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    Default David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Ok, rather than derail the Drake update thread over DW's false predictions, let's argue about them here. Some think DW is the next best guru on planet Earth and others, like myself, think he's making a buck on hopium and makes a lot of false predictions then comes up with not so clever excuses when things don't pan out. So, here is a list I am compiling, feel free to add your list of false prophecy or predictions:

    In 2010, predicts that President Obama will attempt to reveal the existence of aliens and alien technologies this year. He says it’ll be a two-hour prime time special, in which a human-like off world entity will be introduced. http://the2012deception.net/?p=222

    ATS has a thread that says Wilcock said by the end of 2009 we would have full disclosure of aliens. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread546507/pg1

    His predictions for “ascension” to occur in the year 2000 http://the2012deception.net/?p=222

    So, DW also predicts Obama is going to turn the tables on the NWO. Well, he seems to be signing Executive Orders and planning wars with them. Just how much does he have to do to continue their plan before those who support DW realize that it's a lie. Obama is NOT going to stop the evil elites. He hates America and is doing all he can to help drive us further into demise economically and socially. DW support obama, and that is enough for me to know DW's sources suck.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Hi US,

    I think itīs time for all of us to move on and make things clear about this man.

    Hereīs a cache based copy of his older website, called ascension2000.com, as available in 17:23:12 May 8, 1999:

    http://web.archive.org/web/199905081...nsion2000.com/

    This is what he was saying about ascension, back in 1999. Looks familiar?

    "Dedicated to the Single Greatest Moment of All Time,

    Now Within One Year of Arrival - Getting Excited?"


    "ET's Note: Things might not look very good to you right now. Turn off the TV - you are not going crazy. Take a walk outside. The world is not going to end - it is going to begin. Relax. God is in charge. Get up out of that chair, crank up the music and let's dance our way into the Ascension. You want to be standing up when this happens"

    In the above website, he didnīt say a "single word about 2012, yet he stated that 2039 is going to be a big year. He also stated that Saddam was to blame for the 9/11 attacks and that he was the third antichrist predicted by Nostradamus .... After all of his predictions failed he just changed the name of his site to divinecosmos, deleted all his old pages and changed his look by shaving off his beard and dying his hair blonde." http://www.godlikeproductions.com/fo...age1478364/pg2

    Iīm so sorry for keep hitting the same key over and over again, but itīs really time to move on. This man is a scam artist.

    He tried to completely erase his previous history and claims, but once things are on the internet, they will always remain available, thanks to websites like web.archive.org

    Heīs on the ascension business for more than 15 years.

    Regards,

    Raf.

    PS: He was also all over the Elenin fiasco, along with his pal Richard Hoagland. Itīs all recorded here at PA.
    Last edited by RMorgan; 22nd May 2012 at 19:34.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    No argument from me. I think you're right. I quit listening to him many years ago.

    love and peace
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    RMorgan,

    I did not know this. Thank you for posting.

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    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Hi US,

    I think itīs time for all of us to move on and make things clear about this man.

    Hereīs a cache based copy of his older website, called ascension2000.com:

    http://web.archive.org/web/199905081...nsion2000.com/

    This is what he was saying about ascension, back in 1999. Looks familiar?

    "ET's Note: Things might not look very good to you right now. Turn off the TV - you are not going crazy. Take a walk outside. The world is not going to end - it is going to begin. Relax. God is in charge. Get up out of that chair, crank up the music and let's dance our way into the Ascension. You want to be standing up when this "

    In the above website, he didnīt say a "single word about 2012, yet he stated that 2039 is going to be a big year. He also stated that Saddam was to blame for the 9/11 attacks and that he was the third antichrist predicted by Nostradamus .... After all of his predictions failed he just changed the name of his site to divinecosmos, deleted all his old pages and changed his look by shaving off his beard and dying his hair blonde." http://www.godlikeproductions.com/fo...age1478364/pg2

    Iīm so sorry for keep hitting the same key over and over again, but itīs really time to move on. This man is a scam artist.

    He tried to completely erase his previous history and claims, but once things are on the internet, they will always remain available, thanks to websites like web.archive.org

    Heīs on the ascension business for more than 15 years.

