Any whistleblower, by definition, faces a mountain of disbelief as they are going against what is accepted by the majority as true. It is even more difficult if the subject is activity in outer space, as few (if any) can corroborate what someone writes about secret programmes beyond the Earth. This is compounded when the narrative involves beings from distant star systems or other dimensions.
Welcome to Corey Goode’s world.
Corey Goode has recently come under attack from several people in the Alternative News community, not least Bill Ryan* and Steven Greer. Both these speakers and broadcasters, are influential, and have been the conduit for many respected whistleblowers of their own. Suggestions from them that Corey Goode is at best a dupe and at worst, part of an elaborate psyops program, are bound to cause doubt.
*[Kerry Cassidy and Bill Ryan’s Camelot, have given Bob Dean plenty of air time and support. His stories are no less fantastic than Goode’s.]
How are we to judge? What does it mean to use discernment? Are we, like Alice Through the Looking Glass, to believe “six impossible things before breakfast”. The whole idea behind Disclosure, is that what is disclosed is going to seriously challenge nearly everyone’s sense of what is normal.
Imagine what it is like to be Corey Goode. At some point, because he had problems with his retina, certain memories started flooding back, relating to his 20 years of service. Let us suspend disbelief for a moment, and accept his word is true, and that the memories that have come back into his mind he believes to be the truth.
He is like a Marco Polo coming from an exotic faraway land, and trying to persuade disbelievers, that there is a Khan whose military prowess, and wealth, far exceeds the city from whence he came. Many people will not believe him simply because they cannot envisage that what he says could possibly be true.
He knew this before he started speaking out. But he has come forward anyway.
Imagine what it is like to be Corey Goode. Imagine reading Bill Ryan’s commentary and finding you can only be believed if you have been attacked or removed as a whistleblower.
In other words if he died a spectacular death, then he might be credible.
So how can we decide?
Let us start by looking at the sort of arguments put by his detractors.
At the first level, will be all those who know that the whole idea of UFOs is a nonsense.
This level will include all those who doubt that the trillions of planets within and beyond this galaxy contain intelligent life with self-awareness. Or, if such species exist, they are too far away to make any difference.
At the next level, there is an acceptance that extra terrestrial and strange aerial phenomena, are real, and worthy of exploration. These people accept that our governments have hidden a lot from us, and the, mainly military, personnel involved in these programs are reluctant to speak out because of personal safety considerations. They do not believe in a breakaway civilisation, nor do they believe in the possibility of an elaborate space programme, originating on earth and/or the moon, operating mining franchises within and beyond the solar system. Needless to say, this would include every aspect of the mainstream media. Paradoxically, it does not include the entertainment industry, which is shown one way or another, almost everything which someone such as Goode suggests is true.
At the third level, there are those like the person Corey Goode refers to as ‘Sigmund’ because of his similarity to Sigmund Freud, who are very knowledgeable about a secret space programme in the solar system, but find the other things that Goode suggests as being entirely beyond belief. This, of course, includes everything relating to high dimensional beings and inner Earth civilisation. It probably also includes anything to do with the Ancient Builder Race and huge mother ships that have crash landed in what is now the Antarctic. It certainly includes travelling the universe in blue orbs.
What about those who believe what he's saying is true?
Let us dismiss the simply credulous, who will believe anything that makes our scary world into something more closely resembling a Marvel Comic.
What of the rest of us? How are those of us who hold what Corey Goode describes as being possible to know if it is actual? How are we to avoid confirmation bias? How are we to judge?
And remember the context here, is disclosure.
Most of those who realise that the mainstream media has become over the past century a more and more fine tuned tool of the deep state, presenting news and stories that serve the purpose of that state, and only tangentially work for the benefit of those living in the countries where the newspapers, radio and television present to us what is the reality we should take seriously. Being distrustful of the overall purpose of the mainstream media, should not mean that everything that appears in the alternative media is taken as true.
Operation Mockingbird, was designed to embed Intelligence Assets in the mainstream media. When it was discovered, the same media told us the programme had been discontinued. Why should we believe this is true? Have the intelligence agencies notably grown more virtuous over the last 20 years?
Just because we do not know the name of the current initiative, or initiatives, does not mean that both the MSM and the Alternative Media have not been infiltrated. It is clear to anyone who follows controversial stories, that there are concerted attempts to attack the better known and more effective of those who challenge the current orthodoxy (in any field). This includes paid for online trolls.
We should therefore not be surprised, but if indeed Goode is presenting information that is true, and is threatening to the Deep State, he will come under attack.
This in itself, does not mean what he’s saying is necessarily true.
The starting point with discernment has to be how well your own intuitive and critical faculties have been developed. It is not sufficient to have a wishful thinking hunch that what someone is saying is true. In the end, every proposition, has to come to the bar of reason. It must be possible to demonstrate, that what is being presented as true, is in accord with principles that can be shown to be true.
