Corey Goode is identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities. He says 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. He joined guest host Jimmy Church (email) to report on disclosure, a secret Mayan space program, and a current war waged in space.
According to Goode, a partial disclosure narrative is rolling out from the powers-that-be with the announcement of the Pentagon's mysterious UFO program. He identified a disclosure battle taking place between opposing sides. "We have elements that want to use disclosure as a way to distract us from a lot of the corruption that's going to be revealed... it's pretty significant," Goode said. He commented on the war in space and battle taking place in near-Earth orbit involving the military industrial complex and other groups trying to prevent World War 3. "We definitely have heroes in harm's way at this moment," Goode added.
He recalled the day he was pulled into a chaotic scene aboard a Mayan space vessel that he described as a stone cylinder. The Mayans had stone technological devices and were engaged in a fight against a reptilian being within a containment field, Goode revealed. The reptilian being was six-and-half feet tall, had a slightly elongated head, olive green skin with tiny scales, and all other features looked human, he remembered. "I'd never seen a being like this," he noted.
Goode disclosed details about the time he had to speak while at the Super Federation Space Station located in a temporal anomaly outside of Jupiter's orbit. He detailed the process of interfacing with the space station and letting it know he was ready to speak. "A large amount of what I said I really didn't understand," he admitted. Goode also talked about how humanity has been manipulated genetically and spiritually over eons as part of 22 different genetic programs overseen by the Super Federation. The ultimate goal is get the human race to the point of self-management, Goode announced, adding "we are graduated."
The last 90 minutes of the program was devoted to Open Lines.