Season 6, Episode 5
David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with Corey Goode. And in this episode, we have another round of incredible disclosures from William Tompkins, our 94-year-old aerospace engineer.
This man does not have Internet access. He does not have an email address. He was completely unaware of who Corey Goode was or what he had said at the time that these tapings were done.
But yet, what he is about to tell us in this episode is, again, going to be one of the most significant things we have ever done with this show, because the amount of correlation that you are about to see here is utterly mind-blowing.
So without further ado, let's check out what Tompkins has to say. It is going to rock you. Take a look.
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SOLAR SYSTEM LOCKDOWN
William Tompkins: As far as our situation now today, It's been accepted that we have a number of different vehicles, which are actually planets that are hollow, that move through the galaxy to monitor good guys and bad guys, wars and no wars, people taking advantage of other people on different stars' planets, and that, as of about a year and a half ago, one of these parked just outside of the solar system.
And it has been there for the past year and a half. And this vehicle is quite large, and it has over 2,000 different extraterrestrial civilization people on board as observers and as monitors.
And it's parked out there, monitoring what's been going on here since the Romans, since way before the Romans.
They have blocked the extraterrestrials who are here, are underground in the caverns, from leaving, and they're not allowing their buddies to come in.
I understand that there's two goals. One of them is to nullify the problem with the Sun.
The Sun is alive. Okay? Stars are alive. I think it's a hard time accepting this. And they have moods. And essentially, we have to go back to the . . . I'm not making this complicated, but we have to go back to the center of the galaxy.
What's going on there?
And there's not too many stars in our galaxy compared to a lot of really big ones, but all of the stars are affected in some way by the Sun.
If the Sun sneezes, all of our communication – radio, electronics, everything – is affected.
So there's this group of people, whatever you want to call them, who are attempting to primarily nullify the effects to a region, which is not just like the solar system or our star's system, but do this as a business so that the levels of catastrophes, things that cause dangers to the people and to the planet, are less.
So we can be easily affected. Our attitudes, our daily attitudes, can be changed. We can end up being a really good Republican, and for some reason we're going to change over and be the other guy.
The beings that are in that sphere, they're not agreeing with the Sun. That's just one thing they're not agreeing with.
They're very concerned about Reptilians implementing situations which are not tolerable in their way of life, and that this needs to be corrected.
They must have been doing their homework long enough to where they feel that little planet Earth has had it for a long enough time, and that that needs to be corrected.
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David Wilcock: All right. Well, that was very, very interesting stuff here – just so many correlations popping out all over the place. I don't even know where to begin.
Corey Goode: Packed full of information.
David: He starts out by talking about planet-sized objects, that it's now considered a common fact on the inside track there that there are various extraterrestrial species going around and, he said, monitoring other solar systems with these planet-sized objects.
What do you think exactly they're monitoring for?
Corey: Apparently, there are groups that go from star to star, or star cluster to a star cluster even throughout the galaxy, that are monitoring the progress of different worlds, and they also monitor to see if there's any intervention occurring from outside groups, which . . . it would kind of be breaking like the “Star Trek” nonintervention . . .
David: The Prime Directive.
Corey: The Prime Directive.
David: So he mentioned that these planet-sized objects are also looking to see if there's a war, if something unfair is taking place. So in certain cases, they might also take proactive steps to preserve that Prime Directive?
Corey: Yes, but in a way that would not interfere openly with the inhabitants of a certain planet that they're wanting to progress on its own.
David: So then he seems to be saying that he believes that that's happening here, that one of these spheres is taking proactive steps here.
Corey: There's been intelligence. And I think you reported on one, I think in the '80s. One of your whistleblowers told you that one of these types of objects, a tangible sphere that was very large, came in and was cruising around the different planets.
David: Yeah, they called it The Seeker, and it had portholes on it that were 800 miles wide when they opened up . . .
David: . . . and all kinds of ships coming out. And it was dark. You couldn't really see too well inside when it opened, but it opened up like a circle.
Corey: Right. So my intel has not told me that there are these type of spherical craft outside of our solar system that are preventing people from coming and going.
