over-stimulation of this artificial light on their eyes typically causes intense pain. The experience creates sensory overload and the children shut down either screaming in pain or throwing a fit until the stimulus is removed.

See also - A Rising Schumann Resonance Raising Human Consciousness?

If a person can sense an electromagnetic frequencies as minuscule as the Schumann resonance, this would mean that they would also be able to sense the overload of electromagnetic pollution which exists nearly everywhere within suburban and urban environments. (If not, an extensive and scientific verifiable explanation is warranted.) This would most likely make them incapable of functioning in any developed area on the planet. This is only a theory, of course. However, I find it very odd that these potential issues were not addressed during the questioning.

Overall, to claim the ability to "sense a Schumann resonance" specifically instead of simply claiming to have a sensitivity to electromagnetic frequency comes across as strange (especially when there is no attempt at presenting any scientific basis to substantiate the claim). This is not to discount the ability to sense other extremely low frequencies such as the Schumann resonance, but in this context, it merely comes across as a cheap attempt to impress the audience, in my view.

The Portal

There were a number of points during the interview with Jason Rice that made me scratch my head. However, it was when I heard the detail about the portal in the underground tube that I became particularly suspicious. This was actually an idea I wrote about only a couple of months before this episode aired. This is not to say that my writing was the only place from which Jason could have received the idea. It is simply to say that the concept is easily imagined by the average person and that one does not need to be an authentic insider to present such concepts.

Below is an excerpt from the DTM article in question. As you can see, the post was published in July of this year.

If we were to imagine this hollow subterranean tube beneath North America, we might envision that at certain points, different gateways or portals exist. These portals may remain inactive for most of the time. However, when the need arises for occupants of these pods to travel to other planets, these portals may activate. As the pod traverses the portal from the subterranean tube system on one planet to the tube of another planet, the occupants might be largely unaware of the change of location.

Again, nearly anyone could have come up with this idea. It just comes across as strange that this detail—along with the whole of Jason's account—could be so easily fabricated.

To be clear, this is not to insult anyone personally. I have nothing against, this individual. Nor do I have anything but respect for Jay Weidner. However, it is curious as to how an authentic whistleblower from the actual Secret Space Program could have such an unoriginal story to tell, and how this story was presented as truth on the most recent season of the Cosmic Disclosure series.

The "Side Arm"

Perhaps one of the most apparent flaws within the story was during Jason's explanation of the elevator ride down to the subterranean rail system. He claimed that during this elevator ride, the officer with him was ready to kill him due to Jason's vertigo. I have never heard of a dangerous case of vertigo which caused an individual to become so violent that the only recourse was to end their life on the spot.

First of all, vertigo is curable, or at least treatable. In an emergency situation, simply sitting or lying down can lessen the effects. Additionally, there are drugs designed to treat the effects of this issue and could easily alleviate any officer's need to habitually kill recruits who suffered from it. To add, considering the fact that the case of vertigo was completely predictable, there would be no logical reason to respond to a predictable situation with lethal force.

If there was some other issue which caused a temporary mania in new recruits, that is another issue. However, this could be easily solved by simply sedating the subject until the elevator ride was over. The person could then be taken to an infirmary, a waiting area, or delivered back to their home after having their memory wiped. Overall, it makes no logical sense for any military or black ops organization to go through the trouble of hand-selecting a recruit of such exceptional intelligence, putting them through stacks of paperwork only to unnecessarily kill them minutes after they walk through the door.

See also - Tom DeLonge and the Beginning of Partial Disclosure – Analysis, Links, and Commentary

In my view, this detail of the story seemed cheap and out of place—as though it was a poor attempt at keeping the audience's attention. In the accounts of others, there was never any overt danger. The danger was implied and extremely subtle.

According to the testimonies of verified whistleblowers, there is typically a slow and gradual introductory period given for every recruit who is selected to work in black projects. By the time any recruit comes to the point where they are introduced to matters of high strangeness, their personalities are already well-known to their superiors. There has never been any reported need to kill new recruits due to temporary medical issues, especially considering the fact that all of these issues were known prior to introduction to unusual circumstances.

