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Cosmic Disclosure: Faster Than Light Technology with Mark McCandlish – Sphere-Being Alliance

Season 7, Episode 20

s7e20_faster_than_light_technology_w_mark_mccandlish_16x9.jpgDavid Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with Corey Goode. So, Corey, welcome back to the show.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: We’re going to start out now with the first of a series of interview footages from Mark McCandlish, where he’s going to be talking about a particular type of propulsion system and a particular craft that one of his insider friends saw.

So without further ado, let’s take a look.

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Mark McCandlish: I get a phone call from a friend of mine that I’d known in college. For the sake of this conversation, I’ll call him Brad.

1 Mark McCandlish

So Brad calls up, and he says, “You know, I saw your article. I saw your art work, saw your name in the magazine, got a hold of the art director. He gave me your number, and this is Brad. Do you remember me?”

And I said, “Yeah. That’s great.”

So we got together for lunch. We were talking, and I mentioned to him that there was an air show coming up at Norton Air Force Base, which is in San Bernardino. It’s about 75 miles east of Los Angeles.

And there was a story that they might have the SR-71 Blackbird either do a flyby or that it might be on static display, which was kind of rare back then.

So we decide we were going to go to the air show. And at the last minute, the magazine called up and indicated that they were so happy with that illustration that they wanted me to do another illustration that was going to be coming out the following year in February of ’89, on the X-31 program.

So they wanted it completed as a quick turnaround, and so I basically had to pass on going to the air show.

So about a week goes by, and I didn’t hear anything from Brad. And I called him up, and I asked him, “Well, how did you like the air show?” But on the phone, he was very quiet.

And I said, “Well, what’s wrong? You don’t sound like you had a very good time at all.”

He said, “Well, I think I saw some things I wasn’t supposed to see.”

And I said, “Well, how can that be? Everything that’s at the air show is put there for static display for the public.”

And he says, “Well, there was another little show that happened while we were there.”

And in the beginning of this story, when this first came to me, he made it sound as though the exhibit that he was allowed to go into, the person that he had brought along, someone that we were going to network some illustration jobs for, was a high-ranking person at Lockheed Martin, and that they were going to . . . we were going to get together and talk about doing some work.

And this individual, right about the time the Thunderbird, the Air Force demonstration team, was about to start their program, he says to my friend, “Let’s go over here.”

So this gentleman, my friend, a number of high-ranking politicians and high-ranking military brass, all boarded a Boeing 727, military airliner – military aircraft with passenger seats and so forth. And they departed from Norton and flew up to Air Force Plant 42, which is in Palmdale. That’s where Lockheed Skunk Works is located.

So the plane rolls out. They get out of the plane, and the security detail that was around the building with a cordon and M16s, and the whole nine yards, challenged my friend because he didn’t have any kind of a badge or anything like his escort did.

And so his escort essentially vouched for him, saying that he was this gentleman’s aide.

So they go into the show, and as soon as they walk in, he looks around and he says, “Okay. I can see that there’s some things here that I wasn’t told about, things that you’re not cleared to know about. So just keep your mouth shut. Don’t say anything. Don’t talk to anybody. We’ll get out of here as soon as we can., but enjoy the show.”

So Brad indicated to me that there were high-ranking Air Force officers that were walking around like tour guides, and they were showing the various aircraft types that were on display, one of which was the first generation Aurora aircraft, what the Lockheed folks called the Pulser…

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Source: Cosmic Disclosure: Faster Than Light Technology with Mark McCandlish – Sphere-Being Alliance


Alien Life in the Trappist-1 System May Have Spread Rapidly Finds New Study

(Ivan) Do all planets in the Trappist-1 system have life? Simulation finds it could have spread between them rapidly.

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by Ivan, April 28th, 2017

This artist’s concept shows what each of the TRAPPIST-1 planets may look like, based on available data about their sizes, masses, and orbital distances.

In February of 2017, scientists from NASA made one of the greatest discoveries in space exploration: Seven potentially habitable planets in a star system called Trappist-1, located around 40-light-years from Earth. Three of the seven planets have such ideal conditions that life may have already developed there.

