Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Financial Tyranny Collapsing at Free-Fall Speed ... DAVID WILCOCK


You may still be clinging to the riverbank, struggling like mad not to let go.

You may still not be prepared to plunge into the wild, terrifying and invigorating "white water" ride of Disclosure.

Nonetheless, just as we have been expecting, disclosure is happening now.

If you ever wondered about what disclosure would actually look like once it started happening, this is it.

As we are now seeing, it cannot be constrained into one single, all-defining moment where "everything happens".

We do not all wake up with a single, streamlined, easy-to-understand story that everyone believes... where all of a sudden the world has changed forever.

This is a massive, systematic, and total shift in what the average person knows, thinks and believes to be true -- on the most basic level.

It is an exciting opportunity to completely "start over" with the basic nature of civilization as we know it -- and build a much happier and healthier world.


The amount of information that has been classified and hidden from us is so vast that it literally takes years of study just to understand the basics of it.

There may only be a few thousand people on earth -- if that -- who really know what the heck is going on.

The closest that most of us ever get to this world is in our imagination... as we watch various science fiction movies and TV shows that have systematically leaked -- and distorted -- the truth.

Even within the classified programs themselves, there is so much compartmentalization that very few workers with a security clearance ever get to see the Big Picture.

I have had extensive, personal access to at least four major insiders who DO see the Big Picture -- or at least a majority of it.

Each of them have worked at levels where most of the hidden information is common knowledge -- and they have access to many of the compartments.

Other insiders have revealed key facets of this astonishingly brilliant jewel.

The information is precious beyond belief -- as it has the power to utterly transform our world.



  1. Nothing...just yellow journalism...sensationalism.
    Have all a nice, perfectly normal day and night.

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