This claim—along with the fact that none of these claims were ever actually questioned during the supposed vetting process—made me doubt that the interview with Jason was of the same quality as we have come to expect from previous whistleblowers on the Cosmic Disclosure series.

Nothing New

There was not any new material offered during this interview. Though Jason did mention a mind-controlled hang-glider, a plasma rifle, and a carabiner, none of these seem to be impressive in the least. These either seem insubstantial or they were revealed to be common knowledge for any fan of PC gaming and/or science fiction. In fact, the plasma rifle seem to come directly from gaming, specifically from the Halo series. Note the terminology used in the Halopedia definition below.

"The Plasma Rifle is a close-to-medium range weapon, and as such can inflict very high damage at that range. The rifle is extremely efficient at killing "soft" targets, while doing lethal amounts of damage to a heavily armored target. Enough infantry equipped with Type-25 rifles can halt enemy infantry advance with its ability to deliver harassing suppressive fire."


The fact is that modern gaming is so life-like that these games actually contain real military knowledge, technology, and terminology. This can typically place high demands upon those who claim to have the insider knowledge we are discussing. In other words, these whistleblowers must demonstrate a level of knowledge beyond that of the average video game.

Considering the fact that we are attempting to do our own vetting process here, it should be noted that Jason Rice has offered no information that the average person cannot attain on their own, either by watching previous seasons of Cosmic Disclosure, viewing a few James Bond movies, or by playing one of the Halo games.

"Combat Hang Gliders"

There was another aspect to this story which—I'm sorry to say—struck me as even more ridiculous than the elevator ordeal. This, of course, was the claim that hang gliders were the vehicle of choice by the SSP from which to mount attacks. There are a number of reasons as to why attempting to take even a supposedly high-tech hang glider into the line of fire during any conflict is a definitively horrible idea. However, we should also make the point that gliders were actually used in the latter days of WWII.

During the late 1940s, various military forces were exploring the possibility of substituting paratrooper deployment with a more practical means of transporting personnel to the field of battle. The problem with paratroopers was that when they were deployed, they were scattered over a large area. Their landings were largely random and typically took place far away from vital equipment needed to mount an assault.

Later on in the war, it was decided to use large cargo gliders in order to transport personnel in a more efficient fashion. This way, troops could be delivered to more concentrated areas of the battlefield. These gliders also provided a platform for carrying a few thousand pounds of cargo.

Gliders were useful for a number of years during the war for transport purposes. However, never once were these gliders armed, as the extra weight would decrease their carrying capacity. To add, to attempt to take a glider into the line of fire would basically be suicide. They have limited to no maneuverability, meaning that anyone attempting to exchange fire with a land-based target was a sitting duck. Unless the enemy decided to stand still like statues and let the assaulting force mow them down, there would be little to no protection for a lightweight aircraft to withstand antiaircraft fire.

There seems to be no reason to mount an assault from a fleet of hang gliders either then or now. In the high-tech realm of off-world combat, one would think that the methods of WWII would be obsolesced several times over.

To add, there are numerous disadvantages in attempting to use winged aircraft in multiple different types of atmosphere on different planets. Generally speaking, I cannot see SSP personnel choosing to use such an unpredictable and weather-dependent method of assault, especially one that has such a slow airspeed. Imagine trying to evade enemy anti-aircraft fire while moving at 60 to 100 mph (relative to Earth's atmosphere). Outside of a suicidal nosedive, that is the speed you would be dealing with. In other words, you would be target practice. (There are instances of gliders being able to use thermals to move much faster than the average descent. However, the ability to do so would be completely dependent upon weather conditions and location.)

Why would Secret Space Program battle strategists choose hang gliders when one TR-3B or similar eletro-gravitic craft could simply fly over and incapacitate the entire field with frequency-based technology. At the very least, an armored transport which could blanket the location with heavy fire and then deliver troops to the battlefield would be more practical.

The suggestion of a hang glider assault force strikes me as extremely wasteful, impractical, and ridiculous on a number of levels. It smells like another attempt at originality and yet reveals little to no knowledge of actual battle strategy. Though I am not an expert in the art of war, general safety seems like a no-brainer in this case. Simply put, a "combat hang glider" strikes me as an oxymoron.

