Cosmic Disclosure: Darkness on the Far Side of the Moon with Niara Isley

Season 7, Episode 25

admin    20 Jun 2017


David Wilcock: All right. Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with our insider's insider, Corey Goode. And we have a very special guest, Niara Isley.

So Corey, welcome to the show.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: And Niara, welcome to the show.

Niara Isley: Thank you very much.

David: For the purpose of our viewers, let's assume they haven't read your book yet. They probably are going to want to after seeing this.

1 Facing The Shadow Embracing The Light

You started out in the military.

Niara: Uh-huh.

David: So this is how you got into that. So could you just give us a little backstory of how this ended up happening to you?

Niara: Well, I was in the Air Force from 1979 to 1983.

2 Niara Isley

I was an auto track radar specialist. That's a surface-to-air missile and anti-aircraft artillery radar.

David: Okay.

Niara: And there's a sweep-the-sky radar, like an air traffic control radar. And then it calls up different radar sites and said, “You have an incoming aircraft at such and such degree of elevation and azimuth and this range, and please point your radar in that part of the sky and see if you can pick up this guy, track him for five minutes.”

And then if we tracked him for five minutes, it was considered a kill.

David: Right.

Niara: And basically, an auto track radar paints a very tiny target on an aircraft. And it's a targeting point. So then if we were an active SAM site, surface-to-air missile site, then we would push a button, fire a missile, and blow that plane out of the sky.

What we were doing was teaching pilots to fly against radar to increase their survivability in a wartime setting.

David: Ah! And where did this start? Where were you stationed?

Niara: I was stationed at Nellis Air Force

3 Nellis AFB

David: Nellis? Wow!

Niara: In Nevada.

David: Now that's one of the ones that, if you've ever studied UFO lore, we hear a lot about.

Niara: And then I was part of a group that was bused up to radar sites in Tonopah and Tolicha Peak once a week, every other week.

4 Tonopah Test Range

5 Tolicha Peak

And then we would go out and do our job. And it was during that time, when I was at Tonopah, that I was taken in the middle of the night out to test the radar on “special aircraft”, which were extraterrestrial or back-engineered extraterrestrial craft.

David: So I guess first of all, just one more question would be, what was the rank that you held at the time that this happened?

Niara: I was an Airman First Class.

David: Okay. So how long had you been doing this job before you got this “special assignment”?

Niara: I was brand new to the job. '79, April of '79, I went in. And then after boot camp and so on and so forth, and then I went to Nellis after the beginning of the new year in 1980.

David: So this is exactly when Reagan takes control of the White House. And as you said, Corey, that a massive influx of financing goes into the military-industrial complex and this Secret Space Program.

Corey: Yes, And this is also . . . around 1980 was when Solar Warden was launched.

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David: So they told you that it was a special radar assignment and special craft or something?

Niara: They didn't tell you much of anything. They just treat you like cattle. You're just a person that knows how to run radar, so you get picked up. You get taken out there. You put on the scope, and you do what you're told.

We were given fatigues to wear with no rank insignia and no name tags. We were forbidden to speak to each other beyond what was necessary to run the radar and try to track the aircraft.

They effectively isolated us from each other through fear. “Don't talk to each other – other than what's absolutely necessary – and we're watching you all the time.”

David: This was in general, not just on this special assignment.

Niara: This was in general. This was in the special assignment.

David: Oh, in the special assignment.

Niara: Uh-huh. Because during the day in my regular job, I would wear my regular fatigues with name tags and patches . . .

David: Right.

Niara: . . . and stuff like that. But these fatigues were given . . . nothing identifying whatsoever. They didn't want us to have any means to search through our memory and think, “Oh, I saw this name tag,” or “I saw this patch,” or “I saw this whatever identifying mark.” They wanted to try to keep everything as generic as possible.

David: Other than Corey, I've had several insiders who I've spoken to who worked in what we could call the Secret Space Program, and THE MOST consistent element you hear from all of them is they're not allowed to talk to each other.

If they get to talk to ETs, they're only allowed to talk about what their job is. They're not allowed to ask any questions outside the assignment. And it's a very repressive environment in which if you so much as very slightly deviate from these guidelines, you could get a butt of a rifle in your head kind of thing.

