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    Cool The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    In 2003, the California Coastal Records Project was sued by Barbara Streisand. It had compiled photographs of the California coast and was documenting beach erosion. One of it’s 12,000 photos of the California coast contained a picture of Barbara Streisand’s Malibu home, and the picture was freely available on the internet.


    Barbara Streisand’s beach front Malibu home

    Streisand, feeling her security would be compromised, sued to have the image taken off the internet. Before the lawsuit, the photograph had been accessed six times (twice by Streisand’s lawyers) but after the story of the suit hit the press, it received over a million views. This phenomena was dubbed “The Streisand Effect” which the Economist defines as when:

    Quote ...a juicy piece of online information can backfire and end up making things worse for the would-be censor.

    Streisand was fighting a losing battle, not only because she attracted unwanted publicity, but in a few years, Google would make satellite photography of her home freely available on the internet, and a few years later, there would be “street view.” And realtor.com would have angled satellite photos so that one could see the property and home layout and facades of the building at the same time. And this wasn’t just on Barbara Streisand, but the home of every American, even those living on rural mountain hilltops, such as David Wilcock.

    So Youtuber Stina Bo Bina recently discovered some information about David Wilcock’s new home and how much his mortgage is and included the information in one of her videos. Well somebody, probably Mr. Wilcock himself, contacted Youtube and stated this was a privacy violation. Stina didn’t release Wilcock’s home address, just the financial numbers, easily obtainable public information that reflected on who Wilcock, a public figure, is.

    The fact that Wilcock himself was so invested in keeping this information secret, made me more interested in where he did live? The Streisand Effect was clearly playing out in my own head! I wonder how long it would take and set out to find sale price of his house. With websites like spokeo.com , zillow.com and online county property records databases, it took less than ten minutes for me to find his address and pictures for his home, as it appeared before it’s sale in 2018, as well as the sale price and date. David Wilcock paid $1,240,000 for it in 2018. With the address in hand there is so much more information you can find, even a page on www.peakbagger.com the discusses how to ascend a certain promontory on or near his property. How appropriate that the leader of the Ascension Mystery School dwells on a mountaintop.


    And since the since the property was listed on Realtor.com and other sites, one can still find the images of the home before it was sold and reproduction of those images are fair use. So whether a person wants to live a private life, or like David Wilcock, be a public figure that appears who is a top guest at Contact in the Desert or the host of shows on GAIA, it is easy, fast and legal to get this information sitting in front of a computer with an internet connection. Of course I would caution anyone against sharing or posting his contact information: address (which you will come across to get the info I am sharing), phone number, email, etc. because this might be construed as “doxxing”, that is, sharing info so that someone else might use the information to harass them.

    So, if the Streisand Effect hasn’t gotten hold of you or if you think interior photos of David Wilcock’s house as it was advertised for sale as a gross violation of his privacy, I would warn you to scroll down no further in this post.


    From the listing: PRICE REDUCED.! Unique
    exclusive hand hewed Log Home on 18.2
    Secluded Acres with ... Views, wrap around Deck
    & complete privacy. Flat to gently sloping land
    on hill top with natural forest behind & Meadow
    in front. Professionally Designed and Decorated
    ... Privacy Gate and Fence at Driveway
    Entrance...Open Space/Conservation land.Cream
    of the Crop.



    Logs for Construction from Northern Arizona;
    Top of The Line Wood Windows with Metal
    Cladding on the Outside; Cat 5 wiring throughout;
    Lutron Lighting system with special lighting
    scenes.



    And there is this amazing spiral staircase made
    from logs. For someone who talks a lot about
    ascension, David Wilcock surely ascends in style.
    When he gets to the top, is he still really in
    3D???


    Two granite topped bars, one upstairs
    and one down. Those who hang around David
    Wilcock need not thirst for either esoteric
    knowledge or good libations!


    Amazing views from every room in
    the house, including this view from the bathroom!
    Just think how much David must raise his
    vibrations every morning while gazing at this
    mountain top as he takes a dump.

    Whether David and Elizabeth are just hanging together or entertaining their multitude of whistleblower friends that they claim to have, it is a very nice house indeed. The price of the property is a lot higher than the average home price ticket, but there are plenty of Americans who can afford homes at the level and did so by making an honest living. Why then would David Wilcock not want info on his home disclosed?

    Perhaps, it isn’t the details about the property that David Wilcock fears. It’s the many other questions that Stina Bo has raised, including:
    • The fact that David Wilcock started a GoFundMe for Pete Peterson, with phony claims about armed police raiding and bulldozing his house. David raised over $50,000 and no one knows how the money was disbursed. Stina noted that a similar amount appeared in the account of Elizabeth Wilcock some time later.
    • David, who claims to be a devout Christian, deplores those who looks at the same esoteric and conspiratorial issues he looks at. An now he has opened a 501-3c religious group. As Stina points out, he is either a (non-Christian) religious group leader, or he is a tax fraud.

    And Stina is only one of many people who have documented David Wilcock’s long parade of unsubstantiated or debunked claims and failed predictions. It would seem the force behind “Cosmic Disclosure” has a lot more to worry about than the disclosure of the price of his home.
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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    I don't begrudge anyone having a nice place to live. Wherever wilcock's house is, getting that house on 18 acres at that price seems a bargain. Houses in my kneck the woods can be well over that amount on less than a half acre of land.

    David has many issues to address, particularly regarding his support of Corey goode. I would think that people would be well advised to look at his 'factual' presentations on the ssp and ascension as 'entertainment'. Entertainers occasionally make money. So David's made enough money to live in a nice hangout. Hope he enjoys it.

    And how David lives, or what he says, I don't give a rat's ass.

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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    Seeing Wilcock for what he was 10 years ago compared to what he has become, makes me think I am living in a far less desirable time line than I'd like.

    Very sad.

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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    In this field: Being a research celebrity (ego) as a job, having to have a long term income to live on, can easily equal dodgy integrity.
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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    Quote Posted by Sunny-side-up (here)
    In this field: Being a research celebrity (ego) as a job, having to have a long term income to live on, can easily equal dodgy integrity.
    The problem if you’re a celebrity:
    Your audience sees your integrity.
    Wilcock has little
    His ego is brittle
    And everyone doubts his sincerity.


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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    The problem if you’re a celebrity:
    Your audience sees your integrity.
    Wilcock has little
    His ego is brittle
    And everyone doubts his sincerity.

    Brilliant!
    Last edited by Aragorn; 7th December 2019 at 13:02. Reason: removed spurious bracket

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    Default Re: The Streisand Effect and David Wilcock’s $1,240,000.00 mountaintop home.

    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    The problem if you’re a celebrity:
    Your audience sees your integrity.
    Wilcock has little
    His ego is brittle
    And everyone doubts his sincerity.
    A forum creator named "Ryan",
    Had a nose for people who're lyin'.
    A po'm he'd create,
    and consign their fate,
    to a place in Hades for fryin'.
    Last edited by Kryztian; 7th December 2019 at 17:56. Reason: fixing the anapaestic meter

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