August 06, 2017

David Wilcock Update | Aug 5, 2017 | Personal Update: Why David Needed a Time-Out, and What's Next... |

Hvem er David Wilcock: David Wilcock er en professionel foredragsholder, filminstruktør og forsker af gamle civilisationer, bevidsthed videnskab, og nye paradigmer af stof og energi. Hans kommende Hollywood-film CONVERGENCE afslører bevis for, at alt liv på Jorden er forenet i et felt af bevidsthed, som påvirker vores sind på fascinerende måder. Divine Cosmos er den officielle Internet side, hvor der findes tusindvis af gratis sider af videnskabelig og spirituel information om åndelig vækst, Ascension og udviklingen af bevidsthed. David kommentere altid på hvad Benjamin Fulford udgiver, fordi meget giver mening.

By David Wilcock
After 20 years of what has felt like a non-stop emergency, David decided to take a much-needed rest, and cut the cords to all social media and public activity.
The results have been very positive. Inspiration has returned, and goals we have been working on for many years are now within reach.
This is an update for those who are interested in hearing the personal side of things before we go back to addressing the greater global concerns in the near future!
If it chaps your ass to read David talking about his personal life, and you count the number of "I's" in an article as a death sentence, then stop now!
Run, fly, be free. There is nothing for you to see here, no "New Information." LOL. Just hang on and wait for the next one, which shouldn't be long.
This website should get a huge upgrade before the end of the month and we are finally prepared to launch live streaming videos on YouTube.

The vast majority of this audience is extremely positive, supportive and encouraging. I really appreciate that, and I want to thank you for standing up for me.
It has not fallen on deaf ears. Your kind words and thoughts really do matter.
Well over 95 percent of them are extremely positive and supporting. The date of the post was August 4th, 2017.
The oddly consistent phenomena of "numerical synchronicity" -- unexpected patterns in numbers -- also happened again when I checked it before writing this.
The number of views at the moment I looked, for the first time since writing it, was exacty 29,299 -- three 9s and two 2s:

Already, just in the short time since I took this photo, it has gone up to nearly 29,500, so this was truly a brief little snapshot in time.
The frequency of appearances of these numerical patterns in my online activity goes far above any reasonable likelihood of chance.

I first began posting article-length pieces online in 1996, after gaining internet access in the fall of 1995.
By far, the most active and vibrant online community in those days for UFO-related matters was Richard C. Hoagland's Enterprise Mission forum.

Hoagland was by far the most popular guest on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell, and the listening audience was estimated to be 20 million people at the time.
I was very surprised to see so much toxic hatred and negativity being voiced against a man who had information that, if true, would rock the world to its core.
If Hoagland was right, and the obvious humanoid face and pyramid monuments on Mars were in fact artificial, then nothing could be of greater significance.

You have tangible ruins on Mars, photographed by NASA. The more you do the research, the more inescapable it is to conclude they were intelligently-built.
This opens up a huge range of questions, including why the face has a half-lion, half-human appearance, and why we then see a Sphinx next to identical-looking pyramids on Earth.

Hoagland's compelling suggestion was that we were not indigenous to Earth, but were rather survivors of a much older civilization that destroyed their planet.

I was fortunate enough to learn that NASA was hiding the truth about ETs and UFOs in the spring semester of my sophomore year of college, in 1993.
This came from a friend of mine who gained first-hand NASA insider access. I read Hoagland's book that same year, and was awed by the implications.
It triggered a research binge where I assimilated about 100 books a year for three years, which is about two books a week, every week.
I would read them cover-to-cover and was able to remember the majority of everything interesting that was contained within each one.
I was truly impressed when Graham Hancock released Fingerprints of the Gods in 1995, and summarized much of the best data I had found in those 300 books.
I bought it in hardcover almost immediately after it came out, at around 30 dollars, and felt it was worth every penny even at a wage of $5.77 per hour before taxes.

By the time I got onto the internet in 1995, I was already very well-read on the subject, and was seeing many other connections Hancock had missed.
My insights delved into areas such as advanced physics that Hancock had never covered, but Hoagland had.
I took Hoagland's geometric physics discoveries and moved the ball much further forward, ultimately leading to a public research partnership starting in 2004.
I was on fire for the truth, and knew that I had tapped into an area that deserved much wider publicity and interest than it had gained up until then.

