Beyond the Ice Wall Part V

Any attempts to distil the realm beyond the Ice Wall is going to be hit and miss, short of a filmed travelogue starring Michael Palin, and Q & As so far have inevitably fallen prey to assumptions based on the morsels of verification yielded by “Yes” and “No” responses. I encountered the William Morris (father) and Helen Morris (daughter) accounts of their experiences in the lands beyond a couple of years back but admittedly didn’t pay them sufficient credit, in part because they’re quite elaborate (Helen’s especially, in terms of the range of places, peoples and events) but mostly because

A Patchwork History of the World: Part I

The truth about the historic record has, of late, been the inception point for many to the alternative sphere. One need only peruse the Stolen History forum to see that pretty much anything and everything is up for debate and interrogation. Obviously, the bigger picture of how we relate to the Universe, what that Universe is and what, for that matter, the Earth is, are intrinsically related to that record, but simply parsing recent fabrications, let along those of hundreds or thousands of years ago, makes for a potentially overwhelming task. Much of the focus for the Q & As

Dark Forces: More on Draco, Anunnaki and AI

A further foray into the Dark Forces furnace. This is largely a collation of questions and answers accumulated since early Q & As – Beyond the Ice Wall: The Races, Draco and Draco II – and includes information from the Corey Goode post and also ETs Part I as it relates to Captain Mark Richards’ asseverations on various subjects (Richards’ testimony comes back with a 45 percent accuracy rating). While there are a several references to Greys here, they haven’t generally been the main focus of the Dark Forces subject (they mostly seem to constitute a concomitant factor rather than

The Crazy World of Corey Goode

Because everything he says IS crazy, right? Blue Avians, 20 and Back, Sphere Being Alliance, Moon colonies, Mars colonies, Inner Earth civilisations, the works. And if it isn’t craziness on his part, the only remaining option must be that, seemingly by his own admittance, it’s all express fabrication; Corey Goode’s a charlatan out to hoodwink the super gullible for personal gain.  Or is he (crazy/conman)? I followed Corey’s story initially when consummate self-evangeliser David Wilcock climbed aboard his space raft and graced him with the gift of the Wilcock seal of approval. Obviously, it didn’t seem quite right that the