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 Cosmic Disclosure: Viewer Questions Part 6

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Cosmic Disclosure: Viewer Questions Part 6

David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with our insider's insider, Corey Goode.

Your questions, as I've said so many times, shape and influence this show.

Corey, are you ready to handle some audience questions?

Corey Goode: Good to go.

David: Let's dive right in and hit this. “Corey states that he has been picked up by a blue orb. I physically have seen a yellow orb with my son three years ago. He was seven at the time. He called it 'a starship' and started running towards it. It was not small, and it made no noise.

“I looked at my son, and it was gone. I have a hard time understanding why I froze, but my son knew what it was. Can you explain what a yellow orb is?”

It sounds to me like this is actually a UFO sighting. It just might have had yellow light.

Corey: Yeah. Sounded like it was a actual UFO sighting.

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And we've talked before about there's all different types of orbs. And none of them have . . . They're not necessarily interrelated with each other.

A lot of times, if an entity, a disembodied entity, or a spirit appears, it will appear as a orb – different types of orbs.

I had a friend tell me one time that he was hunting, and he saw a red orb floating around. And probably four years later, I was with a friend, hunting, and I looked over in a cornfield, and I saw a basketball-sized red orb that looked like it was on fire inside of a crystal ball almost, just floating like it was scanning the field looking for something.

And then it just floated off and disappeared. I have no idea what that was.

David: All right. Well, let's keep going along here. We're going to try to get through a lot of these.

The next one we have is Leannaarts, “Corey and David,” - so I guess this is open to both of us - “what are your thoughts on the idea that not only is the Earth a prison planet created by Reptilians, but that we are tortured by these beings after we die and encounter them in other dimensions? That they created religion, money magic system, and a magnetic Earth force field to control us, and a Moon operation to wipe our memories?”

Corey: I think we're crediting the Reptilians with a little too much, to be honest.

David: This is widely divergent with my own belief system, of course.

Corey: Right. There are a number of nonterrestrials that are using this planet as a petri dish that they are doing experiments in.

Yes, it is a prison planet. We're basically free-range slaves running around, thinking we're free, and that we have all this knowledge of the universe.

Now, the Reptilians and these . . . There's various other groups that we've been in contact with that have been contributing to what's going on here on the planet.

And we can't attribute all of it to the Reptilians because they've just been a small part.

David: Would you say that ultimately, negative extraterrestrial intelligence is responsible for creating UFO religions like this, because if someone were to be coming from a place where they believe what this question says, that they would generate loosh?

Corey: Yeah, they're exploiting our genetically and socially programmed biases. We create religions ourselves. And they see how much those religions control us.

So, yeah, why wouldn't they give a little boost to a religious idea?

David: So we have another question now from Leahahuman. “Please talk more about the art and culture of ET people. It is very nice to hear that the people of Earth are being recognized for their creativity.”

So this seems to be in relation to what we've been calling, for lack of a better term, the Micaites, who you met.

Corey: Correct, yes. And not only through Mica. This bartering, this galactic bartering system that we have with other civilizations, has included them wanting works of art, you know, statues.

You know, art that may have gone missing in World War II could be hanging on a wall in another solar system right now.

So yeah, we're very creative. They love that about us. And they are creative as well and have their own art to share with us.

David: The space program insider, Jacob, who has been so helpful for years in giving me lots of intel, corroborated very nicely with what you have to say. And he explained meeting certain types of extraterrestrials in which he said they were very boring people, and that any one of them that you meet, it's like you're talking to the same person. They all see very similar to each other.

Do you think there is some reason for why humans on Earth might have greater diversity in their personalities and potentially greater creativity than some of these extraterrestrial civilizations that are out there?

Corey: I think what you just described would be the minority.

David: Okay.

Corey: But, yeah. I mean, all the genetic tinkering that we've had happen to our species has created a . . . All of them have very strong emotions, but they're usually a very fixed, narrow band of emotions.

David: Similar to like the Vulcans in “Star Trek”?

Corey: No. They're non-emotional.

David: Right, okay.

Corey: They love, but they love hard, and they experience love differently than we do.

With us, we have such a wide range of emotions that it's a benefit and a detriment to us. We can't control our emotions.

Once we learn to control our emotions and channel it into creativity, then, . . . I mean, we haven't even begun to create what we're capable of.