Whistleblower Culture

According to my knowledge of proven whistleblowers, there is a certain standard within this culture of black ops veterans. There tends to be a keen sense of intuition which typically comes from experience working with numerous types of people (and sometimes ETs). From what I have observed, authentic insiders do not completely trust each other's intel when they first meet. There is typically a personal vetting process which each individual puts intended acquaintances and/or colleagues through in order to see whether or not they are trustworthy.

It would also make sense that whistleblowers would want to compare their own information with that of others, not only to test each other for legitimacy, but to figure out the bigger picture surrounding the projects they took part in during their times of service. It seems very rare that any authentic whistleblower would come forward whom no one knew anything about. This is simply because authentic whistleblowers tend to be active in their efforts to reveal the truth whether they are alone or working with others.
A valid whistleblower knows how dangerous it can be to speak out. They often have firsthand knowledge of what can happen to those who step too far out of line. This is common knowledge among authentic sources and can often be seen in the body-language of an individual. The point is that trust is everything in the arena of whistleblower testimony. This means that any valid insider who approaches a media source will be extremely hesitant. If they do come forward, they will likely only do so if the media source is trustworthy.

It should also be stated that we will know whether or not Jason Rice is valid by how he interacts with the rest of the whistleblower community, if at all, he does. We will see how verified whistleblowers test his knowledge and his ability to remain consistent.

If Jason keeps to himself and refuses to interact with any other figures (as we saw in the case of Tom Delonge), this will suggest that he is either a fraud or he has something to hide from authentic investigators. However, if he chooses to interact and he passes the smell test, that is another matter.

This brings us to the subject of the reputability of Gaia.

Gaia and Credibility

We may think of the Cosmic Disclosure series as a whole and remember that it was originally David Wilcock and Corey Goode that basically created the show and were the substance of the series. Each episode was popular not because of Gaia alone, but because of the quality of content which David's skill of research and Corey's testimony brought to the series.

Following Goode, there were a variety of guests who visited the show—each with their own piece of the story which helped to bring new dimension to the reality of the SSP.

Later on, Emery Smith—another reputable source with an impressive resume—came forward and added a new level and depth to the series. The point is that it was not Gaia alone that convinced insiders such as Corey and Emery to come forward. By all appearances, it was David Wilcock and the trust relationship he was able to build with his insiders that convinced them to share their testimonies to a larger audience.

When these public figures came forward, it was the first time Gaia had ever had such an experience. To my knowledge, this company never had whistleblowers from black projects as guests on a show. They had various personalities from the truth community which were particularly interesting, but the degree of intel revealed by SSP insiders on the Cosmic series seems to be much more significant for discussions of disclosure.

Up until this point, we have not seen Gaia attract the level of intel we have witnessed on the Cosmic Disclosure series. Even with Corey and Emery, again, the connecting factor seems to have been David Wilcock. This leads me to believe that the trust from within the black ops community is in David and not so much Gaia.
To add, there is currently a good deal of uncertainty surrounding Gaia. Without getting into much detail, there are a lot of questions surrounding recent changes, and it is these questions that might cause new and authentic whistleblowers to keep their distance. If this is true, the situation might tempt those making the decisions about the show to loosen their vetting process so that questionable and possibly impostor whistleblowers could appear on the show just to keep the series going.

Perhaps at some point in the future, Gaia may choose to give an explanation as to why the apparent changes were made. This may put authentic would-be whistleblowers at ease with regard to their ability to approach Gaia and to use the platform to share their intel. It may be at that point that we will see more credible figures come forward on the series to share their experiences. However, as of this moment, I do not believe that Jason Rice is one of them.

Where's the Vetting?

We know from past episodes of Cosmic Disclosure and from Corey Goode's testimony how closely Gaia has watched whistleblowers in the past. According to Goode, one of the main reasons he typed out his accounts prior to speaking about them on the show was so that the producers could ensure that he was being consistent in his testimony.

