Intuitive researcher and filmmaker David Wilcock talked about his vision for humanity, changes occurring around 2012, and his concept of the 'source field.' This field represents the source for space, the flow of time, physical matter at the quantum level, as well as for consciousness, he said. We're actually moving into a new energy zone in the galaxy that elevates consciousness and makes us more loving people, he said, noting that studies have shown that the violent crime rate has gone down.
Wilcock suggested that we're headed into 'end times'--not in the sense of the world ending, but rather that time as we know it will end, or change its flow. He reached this conclusion from studying Zoroastrian scripture, which reportedly goes back to the time of Atlantis, and first proposed that time will end. And now, current physics models indicate we can change the rate of time with our own consciousness, he continued, adding that when there's a solar burst of energy, it slightly changes the flow of time. "I believe what's happening to us is that this energetic acceleration we're going through is making abilities that used to be in the hands of masters like Jesus, available to everyone," he said.
There is covert technology that can slow time down or speed it up, and it involves creating a rotational wave in the gravity field, as gravity is what powers time, he explained. Regarding 2012 prophecies, while there may be some natural cataclysms, he believes we're heading into a golden age, and that there's a lot more to being human than the levels we've reached on this planet. According to ET and ancient sources, "human beings apparently go through sudden energetic springboards that radically transform human evolution into some sort of light being," and this may be accomplished via shifts in the way that time runs, he said.
Budd Hopkins Tribute
The first hour featured a memorial tribute to renowned ufologist and alien abduction researcher Budd Hopkins, who passed away on Sunday. In order of appearance were David Jacobs, Stanton Friedman, Yvonne Smith, Whitley Strieber, Dr. Roger Leir, and Paola Harris. Several of the speakers noted that Hopkins coined the phrase "missing time" and was the first to report on the phenomenon. He showed a great deal of courage in presenting alien abduction material to the public, and fortitude in dealing with numerous abductees. He also served to educate therapists in the correct protocols for hypnotic regressions.