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

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    So he thinks some people are coming after him just because he was on a show where they talked about the Annunakki.

    The guy does the same thing when he appears on Ancient Aliens. What’s the difference?
    Classic David Wilcock Playbook.

    He's the hero, that's flawed. Each act reveals the goal, the hero's growth process, and the many challenges that the hero has to overcome. Wilcock's play-the-victim narrative is just part of his ongoing screenplay.
    So somebody is going to attack him because he believes in the Annunaki gods?

    Any person who would attack him because he believes in the Annunaki gods is probably too stupid to ever have heard of the Annunaki gods!
    No, that's not my claim at all. David Wilcock has the right to be safe, secure, and just as snug as a bug in a rug . Anyone that wants to threaten or engage in physical harm to David Wilcock, Corey Goode, Emery Smith, or anyone else, needs to be reported to law enforcement immediately.
    Joe, I’m not suggesting at all that you advocated any attack on Wilcock.
    My post was a tongue in cheek reference to what I feel is an unlikely event…That is someone attacking him because of his association with people who believe in the Annunakki and Luciferians.

    Of course, they have the right to feel safe, and he certainly has the right to feel he is imperiled even though others believe its no basis in reality for it.
    Ahhh okay , thank you for clarifying , I appreciate that Zak now I’m re-reading your comment and gettin the humor

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

    Okay, I'm cross-referencing here. The two people who told Patty Greer about the white children's masks in Jirka Rysavy's house (see 44:39 in this video)

    ... were Ron Sirchie and his wife Shannon. Sirchie recounts his experience here, but Patty Greer goes into a lot more, pretty uncomfortable, graphic detail.


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    Yes, thanks for pointing that out Bill, I was just coming on to do the same

    The Patty video is well worth watching and once one does, one will understand why I'm questioning Richard Dolan's remarks, in my post #238.

    EDIT TO ADD: Patty also talks about how Jirka is buying out schools such as Drunvalo's.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's letter of resignation to Gaia TV

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    The Patty video is well worth watching and once one does, one will understand why I'm questioning Richard Dolan's remarks, post #238.
    I very much doubt he's been silenced, legally or otherwise. But it's entirely possible that he's simply not encountered any of the people, or the phenomena reported, during his time there.

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    Well from listening to several audios, everyone keeps talking about having to sign NDA's so I can only assume that 'all' have been asked to do the same. Richard's program wasn't too long ago....

    EDIT TO ADD: I do like Richard's work so I'm not questioning his over-all credibility.
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    I find the whole affair suspect because of David Wilcock pushing this and with a tag team of women that had dealings with Gaia but never worked there. Laura is a pea in the pod with the David/Corey/ Jimmy Church crowd and in my opinion from her statements and collaboration with the next president of the United States, Mr. I was at Lincoln's Gettysburg address, time traveling, jump room to Mars, but articulate Andrew Basiago she should be on your radar as a poser. She did conferences with him since 2012....... and backed up his claims just to go on his rodeo circuit.
    ONCE again no proof in her claims.

    Yes the other woman made an interesting crop circle video but got turned down by Gaia and I do feel she legally has a court case against them for her film.

    David started this ****storm against Gaia but notice in the letter he hedging his bets rather than provide proof of GEM, or taking a leadership in workers rights. He wrote a letter to his followers mostly.

    I organized workers in both Hawaii and Florida who were being **** upon by the owners and also put a REAL Safety violations that I brought attention to OSHA and I had proof and real threats against me, plus job threats. He's a coward. He spent 6 years and did nothing? Yet he throws his followers a religious bone but it was really about the money isn't it. Gee I was at Auschwitz for 4 years unloading the train, never went into the camp, so I plead ignorant even though they made me a producer...... my insiders never told me what was going on.

    Is there evil in the world? Yes Is Giai killing children for Satan? Is Gaia an all powerful media group? Nope. Come on get a grip. Are there major pedofile groups in power? No doubt. Yes and children are targets of some of the elites

    I'm with Dolan on this.....He's smarter and wiser than David and his crew.......... rant over

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

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    I was never "into" Gaia TV & have no experience dealing with the owners or managers....but seriously....do you think they would tip their hand to a man like Richard Dolan. I think not!
    And even if Dolan had heard the same kinds of rumors of a bad "Me Too" environment, there's a certain level of private and professional discretion that has to be applied, since Dolan has a following of his own and it would be perhaps uncalled-for to throw an entire organization under the bus without proof of any wrongdoing.

    Not to mention that successful corporations by their very nature tend to develop a cult-like mentality at the very top, because everyone involved at that level is interested in the promotion of the company in order to increase their own margins, and the company brand becomes embodied by the corporate culture. So that much may as well be expected as the nature of the beast. Google's workplace is another well-known example of having a kind of creepy, cult-like atmosphere to it, and it's also all geared toward the promotion of the company brand and its ironic motto, "Don't be evil."

