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One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock

 
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One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
To date I've read quite a bit in my life. By estimate approximately 3500 nonfiction books and I am 37 years old. This does not include periodicals or Internet crap.

All the shills on GLP who actively attack Wilcock inspired me to check out the guy's book, The Source Field.

I just wanted to say that this book was pretty good. Filled with historic examples of usually unknown events in psychology and physics. David Wilcock makes no claims. He summarizes pre-existing physics and science that has all been previously documented. IMO, the Source Field is very real and explains a good lot of things occuring in reality.

For the record, David Wilcock has been attacked and threatened from day one. Long before he was known by the average kid and certainly before he became a household name and celebrity with his regular TV appearances. The moment he began studying and documenting this one topic, The Source Field, he came under threat by various hidden factions. He was not the only one. Many on his team were also threatened. He works with a panel of University Professors. Wilcock is not a crackpot.

Sure he is quirky. But so are many brilliant people. To have a solid grasp of reality, you MUST have one foot in the other world.

One particularly interesting event outlined in his book were some older psychology experiments done where a doctor hypnotized another doctor and asked him to describe an object that his own daughter was holding behind her back. The hypnotized doctor didn't hesitate to describe the clock she was holding and even told the time it indicated. These experiments were video taped and vetted under stringent scientific method. Just one example of what you'll find in this very entertaining book.

David Wilcock does a very good job of taking the big picture of our strange reality and putting it into a clean and entertaining summary of just a few hundred pages. He covers A to Z, everything that mainstream "science" is too cowardly to approach. He blows the doors off of scientific censorship.

Regardless of how you've been influenced by the shills on this website, give his book a try. It is a great read and he provides a wealth of links that will take your own research in directions you may have never considered.

The Source Field is the type of book that when you set it down at the end you'll say WOW! And it will leave your mind reeling in a flurry of activity.
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I am Ra.

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Got the book. Love it.
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It's an excellent read! I'm almost finished with the book.
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I am Ra.

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No, no, no...

Try again AC....this time...with FEELING...

Let me show you how it's done.

*clears cyber-throat*

"I....

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RAAaa..."




And there you have it. thumbs


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This con artist has a lot of followers. Now he's a millionaire.

One of my friends is a follower, but we're no longer friends since I told him what I thought about the man.
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(OP) No but seriously.... Did David pay you to say that? or are you just quite satisfied by substandard metaphisica?

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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
He says some good shit on Ancient Aliens. But most hate him since he promised ascension on 21/12/12 and it didn't happen.
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This con artist has a lot of followers. Now he's a millionaire.

One of my friends is a follower, but we're no longer friends since I told him what I thought about the man.
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Only an idiot would follow anyone. It's just a book. And not a bad one at that.
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(OP) No but seriously.... Did David pay you to say that? or are you just quite satisfied by substandard metaphisica?
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Nope. Just tired of the obsessive compulsive stalking of the dude every single day. For whatever reason. If the guy is a queer or his predictions are wrong, so what. But when you have CONSTANT daily attacks, that signifies an obvious agenda. I don't like agendas. Say your piece, then let it be.

His book is not that bad. The dude is no diff than any MSM talking head but I don't see constant shill attacks against them. Except maybe no name.
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
I've never liked the mainstream guys to actually learn from.
I mean they just aren't ascended enough, to use the gay terms.
learning about this stuff should be from people who are actually 'there'. The thing is, is that David is SO FAR from 'there' it's not funny. Yet people think he's a teacher, teaching shit that will help them get from spiritual A to B.

I mean I suppose that there is an element of natural selection going on... in that people will see as 'there' where they quantumly 'are'.

People, I think, recognise that he's not really 'there' - even his channelling is shite... and they're having fun with it. We ARE the tabloids, really. It comes with fame and it gives him publicity. Any publicity is good publicity they say.
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
To date I've read quite a bit in my life. By estimate approximately 3500 nonfiction books and I am 37 years old. This does not include periodicals or Internet crap.

All the shills on GLP who actively attack Wilcock inspired me to check out the guy's book, The Source Field.

I just wanted to say that this book was pretty good. Filled with historic examples of usually unknown events in psychology and physics. David Wilcock makes no claims. He summarizes pre-existing physics and science that has all been previously documented. IMO, the Source Field is very real and explains a good lot of things occuring in reality.

For the record, David Wilcock has been attacked and threatened from day one. Long before he was known by the average kid and certainly before he became a household name and celebrity with his regular TV appearances. The moment he began studying and documenting this one topic, The Source Field, he came under threat by various hidden factions. He was not the only one. Many on his team were also threatened. He works with a panel of University Professors. Wilcock is not a crackpot.

Sure he is quirky. But so are many brilliant people. To have a solid grasp of reality, you MUST have one foot in the other world.

