Source – Discerning the Mystery
by Shem El-Jamal, January 11, 2017
The discussion within this episode consisted of a much-welcomed addition to the disclosures of recent times. Within this talk, Corey Goode and David Wilcock examine the impact of Corey’s abductions and how the test results collected from these abductions have changed the perspective of the SSP operatives who conducted them.
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Revealing a Bigger Plan
David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock, and I am here with Corey Goode.
And in this episode, we’re going to get into some very exciting new updates. I have seen some of the bullet points of what we’re going to be talking about, and this is really going to be one of the classics. I’m sure of that.
So Corey, welcome back to the show.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: When we last left off, you had experienced a knee injury as you were falling out of this MIC craft – Military-Industrial Complex, MIC, what you used to call the Lower-Level Space Program; we’re trying to give them a more respectable name.
Take us from there. What happens next after you’ve had the knee injury?
Corey: Well, since the last time that we spoke and that I released an update, soon after I’d gotten home – it was around October the 26th, early in the morning – I found myself once again in my shorts and T-shirt, no shoes, walking in the parking lot behind my house.
I woke up in the middle of walking, and as I was trying to figure out what was going on, I’m still walking. I’m walking towards the same craft as last time, the one that’s sort of fish-shaped when you look at it from the top.
David: So this is clearly some kind of anti-gravity craft, . . .
David: . . . not a regular airplane at all?
Corey: So I see the same two airmen from the last time. And as I was walking up, they immediately asked me if I’m physically able to walk up the ladder.
David: So these were the guys that brought you home and then jogged back the last time?
Corey: Yes, same guys.
Corey: They walked me up the stairs. I walked through that same storage room, and they walked me into the room where I’ve been several times before, the one that has the beds that fold out of the wall and chairs.
Corey: Right. It looks like a little medical room.
David: Now, you’ve had some pretty unpleasant experiences in there. So how are you feeling when you find yourself unable to control your own walking, and you walk right up to this craft?
Corey: It’s . . . My heart was beating really fast. It was pure anxiety.
Corey: My heart was beating really fast. I’m breathing heavily. I’m trying not to show it, because you don’t want to show any type of weakness to these types of people.
David: Of course.
Corey: But I’m sure they could still see it in my face.
Corey: But I was feigning that I was being braver than I really was.
Corey: So they walked me over, sat me down in that chair, buckled me in the harnesses and left.
Corey: Yeah. So the next thing I know . . .
David: Was there anything different about it, or did it all look the same?
Corey: It all looked the same. The energy was a little bit different. They seemed like they had a little bit friendlier of an energy about them – not as stern.
Corey: They were still military like.
David: Interesting. So even though they’re strapping you into a harness where you’ve been tortured before, somehow the vibes were better this time based on what you’re saying about the energy?
Corey: Yeah, a little bit more laid-back. Not . . . I wouldn’t say friendly, but friendlier.
David: Right. You were dealing with this guy who looks kind of like Sigmund Freud or something with the white hair.
Corey: Yeah, white goatee.
David: And he didn’t believe that you had been to these places, but you know you’ve been there. And his scientific test was intended to confirm what he’d heard before, but he wanted his own proof.
Corey: Right. And they had done the same tests before, and he wanted to have control of the evidence all the way to the lab.
David: Okay. So now you’re thinking maybe something has come out of this where it was proven right again, and it’s changed their attitude. Maybe they realized they’re not the only cog in the machine, so to speak.
Corey: Right. Yeah. So I’m sitting there, and as soon as they walk back out the other way back towards the storage room and the tail of the craft, and the older gentleman that we were just talking about, with the white goatee and hair, came briskly walking in from the forward of the craft.
David: Now, did he ever give you any name besides, “Just call me Sir”?
Corey: He was saying, “You know, I now believe that some of what you’re saying is true based on the test results. So apparently, you were in a proximate area that you claimed that you were.”
Corey: So I didn’t know whether to be relieved or not. So I was just sitting there listening.
David: So do you think that maybe . . . I mean, this would obviously be a really big deal for this guy. I mean, we could just call him for a name, because he looks like Freud. We could call him Sigmund. Right?
David: So Sigmund is now confronted with evidence that everything that his whole life has been built around is a lie.
Corey: He went on to say, “I was actually stationed at several bases in Antarctica.”
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Considering this statement from Sigmund about being stationed in the Antarctic location, a few thoughts came to my mind. It was my understanding that these bases belonged to the Cabal and that they had at one point, been the joint bases of the Nazi and the Draco. If Sigmund was stationed there, it may have been that his station occurred before he joined the SSP Alliance.
It may also be that these bases are multifaceted and that there are multiple groups working with the ETs that live there. As we may remember, even sworn enemies among ET groups attempt to keep peace among themselves in these joint-base locations. It could be that the Cabal and the Alliance have a ceasefire in effect so that both groups can operate in this Antarctic location. However, this is only a guess.
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