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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    If this is legit...GOOD for Wilcock! :

    Of course this section didn’t go as planned:
    Quote I do not want to say or produce anything negative about this Company, publicly or privately. The Pete Peterson tapings are a critical historical archive that cannot be replaced.
    I was horrified to find out about Pete Peterson...GOD speed to him! Also, I wish the best to Emery and the others who have suffered!

    With ALL of the increasingly insane happenings going on everywhere by every arm of the Cabal (from Politics, media, business, etc) it’s good to see Wilcock has his priorities straight. All signs are pointing to the final battle and I REALLY hope the Cabal, these Luciferians, etc, are utterly destroyed soon!

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    So this is all new, and we're all more or less as confused as the other is. Got it.

    Assuming this is all legit, Wilock pulled a classic Wilcock and wrote an email about as long as the distance between Earth and the moon. So here's a little abdridged breakdown of it all for those who have things to do in life (lemme know if this is missing anything major. Wilcock sort of went all over the place in his letter):

    - GAIA is apparently evil. Big shocker there.

    - Wilcock insinuated that some Gaia big wigs are involved in cannibalism, pedophilia, and human sacrifice, and may or may not be loosely tying this to Pizzagate. Can't say I don't think that sounds a twinge nuts, but hey, anything's possible.

    - Some sort of splinter resistance group of Gaia employees has juicy inside information supporting this that they cannot share because NDA.

    - This group wants Wilcock to jump ship too, and has been pressuring him to for some time now.

    - Wlicock is pissed that they used footage of him in some Satanist propaganda show without his consent, which violate his Judeo-Christian values.

    - At this point, Wilcock fears continued association with GAIA will destroy his already fractured career past repair, so now he's getting cold feet and wants out, after heavy pressure by the resistance.

    - Wilcock is also pissed a decade's worth of priceless work with Pete Peterson, an already shady individual, is being unfairly kept from him by Gaia.

    - Wilcock claims that his whistleblowers are not being paid nearly what they should for their testimony, the aftermath of which left Emery Smith's life in shambles, as well as Corey Goode's.

    - Corey Goode is suing either Wilcock or GAIA, for reasons unclear.

    -Wilcock says he wants no legal trouble, yet he then goes out of his way to slander GAIA in the very same email. Which makes no sense.

    That's about everything. All the drama, boiled down.

    It'll be interesting to see how this all plays out. I for one am skeptical of anything tied to GAIA, and this whole fiasco is no exception.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Very very interesting thread.

    So whether one is mainstream or "alternative" same patterns happen when ego is activated. Very mechanical & predictable as Robert Anton Wilson would say.


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    CEO of GAIA Jirka Rysavy's life story has red flags in it, in my opinion.

    He went from penniless bum travelling the world looking for something, to a clone of the second worst corporate behaviour there is, hoovering up a whole sector of industry and re writing the rules for it ( office supplies).

    While doing a bit of digging into who he is, last year, I discovered that his family name "Rysavy" means "Red Haired". David Wilcock, of all people, should have found that at least interesting, if he did any research at all. I wonder if he did.

    I'm not the slightest bit surprised that GAIA is turning out to be a wolf in sheep's clothing. I even suspect this wolf is a particularly highly bred and nasty one.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    From his resignation letter...

    Quote I was greatly disappointed to see Graham Hancock “come out of the closet” about his Luciferian beliefs in this show. The resulting heated emails I exchanged with him basically destroyed our personal and professional relationship and we have never spoken again.
    Has anyone seen this part of the show? I stopped watching Gaia a couple years ago, around the same time they started hyping up Corey Goode. I find it hard to believe Hancock is a devout Lucifarian. There’s got to be more to Hancock’s side of the story surely?

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    Quote I find it hard to believe Hancock is a devout Lucifarian.
    I remember watching an interview of his last year where he was talking about the snake in the garden of Eden being the "good guy" in the Genesis story, and how Lucifer really is the "light bringer" of the world and its God who is the real bad guy to us mortals, not Lucifer.

    That statement personally turned me off to him.

    As for Wilcock "ruining his credibility, well, that kinda happened for me when he started pushing Corey and the blue birds like a stubborn used car salesman. The good folks here on this site really opened my eyes with all that.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    From his resignation letter...

