David Wilcock: “Every aspect of the war machine is being systematically blocked.”

I woke up at 2 a.m., for my near-nightly bout of insomnia, and David Wilcock’s eagerly awaited piece on ET intervention popped up on my iphone.

Eagerly, I began to read . . . but then began to get disappointed. I wanted scientific “proof” of divine intervention, or at least gobs of specific examples, with quotes, citations, evidence, etc. etc. All the 3D markers of “reality.” I didn’t get them. The first couple of paragraphs stayed on topic, but then the piece veered off into who David Wilcock is, his background, how he does research, how he comes to his conclusions, and so on. In short, why we should “believe” him.

I appreciate that Wilcock feels that he needs to again state his “credentials,” given the preposterous nature of much of what he claims. I appreciate that he decided to seek corroboration from scientists for what he was given in dreams and visions. Much of his new book, The Source Field Investigations, is devoted to exactly that. I’m still only part way through it. Can only read a little at a time.

I notice, as I read the book, that I get tired of his need to present so much scientific buttressing! How does he do it? I wonder to myself. I would get so bored with doing this kind of research that aims to cite chapter and verse for the skeptical. Much prefer to remain in the intuitive, dreaming realms.

Likewise, I bet, does he.

So, mea culpa. For, on the one hand, I criticize him for not giving concrete examples in this article, and on the other, I criticize him for giving way too many in the book!

In any case, as he says, this piece on Divine Intervention will be undergoing “dynamic updates.” I post only the first few paragraphs here.

Divine Intervention: ETs Defeating Old World Order

January 9, 2012

by David Wilcock


ETs are performing blatantly physical interventions to stop the “Powers that Were” from throwing Earth into war and chaos. Every aspect of the war machine is being systematically blocked — with a minimum of casualties.

[PLEASE NOTE: This investigation is undergoing dynamic updates, including new sections that will be uploaded as time permits. For this reason, please LINK to it and pull excerpts, but do not COPY and REPOST it, as it will be constantly changing. Thanks!]


Divine Intervention is now taking place on a dramatic, unprecedented basis — worldwide.

This is causing a complete, systematic failure of the war machine on every level.

Guns will not fire. Radio and satellite communications systems are breaking down — right when they are needed most. Airplanes and tanks will not start. Bombs will not deploy.

Even more surprisingly, dozens of underground bases have now been completely emptied out — beginning on August 23, 2011.

This is terrifying to the occult Cabal that has seized control of much of the financial system, as well as the governing and judiciary bodies of several of the top nations in the world.

In my epic work “Financial Tyranny” I outline the problems we face, and who is responsible for them — with an incredible amount of supporting evidence.


The Cabal has been directly contacted by the people who are responsible for doing this. These intervening ET groups are human, like us — in fact, they are our long-lost relatives.

Humans on Earth are, in fact, a hybridized race — from multiple, independent points of origin during the last 200,000 years.

The Cabal has been told they must stand down — in order to protect the Earth and its many forms of life, including its people.

The people who are forcing the Cabal to surrender are not evil or negative at all. They are the guardians and protectors of our planet.

There appears to be no accident in why our protectors are intervening now — and why they have not done anything like this before.

Ancient civilizations were well aware of the cycle that seems to be behind the timing of this unprecedented Divine Intervention. They recorded the evidence in thousands of different forms over time.

The ultimate outcome of this cycle appears to be nothing less than the spontaneous, quantum evolution of what it means to be human.

The Divine Intervention we are now seeing seems to be intended to insure that we will go through this process without being thrown into complete chaos and destruction on a worldwide level.

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0 Responses to David Wilcock: “Every aspect of the war machine is being systematically blocked.”

  1. gcgrann says:

    Actually, I find your critique of this material to be on point and quite sound. Blessings, ~G

  2. Yes, me too and thank you for the summary. Does David ever state specifically by what name and the star-system/galaxy our planetary protectors stem from? While all our “choices” are being made for us, it seems, I nonetheless feel when a name and description of our allies is routinely put forward it will set in motion a new “dynamic of proofs” of one sort or another. The “dynamic of proofs” may tend to be on a personal level as opposed to a group level. Like you I would prefer group level proof but will settle for anything that resonates positively on a continuous basis.

  3. John says:

    Ann wrote above:

    “…I wanted scientific “proof” of divine intervention, or at least gobs of specific examples…”
    I’m on the USA west coast so I’d really like to believe someone’s claim that friendly aliens are cleaning up Fukushima, considering that increasing numbers of reputable scientists are referring to the potential there in regards to spent fuel pool #4 as a possible extinction-level event.

    Beyond that specific issue, regarding my hope that something positively transformative is afoot planet-wide, I particularly like Gregg Braden and Bruce Lipton, as at least some of their claims are based on verifiable science.

    Regarding Wilcock, Wood, Fulford, Drake, Beckow (the2012scenario.com), and such, I’ve become weary of their predictions. After complaints from readers regarding ‘soon’, I’ve noticed increasing uses of ‘very soon’, and ‘imminent’.

    Admittedly I have too much time on my hands, as two months ago I started a simple spreadsheet tracking their predictions (columns: action date, prediction, predictor, prediction date, direct quote, URL). They seldom (or never?) use an exact date, so I assign one, but I’m very generous in giving them the benefit of the doubt. For instance, if someone claims ‘within weeks’ I assign the ‘action date’ for ten weeks in the future (as otherwise it seems reasonable to me that should have been ‘within months’). Likewise, if the claim is ‘within months’ I assign an action date six months in the future.