Niara: Yeah. Mhm.

David: And Corey, of course, also has had the same experiences. In fact, we just were talking about you being picked up by these military-industrial complex people and that the guy was not wearing any . . .

Corey: Yeah, they were airmen. It was Air Force. And they weren't wearing the fleer or any patches.

Niara: Yeah.

David: Those are the little details that I notice as a researcher, doing this for 20 years, talking to insiders. So many things pop out that just can't be coincidence.

Niara: Right.

David: There's too many things that line up.

Corey: I had a question.

Niara: Sure.

Corey: When you were on this special assignment to using radars to paint unknown craft for the anti-aircraft batteries, can you describe . . . were you able to get a good look at these unknown craft?

Niara: I didn't get a good look at it from inside the radar van, in front of the scope. But when we were done with the test, and we went out and stood on the deck of the radar van while, I assume, officers were inside the radar van discussing the results of the test . . .

From my standpoint, we couldn't track those things. They could literally appear in one part of the sky and then blink out and be someplace else. So they couldn't be tracked.

And I think that's what they wanted from the test, that they couldn't be tracked.

So when I was standing out on the deck of the radar van, then yes, I did see the craft. I saw probably as many as 12 to 15. I didn't get an exact count.

What I focused on was the one that was closest. It was maybe 50 to 75 yards out. It was huge, saucer-shaped, glowing orange on the bottom.

David: Oh, wow!

Niara: And the bottom was like a transparent sort of skin or really thin metal.

And it looked like there were lights kind of lighting up in sequence around the bottom of the craft.

Corey: Shining through it?

Niara: Shining through the metal, yeah. And so I was watching it, and there was a sound coming from it that was like speakers at a rock concert when there's no music coming through and they're just sitting there kind of humming with a little static. That was the sound.

And then there was the vibration and feeling coming from it, too, even at that distance.

Corey: Yeah, that's still pretty close.

Niara: Uh-huh. You could kind of feel a little prickle in the air because that thing was putting out a hell of a field.

David: Were you tracking these unconventional aircraft all the time? Or was it just when you did this assignment at Tonopah?

Niara: Just when I did this assignment at Tonopah where I got taken out in the middle of the night, because usually, I had a day job where we would go out and we would track regular aircraft, you know, F-16s, F-4s, and whatever was out there flying to try to train pilots to fly against radar.

David: So when you got brought in to Tonopah for this special assignment, in the beginning, you're just tracking these unconventional aircraft. Or did you get abducted right away?

Niara: The primary job was the day job, and then this night thing would happen every so often. They'd come and get me in the middle of the night, and then it would be the weird things.

David: When you say “the middle of the night”, like what time?

Niara: After midnight, between midnight and 2:00 AM.

David: That's exactly when they would pick you up. [David is speaking to Corey.]

Corey: Hmm.

Niara: Yeah.

David: Same thing. So did you . . . Were you aware . . . Let me ask you this. Did it begin just with you tracking these unconventional aircraft before any type of abduction took place? Or did the abductions start at the same time as you were tracking the unconventional aircraft?

Niara: To my knowledge, the abductions started at the time I was tracking the aircraft.

David: Okay.

Niara: But I am an abductee of the Greys, or an experiencer of the Grey abductions since childhood, early childhood.

David: Oh.

Niara: And I write in my book that I had the distinct impression that the people that were working with me in the military knew that I was an abductee.

Corey: Clifford Stone!

Niara: Mhm.

Corey: That reminds us of Clifford Stone.

Niara: Yeah.

David: Well, it's also what you've said, Corey . . .

Corey: Right.

David: . . . that these MILABs are . . . They know who's being abducted.

Corey: They do.

David: They track everybody who's abducted.

Niara: And there's another guy, Dan Sherman. He wrote the book called “Above Black: Project Preserve Destiny” is the title.

8 Above Black

And he said the same thing. He was trained as an intuitive communicator, again, isolated from his other training companion, not allowed to speak to each other, the whole MO right there.

David: Right.

Niara: Uh-huh.

David: Obviously, by the time this has happened, big movies like “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” have come out. So when you're seeing these craft, are you thinking, “Okay, that's a flying saucer, that's a UFO”? Or were they trying to tell you it was one of ours?

