Cosmic Disclosure: Beyond the Limits of the Sun

Season 2, Episode 11

admin    11 Dec 2015


DW:: Welcome to "Cosmic Disclosure." I'm your host, David Wilcock. And we are interviewing Corey Goode.
So we've been talking about the development of our solar system by the military industrial complex, and the faction that we have been focusing on is the defense contractors that merged with the Germans who originally did the work that has come to be called the Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate, or ICC.
So here with more on the ICC is Corey Goode. Corey, thank you for being here.

CG: Thank you.

DW: We were talking in the previous episode about certain regions that as the ICC expanded out into our solar system, they were mining various moons. You had said that one of the areas of particular interest that they were working on was the moons around Jupiter, and you said the moons around Uranus. You also said that Saturn was essentially the forbidden region in some sense.
Now, previously I talked to you about the people that had settled on the moon on the dark side. And you said those are the super federation types, but that Mars is kind of like its own territory.

CG: The moon is a hodgepodge of the Super Federation types and the Draco Alliance types-- a whole bunch of different types, many of whom do not like each other. But this is a very strict diplomatic zone that people are just a few kilometers away from each other who live in strict peace that have been at war for millennia, to make that clear.

DW: Sure. And you said that many of the people that live on the moon don't live on Mars.

CG: Correct.

DW: And that Mars had its own sort of separate domain. Is there a relationship between the settlers on the moon, the settlers on Mars, and the settlers in the Saturn moons that you were describing? Or are they all different?

CG: There's quite a bit of difference. What I've described as this Federation Super Council, this is a Super Federation made up of other federations, councils, and other different organizations and groups.

DW: So hence the word "Super."

CG: "Confederations" I've heard used. And it's kind of like a giant UN of all of these different federations, confederations, councils, that come to meet. And there are 40 main groups with 20 other groups that are there a fair amount of the time but not all the time.
Now, these groups are more of the human-looking, human type. And their bases seem to be mainly on the back of the moon and on moons of some of the gas giants, especially Saturn, so much so that there are areas around certain moons of Jupiter and Saturn that our vessels were completely forbidden from going anywhere near. And this is in our own solar system. These areas were off limits.

DW: Our vessels meaning your solar warden faction?

CG: The Secret Space Program, all of Earth's Secret Space Programs were not allowed. No Earth space vessels were allowed within a certain distance of these moons.

DW: Now, I had Jacob, my space program insider who I've mentioned before, tell me that some of these moons, the entire interior would be like a geodesic shape, that has, like a dodecahedron let's say, pentagonal faces with trees and habitable land, and the whole interior of it is hollow. And you can fly your craft along, and you get to a certain point and then you make a turn and you fly this way, and when you get inside there it's almost like a paradise type of world. Do you think that might be some of what is going on in these Saturn moons, that they're that built out inside?

CG: Mm-hmm.

DW: Did you encounter information like that yourself?

CG: Yes.

DW: Really?

CG: And I encountered information that I've tried to stay a lot away from. All of this is so incredible, but our moon is also an artificial body.

DW: That's something that almost everyone in the know that I've spoken to has said.

CG: It's in a locked orbit with the Earth with almost like a tractor beam technology that has locked it in orbit with the Earth, and they found the energy field that goes deep within the Earth to where it's focused to anchor the moon. And the moon only changes position, as in it goes further from the Earth by, I think, centimeters every certain amount of years or something.

DW: You're saying that's not normal for a moon?

CG: Absolutely not. The Earth's density and the gravitational effect it has in time-space, creating a torsion field by its spinning and contorting space-time, is not enough to capture something of what scientists say the density of the moon is. And because of the spinning of the Earth, it should have an effect on the moon to cause it to spin.

DW: Oh, wow.

CG: But the moon is locked in. It doesn't spin. It's locked in too close to the Earth, and it is not something that could have been captured. None of the scientific models have worked, that it was once part of the Earth and was flung out. It was around 500,000 years ago that the moon became a satellite.

DW: Which is exactly what all the other insiders have told me as well.

CG: Well, that's the documentation.

DW: And you're familiar with-- I said this to you on the phone, which blew me away. I mentioned Brilliant Pebbles.

CG: Yes. Operation Brilliant Pebbles, with a backwards traced-- And they use the same program in forensics on Earth all the time. But in the asteroid belt they were able to, after they mapped all of the asteroids and their trajectories, they were able to reverse, over many hundreds of thousands of years, where they all would have been at one point.

DW: We've just had in the very recent past now photographs sent to earth for the first time of Pluto. Pluto's pretty far out there. And then you've got the Oort Cloud. Is there anything like the Oort Cloud, where they've gone that far out to the edge and developed mining facilities or colonies there, as well?

CG: There are a lot of surprises out in the Oort Cloud.

