Season 10, Episode 10
David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I am here with Corey Goode for his fascinating cosmic updates. And in this episode, we're going to cover the return of the Ancient Builder Race.
Corey, welcome back.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: So we are in the middle of a very important scene here with a cliffhanger. You were told you were going to get a tour of the LOC [Lunar Operation Command], and you mentioned for the first time on this show that there are actually three of them.
So could you tell us a little bit more about what was that tour going to be, and why is it relevant?
Corey: I was told that I was going to be able to tour some ancient facilities that the three LOCs were built around.
David: Oh, really?
Corey: Right. Immediately after the briefing had concluded, we were escorted directly to that tour, but the briefing wasn't over.
What occurred was the window that was against the wall that had the moonscape scene, one of the large smart-glass pad screens lowered from the ceiling.
And Sigmund stood up, and he said, “I've got a treat for the both of you.”
He stood next to the screen, and then pivoted back toward us at the table, and he said, “For some time, we have been observing what appears to be a derelict craft that's been coming towards our Solar System, and it's, you know, one of the many things out there that we're monitoring.”
David: Did you have a sense as to what he meant by “for some time”? Are we talking many years?
Corey: That's all I got.
Corey: So I know they've probably been tracking it for many years.
David: Hm. Okay.
Corey: He said, “We were observing it with key interest, because it was getting closer and closer to the Outer Barrier.”
And the region where the Outer Barrier is, they were kind of interested to see what would happen when the craft interacted with the Barrier, . . .
Corey: . . . like what type . . .you know. They could gather intel.
David: Did they have any intel on . . . like if a spacecraft had tried to escape our Solar System and hit the Barrier, does it explode? What actually happens if something strikes the Barrier?
Corey: It seemed to be kind of like a plastic or something that held them back.
Corey: They would try to go, and it would hold them back.
David: So it didn't necessarily destroy them, but it just would stretch?
David: So how much information were they able to gather about this craft? Like, were they observing it up close? Were they landing on it?
Corey: Well, they were gathering telemetry for a while, and they were watching it approach the Barrier.
David: Oh, right! So because they couldn't leave the Barrier . . .
David: . . . they couldn't go out and look at it. They could just watch it with instruments.
Corey: So the moment that it was going to strike the Barrier region, they had all of their instruments pointed in that direction.
And to their shock, this derelict craft came through the Barrier.
Corey: Well, yeah, but what they didn't know . . . So the Barrier had already been dissolved or taken down.
David: Right, which you had said in the previous update.
Corey: But an announcement didn't go out. No one knew.
Corey: So a lot of the beings weren't coming here or leaving because they thought the Barrier was still erected.
David: But you had mentioned that this Galactic Federation was now enforcing it.
David: So would that end up being basically the same thing in terms of how it works?
Corey: Basically, in how it works, except with a military blockade, they're probably going to stop you with extreme prejudice.
David: Right. Okay. So once they found out that the Outer Barrier wasn't working, that this craft glided through it, what did they do next?
Corey: Well, Sigmund, as he was standing up giving the presentation, he sort of puffed up, and he said, “I led an expedition to this craft to see who owned it; where it came from.”
Corey: And as he said that, telemetry started popping up on the screen. It was obviously a video, and then all of these numbers and coordinates started popping up real fast, and then they went away.
And then I saw a long narrow point of light, like in black space something reflecting light, and it was slowly tumbling, very slowly tumbling.
And I started hearing beeping and communications, sort of like a NASA transmission, and they were talking about matching the spin of the craft.
And then they were calling out how close they were, you know, and touch down or land with the object, and they did, “Three, two, one, mark”.
You know, it was just like a NASA transmission.
The shuttle that was approaching this craft, out of it, I guess the side of the craft or the bottom, it shot out a drone.
And this drone was taking a video of the shuttle craft getting closer and closer.
It was a long cigar-shaped stone craft. It was made of stone.
Corey: About a third of the way down was what looked like a metallic, very crystalline metallic material, that was obviously where the bridge had been of this craft.
And this stone craft looked like it had gone through just millions of years of collisions of other space objects. It was really beat up.
On the outside, there was . . . looked like dirty ice going from the point of the dome, . . . And the dome had all these holes in it. It was all cracked and smashed up,
But out of it, going along the side of the craft and around, was ice. It looked greenish-brown, like lake water, with here and there pink or orange little smears in it.