One particularly interesting event outlined in his book were some older psychology experiments done where a doctor hypnotized another doctor and asked him to describe an object that his own daughter was holding behind her back. The hypnotized doctor didn't hesitate to describe the clock she was holding and even told the time it indicated. These experiments were video taped and vetted under stringent scientific method. Just one example of what you'll find in this very entertaining book.

David Wilcock does a very good job of taking the big picture of our strange reality and putting it into a clean and entertaining summary of just a few hundred pages. He covers A to Z, everything that mainstream "science" is too cowardly to approach. He blows the doors off of scientific censorship.

Regardless of how you've been influenced by the shills on this website, give his book a try. It is a great read and he provides a wealth of links that will take your own research in directions you may have never considered.

The Source Field is the type of book that when you set it down at the end you'll say WOW! And it will leave your mind reeling in a flurry of activity.
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thanks shill
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He says some good shit on Ancient Aliens. But most hate him since he promised ascension on 21/12/12 and it didn't happen.
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... along with many other claims and predictions that didn't happen or are patently absurd
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If that is one of the best books you have read, I am curious about what books you have read.

I could name hundreds of classic novels that would way exceed his book.

I think it would benefit you to broaden your horizons.
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What David Limpdick doesn't tell people is that he plagiarizes (Greg Braden etc etc). Know what that means? It means no originality, no imagination and a thief of other peoples ideas without giving them their due recognition. And when he does plagiarize he has the depth of a mud puddle (and just as clear as well).. sad..
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Everyone stand up, close your eyes, repeat brooooooom hahaha ouuuum haha.
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People that channel are under direct demonic control. David is working for Satan whether he realizes it or not. He has lied to all his fans and said Jesus Chrrist was just one of many Ascended masters!


So if you want to lick Satans boots then by all means keep buying his books and worshipping this blasphemer


I hope David wakes up about God and Jesus and repairs all the damage he has done by lying about God. If he does not he burns in hell because you are either on Gods side and teach the Bible or you are on Satans side and channel and tell lies about God and Jesus.

I hope you wake up too op as you are under Satans spell by worshipping a blasphemer instead of reading your bible.
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"I... AM... Ra"

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If that is one of the best books you have read, I am curious about what books you have read.

I could name hundreds of classic novels that would way exceed his book.

I think it would benefit you to broaden your horizons.
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Just countering the shills there hoss.

My horizons are on a galactic scale. Read all the classics during childhood.
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So let me get this straight, David Wilcock claimed we would all "Ascend" in the year 2000, then claimed Aliens would greet Obama on live TV in 2009, and in 2012 he claimed that there would be "mass arrests" of the elites and to top it all off, he again predicted we would all "Ascend" at the end of 2012

Has any of this ever come true? NO!

David Wilcock can deservedly be called an outright fraud and charlatan.
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People that channel are under direct demonic control. David is working for Satan whether he realizes it or not. He has lied to all his fans and said Jesus Chrrist was just one of many Ascended masters!


So if you want to lick Satans boots then by all means keep buying his books and worshipping this blasphemer


I hope David wakes up about God and Jesus and repairs all the damage he has done by lying about God. If he does not he burns in hell because you are either on Gods side and teach the Bible or you are on Satans side and channel and tell lies about God and Jesus.

I hope you wake up too op as you are under Satans spell by worshipping a blasphemer instead of reading your bible.
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you make me sad, yes jesus christ was one of the ascended masters, that's why khazars(zionist,satan worshiper) did not like him and so they crucified him. the real god is the source field david writes about, bible is astrotheology...
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
I agree its one of the most informative books I've ever read and everyone should read it.

And whenever you see a campaign to ridicule another, like he endures, you have to realize, those are shills, and wherever there is smoke there's fire. Ever since he came out with this book, the smoke has been intense.
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
I agree its one of the most informative books I've ever read and everyone should read it.

And whenever you see a campaign to ridicule another, like he endures, you have to realize, those are shills, and wherever there is smoke there's fire. Ever since he came out with this book, the smoke has been intense.
 Quoting: Sungaze_At_Dawn


There's plenty of legitimate criticism posted on the web regarding this guy.


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(OP) No but seriously.... Did David pay you to say that? or are you just quite satisfied by substandard metaphisica?
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Nope. Just tired of the obsessive compulsive stalking of the dude every single day. For whatever reason. If the guy is a queer or his predictions are wrong, so what. But when you have CONSTANT daily attacks, that signifies an obvious agenda. I don't like agendas. Say your piece, then let it be.

His book is not that bad. The dude is no diff than any MSM talking head but I don't see constant shill attacks against them. Except maybe no name.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 4410524


David, shut up and listen. You're a fuckin fraud and everyone knows it. What happened to your magical 5th dimensional ninjas who were gonna arrest "the cabal"? What happened with "Drake" and his cavalry that were going to overthrow the government on the 4th of July?