The intelligence I had was that the spheres that came in were these energetic spheres. So this could be different intel, or it could be intel that's been passed down after going through several different sources, and then it's kind of like the telephone game.
Corey: It slightly changes as it goes. And if people have different agendas, they can curtail it a little bit.
David: Now, I want to address this, because I don't want people in the comment section to think that, “Oh, well, they debunked William Tompkins.”
There is a slight mishap in his wording that we need to talk about here, and that is that he mentions, first of all, a year and a half ago that one sphere showed up outside our solar system. But then he said that it's been here since Roman times.
Corey: I think that he probably meant that these have been coming and going since that period.
David: Okay. So do you think that for him to have said this, that he must have heard it from someone else, that this was intel that he had received?
Corey: Absolutely. Yeah.
Corey: It was intel that had trickled down from the higher Secret Space Programs.
David: Could you just briefly, before we discuss the timelines here, briefly review for us how did the outer barrier get started? What was the inciting incident that led to that happening, and when?
Corey: So these energetic spheres had been entering the solar system for a number of years, through both the Sun and from outside the solar system. So they knew that these spheres were around and that these spheres were monitoring them.
David: The Cabal knew?
Corey: The Cabal knew. And the inhabitants . . . They thought that these spheres were full of aliens. And they were trying to hail them to communicate, and they were getting no communication back whatsoever.
So at first, they thought that it was the return of the Sumerian gods, and a lot of them got really excited. But soon, they discovered that this was not a group coming in to help them.
So eventually, they decided to use an experimental new weapon. The actual weapon was in Australia, and I found out that the targeting happened from somewhere in Africa, in Southern Africa.
David: Mm. Okay.
Corey: They locked onto one of the moon-sized spheres that was actually out past the Moon just a little ways, and they fired on it. And when they did, the energy was just redirected back at the location it was fired from and it destroyed a portion of that base and killed a lot of people.
David: And as I've reported, the ISS caught a video of this.
There's a red laser with a little red glow around what appears to be something, and, in fact, NASA had to come out and make a public statement in which they said, “Oh, this was just a test to try to create an artificial star using laser technology.”
So they actually had to make an official denial. That's how big this was.
Corey: Yeah. It's kind of a ridiculous one.
David: So what was the ramifications of this attack on a sphere? How did that change the game?
Corey: When that attack occurred, immediately what they call the Outer Barrier was established, which was basically one of these exact same giant spheres that was now larger than our entire solar system and contained our solar system.
David: The sphere expanded?
Corey: Yes. On the level that these beings are, that is really of no consequence. Size . . . It doesn't really matter.
Corey: So they established this outer barrier to prevent anyone from leaving to escape or calling in reinforcements.
David: Now, given the fact that Tompkins was interviewed in the early summer of 2016, that's this footage that we're seeing, that's a year and a half ago from the time that he was talking that this happened, December 2014.
Corey: Yes, and that's what leads me to believe that there was some crossover of some other intelligence above him as it was trickling down, because there were reports of these physical giant spheres that were coming and going, but during this time period, it was one giant energetic sphere that encapsulated our solar system to prevent people from coming and going.
David: So perhaps that's why he thought there was only one sphere?
David: Wow! My role in this show is to ask you questions, but I just have to make a personal statement, which is it absolutely blows my mind that he has the date exactly the same of what you've been telling us, and he doesn't have any access to you.
David: How did you feel when you saw that?
Corey: Well, I think you saw the look on my face . . .
Corey: . . . during the video. It's really nice that someone's validating it. And like I said before, I've been very shocked that this much of detailed information is coming through Tompkins.
David: I think it might be hard for people watching this show to really understand how real all of this is. This is not entertainment. It's not science fiction. And the things that have happened to you are percolating through the entire space program infrastructure.
David: So when he said that stars are alive, how do you respond to that?
Corey: When I looked at the smart glass pad, there were different groups that had more esoteric ideas about things, and other groups that had more scientific pragmatic ideas about the star and the nature of the star.
