Most everyone had a good laugh when they saw the headline, “Wyoming man claims to be time traveler, warns of alien invasion” all over the news last week—myself included. Rightfully so. The following is an excerpt from an article on CNN:
Officers in Casper, Wyoming pulled Bryant Johnson over for suspected drunken driving.
He told them he time-traveled from the year 2048 to warn of an impending invasion by aliens.
Johnson also demanded the officers let him speak with the town’s president.
Police said he had slurred speech, blood-shot eyes and a blood-alcohol level of 0.136 percent
But Johnson had an explanation: He said in order to transport him through time, aliens had to fill his body with booze and have him stand on a giant pad.
For as ridiculous as the story is, it is even more creative! I cannot help but wonder, though, why is this man being mocked and ridiculed nationwide for his claims, when claims that are far less believable are making a number of folks very wealthy? Folks such as Corey Goode.
Good has essentially burst onto the “UFO scene” recently and (sadly) has been featured on Ancient Aliens. He is highly promoted by Jimmy Church, David Wilcock, and a host of others. Goode has been a speaker at a number of conferences, including MUFON’s symposium.
Here are a few of Goode’s claims from his own website:
…Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. (MILAB is a term coined for the military abduction of a person that indoctrinates and trains them for any number of military black ops programs.) Goode trained and served in the MILABprogram from 1976-1986/87. Toward the end of his time at MILAB he was assigned to fill an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a “human-type” ET SuperFederation Council.
During his 20 year service he had a variety of experiences and assignments including the Intruder Intercept Interrogation Program, Assignment to the ASSR (Auxiliary Specialized Space Research), the SRV, (Interstellar Class Vessel) and much more. This all occurred in a “20 and Back” agreement from 1986/87-2007 with recall work continuing up to the present day.
According to Goode’s story, he is essentially a “Time Traveling Space Marine,” or TTSP. You can watch a Gaia video in which:
Corey Goode divulges details of each step taken in the age regression process he endured as his time with the twenty and back program came to a close. What we learn, is the prevalence of time travel technology within the secret space programs and why it is such a tightly held secret.
So, getting back to my original question: Why is our friend from Wyoming—who had a bit too much to drink (for the good of mankind)—widely ridiculed, while Corey Goode has found his money-making niche as an “experiencer” within the field of ufology?
It just doesn’t seem fair to the time-traveler from the Cowboy State…