David Wilcock, author of Source Field Investigations, exposes some of the greatest secrets and cover-ups of our time in this eye-opening original series. Combining esoteric philosophy, alternative science and historical fact, Wilcock offers viewers the chance to rediscover our ancient systems of physics and spirituality.
David Wilcock tells of an ancient war which destroyed two advanced civilizations and sparked the evolution of intelligent life on Earth. Eons ago, ancient civilizations thrived upon a giant earthlike planet and its watery moon. But the warlike tendencies of these peoples betrayed the advancements of their sciences and technology. In an instant, all that they had built was destroyed. But life must go on, and it did. This presentation was originally presented December 7, 2015.
The aftermath of the great war that destroyed two ancient civilizations led to the rebirth of intelligent life within our solar system.
Evidence gathered by the world’s space administrations may prove the presence of ancient civilizations.
David Wilcock brings to light the exploded planet hypothesis by examining anomalous formations upon the Martian surface. Long before civilizations on Earth arose, war devastated the denizens of our solar system. The greatest causality was the populace of a super-earth type planet which exploded into, what we now know, as the asteroid belt. Signs of this devastation can be seen strewn all about the surface of Mars. This presentation was originally webcast January 4, 2016.
David Wilcock examines comic books to see if the cabal has been using them as a means of disclosing their intentions. When scientists from the German esoteric orders made discoveries of ancient civilizations on Mars, deals made with the U.S. government prevented this information from being made public. Comic books may have been the ideal form of media to provide plausible deniability for an extended plan of disclosure. This presentation was originally webcast January 11, 2016.
Once buried in the obscurities of fiction and time David Wilcock brings comic disclosures to the light of the world. Information just now being revealed in episodes of Cosmic Disclosure was originally presented to the public via comic books during the 1950-60s. From domed cities, giant monolithic faces and vast inner earth civilizations, evidence suggests that comics were a major part of a long-term disinformation operation of controlled disclosure. This presentation was originally webcast January 18, 2016.
According to the Law of One, populations across the universe are managed and transferred in accordance with the great cycles of time. These cycles have caused catastrophic devastation to countless civilizations in which extant populations are challenged to grow and ascend or repeat the lessons of 3rd density. Thus, after the destruction of their world, the Mars migration to Earth began, and the cycle is renewed. This presentation was originally webcast January 25, 2016.
David Wilcock tells of the Mars transfer, where Martian bodies were artificially adapted to endure the conditions of a new cycle of growth and ascension. As a warlike species, the people of Mars knew precious little of the lessons from the Law of One. After the devastation of their world, they were given another chance to grow and ascend, this time upon the Earth. In order to make this transition, changes to DNA and density were needed to clear karma and open the way to a new “harvest.” This presentation was originally webcast February 1, 2016.
By breaking down the genetic and social bonds which reveal the origin of human life as we know it, David Wilcock reveals that we are the Martians. But Martians were not the only beings brought to Earth after the destruction of their worlds. What was intended to be burgeoning civilizations of peace and growth, degraded into warlike conditions. At last, interventions were made with the intention of interceding the growing conflicts. But will this on-going guidance be enough to forge a peaceful planet? This presentation was originally webcast February 8, 2016.