What happened to all your amazing "predictions" and "insider knowledge"? I guess since it was clear to most folks that it was all bullshit, its better for you to move on and try to make people forget about your "groundbreaking" claims you made last summer. "There's a sucker born every minute" Isn't there, David?

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still waiting for him to announce his 2012 I-Told-Ya-So Party...

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still waiting for him to announce his 2012 I-Told-Ya-So Party...

verysad
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or "imminent" disclosure from 3 years ago
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still waiting for him to announce his 2012 I-Told-Ya-So Party...

verysad
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or "imminent" disclosure from 3 years ago
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Yeah, but he's bright and shiney and knows science! sun


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Gayvid Edgar RaCock IS ... "David Wilcock!"

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All the Davids book profits went towards male strippers and blow.

Hows that for enlightenment.
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
To date I've read quite a bit in my life. By estimate approximately 3500 nonfiction books and I am 37 years old. This does not include periodicals or Internet crap.

All the shills on GLP who actively attack Wilcock inspired me to check out the guy's book, The Source Field.

I just wanted to say that this book was pretty good. Filled with historic examples of usually unknown events in psychology and physics. David Wilcock makes no claims. He summarizes pre-existing physics and science that has all been previously documented. IMO, the Source Field is very real and explains a good lot of things occuring in reality.

For the record, David Wilcock has been attacked and threatened from day one. Long before he was known by the average kid and certainly before he became a household name and celebrity with his regular TV appearances. The moment he began studying and documenting this one topic, The Source Field, he came under threat by various hidden factions. He was not the only one. Many on his team were also threatened. He works with a panel of University Professors. Wilcock is not a crackpot.

Sure he is quirky. But so are many brilliant people. To have a solid grasp of reality, you MUST have one foot in the other world.

One particularly interesting event outlined in his book were some older psychology experiments done where a doctor hypnotized another doctor and asked him to describe an object that his own daughter was holding behind her back. The hypnotized doctor didn't hesitate to describe the clock she was holding and even told the time it indicated. These experiments were video taped and vetted under stringent scientific method. Just one example of what you'll find in this very entertaining book.

David Wilcock does a very good job of taking the big picture of our strange reality and putting it into a clean and entertaining summary of just a few hundred pages. He covers A to Z, everything that mainstream "science" is too cowardly to approach. He blows the doors off of scientific censorship.

Regardless of how you've been influenced by the shills on this website, give his book a try. It is a great read and he provides a wealth of links that will take your own research in directions you may have never considered.

The Source Field is the type of book that when you set it down at the end you'll say WOW! And it will leave your mind reeling in a flurry of activity.
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You got Cocke'd OPie!

The real Wilcock is below:
Thread: BREAKING: David Wilcock spotted leaving a nightclub with a tall African-American male
Thread: BREAKING! David Wilcock implicated in major theft, has possibly been arrested
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Re: One of the best books I've read: The Source Field by David Wilcock
To date I've read quite a bit in my life. By estimate approximately 3500 nonfiction books and I am 37 years old. This does not include periodicals or Internet crap.

All the shills on GLP who actively attack Wilcock inspired me to check out the guy's book, The Source Field.

I just wanted to say that this book was pretty good. Filled with historic examples of usually unknown events in psychology and physics. David Wilcock makes no claims. He summarizes pre-existing physics and science that has all been previously documented. IMO, the Source Field is very real and explains a good lot of things occuring in reality.

For the record, David Wilcock has been attacked and threatened from day one. Long before he was known by the average kid and certainly before he became a household name and celebrity with his regular TV appearances. The moment he began studying and documenting this one topic, The Source Field, he came under threat by various hidden factions. He was not the only one. Many on his team were also threatened. He works with a panel of University Professors. Wilcock is not a crackpot.

Sure he is quirky. But so are many brilliant people. To have a solid grasp of reality, you MUST have one foot in the other world.

One particularly interesting event outlined in his book were some older psychology experiments done where a doctor hypnotized another doctor and asked him to describe an object that his own daughter was holding behind her back. The hypnotized doctor didn't hesitate to describe the clock she was holding and even told the time it indicated. These experiments were video taped and vetted under stringent scientific method. Just one example of what you'll find in this very entertaining book.

David Wilcock does a very good job of taking the big picture of our strange reality and putting it into a clean and entertaining summary of just a few hundred pages. He covers A to Z, everything that mainstream "science" is too cowardly to approach. He blows the doors off of scientific censorship.

Regardless of how you've been influenced by the shills on this website, give his book a try. It is a great read and he provides a wealth of links that will take your own research in directions you may have never considered.

The Source Field is the type of book that when you set it down at the end you'll say WOW! And it will leave your mind reeling in a flurry of activity.
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You got Cocke'd OPie!

The real Wilcock is below:
Thread: BREAKING: David Wilcock spotted leaving a nightclub with a tall African-American male
Thread: BREAKING! David Wilcock implicated in major theft, has possibly been arrested
 Quoting: Mister_Worlwide


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