    Quote I was greatly disappointed to see Graham Hancock “come out of the closet” about his Luciferian beliefs in this show. The resulting heated emails I exchanged with him basically destroyed our personal and professional relationship and we have never spoken again.
    Has anyone seen this part of the show? I stopped watching Gaia a couple years ago, around the same time they started hyping up Corey Goode. I find it hard to believe Hancock is a devout Lucifarian. There’s got to be more to Hancock’s side of the story surely?
    My pure guess is that DW is getting all confused with Gnosticism (in which Jehovah is regarded as the Demiurge, very plausibly in my view) and pre-Biblical practices such as Animism and early forms of Spiritism.

    Of course, Hancock is no Devil-worshipper. That's ludicrous (and he will hardly be happy about this now publicized letter). But his experiences with ayahuasca, for instance, may have led him to express notions that DW didn't understand and which left him feeling very uncomfortable.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    IF you go to David's site and scroll down a bit this video is featured.

    https://divinecosmos.com/



    ~

    Quote My pure guess is that DW is getting all confused with Gnosticism (in which Jehovah is regarded as the Demiurge, very plausibly in my view) and pre-Biblical practices such as Animism and early forms of Spiritism.

    Of course, Hancock is no Devil-worshipper. That's ludicrous (and he will hardly be happy about this now publicized letter). But his experiences with ayahuasca, for instance, may have led him to express notions that DW didn't understand and which left him feeling very uncomfort
    Here I believe is where Graham is sharing what you are speaking about:

    https://grahamhancock.com/gnosticism-lashj/

    A quote from this essay from John Lash:

    Quote Gnostic cosmology describes how a feminine Aeon called Sophia, or Wisdom, was so passionately attracted to the dark matter of chaos beyond the Pleroma that she plunged ecstatically into it. This impact produced an “abortion” in the cosmic formative forces (atomic level) and so arose the Demiurge, the “half-effective” god, identical with Jehovah. The Sophia Aeon then merged into the material world, half-formed from inorganic matter and compelled by non-vital mechanical laws. Her error was to have sprung from the Pleromic matrix unilaterally, rather than dyadically: “For it is the will of the Originator not to allow anything to happen in the Pleroma apart from a coupling.” (NHL XI, 2) The “Fallen Sophia” undergoes a series of spiritual agonies described at length in the Gnostic texts, only to be united with the Christ Aeon, her male counterpart among the Pleromic dyads. In the Gnostic view, Christ is not a particular, one-time incarnation of Divinity in human form, but the eternal possibility of Pleromic contact realized by any initiated, illumined individual.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Quote Posted by Noelle (here)
    Here is a link to Gaia employee reviews on Glass Door. Its rating is 2.4 stars; not very good for a "spiritual" organization.

    https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Ga...s-E1101975.htm

    Here's just one review as an example, posted last month:
    This was my favorite:

    "Stay Away!"

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Gaia full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    Excellent group of entry to mid level employees

    Cons

    Where to begin... execs and management are awful, but if you’re in the cool crowd you might be able to get high with the head of retention or do blow at the company Christmas party with HR! But you better not smoke cigarettes because that type of unhealthy behavior is just not tolerated at gaia!

    Don’t believe that Corey Goode has been to mars in a blue orb?!? Better just shut your mouth about it and treat him and David Wilcock like they poop gold (because they do, right into Jirka’s pockets)!!

    Advice to Management

    Take a leap!

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    I love people who have balls. That was priceless RunningDeer. It really made me chuckle.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    I haven't laughed so hard in ages.
    Oh well
    Hail Lucifer
    Money
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    Ego

    Lucifer Lucifer Lucifer

    Numpties lol

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Seems to me, Bill, having had close dealings with DW, would have more insight into the character of DW that none of the rest of us would fathom. Seems like remember Jordan Maxwell has also been associated with this "outfit"?

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    Quote Posted by Paul (here)
    My hunch, based on no inside information whatsoever, is that people with some integrity, even if they have ego's the size of Donald Trump, are bailing from some of the more corrupt, evil, deceptive, organizations. I would guess that Wilcock is an example of such a person, with an ample sized ego, yet with some integrity, who is bailing. I would not recommend membership in or association with GAIA to anyone.
    Do you think it was integrity that is causing him to quit? I don't. He tolerated all kinds of unethical situations and looked the other way. Only when he felt his reputation and career were in jeopardy did he choose to leave. He stayed for the money and now that the ship is sinking he is going to try and get off and salvage his career.... it's about him, not integrity.

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    Quote Posted by Joe from the Carolinas (here)
    Howdy folks, I have a very long livestream where I learned about this information in nearly real time. At the moment, youtube hasn't finished processing the first portion as it was so long (last 2 hours available right now).

    This archive from my youtube channel picks up from when I joined Den of Lore's show.


    There were over 100 people tuned in, so this was very much a live broadcast.