    Regards,

    Raf.

    PS: He was also all over the Elenin fiasco, along with his pal Richard Hoagland. Itīs all recorded here at PA.
    If you are going to malign him, keep in mind that his most recent book is a very serious bit of work, that is near flawless.

    (edit) flawless in the fact that it reaches people,and is widely read and widely distributed. That it has details of things..things that people, in general, need to read.)

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    I've been asked to edit this post. So I will. And I have.

    I'm seriously tired of this.

    This thread starting... by people who are seemingly angry and seem to possess no balance, just anger and attack.
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    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)

    If you are going to malign him, keep in mind that his most recent book is a very serious bit of work, that is near flawless.

    Say what you want but don't say he's a farce, UNLESS you state that his latest book, the source field is an excellent and near landmark bit of work.

    Seriously.

    for if you do not I WILL follow you around and slam you on this at every opportunity.

    Balance yourself, sir, Or I will do it for you.

    At every embarrassing opportunity possible, if necessary.

    Simply as you are on a forum.... that is shared.
    Hey mate,

    Iīm showing data and facts.

    Iīm not inventing anything.

    I didnīt manipulate this info in any way.

    Iīm presenting the info that David himself made available.

    If you want to follow me around, feel free to do so.

    Since Iīm just a regular guy whoīs searching for the truth, youīll just waste your time, because Iīm not claiming anything extraordinary or trying to be a guru of any sort.

    Anyway, Iīll never read a book written by a man who is proved to be a liar and manipulator, who makes a living by fooling goodhearted people.

    These are not the sort of books I like to read anyway; I prefer the literature classics, mostly the Russians and Brazilian writers.

    You must be out of your mind to threaten me like you did, sir. As hard as I try, I donīt see any feasible possibility for you to interfere in my life in any way.

    Regards,

    Rafael.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    he's an entertainer, and tries to expand minds into the possibilities beyond black and white...

    fear is an adrenalin builder and as it builds it opens other gifts, a sort of awakening of senses...

    hard to sleep when your heart is pounding and you are on the edge of your chair...

    how many horror movies have you known what is coming and you are trying to psychically connect to a screen actor to warn them of danger without saying a word...

    it isn't something you need to think about, it is part of all of us...

    knowing that you are doing it, is the awakening...

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    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)
    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Hi US,

    I think itīs time for all of us to move on and make things clear about this man.

    Hereīs a cache based copy of his older website, called ascension2000.com:

    http://web.archive.org/web/199905081...nsion2000.com/

    This is what he was saying about ascension, back in 1999. Looks familiar?

    "ET's Note: Things might not look very good to you right now. Turn off the TV - you are not going crazy. Take a walk outside. The world is not going to end - it is going to begin. Relax. God is in charge. Get up out of that chair, crank up the music and let's dance our way into the Ascension. You want to be standing up when this "

    In the above website, he didnīt say a "single word about 2012, yet he stated that 2039 is going to be a big year. He also stated that Saddam was to blame for the 9/11 attacks and that he was the third antichrist predicted by Nostradamus .... After all of his predictions failed he just changed the name of his site to divinecosmos, deleted all his old pages and changed his look by shaving off his beard and dying his hair blonde." http://www.godlikeproductions.com/fo...age1478364/pg2

    Iīm so sorry for keep hitting the same key over and over again, but itīs really time to move on. This man is a scam artist.

    He tried to completely erase his previous history and claims, but once things are on the internet, they will always remain available, thanks to websites like web.archive.org

    Heīs on the ascension business for more than 15 years.

    Regards,

    Raf.

    PS: He was also all over the Elenin fiasco, along with his pal Richard Hoagland. Itīs all recorded here at PA.
    If you are going to malign him, keep in mind that his most recent book is a very serious bit of work, that is near flawless.

    Say what you want but don't say he's a farce, UNLESS you state that his latest book, the source field is an excellent and near landmark bit of work.

    Seriously.

    for if you do not I WILL follow you around and slam you on this at every opportunity.

    Balance yourself, sir, Or I will do it for you.

    At every embarrassing opportunity possible, if necessary.

