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Cosmic Disclosure

Cosmic Disclosure

Gaia 2015

There is more going on in space than you can ever imagine. Out of sight, out of mind. That is how the greatest secrets in the history of humankind have remained hidden from the populace. Now, a 20-year insider, Corey Goode, joins David Wilcock in this inaugural presentation of Cosmic Disclosure to reveal humanity’s celestial presence and the details of an extraterrestrial message which conveys details of the coming collective ascension for humankind.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Cosmic Disclosure

#1 - Plasma Beings and Etheric Entities

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Season 5 - Episode 6

Modern science has defined life within certain criteria based upon physical forms. But, as we are finding, life is not limited to the physical realms. Corey Goode discusses the nature of energetic lifeforms from plasma beings to spiritual attachments. We learn that every planetoid with an electrical field is home to a mysterious form of life known as plasma beings. More than that, occult scientists within the Cabal know how to create invisible forms of life which can have drastic effects upon unwitting victims.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#2 - Law of One and the Secret Space Programs

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Season 6 - Episode 9

The Law of One material is such critical information for the secret space programs that it has become required reading for many members. To find out why, Corey Goode and David Wilcock examine certain passages, which were once thought to be too outrageous to include in the original release. Despite being forbidden to read the Law of One material, what Corey has learned through his years of experience within the secret space programs confirms what Ra conveyed through Carla Rueckert in the 1981 channeling sessions.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#3 - Law of One and the Secret Space Programs Technological Salvation

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Season 6 - Episode 13

Beyond the advanced gadgetry and technological pageantry, the most profound revelations from the secret space program come in the form of conscious evolution. Corey Goode continues his examination of the Law of One material, this time focusing on the Draco mandate and how a technological salvation plays into the imminent planetary transformation to unity consciousness. We also learn of two races of extraterrestrials, who are a secret part of the Sphere Being Alliance, which will reveal themselves during the coming harvest.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#4 - Life After Disclosure

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Season 6 - Episode 14

An agreement has been made that humanity is not ready for full disclosure. This has more to do with the protection of assets rather than benefiting humanity. But we can find out what to expect from full disclosure by learning from another civilization which has collectively ascended beyond Draco control. Ambassador Mica comes from such a world and has relayed to Corey Goode what we can expect. He lays out the intended partial disclosure plan, detailing what will be revealed and what will be kept secret, and highlights what can free us from these forces of control.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#5 - Interview with the Insider

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Season 6 - Episode 15

David Wilcock finally brings forward one of his top sources of insider information, Pete Peterson. In this exclusive one-on-one interview (Corey returns next week), David coaxes intricate details from Pete about his extraordinary life. From his days as a child prodigy to reverse engineering extraterrestrial technology, Pete Peterson has been inside secret programs for most of his life. Now you have the rare opportunity to gain a glimpse of what it is like to be on the inside.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#6 - Viewer Questions Part 5

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Season 6 - Episode 17

You have the inquiring minds and Corey Goode has the goods. This time he answers your questions on the origin of MILAB and how they choose recruits. What can we do to help the Sphere Being Alliance? Have you wondered if Corey has been replaced? He explains. Plus, we delve deeper into details about Inner Earth politics, root languages seeded on different planets, and they address recent concerns put forth by Dr. Steven Greer.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#7 - Tragic Consequences Aboard a Mayan Ship

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Season 10 - Episode 1

Corey Goode returns with an update on developing situations within the Alliance factions. As he is preparing for a big move, Corey is suddenly pulled onto a Mayan ship, where something has gone terribly wrong. They had captured a reptilian being which appeared to be of royal decent and were in the process of transporting it to a cryo-detention facility. However, they underestimated the abilities of this being and Corey was forced to bear witness to the tragic circumstances which unfolded from this tragic error.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#8 - Bioship

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Season 10 - Episode 5

Imagine a being that shares consciousness and DNA with the craft it uses to traverse the cosmos. Emery Smith recalls a time when he encountered a being who had more in common with its craft than a place of origin. While taking samples from a red-colored alien being, he was called away on a special run to examine a craft which had a strong similarity to the being he just left on the examination table. He tells of his experience within this craft, how it was built, and the unique bond it holds with its operator.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#9 - Briefings with a New Alliance

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Season 10 - Episode 7

Corey Goode is trying to find some respite after his recent experiences with the Maya and Anshar when a Dart vehicle arrives unexpectedly, to transport him to the Lunar Operations Command for an important meeting with a recently revamped SSP Alliance. Sigmund, formerly of the Military Industrial Complex Secret Space Program, has changed sides to the SSP Alliance and wants an update from Corey concerning his recent exploits. During these briefings we learn of looming threats and why disclosure is not coming through the UFOlogical communities.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#10 - Viewer Questions 13: A New Future for Humanity

