In this most important concluding interview of the 3-part series between Dark Journalist Daniel Liszt and Project Avalon’s Bill Ryan, they continue to untangle the web of mind control entertainment memes that are being propagated by Corey Goode and David Wilcock about the Secret Space Program.
This controversial series has drawn a lot of responses from people who support Corey Goode. It originates from Ryan’s article “The Truth About Corey Goode”, which asks legitimate questions, like: Are we looking at a psyop being perpetrated by intelligence groups to take the attention away from legitimate UFO research by replacing it with storylines that won’t hold up under scrutiny? Will celebrity whistleblowers eventually be discredited by entertainment companies that seek to profit from the confusion around the entire topic of the Secret Space Program?
Daniel Liszt opines, “The cartoonish narratives and unvetted claims of blue avian aliens selecting Goode to be a time traveling astronaut have strained even the open-minded UFO research community and the latest developments of Goode’s tale being launched as a comic book appears to sacrifice the final shred of investigative value to a case that has called into question the rationale and integrity of the New Age media production company Gaia TV.”
Myself, as someone who has been interviewing self-described survivors of Black Budget time travel experiments and trips to Mars since 1996, during the course of researching for this book, multiple levels of disinformational mind control programming are evident in the more credible interviewees (i.e., in the proponents who aren’t delusional or else straight-up disinformants).
Therefore, it is my opinion that one has to take everything that a self-described subject of such projects says with a grain of salt, as more often than not, they are spewing disinformational yarns. The foundational narrative that has spawned so many others goes back to the 1992 book, ‘The Montauk Project’ by Preston Nichols and Peter Moon. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, so I’m inclined to believe that at least some of this information is true, however, because disinformational mind control is a basic component of this topic, it becomes difficult to disentangle where the MK Ultra ends and the Secret Space Project begins.