Niara: No, they didn't tell me anything.

Corey: Yeah. Need to know.

Niara: Yeah. They just did that.

And the other thing about Dan Sherman's thing that's really important is as an intuitive communicator, he was tracking people who were being abducted by the Greys.

David: Right.

Niara: It's really important because he would be the one that supplied the information about people that are being abducted by the Greys to the military.

David: Right.

Niara: And you wonder about it. Why do you take somebody who's already had extraterrestrial experiences? Maybe because the shock of seeing the technology won't be quite so much if you're working with an abductee, or this or that. You can come up with all kinds of different reasons.

Or maybe there's some special faculty that I have as a human being that other human beings that aren't taken don't have. I don't know what it is, but I would certainly love some answers.

David: I'm just wondering if there was a point before maybe things really got traumatic and horrible where you had that moment of, “Wow! These are UFO's! They're having me track UFOs! This is amazing.”

Niara: Yeah.

David: Did that happen?

Niara: Mostly, I was just scared, because I only had a “Secret Security Clearance” at the time.

David: Oh.

Niara: And I thought, “What I am seeing is classified so far above 'Top Secret' that this is scaring the living hell out of me. It is scaring the living hell out of me that I'm even seeing this.”

And I was right to be scared because after we were done there, we were put on a bus with painted-over windows and taken to what I either . . . it was either Area 51, at an underground facility there, or I've recently heard that there was an underground facility at Tonopah.

And then we were put in a waiting room where . . . let's see . . . The chairs were diagonal. So if the room was square here, the chairs were set out diagonally with the backs here. We were facing this way. And behind us, there was a double door with light coming in from the hallway. But the lights were off in the room. [In other words, the people sitting in the chairs were facing the dark part of the room. The double doors and the light from the hallway were behind them.]

Again, my thinking is they were trying to disguise any details that might be shown by light to keep us, again, kind of in shadow with each other, so that we were forbidden to speak to each other. But if we were sitting next to other shadowy experiencers next to us, you know, you get the idea.

Yeah. They just wanted to do it. And then they called us one by one. And I've told this story so many times.

They called us one by one into this little room.

When it was my turn, I went in there. I laid down on a stainless steel examining table, fully clothed, and laid there for the longest time.

And there was a security guard with a sidearm standing at parade rest in the room, kind of next to the wall at the foot of that examining table.

Then finally, a guy came in with a white lab coat on, saying, “Stay calm,” three times in a real deadpan voice.

And when he walked around my right side, he came up with one smooth move. He had a . . . In his hand was a hypodermic needle, and he came up, one smooth move, and injected me in the side of the neck with some unknown chemical that put me immediately into chemical trauma.

And then, suddenly, two guys were on either side of me, on either side of the table, lifting me off the table and taking me down a very long flight of stairs.

And I was thrown in a little booth where I went through the effects of the injection.

David: When you say “chemical trauma”, what does that mean for people who don't know?

Niara: It was like having an instant seizure.

David: Oh, wow!

Niara: It was like [Niara throws her head back and her body shakes uncontrollably.] . . . like this. And the chemical went straight to the brain. Wherever they injected it, they wanted it to go straight to the brain.

David: Wow!

Niara: I was shaking. I couldn't really move. It was consciousness altering.

And here . . . this is an unusual supposition, but it's just a supposition based . . . It's an educated guess based on the experience and a few other things I've kind of put together in my own mind.

But because I've been a spiritual person my whole life, meditating and all kinds of spiritual inclinations and pursuits, I have to wonder because of the effects of the injection. I mean, I felt like I was going to . . . that the molecular bond between my molecules was being dissolved, and I was gonna dissolve and run through a drain in the floor of that little booth that they put me in.

It was really a terrifying feeling.

David: What were the effects on your consciousness? Were you able to have clear thoughts, or did you start to become very discombobulated?

Niara: I didn't have clear thoughts until later.

David: Okay.

Niara: But I had major psychic awakenings. I remember waking up in my bed in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the apartment that I was renting at the time.

And one morning, I woke up, and it was like all of reality just looked absolutely as fragile as it could be, like all I would have to do is blink or sneeze, and reality would shatter in front of my eyes.

