(Re-posted from Maureen St. Germain website)
There has been a lot of good intel coming from the TV show Cosmic Disclosure with David Wilcock. This show features information based on the experiences of a former Super Secret Space Program member, Corey Goode. If you are not watching this show, you might consider it. I’ve been onboard for a couple of years. Initially, my husband (a PhD scientist) who does not watch TV, balked. “I’m not paying $9.99 a month for an internet TV show!” I just laughed and said, “Ok, watch it for one month with me, on my iPad and if you don’t agree with me, then I’ll watch it by myself again.” He’s now such a huge fan, he’s even bought a large screen TV for our living room, to watch it along with other Gaia network shows.
MT. SHASTA EVENT
We attended an event last summer, in Mt. Shasta, about this subject. There were a number of great speakers, including Corey Goode who made his solo debut. At this event, he shared much about his experiences that he had already revealed on the TV show with David Wilcock. However, there was a very significant question and answer segment that was a real eye-opener, for at least one person, me. I saw and felt a dimensional shift. This is not the first time I’ve experienced one, but the first time I saw someone else’s dimensional shift. (I’ve been having them for a few years now!)
REMEMBERING WHO HE WAS
Corey was explaining how he came to be involved in the release of information about the Secret Space Program (SSP). He took questions about his experiences recalling his “discovery” of memories of who he was in the SSP and why they even bother with “blank slating” a member of the program. Blank slating it a term to explain that your memories have been erased, much like you may have seen in the movie Men in Black where something happens that is “outside” of normal experiences, and the secret agents use a laser like device aimed at your forehead to make you forget (although that’s not what happens in reality).
REMEMBERING AFTER BLANK-SLATING
By now you are probably wondering if he was blank-slated, how did he remember his SSP days? He went to the eye doctor, with a detached retina, and the doctor said, “You have astronaut’s eyes! You are far too young to have this problem.” After the surgery to correct it, the nurse relayed to him later that he was really talkative when he was coming out of anesthesia. “What did I say?” he wondered. She said, “Well all this work you were doing off-planet, and what you were doing in this special program you were in.” This was the beginning of the memory spillout…