I obviously didn't know what THAT was at this point.
Once they landed and secured their landing with this craft, they began to exit in spacesuits.
David: How did they get in?
Corey: Well, they got in through one of the holes.
David: In that bubble that you mentioned?
Corey: Yeah, in that bubble. They had lights on their helmets and on different parts of their suits, and at the end of each of their wrists, there was a light shooting out.
David: Was there any gravity that allowed them to walk, or how were they able to maneuver into the craft?
Corey: There was no gravity. They pulled their selves through just like you see astronauts on the Space Station, you know?
Corey: They were wearing, like, GoPro-type cameras, and it cut to a video feed of, at that time, one of the cameras on one of the suits.
And as they went in, the lights that they had were very bright. You could see fairly well in their general vicinity.
It was obvious that there was no gravity in the craft either, and in the bottom of the craft where the floor would be, there was a thick ice coating that was just like what was on the outside of the craft.
It looked like frothy lake water with organic material in it.
Corey: Immediately, there was a guy picking at the top of it with like a little pick ax looking thing, and then he took a core under that. It was only like that deep. [Corey shows about 4” or 100mm]
They're putting them in these plastic vials and bags, taking samples, taking photos and video.
David: Was there any consensus as to what that might actually be?
Corey: Sigmund said that later on, after they tested everything, that it WAS full of organics, and that it was most likely remains of the crew . . .
Corey: . . . of the original crew.
So in the video, I see all of these different panels that were pulled off of walls that were just floating around, and there were areas that obviously technology used to be, but it had been picked bone dry.
They said it was obvious that over millions of years that the craft had been boarded many times by different extraterrestrials, and that they had picked it clean.
So they were documenting where all this technology had been removed.
There were different signs around from different ETs that had been there.
And one the video of one of the astronauts, you then hear over the radio, “I found something. You guys need to come and see this.”
And then, all of a sudden, you see the astronaut is traveling through different floors, going through different floors on the craft, on this ancient craft, and you'd see him pulling through holes and looking for openings to go into the direction, because the person called out, “I'm on this deck aft starboard side”, you know. And they were making their way there.
And when they got to the area where . . . You could see light coming in from a doorway where a panel was jammed sideways in the door, and you couldn't see that there was a doorway there normally, but this astronaut found it, and he was inside.
And then the man with the camera goes inside, and there is kind of a room with a bunch of . . . looked like drawers, like a morgue. And it went up pretty high.
The room was fairly large, and the drawers were curved like that. [Corey spreads his hands out in front of him and spaced out in almost a half-circle shape.]
David: Did this frothy ice exist on all of the surfaces or just the floor?
Corey: It was just on the floor, which, as I told you, there was no gravity. So they stated that, at the time . . . It had been close to a star.
They said that this craft was around a star not too far away – they named the star – and that it was stuck in an orbit around this star for millions and millions of years.
The temporal data that they were able to use to date this object was one billion plus years old.
David: Wow! And just so that we're clear, this is not carbon 14 dating. This is some other technology that we don't usually have.
Corey: Right. Yeah, it's a completely different technology.
Corey: But they start pulling open drawers, and some of them are empty, and then some of them were not.
Corey: They opened a drawer, and on it was laying a being that looked like a pterodactyl.
It was very light pale blue, and it looked like it was probably darker blue before pre-mortem, before it died, and it just faded.
And in another drawer that they opened was this pinkish-orange looking being.
The torso was very thin, and it looked pliable, and then it went off into two legs that looked like basically tentacles.
David: Like from an octopus?
Corey: Like from an octopus.
Corey: And also, it had water jets on it. It was obviously an aquatic being.
At first when I saw it, I thought it was some sort of mammalian.
David: Are these bodies just sitting on a gurney, or are they inside a tube or something?
Corey: No. They are laying on a table. They're like stuck to the table. They didn't start floating up. They were stuck to it.
And the long aquatic being had, interestingly enough, three toes and three fingers that had suction cups on them.
David: Which is very much like the Golden Triangle being.
Corey: They pulled in bags. They were going to start bagging the bodies.
And when they started pulling at the bodies, they just started disintegrating. They were like freeze-dried from being in space for so long.
