Friday, November 20, 2015


Corey Goode - About 


By Ryan Jones

(Copyright 2015, Ryan Jones - All Rights Reserved)
Corey Goode has shaken the Ufology community by making claims as a purported former Secret Space Program (SSP) operative.
When assessing a new source of information, especially when firm background information on the source is unavailable as in Mr. Goode’s case, the first order of business is a correlation analysis.
Corey Goode’s primary contact, David Wilcox, has done a good job of pointing out areas where Goode’s testimony is “in sync” with his other insider sources. But because those sources (of necessity) must remain unidentified, objective researchers must do their own correlation analysis based on whatever information is available.  In this case, the correlation base will be entirely open source video.  Even with that restriction, the results were more impressive than anticipated.

If the reader hasn’t seen or heard Corey Goode speak, below is a 45-minute interview summarizing his testimony.  When hearing the source’s own voice and reading the subtle clues of body language, every person has their own built-in “lie detector” that we use to protect ourselves from used car salesmen, politicians, and the occasional government disinformation agent.  After watching Mr. Goode’s testimony, if he is a disinformation agent (which unfortunately must be retained as a possibility), he is certainly convincing.
One of the first points of correlation I found with Mr. Goode’s account was with the interview security expert Bill Pawelec held to be released after his death in 2010.  Mr. Pawelec is the notable inventor of the CIA tracking chip, which he devised after the kidnapping of several high-value American assets such as Brigadier General James Dozier in the 1980s.
This directly pertains to Goode’s testimony with respect to the SSPs in that one of the jobs Goode claimed to have performed was working with an ET group to retrieve Earth humans taken off planet as slave labor by one of the cabals.  Goode claimed they were “tagged” somehow, which expedited their rescues.