So David Seaman “interviewed” David Wilcock….and I have a few questions.
Why didn’t David Seaman ask David Wilcock about what the deal is with Corey Goode and the “Blue Avians”? (seen pictured in a slightly better drawing than Simon Parkes “aliens”)
Does David Seaman believe in the Blue Avians?
Does David Seaman believe that Wilcock is a reincarnation of Edgar Cayce? If not, why not?
Why didn’t David Seaman ask David Wilcock why he would activate “Starseeds”. Seeing as it is, along with the Indigo Kid Program, a complete Psy Op.
This upload from Wilcock, doesn’t look like sleeper cell activation at all….
Why is that every time David Seaman either promotes or entertains a highly questionable individual, such as David Wilcock, does he accuse commenters, of being Deep State shills?
Is David Seaman working for the Rockerfellers? Curious because of his promotion of McKenna, McKennas ties to MAPS and Richard Rockerfellers contribution to the MAPS program. His latest promotion of Wilcock and Wilcocks ties to Fulford.
” Arguably no one is more instrumental in the campaign to make psychedelics commonplace than Mr. Doblin. Since 1986, when he founded the nonprofit MAPS organization, he has raised more than $40 million from sources like Dr. Richard Rockefeller, Dr. Bronner’s Soap and the Libra Foundation, funded by the Pritzker family. Mr. Doblin decided to focus about 90 percent of MAPS’s resources on MDMA, which he argues is not freighted with the same history as LSD, a symbol of antiwar protests and anti-government hippies. It is also “less psychologically challenging,” he said, referring to the effects it has on one’s thought process, though some clinicians might argue otherwise.”
” Other figures long associated with the psychedelic movement have also turned to science. Amanda Feilding, also known as the Countess of Wemyss and March, is a member of the movement’s old guard, having discovered LSD in England in the 1960s.”
If David Seaman has any questions about the above, he can refer to David Wilcocks statement below with regards to discernment…and intuition.
” And here’s another point. We are presented with so much information in our lives, how can we know what to believe? In discerning the truth of something, we have at least three tools at our disposal:
Personal Validation. If I should tell you that there is a sale going on at the supermarket and you go there and buy some groceries at a discounted cost, you will have personally validated my story.
Credibility of the source. How reliable has the source been in providing dependable data in the past?
Intuitive recognition. Sometimes things just feel right. Something rings true. Later on, one may have a personal experience that validates the initial intuitive recognition, which had originally been accepted on faith.
of course, the “intuition” of Seaman and Wilcock is FAR more valid than yours or mine.
Edited to add – David Seaman expressed in an upload today, that people can choose to ignore the information shared by Wilcock and continue to live in fantasy land. The Blue Avians concur with, and endorse David Seamans statement