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In today’s episode of Cosmic Disclosure, whistleblower Corey Goode describes the discussions and dynamics of a meeting he claims to have attended at a hidden space base in the Kuiper Asteroid Belt where a plan for disclosing the existence of extraterrestrial life and secret space programs was being decided. If Goode’s stunning revelations are accurate, as available evidence so far suggests, then humanity is beginning to witness a highly coordinated disclosure process, only recently approved by select clandestine organizations.
Goode claims that he was taken to the base for the purpose of debriefing a Secret Space Programs (SSP) Alliance Council meeting about his September 2015 visit to an ancient Inner Earth library. In earlier Cosmic Disclosure episodes, Goode revealed that he was taken to the Inner Earth library by a High Priestess called “Kaaree” who pointed out some of its contents along with some startling revelations.
Among these was that Zecharia Sitchin had used contrived information in his Earth Chronicles series of books. This did not appear to be a surprise to the SSP Alliance Council, presumably because they had access to the same data base found on the smart glass pads from which Goode says he first learned about Sitchin’s fabricated information during his space program service from 1987 to 2007.
According to Goode, the SSP Alliance Council comprises representatives from the Solar Warden program along with defectors from rival space programs, previously described by him as the Dark Fleet, Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate and smaller Space Access Programs possessing off-planet travel technologies.
The SSP Alliance Council has been conducting secret negotiations with an “Earth Alliance”, over the extent to which a large cache of documents should be released that reveals the existence of secret space programs and extraterrestrials, the history of Cabal/Illuminati policies in controlling such information, and crimes committed by the Cabal/Illuminati.
He described the Earth Alliance as comprising many dozens of international entities opposed to the Cabal/Illuminati. These include Asian secret societies, small militias, and groups with access to hidden treasures and information. Many of these entities have strong connections to major BRICS countries, such as China, whose interests they wish to promote.
Goode pointed out that while the SSP Alliance Council and the Earth Alliance have the same goal – full disclosure and release of advanced technologies – they have very different agendas over how to achieve this aim. Many in the Earth Alliance want to spread out disclosure of the truth over a 100 year period, and in the meantime allow China and other Eastern nations to become the new hubs of international business and high finance.
He pointed out that while the Earth Alliance and the SSP Alliance represent the full spectrum of humanity, they have been deeply fragmented in negotiations over what should be done to disclose the truth to the rest of humanity. Many in the Earth Alliance believe it would be irresponsible and foolish to move forward with a massive document dump, which would overwhelm the populace.
Another issue discussed was that the Earth Alliance has been infiltrated by Cabal/Illuminati operatives who have been given access to all of the documents that have been prepared for dumping into the public arena at some point. This was of a cause of great concern for the SSP Alliance Council, who believed that it would enable the Cabal/Illuminati to devise ways to neutralize the impact of such documents at the time of their eventual release. Goode said that the Cabal/Illuminati has taken steps to prevent another Snowden-like release of documents to the mass media.
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