Comment by dwilcock on October 4, 2011 @ 4:08 am
I can confirm from my own contacts that very few, if any lives were lost in the destruction of the underground bases. Ben is right. This is another good proof that we’re both hearing the same things.
Apparently for 24 hours before there was an explosion in either case, audio recordings that have now been recovered from the bases have the sounds of massive amounts of furniture sliding across the floor and people yelling. It appears that portals were opened up in the bases and they just pulled everything out — personnel, equipment and everything in between. There is no “stuff” left in what remains. All the supplies are gone.
However, where my sources disagree with Ben is that they are saying there is no radioactivity. Nukes were NOT used. Instead, it was a 20-fold spontaneous increase in air pressure, after everything had been pulled out for this 24-hour period.
Many of the personnel working in these bases were brought in during the 1970s, and are forbidden to ever walk the surface of the Earth again. This is all part of the update I’m working on for my website, Divine Cosmos, right now.
Ben has people who are closer to the actual negotiations than I’m able to hear from right now, but I do agree with him that it seems we are very close.
The biggest part he’s NOT seeing, apparently though, is that most of the old guard in Washington DC and thereabouts is planning on fleeing, en masse, to South America once this all happens. They’ve been using so many military aircraft to do this in the last three and a half weeks that it is delaying the return of soldiers discharged from Afghanistan. Then, as a good-bye present, they are planning on detonating charges planted in bridges and airstrips all over the country. The governors of each state have the sole control of the detonators — so I am told.
They are hoping that this will weaken society enough to create hunger, riots and chaos. I have revealed these plans at my own risk because I believe they can be stopped. The charges were put in place by workers who drilled into the concrete to test its strength, and put “detectors” in there to check on the integrity, the water vapor, et cetera. The “detectors” were then cemented in place. These “detectors” are actually charges that can be detonated remotely, but the workers never knew that.
Apparently, other charges were installed from the beginning of the Eisenhower Interstate System. Small cubbyholes were put in, ostensibly to give a view of the interior, but in reality they were made for these charges to be installed. The plan has been around for a long time — and remember, Eisenhower was also made aware of the ET presence, and warned of the rise of the military-industrial complex in his closing speech. At that point he probably already knew about the bridge charges, and that was one of his concerns.
I hope Ben and the people he is working with can anticipate this move and deactivate many, if not all of them, so the rest of the world can merely laugh at me and say I’m full of shit, which is much better than the alternative.
– David Wilcock
Comment by dwilcock on October 4, 2011 @ 4:11 am
Whoops… I wasn’t clear in saying that the old guard are using military aircraft to move the last of their belongings, even including most of their clothing, at this point. They are not actually moving yet, but plan on doing so once the critical moment is reached. It will be a coordinated effort of them fleeing and the bridges and airstrips being set off.
I described this in updates to the interview with Ben I posted on my website, which I highly recommend you read for context.