Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Cosmic Disclosure: Boyd Bushman's Deathbed Testimonial


Cosmic Disclosure
David Wilcock and Corey Goode
Boyd Bushman's Deathbed Testimonial

David Wilcock: All right. Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock. I'm here with Corey Goode, our insider's insider. And in this episode, we have some rare footage from a now deceased insider from Lockheed Martin, none other than Boyd Bushman.

So, Corey, welcome to the show.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: All right. So here's our first excerpt of an interview that we did not shoot with Boyd Bushman, but is public domain, fair use on the Internet. And given the importance and what we talk about on this show, it's well worth watching. Let's check it out.

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MEET BOYD
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Boyd Bushman: My name is Boyd Bushman. I'm a senior scientist from Lockheed Martin. I have 27 patents.



Approximately 13 years ago, I ran across a person who had been given a job by Dr. Teller.



Dr. Teller was Oppenheimer's right-hand man.



And even after Oppenheimer was thrown out of Area 51, Dr. Teller stayed there and was in charge of several programs.

The person that I contact twice to three times per month is the head of that program now, and they continually update me on everything they possibly can. I do have a top secret clearance.

I choose, however, for their purposes, not to use it because they – the intelligent ones of me and me – actually believe that a great deal of information should be lifted up from those dark recesses of Area 51 and moved over so people can see it.

So that's what began about 13 years ago.

Since I am a scientist, I do not believe in theory. I basically, say, “Follow the data; theory be damned.” If something can't verify by a physical test that something is true, then I do not care to accept it in that [information] that I present.

Therefore, everything we present here will be data that comes directly from them, through me, to you.

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David: He's talking about the idea that Teller was working with a group of insiders and that they now want to disclose the truth. So is this something that happens fairly often in these classified programs, that people actually do want to get the information out?

Corey: Yes, it's fairly common. And whoever is doing security of these groups know that. They've done personality profiles on these people. They watch them very closely. They're watching for body language, different micro facial expressions. They're watching them very closely to know whether they need to step in.

So a lot of the times, these guys will usually have these conversations, you know, at a Sunday cookout and sit around and talk about it instead of talking about it at work.

And eventually, they end up getting found out, for the most part. It's very rare that they don't find out that they're talking about it “outside of the office”, as they say.

David: He said in there, “I have a top secret clearance, but I don't choose to use it.” What do you think he meant by that?

Corey: If you go in and work under a top security clearance, you're bound, legally, by everything you agreed to when you signed the agreement for the security clearance.

So if he's trying to work, he's trying to skirt the security clearance and any retributions that may happen legally or with his pension. So he's playing kind of a little game.

David: Now, when this interview came out, as I'm sure you remember, it lit up even the mainstream media like a wildfire. There were a lot of articles that were written about this, covering this guy.









So that, to me, suggests that he is not working as some rogue, but that what he's doing here was perhaps part of an orchestrated plan. Do you think that's true?

Corey: Well, it very well could be, because the groups that I was describing prior, the ones that don't get caught, are the ones that find like-minded people in security that turn a blind eye to the talk.

These are the types of people that really got this SSP Alliance rolling.

David: Right.

Corey: You know? That's how it got rolling.

David: What would be the objective of articles about this man and what he's going to say as we go through this episode, being released to the public?

He does seem to have the credibility. He says he works for Lockheed. We're going to see some pictures of extraterrestrials, allegedly.

What would be the ultimate endgame of promoting these videos and his testimony in front of the whole world?

Corey: Well, the Alliance anyway, and as well as the – whoever we want to name – the shadow government, they've been seeding the consciousness of humanity through movies and, you know, comic books, people giving deathbed statements like this.

So they kind of want to – in a way that they can distance themselves from or deny – deliver this information in bits and pieces to our subconscious.

David: He said that he worked for Lockheed, and he has 27 patents.

Corey: That should be easy to verify, unless they're . . .

David: That's what I'm thinking.

Corey: . . . one of the 5,700 classified patents.

David: Now, the reason why I bring this up is, can you verify that these patents might be held under national security, and therefore we might not be able to find them because they could be classified technology?

Or might there be enough things Lockheed is doing that are unclassified that at least some of those patents could be tracked down?



