David Wilcock and Corey Goode
DW: Hello. Welcome to „Cosmic Disclosure.” I’m your host,David Wilcock. And in this episode, where I’m here with Corey Goode, our insider’s insider from the space program, we are going to be talking about the science of time even further. And I want to start to dialog with him a little bit about some of the things that I’ve studied in this very fascinating subject. Because when we start to get into the real world data, things get very interesting. So, Corey, welcome to the show.
CG: Thank you.
DW: Let’s kick this off by bringing in a data point from a book by a Chinese guy named Paul Dong called „China’s Super Psychics.” And in this book, he describes working with the Chinese government, where they find these children who have advanced psychic capabilities. One of the experiments that is documented in this book is a human being who had the ability to teleport a small object. And the object would appear to fade out of existence in one location. And it would fade in in another location. So what the Chinese wanted to do was to figure out, OK, what’s really going on here? And how does this work? So apparently they put a beeper on the device. And the beeper was set to beep in a certain time sequence at a certain rhythm. What they found was that as the object starts to fade out of existence, the beeps became slower and slower. As if time itself was changing in speed. And then it was just as slow when it shows up on the other side. And then it would speed back up to its normal rate. So is it possible for us to be able to affect time and space as a singularity like that?
CG: Well, we can affect time and space and matter with our consciousness, which is exactly what that person was doing.
CG: And time and space– we’d call it space/time, time/space for a reason. So, yeah. That experiment showed how intertwined and related the two are, in my opinion.
DW: Now in Einstein’s basic physics model, he does allow for time to shift. But it only can be done within an area that you’re accelerating towards the speed of light, like a craft, let’s say. We know that in the 1970s, they took molecular clocks and flew them in airplanes. And that they confirmed this Einstein relativistic drag is true.
CG: The atomic clocks?
DW: The real gems here seem to be that time is locally variable. That you can actually accelerate or decelerate the rate of time in a small area. Now the conventional physicists who are watching the show, the skeptics, are going to say, oh, that’s impossible. So is this part of the physics that we’re going to have to change?
CG: Definitely. And I know that you’re probably familiar with this. But a person doing a certain experiment has an idea of how that experiment should go. And the power of their– the co-creative ability and power of their consciousness causes an outcome of that experiment.
DW: Right. Absolutely.
CG: Well, if you changed it up a little bit– time, matter, space are all related. And our consciousness can make changes to matter, to time, and to space. Just as we were talking about how some people, or beings, have been able to change their teleport, change their location, with consciousness– changing the vibration of their body to match another vibration of another location– you can also affect time. And as we’re learning more and more about how this universe and reality is a hologram, we’re learning– when you really learn it and believe it– just like in „The Matrix,” „there is no spoon”– then that takes away a lot of restrictions from your consciousness. And there’s a lot more you can do with bending time and space and reality.
DW: Why do you think these guys in the Philadelphia experiment allegedly got embedded into the hull of the ship? What was going on there?