    Simply as you are on a forum.... that is shared.
    That's rather a harsh approach Karmamody me ole mucker.

    peace

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    Iīm showing data and facts.
    ...
    Anyway, Iīll never read a book written by a man who is proved to be a liar and manipulator, who makes a living by fooling goodhearted people.
    I didn't read Carmody as disputing what you posted, but rather as saying that there is a balancing observation, that Wilcock's latest book is damn good.

    I too would not have read Wilcock's latest book, "The Source Field Investigations", for similar reasons as yours. But Carmody kept recommending it ... I'm now half way through .
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    Quote Posted by Paul (here)
    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Iīm showing data and facts.
    ...
    Anyway, Iīll never read a book written by a man who is proved to be a liar and manipulator, who makes a living by fooling goodhearted people.
    I didn't read Carmody as disputing what you posted, but rather as saying that there is a balancing observation, that Wilcock's latest book is damn good.

    I too would not have read Wilcock's latest book, "The Source Field Investigations", for similar reasons as yours. But Carmody kept recommending it ... I'm now half way through .
    Heard good things about this book. I know you're a bit of a technical thinker Paul, so let us know what you think of it when you've finished fella.

    Peace

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    The source field book is totally great... as for 'predictions', if we believe that timelines are not fixed but fluid and exist only in potential, how can anyone be expected to make any that are 100% accurate...

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Quote Posted by Carmody (here)

    If you are going to malign him, keep in mind that his most recent book is a very serious bit of work, that is near flawless.

    Say what you want but don't say he's a farce, UNLESS you state that his latest book, the source field is an excellent and near landmark bit of work.

    Seriously.

    for if you do not I WILL follow you around and slam you on this at every opportunity.

    Balance yourself, sir, Or I will do it for you.

    At every embarrassing opportunity possible, if necessary.

    Simply as you are on a forum.... that is shared.
    Hey mate,

    Iīm showing data and facts.

    Iīm not inventing anything.

    I didnīt manipulate this info in any way.

    Iīm presenting the info that David himself made available.

    If you want to follow me around, feel free to do so.

    Since Iīm just a regular guy whoīs searching for the truth, youīll just waste your time, because Iīm not claiming anything extraordinary or trying to be a guru of any sort.

    Anyway, Iīll never read a book written by a man who is proved to be a liar and manipulator, who makes a living by fooling goodhearted people.

    These are not the sort of books I like to read anyway; I prefer the literature classics, mostly the Russians and Brazilian writers.

    You must be out of your mind to threaten me like you did, sir. As hard as I try, I donīt see any feasible possibility for you to interfere in my life in any way.

    Regards,

    Rafael.
    That was no threat, that was a promise.
    Something to be grateful about.
    I wouldn't mind someone of Carmody's caliber looking out for me like that...

    We all can get stuck in unnecessary hostilities...

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    yet another negative thread of lets point out who was wrong again.......nothing ventured nothing gained, and yes even a stopped clock can be right twice a day but still lets not rip the man apart....... Nostradamus was often wrong, but was he really wrong or did our collective consciousness change the outcome of what he saw??

    I should add that I am not a real fan of David Wilcock, as a person I don't find him likeable....but I feel he is truly trying to do some good. We could also start a thread on how many times Drake , Bill Broabrader, Ben Fulford and many others were wrong....but how often are they right at the time of a prediction but things get changed?? and how would we know.
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    Quote Posted by ulli (here)
    That was no threat, that was a promise.
    Something to be grateful about.
    I wouldn't mind someone of Carmody's caliber looking out for me like that...

    We all can get stuck in unnecessary hostilities...
    Hey ulli,

    "for if you do not I WILL follow you around and slam you on this at every opportunity."

    slam 1 (slm)
    v. slammed, slam·ming, slams
    v.tr.
    1. To shut with force and loud noise: slammed the door.
    2. To put, throw, or otherwise forcefully move so as to produce a loud noise: slammed the book on the desk.
    3. To hit or strike with great force.
    4. Slang To criticize harshly; censure forcefully.
    v.intr.
    1. To close or swing into place with force so as to produce a loud noise.
    2. To hit something with force; crash: slammed into a truck.

