Corey Goode

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Biography:

Identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities, Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87. Towards the end of his time as a MILAB he was assigned to an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a "human-type" ET Super Federation Council. MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs. Goode’s IE abilities played an important role in communicating with non-terrestrial beings as part of one of the Secret Space Programs (SSP) During his 20 year service he had a variety of experiences and assignments including the Intruder Intercept Interrogation Program.

Goode now works in the information technology and communications industry with 20 years experience in hardware and software virtualization, physical and IT security, counter electronic surveillance, risk assessment, and executive protection, and served in the Texas Army State Guard (2007-2012), C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computation & Intelligence). The time in the Texas Military Forces was unrelated to the SSP. He also continues his IE work now and is in direct physical contact with the Blue Avians (of the Sphere Being Alliance) who have chosen him as a delegate to interface with multiple ET Federations and Councils on their behalf.

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Past shows:

Disclosure, Secret Space Program & War in Space

Corey Goode reported on disclosure, a secret Mayan space program, and war waged in space. Open Lines followed. More »

ET Contacts & Antarctica

Intuitive empath Corey Goode discusses his ET contact/briefings, disclosure, and an ancient alien civilization in Antarctica. More »

Current Events & Cover-Ups/ Secret Space Program

In the first half, commentator and talk show host Michael Rivero, who monitors a variety of controversial topics, spoke about current events, cover-ups, and political skullduggery. In the latter half, pioneer in the development of 'Exopolitics,' Michael Salla (book link)... More »

Last Night

Director Adam Wingard discussed his "Godzilla vs. Kong" film as well as recounted his own creepy paranormal stories. Followed by Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak of the "We Hate Movies" podcast, who shared their comedic and irreverent take on (bad) cinema.

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