David Wilcock Claims an Evil "Cabal" of Aliens and Democrats Are Trying to Stop Trump from Defeating Evil, Revealing Truth about Atlantis
It’s been a couple of weeks since we last had Atlantis news—back when National Geographic turned the lost continent into a proto-Jewish paradise—so we are about due for more Atlantis claims. This week we have two of them. The first, and less bonkers of them, comes to us via Ancient Origins, where Phil Flambas tells us that he believes that Atlantis was located in the Caribbean, in the parts of the sea floor that were above water during the last Ice Age. We’ve heard this claim before, and there is really nothing new to it except that Flambas wants us to believe that he reached his conclusion by taking Plato literally. “I have spent six years researching all of Plato’s descriptions in the Timaeus and Critias as being true and precise.” That’s great, but Plato said that Atlantis had elephants in it, and the Caribbean, so far as I know, has no evidence of elephants, or even mammoths and mastodons, in it. I assume he would argue that we simply haven’t found them yet, or that Atlantis extended into the mammoths’ Mexican range, but it would be helpful for there to be some sort of evidence for a lost city in the area c. 9600 BCE.
Flambas’s argument, though, is practically scientific compared to the bizarre cash grab that David Wilcock made this week and the Conscious Life Expo. On February 13, Wilcock presented a live event in which he detailed alleged evidence that the Atlantis was located in Antarctica, a claim that he says in a blog post this week that a benevolent conspiracy called the Alliance plans to reveal to the public soon. “We have been given an ‘assignment’ from certain Alliance factions to reveal as many details of this planned disclosure event in advance as possible,” he wrote in advanced of the event.
Wilcock’s cosmic vision is Manichean, and it bears a very close resemblance to August Derleth’s revision of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. The “Alliance” are the “good” alien conspirators and their human allies, the equivalent of the Elder Gods in Derleth’s Mythos. They battle a “Cabal” of evil alien and human conspirators, the equivalent of Derleth’s Old Ones.
Wilcock charged $144 for streaming access to three on-stage Antarctica speeches, and he also offered an optional $267 ticket for “premium” access. Nothing says that Wilcock is working hard to change the world and benefit all humanity like charging $267 to hear evidence that the rest of us will supposedly hear anyway in a few days.
According to posts on Wilcock’s Facebook page, the Expo’s servers crashed due to the volume of viewers attempting to access the site during Wilcock’s speech.
Wilcock said that “I understand not everyone can afford to participate,” so he promised to provide some additional free content after working on a few more money-making cash-grabs, including the Expo, his Gaia TV subscription streaming program, and Ancient Aliens tapings.
On his webpage, Wilcock outlined very briefly some of what he planned to discuss in his speech and PowerPoint-style slideshow. “In this stunning talk we will trace the half-million-year history of the Pre-Adamites, see pictures of their ruins in our solar system, and learn how they crashed to Earth as the ‘Fallen Angels.’” I’m sure you see the close connection between this claim and the cosmic history offered by Theosophy, which similarly spoke of ancient entities from other worlds, vast cosmic timelines, and how the fallen angels were really remnants of lost pre-Adamite races. It’s Blavatsky warmed over.
It’s the same material he has been spewing for a few months now about how the lost stone city of the Elder Things is being excavated by a coalition of world governments as part of a plot tied to the Nephilim and space aliens. I discussed this before, and it is no surprise that Wilcock continues to double down on his phony claims, even when they are demonstrably false. For example, he once alleged that Newt Gingrich traveled to the city on behalf of the Trump Administration. As a public figure, his whereabouts are known, and Antarctica was not on the agenda during the period in question. He makes much of then-Secretary of State John Kerry’s trip to Antarctica, which he wrongly said occurred on Election Day, and he neglects to note that Kerry was in public view and never near an ancient lost city.
In his comments on his blog, Wilcock returned to his claim that the Pizzagate conspiracy is real, that Democratic politicians are in league with the Illuminati, Nephilim, and evil space aliens, and that Donald Trump is an agent of the good angels/aliens (though he is backing away from the angel claim now) in the quest to destroy the evil Democratic demons:
There are hundreds of indications that the Alliance military faction is directly working with Trump. We were leaking this intel through[h]out all of 2016. […] One of the giveaways that the Cabal is in serious trouble is that the mainstream media has shed all pretenses of journalistic objectivity, and descended into stunningly blatant bias against the new administration. Never before have we seen such universally one-sided coverage. It is very obvious that the media is trying to anger the public directly into a Civil War level of unrest. I doubt it will actually work, but the plan is obvious.
He then argues that the liberal / demon / alien Cabal are “sore losers” who are creating mass disaster events to get back at Trump for seizing their secret underground bases. He alleged that the potential failure of the Oroville Dam in California was instigated by the Cabal to damage Trump and the Alliance.
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