David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, and I'm here with Corey Goode.
And in this episode, we have more of the very stunning new information coming to us from our World War II veteran insider William Tompkins.
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William Tompkins: When I was just a boy, and I was, like, seven, eight and nine years old, I used to fly a lot. Now, I didn't have an airplane. I just flew.
We were living in Santa Monica. We were living in Hollywood, and I flew a lot, mostly at night, but a couple of times in class, in school, recess, I'd just go behind the building, and I'd take a flight.
And I'd sometimes . . . I'd put my arms up, but most times I'd just go out.
And so I could fly all over Hollywood, San Fernando Valley, go down to the beach at Santa Monica, fly up to Malibu, fly all the way down to San Pedro, look at the Navy ships and the dry docks in San Pedro, and fly over LAX and come back.
I had a hard time flying over LAX. There was a lot of stuff going on, so I kept myself away from the airports as much as I could.
A few times, after I'd had fun just flying around low key – and in particular, it's more fun at night with the lights – I'd just shoot out, out into the galaxy. And I flew way above 186,000 miles a second, way, way above that.