Annunaki creation story a cabal plant? Jun 10, 2021 9:54:30 GMT -8
Post by andromedan on Jun 10, 2021 9:54:30 GMT -8
I was watching Season 3 of Cosmic Disclosure, which came out some time ago. But hey, it's new to me! For those unaware of it, it's David Wilcock interviewing Secret Space Program insiders, namely Corey Goode, about all the shit that's been hidden from us.
Anyhoo, they were talking about Inner Earth and the civilizations there. Corey said he connected with a priestess of one of the civilizations who then took him to tour where they lived in inner Earth. She and her people claim to have been around on Earth for millions of years and Corey had described where they lived as the most incredible place he's ever been (and he claims to have been on off-world bases, spaceships and the like). She took him to the library and they talked about a lot of things, one of which was the Zechariah Sitchin translations of the Sumerian cuneiform tablets, and how they were bullshit. She mentioned that Sitchin was basically told by three people from the cabal what to write which was part of a disinformation campaign meant to mess up the esoteric studies. David Wilcock who's all about the law of one had two things to say with regard to that:
- His college roommate was from Spain and happened to know Sitchin personally through his family or something, and he had told Wilcock that Sitchin confided in him or his dad or something that he was put up to the work he did
- At a later time, Wilcock said he happened to get in an elevator alone (by chance) with Sitchin (before he died) at an event and Sitchin heavily shied away from him, suggesting he knew exactly who Wilcock was and didn't want to talk to him.
Corey said after that, he did a whole bunch of his own research and confirmed that the story told to him by the Priestess was true. She and he described the Sitchin information as basically the injection of the cabal religion into the esoteric teaching, again, to pervert the actual meaning of the tablets (think Catholicism). Goode said the Priestess said that the tablets are great historical records when translated correctly but that they don't really prescribe a religion or dogma or anything like that, just more like historical record.
This was all really interesting to me cause I was buying into the Annunaki creation story. I just looked at sitchiniswrong.com/ too and there's something there. Anyway, take it for what it's worth.