: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure
”. I’m your host, David Wilcock
. I’m here with Corey Goode.
So what we’re going to start out with here is a segment in which [William] Tompkins is exploring the very contentious Freemason connection to all of this. Let’s take a look.
* * * * * *
THE FREEMASON CONNECTION
William Tompkins: If you take me working in the secret think tank at Douglas, okay, the only two people that’d know that’s even there at Douglas is the Vice President of Engineering and Dr. Klemperer.
When we had meetings with Navy admirals there on the programs, or when we had meetings of other top officials, or when we were doing design review meetings of our own people, because we had a lot of people in that group, the subject would get to a point where there was no answer.
And then I would come up with an answer.
The Vice President of Engineering would always throw this in. He said, “Bill, you approach everything,” meaning this subject and other stuff, “you look at it as if you’re not from here at all.”
I’ve had that stated to me hundreds of times by different people.
All I can say is, my dad was a 33-level Freemason. Okay? My uncle Harding was Chief Surgeon, Santa Monica Hospital – a lot of money, big house, spent every cent that he had digging through the insides of the pyramids trying to decipher the hieroglyphics. That’s what he’s trying to do. [He] has three daughters, my aunts.
We lived in that house for almost a year. And what are we doing?
There is a chair that he has next to the fireplace in that house. The chair is almost five-feet wide, wood chair, all covered with hieroglyphics.
And some people said that it was King Tut’s chair. Well, that’s a good thing to call it, but yeah, it came from one of the kings.
I don’t know how he smuggled it out of the country, but he smuggled a whole lot of stuff out of that country. And he disseminated it to top research people in the United States.
So once again, who was Uncle Harding? A 33-level Freemason, okay?
And all I’m saying is there’s a whole lot of stuff that we’re not involved in, we don’t understand.