This is not the place to present a detailed argument concerning why life beyond this planet is highly likely. However, the incontrovertible fact, that we are one galaxy amongst many, and that those billions of galaxies contain trillions of Earth like planets, make the likelihood that there are millions of civilisations at the same level or higher than ours, very high indeed.
In addition to that scientific proposition, are all the archaeological findings, and Sumerian writings, as well as worldwide myths and legends, not least in India and South America, that strongly suggest we have been visited over the ages by intelligent species, that may or may not have had our best interests at heart.
The ancient religions, including those of India and Egypt, suggest at the very least the possibility of inter dimensional beings, whether these be angels, or “human beings” who in some way have transcended this three-dimensional physical realm.
In the light of the above, we can say with some confidence, that much of what Goode says, falls within the realm of the possible. It may not be part of our everyday experience, but it does indeed seem to be part of the experience of humanity as a whole.
So one criterion is met, what Corey Goode says cannot be classified as a lie in terms of principle. The most that can be said is he may not be correct, not that he cannot possibly be correct.
Let us assume for a moment that he is telling the truth, at least as he has experienced it. We have already established that what he has to say could possibly be true. This will include the idea of inner earth civilisations, which cannot be disproved on a priori grounds. We may hold this part of the narrative is unlikely, but once again we are faced with a conundrum. If disclosure is to mean what everyone says it means, then there will be aspects that do not fit in with what we believe is likely. The idea of inner earth civilisations also has correlates with myth and legend, not least the story The Power of Vril by Bulwar Lytton.
The second, and perhaps crucial criterion, is our own experience when listening to Corey Goode being interviewed. And in parenthesis, we could apply this to interviews with Cobra, Frank O’Collins, Benjamin Fulford, Sibel Edmunds, Cathy O’Brien, and any of the many others who have put their life and liberty at risk, to speak their truth.
We each of us, have inside ourselves a very well designed tuning fork that resonates when we experience somebody else telling their truth.
We may not accept everything they say as being true, but we can know with a fairly high degree of certainty, that they believe what they’re saying is true.
Now, we are probably all aware that professional con men, hypnotists, sociopathic narcissists, and others who misuse psychological principles for their own ends, can be very persuasive. If anyone doubts this then they should research Jim Jones and his temple, and the number of people who took their own lives under his influence. Having said that, when you’re in the presence of a charismatic mind controller, it is possible to realise that you may well be being misled.
But he's making money!
Follow the money is another useful criterion. If the peddling of a lie is delivering significant benefit to the one telling the lie (think of interviews with any of many prominent bankers or oil magnates) then the fact there is that benefit should sound a warning bell.
Clearly, both David Wilcock and Corey Goode have received some financial recompense from their work of Cosmic Disclosure. However, the fact that they receive a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work makes them no different to just about any of us. If Corey Goode believes that it is for the highest good that he reveals his experience in the most effective way possible, only an unthinking purist would assume that he must do this at the same time as financially ruining himself.
Twin pillars of discernment
In the end, our judgement of Goode, or any of the other whistleblowers mentioned above, or known to those reading this article, comes down to a gut sense.
We believe that this is the reason that Corey Goode was advised to produce a video blog. Somebody talking about ordinary events of their family life journeys by car, holidays hoped for, conferences planned for, descriptions of hotel rooms, in the moment surprise at seeing that a space technology company was sharing the same venue, gives a real sense of authenticity. That is why ‘fly on the wall’ programs are both so compelling, and sometimes so damaging, for the organisation that allows them. You do tend to see people and places as they actually are.
Those of us who have followed Goode over the past two years, have seen an overweight man with somewhat stilted delivery, sitting in a very defensive posture, talk about things that he knew would open him up to certain ridicule. This would occur in his hometown, on plane flights, walking city streets, or when approached by hostile journalists. Gradually he has brought his weight and health under control, and his delivery has become more assured.
If Goode is a disinformation merchant, then we would expect to find in his past that he had studied the noble art of acting, and shown very great skill in that department. We would also expect to find, people who knew him as a teenager or as a young man, coming forward to demonstrate what is said about his past, is untrue. As far as the current writer is aware nobody of significance has done so.
We cannot know absolutely if he is telling the truth. We cannot know absolutely if Putin is telling the truth, or the Pope, or Barrack Obama, or indeed anyone else who was sharing with us knowledge that we cannot verify for ourselves. In the end it comes down to trust. And trust rests on the twin pillars of plausibility and honesty.
True discernment requires balancing the plausibility of what you’re being told and how far you could reasonably trust the person doing the telling.
This latter skill develops over time and some people are much better at it than others. In this particular instance, knowing that someone who was actually met Goode like Justin Deschamps, and has found him to be a regular guy, warmhearted and accessible, should in itself carry considerable weight.
Time will tell. Hopefully, we won’t have too much longer to wait.
Murray Morison is a novelist living in Crete
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