David Wilcock

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"David Wilcock is a professional lecturer, filmmaker and researcher of ancient civilizations, consciousness science, and new paradigms of matter and energy. His upcoming Hollywood film CONVERGENCE unveils the proof that all life on Earth is united in a field of consciousness, which affects our minds in fascinating ways." [1] books He hosts a TV show on Gaiam.

"David has amassed critical acclaim apart from who he may have been, or whether or not he is an intuitive. This includes earning a full research partnership with Richard C. Hoagland, who brought David on Coast with him and featured him in one of his slots at the 2004 Bay Area UFO Expo. Hoagland is widely considered to be the most popular, in-demand, longest-lasting guest on Coast; on a program with David and Richard together in August 2004, host George Noory said that Hoagland was "the best" of the Coast guests. " [1]

"The CONVERGENCE trilogy is the result of David Wilcock's work in categorizing, analyzing and distilling over 213 volumes worth of research he uncovered and printed off the Internet between 1999 and 2005, occupying over nine and a half feet of width on his bookshelves. This research has been guided by David's intuitive work, which includes daily documentation and analysis of his dreams and visionary experiences since 1992, and active research and development of extrasensory abilities since he was 7 years old.

"Leading scholars in new science, such as popular Art Bell guest Richard C. Hoagland, have publicly stated that David's research is unparalleled and completely new and fresh. By comparison, most of the information presented in "What the Bleep Do We Know?", the astonishingly successful film documentary that came out of nowhere to create this brand-new genre, is an offshoot of the groundbreaking 1979 volume "The Dancing Wu-Li Masters" by Gary Zukav." [2]

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  1. divinecosmos About, organizational web page, accessed September 12, 2017.