    People creating hierarchical networks in order to manufacture and market goods and services (otherwise known as companies or corporations) is not inherently bad, but in any large organization of people there are bound to be a few people with sociopathic tendencies who work their way up the corporate ladder by any means necessary and take over the companies. There have even been studies published in journals showing that CEOs and other high-earning executives are much more likely to be clinical sociopaths than the general population.

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

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    In my view, I'd say his discernment needs a little work still — but he's clearly a nice guy who means the best. Just a few more bricks in the wall.

    There's a whole mixed bag of issues in that video.

    He's a big fan of Corey Goode! Not only that, but took him out of California to help promote him in the Yankee North. What are the odds! And where are the blue big bird memes when you need them? There was a whole host of them going around back in the day.



    Knowing first-hand the whoppers this guy was capable of from having to deal with his drama on as a mod on the TOT forum, I can't help but laugh looking at the picture above. This guy is like a walking Tim and Eric sketch where no one ever realizes it's a parody.

    Anyway, one of the things the guy in the video says is that he didn't like the hierarchical structure of the company (ie the basic structure of just about every company I know of) because "we" are in a female energy now. And I felt like saying to him.. No, you're in a female energy now, and if I were being completely honest, I could tell it the instant he started talking. There is nothing wrong with feminine energy, but it's half of the coin, not the whole coin, and what he probably thinks would be a great work environment would invariably degrade into chaos, regardless of whether the current president of the company is terrible or not.

    He also uses the metaphor of cells in a body working together. Well I don't know if he really thought this one through, but the body has a head, with a brain in it, telling it what to do (including the unconscious functions such as heart beat and breathing), and also a nucleus in every single cell, with genes being constantly activated and de-activated, in order to dictate how the rest of the cell will behave. The cells are not left undirected to do whatever they feel like. On the contrary, they work like clockwork, at least if you are healthy.

    So I could actually make a more detailed and accurate metaphor of a federalist system of government, with federal, state, and local authorities, to represent the cells of the human body, rather than essentially what this guy is advocating, which is apparently no hierarchy or structure at all.

    I don't know the president of Gaia or virtually anything at all about the company really, but this guy's complaints boil down to being about relatively minor disagreements in content, him not being allowed as much creative license as he perhaps thought he was going to get, and the fact that he doesn't like hierarchical organizations.

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

    Do check out the link I provided in Post #238....glassdoors. The complaints go all the way back to 2014 so this may be many years in the making...And don't just plug in GAIA T.V. also plug in GAIAM for even more comments!

    I have to laugh as the headline of one of the reviews on GAIA is: BITE MY LOHASS!

    I will soon post some research I did last fall on GAIA and explain to you exactly what LOHASS is...however it's LOHAS, the poster was being rhetorical.
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    What I find most important about this whole affair, is the weird stories about peripheral things, such as the children's masks, the black box, the history with Laura Knight Jadczyk, the misogyny in general. That is the bigger and more important story, NOT the he said she said.

    As a very intelligent and well respected man said "The black magicians are insane."

    You know, before 2012 I would have seen a video and listened to Laura Eisenhower and thought she was just a hippy. However, now I have to say that her assessment of the current situation being a perversion of the divine feminine; well she's bang on.

    The girls have been called and we are up to the task. And I LOVE men.

    Later in the video: I'm wondering about this guy's (interviewer) big push for labor unionization as an answer. How does that fight the real agenda and it just seems a bit of a non sequitar. (sp?) He's certainly got an agenda.

    Anyway, back to the video.

    Edit at almost the end of the video.

    Okay, this interviewer has agendas because he is going off on labor union and LBGT or whatever the heck they call it now. He definitely has an agenda. It makes the whole thing suspect.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's letter of resignation to Gaia TV

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    He's a big fan of Corey Goode! Not only that, but took him out of California to help promote him in the Yankee North. What are the odds! And where are the blue big bird memes when you need them? There was a whole host of them going around back in the day.
    ......... thank you

    I knew it and called it. Another one of those peas in the Pod. are we starting to see a pattern here? Gee quelle surprise .... Next up Dr. Mixed Salla and Andrew Basiago weigh in on this
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    Do check out the link I provided in Post #238....glass doors. The complaints go all the way back to 2014 so this may be many years in the making...And don't just plug in GAIA T.V. also plug in GAIAM for even more comments!

    I have to laugh as the headline of one of the reviews on GAIA is: BITE MY LOHASS!

    I will soon post some research I did last fall on GAIA and explain to you exactly what LOHASS is...however it's LOHAS, the poster was being rhetorical.
    Good time to add here again: The pages add up quickly. It's a challenge to keep up with them and other threads and life with family and friends.

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    Noelle - Post #12

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    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:

    I have been working at Gaia part-time (More than a year)

    Pros
    Cafeteria food is fantastic. Most lower level employees and hosts are a pleasure to work with.

    Cons
    Rumors are true. Everyone including the janitors is under non-disclosure agreements and can't talk about any internal issues going on at GAIA. And, there are plenty of issues, most CEO and upper management related.

