Things are getting ugly out there. At the recently-held Contact in the Desert event in Joshua Tree, Corey Goode and his promoter, Richard Ramsaur put up huge signs, claiming that Linda Moulton Howe would be involved in their upcoming book project.
She knew nothing of this and has demanded an explanation from them.
Why would these people do this? It kind of looks like Goode has been set up to be discredited by the very man who launched his unlikely transformation from a Citrix Systems Engineer into an Empath within an interdimensional Secret Space Program.
The planned book was/is to be part of this 3-year marketing campaign to release video games and other content, based on Goode’s unproven and likely spurious claims, all the while co-opting young people (dubbed “Corey’s Kids”) to help sell this space fantasy IP to the next generation. Attendees of UFO conferences tend to be Boomers or older and Ramsaur is clearly aiming to expand his business into a younger market base.
Daniel Liszt points out that the Blue Avian illustration has its right hand up, making the exact same gesture as the occult goat/hermaphroditic deity, Baphomet.