Corey Goode and David Wilcock review Tompkins' testimony and discuss how it relates to other information in this episode of Cosmic Disclosure.
Tompkins' story begins when he was a youngster with a passion for model making. As a child, he demonstrated a keen spatial intelligence that allowed him to build incredibly accurate models simply by observing what he saw. He took an interest in Naval ships of varying types (battleships, cruisers and aircraft carriers), which he was able to sketch and model with great precision.
After producing several accurate miniatures of classified military equipment at the time, such as radar towers mounted on an aircraft carrier during the second world war, the Navy took Tompkins father in for questioning. They were concerned that he might be a spy and were befuddled as to how young Tompkins was able to render his work with such precision, often producing facsimiles that could have been classified due to their accuracy.
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