    Well, despite actually loving the English language, itīs not my mother tongue, so I might be wrong, but it looks like a threat to me.

    Anyway, I donīt care. Iīm a honest man and have nothing to fear.

    Besides, Iīm not judging his book, since I havenīt read it. One can be an engineer/lawyer/serial killer/priest/plumber/scam artist/whatever and still write a terrific book.

    Iīm showing proof that the way David Wilcock presents himself to the alternative community is indeed false; nothing more than that.

    Cheers,

    Raf.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    David's book is a great piece of work! I don't get into the prediction aspect of his career. No "guru" is going to be perfect and like us, they are evolving into who they will be in the future. I'm sure many guru's have written books only years later to wish they would have known then what they know now. I think the best thing to do is take whatever piece of their work resonates with you the most, and dump the rest. I tend to focus on the science aspect of what David has presented as it's verifiable. He's brought several studies to the forefront supporting the existence of a Sourcefield, which I think are substantial. It's much easier to share the information with someone when I can give them verifiable science to back what I'm saying. The existence of Sourcefield was key for me as I've been accessing it since I was a young child, but at the time I didn't know how I was doing what I was doing because I didn't have the vocabulary or science background to validate what I all ready knew existed. I would not have been aware of these studies had he not compiled them in the manner in which he has via his latest book, so for this I'm quite grateful. I wish he got more credit for this aspect. People are human and no one is going to be perfect. The days of finding a messiah are over. The messiah lies in each individual, so you have to take the good of what every person has to offer and throw out the rest that doesn't apply.
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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    In the above website, he didnīt say a "single word about 2012
    What about this ?

    "This was definitely part of the reason why Wilcock assumed that the regular Mayan Calendar dating system was wrong. But perhaps our readers are still not satisfied that this represents a problem. We could defend the 2012 date by saying that since both Egyptian and Mayan cultures were isolated from each other, one hand didn’t know what the other was doing. Therefore, one might not assume that the Egyptians would have access to the same data as the Maya. Yet, both cultures built pyramids and mummified their dead, and seaworthy sailing ships were recently discovered to be perfectly preserved and buried in the "boat pits" surrounding the Great Pyramid. Thus, the cultural similarities, of which there are many, might very well have been no accident, but a product of Egyptians making direct contact with the Mayans by sailing overseas. Many good books have been written to solidify this conclusion.

    With the incredible precision of the Mayan Calendar and its correct measurement of the solar / precessional cycle harmonic in years, and the incredible precision of the Great Pyramid, the most enigmatic object on the face of the planet, one must seriously consider a common link. Yet, when we take the two puzzle pieces, being the timelines, and slam them together, one thing remains clear. Something is wrong; the puzzle pieces don’t seem to fit. No special attention seems to be given to the 2012 date, almost as if the denouement of events had occurred prior to that time, and the date was also overshadowed by events that occurred thereafter."

    http://web.archive.org/web/199910021...ence/9906.html


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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Predictions are only possibilities/probabilities, but events are constantly changing as well the mass consciousness continuously changes, changing the possibilities/probabilities. If the mass consciousness remained stagnant, perhaps the predictions would occur as predicted.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Quote Posted by kevlar (here)
    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    In the above website, he didnīt say a "single word about 2012
    What about this ?

    "This was definitely part of the reason why Wilcock assumed that the regular Mayan Calendar dating system was wrong. But perhaps our readers are still not satisfied that this represents a problem. We could defend the 2012 date by saying that since both Egyptian and Mayan cultures were isolated from each other, one hand didn’t know what the other was doing. Therefore, one might not assume that the Egyptians would have access to the same data as the Maya. Yet, both cultures built pyramids and mummified their dead, and seaworthy sailing ships were recently discovered to be perfectly preserved and buried in the "boat pits" surrounding the Great Pyramid. Thus, the cultural similarities, of which there are many, might very well have been no accident, but a product of Egyptians making direct contact with the Mayans by sailing overseas. Many good books have been written to solidify this conclusion.