And I closed my eyes again, and I said, “Whatever's going on here, it's really, really disconcerting, and it's kind of scary, and I want it to go away.”

And then when I opened my eyes again, things were more normal.

David: Corey, you've talked before about psychic training that's being done that involves injectables that seem to do something to consciousness.

So could you just briefly touch on that a little bit to what we're talking about here?

Corey: Yes. These were pharmaceutical medications that they would give people on a regular basis to enhance your intuitive abilities. And they would give people these types of shots, as well, that were remote viewers or remote influencers. So that is consistent.

Niara: I just felt scared, and I remember curling up in a fetal position in, like, a little ball with my arms around my knees on the floor of that booth.

And I just went through the effects of the injection, and I screamed and screamed and screamed.

David: Wow!

Niara: (Sighs) And then – this is really hard – and I had a hard time even believing this because I just didn't want to believe that other human beings could be so cruel to one of their own species.

But I was dragged out of that room after the effects of the injection were wearing off, and I was sexually assaulted by two security guards while eight people watched.

And one of the people watching was a Grey extraterrestrial.

David: My God!

Niara: And the Grey, interestingly enough, maybe because of my childhood experiences with the Greys and through young adulthood, maybe I'm sensitized to their telepathy, but I could have sworn that I heard the Grey thinking that he was kind of incredulous that human beings would do this to one of their own kind, that they would subject them to that kind of violence.

David: Wow! Did there seem to be any difference in how the Grey was treated as opposed to everyone else? Did it act differently, or were people treating it differently?

Niara: I have gotten the impression that some of the people in the chairs didn't want to be there. They didn't want to witness what they were witnessing because they were saying to these guys, probably, something like, “Well, if you ever talk, this is what your wives or daughters or sisters are gonna get.”

David: Were they having a similar type of uniform that had a lack of discriminating characteristics on it?

Niara: These were people in civilian clothes.

David: Oh, civies?

Niara: Mhm.

David: Okay.

Niara: Yeah, the people sitting in those eight seats were civilian clothed, or there was the E.T. And then the military people in the room . . . They may not even have been regular military. They might have been military contract workers.

David: Right.

Niara: And I say that because our regular military are mostly pretty good people, you know?

Corey: Yes.

Niara: I don't think they're gonna lend themselves to that kind of thing.

I also thought that the one blond security guard who was so brutal to me, I think that he might have been a psychopath or a sociopath that they got out of prison and put to work doing this kind of stuff because he had no conscience about doing horrible things whatsoever.

Corey: Yeah, they look for those types of people for these programs.

Niara: Yes. Uh-huh.

Corey: And also, I'm very familiar with them using sexual trauma to remove memories or to control a person on a very deep level.

Niara: Uh-huh.

David: Did anything else happen to you after the assault? Or did you just get brought back to your original base?

Niara: I was injected with something to put me to sleep. And then I assume they loaded me unconscious back onto the bus. They probably loaded me back on there and then dumped me back in my hotel room, tucked me into the bed to make sure that I wouldn't just be laying there fully clothed and whatever waking up and thinking, “What the heck happened to me in the night?”

David: Could you bring us to the next significant event that you remember happening after this initial traumatic experience?

Niara: The next major thing was being taken to the Moon. The next major thing that I was really dealing with.

David: So what I'd like to do, then, is let's go through that step by step.

Niara: Okay.

David: So again, you were working at Nellis most of the time?

Niara: Well, it's a funny thing because when you work the radar range, at least back then, when you were military working the radar range – I think they have civilians doing that job now – but you would work up there a week at a time, and then you would be down at Nellis for a week doing work around Nellis.

David: Okay.

Niara: Then you'd be back up another week. So every other week there was a different crew up there.

So I was a week on, a week off, a week on, a week off. And so this one week that I was up at the site, I got pulled out of bed in the middle of night, the usual routine.

David: Who pulled you out of bed? What did they look like?

Niara: That blond security guard, he was like my handler.

David: Okay.

Niara: He was usually always present for each one of the situations I found myself in.

David: And was he in a uniform, or how was he dressed?

Niara: He was wearing desert camo fatigues.

David: Okay.

Niara: Sometimes, I think, he wore other things, but that was mainly what he wore. And he had blond hair, very cold, blue eyes and a blond mustache.