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Season 10 - Episode 13

The recent round of updates has left us with many questions in need of answers. To help us gain a better understanding of these disclosures, Corey Goode responds to a series of questions posed by the viewers. We discover the changes to come after the removal of the energetic barrier surrounding our system, how you can get involved with defeating the Draco, what our civilization will be like after the Super Federation has fully disbanded, how the end of the galactic slave trade will come, and much more.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#11 - Suppressed Medical Technologies
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Season 11 - Episode 4

When the technology from secret testing facilities is released, the benefits for public health will be phenomenal. Corey Goode and Emery Smith reveal some of the technology that is currently relegated for use, only by the elites, which includes the limitless pill, age regression, transhumanism and more. They warn, when it comes to biohacking and the interface of humans with computers, we must be hyperaware of the A.l. threat.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#12 - Reptilians and Aquifarians
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Season 11 - Episode 8

Emery Smith offers more insights into the extraterrestrial beings that he worked with, deep in the underground bases. He explains that some of these beings were not only from different parts of this universe, but from other universes, as well. What comes to light are the benevolent reptilians known to ancient Native American peoples, and the aquatic beings which can be found in the folklore of many cultures. He claims that these are beings are still engaged within secret projects in these underground bases.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#13 - Aliens at Home on Earth
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Season 11 - Episode 12

Our planet has become home to many beings from all parts of the cosmos and beyond. Many are here with permission, some are not. Corey Goode and Emery Smith, during their tenure with secret government operations, have become familiarized with many of these beings and the techniques used to conceal their presence on Earth. They also reveal that the strange beings, encountered by abducted humans, may not be of otherworldly origin.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#14 - E.T. Detention & Interrogation
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Season 11 - Episode 13

The “Intruder Intercept and Interrogate” program was an important part of the Solar Warden Mission that Corey Goode was a part of. Many of the beings captured were brought to testing facilities, like the ones Emery Smith worked in. They reveal that many of these beings are here with permission and are protected. Others do not have such luxuries and may be subjected to the darker side of human intervention. These revelations only scratch the surface to the extent of the willing and unwilling extraterrestrial presence on our planet.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#15 - The Deep State of NASA
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Season 11 - Episode 14

Few people know that there are multiple secret space programs at different levels of technological advancement. Corey Goode has revealed much concerning highly-advanced breakaway civilizations using technology that is centuries beyond what we have access to, today. Emery Smith exposes another, little known side of NASA, which is only about 50 years ahead of publicly known technology. Both programs hold a stake in the future of humanity as they have built a presence in Earth’s orbit and the moon, and are doing their best to keep their secrets hidden from the world.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#16 - Secrets from the Deep State
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Season 12 - Episode 3

Corey Goode, Emery Smith and David Wilcock discuss the battle raging between the cabal and the alliance as an unexpected public-mouthpiece for the alliance appears, secretly delivering operational codes to various factions. Corey brings this to light as prominent news stories have become a battleground where the hottest contests for public consciousness are waged. Emery discloses more details of the strange crafts being discovered in South America and Antarctica, and how they fit into this grand scheme.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#17 - Jason Rice — A New Insider
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Season 12 - Episode 5

Jason Rice boldly comes forward as a new insider to reveal his incredible experiences within the secret space program. For the first time ever, he divulges events from his childhood that led to his induction into a recruiting arm of the MILAB programs, where he was identified as an intuitive-empath. The training he received was merely preparation for the true ordeal to come, serving in a 20 & Back program which took him to distant worlds.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#18 - Reaction to the German Breakaway Civilization
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Season 12 - Episode 8

Jason Rice discusses the events that triggered the formation of IDARF and Solar Warden. The looming threat of the Mars-German breakaway civilization sent a wave of urgency through secret government agencies on Earth. Thus, a massive clandestine buildup of advanced technology began, giving terrestrial-based governments a leg up in the secret space race. In order to secure such encroachments into the cosmos, new deals were made with the Mars-Germans and the Draco.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#19 - Battle for Planetary Dominance
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Season 12 - Episode 9

Imagine the nightmare scenario of a civilization intentionally struck by a massive meteor then invaded by werewolf-like creatures. This was the situation Jason Rice faced after he completed his two-years of training and was deployed to a distant world. He was told that it was a humanitarian mission, to protect the peaceful populace from a hostile invading force. After four years of conflict, he learned that both sides were being manipulated by the Draco, who had long-term plans for this planet.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

#20 - Advanced Weapons and Combat Technology
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Season 12 - Episode 10

As Jason Rice’s accounts of his tour of duty with the SSP continues, he describes the level of technological sophistication of his battle dress uniform and weaponry. He elaborates upon the technical details of the suits he wore into combat and the various weapons he carried. The capabilities of these are far in advance of current military issue, with the exception of certain special access programs.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of Cosmic Disclosure from 0 votes.

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