They started, you know, putting the pieces in the bags. The whole room filled up with a dust and particles of the body.
One of the guys was using some piece of a panel – it's like a spatula – to scrape to get the body, because it was just bonded to the table.
David: I mean, that seems a little odd, because if you look at the protocol now for if we find a new tomb in Egypt or something, everybody has to be so careful not to damage anything.
If this is such a valuable object, why would they be so careless in the way that they're trying to get these samples?
Corey: Well, this is the SSP Alliance. This was a quick operation where they had to get in, gather intel, and then leave.
David: Ah. So it's not like with . . . Probably with all the artifacts that they've found over the years, they don't have time to treat this with a great deal of staff and a great deal of attention.
Corey: Yeah. They really didn't have time to set up like an archaeological dig site properly.
If it would have been a larger space program, one of the ones that's in control of that region of space, they would have set up a . . . and they may have already taken possession of the craft and then set up a forensics team.
David: So these bodies just crumble apart, and they're putting them into bags?
Corey: Yes. And at this point, we end up cutting to a different camera of another team, because someone else was calling out that they found something.
And they went to this one particular floor that was larger than the others, and everywhere on all the walls were two different types of writing.
Now, if you hadn't guessed by now, this technology is Ancient Builder Race technology.
Corey: So the crew was very excited.
David: So could you please review for us what is the Ancient Builder Race technology throughout our local star system, and why is a written inscription so important?
Corey: Well, in our local star cluster of 52 stars or so, this one ancient race left technology and artifacts everywhere, but nowhere were they able to find any type of writing or glyphs.
Other ETs had gone in years later, cleaned off any writing and glyphs, and basically claimed that, “This is OUR technology. WE built this technology.”
David: And you had said that a lot of these artifacts were pyramids, obelisks, that kind of stuff?
Corey: Yeah. Yeah, definitely a number of them are different types of structures like that.
David: Interesting. So, wow, finding writing, whoever tried to sanitize all this, that opens up a huge new avenue of archaeological exploration.
Corey: Well, not only that. Apparently, one of the languages, they were able to translate fairly quickly.
Corey: And I saw a video of . . . the walls, the ceilings, the floors. There was writing everywhere – two different types.
One type that they had not fully figured out, they said, was a type of a language and a hyperdimensional mathematics mixed together. There was some wispy stylized type of glyphs.
But the others were dots, long dashes, short dashes. It was kind of like Morse code, but it was very complex. They learned the order to read it in, and they said it was very similar to a glyph type of root language that they found on several planets in our local 52 star cluster.
Corey: It was close enough to where they could decipher. The other language they were unable to decipher.
David: Are there any traces of that root language on Earth?
Corey: They said that they had found elements of that writing in different forms.
David: So did you ask at some point whether this was Ancient Builder Race, or if they had determined that?
Corey: Well, actually I didn't have to ask. Sigmund stated, “You know, this was Ancient Builder Race technology, and now we finally have some of their writing.”
They were more excited about that than the prospect of finding any type of genetic or technical materials.
David: Wow! If this writing appears in all these different ancient star systems, then would that suggest that this group was visiting them and was seeding written language and mathematics and civilization on these different inhabited worlds?
Corey: Well, at one time, I guess you could call it an empire, all of those stars were part of a giant empire, or group, and these were the remnants of that empire that disappeared.
Now, what's interesting is that when they were looking around at these different floors and gathering information, later on they determined that a couple of the floors had been pressurized with water not air.
So the craft was a joint craft between an aquatic species and a non-aquatic species.
Corey: And apparently, whatever occurred to this vessel, caused it to depressurize, a catastrophic depressurization, and that basically destroyed the beings that were on the inside.
It homogenized them and made them a part of this goo, this muck, that froze to the ship.
David: So I believe it was around December 10th or 11th of 2017 that the mainstream media announced this cigar-shaped asteroid that NASA has just discovered that they called “Oumuamua”.
And it sounds a lot like what you're describing.
Is that the same object?
Corey: It is.
David: Okay. So that's really interesting, because it happens just a few days before the sanctioned Tom DeLonge disclosure took place.
Corey: And right after the Blue Avians faded out of our density.
David: Ah! Right. So do you think there are plans for this craft to be revealed to us at some point in terms of them showing this footage that you saw, or going there again?