In the pre-internet era, I had no one to tell me what to think about anything I was reading. It was up to me, and only me, to decide what was truth.
Any television documentaries on UFOs were utterly unconvincing, with sarcastic skeptics who would "balance" any information that was conveyed with doubt.
I picked up those books because the idea of not reading them was unthinkable to me. I needed it. I was starving. I could never get enough. The cost was irrelevant.
Authors had to go through rigorous vetting processes to get a book deal, and had to generate a coherent narrative that was usually at least 300 pages long, with documented references.
One of the ways I would tell if I was going to bother with any given book was to immediately flip to the back, check the bibliography and note how many pages of references there were.
Anything less than two pages of outside sources wasn't worth my time, and I would put it back on the shelf. The best books also tended to have the largest number of references.
Hancock's books were absolutely loaded with references, and it showed in the quality that he had achieved.
There were no videos or radio shows whatsoever. No articles, no websites, no blogs, no social media. Just full-length books you could buy at the bookstore or find in a library.

I had an almost religious awe of published books, and doubted if I was even worthy of getting my own book deal.
In fact, my lack of self-confidence was so high that I decided to buck the trend, as far back as 1998, and actually publish entire books for free on this site.
Almost every other person out there who was writing about UFOs, ancient civilizations and other "paranormal" subjects was using their website as a portal to generate sales.
In the fullness of time, this proved to be a very bad decision. The books rarely sold very well, and now their creative was hidden from online search engines.
I actually wrote a total of four books that ended up free on this website: The Shift of the Ages, Wanderer Awakening, The Science of Oneness and Divine Cosmos.
In the early years, I also co-authored The Law of One Study Guide, which many say is still the best way to break into a study of the Law of One series. 
I additionally released an unpublished translation of Francois Masson's The End of Our Century, for its research into cycle science, in 1999-2000.

During the time each of these books was written, beginning in 1998, I was taking on clients for intuitive readings to finance all of this free content.
Everyone was very satisfied with their results. The psychic accuracy was often so high that it was not uncommon for people to be sobbing on the phone.
The readings began in 1996, when I discovered that I could pull in complete sentences of material in a deep trance, and be consciously unaware of the content.
It takes a great deal of training and "letting go" to be comfortable with allowing yourself to speak when you have no idea if it will even lead to coherent sentences.
As soon as you try to follow, understand or analyze whatever is happening, you ruin it, and it becomes a function of your conscious mind instead of the source.
It appeared that the voice I was speaking with was that of my Higher Self -- some greater aspect of me that was also the author of my dreams.
I developed this technique by slightly modifying the protocols for remote viewing that had been published by authors such as Dr. Courtney Brown.

Remote viewers were trained by the military in classified programs, and the best ones could approach 99-percent accuracy in obtaining information.
Consciously, they would have no idea what they were looking at, but their sub- or super-conscious selves could obtain very precise data this way.
A good remote viewer could visit a remote location and generate detailed sketches of it that would later prove to be astoundingly accurate.
Once they hit the ideal state of consciousness, they could "bi-locate" and be aware of the target location while also being aware of the room they were in.

The remote-viewing protocols focused on how to screen out the conscious mind's interference from the incoming data as much as possible.
Remote-viewing protocols focused strictly on obtaining visible data about a particular 'target,' which was inevitably a physical location of some kind.
I took these basic guidelines and applied them to verbal data. Very deep trance, move fast, no analysis, no emotional reactions, no pain or bodily needs.
It was only years later that Pete Peterson, an insider who helped develop the remote viewing protocols, explained to me what I had actually done.
Pete said that in the early years, remote viewers were routinely hearing all sorts of interesting verbal data feeds and documenting the results.
It had become clear that these voices were of benevolent ETs who were trying to help our planet in their own way.
An exacting set of protocols was developed to screen out and reject almost all of this verbal data.
Without even realizing it, I had used the remote-viewing protocols to replace the very data that the government had tried to remove.