    I also need to make it very clear that while I do make appeals for my youtube viewers to join my off-avalon ventures to support my channel, please instead re-direct 100% your donations to project avalon instead-- as a member and moderator I insist! Here's the Avalon Donation link for your convenience- http://projectavalon.net/donation.html

    Bullet points so you don't get bogged down in something you don't want to watch:

    — If this is real (I battle with this throughout the stream), the only way for Wilcock, Goode, and Gaia to recover from this is to fess up to everything immediately, their own youtube channel. There is no recovery from this if they choose any other path.

    -- Wilcock may be using this as part of his narrative, to try to avoid further scrutiny and criticism from the Gaia Employee Movement, and maximize his leverage.

    — Background-I know Chris from Den of Lore from previous interviews, who invited me on his program this evening (while I was being interviewed by William Ramsey, on another stream)--- all of us were going off of the letter in the reddit thread. What an action-packed night. This entire stream was unplanned (I planned to sleep).

    — Corey Goode has a history of a restraining order from Darling International after only a few months of work, and, after that time he was courted by David Wilcock. Suddenly, they had their own show on Gaia -- no evidence, big story-- and NOW we learn that Wilcock allegedly had a problem with Gaia the entire time?


    Just to comment that this was an excellent show, with some refreshing, high quality deconstruction and critique and wonderful humor. Thank you all very much, and highly recommended listening.


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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

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    Howdy folks, I have a very long livestream where I learned about this information in nearly real time. At the moment, youtube hasn't finished processing the first portion as it was so long (last 2 hours available right now).
    Just to comment that this was an excellent show, with some refreshing, high quality deconstruction and critique and wonderful humor. Thank you all very much, and highly recommended listening.

    I’m 90 minutes into it. Yes, there’s a balance of personalities and point of views between the three as well as clever humor.

    Thumbs up, Joe.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    I am so shocked!

    I admit I joined this forum partly because it was mentioned by Corey Goode and David Wilcock in a positive light. I like David Wilcock's old material, particularly the source field investigation. Very good scientific background to paranormal phenonmenon

    I always keep open mind and give people the benefit of doubt, but this time the entire Gaia tv and everyone associated with them is now highly suspect. Maybe they were duped, but serving Luciferians is the very serious charge.

    I have only joined the forum recently, but I have been browsing some of the threads as a guest for while now. There much has been writen about Corey Goode specially. I think a lot of this people are being duped by some sort of alien presence or maybe some sort of goverment pys-op. I think Corey Goode especially sounds like maybe someone is putting this thoughts and memories into his head.

    So, maybe David was doing all this for the money, yes? I am now pretty sure he basically sold his soul to Gaia (and, apparently, Lucifer), for the money. I hope he will come clean and admit his mistake. And Corey needs help I think, because the government is messing wit his mind.

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    Are we in the middle of an apocalypse ?

    "An apocalypse (Ancient Greek: ἀποκάλυψις apokálypsis, from ἀπό and καλύπτω, literally meaning "an uncovering"[1]) is a disclosure of knowledge or revelation."

    It seems there is more and more uncovering lately .

    More and more charlatans being exposed from all camps ...
    Last edited by justntime2learn; 7th July 2018 at 18:43. Reason: Traded word from uncovering to exposed
    “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.”― Isaac Newton

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Questions (and my thoughts)

    1) Did Wilcocks write this letter?

    If not, then it is a pretty well crafted hoax. If a hoax, I think Wilcox will quickly and vehemently deny it. Confirmation of it's authenticity for me would include Wilcox's and Eisenhowers silence on the matter, or general or misleading pseudo denials (e.g. "Well, those weren't exactly my words, but I am having difficulty with Gaia," or "If I did write a resignation letter, I would never post it on the internet!")

    2) If he did write the letter, was it accidentally leaked, or was this intentional?

    The story would seem that Wilcox wrote the letter to his employer and bcc'ed it to a few of his friends, and one of them, not knowing it was secret, posted it to her Facebook account and he quickly notified her to tell her to take it down. Was that all an accident, or did Wilcox know that would happen and allow the letter to appear on the internet just long enough for a few people to copy and paste or screen capture it? This way, he can claim to GAIA that he never intended to hurt their image by making his resignation into a public scandal.

    3) Is it possible that Wilcox thought that he (and possibly Corey Goode and others) were about to be booted from Gaia and taken off the payroll, and opted for a dramatic exit via the "accidentally leaked" letter?

    There's absolutely no evidence of this (yet) but I am just throwing this idea out there as a remote possibility.

