Up until this point, we have heard some extraordinary accounts from Corey Goode and numerous other researchers and whistleblowers in the Cosmic Disclosure series. These accounts have been astounding with regard to content and the implications this content brings to our everyday lives. To learn about these concepts has been impactful for many of us. However, very little could prepare us for the amount of implication brought to us in this particular episode.
Many of us are familiar with the Law of One as being a staple in one’s journey for understanding our earthly situation—in both ancient and present times. This is a highly respected text which has a way of coherently connecting all major religions with the parallel concepts among them all. It also holds numerous scientifically verifiable principles, many of which were not even known in mainstream science at the time the Law of One text was transcribed. Along with these exceptional qualities, the Law of One holds yet another feature which we may have missed until this point.
As it turns out, the Law of One text has astonishing parallels which disclosed the existence of the Secret Space Program decades before we ever knew these programs existed. In fact, the detail within these passages is so remarkable that it may be difficult for some to believe their origin. However, this level of verification is very unlikely to be disproved in any logical way.
The Law of One and the Secret Space Program
David Wilcock: All right, welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock, and in this episode we’re going to start verifying some of the things that Corey has been telling us with empirical data. And there are various ways this has been coming in.
We did some episodes of William Henry talking about ancient art work and how it shows Blue Spheres, it shows Blue Avians.
We’ve got a new whistleblower, William Tompkins, who’s come forward and validates many of the things Corey’s saying. And now, also, we have The Law of One material, which has some unbelievable pay-offs of everything you’ve been hearing in this show.
So, Corey, welcome back.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: Since what we’re about to discuss is going to be really mind-blowing for most people, the amount of correlation that’s in The Law of One to what you personally encountered in your job, let’s just talk about did they know about The Law of One in the Space Program, and if so, what was their opinion about it?
Corey: Yes, The Law of One was definitely known about. And certain individuals were required to read it. I was told that it was negative material and stay away from it. Stay away for it.
David: Ha, ha, ha.
Corey: And I did. I stayed away from it. I think in the early 2000s it was online, and I scrolled through and looked at a little bit of it, and that was the extent of it. But I never dug in and read it because I was somewhat programmed that it was, you know, something to stay away from.
David: Now, there were other people who we spoke to as whistleblowers who independently verified that as well, that they knew about The Law of One and the Secret Space Program. It’s a common factor.
Corey: And if you recall that was one of the questions that one of the SSP Alliance asked Raw Tear Eir is, “Are you the . . .
David: “Are you the Ra from The Law of One?”
David: And then he just answered, “I am Ra.”
Corey: “I am Raw Tear Eir.” That is just all he said back.
David: And in every question that they answer in The Law of One, they always start . . . The first statement they make is, “I am Ra.”
Corey: Right. And all it did was confuse the audience, because they didn’t . . . They were like, “Okay, he doesn’t want to answer the question.”
David: So, in this episode, we’re going to be getting into a deleted piece of material – there was an entire session, Session 8, that came through on January 26, 1981. That whole session was deleted from The Law of One because Dr. Don Elkins, the guy asking the questions, didn’t know that this was possible.
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