And I did see reports that stars and planets, they believed they were alive. But I didn't see any information about the scientific part that was at the top of the briefing in the smart glass pad about stars being alive.
David: Well, you've read enough of The Law of One to see that there's a lot of crossover between The Law of One and what you experienced in the space program, correct?
Corey: Right. Right.
David: And The Law of One says that stars are alive.
David: So that's a nice point of correlation we have there.
Corey: It is.
David: When he's getting into this idea of the Sun sneezing, he seems to think that the beings in the sphere are working against the Sun, that they don't like what the Sun is going to do. I'm not sure I agree with him on that particular point. What's your thoughts?
Corey: Well, what was interesting is that in the briefings, “solar sneeze” is the terminology that was used. So that got my attention.
David: It was?
Corey: Yeah. That was one of the descriptions. They expected the Sun “to sneeze”. So that got my attention.
David: Now, I would imagine that if people were looking at this from a physical level, they may see it only as a catastrophe if they're not understanding dimensional shift.
What are your thoughts on that?
Corey: Right. And within the space programs, you have different ideas about what is going to occur when a solar event happens. Some of them are expecting what is referred to as a “spiritual harvest”.
Some of them just expect maybe a decade or two of having to rebuild our infrastructure that we will lose, and some of them expect it to be like an extinction-level event. So not everyone agrees on what's going to happen, but they all agree that there is going to be some sort of a “solar sneeze”.
David: Well, it, again, is just so remarkable that what he's describing about what these spheres are doing is exactly what you've been telling us on this show.
Corey: Right. And he was saying that there was some sort of an adversarial relationship between the sphere and the Sun, when the information I received was that these spheres are here to, I guess, baffle the energy until we are ready to have a full hit.
David: So they're actually helping the Sun do what it's doing, but do it maybe more precisely or at the right time.
Corey: Right. They're helping the Sun go through a transition.
David: When he said that there are 2,000 extraterrestrials inside this sphere and that there's different civilizations in there, how do you feel about that part of his statement?
Corey: Well, some of the intel on these different spheres was that they were sort of like confederations from hundreds of different planets.
Corey: I didn't hear that there were 2,000. I didn't hear that precise information.
David: But he said it, so he must have gotten it from somewhere.
Corey: Right. He may have been briefed on one of those crafts like you saw come in, or you were told that came in, in the '80s.
Corey: And that might have been one of them that was full of hundreds or thousands of different species.
David: From what you've described before, it didn't sound like these guys would be able to get that much specific information about who's inside the sphere, since the spheres wouldn't even talk to the SSP.
Corey: Right. And like I said, when they first came in, they thought it was the return of the Sumerian gods. A lot of them were real excited. And since then, during the time period when they didn't know who was in the spheres or what the spheres were for, they were probably speculating quite a bit.
David: So another interesting thing that he said here was that these spheres had two purposes, that one of the purposes was to monitor the activity of the Sun, and this sneeze that's going to happen, and that the other had to do with Reptilians, and making sure that they didn't take too much advantage of us.
So once again, I mean, how did you react when he said that?
Corey: It is very satisfying to hear someone who is credentialed and has had a background like Tompkins has had come out and validate what I've been saying.
David: It would appear that he and his people are well aware of the Draco problem. He talked about it with Nazi Germany.
David: So he's now saying a direct link between the spheres and the defeat of the Draco.
David: So, again, it's as if somebody is either watching our show and passing this to him, or this is real. It's like you only really have two choices.
Corey: Right. Right. And what you've said is exactly what I've been saying. The spheres have come here not to defeat the Reptilians, but to create an environment to where we can clean up our own mess.
Corey: And they're here to mitigate the explosive energies that are now and in the future will be coming from the Sun. So that's right on the money.
David: Next, we're going to see Tompkins in a discussion about a think tank that he worked in, and a very humorous event involving an extraterrestrial craft. So let's watch.
