Source – Discerning the Mystery
by Shem El-Jamal, January 8, 2017
When I first saw the subject of this episode, I was beside myself. Up until this point, we have heard the eye-opening testimonies of Corey Goode and his extensive experiences within the Secret Space Program. These have been multifaceted and hold numerous implications within them. The discussion within this episode would reveal an entirely new angle of corroboration to Goode’s testimony.
We have heard from numerous military operatives within the black ops community. The collection of these disclosures have painted an extremely substantial picture of the events taking place over our heads and under our feet. So when we come to the subject of this episode, we have already laid a foundation for further corroborations.
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The experiences of Dr. Pete Peterson are among the most interesting I have ever heard. Though admittedly, many of the details of Dr. Peterson’s accounts were initially difficult for me to piece together.
Peterson hails from a long lineage of intellectual and engineering prowess, and has enjoyed such an array of curricular opportunities to outdo most any resume. There is much to say about Dr. Peterson, but I will leave that to the discussion.
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Interview with the Insider
David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock, and I am so glad to be bringing you none other than Pete Peterson. So, Pete, welcome to the show.
Pete Peterson: Thank you, David.
David: When you first started talking to me, one of the things you said was so surprising about an extraterrestrial experience that your family went through with you.
Pete: My parents had a big formal English garden out behind our house.
Pete: And had a nice raised gazebo, orchestra stand, whatever, and they did a lot of city events. This town was about three blocks long, maybe four.
David: Ha, ha.
Pete: And we were having this . . . I was 10 years old. I remember that. And we were having this wedding there.
And just about as they were to say their vows, somebody said, “Holy cow!”, or words to that effect. “What’s that?”
And everybody turned and looked. And for the next hour, for God knows why, we were given a show of flying saucers. And that’s the only thing you could call them. They were every kind of shape and size you could imagine.
Some actually went through the air like subway cars, which you don’t see, but like a wild train at Disneyland. And they had little round holes, and you could see that there was something inside the hole, because there was light inside like there would be from an airplane.
David: What were some of the shapes that you saw?
Pete: Well, we had cylinders. And some went this way [vertical] and some when this way [horizontal], but they didn’t seem to turn this way [horizontal and then vertical], they just went this way [either stayed vertical or stayed horizontal while moving].
David: How many objects did you see in the sky, roughly?
Pete: Oh, at one time I might have seen 30.
Pete: And most of the time you saw five or six. Then they’d come by and make passes. They’d come by and go straight up and disappear. They’d come straight down and turn and go sideways. They’d circle around.
There were four little cities there together. There’s New Plymouth, Idaho; Fruitland, Idaho; Payette, Idaho; and Ontario, Oregon. It’s right on the Snake River. Right off the backside of my father’s farm, or my grandfather’s farm, is the Snake River. And that’s the division between Oregon and Idaho in western Idaho.
And so they were seen by about 6,000 people in those towns.
Pete: There were tops, I called them, because I had a toy top as a kid that you push this thing up and down and it would make noise and spin.
Pete: So there were some of them bell-shaped, and some of them were absolutely just round as this table and then just perfectly rounded on the sides like a traditional flying saucer.
Pete: But some of them usually had like a cupola effect on it, like a saucer with a cupola, like a control area where you could see out of, and a bottom of it that was there.
And there were some of them that put down landing gear and lifted it. How, I would assume it was landing great rather than . . . It might have been stabilization gear, but three legs would come down.
And they’d have a pad at the end about the size of this table [about 5′, or 150cm, in diameter].
And some of them came within, I would say, as close to 60, 70 feet [183~213 meters] from us.
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