Finding Life on Mars
DW: David Wilcock
CG: Corey Goode
DW: All right. Welcome to "Cosmic Disclosure." I'm your host, David Wilcock. And we're here because you need to know. We have Corey Goode here. And even as I'm asking him questions, I'm learning many new things. We've been describing the settlement of Mars by originally the Germans. But the Germans were not the first ones to go there. There's been many, many groups there. As we're going to talk about more in this episode, we're going to get into all the different types of life on Mars because that is a huge subject. So Corey, thanks for being back on the show.
DW: First of all, you had mentioned before in previous episodes something about vegetation on Mars. Could you just briefly give us an overview of what you saw? Did you walk around on the surface? Did you see any plant type of life?
CG: Personally what I saw were kind of colonies of shrubs that were in an area where we were building an outpost. And these were very hardy, short, and almost cactus-y-like shrubs that were purple and red-- the thick, I guess, stalks that went into the ground. And they had sharp, pointy leaves that were very sharp.
DW: What part was purple and what part was red?
CG: Well, the stalk was purple and red. And then the leaves were also purple and red. And there were thorns on the stalk of the plant and on the branches of the plants. They were not something you could stick your hand in. They were very prickly, I guess you would say.
DW: So in a previous episode, we are talking about a possibly indigenous Mars race. You said they look similar to us. What type of race on Earth would they look similar to? What type of human?
CG: The description was that they had a reddish tone. They wore robes. They were very skittish and kept to themselves. And the ones that had been captured or interrogated claimed to be indigenous, that they were always from Mars. That's where they originated. But the people that had interrogated them were unclear whether this was true because they had been deceived in the past by beings on Earth that had told us that they were extraterrestrials when they had actually been ancient Earth civilization breakaway groups. And some of these groups, since they had been space-faring groups, obviously could have gone to Mars and set up colonies. And these could have been remnants of some of them.
DW: Let's go back now to the Germans arriving there for a minute. And you said that you personally witnessed flying over ancient pyramids that were still on Mars today.
CG: Partially exposed pyramids.
DW: Did they take any interest in that kind of stuff when they got there? Did they want to land on it or explore it? I would think the interest would be insatiable to want to excavate it and find out what it is and all that stuff.
CG: The only interest that was shown was looking for technology, ancient technology. But again, you have to remember certain areas are very off-limits to people, especially back then. The races that were there are very territorial. So if they wanted to visit something, they had to stop, take some pictures, samples, and then scoot and get out. That was a part of the equation of them doing close research on a lot of areas of Mars as well. Because the area was considered territory of another group.
DW: Did you ever encounter any information specifically regarding the face on Mars, whether it was artificial, who built it, anything like that?
CG: No. During my time there, I was not aware of the face on Mars. So I'm not saying it doesn't exist. I just did not see it. I did not hear it talked about.
DW: So we were starting to get into last time that the Germans settled near the poles but more in sort of like a taiga rather than a tundra type of land. They're not in the arctic area. But they're in that sort of permafrost.
CG: More of a Goldilocks area between the very inhospitable equatorial region and the very harsh area of the polar regions.
DW: So what are the temperature extremes in those areas? What's the low and what's the high?
CG: Because of the atmospheric pressure-- and it also depended on the season of where you were. But the temperatures could change 40, 50 degrees in a matter of hours.
DW: Oh, wow.
CG: I don't remember exactly the temperatures that were on the surface of Mars. I just know that it's definitely warmer than what the statistics on the internet are. One of the things that I wanted to mention were now, current era, the space programs are very careful about cross contamination of germs, bacteria, that kind of thing going from one planetary sphere to another one. Back in the '30s and '40s and early '50s, not so much. And especially the Germans, they were bringing crates and crates of supplies and instruments and all the different things they needed to Mars. And they brought some very annoying pests. They brought along cockroaches, rats, and other spiders, other Earthly pests, that have become a problem on Mars and have contaminated. The rats have gotten a little bit bigger but survive just fine out on the surface. But the cockroaches have become huge, like bigger than your hand huge.
DW: Oh my gosh.
CG: People joke around that cockroaches could survive a nuclear war and surviving on the surface of Mars is not a problem for them.
DW: Are there indigenous insects that the rats could eat? I mean, what do you think their food supply was?
CG: I don't know. I'm sure there are probably insects there because I know there were very large spiders. I just didn't read or experience any myself. This insectoid group of beings, they use a biological kind of technology to where they create smaller bugs or insectoids to do certain tasks.
DW: Like clones or something?
CG: Yeah, but they'll create like smaller insect-like drones-- if they're doing battle or if they're in a warfare type situation, then they create. That's a part of their technology. It's kind of a biological technology.
DW: Right. So they can control what these drones do, like a remote control?
CG: Yes. And these are more of a hive mind kind of, a true hive mind. A lot of people think they know what a hive mind is when they really don't. But they have a hive mind and more of a insect, kind of colony type of structure.
DW: Did the Germans bring vehicles that use rubber tires and wheels to drive around?
CG: Definitely. Mm-hmm.
DW: Really? Like jeeps or tanks, or what were they driving?
CG: They had developed special vehicles that were pretty much like built on tank chassis that were pressurized and of course armored-- always armored with the Germans-- that they used for going on excursions.
DW: Would they try to go into caves and look for technology artifacts?
CG: I know that they were always going on expeditions, looking for technology, looking for different resources on the planet, constantly exploring, looking for different resources, especially. The only time caves ever came up were when they tried to explore routes into these lava tubes to do reconnaissance missions to try to get an idea of how they could someday take over these lava tubes.
DW: You said that raw materials were transported to Mars by the Germans using a primitive portal technology that was very hazardous to biological life. How big was this portal? Could they get those tank-type vehicles-- could they build them here and just portal them in?
CG: Yes. This is in the beginning when they were exploiting the natural portal system that exists in our solar system. And they didn't realize the calculations involved and the positions of certain planets, other bodies around. There are a lot of calculations involved. They actually ended up having a hyper-dimensional mathematics handed over to them by another race that helped with these calculations. And I saw this math used quite often, and there were very few numbers in them. There were all kinds of weird symbols. But they were written out on boards just like math equations are.
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