The results were significantly impressive, as I began routinely getting prophecies of the future that were stunningly accurate.
Once you have this happen more than five or ten times, there truly is no turning back. You are forced to conclude that we all have the ability to do this.
Most of us are simply not using these skills, since we have a society that rigorously tells us it is not possible, and ridicules anyone who tries.
I had a stack of tapes sitting on my desk, and was typically weeks or months behind in transcribing my dreams and readings. 
Yet my voice would invariably describe whatever had just been happening to me, or what I had been thinking, right before I sat down to type it up.

At the time I did not think of this as having any real significance, but it was not uncommon to see Nordic-looking humans in robes in my mind's eye as I obtained this data.
They also continued to appear in my dreams, as they had done throughout my entire life -- ever since I can remember at age 2.
Sometimes a given reading would alter between hearing male and female voices of what appeared to be distinct individuals of this type.
More than one of my clients or associates had in-person ET visitations, though I never did myself. 
One lady in particular had a male Nordic in a white robe appear in her room with a craft hovering outside the window.
To this very day I have never given this phase of my life the proper written treatment that it deserves, though I am about to change that.
Part of why I am writing this article is to "warm up" for a book that will be released this time next year, delving into all of this.

During the time each of these free books was written on my site, beginning in 1998, my intuitive readings paid the bills... but just barely.
My rate first started at 65 dollars a session, then 80, then 100, and finally stopped at 150 by the time it ended in 2005.
The most I could ever handle doing was four per week, three weeks a month, and that output level was not consistent.
The readings took incredible focus and energy, and any one client's session basically absorbed my entire day's resources.
It was very, very common for me to be hit with cascades of 30-dollar check-bouncing fees from the bank during this entire time.
In case you have ever been through this, you know what I am talking about: it is very expensive to be poor. I never, ever used credit cards.
Yet, even at this stage, a certain number of people online absolutely despised me for "Making Money."
They lashed out and said my rate was much too high. Yet, during this time I could barely afford food or rent.
I never raised the rate to a truly survivable level because I was so sensitive to people's feedback, and wanted it to be as affordable as possible.

Another factor that greatly complicated my life was what happened after I was guided to move to Virginia Beach, home of the Edgar Cayce readings, in 1997.
Once I got there, many top people associated with the Cayce work began noticing that I had an undeniable facial resemblance to Edgar Cayce.
I have never seen any other face that matches my own better than that of Edgar Cayce as a young man.

This was verified by portrait artists, military personnel dealing in forensics, orthodontists and a raft of top Cayce scholars and experts.
A surviving recording of Cayce's voice sounded just like my own, but with an obvious Kentucky accent.

This was the first time I was aware of that an astrological similarity of this level of significance could be added to a case of facial and character similarity.
I joined a weekly study group in Virginia Beach, hosted by a woman who had been the secretary for Cayce's son for well over 20 years.
Hugh Lynn Cayce had run the Association for Research and Enlightenment, or A.R.E., for many years, and Jean Reeder had been his secretary.
The ARE is still the official Cayce organization archiving and promoting the tens of thousands of psychic readings he produced in the early 20th century.
Jean was absolutely convinced that I was the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce, as were many others. She and I still talk via email to this day.

Dr. Ian Stevenson had already done groundbreaking research in the 1960s, demonstrating over 3000 cases of children who remembered past lives.
Each of his top 3000 cases involved forensic research, where he went back and confirmed that the children's memories were factual.
Every single authentic reincarnation case featured a stunning facial similarity between the child and who they remembered having been before.
You would think that this Cayce / Wilcock connection would be very interesting, if not groundbreaking for fans of Cayce's work -- and for many of them it was.
However, I soon discovered that people who were less open-minded about such things could be very, very negative.
My dreams and intuitive readings had demanded that I share details about the Cayce reincarnation story online, and I did from 1998 to 2005.
After that time I basically stopped talking about it, under the advice of Hoagland and others.
There is no question that my work was taken more seriously and gained more respect and public traction once I stopped discussing this connection.

