A personal take on how to digest the Trump win using alternative media

Since Gaia.com began airing Cosmic Disclosure with Corey Goode and David Wilcock, it’s been interesting to watch the hidden war between disclosure and partial/nondisclosure factions playing out in the mainstream media and politics. Personally, I’ve been reading and listening to David Wilcock long before he started his series Wisdom Teachings. In October 2011, I had a chance to see him lecture at the New Life Expo in NYC and briefly asked him a personal question about dream interpretation, which was very enlightening. In June 2012, I attended his Convergence workshop in Parsippany, NJ and had a chance to witness his high level of dedication to being in service to others.


David Wilcock is not my guru; however, I do resonate with his information and respect him for making it his life’s mission to expose greater and greater levels of the truth. Having well practiced his higher self discernment, Wilcock does an amazing job synthesizing credible insider information at risk to his own life.

Corey Goode is one of those credible insiders. Although many might scoff, laugh, or denounce his accounts as ridiculous, Goode comes across as a sincere and genuine messenger for the Blue Avians, one of five ET/ED beings assisting humanity during this “ascension” process. He says these beings are messengers of the Law of One, or as the MIC (military industrial complex) might call them “space hippies.” An important element to this message is awakening the consciousness of humanity not only to the light side, but also the dark side by confronting the atrocities of the past and present in order to heal the planet.

At Goode’s level of “truth,” the STS (service to self) groups have been like wolves in sheep’s clothing. That is to say people, such as Bill and Hillary Clinton, George Soros, and Bill Gates to name an infamous few, have been hiding behind masks of being STO (service to others) when in fact they would like nothing more than to control the masses for their own selfish ends.

Goode said the SSP (secret space program) Alliance, a proponent for full disclosure, had been excited to see the passion generated by both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump during the 2016 presidential campaign. They saw the popularity of these candidates as a sign of the crumbling control of the elites, whose tentacles of corruption were smothering the life force from all who opposed them. Now that Donald Trump has won, Goode says in his bog post Our We Navigating to Our Temporal Reality?:


Gonzales and I spoke about a few other topics that I need to keep quiet for now. I am able to mention that he confirmed that Donald Trump is indeed being backed by the Alliance. Trump is certainly not entering into this battle free from his own baggage. He has said and done a variety of things that are upsetting to people. He does not, however, represent a group that actively seeks to kill billions of people by starting World War III as soon as possible.


It has been quite astonishing to see the difference between what Trump is actually saying and how the controlled mainstream media interprets reality. This has created a great deal of confusion and frustration in people who are only now starting to see how rigged “the system” really is.

Many might ask how could this SSP Alliance support Trump, whose use of sexist language and other exhibitions of political incorrectness disgusted and angered countless people, particularly on the left side of the political arena. They are operating on intelligence which the average citizen does not see and are more aware of the hidden wars on earth and throughout space.  On the chessboard, Trump could be the opening move that triggers a series of moves against the “Draco Alliance,” a dark mix of STS factions according to Goode.

So can Trump trump the  matrix? Already the president-elect’s appointments for his cabinet have been filled with what appears to be establishment candidates, causing a level of distrust and confusion among his supporters. In this article, Trump’s Appointments – What Do They Mean?, Paul Craig Roberts goes through the list of Trump’s picks and analyzes each one. He makes these last few points worth thinking about:

The problem with beating up on an administration before it exists and has a record is that the result can be that the administration becomes deaf to all criticism. It is much better to give the new president a chance and to hold his feet to the fire on the main issues.

Trump alone among all the presidential candidates said that he saw no point in fomenting conflict with Russia. Trump alone questioned NATO’s continued existence 25 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

Trump alone said that he would work to bring middle class jobs back to America.

And Trump said that he would enforce immigration laws. Is this racism or is this a defense of citizenship? How is the US a country if there is no difference between illegal aliens and citizens?

Commentators of all stripes are making a mistake to damn in advance the only government that campaigned on peace with Russia, restoring middle class jobs, and respect for the country’s borders. We should seize on these promises and hold the Trump administration to them. We should also work to make Trump aware of the serious adverse consequences of environmental degradation.

Who is blowing these opportunities? Trump? Mnuchin? Flynn? Mattis?

Or us?

The more Trump is criticized, the easier it is for the neoconservatives to offer their support and enter the administration. To date he has not appointed one, but you can bet your life that Israel is lobbying hard for the neocons. The neocons still reign in the media, the think tanks, university departments of foreign affairs, and the foreign policy community. They are an ever present danger.

Trump’s personality means that he is likely to see more reward in being the president who reverses American decline than in using the presidency to augment his personal fortune. Therefore, there is some hope for change occuring from the top rather than originating in the streets of bloody revolution. By the time Americans reach the revolutionary stage of awareness the police state is likely to be too strong for them.

So let’s give the Trump administration a chance. We can turn on him after he sells us out.

I would add also that the neocon agenda is virtually the same as the neoliberal agenda. Two apparent opposing factions with the same goal of destabilizing nations to enrich a few, giving them even more power over people, nations, and resources.