David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

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David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by IrieLion » Sun May 14, 2017 12:03 pm

I'm trying to wrap my mind around David Wilcock's most prominent insider Corey Goode. Who David and GaiamTV has created a multiseason show around called 'Cosmic Disclosure'. And who now is becoming a regular on the new age conference circuit.

After listening to this guy talk no more than 30 seconds, your bullshit detector should go off. His story reminds be of a bad science fiction story written by someone in 9th grade. If you listen to his accounts of what happened to him or read his writings on his experiences with the secret space program, to me at least, it seems easy to tell its purely a fictional account, but not only that, it's written in a way that someone is 'making it up' and not from first hand experience. So it's not even believable.

That leads me to the question.... David seems like he is an intelligent guy. Can he really be this gullible to start promoting and vouching for this guy 24/7? I would not be surprised that David is somewhat gullible based on all the erroneous 'insider' testimony he has presented over the years. But with Corey Goode it just takes it over the top for me. Either David is intentionally deceiving people to make a buck or he really is this dumb. However I would think if David's intent was to deceive in order to make a buck he would have picked someone with a much much more believable story than Corey's story. Corey's story is outright laughable at best.

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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by tallpaul » Sun May 14, 2017 3:28 pm

It was through David, that I originally came here. With that said, a day or two ago, was the first time I've visited his site in quite some time. If you notice; David is always on the "front edge" of the stuff you would only know if you're a pretty determined researcher. Seems to me he "fills a role he's been asked to fill."

With that said, and with me not having gone deep into the story of the "new guy;" the "missing time" scenario has been promoted pretty heavily on the "front edge" for a number of years....as part of the "super soldier" scenario, amongst other things....

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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by tymeflyz » Sun May 14, 2017 4:22 pm

I'm also here via dw.
My 1st guess is 70-80% got here from him.
What say you boys & girls ? idk if there is already a poll that asks this ;
Question- Are here at hugs or AQ via D Wilcock?

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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by joeyv23 » Sun May 14, 2017 8:39 pm

tymeflyz wrote:
Sun May 14, 2017 4:22 pm
I'm also here via dw.
My 1st guess is 70-80% got here from him.
What say you boys & girls ? idk if there is already a poll that asks this ;
Question- Are here at hugs or AQ via D Wilcock?
I got here through David. For anyone that's relatively new and are looking at this with any interest, there is previous discussion about Corey Goode.. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=834
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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by Ilkka » Mon May 15, 2017 3:19 am

joeyv23 wrote:
Sun May 14, 2017 8:39 pm
I got here through David. For anyone that's relatively new and are looking at this with any interest, there is previous discussion about Corey Goode.. viewtopic.php?f=6&t=834
Me too. Had already forgot about that discussion and it happened almost 2 years ago even, I did read the whole thread at that time though. I read almost everything new threads that strike my interest. I stopped visiting divinecosmos years ago, had better info from here and AQ forum, when I joined in.

Isn't it only natural for people to look for purest water directly from the source? Same goes for information also.

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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by 7Serpent » Thu May 18, 2017 10:05 am

Check out this recent interview of Bill Ryan by dark journalist... Bill really puts out some deep and difficult details that need years of context to sort out...

Below is part 1...part 2 will be needed for the full story to complete the interview and ....

https://youtu.be/qApt0XhbS0E

doesn't bode well for DW as to why he has apparently thrown all caution to the wind by teaming up with the bad guy who so happens just have the last name of good. Lol, pun intended.

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Re: David Wilcock's 'Insider' Corey Goode

Post by daniel » Fri May 19, 2017 10:57 pm

I have heard rumors about a psyop... Project Wilcock-It-Up.

I've tried to get in touch with David a few times; he will exchange an email or two, then goes silent. In my personal opinion, the "truth" just doesn't have enough entertainment value to keep him going on the TV and conferences. You've seen what we discuss here--all religions refer to the same set of gods, history is a LOT simpler than we think it is, man has yet to GET into space... compare that to Blue Sphere Alliances (think "Project Blue Beam") and avian aliens and all sorts of cool, Taelon technology... replicators in every house, free ascension cards... as Dewey Larson said, "Complexity is entertaining, simplicity is not."
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