Corey: Maybe. Maybe. You know, I don't know. That's . . . I don't think they were planning on sharing THAT much information for a while. I think it was more of a great opportunity to gather intel more than anything.
David: The NASA report said that it passed out of our Solar System, and that it had a red metallic kind of color to it.
So they really do seem to be trying to help Disclosure along by making this announcement.
What are your feelings about the implications of this craft for humanity?
Corey: Well, depending on what is deciphered language-wise inside that craft, we're going to have a lot more information about this Ancient Builder Race.
Even some of the most ancient ETs that we deal with out there, they're just as much in the dark as we are.
David: Right. So what happens after you go through this briefing about the craft and you see the video?
Corey: The video ends. He asks if we have questions. We ask some questions, and then get a little bit further information that has to remain classified, unfortunately.
And then it was announced, “Are you guys ready for your tour of the LOC?”
We ended the meeting, and Gonzales and I walked outside.
The female Air Force officer was out there, and Sigmund came, and a few of the other SSP Alliance representatives came with us.
On the floor, there was this one elevator that you saw, and the rest were just a bunch of closed doors.
We went to that elevator, which was a different elevator than the one we came down on.
Then we got on the elevator, and we started heading downward.
David: So what happened when you ended this elevator ride? Where do you end up next?
Corey: We exit into a room that you walk through, and then you go down some stairs and out to an open area.
And when we were in this little room that we first walked out of, there was glass, and I could see the lava tube cavern under the LOC.
We get in a shuttle type of craft. We take off, and we begin flying through the tube, this giant lava tube.
As we were flying, below, I saw what looked like old giant tractors that were broken and were set to the side, like it was a piece of equipment that broke.
It was too big to move, so they just pushed it aside and went on with their business.
It was VERY old, and it had tracks on it like a tractor. And they had big almost like blades coming out.
Like you had the tractor, the tracks, and out of the tracks came these long almost extensions that almost looked like toothpicks, but fat. And that helped to give them more grip as they were going.
And there were track marks behind it. You'd see track marks with a line, track marks with a line, and they were staggered.
And there were a few different types of tractors down there that looked like they were obviously old and broken.
And then we see human-made structures on the bottom of the cavern.
There's another large hole, and there were bases that were like cylinders, but like half-cylinders, split radiating out from this hole.
We went down, docked, and they have us go into LOC Bravo.
LOC Bravo is a much smaller facility. Walking around, we actually saw people with NASA emblems on one-piece suits and even a blazer one guy was wearing, which was interesting. I'd never seen anything NASA related to that point.
Corey: A small group of people started walking towards us very excitedly, and they were PhD types, scientists.
They started telling us, “We're going to go on a five-hour excursion. We need you to be in these environmental suits. We're going to train you real quick on using the environmental suits, on the security backup procedures, and once we get all suited up, we will head down.”
So we all got suited up in these environmental suits. They weren't pressurized. They were just environmental suits.
And then we re-embarked on to the shuttle craft, and it flew us down into the hole.
And when we flew down into the hole, I saw many, many more ancient machines that were obviously broken and shattered.
When the scientist . . . he began to talk to us as we were heading into this tour.
He said the Moon itself is . . . It has been struck many, many times, obviously, by asteroids and other things.
And he showed a crater on a device, a crater that was struck by a meteor, and underneath, it fractured the whole area. It hit, and then it bounced off, and then it fractured an area and then pulls it open.
Corey: So it's like, you know, there's density here, a meteor hits, and the Moon pushes back. So it bounces back, and it pushes in the Moon crust material. Then it expands back out.
And all the energy is transferred to the rock, so it melts.
After it spreads apart and melts, it begins to form lava channels, because of something to do with the way the Moon is spinning. I didn't understand it all.
And it's created these huge lava-type caverns, but also these huge rift areas to where the smashing occurred, and then it pulled back away, these huge kind of like ripped areas where the rock had been pulled apart.
Corey: And those had been exploited long ago by several different races. Now, sadly, I can't get into very many details about this five-hour tour yet, but I'm told I will be able to give all the information very soon. But I can tell you, it was an amazing tour.
David: Corey, could you tell us anything at all specific about what you saw? You mentioned machines that look shattered. Were they crystalline machines?