DW: Really?

CG: And Pluto's a very interesting planet to lead in itself. It's a very strange orbit. It's not on the orbital plane that all the other planets are on.

DW: Yeah. Pluto's on an elliptical orbit like this, and everything else is like this. That's true.

CG: And that has something to do-- we're a failed binary system. There are other Pluto-sized planets inside the Oort Cloud.

DW: Which they just haven't told us about?

CG: Right.

DW: Wow. Is there more Ancient Builder Race stuff out there that they were able to find and pressurize and use for their own colonies?

CG: They found the Ancient Builder Race stuff everywhere. In the Oort Cloud-- I mean, it's everywhere. The ICC has gone out into the Oort Cloud, and they're establishing bases on planetoids out there as well.

DW: Up until now, everything we've talked about is inside the solar system. Did they have trouble getting out of our solar system, the ICC? Is it easy to leave the solar system? Did they go anywhere else? Did they find anything else?

CG: Yes, they're traveling to several solar systems.

DW: Really?

CG: Well, there are two that are working quite a bit outside of the solar system. One of them is that NATO-type group, the League of Nations Secret Space Program kind of.

DW: Global Galactic League of Nations, we call them.

CG: Global Galactic League of Nations. And they've been working almost exclusively outside the solar system, and the Dark Fleet that is a super advanced, warlike, offensive secretive space fleet that work alongside the Draco alliance and fly outside the solar system and help them in their warfare.

DW: OK. So we got those two things, but you mentioned several systems. I'm curious if the ICC is colonizing outside our solar system, besides the Global Galactic League of Nations. Were there materials that they found outside our solar system that they needed that they didn't have enough of here? Anything like that?

CG: All the raw materials here are what they need, but there are plenty of other bases in our local star cluster that are from several of the different space programs, including the ICC.

DW: You said plenty.

CG: Yes. And from what I've seen, the one that I described being brought to was on a moon around a gas giant.

DW: You're talking about the GGLN, the Global Galactic League of Nation base? That was a moon?

CG: That was a moon.

DW: Oh. But I thought you said there was water there.

CG: Yeah.

DW: There was water on the moon?

CG: Yes, yes. It was inside a cave where the train stopped that went through the portal, and then to the left, where the secure area-- to where people went in deeper into the facility, and to the right, you were like in a grotto cave area. And there was a large cave entrance, and as you looked out you could see other moon-type structure things out in space. And then there was a pool of water outside, a luminescent pool of water that people were having, like R&R in.

DW: Well, NASA has recently stated-- and this is on public record-- 20% of all stars we see have Earth-like planets based on their calculations. So that's just the official word too, which might even be an underestimation. Is that consistent with what the ICC and these other groups started to find when they went to other stars? Are there an abundance of watery planets that may be able to be something we could move to if we needed to?

CG: Yes, but most likely it would be a scenario to where we would have to go and take it from somebody.

DW: Right. Most of these planets are inhabited already.

CG: That kind of seems to be the model. Any of these moons-- a lot of these are moons.

DW: Really? Earth-like moons?

CG: Earth-like moons.

DW: Do they orbit gas giant planets?

CG: Mm-hmm.

DW: Really?

CG: And a lot of these are super Earths, like Earths. We're not that rare and special as we think we are. I mean, yes, we have a wide range of genetic diversity and life here. But from the traveling that the Secret Space Program has done, the trade we've done with other ET groups that have brought us specimens of life from all these other planets, there's an unbelievable amount of life out there.
And this is not going to happen because things are going to change-- but if we did go down a road to where we used up all the resources on our planet, and we're going to go out and find another planet to live on, it's going to be very difficult because the model of the galaxy seems to be any planet that is like this is going to have tons of life and also intelligent life.

DW: Both on the surface and inside the planet for the most part?

CG: Definitely on the surface.

DW: So what are the logistics of getting to another solar system? You mentioned that the Germans started out flying over the course of a few hours to get to some of these places, but that as the technology's improved, it's only a few minutes.

CG: Going from star system to star system now, it is routine. And it takes almost no time.

DW: Even for a larger jump?

CG: Even for a larger jump. You are traveling through-- Every planet, every star, every galaxy has an electromagnetic relationship with every other one. And there's kind of a web between each one.

DW: So there's some kind of electromagnetic filaments?

CG: Filaments. And if you calculate it right, you can travel from point A to point B whichever, wherever you want in one jump. And instead of traveling through open space with a superluminal engine or craft, you can travel through this portal filament where time does not exist. And it's pretty much instantaneous.

DW: Is that something that you have to wait for the filament to be in the proper alignment?

CG: Yes.


CG: It's very much something that has to be calculated, or you don't end up where you want to go.

DW: Are there are other ways to do it that involve kind of skipping around? If certain filaments are not available, you can take plenty of other ways to get there.