    Perhaps David Wilcox has more integrity than I thought by leaving GAIA and being taken off their payroll, or perhaps he is just trying to position himself in the media as a Gaia whistleblower firebrand instead of a Gaia reject loser. I think time will tell what really is going on behind the scenes.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

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    Quote Posted by Paul (here)
    My hunch, based on no inside information whatsoever, is that people with some integrity, even if they have ego's the size of Donald Trump, are bailing from some of the more corrupt, evil, deceptive, organizations. I would guess that Wilcock is an example of such a person, with an ample sized ego, yet with some integrity, who is bailing. I would not recommend membership in or association with GAIA to anyone.
    Do you think it was integrity that is causing him to quit? I don't. He tolerated all kinds of unethical situations and looked the other way. Only when he felt his reputation and career were in jeopardy did he choose to leave. He stayed for the money and now that the ship is sinking he is going to try and get off and salvage his career.... it's about him, not integrity.
    Perfect example from the letter -

    Quote “Oh, Gaia pays everyone the same. Grassroots company.” That’s about all I could say in your defense. 430,000 subscribers is not at all grassroots, and you are out there announcing this publicly. Do you realize what a political nightmare this is? Or do you just not even care at this point?
    Lied for money but won’t at the expense of his image. That’s what they do, they suck you dry, compromise and silence you - no respect, the price paid for selling out.
    Never give up on your silly, silly dreams.

    You mustn't be afraid to dream a little BIGGER, darling.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's apparently very real letter of resignation to Gaia TV

    Quote Posted by Jayke (here)
    From his resignation letter...

    Quote I was greatly disappointed to see Graham Hancock “come out of the closet” about his Luciferian beliefs in this show. The resulting heated emails I exchanged with him basically destroyed our personal and professional relationship and we have never spoken again.
    Has anyone seen this part of the show? I stopped watching Gaia a couple years ago, around the same time they started hyping up Corey Goode. I find it hard to believe Hancock is a devout Lucifarian. There’s got to be more to Hancock’s side of the story surely?

    I'm just coming at this from my own perspective but it's pretty easy to philosophize and get lost here.

    While Graham Hancock may espouse Luciferian beliefs, it doesn't necessarily mean he has joined the Illuminati pedophile human sacrifice club.

    It could mean that Graham has taken a literal translation of Gnosticism and found some personal truth in it.
    Carl Jung did the same thing and I've never heard of Jung being a pedophile or into human sacrifice or anything.

    If you read the Gnostic Bible or rather the Nag Hummadi Library it tells a tale of Sophia a true God who lived with other true Gods who dwelled within the true source of creations energy.

    Sophia wished to have an offspring but was denied copulation from the God of her choice, so she ran off from the realm of true source and had a child of her own creation. This child was named Yaldaboath and this child was considered the Yeweh of the Old Testament as far as the Gnostics were concerned.

    Yaldaboath then used his own spark to create our Universe and world.

    But since Yaldaboath was considered imperfect he was not allowed back into the realm of true source, as such he was forced to recycle the spark he had thrust outside of himself and that he had endowed within his creation.

    Now here is where it gets tricky.

    The Gods from the true source of creation wished for these sparks to have an opportunity to return to source, as such one of them appeared as a snake in the Garden of Eden to Eve and told her of the forbidden fruit which grew on the tree of knowledge.

    This is why certain Gnostics might consider themselves Satanists.

    They believe Satan offered the knowledge to help end their cycle of reincarnation within Yaldaboath.
    This alone is a harmless philosophy, but when we look at what is really going on in the world it is my opinion that one cannot condone or give permissive tolerance to anything called Satanism.

    As far as I'm concerned the elite of the world are Satanists who wish to depopulate the planet and while they are doing so they feel no remorse or guilt about perversions including child sacrifice and or pedophilia.

    Graham Hancock may be one of those folks who does not believe and or understand what is going on with the elite and as such feels he can continue with his personal philosophy(which in truth probably harms no one).

    There are many such people who are exposed enough and seemingly savvy enough to have pierced the veil so to speak. And as such should know what is going on, especially when they have exhibited brilliance in so many areas. But this is not always the case. Many folks while exhibiting brilliance in their specific area of expertise to not have the panoramic vision to take it all in.

    This is probably the case with Graham Hancock and I say this because of how empathic and brilliant he has always seemed, as well as just seeming to have such an excellent heart and old soul.
    So while Graham may be practicing certain Gnostic beliefs I certainly do not think he is privy to the rituals talked about going on in the Gaia network much less participating in them.



    Just my take.
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