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(Commentary): The Corey Goode Dilemma.
May 2, 2019
12:53 pm
Richard Daystrom PhD
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The Corey Goode Dilemma.

                                                                                               Commentary; by W. O. Belfield, Jr.


And I think it's gonna be a long, long, time
     'Til touchdown brings me 'round again to find
I'm not the man they think I am at home”

                                                               Rocket Man

                                                                    Elton John

     Identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities, Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs. Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87.

    Towards the end of his time as a MILAB he was assigned to an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a "human-type" ET Super Federation Council. Goode’s IE abilities played an important role in communicating with non-terrestrial beings as part of one of the Secret Space Programs (SSP). During his 20 year service he had a variety of experiences and assignments including the Intruder Intercept Interrogation Program.

   To say the least this biography of Corey Goode is very impressive. Ever since Mr. Goode re-entered public life on Earth, he has been a polarizing figure in the UFO community. There are people who believe his every word. There are people skeptical of his claims. Then there are people who believe he is a down right fraud.

   What does Corey Goode have to do to prove he is telling the truth? Technically he doesn’t have to prove anything to anybody. Most people want to believe him, but they want some substantial evidence to back up what he is saying. Suffice it to say with his unique background experienced UFO investigators do not understand why he has not presented any hard evidence to support his claims. This is a legitimate concern.

   What kind of evidence would be convincing? Photographs of the outside and inside of an alien craft or better yet photographs of Extra-terrestrials. People would say that’s nice but how do we know that these are not Hollywood props. Remember there is some evidence to the effect that segments of the Moon landings were faked.

   Mr. Goode could present celestial maps of the cosmos where certain Extra-terrestrials inhabit. Even if such maps could be authenticated by astronomers this still wouldn’t be enough proof. This is what would occur some astronomers would authenticate the maps while others would not. Again, this would not be definitive proof.

   What if Mr. Goode could plan is to have a small contingent of career long UFO investigators or researchers go on a fact-finding mission. This contingent would board a spacecraft and travel to designated locations throughout space. After there fact-finding mission we all know what is going to happen next! The contingent will be debriefed by certain government agencies. During this debriefing process they will be instructed to release information that does not compromise national security. This would not be definitive proof but only filtered information. What the public wants is indisputable evidence.

   If Corey Goode is what he says he is he should be able to devise a plan that would prove to be the ultimate form of indisputable evidence that the public is looking for. A flotilla of “Motherships” that would appear primarily during daylight hours in synchronicity in the skies over major metropolitan cities on Earth. This event could be an announced or unannounced event. An announced event would create suspicion that this was a Deep State event that was using some sort of holographic projectors. An unannounced event would be preferable.

    If such an event did take place simultaneously all over the world there would be enough people that would have witnessed this spectacle. Having the masses view this event, would prevent the event from being debunked. The mainstream media out of habit would make a feeble attempt to debunk this event. They would probably make the claim that the entire world was suffering from some sort of mass hysteria. Such a reckless accusation would end the reign of the mainstream media. If Corey Goode could manage for such an event to happen this would certainly usher in a brand-new day for humanity!

W. O. Belfield, Jr.

May 9, 2019
7:49 am
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Something dodgy about Goode. And I should trust my feelings as they usually prove to be true.

And he says the mandela effect is real, which I think is just paraphrasing by the brain.

June 21, 2020
10:47 am
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Don't write Corey off just yet.  It's hard to explain what he is. He is trying to get the truth out about what is happening on this planet and the moon etc.  But his way of doing it is a little unique.

The mandela effect is real only I'm not sure it's the known definition.  I myself have experienced it in my own home many times.  I've deduced that it is one of two things, 1. Alternate time lines running contiguously or 2. high powerful beings who can travel in time a lot faster than normal and so can change things around and then back again.

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He just repeats all the conspiracies that are going around.  Then tries to set himself up as a cult leader. If I do a remote viewing session of his claims I do not find anything. 

When you can go out and see the universe, who wants to go look at a Russian submarine? (Melvin C. Riley, US Army Remote Viewer)

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