In the course of posting the three Disclosure videos, below, I realized that I think I should begin a discussion of Disclosure and what might follow it.
Disclosure is like a snowball that seems to be gathering momentum as it rolls downhill; i.e., amid decreasing resistance.
That brings the time of our service around Disclosure closer.
Now here again, as with politics, I know very little about the daily ins and outs of Disclosure. I’m more concerned with the blue-sky discussion of ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving. I’m an envisioner – and a writer.
So, for instance, don’t look to me for what you might look to Disclosure activists for. That’s not what I aim to produce.
Restricting ourselves to videos and films, notice how the portion of the lightworker community concerned with Disclosure progressed from Youtube videos of individual UFO sightings, way back when, to one or two well-constructed documentaries (major events, upon release), to a seemingly steady stream of them now.
And the quality of the productions seems to be steadily and routinely increasing.
Who remembers Chariots of the Gods, a rough-cut video of the 1970s based on Erich von Daniken’s works? (1)
We all remember Steven Spielberg’s film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. (2) This too was Disclosure.
What about Steven Greer’s The Disclosure Project? (3) Definitive for a whole generation of documentaries that followed.
And Jose Escamilla’s UFOs: The Greatest Story Ever Denied and Moon Rising. (4) Introducing new technologies into the investigation of the UFO phenomena.
Looking back, each of these – and many, many more – were milestones in the creation of the snowball.
I’m fresh from watching what William Kamkwamba did back in 2002, building the first windmill in his Malawian village, from a book he read. (5) He did it with nothing. If he can do that, then we don’t have to wait for the Reval. Time to get going.
Here I go envisioning. It’s up to others to take up the idea, if they so wish, and run with it. No, I won’t even play a figurehead role. My duty is to envision this idea; then the next; and then the next.
However, I have a suggested way that people might contribute to Disclosure and it can be as modest as renting a room at a community center or renting a local theater and doing a film festival.
I’m recommending that people consider organizing Disclosure Film Festivals or Disclosure Weekends, at which the latest UFO Disclosure videos are played along with the pioneering classics. I’ve mentioned some of them above.
With a dash of crop circles, UFOs in history, inventions that have galactic origins, etc.
(Be ready for people to ask for meet-ups.)
I suggest that we make everything else in the way the films are presented be normal. So not Spock uniforms, outlandish hairdos, etc. Normal to help make the fact of Disclosure normal. (But you decide.)
My aim would be to help First Contact and the fact of Disclosure go down as easily as possible among the greatest number so as to keep the population of the planet – all of whom might become aware of Disclosure all at once – calm and reassured.
(Concluded in Part 2, below.)
(2) Close Encounters of the Third Kind, available for a price at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMTvyrUewck
(3) Lost in the post-9/11 clampdown, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8i-48LpRB9c. Someone download and make copies of these – in case they disappear from the Internet.
(5) “Man Builds First Windmill, Brings Electricity to Malawian Village,”