According to researchers, if there is life on any of the alien worlds located in the Trappist-1 system, then it may not be alone. A new research paper has found that debris of asteroid or comet impacts could have transported early life from one planet to the other in the tightly-packed star system, located around 40 light-years from Earth.

Scientists note that organic material could have spread by collisions of asteroids or comets among the planets while protecting them from radiation and reentry.

The TRAPPIST-1 system is so far our best chance of finding alien life. Located around 40 light-years from Earth, this enigmatic star system features 7 planets that according to experts, may be home to alien lifeforms.

A study published in the astrophysical Journal Letters by scientists from the University of Chicago states that given the close distance of the Trappist-1 planets, life could have transferred between them in a matter of days.

As noted by scientists in the study, “With several short-period, Earth-mass planets in the habitable zone (HZ), the TRAPPIST-1 system potentially allows litho-panspermia to take place on very short timescales.”

“Frequent material exchange between adjacent planets in the tightly packed TRAPPIST-1 system appears likely,” said Krijt, the study’s lead author. “If any of those materials contained life, it’s possible they could inoculate another planet with life.”

Transferring life from one planet to the other

In order for alien life to spread across the Trappist-1 planets, an asteroid or comet would have to collide against one of the planets, launching larger debris into space, which could protect life from hazardous conditions in space.

Furthermore, scientists note that the material would have to be ejected fast enough to break away from the planet’s gravitational pull but not so fast that it would destroy the life form. The journey would have to be relatively short so the life form could survive.

To come to this conclusion, scientists from the University of Chicago ran several computer simulations for TRAPPIST-1 discovering that the process could happen over a period as short as 10 years.

“Given that tightly packed planetary systems are being detected more frequently, this research will make us rethink what we expect to find in terms of habitable planets and the transfer of life—not only in the TRAPPIST-1 system but elsewhere,” said Fred Ciesla, UChicago professor of geophysical sciences and a co-author of the paper.

“We should be thinking in terms of systems of planets as a whole, and how they interact, rather than in terms of individual planets.”

While scientists hope that there is life on one of the trappist-1 planets their masses—and their densities—are not clear.

More details about the alien worlds will come to light after NASA’s James Webb Telescope, which is due to launch in 2018 and is designed to identify the atmospheres—and signs of alien life—on distant worlds investigates them.

Sean Carey, manager of NASA’s Spitzer Science Center at Caltech, California, said at the time: “[We will] further refine our understanding of these planets so that the James Webb Space Telescope can follow up. More observations of the system are sure to reveal more secrets.”

via Alien Life in the Trappist-1 System May Have Spread Rapidly Finds New Study — Stillness in the Storm

Partial Disclosure of Ancient Builders? Advanced Civilization May Have Lived in Our Solar System Before Us, Scientist Says

Image Source.(Stillness in the Storm Editor) Extraterrestrials could have lived in the solar system long ago, claims one Penn State astronomer. An interesting claim to make given that Corey Goode and several other secret space program whistleblowers have asserted that there are incredibly old ruins from a very advanced group of extraterrestrials all throughout the…

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Blasts Near Borussia Dortmund Football Team Bus | Simon Parkes Official Website

Blasts Near Borussia Dortmund Football Team Bus

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

No dead reported in latest German bomb attack on football bus.

On Obama’s Possible Arrest…

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

It has been impossible to obtain any further information regarding the attempted arrest of ex President Obama – until I get anything further I will consider it as “not proven”

NASA’s Disclosure Agenda…

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Earlier this year I said that the elite were going to go for a controlled disclosure – on April 13 at around 7pm British time NASA will hold a major news conference to talk about sea worlds or ocean worlds – it is part of the early disclosure agenda working up to full…

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NASA Studying How to Travel Faster than Light After Finding Trappist-1

NASA Studying How to Travel Faster than Light After Finding Trappist-1

TheMindUnleashed NASA Studying How to Travel Faster than Light After Finding Trappist-1 Mar 30, 2017 NASA recently reported finding a treasure trove of planets, all able to support life in a nearby solar system, called Trappist-1, according to a Harvard paper on the subject. Now, as if NASA hasn’t been using interstellar space travel for decades…


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