So when I was talking about that ramp where you could look down at the craft, the way he took me, he took me to, like, an open garage door on the side of the mountain. And we went in from the ground level, where the craft was sitting parked.

And there was all these lights inside, and people were working around the craft. And there was this little ladder or stepladder that went up underneath the craft.

This security guard, he handed me these silver garments to put on. And I had to strip down and put them on without anything on at all. You had to wear them over naked skin.

And it had a strange faculty to it, where as soon as . . . It was shapeless, and then you put it on, and then it would kind of vacuum pack itself to your body.

And it had gloves and boots that would do the same thing. You'd put the boots on, and they'd be kind of suctioned on.

David: I've heard about this from other insiders.

Niara: Yeah.

David: And Corey, you're probably familiar with this kind of stuff, too.

Niara: Yeah. So that's what I put on. And so I had the boots. I didn't put the gloves on, but I had them with me.

And the blond security guard took me to the ladder to get onto the ship. And he said, “When you get on there, just go to the right and lay down. There's two other guys on there. You lay down between the other two guys that are laying on the floor.”

David: And what did it look like on the inside?

Niara: Very basic, not a lot of features. There were some chairs around this central console.

David: Okay.

Niara: And there was a beam, a rather wide beam, right through the very center.

David: That's the waveguide for the propulsion system.

Niara: Yeah. And while I was laying on the floor in there, there was a reptilian that stepped out from behind that beam. And I looked at it, and all the breath just went out of my body. It was like, you know, I just couldn't believe what I was seeing.

David: What was the height of the being?

Niara: Very, very tall.

David: Okay.

Niara: 8 feet, at least.

David: And what was the surface of the skin? What did it look like? What colors?

Niara: Kind of an olive gray green. And it didn't stay out where I could see it very long. It kind of moved out from behind that pillar, and then it moved back behind it.

David: Did it have vertical slit pupils?

Niara: Yes.

David: And what were the color of the eyes?

Niara: Yellow.

David: Okay. Did it have sharp teeth?

Niara: Yeah.

David: Could you describe the hands and feet of this being?

Niara: Yeah. Claws.

David: Well, this is all extremely consistent with Corey's reports.

Niara: Uh-huh. Yeah.

Corey: It's very upsetting to recall an encounter with one of those beings.

Niara: Yeah.

David: Based on what she's saying . . . We've talked about the fact that the Royals are white, that there's a lower level that's a sable black color. The type that she's describing, where do you think they would fit in to the hierarchy that you're familiar with?

Corey: They're like the worker bees or the soldiers.

David: Okay. So you're lying there, and this being comes out, and you see it, and you have extreme fear.

Niara: Mhm. Yeah.

David: And then it just retreats after that?

Niara: Well, it's kind of like it was just kind of moving around, and it moved out of the way of the beam. And then it just stepped back where . . .

Corey: To a control panel, behind it?

Niara: Yeah. It may have been the pilot. Or maybe there was a Grey pilot, but I didn't see the pilot.

But some human beings came in before the craft took off, and they occupied the chairs. And then me and the other two guys that were being shipped to the Moon were being shipped like human cargo. That's all I can say. That's how I felt. I felt like human cargo.

David: Were you strapped down to the floor?

Niara: No.

David: Okay.

Niara: No, they accomplish an awful lot with fear and intimidation.

Corey: Mhm. That's hard to make the average person understand, when you've been subjected to that kind of environment, how you can be so easily intimidated and do what you're told.

Niara: Yeah. Uh-huh.

David: What did it smell like inside the craft?

Niara: I think that I was smelling that creature. There was a musk to it.

David: Corey's used the same word.

Corey: Yeah. They're usually marked by their higher up who's controlling them with a musky spray.

Niara: Uh-huh. Yeah.

David: Wow!

Niara: Yeah. But when we did land, we were told to disembark the craft and to walk straight towards the nearest building. And we were not to look right, left, or up or down.

David: But you could breathe without a breaking apparatus.

Niara: I could breathe without a breathing apparatus. So either . . .

David: When you looked up, what did you see?