When a person lies, it is difficult for them to keep up with the details of their own dishonesty. Consequently, a liar is easily found out by their inability to be consistent in their story over time. This is the reason why David Wilcock would jump from one subject to another while interviewing Goode. According to Wilcock, he was actually doing this as a way to test Corey's consistency and honesty. And as we have seen, Corey has maintained both.

This is not the case with Jason Rice. In fact, from what we have seen in the show, there was no vetting at all involved in Jason's interview, despite the title of the episode. There seems to be no requirement that Jason write down anything he experienced in detail--nor does there appear to be any interrogative methods applied to the interview process. There is only this casual conversation where Jay seemed to even be assisting Rice in moving his story along. This does not strike me as a means of maintaining integrity of testimony or the reputability of the show.

Again, I ask, "Why the change?"

Diluting the Data Pool

If those currently behind the Cosmic Disclosure series have chosen to lower their standards, this is unfortunate. It is understandable that they would want to maintain a portion of the income and the viewership which this high-grossing series has provided. However, I feel that to force the series to continue after its entire cast has retired from the show does a disservice to the series and for the efforts of disclosure.
On the other hand, if this new whistleblower is inauthentic as he appears to be, this may actually help to give contrast to the authentic and notable sources who have come forward thus far to share their corroborative testimonies. It is true that even false testimony may be helpful to the audience. However, I fear it may destroy Gaia's credibility in the area of disclosure. In this way, it may be best to let the series end and to begin producing the recordings in other formats.

Unless those making the decisions behind the series want to risk harming the efforts of truth and revelation for the planet, this might be the best course of action.

Additional Questions

There are a number of unanswered and yet important questions which were either never asked during the interview or which the interview raised. Perhaps by looking for the answers ourselves, we can help to solve the oddities we may have seen during the interview process.

Who performed the polygraph exam? We may know that if anyone is serious about getting to the truth of any matter and they want the results of their exam to be credible, they will use a third-party polygraph exam so that there is no chance for bias in the outcome. As we know, Gaia has a vested interest in the show's continuation. Consequently, an in-house polygraph would be an inadequate means of evaluating truth.

Why did none of the other whistleblowers receive a polygraph, and why did Jason's exam appear to be a performance?

Why did the questions during Jaons's interviews seem so simple and generalized? As previously stated, any respectable session of interrogative investigation will include a rigorous series of questions presented in an unpredictable order. These questions are designed to sound different from one another, but are actually intended to inquire about the same information while using different verbiage. At the same time, the interrogator would be interested in reading the body language for any sign of deception, dishonesty, or inconsistency of any kind.

If an interviewer intended to truly vet someone, these methods would likely be a significant component. However, this is not what we saw during the interview with Jason Rice.

Why does Jason speak in definite terms about his supposedly foggy memory? This was yet another inconsistency that made no sense to me. When someone is completely confident in their verbiage and yet is working to piece together memories that were supposedly erased, there tends to be an expressed level of genuine uncertainty throughout their testimony. However, Jason did not appear to have this quality at all. His explanations were definite, which seems to contradict the uncertainty of his story. This is one of the subtle differences which can help us distinguish the difference between authentic experiencers and those who are simply telling an entertaining story.

Proof and Evidence

There appear to be certain consistencies in evidence (whether testimonial or physical) which previous whistleblowers on the series have shown up to this point. Granted, each figure has their own personality and means of communicating their testimony. However, this communication is largely redundant, which can help us to validate each testimony for reliability.

Corey Goode has submitted proof of his work history, of past activism, of military service, medical records, and of sensitive documentation on the subjects of traversable wormholes, stargates, and the concept of dark energy. He also demonstrates exceptional knowledge beyond that of many servicemen of similar rank and service history. To add, Corey's ability to predict future events according to reported SSP intelligence data has been unmatched thus far. These points along with the nearly countless instances of harassment he has received from both civilian and military personnel helps to prove Goode's validity and reliability for SSP intel.