    With the incredible precision of the Mayan Calendar and its correct measurement of the solar / precessional cycle harmonic in years, and the incredible precision of the Great Pyramid, the most enigmatic object on the face of the planet, one must seriously consider a common link. Yet, when we take the two puzzle pieces, being the timelines, and slam them together, one thing remains clear. Something is wrong; the puzzle pieces don’t seem to fit. No special attention seems to be given to the 2012 date, almost as if the denouement of events had occurred prior to that time, and the date was also overshadowed by events that occurred thereafter."

    http://web.archive.org/web/199910021...ence/9906.html


    love kevlar
    Nice find mate,

    Like I said, Iīve just collected data, in this case, from here:

    http://www.godlikeproductions.com/fo...age1478364/pg2

    "not a single word about 2012, yet he stated that 2039 is going to be a big year. He also stated that Saddam was to blame for the 9/11 attacks and that he was the third antichrist predicted by Nostradamus .... After all of his predictions failed he just changed the name of his site to divinecosmos, deleted all his old pages and changed his look by shaving off his beard and dying his hair blonde ... Anyone who doesn't agree with him is branded a 'paid government shill' by his bullying mods ... at least Giorgo from Ancient Aliens has a sense of humour, he didn't mind at all when Southpark parodied him, can you imagine the epic hissy fit that would have ensued if they had tried to parody wilcock? He has all the characteristics of a deluded cult leader, although I'm embarrased to admit I once bought into him as well < insert major palm face > ...."

    Cheers,

    Raf.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Quote Posted by RMorgan (here)
    Quote Posted by ulli (here)
    That was no threat, that was a promise.
    Something to be grateful about.
    I wouldn't mind someone of Carmody's caliber looking out for me like that...

    We all can get stuck in unnecessary hostilities...
    Hey ulli,

    "for if you do not I WILL follow you around and slam you on this at every opportunity."

    slam 1 (slm)
    v. slammed, slam·ming, slams
    v.tr.
    1. To shut with force and loud noise: slammed the door.
    2. To put, throw, or otherwise forcefully move so as to produce a loud noise: slammed the book on the desk.
    3. To hit or strike with great force.
    4. Slang To criticize harshly; censure forcefully.
    v.intr.
    1. To close or swing into place with force so as to produce a loud noise.
    2. To hit something with force; crash: slammed into a truck.

    Well, despite actually loving the English language, itīs not my mother tongue, so I might be wrong, but it looks like a threat to me.

    Anyway, I donīt care. Iīm a honest man and have nothing to fear.

    Besides, Iīm not judging his book, since I havenīt read it. One can be an engineer/lawyer/serial killer/priest/plumber/scam artist/whatever and still write a terrific book.

    Iīm showing proof that the way David Wilcock presents himself to the alternative community is indeed false; nothing more than that.

    Cheers,

    Raf.
    False is a strong word, too.
    Like "slamming" it can lend itself to be interpreted in a variety of ways.

    Until or unless you have evidence that David Wilcock is conspiring with an ill-intended elite to scam humanity with these alleged falsehoods
    and take us all deeper into delusional states you can't really be sure, can you?
    It is still possible that he is doing the only thing he can do.
    After all, he is a Pisces and always has one foot in the other dimension where hard facts are not easy to come by.

    It's just a matter of opening the mind a bit and allowing....allowing... allowing...
    No harm done.

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    Default Re: David Wilcock's False Predictions

    Ok, I bought four copies of SFI, and gave three of them away. I've read tons of his chanelled material, and the law of one, etc, etc. I also understand that by reporting dubious claims from, he has gone a long way to compromise his own polarity. His predictions based on the law of one, or his own spiritual source, must be discerned, especially according to the law of one. Dates and time do not translate so well, we want specifics when all they can see are "vortices of probability". Aside from harvest, or ascension, the lion share of his predictions and information are coming from his insider sources, so to speak, and there has been little quality information passed along with vast amounts of disinfo, IMO. His book was excellent, the information was mostly not new, but never has the info been put together, tied together, and so well publicised. I don't see any value in following him like some guru, but likewise I see no profit in bashing him at every turn. Everybody will figure out what's what for themselves, at their own pace.
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