Niara: I wasn't really allowed to look up, but I did roll my eyes up to see if there was a dome up there because I thought, “I'm not wearing a spacesuit, and I'm on another planet, and I'm breathing.”

So I wasn't sure what to think of that. Either there is atmosphere on the Moon, or I was under a dome.

David: Did anything look unusual as you were looking around you?

Niara: No.

Corey: Eyes on the boots. Ha.

Niara: Yeah. Yeah, that's really pretty much it. Eyes on the boots is a good thing. So I'm walking. I didn't have my eyes on my boots. I had my head straight in front of me like this.

David: Did it look more like just another military facility?

Niara: Yeah.

David: Was there a lot of conventional military looking stuff?

Niara: It's kind of like they took the same old ugly military buildings that they have on the Earth and put them on the Moon.

Corey: Exactly.

David: Ha, ha, ha.

Niara: Ha, ha.

Corey: Same doors.

Niara: Quonset huts and . . .

David: Right.

Niara: Yeah. All kinds of stuff. So I walked over there. I mean, in some ways, . . .

David: To this building?

Niara: . . . you could not even realize you were on the Moon because the buildings are so similar to the ones down on Earth.

David: And they told you to go to the nearest building?

Niara: It was kind of a largish building. And we went in there, and there was lots of rooms and hallways and stuff like that. And we just went to this one room.

David: Okay.

Niara: So the two things that I remember most about that particular trip to the Moon was the work that I did, where they had me operate some kind of electromagnetic excavation equipment because they were excavating different area of the Moon for more buildings.

And there was this thing where they had embedded two metal plates down into the ground. And then when they turned the electromagnetic equipment on, it was like those two plates were two poles of a magnet that are like poles. And they would repel, but very powerfully.

And these two plates would go apart and excavate this entire area as they're moving apart.

David: Crushing the rocks as they went?

Niara: Yeah. Uh-huh.

David: Wow!

Niara: Yeah. It was that strong of a magnetic field they were using. And you have to be kind of careful around that strong of a magnetic field because we've got minerals in our blood that could be pulled on.

David: Wow!

Niara: So there was that.

David: And they trained you on how to do this drilling, or this mining?

Niara: Yeah. Well, there wasn't that much to do. You just kind of operated the machinery, and you had to stand in your little thingy.

You know, so many people have been, shall we say, rubbed out because of the UFO field. I heard that 400 people alone were killed to cover up the Roswell incident.

David: Wow!

Niara: I don't think they're really at liberty to just dispose of people like that, especially people like me that they pluck from their normal, regular, everyday life and put in this situation.

So it's very important their mind control techniques, and the mind control trauma techniques, are fine-tuned to the point that you're not going to remember, at least not right away, what was done to you or where you were. But they want it to be covered up.

So they just keep doing these . . . It's a combination of trauma and drugs.

David: And Corey, you've said that the techniques work so well that only a small percentage of people actually remember anything, right?

Corey: Yeah. Yeah, just 3~5%.

David: Right.

Niara: So there was the excavation equipment.

David: Okay.

Niara: That was one thing. And then there was a lot of just manual labor, like stacking boxes and moving things from this shelf to that shelf, or just a lot of lift and haul kind of work.

The food was terrible. It was something I would call gruel and maybe dried bread and maybe a little water.

And then at night, I wasn't allowed to sleep. That was another part of the programming.

Corey: Sleep deprivation.

Niara: Sleep deprivation has been huge. Sleep deprivation in and of itself is a trigger for PTSD for me. And I've had a lot of sleep deprivation in my life.

David: Was there anything extraterrestrial or otherwise unconventional that you saw while you were there on this base?

Niara: When I was outside doing the excavation, I would catch glimpses of extraterrestrials. And the ones I remember were very, very tall and willowy. And they didn't look quite like traditional Greys. I'm not sure what species or race they were.

But it was one of them, that I found out in a later hypnosis session, that may have helped me get out of that situation.

David: Wow!

Niara: Yeah. Because they could see me energetically. And they looked at me, and they could see me energetically. And they just said, “They really shouldn't be doing this to this woman.”

David: So you've been out there as a public figure. You've done conferences. I hope you're gonna get a lot more invitations because I think your story is very important.

Niara: Yeah. Uh-huh.

