What is Disclosure?
by Walter M. Nowosad, Jr. | July 16, 2017 | Updated July 31, 2017
In late 2016, during one of my conversations with William Mills Tompkins,the topic of disclosure came up. As you may know, William wrote Selected by Extraterrestrials, a book that touches on his life and work with US Navy Intelligence during WWII debriefing operatives and assembling and distributing packages of technological data to various universities, military, aviation manufacturing groups, and think tanks. Later at Douglas Aircraft, Tompkins was in constant telepathic communication with three Nordic extraterrestrial secretaries, who arranged a meeting between Tompkins and the heads of NASA: Kurt Heinrich Debus and Wernher von Braun, so that he could pitch systems engineering solutions to the then upcoming Apollo missions to the moon. Tompkins' unique perspective and life profession convinces him that disclosure can be, and should be, managed like a project. As such, he requested my input.
I took a few days to organize my thoughts on disclosure by reflecting on my exposure to various sources of material, such as my interviews of people I've posted on YouTube and my personal contact experience with the "visitors". I've met and interviewed people like: Andrew D. Basiago, who claims to be among the first chrono-nauts (time travelers); Ralph Ring, who claims to have operated a circular foil craft in 1960 before it was confiscated by agents of the US Government; Bernard Mendez, who claimed to have been an extraterrestrial negotiator, who interfaced with "the creatures" in deep underground bases (such as "El Deuce") to determine their material requirements and needs. I've seen the weird phenomena in the skies of Northern California, Colorado, Nevada, Arizona, and Washington state; and, I have personally experienced much more with my contact experience than I'm willing to say here. I've seen, as I'm sure many of you have seen, Dr. Greer's Disclosure Project; and, I have attended one of his CE-5 splinter groups (rebels); and, I have watched more videos than I'm willing to admit. If you're reading this, I'm sure you have, as well.
If you've never given serious thought to disclosure, I might suggest you try, as I have. Feel free to disagree with me. I'm not that attached to it. This is simply a brief of my observations and opinions of how I think disclosure should appear. I'll be the first to admit it may be incomplete, a little askew, and at times irreverent. Forgive me in advance for my loose critiques. I assure you. I'm harmless and carry no malice. I figured the best place to begin is with Critical Assumptions; because, they tend to set the foundation for everything else that follows.
TWO TYPES OF DISCLOSURE
EXAMPLES OF INFORMATION
EXAMPLES OF TECHNOLOGY
CURRENT DISCLOSURE EFFORTS
Let's look at disclosure activity. From my perspective, there's a lot of flailing about. Can you see it? There are a number of groups playing at disclosure. They use the the word disclosure to describe their activity and sell their conferences; books; websites; TV shows; but, none of it amounts to true, transparent and honorable disclosure. You've heard it. I've heard it. What is being announced from the pulpits of conferences? We are the disclosure! Hazzah!
Yea right. Give me a break.
I'm not saying don't have conferences and don't sell books. I'm saying please, give careful consideration to what true disclosure is, where everyone benefits significantly after it occurs. Be real about it. To date, what do we see? We see increased awareness. OK. We see entertainment. That's fine. We see stories and testimonies. Again, that's fine by me; but it really isn't disclosure; so, stop calling it that. Why? After all is printed, said, done, and the conferences end, we have more questions than before, all-the-while, experiencing no change. It's a lot of expended energy if no productive steps toward a unified goal are not taken.
We've seen the Disclosure Project and other events like this. We've seen innumerable UFO and experience conferences. We will see this month in Las Vegas, MUFON's Annual Symposium focusing on the hottest topic -- The Secret Space Program. By now, you have to realize that we must be barking up the wrong tree.
It's clear to me that the stakeholders won't budge.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again,
expecting different results.
Here are the issues with disclosure groups, events, A/V media, and other products:
Guys, stop banging your heads against the wall. Look, you're head is bruised. Some of you have blood in your eyes. Clearly, what you're doing is not accomplishing what I'd consider to be honest disclosure. Listen to what Grant Cameron is says in this video. They want to feed us clandestine disclosure, again. It's been done before; and, if what Grant is saying is true, they're doing it again. How long will you continue being distracted with people's narratives and chasing lights in the sky; investigating sightings and hoping to uncover some piece of physical evidence - proof beyond pictures, stories, and doubt - when we should be seeking to unveil the stakeholders and their secrets?