Stargate SG-1 (1997 – 2007)
So here’s the thing: I never watched a single episode of this sci-fi show, but now I think I should have. It was obviously a catalyst for David Wilcock, especially in its early years, because he wrote extensively about it in his book “The Ascension Mysteries”. I wrote a post about the ‘IP’ address for Earth, but got it completely wrong, because I focused on the wrong end of the list of digits. (And this obviously proves that Pluto is not considered a planet by our “Space Brothers”.)
The first three digits of any stargate address are single numbers between 1 and 9. The next three sets of digits are between 1 and 99. The final set of digits will be between 1 and 999. Almost any number you dial, except perhaps for the highest numbers in the final three-digit set, will take you to an inhabited world. If you are traveling locally, a three-digit number will suffice. The local gate address for Mars is 605, and Earth is 606, so keep that in mind if you ever get lost. Some of the higher three-digit numbers do not have planets assigned to them in our local area. Once the people on a given planet ascend, their number is reassigned to new planets. Now that enough time has passed and no other insiders have come forward with this information, I will finally reveal our entire gate address after all these years, according to Daniel’s testimony. It is 220.127.116.11.70.24.606.
Wilcock, David. The Ascension Mysteries (p. 310). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
By the time I met Daniel, I had already read about a technology called Project Looking Glass from three other sources. Looking Glass was allegedly a complex device that allowed the user to peer through time. Daniel confirmed the existence of Looking Glass and said that a sphere of white light appears in the area you are viewing. It may or may not be visible, depending on a variety of factors including the consciousness of the people in the area. Daniel said this sphere of light was called an OBIT, or Outer Band Individuated Teletracer. He said the outer band was a part of Earth’s hidden energetic field that the insiders had identified. Suddenly I had an idea. “Let’s look it up online right now!” We ran over to his laptop and typed the full term into a search engine. Both of us were quite astonished to discover that an episode of the television show The Outer Limits had this same title. It aired on November 4, 1963. The Internet Movie Database has a description of this show that reads, in part, “The Outer Band Individuated Teletracer, or O.B.I.T., is a remarkable technology that can track and monitor any individual, anywhere, for any length of time!” Daniel revealed that a great deal of information was being released through fiction. That way, if anyone ever tried to come forward, they could simply be accused of borrowing ideas from a movie, book, or television program.
Wilcock, David. The Ascension Mysteries (p. 311). Penguin Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
And that seems to be what goes through anyone’s mind when they read David’s words.
Here’s an excerpt from that particular episode:
David Wilcock’s live YouTube presentation last week repeated a lot of these points, but took 4 hours and 22 minutes to do so. If you have the time and the patience, here it is:
It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to picture that we are not the brightest sparks in the Universe. And our ignorance of ourselves will be our own undoing, some day.
So, my friend, “Know thyself.”