And in this episode, we have more of the very stunning new information coming to us from our World War II veteran insider William Tompkins.
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William Tompkins: When I was just a boy, and I was, like, seven, eight and nine years old, I used to fly a lot. Now, I didn’t have an airplane. I just flew.
We were living in Santa Monica. We were living in Hollywood, and I flew a lot, mostly at night, but a couple of times in class, in school, recess, I’d just go behind the building, and I’d take a flight.
And I’d sometimes . . . I’d put my arms up, but most times I’d just go out.
And so I could fly all over Hollywood, San Fernando Valley, go down to the beach at Santa Monica, fly up to Malibu, fly all the way down to San Pedro, look at the Navy ships and the dry docks in San Pedro, and fly over LAX and come back.
I had a hard time flying over LAX. There was a lot of stuff going on, so I kept myself away from the airports as much as I could.
A few times, after I’d had fun just flying around low key – and in particular, it’s more fun at night with the lights – I’d just shoot out, out into the galaxy. And I flew way above 186,000 miles a second, way, way above that.
And it took everybody a long time to figure out that even the Germans could fly faster than that, and certainly the extraterrestrials could, okay? But what I am saying I do, is I fly out there.
And one time I flew into . . . it the admiral’s command ship of a Reptilian space navy. I flew right into his office. I could see, hear and smell everything that they were saying.
To me, it came to me in English, just like when I flew one time over Russia. Admiral Sergey Gorshkov had been building a whole series of futuristic ships that don’t even look like they’re from the planet because they were built with stealth.
I flew over the base, Vladivostok base, and I actually flew around the base. I went down, looked into the edge of the construction facilities, came back up high, flew into Sergey Gorshkov’s office, and I could see, hear and smell the coffee in his office.
And his language . . . which language? English. All of them were talking English. Okay?
I actually got into a research group in the Navy where I was an adviser to this psychic type of whatever that I’m doing here.
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David: So that’s some pretty interesting stuff there. We’re hearing that he has been able to do this ever since he was seven or eight years old.
And Corey, one of the things that jumped out at me, I was five years old when I had an out-of-body experience. I woke up floating over my body, and it was the event that got me to study ESP.
So I started to do psychic experiments by the time I was seven years old. I wanted to get another chance. I was only able to do it once when I was a kid.
Corey: Yeah, I thought it was commonplace. I thought everyone could do it. I was doing it . . .
David: This was something that happened to you often?
David: From what age?
Corey: The age of four and five years old it was spontaneously happening, and then I was able to control it through my youth.
We’d be on long car drives. I’d be bored, and instead of asking, “Are we there yet?”, I would just project myself outside of the car, and I would float and fly above the signs as we passed, above the overpasses.
And I thought it was something everyone could do.
David: Is there something about extraterrestrial lineage in the soul that makes it more likely that people will be able to do this?
Corey: Well, let’s say that, in a previous life, you were a more advanced extraterrestrial. You had advanced consciousness abilities, and you agreed to be incarnated here on Earth as a human.
We still have that same oversoul that has the same knowledge. So that knowledge has to slowly trickle into this conscious being that we agreed to become.
David: Is there any reason to believe that if a person goes through excessive trauma, that that trauma might propel them to be able to develop astral projection?
Corey: Yes. That’s actually a technique that is used in the programs. They will cause people to astrally project by inflicting extreme trauma upon them.
David: How does that end up working? Why do you project out of your body then?
Corey: That is a . . . It’s an escape or a protection mechanism that our psyche has. It’s a disassociative ability that our psyche, and we have spiritually, to disassociate and divorce ourself from what is occurring.
And once they program a person through trauma to be able to project out of their body, then they start training them how to do it for operations.
David: And what would be an example of an astral projection?
Corey: Very similar to remote viewing. It’s going to be going to gather intelligence at a remote location.
David: Well, it seems that this is a very ancient technique, isn’t it? I mean, this is something that mystery schools have talked about for a long time.
Corey: Right, it’s a heavily suppressed ability that all humans have.
David: One of the things that, maybe, our viewers are not aware of, there is one particular secret society called BOTA, or Builders of the Adytum, and the Adytum, believe it or not, is a room that has an altar with a sacred book inside with sacred knowledge.