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UNCONVENTIONAL PROPULSION SCHEMES
William Tompkins: What was the main mission, and what did people do in this Douglas think tank? And one of the areas that was most important was a thing that they came out with and that's “Unconventional Propulsion Schemes”. Oh, my gosh.
And so everybody got to work on that, and everybody tries to come up with a different method of propulsion. And so that's this one. [Tompkins holds up a thick set of documents bound by a large clasp.]
And it does get into updating things that we thought were futuristic, but what it really comes down to is a knowledge of different missions that need to be implemented.
And so along with information to put into this, the Vice President of Engineering also made me Disseminator of Space Research, whatever that is. Okay?
So then I get stuck with all of the incoming mail that's coming from the different associate organizations to Douglas. And some of the interesting things that come in is a group of people down at the beach, which is only a few blocks away, were out on Sunday afternoon, and one of the managers at Douglas, engineering managers, was there with his family.
And so over at Northrop, Jack Northrop had been building his new flying wings. And he keeps getting them bigger and bigger. And he threw out the old piston engine things and put the new jet engines in.
And so there's a guy by the name of Max Stanley, who's the chief test pilot for Northrop.
And they're late on their flight schedules on the B-49 Flying Wing bomber.
So it's like 11:00, a beautiful day, and Max gets there, and he fires the thing up and he takes off, and the runway's half what it should be because he pulls the fence down almost every time at the end of the runway. They lay the fence down now.
Anyway, he flies south, turns out over the ocean, and now flies north like he's going to go out to Edwards Air Force Base out in the desert.
So, of course, that means he's go to go up the beach, past the beach, at Santa Monica. And a lot of people have seen the test flight flights going and coming.
And so inside of the cockpit at that time, with Max and his flight test engineer, just the two of them, the flight test says, “Hey, Max, what's that?”
And so this little UFO comes in, flies right next to them – right off the wing – okay? 10-foot off the wing.
And he's giving Max the finger. So he proceeds, in front of all these people - all the beach is full of people – he moves over in front of Max, so now Max has got him right . . . 10 feet from his windshield, okay?
And he flips over backwards and goes around, comes out underneath, comes up, and twists over, gives him another finger, and goes back again.
Then he flies out off the wing and makes a turn and goes around the wing. He did this for about 10 minutes.
By now, everybody on the beach can see this going on because they're only at 6,000 feet.
And so the Douglas manager that was on the beach at the time and saw this, of course, he knew what was going on. And anyway, he wrote me a letter and described this as one of the inputs about local stuff on UFOs.
So I got two or three of these every week from different areas, and some of them were from the airbase test areas.
And so we got a lot of data, and our data then became part of the information that goes into this document.
And so then different people in the 200-man secret tank have different assignments from what's in here. [Holding up the thick collection of documents] And that's sort of the way that this thing operated.
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David: All right. So there he is describing this document on unconventional flying objects and unconventional propulsion.
In his book, he goes into a lot of detail about that, a lot more than we saw here, and said that it was this focal point that the birth of the space program came out of.
Did you ever see any of those old documents in the smart glass pads?
Corey: There were a lot that were just so mundane to go through that I just did not look at them. But there were . . . A lot of the time when you would pull up something on the smart glass pad, it would be documents from the '40s, '50s, '60s, and it was just presented as . . . it looked like a document.
David: So he mentions that the PM 624 document was investigating different types of propulsion systems for different needs that would evolve into the space program. It's really amazing to get this kind of history. So what do you think those needs were that they were looking at?
Corey: Well, it would depend. If there was a craft that was a resupply vessel, it's not going to need to necessarily, unless it's traveling with a carrier group, it's not going to need to keep up with a lot of these vessels that travel interstellarly if they're just going to work here in the solar system.
You know, they have different types of propulsion. They have temporal drives, torsion drives, electromagnetic just propulsion. And these come from different non-terrestrial groups.
Some of them are so advanced that they use temporal drives that will, no matter where they are in time and space, [Corey snaps his fingers] they can be here and now.
So if they get their hands on some of those, yeah, they're going to want to use that to maybe put that into their ICC program [Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate] to where they have the newest, most advanced technology, and then disseminate some of that information to the other programs, or provide the technology to upgrade vessels that are already out there.
