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Monday, November 30, 2015

Secret Space Program Insider Corey Goode's Narrative Is Amazingly Depicted In A New Syfy Series

Update - December 2nd 2015: Corey added a comment to this post revealing even more information about this fictional series. Apparently the writers used the pen name, "James S.A. Corey", which of course strongly resembles Goode's name. That comment is at the end of this post.

Corey Goode, who calms to be a secret space program insider, recently shared a comment regarding a new TV series on Syfi entitled The Expansewhich premieres on December 14th 2015.

Goode implies in his comment, that the show is possibly based on the information he has been releasing, matching other secret space program whistleblowers. 

This wouldn't be the first time deeply classified information is rendered into fiction for the purposes of hiding it in plain sight; by using normalization techniques. 

We've been covering material he presents on his weekly show Cosmic Disclosure, on Gaia TV with David Wilcock. 



I haven't had time to watch The Expanse yet, but I am curious to see if any of the information presented on it has yet to be revealed by him or other insiders. If this is the case, then it would effectively 'vet' the data because only people 'in the know' could possibly produce a depiction that reveals undisclosed secrets. 

That being said, not all aspects of the show should be considered valid. The more one knows about all the secret space program material available, the better one can recognize disclosures in fiction. 

Below Corey's comment I have embedded the first episode of The Expanse in full. I updated the video so that it should play in all countries now. 

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Facebook Update (November 30th 5:00pm):

Sphere Being Alliance I am waiting for the ISP to arrive in their 1PM-5PM "service window" so I will finally have full access to the Internet again. I hope they show up today (I have a lot to catch up on) and I have burned well over my minutes on my cell phone plan downloading data and viewing some videos. Among them is a video of a new Sci Fi TV Show called "The Expanse". After receiving the email below at the main SBA Email Address I watched this first episode and was so blown away that I am still wondering where the concept for this new show came from. My jaw was open the entire show... CG


Email from person informing me of the show pasted: "This new series is about all the things Corey says right down to slave labour on Mars, mining the asteroid belts, moon base, in-fighting between the different space / corporate programs, and even everyone is walking around with the 'smart glass pads' Corey talks about. It is AMAZING. It is almost like they did this to be able to later say Corey got his story from this series! Or it is a soft disclosure. Check it out! The pilot episode just aired!"

Another comment by Corey added after this post went to press:

Sphere Being Alliance What has blown me away is that not only did I find out about this new TV Series yesterday but I also that evening found out that it is based on a book written by two men who go by the combined pen name of "James S.A. Corey"... That blew me away once more! What are the odds? I do not believe in coincidence. 

I have asked for anyone who has read the book to please email me and give me details on what is similar to the info I have been disclosing other than what we see in the pilot TV Episode. This has me highly intrigued. I was provided an explanation for the use of the Pen Name. CG - Here's what it says about the origin of the pen-name "According to the co-authors , their pen name James S.A. Corey was developed by taking Abraham’s and Franck’s middle names respectively, with S.A. being the initials of Abraham’s daughter." 

The link is below

More on the basis of the show:

The Expanse is based on the novel series by James S. A. Corey, a pen name of the authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. The first novel, Leviathan Wakes, was published in 2011 and nominated for the Hugo and Locus awards. - wikipedia

More analysis of the series, the books it was based off of and the strange pen name of James SA Corey can be found here.


The video should work in all countries now. 


Published on Nov 24, 2015

In the future, where the Asteroid Belt has been colonized, the investigation into the mysterious disappearance of a young heiress sets off a series of events that will change humanity. 2 night premiere of The Expanse, December 14th on Syfy.
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