COSMIC DISCLOSURE: SEASON 5, EPISODE 1: "CELESTIAL TIMELINE" Featuring Corey Goode & David Wilcock
•David: So if the universe is 13.8 billion years old, the Earth formed four billion years ago. It cools down for liquid water 3.8 billion years ago. That's when microbes first appear. So we know that's going on.
We know the Earth was a watery planet 3.8 billion years ago. So theoretically, somebody could have landed on it that far back, but what do we know about the actual habitation of our solar system? What's the tangible evidence? What's the oldest stuff that we know about?
•Corey: Well, according to the smart glass pads, the tangible evidence that is around is in the form of ancient ruins. And they begin to label these ruins as the Ancient Builder Race ruins. And they weren't able to accurately date them because they were so ancient that it was in the hundreds of millions, if not billions, years old.
•David: So you're saying that these ruins appear, and you said they were excavated? They're digging stuff out from where? Where were they excavated from?
•Corey: On different planetary bodies in our solar system anywhere from Venus all the way out to the Oort Cloud.
•David: So they were sometimes underground. They'd been buried, and they had to be dug out.
•Corey: Yes, sometimes they're deep. Sometimes they're on the surface covered in debris, and sometimes they're deep inside whatever planetoid or planetary body that they're excavating.
•David: So what are we seeing with these ruins? What do they look like?
•Corey: Well, they were finding a lot of the, what we described as, a transparent alloy, aluminum-type alloy. This was also a technology. They were finding that . . . I guess, they were impregnating this alloy with other small technologies that could make the glass go opaque or dark or maybe even display technology. So it was pretty advanced technology. And a lot of the times, they didn't know what they were finding at first. Sometimes they were finding stone-like artifacts that turned out to be technology, but they didn't understand what they were finding.
•David: And what's the timeline when these were first being discovered? (OPEN COMMENTS TO CONTINUE)