June 18, 2012
On the weekend, I attended David Wilcock’s ‘Beyond 2012’ event in Melbourne, Australia. Besides David being in the country, there were a few other reasons why I went along.
Firstly, it was an opportunity to check out someone who has been instrumental and unabashedly vocal in the 2012 / ascension / disclosure movement, to the point of having death threats placed upon him.
Secondly, having attended and worked behind the scenes at other speaking seminars and events, (and also running my own speaking circuit), I am always curious to see how other speakers / presenters craft their presentation. Thirdly, a family member had recently ‘awakened’ and was also keen to see David in person, after watching videos of him on Youtube and felt it was important to support his awakening when the opportunity presented itself.
Lastly, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to check out the eye candy in the conscious community – hey, just being honest and truthful here ; )
Naturally, (content-wise) one might ask, “what could he possibly talk about that isn’t already in his vast and comprehensive body of research, both on his website and in his books?”
Even David posed that question himself. I must admit – I too, wondered how he would structure his presentation around such topics. The beauty of having such a wealth of knowledge and information in any area is that you can draw from various elements and string them together in a coherent fashion – which is pretty much what David did.
Some of the topics he discussed included: DNA transformation, human extraterrestrials visiting earth and predicting the golden age, ancient conspiracies and sacred geometry. Divine intervention is well and truly steering the course, according to David (by those in ‘management’ – which he believes to be 7D beings and above) citing surreptitious efforts to divert a WWIII.
What really got me (and possibly others) juiced up were the final topics of wormholes, stargate travel and multi-dimensional time. He threaded the existence of such together with scientific case studies and it wasn’t until well into the afternoon that I began to see how well he had layered and weaved all the topics together to present his final ‘take home’ message of ascension and love – a no-brainer for most ascension pioneers.
If anything, it served more as a heart-on. Yes, I’m veering gently into the gutter there, but I’m pretty sure David won’t mind in the slightest.
There were some cool moments – especially when he dove into irreverent humour every now and again. Did he just say we could get away with being 49% evil? Apparently, Melbourne got more Illuminati information than any of the other Australian cities. According to David’s psychic read on the audience’s collective consciousness, that’s where it went. Comical to hear mention that the Illuminati had hired 24,000 bodyguards to protect them from one lone agency ‘cleaner’ known as ‘Leftie’. Even funnier to see David laugh as he mentioned this himself. He really is a funny dude. By the way, did anybody count the number of times he mentioned sex in his presentation? I’m sorry, I missed that one David – where else could we do it?
Well, this is just my anecdotal impression of the day. Depending on where you are at with your journey and process, whether you held any expectations and how avid a reader you may be – you may have found it lively or you may have wanted more juice. As much as I love my reading and research, I’m very AV – audio visual, so I do like to watch …
David’s presentation was engaging and entertaining. He held an extremely captive audience – though I suspect his back and forth pacing is just one of his endearing quirks. The next time he travels he may indeed have his own set of body guards. I’m surprised he doesn’t have any already, but I suspect he is under the watchful eye and protection of ‘management’. In any case, it was a pleasure to hear him speak live and do the shoe-shuffle around the stage.
By the way, I loved the dark purple shirt he had on under the vest – nice choice there, David!
Kudos to Brian Creigh and the Veritas team for bringing David down under to Oz.