    When the action date comes and goes and apparently nothing has happened, I mark that row red. So far all rows with an action date that has come and gone are red.

    But hang onto your hats. ;-). Next up on my spreadsheet happens to be today: on 3 May Drake stated that there would be action “within the next few days” so I generously assigned the action date for seven days later. Next row on my spreadsheet: on 14 April Steve Beckow wrote: “……maybe days, I don’t think weeks from now (but I actually don’t know), the big show starts …” so I assigned 14 May as the action date for this, especially considering he specifically suggested it would unlikely be as long as ‘weeks.’ One needn’t know specifically what Beckow considers “the big show” in order to assume that if something happens by 14 May it should either be obvious, or reported by him in such a way as can be confirmed in the real world.

    Needless to say, though probably not ‘imminent’, I might be ‘within weeks’, perhaps even ‘days’ from dropping some of my RSS feeds. 😉

    • Good for you! Maybe start a blog of your own and post your spreadsheets and comments as to why you make them and what goes through your mind when you do? Or would you rather post them here?

      I’ve long given up on exact dates for anything. Y2K cured me of that. But I do keep enough food and water for a few weeks. And mainly, I cultivate local community networks, as whatever is “coming down” (the ETs, or the civilization, or whatever!), local resilience does seem to be the most sane way to approach the future. Besides, it’s fun, and we all like to feel we have company.

      • John says:


        Likewise I have no interest in exact dates; I’ve converted terms such as ‘within a few days,’ ‘weeks’, ‘within a few months’ to actual dates (and, as I indicated, being very generous in giving the predictor the benefit of any doubt) only because without doing so it would not be possible to systematically determine whether or not most of these people are simply making up nonsense for fun.

        As I’ve indicated, I would still have hope, based on more credible sources, that a positive transformation is possible; I’m simply looking to possibly free up some time from following sources that in my opinion any reasonable person with critical thinking skills might have to conclude have no credibility.

      • John says:

        Ann, and Peace and Conflict Resolution@3:24:

        I appreciate your positive comments, have given this some thought, and I believe that most people either don’t approach such things in the systematic way I do, and/or don’t value their time to the extent that I do, and therefore might not find this useful. In fact, I’m not even 100% convinced this exercise will prove useful to me, though I enjoy such things, so that’s worth something for me even though it might not be for others.

        In addition, I’m concerned it would be difficult to insure none of this site’s readers misconstrued my intent as coming from skepticism rather than optimism and a search for verification and useful substantive details, and thus go against the spirit of this site.

        Your responses prompted me to review my comments, and it occurred to me that it could easily be misconstrued that my purpose is to judge the credibility of various key persons writing and speaking on these matters; but rather, I’m simply attempting to obtain maximum value from the time I spend.

        At the same time as my RSS feeds are rapidly-expanding, this exercise is an attempt to winnow any sites that I consider consistently not useful; for example, if a particular commentator repeatedly insists that something very positive is about to happen within days or weeks, but each time months go by without it happening, if this very positive event finally did happen the fact that his or her prediction repeatedly proved false before finally proving true would not diminish my respect for that person — it’s just that I would rather not have consumed my time reading or even skimming multiple predictions that never materialized (and particularly considering more rambling writings such as David Wilcock’s, in the aggregate this can amount to a significant amount of time).

        And Ann, yes, it’s occurred to me that I should be spending less time at the computer and more time out in the local community; I may need to relocate soon is my excuse for not doing that (even though increasing local connections might alleviate the need to relocate 😉 ).

        • I really appreciate the systematic way you think! Very thorough. In fact, I deeply admire it, not just thorough, but refined in quality.

          Meanwhile, yes, I make SURE I leave this damn screen for at least a couple of hours, preferably in the late afternoon, in the GANG garden, meeting others there and greeting the sun and soil and plants and birds and fish for awhile. Laughing, talking, working, playing. What could be finer? My teacher always told me that unless I had this kind of contrast in my life, I would lose perspective. That’s for sure! Glad to be disciplined enough at this advanced age to be able to not only do what he advised, but to enjoy it. Transitions from one to the other, however, are still a bit rough, not always, but I get so plugged in to each one, that to leave it feels wrenching . . .

  4. John, Have you tracked John Kettler, who’s site was I believe brought to my attention by Ann. I was impressed with his comments surrounding what would happen to the North Korean missile and it did exactly as he said it would.

    • John says:

      My impression of Kettler’s site was that most, perhaps all, of his posts are not predictions that can later be confirmed or dismissed, but instead are simply claims that ETs caused this to happen or that not to happen. Of course there’s no way to verify one way or the other these sorts of completely unsubstantiated and wild claims, especially considering he does not normally make even a feeble attempt to provide any substance to his claims. Perhaps I missed something, but even if reading for entertainment purposes only, I find nothing satisfying or worthwhile in post after post claiming with no substantiation that ETs created some event that we can’t even verify even occurred (!), or — even more fantastic — prevented some predicted event from happening.

      Even sitting here practically straddling the San Andreas fault, I was just now particularly amused reading his most recent post three days ago claiming that, simply because someone predicted California earthquakes a few days prior to his post that did not happen, we should conclude that friendly ETs prevented these quakes!

      But my impression is based on a somewhat cursory examination of his site, so based on your recommendation, I’ve added his blog to my RSS feed, at least for a few weeks.

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