David: Do you think the Illuminati has a vulnerability? Do you think that they are invincible? Or do you think there is a way that this could be turned around in humanity's favor?

Niara: It could absolutely be turned around in humanity's favor because I know you know [David], and I know that you know [Corey] that everything is consciousness. Everything is consciousness.

And this physical stuff we see right here is underlied by an energy that makes this possible.

David: Right.

Niara: And that energy and those subatomic particles are influenced by thought, consciousness and intention.

And anything that we are looking at . . . Have you heard of the Georgia Guidestones, right?

David: Of course.

Niara: Okay. The Georgia Guidestones think we should have the population reduced to what, 500 million?

David: Yes.

Niara: Uh-huh. Okay. You know why they want to do that? Because they're scared to death. They are scared to death that 7 billion people could awaken and take the game away from them just by the power of consciousness.

And it doesn't even have to be all 7 billion. It just has to be a tipping point amount. And those are the people that I hope we're reaching out to today.

David: Do you have spiritual words of inspiration that you would like to share with those people who are awakening and who believe your story at this time?

Niara: Yeah. I would just say, realize that so much programming has been done on the human race for so many millennia to try to program our consciousness.

And this is the real Matrix, folks. It's trying to program our consciousness into a world that keeps them in control and keeps us subject to them. And it's all a lie because we are the ones with the real power.

The power of our consciousness is the real power on this planet, and we're all living under it right now. We are the ones fueling the machine, fueling the Matrix with the power of our programmed consciousness, programmed by the Illuminati, to create a version of reality where they are in control of us.

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And all we have to realize is that that is a lie, and that we need to take our power back, and that we need to realize that through the power of our consciousness and intention . . . and we need to use the negativity in the world in a positive fashion.

That means when you look at something like a story I saw recently that the Great Barrier Reef is dead, so you can take that and you can turn it.

You can say, “Wow! There's a story that the Great Barrier Reef is dead. I'm going to go into my consciousness, and I'm going to see it thriving and alive and coming back into its full glory.”

And use your power of your consciousness on that. So every time you see something out there that scares you, don't shy away from the fear. Just realize, “Yeah, that's a scary thing, and now I'm going to turn it completely 180 degrees, and I'm going to visualize something beautiful I want to see in its place.”

And I would urge you also that if you're in a place where the weather will permit it, go outside and do this visualization. And take your shoes off, and put your feet on the Earth, because the Earth herself wants this process of human evolution to occur.

And just like when we saw people touching things in “Avatar” in the ground, and the plants would light up, that happens here, too.

We don't see it visibly, but it happens here, too. Okay? We are connected with our Earth mother, just like the Native Americans have taught down through the ages. So get her onboard.

And remember where it said, Jesus said, “Wherever three or more are gathered in my name”? Try to get a couple of friends to go out with you barefoot on the Earth. All hold hands and pick that thing that you want to visualize as healed and whole and complete. And we can change this planet, and we can take it back, and we can make it a garden again.

I believe that with every fiber of my being.

Corey: So do I.

David: How does it feel, Niara, to have folks like Corey and William Tompkins coming forward so remarkably validating your testimony?

Niara: It's a relief. It's a relief because you put out a story like mine, and you know that at least half the people that read the book are gonna think you're wonkers. And whatever.

But I don't have any investment in people believing the book. I just want people to have an idea of the kinds of things that are going on. And I did tons of research. And I put tons of research links in the book because I wanted people to realize that I'm just not some lone voice in the wilderness coming out with this.

I'm part of a whole culture and a whole community of people that are coming out and saying that this is real and this is happening. And if it doesn't stop, we are all at risk.

David: I know from hearing your story that there's going to be a lot more validation.

Niara: There is a lot more.

David: And I applaud you for your bravery and your courage in coming out today . . .

Niara: Thank you.

David: . . . and sharing this with the world. It's a very personal thing for you. And I just love you, and I want you to know that. And I'm here with you as we go through this together.

Niara: Thank you.

David: Thank you.

Niara: Thank you both.

David: And I want to thank you folks at home for your support for her and for this effort that we're making to try to bring peace to this planet and to all beings living on it.

So we'll see you next time. This is “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm David Wilcock here with Corey Goode and Niara Isley. Thanks for watching.

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