Corey: Yeah. A good deal of their patents are unclassified, but the most sensitive ones end up being among that 5,700 or so patents that are classified to this day.







David: So then, if someone is trying to fact-check this, they might find some patents. They might not find all 27, but it's likely that at least some of these should be able to be tracked down.

Corey: Yes.

David: Many of these insiders, such as William Tompkins, and people he's spoken to, are told that, “Oh, just calm down. You know, the things that you're working on, we're going to release it in 10 years.”

Then 10 years go by, nothing happens.

How does that influence what we're seeing now with this guy coming forward, when he's been told by the doctor that he might only have weeks to live?

Corey: Well, that is very common, telling them “a decade – it's a decade away”. That was told to a lot of people in the programs that I was in.

David: Really?

Corey: A lot of them who had a conscience wanted to know when is this information going to be given to the public? And they also wanted credit for what they've been doing. They want the public to know what they've been doing.

David: Sure.

Corey: And they were told that, “You'll be a hero someday. Everyone will know 10 years from now.” And they keep kicking the can, and a lot of these people become very disillusioned and become ripe to become members of the Alliance.

David: How is the Alliance able to contact people in this position without getting outed if there's so much surveillance? How are they able to do it?

Corey: It's usually people that are friendly within the security apparatus of these different groups. That's usually . . . If you want to start some sort of subversion, you need to first infiltrate security or police.

David: So you're saying it would then happen as a verbal conversation with, like, somebody who's allegedly a security guard?

Corey: Oh, yeah. Only mouth to mouth. You know, mouth to ear, mouth to ear.

David: Is it possible for people to send letters to each other? I heard recently, that the U.S. post offices, they might not read your letters, but they are now scanning everybody's mail and seeing who you're sending mail to.

Corey: No, it's not advised to have anything in writing. You know . . .

David: Really?

Corey: Yeah. You pass information down the chain, which can be unreliable, kind of like the telephone game. It goes through different people's filters, and then they kind of tweak it a little bit, but you don't want to have anything written.

David: When we were talking before the show about some of the validation that's now showed up recently for Boyd Bushman, it seems that it comes out of this Vault 7 leak recently that took place.

So for those who have not been actively paying attention to that, since it did seem to go by pretty fast in the media, could you explain for us what the Vault 7 story is and how it relates to Disclosure?

Corey: Yes. Vault 7 was a data dump done by WikiLeaks on the CIA.

David: And my understanding is that there's 8,700 documents in this Vault 7.

Corey: That's a very large dump.

David: Yeah. The thing that shocked me the most was when WikiLeaks came out with this and said that 99% of the stories that there are to be found in there have not yet been made public. And we had Drudge Report calling this another Snowden.

What would be the purpose of releasing information from classified CIA documents? And how does that relate to Disclosure?

Corey: They released a lot of names in this Vault 7 data dump, and a lot of these names are people that are civilians who have been tracked by the CIA.

David: So Boyd Bushman is in the Vault 7 leaks.

Corey: Yes.

David: And they were watching him and keeping him under surveillance.

Corey: This was a list of civilians who have been surveilled by the CIA.

David: If the NSA is our National Security Agency, which is really national surveillance agency, and that's what they do, why the heck does the CIA need to be doing the exact same stuff but under their own umbrella? That's not going to make sense to most people.

Corey: A lot of these organizations are not completely connected when it comes to data. They're not necessarily all pulling from the same haystack.

They'll have their own haystacks of information. And it is redundant, but these groups aren't fully . . . These groups aren't fully sharing between each other. They go through kind of a committee to share information with each other.

David: One of the things that just came out about Vault 7 was a leak from the highest levels that no one is allowed to work with each other in the CIA for more than three years because they're so worried about individual people on a team starting to form their own little factions.

Corey: Collusion, yes.

David: Do you think that's partly the Alliance and how they're trying to stop the Alliance from being able to grow?

Corey: That's how they're trying to prevent any type of coordinated effort against them.

David: Exactly. All right. Now, let's see the next very interesting piece of the interview done with Boyd Bushman, his deathbed confessional, Lockheed Martin insider. Check it out.

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