Corey: Yeah, and most of everything that we were shown was destroyed. Some sort of huge concussion wave had occurred thousands of years ago that destroyed just about everything in the Moon.
I did see some bodies, ancient bodies, and I did see a bunch of things on the ground like these I-beams that were shattered and broken that looked like they were extremely strong, but were made out of that same crystalline-type metallic material.
David: Oh, like what these pyramids and domes and stuff are made from?
David: Wow! So you think these machines were actually making the beams out of the lunar material?
Corey: They were obviously ground works devices. They were helping connect a lot of these caverns and rift systems, and they were building them out.
There were signs of concrete that they were using as well that they were making out of the regolith.
Now, at one point, when we're standing and looking at all of this, I look over at Gonzales, and I said, “I've never seen anything like this. Have you?”
And he was quiet. He was just looking.
And then Sigmund said, “Actually, you've been here before.”
And I looked at Sigmund, and I said, “What do you mean?”
Then it was explained to me that during one of my previous 20-and-Backs, one that I don't have full recall of, I was a part of an expeditionary team. I'd apparently been all through that complex prior.
David: Well, it does seem interesting to think about as we explored the new world, we found the Mesoamerican pyramids. The feeling of awe of people who saw that for the first time when it had never before been seen by Europeans seems similar to what you're describing here.
And then after a while, everybody takes it for granted. “Oh, yeah, the pyramids.”
Do you think that will eventually happen with this, too?
Corey: Well, it seemed it had already occurred with the eggheads that were there working on it, you know?
Corey: It's amazing what can become normal.
David: Did you hear about this ever potentially becoming known to humanity as a whole?
Corey: As a matter of fact, one of the PhD types was standing there, and so was Sigmund, and they basically pronounced that one day we will be giving this same tour to a major television network.
David: Wow! Did they have any sense of how soon that would be?
David: Well, you had mentioned in a previous update that this time period of 2023 to 2024 appears to be one in which a lot more of the Full Disclosure scenario will happen.
So do you think it's possible that this would be one of the things we would see during that window?
Corey: It's possible, but I think that is something that . . . You know, like I said, the Powers-That-Be were planning on revealing an ancient civilization discovered in Antarctica and at the bottom of the ocean, and then claim that they're part of this bloodline of this ancient culture.
Then they were going to say, “Oh, by the way, we have a Secret Space Program, and we've traveled to all these different planets and the Moon, and we found these same artifacts there.”
So it could be a part of that revelation.
Corey: These were university-egghead types that were working at the LOC.
David: So what happens at this point? How does this story progress from here? You're told there's a lot of things you can't say. You can't give us very many descriptions of what you saw.
I guess you can't tell us what the bodies looked like.
David: Okay. Could you tell us if they were giants or regular size, or is even that not allowed?
Corey: All I can say is that they were larger than us.
David: Ah. Okay. That makes sense.
So how does this . . . What happens to you next?
Corey: Well, we're brought back to the LOC Bravo. Like I said, we also visited LOC Charlie. I can't talk about any of that.
We came back . . .
David: But you had implied that these LOCs were built around architectural sites.
Corey: It ended with us coming back, taking off the environmental suits. We were just soaking wet with sweat.
We were allowed to take showers, and then put on the clothes that we wore when we arrived.
Then, you know, we were again . . . The secrecy thing was talked about. It always is.
They had us both, Gonzales and I both, sign a non-disclosure.
Corey: Yeah. We had a small debriefing, and then we were, basically, brought back up to LOC Alpha, I guess, we can call it now.
And I was brought back up to the same catwalk area where the dart had landed, and I went home.
David: So what do you think will happen to us as a society if we get to that point where that live television broadcast occurs? How will that be for us?
Corey: I think at that point, we will already have had quite a bit of disclosure, but this is going to expand our consciousness in a major way as a society.
We're going to go from thinking we're these little knuckle draggers on this one little planet to realizing that we're a part of a living, breathing cosmos, and that we have cosmic cousins all around us that, once we get our stuff together as a society, that we're going to be able to interact with and trade with and learn from.
Corey: So it's going to be a very exciting time.
David: Well, this is a very exciting future that we have in store for us, and I really do hope that we get to see this.
And I want to thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, here with Corey Goode.
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