Thursday, August 04, 2016

[Cosmic Disclosure] Season 5, Episode 10 SSP Testimonials with William Tompkins (Transcript)

Below is the first part of the transcript of the latest episode of the Cosmic Disclosure, which is the first time that William Tompkins goes on the show.

William Tompkins is a new whistle-blower of the secret space program but he has been around since the beginning of the whole thing. Corey Goode even suggests that the things that he reads on the smart pad glass are actually the works of Bill and his team. I do believe that he is going to play a very big part when it comes to the Full Disclosure.

However, I would recommend people to look at the video if possible as there are some excellent clips that weren't captured in the transcript.

William Tompkins: So I went to work, then, at Douglas, and I'm a draftsman for two weeks, and my Section Chief started through my background.

And, of course, it says all of this stuff that I had done in the Navy. So he puts me in this think tank, and there is where we get to the first think tank, okay, - was inside of Douglas in a walled-off area.

And there's 200 guys in it.

And we investigate every aspect of extraterrestrial - military, commercial, whatever. And I was assigned to design for the Navy about 16, 18 different classes of US Navy battle group ships,which didn't exist.

And these were . . . The larger ones were from 1 kilometer to 6 kilometers.

These ships fly in space. They're spacecraft carriers. I designed US Navy Spacecraft Carriers, which finally got built back in the late '70s up in Utah, underneath the ground.

And you've seen the pictures of US Navy spaceships – Solar Warden. So Solar Warden came out of a think tank inside of Engineering at Douglas.

And a whole lot of other stuff came out.

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David Wilcock: All right, this is David Wilcock, and you are watching Cosmic Disclosure. I'm here with Corey Goode, and in today's presentation we have a bombshell for you. We're going to be interviewing the veteran insider of the Secret Space Program, William Tompkins.

I've had numerous conversations with him. He's actually 94 years old, he's still with us, and his testimony is unbelievable. It validates so many aspects of what Corey and other insiders I've spoken to have been saying.

People tell us, “Oh, you have no proof. You have no evidence.”

Well, here's a guy who comes out of the World War II era, and his testimony is just going to rock your world.

I want to give you a little background, biographical information on him to set this up. So check this out.

William was first noticed by the United States Navy when he was just a young boy. He was living near Long Beach, California at the time, and his father would take William and his brother down every weekend to see many Naval ships that were parked in the harbor there at Long Beach.

William Tompkins was a good artist and he was really good at building models.

And soon, he started creating scale models of the ships he was visiting.

The Navy began taking notice of this brilliant young boy and his models because they were so close to the real thing.

But it was when young Bill Tompkins began adding top secret parts to these model ships that the higher brass took real notice of him.

He was then taken into the Navy and was brought into a think tank during World War II.

After the war, he went to work for Douglas Aircraft, which is now the defense contractor McDonnell Douglas.

If you want more information on William Tompkins's fascinating background, I encourage you to go to the biographical introduction on William Tompkins that we have here on Gaia.

William Tompkins became part of a secret think tank that began to design the ships, the craft, the buildings, and everything they would need for the Secret Space Program.

But we want this to start out with a bang, so we're going to begin by joining William Tompkins as he tells us of his many decades-long journey through the Secret Space Program.

He's going to start out our conversation by telling us how the US Navy began discovering some of the things that the Germans had been inventing since the early 20th century.

(Continues reading here)


  1. Wow... and again.. Wow in reverse, ha ha. This is a great discussion and lots of info too, for connecting of dots. I'm going to post this in the PFC website with a link to the original source. Thanks very much!

    1. Thanks very much for doing so, Marian. Victory of the Light!