: Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure
”. I’m your host, David Wilcock
. I’m here with Corey Goode, and in this episode, once again, we are taking your questions that you’ve written in to us so that we can have a two-way dialogue here and engage in the stuff that matters to you the most.
So, Corey, welcome back to the program.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: All right. So the first question we have here is:
“What was the vetting process that Gaia led you through leading to you being considered a trustworthy and reliable whistleblower with an entire show built around your information?”
Corey: Well, I guess after I made it through your vetting process, I was introduced to the team up here, names that a lot of the people in this community would recognize. I didn’t at the time. I didn’t know who they were.
My first encounter was: I was brought into a room – I did not expect to be questioned at the time – and two or three people, I believe it was three people, came and sat around the desk, around the table, and just started pelting me with questions.
And I think I did about, all in all, about 20 hours’ worth of answering questions.
David: So what was the nature of the questions that you were asked?
Corey: Very in-depth, very intricate questions, that the same questions would then be snuck back in, but in a different way. It was a .. . They were being very thorough and trying to be tricky.
At first, the people sitting across the table, they were kind of like, this. [Corey shows an expression of doubt and skepticism on his face.]
And as we got through the process, the looks on their faces changed obviously because I was invited to begin doing episodes.
David: So Corey, you mentioned the vetting process that started with me, and I think that’s an important point. What a lot of people don’t realize if you watch this show is that I had people coming forward, like Henry Deacon, as an example, who barely ever said anything publicly.
Another one would be this guy Daniel, who allegedly worked on the so-called Montauk Project. Another one is the guy Jacob, who I’ve dedicated an entire chapter to in my new book.
The bottom line is that I was holding on to a very interesting, world-transforming story about a secret space program with literally thousands of individual pieces of information that I had never gone public with so that I would know if somebody was real when they came along.
And you remember that when you and I started talking, especially within the first, I’d say, two or three months, every time you and I spoke you were finishing my sentences.
David: You knew things that I already knew and had heard from other people. And I think what was really bizarre for me was that, despite how much I thought I knew, it was like having a flashlight that I could only look through the keyhole of a door with.
And then when I talked to you, it’s like somebody opened up the door.
And you had said to me before how interesting it was that a lot of these people that I’d had briefings from before would kind of walk up to a line.
Corey: Yeah. That’s one of the . . .
David: Could you describe a little more what that is?
Corey: Right. And that’s one of the reasons I did come forward – originally I wanted to come forward anonymously – was that I was seeing a lot of these people, I heard what they were saying, I knew they were legitimate, but they were walking right up to the line without crossing it. They never crossed the line.
David: What were some of the things that would have been crossing the line?
Corey: Well, some of them that had been to Mars could have given a lot more detail. They could have told more about the Mars base that they went [to], about the slave labor, a lot of different . . . There are a lot of different details that they could have easily have shared.
David: Why do you think there would be people that would say some things but then withhold so much?
Corey: Well, they step over that line, there’s ramifications. So they were sharing what they could, what they felt they could, and stay safe.
David: How do you feel that the case of William Tompkins has affected what you’ve talked about on this show? Have you had any personal discussion with him, and how much does he know about what you know?