CG: Yeah. It's just like if you want to fly from the East coast to the West coast, you can take a one-way flight, or you can take a flight that has a few layovers.

DW: Are there routes in which they could computer program the whole thing, and no human pilot calculation is required? And if they drop off in one star system, they just immediately zip over to the next portal and take off again? Or are there times where they have to kind of hang out and wait for one to open?

CG: Yeah. That's what happens with the portal system that's close by our star system, and why we have so much interstellar traffic from other beings. Most of them fly by and don't even stop by our solar system. They fly close by our solar system. They stop, wait, do their calculation, wait for-- according to their calculations, the correct timing, jump on that one web that leads to their destination, and then they're off.

DW: So none of it takes that long?

CG: No. To these ET societies that have been doing this for so long, they've got it down pat.

DW: It's probably all automated too, right?

CG: Most likely.

DW: Not all planets are going to have full habitation. There's probably going to be prehistoric planets that don't have intelligent life having evolved yet.

CG: Yeah, they're all different levels of development, the planets.

DW: Did the ICC or any of these space program groups find any prehistoric planets near us?

CG: I don't know where they're located, but I've read about yes, there are planets that are very much described as being very prehistoric-like conditions.

DW: Hmm. Have they ever attempted to utilize those planets or land on them or create an outpost around them or anything like that?

CG: There's one planet that I think some information has leaked out about that is somewhat of a prehistoric planet that they had found a portal connection to, that Earth syndicate groups that were also ICC-related groups were sending people to. It's more kind of a continuity-of-species type project to ensure the survival of the species.

DW: How prehistoric is this planet? Is it down at the level of like the trilobites and the crawly crabs?

CG: We're talking like dinosaur kind of stuff.

DW: Dinosaurs, really? Do we, as in the space program, already have enough technology now to try to seed a planet with our life from Earth, or to make it more hospitable for us to terraform it?

CG: That was under heavy development back when I was on the research vessel. But a long-term terraforming of a planet is something we could definitely do.

DW: All right. So while we're mapping out our habitation of our solar system and beyond, we haven't covered the moons of Mars. We haven't covered Mercury. We haven't covered Venus. You had said to me before, we can't land on gas giants because there's too much heat and too much pressure.

CG: Venus is another story. On the surface of Venus we have very heavily pressurized bases that are just like any of the bases like we would have at the bottom of the Marianas Trench, heavily pressurized. But believe it or not, most of the bases we have are in the upper atmosphere in the clouds.

DW: Of Venus?

CG: Of Venus. These are entire bases that are floating in the upper atmosphere of the clouds, and these are ICC-controlled facilities.

DAVID: Really? Well, so many times I've seen incredible parallels between what you and all the other insiders in the know have said and what's in the Law of One Material. And it can't be an accident. And the Law of One Material said that the group that did the speaking actually had lived on Venus, 1.2 billion with a B years ago. Are there any ruins that were found on Venus that you know of? Is there any type of evidence of an ancient civilization?

CG: Venus is a very-- there's a very huge information blackout. There's something going on on Venus.

DW: So even at your level, you weren't allowed to know about it?

CG: Oh, there was a lot of stuff I wasn't able to-- When I was looking through the glass pad, I would blue screen on a lot of stuff. But on Venus, I was able to just know-- and we saw vessels coming and going from Venus. But there's something going on on Venus that I have no idea what it is. Maybe some whistleblower out there will come forward.
I have a feeling after this series has aired, there's going to be others who've been in this program that I've been in, are going to finally come forward. I know many have talked to you and other researchers out there that have mainly talked off the record, but on the record have, just like I've stated, walked right up to the line, stopped, and then backed off and not told what they've known. And a lot of these people, I have a very good idea of the jobs they did. And I know they know a lot more. But there are a lot more people out there that I hope to inspire to come forward with their information.

DW: The Mars moons, Phobos and Deimos. This is probably the last thing we have time to talk about. Did the ICC build anything on those moons, since they're right there next to their prized planet?

CG: I know that they were explored. I'm not sure if they built anything on them. Phobos was once-- I know that many different groups have been exploring that-- it's hard to call it a planetoid because it was artificial-- but have been exploring it to get technology that was in it.

DW: Oh, wow.

CG: Somehow it has collapsed on itself. And it is also, on a regular basis, when Mars gets this large buildup of electricity built up in its crust, it releases it in a huge thunderbolt that hits Phobos. So I don't know if that would be a really good place to--

DW: Yeah, it doesn't sound like it.

CG: --to hang out or build a base.

DW: Every time I ask you questions I'm learning all kinds of new stuff, so this is really mind blowing. This is "Cosmic Disclosure" because you need to know. I'm David Wilcock, and we'll see you next time.

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