See also - Sphere Being Alliance - "Dark Alliance in Panic Mode, Threatens My Family, David Wilcock's Life, and Legal Entrapments" - Links and Commentary

Clifford Stone submitted work history, military service records, documents on ETs and various subjects which the civilian population would not be privy to. He has also demonstrated knowledge of ET life and technology that corroborates many of the accounts of other notable whistleblowers.

The late William Tompkins may have the most visible history out of all the whistleblowers we have met thus far. Tompkins was able to trace his entire experience from childhood into adulthood and military service. He has records, news reports in which he was featured, and service records for the jobs and positions he held.

Tompkins also provided technical drawings which he completed on the space craft and carriers he designed. These helped to prove the claims that Tompkins made about his experience within SSP operations.

The notable Dr. Pete Peterson needs little introduction. Due to the quality of his work, his interviews and testimony speak for themselves. The intelligence with which Peterson speaks gives validity to the topics he discusses. He has a remarkable amount of education and has used his knowledge on a number of black projects as well as many in the public sector, according to testimony.

Considering the accounts which Dr. Peterson has given as well as the violent response which the establishment has shown against him, it is clear that not only has Peterson had amazing experiences in these black projects, but in many ways, he still has connections to those on the inside.

These valid whistleblowers and many more have opened up the door for countless people to learn about some of the most mysterious established organizations upon and beyond our planet.

Predictions and Concerns

We have all of these notable figures within the disclosure community, and then there is Jason Rice. Jason has no history, no resume, no records of any kind, no demonstration of independent knowledge, no online presence or platform for communication, and no corroboration or evidence that he served in any capacity in any SSP operation. Not to disrespect him, but to restate, we do not even know if "Jason Rice" is this man's real name.

Granted in other cases, we might give an individual a chance to submit such evidence, and some might keep an open mind while waiting for such information. Even still, the fact that these combined consistencies are presented as an introduction seems strange. To add, the inclusion of the supposed polygraph and the hypnotic regression came across as more of a dramatic production than an authentic test of validation. This was the first time I have ever felt I was viewing a performance while watching this series.

We might also keep in mind that one of the predictions which Corey has made in the past was that there were plans by certain interests to super-soldier the topic of the Secret Space Program in order to discredit it. In other words, there were plans by proponents of partial disclosure who intended to pollute the narrative of authentic SSP personnel with false testimony so that the testimony of the true veterans would be lost. As we evaluate the testimony of Jason Rice, we may want to keep this in mind, considering the fact of the abrupt changes made to the Cosmic Disclosure series just prior to Jason's arrival.

All of these strange attributes to this presentation make me feel as though certain interests behind Gaia are attempting to make something out of nothing.

We have this character—who, quite frankly, could have been substituted with anyone—who has presented information which Gaia has already covered in past episodes. To add, Jason's information has blatant logical flaws included in it.

This person is then supposedly evaluated by well-known practitioners in their field. Yet instead of validating Jason, these individuals appeared to be a substitution for validation, as though their fame was being used as a stand-in for actual vetting of Jason's testimony.

We might combine these observations with the fact that those who own Gaia are attempting to copyright the word "disclosure." This move makes it appear as though these individuals are not actually interested in assisting with the overall disclosure efforts to free humanity. Instead, it appears as though certain interests intend to control the narrative of disclosure and possibly to hinder certain information from coming forward.

Trademark application for the term, "Disclosure"

If this is the case, we might note the fact that this is the exact same role which the corporate media has plaid in controlling information up to this point. Secrecy and half-truth revelations have been a major cause of our world's turmoil up to this point. And if there is some effort to produce more of these half-truths, I would have to oppose such an effort.

To be honest, I hope that I am wrong about these observations. I would love to say that we have a new authentic and credible whistleblower in Jason Rice. However, our due diligence obligates us to be skeptical until given good reason to believe any testimony. Some may agree with my observations here. And then some may not. There is no need for all of us to agree. As long as we know our own process of evaluation and we are disciplined enough to apply that process thoroughly and objectively, this is the goal.

As I said, I do not have insider knowledge into this situation. These observations only represent my own personal impressions of the episodes including Jason Rice. You the reader are free to observe for yourself and to come to your own conclusions.
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