David: Do you think there might be some sort of primordial darkness in the human soul here on Earth based on this idea, as you said, that it might be akin to a prison planet, that perhaps that grist for the mill is generating greater creativity, greater quality of art, than we might see in a more utopian type of civilization, where they don't have that level of pain?

Corey: Yeah, that's very possible.

David: I would think so. We now have Gymratt89.

“Hey, Corey. To your knowledge, is there any intuitive empaths, personality metamorphs, etc., that have slipped through the cracks or have managed to keep a low profile and remain off the radar or undetected from MILAB recruiters, government or Cabal groups?”

Corey: Yes. With the personality metamorphs, they're so difficult to train and work with. Many of them make it just a little bit through the program, and then they're blank slated and kicked back out to society.

So there are a lot of personality metamorphs out there. And if you're an intuitive empath, if you're not discovered through some of this testing or through family lineage that's being observed, then there's a very good chance that you're not going to end up on the radar.

David: You mentioned that there are an increasing number of people who have had a blue orb experience. And then they don't know what the heck that is, and they Google it up, and they find our show, and then they're writing you.

Do you think, based on this question, that those people are necessarily all being identified? Or is it possible that some of that is happening off the radar as well?

Corey: A lot of it's happening off the radar, but the blue orbs are usually visiting people to awaken them to why they're here.

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I sent you a video. People are speaking Spanish in the background, and there are blue orbs just flying around. And they're gasping and talking about it.

And those types of shows are done to awaken people.

David: So when you say “awaken”, is it possible that some sort of DNA activation or consciousness quickening is taking place that would create an intuitive empath in someone who may not have had that ability before?

Corey: No, I think it's basically reminding people of who they are, and what they're here to do on a subconscious level.

They don't consciously go, “Oh, wait a minute. I'm an alien. What am I doing here?” You know, “it's time to get to work.”

David: Right.

Corey: It's all happening subconsciously, but it's a catalyst.

David: All right. Let's go with another one here. This is UFO22:

“Question for anyone.” I guess that means I could take a crack at this myself, but that's not really the format of our show.

“How did Sigmund and the lower-level program group learn about Corey in the first place? And what was the technology/mind control methodology used to get him from his house to their ship, where the chemical interrogations took place?” So that's really two questions.

Corey: Right. Well, they found out about me from all of the chatter that's occurred since we began this show. This MIC group is Air Force, and they are given a totally different briefing than a lot of the people in these other secret space programs.

And what I was saying was matching to a certain point, but then, again, a lot of the stuff I was saying they couldn't buy into because it wasn't a part of their briefing.

So therefore, they decided that they were going to pay me a visit and gather a little bit of intel and find out what's going on.

And the second part of the question, how do they control you to make you walk outside of the house on your own?

They have technologies that control the mind and autonomic systems of the body. They can make you breathe faster, or they can speed up or slow down your heart. They can make you get up and walk or open doors. They have the ability to do it.

Scientifically, I don't know the specifics. That's probably more of a Pete Peterson question.

David: They can't just take us over like a remote control robot and make you walk and actually move your legs with a joystick or something.

Corey: Yeah, they can.

David: Oh, they can do that?

Corey: Yeah.

David: Okay. So this must be way more powerful than what regular human telepathy is capable of.

Corey: Right. I mean, they're going to be able to get you up on your two legs, walking, get you opening the door. And a lot of it has to do with once they get your body in motion, your mind subconsciously starts to, I guess, go along with it. It's natural, you know?

When you reach for a doorknob, your mind and body . . . you don't have to sit there and tell yourself, “Turn the door knob.” It just happens.

So they're kickstarting that part of your brain.

David: Well, in disclosing something that contentious, I would be concerned about the fact that there are a lot of people out there who could be diagnosed with schizophrenia, who would then be inclined to take something that you just said and think that their motions are being remote controlled.

We have a lot of people who believe that they're being gang stalked, for example, when in fact their symptoms are totally consistent with paranoid schizophrenia.

So given the fact that there's only a total of 800,000 people in all branches of the intelligence community, how widespread do you think this really is, because a lot of people might be inclined to think that they're being singled out, or that they're being remote controlled this way?

How many people do you think might actually be getting this kind of stuff happening to them?

Corey: The nonterrestrials use it in abductions. It is something that we got from them, that we reverse engineered from them.

David: Okay.

