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Disclosure War at Critical Mass

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posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 05:16 PM
A long article composed by David Wilcock i found interesting.. forwarned its a long piece...

Quite sure theres a ton of activies on top of the other ton that societies are blind to.. hopefully not much longer..


The mass, worldwide bird and fish deaths are obviously not due to fireworks or cold weather. Nor can they be blamed on a thinning ozone layer or toxic gases.

I believe the birds are casualties in a worldwide war for Disclosure that has now reached critical mass -- complete with frantic political assassinations in a last-ditch attempt to stave off the inevitable.

Brazil, Russia, India and China have all apparently been contacted by positive ETs who are finally intervening to stop these negative forces on Earth -- by physically destroying their classified, back-engineered military equipment.
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posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 05:31 PM
We can only hope. This world seems to require nothing short of a miracle to remedy its trajectory.

posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 05:32 PM
Not the most credible source for info but none the less here is to hoping...


posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 05:53 PM
i dunno if this world is a "set it and forget it" for ETs then im afraid their experiment or whatever will definetely be going down the tubes. evil and corrupt people have way too much power in a world like this where kindness doesnt buy you power or respect

posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 05:58 PM
a compelling read. i had no idea about the child porn fiasco. 5200 pentagon employees suspected of purchasing child pornography? thats absolutely staggering and doesn't quite add up to me yet. why so many offenders at the pentagon alone? it makes me wonder about my own workplace. for bringing that bit to my attention (and the rest is very interesting as well), S+F

posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 06:11 PM
There will be no Disclosure

posted on Jan, 23 2011 @ 06:28 PM
reply to post by zorgon

Talk about a shameless plug for your own thread!!! lmao

Shameless needs no second line.


posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 01:24 AM
Apart from some of the bird and fish kills near the gulf due to corexit, it has presented the most sensible explanation for many of these die off's. It is also good to get some news that there is some support against all the corruption going on in the world.

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 01:31 AM
Nice avatar, OP.

David Wilcock is really out there, but he's also quite intelligent. I listened to one of his 2 hour lectures. But on the downside, he tends to stroke his own (snip) during speeches & he is politically biased.

I read the whole thing now. HAARP is the explanation for the animal deaths. Hmm, interesting. I will personally research into all these claims. I would like to know where his proof (even if it's just a questionable blog on a site) is for the Chinese supposedly sending free energy generators/blueprints to all world leaders is. That sounds kind of fanciful.

On page 2 he uses a lot of information from the website... a site I see has many typos and banner ads. I would highly question the truthfulness of any information on this site. It also says "researchers say etc." but doesn't ever give names....
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posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 01:36 AM
Here's a summary of the article, for those who don't have time to read it:

He's taken every big story in the past month or so and tied it to UFO disclosure. And I mean every story.

Seems more like an exercise in creative writing than an argument for the impending disclosure.

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 02:31 AM
David Wilcock is only as credible as Steven Greer.....I assume you what I mean.

But when a major Chinese News Agency airs this piece.......I think something is up.

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 02:39 AM
A nice thread, thanks for that.

Since being interested in UFO and trying to find as much info as I can to digest and see what comes out the other end I have repeatedly encountered David Wilcock. Many of the things he says are interesting and would explain a lot if they were true, but have never seen anything he says to contain any actual basis in fact.

When something happens in the world he, and a few others, somehow manipulate it to fit exactly what they are peddling.

What really put me off of Wilcock was this... He truely believes and asserts that he is the living incarnation of - wait for it... Edgar Cayce.

I can never figure out why these people never find out that their former life identities isn't some tribesman in a 3rd world country, a gang-banger, a farmer, or just about anyone else - they are always fantastic claims and it - for me personally - has destroyed every shred of credibility Wilcock would have had with me. Which is a horrible place to be for him in a field that is already extremely hard to maintain credibility.

Whatever sells books and tickets to the next Exo-conference, I guess.

Interesting read non the less, just can't pull it out of the fiction category because of the presenter.
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posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 03:07 AM
I think there will be some kind of disclose yes. I hope so. I don't expect anything else from 2012.
I want aliens to rock my world.
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posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 03:34 AM
Jesus will Wilcock ever give it a rest? This guy thinks he can channel "Ra," that he's the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce, and that he's some big prophet. His dream interpretations don't make any sense and he tries to connect them with events that have happened. He claims to have had a dream that he was riding on the back of a plane, like it was a big bird, and then the plane crashed into the ocean. He thinks this represents the bird deaths, and then somehow tries to connect the ocean with Gabrielle Gifford's husband because "astronauts splash down in the ocean." What a joke. Oh and all of his "predictions" are always "next year," conveniently enough time for people to forget that he made a prediction in the first place.

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 03:38 AM
Wilcock is David Icke-Lite with a dash of Sean David Morton.

He searches the net for news stories and pretends they're all linked.

Throws in a few TV programmes such as Stargate, The Event and V as though they are evidence of something.

Adds the bird and fish die-offs, and mixes in a bit of paedophilia just for the fun of it.

Then lumps in the Arizona shootings and attempted assassination of Gabrielle Gifford.

Oh, he then claims he dreamed it all before it happened and boasts he has "had thousands of undeniably accurate prophecies of future events"!

Well, thanks for warning people, Mr Wilcock!

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 03:52 AM
reply to post by torsion

Can't forget that he claims 5200 Pentagon employees purchased child porn, and when you watch the video in the link HE posted, it says there's only 264 suspects. No proof of anything...

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 03:56 AM
Reminds me of the Nostradamus followers who take what he said hundreds of years ago and then relate it to a recent event or some time in history. Always claiming he was right on an event when the true prophets would have heir predictions and "visions of the future" stated or decrypted before something happens and then saying "yeah, he was right" after the case.

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 04:15 AM
David Wilcock is to be taken as a fictional writer & theorist.

Good notes: He definitely makes you think in a different light & causes one to research into things--sometimes he's right. He overall is amusing to listen to & I found myself once listening to him for 2 hours and even read the entire 3 part article the OP posted (except the India Daily excerpts on part 2).

Bad notes: He seems to be delusional & often speaks of things as if they are facts when it's conjecture (India Daily is one of his primary sources...) & tries hard to make everything fit his paradigm. The dreams/prophetic schtick he claims I think hurts his credibility.

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posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 04:24 AM

Originally posted by the_0bserver85
David Wilcock is only as credible as Steven Greer.....I assume you what I mean.


He even uses some of Greer's tiresome methods. Greer boasts of his insider contacts and is always bemoaning the "fact" that his life is in danger for discussing the stuff he does.

Likewise, Wilcock states (lols unavoidably added by me)-
"Beginning in the summer of 2009, I shared insider information
that Obama had planned a formal Disclosure announcement later that year,
which would end the UFO cover-up once and for all.

Both Bill and Kerry from Project Camelot
leaked the date -- November 27th
-- but I refused to validate it
right up until it came and went, fearing that the release of such specific details could ruin the whole thing.

Furthermore, our lives were threatened if we were to reveal the actual date... "

posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 05:54 AM
David Wilcock, been following him for a while, in terms of relating the DIsclosure movement to real world events, no one covers it better.

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