Monday, May 8, 2017


In this age of information overload, it is too easy for one person's story to become canonized into fact.  I started researching the secret space program and deep state issues last year and was fortunate enough to have stumbled upon Joseph Farrell, Richard Dolan, Linda Moulton Howe, Catherine Austin Fitts, and the 2015 Secret Space Program conference during my initial phase of research.  Studying their work has framed my understanding and helped me to discern between fact and fantasy.  I have studied the information provided by Corey Goode, David Wilcock, and others in more depth than it probably deserves.  I listen with a skeptical mind and enjoy the fantasy break from reality.

Corey Goode's stories of Blue Avians and trips to Mars are no different from the channeling of spirits, Joseph Smith's so called translation of the Book of Mormon from golden plates or any other personal revelations from God throughout history.  It is one person's story given with no evidence and runs counter to everything we know to be true.  Like Joseph Smith, Corey Goode has a great deal to gain from sharing and maintaining his story.  Also like Smith, the story has evolved and grown more unbelievable with time.

Thank you for this episode highlighting the problems with many so-called whistle blowers.  It is too easy to get caught in the trap of believing unsubstantiated claims and nearly impossible for most of us to verify or refute the claims.  Discussing Goode's character is not an ad hominem attack since his story lives or dies based on his credibility and motivations.  Without evidence, that is all we have.