Corey: It is something that is from a higher civilization, that knows the physiology patterns of all of the life in the universe – or in the galaxy, at least. And manipulating it, it's child's play for them.

David: I guess my question really is about the people who are going to maybe have panic attacks and think that they could just be possessed by this technology at any moment in their lives.

Corey: Well, you know, you're always going to have those types of people. Any time I mention anything, people that have personality distortions or chemical imbalances are going to take the information in through their filter and apply it, and there's nothing we can really do to prevent that.

David: And I guess that's part of the problem with Full Disclosure, isn't it? There's going to be all kinds of delusions and paranoid fantasies that people can start to have that they have been singled out.

And typically, when you encounter these types of people, they believe that because they're aware of some of the truth of what's going on with the Cabal, that the Cabal is actually after them, that they're being followed.

But I don't really think most of the people that are learning about this on the Internet are actually being singled out by the Cabal for surveillance, that kind of stuff.

Corey: No.

David: So could you speak to that a little bit?

Corey: Yeah, I mean, it's pretty rare to be targeted like that. You have to be more of a threat or a asset to them than just having belief systems about UFOs and aliens or thinking that you know something other people don't. I mean, you're going to have to be an actual asset.

Like the nonterrestrials. They come down. This person is one . . . They consider it [him/her] one of their assets, and they control them. They don't control the people around them.

Other than . . . You know, they use similar fields to cause entire areas of neighborhoods – for people to go into a deep sleep or to change their brainwaves, put them in deep theta. They change their consciousness during the process of causing locomotion in your body.

David: Well, I want to throw something at you. I may have said this in the show. I may have not.

But one of the most profound experiences I had was getting a flat tire right near Washington, D.C., driving up to New York from Virginia Beach.

And I go to the tire store, and the guy that was working at the front desk had been in the CIA. And I figured this out pretty easily based on a few tells that he gave me.

I mentioned the two black ops UFO programs that Sergeant Clifford Stone has talked about on our show. It was already out there – Project Moon Dust and Project Blue Fly – and the guy's eyes get all wide.

He goes, “How did you know about that?”

And then we got talking. And I said, “Okay. Well, you guys are my problem.”

He said, “What do you mean?”

I said, “Well, I've been saying certain key words on the phone and then there's a click, and the lighted dial actually blinks off and on. And it's very clear that when I say certain words like 'extraterrestrial', that my phone is being recorded.”

And I said, “Are they singling me out?”

And he said, “Well, where do you live?”

I said, “Virginia Beach.”

He said, “How many people do you think are being surveilled that way in Virginia Beach?”

I said, “I don't know. Maybe 100?”

He said, “About 40,000, last time I was in there.”

And I said, “Okay. This is what I thought. Are they just recording all this on a hard drive and not even really listening to it?”

He said, “Yes.”

So is that really most of what's going on – the sort of Snowden bulk collection . . .

Corey: Right.

David: . . . without any real . . .

Corey: Haystack.

David: . . . personal action from intelligence operatives on people?

Corey: Right. And it's key words that cause something to rise up to be looked at closer.

David: So just to wrap up that one point. I have encountered incredible paranoia. And it seems as if the Cabal has put out a strong mind control to try to make people feel that if you learn anything about this information, that you now have intelligence operatives hunting you down, spying on you.

And I just don't really think most of the people would ever be even bothered with by the Cabal.

Corey: No.

David: Would you agree?

Corey: Right, right. That way, we kind of self-manage ourselves.

David: Right. Okay. The next question here comes from Larz, who says, “I love these Q&A episodes. I wish they came out more frequently.” Okay, well here we go.

“I can 't remember if these questions were ever asked and answered, so I'll ask anyways. I'd like to know more about the daily lives of some of the ETs that Corey knows about. So here are my questions. I'm sorry if they sound silly.

“Number one . . . “ We're just going to go through these one at a time since he's got seven numbers.

“Number one: What do some of these ETs eat and drink? And do they eat as frequently as us humans, such as breakfast, lunch and dinner?”

Corey: A lot of these beings are very advanced, and their metabolism . . . they manage their metabolisms with their consciousness, and they don't have to consume food or nourishment that often.

Others have to receive nourishment very often. It depends on which beings we're talking about.

There are certain beings that do absorb nutrients through their skin; some that eat just like we do. Many eat just like we do.