David: Whereas if you have a guy who's like a truck driver and he's doing a shuttle bus or something, you don't want him to have any extraordinary capability.
David: If he tried to break away or something, you don't want him to be able to escape.
Corey: Right. Yeah. And usually, in most of these craft, they have a return-to-home feature, that if someone tries to go rogue, they can push a button and the vessel just comes back to where it left . . . from where it left.
David: So it was kind of humorous to hear this idea of a UFO circling around a plane and giving him the finger. Now, I guess you and I . . . Neither of us are really clear about was there an occupant who actually extended his middle finger?
Corey: That's what it sounded like to me.
David: Or appropriate appendage.
David: It did sound like that.
Corey: Yeah. Normally, I would say that this was one of the Secret Space Program pilots. They are a breed of their own. If you remember the “Top Gun” movies, how cocky and arrogant and self-assured these people are, multiply that times 100 because they're the best of the best. They're flying in space. They're flying things that no one's even allowed to know about.
David: The time frame that he mentions of 1955 and working at Douglas Aircraft – how far along was the American side of this as of that year?
Corey: In 1955, I don't think that they were that developed. This sounds like it could also possibly be one of the German breakaway vessels, because that's during the time period when these German breakaway vessels were showing their selves.
David: Are there any German craft that would have clear glass enough that the pilot could be seen inside like that?
Corey: I'm sure there were. Most of the craft that I was privy to that the Germans had, they were using imaging systems that . . . the outside was totally solid and they could see 360 degrees and up and down from the inside through the imaging systems that they had on the outside of the craft.
David: Hm. All right. Well, now we have more of Tompkins' amazing testimony regarding the legendary father of NASA, the German expatriate scientist, Wernher von Braun. Let's take a look.
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WERNHER VON BRAUN
William Tompkins: I have to say, Douglas Engineering were the best guys I ever worked with. They were the princes.
Douglas was known for the surfers. So when von Braun came out to Douglas to find out why he lost the contract for the IRBM's and wanted to know who the hell did it and who's the guy Tompkins . . .
Anyway, he comes out. And so at that time we had like 900, 800 drafting boards on one floor and about 600 down below. And we were up on the second floor.
So when they brought . . . The Vice President of Engineering brought von Braun up to the second floor. I knew he was coming so I went running over to a drafting board on a stool. And so I pretended to be drawing, but everybody knew I wasn't.
And so he had to walk all through all of these 800 drafting boards to get over to Tompkins out in the middle here. And I did it on purpose. And because he continued to get feedbacks from different subcontractors when he's down at his facility about that damn surfer from California, and he wanted to meet that surfer.
But we then had probably 40 of these [He holds up several of the documents] in a package, and so he wanted to know all how we did everything.
And there was one of these which was a really nice one, sort of derogatory, and it was about the German V-2.
And so the secretary brought that over and handed it to me while he's there and wanted me to tell her how I should handle it. And it pretty well broke up engineering.
But the point was that he did come out because he really wanted to find out how this group of guys that were really just plain surfers – doing grabs and whatever . . . And he went away with a tail between his legs. It worked good.
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David: So is it common for there to be this kind of joking around inside a facility like this, where even somebody as high-ranking as von Braun comes in and then is shown an insulting illustration or something about his own work?
Corey: A lot of these engineers are characters, but that was pretty brazen if you ask me.
David: Yeah. I mean, I would imagine in some of the stuff you described that the climate is so oppressive that the idea of trying to thumb a nose at your superiors is just not ever going to be advisable.
Corey: Yeah, it's not advisable in any situation. Ha, ha.
David: Ha, ha, ha. All right. Well, that's all the time we have for in this episode. I hope you've had fun seeing this all unfold. It's really amazing to go back and look at the amount of confirmation that we're getting on giant spheres, solar system lockdown, what's really going on here with the agenda of the spheres, the solar sneeze, the Draco.
A lot of stuff has been covered here. This is “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, and I think you for watching.