For eight solid years, from 1996 to 2003, I would personally engage with every single person who wrote hateful comments against me online.
I was aware this was not healthy, since I was not showing the same level of attention to the far greater number of people who were positive and supportive.
There are many hundreds of cases where I wrote the 'haters' and politely pointed out how exaggerated, incorrect and unfair their opinions really were.
For whatever reason, in every single case except for the very last one, they were very surprised and grateful that I actually took the time to write them.
They came to understand that they were making judgments based on very little information, without having ever gotten to know me as a real person.
However, the last person I interacted with in this capacity refused to see me positively no matter how much I interacted with him.
After having built what I felt to be a friendship with this guy, he was being so cruel and unfair that it literally caused me to cry, and I told him that.
His response was to say "I will skull f- you for all eternity, ye teary-eyed egocent bitch." He was absolutely serious.
He did not sanitize the F word in his writing as I have done here.
I had never encountered a genuine psychopath before and was utterly traumatized, after the amount of time and attention I had given this guy.
This was well before the era of a widespread, public recognition of such behavior, and the name "trolling" had only just started to appear for such hatred.

Though I had eight years of proving that I could reach almost every single person who wrote hate about me online, it became mathematically impossible to do so.
I had proven to myself that these were real people, not robots, and almost all of them could get a wildly different perspective under certain circumstances.
Yet, I was spending a great deal of my time doing this, and after Skull Guy, I realized that the potential risk to my well-being was far too high to continue.
A single person like that could throw me into a profound depression for months if I gave them direct access and trust.
Nonetheless, up until I took time off in the last few months, I never really stopped being bombarded by people's hatred on a daily basis.
Since I was also treated very poorly all throughout school, and started this right after graduation, it literally feels as if I have been violently hated my entire life.

I was asked by my guides to share the early and teen years of this pattern in the first half of my new book, The Ascension Mysteries.
The second half is a full collection of all the insider data I've gathered over the years, focusing on the story of the Mars migration to Earth, starting 500,000 years ago.
The paperback version just came out, looks great, and currently costs less than 13 dollars.
The first half was not at all fun to write. I had massive panic attacks as I would get those pages down. I had to come back later to see if they were any good.

Anyone who thinks my writing of this book was "ego," and that I got off on it, has absolutely no idea what they are talking about.
I was asked to do this as a way to help you navigate through your own "shadow work" and find the hidden positives you may be overlooking.
This is the absolute, essential core of the real work we need to do in order to be ready for Ascension, which the book describes in great, prophetic detail.
The character of who I was in those early years makes it seem almost impossible that this same person could turn into who I am now -- but I absolutely did.
It definitely appears that the people who get upset by the first half -- which you can ignore if you want to -- are getting triggered by it more than they realize.
The stories I share are so personal, so in-your-face and brutally honest, that you can't help but reflect on your own growth points, and what still must be done.
Writing the book not only helped others, as evinced by nearly 700 Amazon reviews with an average of four and a half stars.
It also made me realize that there were gaping holes in my psyche, or "aura" if you will, that many individuals could still manipulate -- and did -- to this very day.

After Skull Guy, the last thing I wanted to do was throw "red meat" to the people who were so hateful.
I had absolutely no intention of writing a book about the connection between my life and that of Edgar Cayce, despite the data that was already on my site.
Even in the case of The Ascension Mysteries, I walked right up to the line where all that stuff started, and then dropped the narrative to focus on insider data.
A former client for a reading, Wynn Free, ended up needing to secretly arrange a book deal in order to tell the story of my connection to Edgar Cayce.
I had already demanded that he not do it, but he went ahead anyway. Once the deal was signed I got on board and helped improve the manuscript.
To this day, I have never made more than a few thousand dollars on all the work I did helping him put together that book. I just got a royalty check for $132.78.
Most of our advance was consumed by the publisher since Wynn kept tweaking the manuscript after our "final" editing deadlines. This definitely ruffled my feathers.
About three rounds of additional editing of the manuscript were all paid for directly out of our advance, reducing our up-front earnings to near zero.

Now, after all this time of rigorously avoiding any discussion of the Cayce connection, I am being asked, if not demanded, to revisit that part of my life once again.
Given what happens out there in today's world, I am not exactly looking forward to telling the story of doing readings and the Cayce connection, but it is fascinating.
The story is even more interesting once you realize that the ET group that wrote the Law of One also apparently contacted Cayce in a past life, and co-designed the Great Pyramid with him in Egypt.
This included the three pyramids we see, the Sphinx, a vast network of still-undisclosed underground tunnels, and a "Hall of Records" with technological artifacts beneath the Sphinx's paws.
This contact also generated a wealth of high-level spiritual material that was later "distorted to the negative" by elements of the Egyptian priesthood.
The Law of One series was Ra's main attempt, in modern times, to right the wrongs that had been done -- though the Cayce readings were clearly a part of this plan as well.
Cayce ultimately handled this lifetime very poorly and had to suffer many future incarnations "without distortions toward power" to make up for it.