So it just depends on the individual being's metabolism and where they're from – what planet they're from. Their eating habits are going to match that.

David: I think it was Henry Deacon who told me this, that there were certain aquatic ETs where they actually take algae, and they have these gills on their chest, and they just rub the algae into those gills. And that suffices as a meal for them. Have you ever heard of anything like that?

Corey: No, but I can see . . . Gills are similar to lungs. That's where the blood vessels go to collect oxygen. So more exposed blood vessels might be a easier way to get nutrition directly into the bloodstream.

David: And have you heard about any that would actually put their hands into some kind of an algae and be able to absorb from their hands?

Corey: Like Mork? [Sucking sound] Ha, ha.

David: Ha, ha.

Corey: No, I haven't.

David: Okay. When he says do they eat as frequently as we do, like the three-meal-a-day paradigm, you said some of them eat a lot more infrequently. Are there others, maybe the more human-looking types, that would be really similar to us, where they would have much more similar dietary patterns?

Corey: Right. And a lot of it is going to have to do with their circadian rhythms that were developed on their planet as they developed.

You know, if they have a planet that has a 28-hour day, their body and metabolism are going to match that rhythm. So they're going to be taking in nourishment to match that rhythm.

David: Along the same line of the question, I'm curious about dietary compatibility. In other words, could extraterrestrial beings come to Earth and be able to survive by eating food that you could get in a grocery store here?

Or are there divergences in the types of foods that they would eat?

Corey: Well, many of them would go into anaphylactic shock if they ate the things that we ate.

If they are going to eat from this planet, they're not going to be eating usually out of the same dish that we are.

David: Monosodium glutamate, additives, chemicals, preservatives, this kind of stuff – is that what you mean?

Corey: That, or it could be as simple as wheat, or barley, or something like that does not react with their system right.

They literally swell up and will have an anaphylactic shock.

David: Well, and I remember early along, when you were first getting brought up for the SSP Alliance, that they had these little balls of nutrition that you could have eaten, but the problem, they said, was that you'd have some kind of reaction to them.

Corey: No. I had to eat those.

David: Oh!

Corey: They're sort of like little peanut butter balls with flaxseed and all kinds of stuff in them. My wife has made something similar. I had to eat those because the type of printers or replicators that they had, the food would have wreaked havoc on my system.

David: Really?

Corey: Yeah.

David: Interesting. Okay. “Number two: Do they have 9:00 to 5:00 jobs? What type of jobs do they have?”

Now, this kind of gets into the interesting thing about “Star Trek”, which is they go to Ten Forward. They don't pay for a drink. They just say that they want a drink. Or when they have a meal, they just have a materializer that makes it for them.

So do they have 9:00 to 5:00 jobs? Or do they have to earn money?

Corey: Well, they have to put in time in their duties, of course, . . .

David: Okay.

Corey: . . . but I don't know. A lot of times, if they're working with us, they'll work a 9:00 to 5:00 just because that's what we do.

David: Okay.

Corey: What they do in their free time after they punch out, I have no idea. It's just as divergent as the different beings that are out there. Some of them may go to their quarters and paint. Some of them may go and meditate.

Some of them may be more social and come together. It's hard to distinguish.

David: Would you say that maybe apart from drone-type clone beings, that most sentient life would alternate between periods of productivity and periods of leisure?

Corey: Right, right. Like going back to the circadian rhythm, the body's going to have to shut down to repair and process. If they're biological entities, they're going to have to go through some sort of cycle like we do.

David: And along those same lines, do all biological life forms, regardless of origin, end up having sleep cycles?

Corey: Yes. Yeah, they sleep. Some of them don't sleep for long periods of time, and then they will have a sleep cycle, like days or weeks.

David: Interesting. “Number three: Do they sleep?” I guess we just answered that.

“Number four: What's their educational system like, if any?”

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Corey: Most of these beings are learning the way I hope that we learn in the future. This information is downloaded.

They have technological means of downloading data to their brains, and then having access to it. So they don't go and sit in a university environment, spend months learning one subject. It's downloaded, and they're able to apply it.

David: What would that entail as far as the biological birth and maturation process, where you have something starting out as a baby, and then going through childhood, adolescence, adulthood?

If you can just download information, what would be the point of all those years before adulthood then?

Corey: Well, they're downloading information throughout that process as they age – information that matches where they are in their process of growing. I mean, they're not going to . . .

