Sunday, March 04, 2018

David Wilcock Marriage Announcement: A Happy Life!


By David Wilcock

David Wilcock Marriage Announcement:
A Happy Life!

We are very pleased to announce the marriage of David and Elizabeth Wilcock for the first time on this site.

David met Elizabeth five years ago and they got together in May 2016. They decided to keep their relationship private until now.

In this article we present the full story of how they got together, a personal profile of Elizabeth, and an interesting analysis of the spiritual connections and synchronicities they share.

The wedding took place on October 14th, 2017 with about 80 family members and close friends.

The following debut interview was published with Spiritual Biz Magazine for the cover story. Kimberly Maska and Daniel Pape conducted the interview with David and Elizabeth by phone.

Elizabeth has been a very positive, strong and loving part of David’s life these last two years, and now you can read the story and see the pictures for yourself.


The first question you may be asking is “Why didn’t you guys say anything before?”

The simple answer is that we wanted to enjoy our relationship just between ourselves before making it public, since we have a very large audience.

For two years we have enjoyed trips out into the world with relatively little scrutiny. We wanted to give our love a safe and sacred space to grow.

And yes, we even carried it right through to the point of our wedding night, with a no-cameras, no smartphones, no-social-media policy for every attendee.

We were actually quite surprised that we were able to keep it all a secret despite 80 guests — but it worked!

Now we are happy and excited to share the good news with you.

We feel this interview sheds a much deeper light into our connection than you would have gotten with a shorter announcement.

This also felt like a great way to kick off our long-needed website upgrade and design improvement before delving back into other areas.

You may well find some inspiration and personal guidance from hearing our story. So here we go!


Daniel Pape: I am here with David Wilcock, and in just a few minutes I’ll be introducing a very special guest.

Before we get to that, I’d like to delve into some of David’s personal history, which up until now has been somewhat under wraps — at least in the years since he went public.

David, it’s good to have you here. I am sure our readers will appreciate what you have to share. From what I understand, you have been on an extraordinary journey for quite some time.

You’ve been mostly alone throughout this quest. No steady girlfriend, no wife, no helpmate, no soulmate. What was it like to take this profound journey primarily by yourself?

David Wilcock: I did have a few girlfriends over the years, and for whatever reason, my relationships quickly collapsed into mutual heartache and pain each time. I never felt comfortable publicizing them for this same reason.

The problems seemed to stem from the fact that I was always an extreme workaholic. For many years I would not watch television, I did not socialize, I did not want to go out to eat dinner, see a show or anything.

I was basically on the computer all day long, every day, for fourteen hours or more.

Obviously, that’s going to cause serious problems unless you have someone who is very attuned to the needs of a mission that requires that much work.

In general, having alone time doesn’t scare me. It’s not like I was miserable. The work part of my life has grown very steadily, and that was what kept me going.

Nonetheless, it was definitely sad for me to have no real sense of companionship. The personal side of my life was in a shambles, and the work became a definite escape from the depressing reality I was facing day after day.

I did have people I lived with at times, either girlfriends or housemates, but those situations invariably ended up becoming contentious. It seemed that I was always in trouble and always apologizing.

I could see that I was hurting people I cared about, but I also did not feel that I could abandon the mission either. I decided that the only way I could avoid hurting someone was to live alone.

Then I chose to give it one last chance — and the person I decided to reach out to was Elizabeth.

If it hadn’t worked with her, then that was going to be the end of it. I was planning to turn my back on relationships forever.

Living alone for the rest of my life would allow me to focus on my work without causing pain to anyone else.

Daniel: It sounds as if you made a conscious decision to be alone. And yet, clearly something changed and you ended up meeting Elizabeth. Can you tell us how that happened?

David and Elizabeth Wilcock after exchanging their wedding vows on October 14, 2017. Photos by Natalie Baidi.

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