    If you have any problems and try and speak up, you will be harassed and threatened by lawsuits. HR is useless. Most lower level people that work at the company are good-hearted and easily back …

    Advice to Management
    CEO needs to step away from the board. It is obvious that his condition is affecting his behavior and reasoning.

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

    Generally, this kind of stuff that this thread covers is none of my business.

    This will I hope to be my last contribution to this thread.

    But two things about this story bother me. Bother the hell out of me...
    Number one, I get pretty angry when people abuse their knowledge by deceiving others with telling tales of their supposed connections, and their supernatural experiences that challenge credulity way beyond the reasonable. This should be exposed and I want to say that people who do exposé such actions should be supported, 100 percent.

    On the other hand, it’s a difficult thing for me to say negative things about people because I understand many have internalized love towards a fellow like DW, (who without a doubt has qualities of goodness) and the last thing I would ever want to do is reign on someone’s heartstrings. But that’s the point, the people who have been deceived may feel betrayed and that‘s a difficult time for them, therefore they need support. They are the real victims here.

    I wish these deceivers would for once think of the honest, sincere, and great people who have become attached to them, who only want to feel some truth. You have betrayed them, as you have betrayed the most glorious pursuit humans can partake in…the noble search for truth.

    Certainly, as seekers of truth, we have to expose as wisely and compassionately as we can what we sincerely believe are instances where abuse and deception are being done.

    That being said, for those who indulge in this unfortunate activity, although they deserve to be exposed, castigated and challenged at every turn, I think one should be empathetic and compassionate towards someone who has gone astray…. No one is beyond redemption.

    The second thing that I am opposed to is throwing around charges towards people that they are Luciferians, devil worshipers and things like that which is ironic in that DW wants to be himself shielded from such impressions others may feel towards him regarding his relationship with Luciferians, for his own safety, yet I find it ironic he so easily besmirches others with that brush.

    Now don’t get me wrong, I think when legitimate issues of things like child abuse are clear we should with all speed endeavor to expose this to the light of day. But certainly, we have to very caution particularly in this day in age where a mere charge can ruin a person’s life.

    You see folks when we cast stones we have to always understand the pain we can cause to others.

    Sermon over

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

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    What I find most important about this whole affair, is the weird stories about peripheral things, such as the children's masks, the black box, the history with Laura Knight Jadczyk, the misogyny in general. That is the bigger and more important story, NOT the he said she said.
    I just got around to watching that video, that Bill reposted above. Providing the time stamp is a great addition because seeing over an hour to dig through can be discouraging.

    Boulder, Colorado is a known CIA/military industrial hot spot.

    "Loosh" = adrenochrome is an idea I can really get behind. That makes a lot of sense actually. And far from the almost Romantic idea of someone's vital emotional energy being sucked away as if in a bad relationship in an invisible dimension, it's the horrifying physical reality of torturing children and then draining their blood and cutting their adrenals out, and all the rest.

    Regardless of whether you believe what she says in the video above, police have actually found this kind of stuff at crime scenes. There was a wave of Satanic crime in the 1980's that, instead of generating support for police action, was used as an opportunity for a media campaign to make everyone talking about Satanic cults look crazy. I think there was even an episode of Unsolved Mysteries featuring Satanic ritual abuse cases, though I could be mistaken about the exact program it was. (I do know that one of the "Arkancides" of a journalist made it to an episode of Unsolved Mysteries, and now in retrospect doesn't look very mysterious at all.)

    If the situation at Gaia is as serious as this woman makes it sound, then I can see how Wilcock's post may have been a cry for help, like she says. If he's really stumbled too deep into people who, as she alleges, are also running a ritual abuse and murder cult, then these are the kinds of people who will just kill you if you know too much. They are already murdering children, so why wouldn't they? They have everything to lose.

    And for those same reasons (the ruthlessness of such a cult), if it truly exists, then there is no use pretending that it wouldn't be at the top of the company. If it had any interest in the company in the first place, it would soon be seeking full control (if it didn't have it to begin with), and I would also go so far as to venture a guess that someone else within that cult would be a connection to a wider network of cults and also their networks within the CIA and military industrial complex. It is all the same people running wild behind the scenes at the highest levels, and doing terrible things unimpeded, and this wouldn't be just one isolated cult all by itself in Colorado. That level of crime has to be specially protected, worldwide. It is one big happy network of every sort of corruption you can imagine, held together by the Central Intelligence Agency and its foreign counterparts.

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

    Zak, that was a brilliant post.

    Voice, I lived in the Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs, Denver and Littleton area and I just do not have a great, fond, feeling for the area. My son was born in Littleton.

    I flew into the new Denver airport in, complete with it's wild and completely creepy satanic horse with the glowing eyes, the "Bronco" 2014 to visit my boyfriend's sister. She lives near Boulder and we went there that trip.

    The point is that there is something weird and wicked at the new airport. I felt tired, drained, etc. for a while upon landings. They have those really creepy murals there. I can imagine the kind of stuff the dark guys are manipulating there. It's not good.
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