David: If that would apply, you could have a much, much more intelligent being than us.

Corey: Absolutely.

David: Yeah.

Corey: Yes. But, you know, you're not going to download a library to an adolescent being. You're going to download the information. They physiologically have to be able to process it.

If you overload any consciousness with information, it's going to shut down.

David: “Number five: What do they do for fun? Do they play sports or watch TV and movies?”

Corey: Yeah. You know, depending, again, on the being. Some of them may spend time writing poetry, doing art. It's completely dependent on the type of being.

Most of the more human-type ones, they're very similar. The cultures are very similar. The languages usually come from the same root languages that have been departed to them, so it's not going to be that difficult for us to bridge languages with them.

We're going to have a lot more in common with these people than we're led to believe in sci-fi.

David: “Number six: Do they celebrate holidays or birthdays, or have any type of parties?”

Corey: I do know that they celebrate their life cycles, birthdays – at least, Mica's people do. I don't know . . . I'm sure that they probably have marked the calendar for the day that they finally threw the Reptilian rule out of their solar system. I would be surprised if they didn't.

David: Let's just get into a general question that that suddenly raised up for me, which is chronometrics.

If you have left your home planet, even though maybe your biological rhythms are naturally tethered to that home planet, I would think that if you went to another solar system, that you would then start to be governed by the physics of those rotating bodies.

Corey: Not so much governed, but you begin to have interference, kind of like temporal jet lag or something. They come here, and things just don't flow the same.

David: Well, and one of the things that you told me in the car that I think would be great to toss in right now was your understanding that in the SSP, you could be working from the '80s in the same base with a person who got pulled in all the way back in the 1950s.

Corey: Correct.

David: And that you're experiencing the same time there. So if that's true, as you just said it was, how did they even keep track of time at that point?

Corey: Well, you're going off of a standard time – some sort of Zulu standard time – for the day. They use military time. But if you take someone from the past and bring them to now, this is still the same solar system, the same circadian rhythm, the same cycles.

So that's not going to affect them as much as you may think. There is that zero time reference that occurs, but these different people that are working together, you're not allowed to discuss your past.

So it took a while to discover that they were going back in time and grabbing brilliant minds and technicians to bring them to the time frame I was in.

David: So do you have any way of knowing, if you were working in the late '80s, what percentage of the people that were there were pulled from, let's say, the 1950s? Or were they even going a lot earlier than that, like maybe 1800s, 1700s, and bringing people like that in as well?

Corey: No, I think it was in more of the modern industrial age that they've been pulling people.

David: So they'd have the right kind of knowledge base to be useful, perhaps?

Corey: Right. And the oddities that you would see would be the way they talked and the way they carried theirselves.

From decade to decade, people talk and carry theirselves significantly different.

David: So just to round out this list of questions here.

“Number seven: . . . “ - now we're getting a little racy - “Do they procreate like us humans?”

Corey: Yes. Yes. They seem to enjoy sex very much.

David: Okay.

Corey: They don't always – just like us – they don't always use sex just for procreation, but many of them, they will do what we're starting to do. They will put their genetics into a lab, have them genetically engineered, create this being in a more sterile environment than a womb. That's pretty prevalent.

But there are others that go through the complete birth cycle just like we do.

David: So the gender polarity would be a common element throughout extraterrestrial civilizations?

Corey: Yes. Yes. And, well, there are some species that have male, female and other sexes. It's very strange.

David: Well, I remember Jacob, the space program insider, telling me that his knowledge of the Reptilians was that people are thinking that they're looking at different Reptilian races, whereas he was saying that there are actually six genders that are on what he called a spectrum between fuller male and fuller female, and these areas in between.

And that those beings might appear to be sharply divergent-looking to us in terms of how they appear, . . .

Corey: Yeah, they look different.

David: . . . but that they're actually just on this gender spectrum. Have you ever encountered anything like that?

Corey: Not with the Reptilians, but yeah, with other species they do have more of mammalian-type species. They have a spectrum, I guess you would say, but it's not just male, female. It requires a group effort to procreate.

David: Hm. All right. Well, that's all the time we have for in this episode of taking your questions. I have a lot more here, but that will be for another time.

This is “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, bringing you your questions in a live debate here with Corey Goode, so you get to shape our discussion. And keep sending them in. We're going to keep using them. And I want to thank you for watching.


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