My own guides consciously steered me into some incredibly painful situations as a way of working off heavy-duty past-life karma I had apparently acquired.
Much of this karma apparently came about from my having inadvertently created the original esoteric material for what later became the Illuminati.
I had a very hard time forgiving my guides for the things I went through, which included situations of extreme and prolonged abuse in my personal life.
I did ultimately learn, however, that if I am not dealing with extreme verbal abuse in person, then whatever happens online will never be that big of a deal.
Between the shame of being associated with "channeling" and the trauma of initiation I had been through, I had essentially set that part of my life aside.
Other than dreams, I made no effort to contact my guides or listen to what they had to say in any verbal sense. I did not meditate or attempt to listen.
The beings who had been working through me in the late 1990s and early 2000s eventually found another "way in" by contacting Corey Goode in person.
This began in 2014, and is still ongoing to this day. A wealth of valuable personal and global data has come in through this source. It all needs to be connected.
This story deserves a proper written treatment with my current level of skill, which I feel has definitely increased significantly over the last 20 years.

So once again, I have been asked to write a book that fits in line with what my guides are saying is the most important work I have to share.
I have a fairly good idea of what is going in there, and although it will be different than the others it should be an extremely fascinating "big picture" overview.
The bulk of the pages will all be written between now and some time next January-February, or thereabouts.
After months of wrangling over the details of the book cover, we are now about to announce Awakening in the Dream as being available for pre-orders for this time next year.
This is the cover that we have now officially agreed upon, featuring a modified version of one of Android Jones' classic artworks:

On a recent trip out to Colorado for a Gaia taping, I was amazed to re-read the "marijuana addiction" section of The Ascension Mysteries and not experience emotional charge.
The most telling moment was when I reached a page where I said that my addictive patterns had just transferred over into my work, and I had never really healed them.
I acknowledged that I was still a workaholic, and that large areas of my life had gotten very messed up from never slowing down enough to deal with them.
This was why I ultimately had to just disengage from public activity. I have been lifting weights, taking better care of my health, playing music and doing what I need to feel good.
I have dealt with all sorts of uninteresting but nonetheless very significant personal issues that have led to a major improvement in my overall quality of life.
I was neglecting all sorts of critical things by being so obsessed with my work at all times, and I have now reached a much greater balance.
Interestingly enough, I am also feeling happier and more inspired than ever before as well. I expect this is going to continue.

One of the key things I have worked on during this phase has been in figuring out how to get live video out there in real time.
Many hours a day have been spent building and learning how to use a home-based live-video streaming solution. The cost and "learning curve" is very steep.
We have set up a robust system that will include six camera angles (wide and close shots on three pro 4K cameras) as well as conference-quality slides, all live.
Some of them will be scheduled in advance. Others will just launch spontaneously, depending upon the situation.
We may host conferences through this method in the future, but the bulk of these public-interest update episodes will be entirely free.
If this works the way we hope it will, the feeling will be like a "real" television show rather than a typical single-camera-angle YouTube video with a few slides.
The streaming hardware and bandwidth we now have acquired is strong enough to do YouTube Live, Facebook Live and other outlets simultaneously... at HD quality.
Stay tuned for that, and I will be back soon with some stunning geo-political updates about the Alliance's battle for disclosure.

I went and took a shower, came back and did a brief pass for any typos, of which I only found two.
I just now got to the bottom and there it was again. The article had exactly 2000 hits at the time I viewed it.

This is very interesting, considering that the peak of the experiences I will write about in this book was right around this time.
2000 is also the year we associate with the new millennium, and which I see as a key turning point in our move towards Ascension.
There are no coincidences there!
I am burned out on public appearances for the year, and will not be there, but it is a nice group of people and you might want to check it out!