Army Veteran Claims He Was Part of The Secret Space Program

Update - 2016.07.28

There are a lot of really bizarre stories online these days. I ran across this guy because he was mentioned in an online forum that I read time to time.

Usually, I don’t pay much attention to conspiracy theories, but this was coming from someone who served in the Texas Army Guard.

His name is Corey Goode and he recently started disclosing some really bizarre information. He has a blog called the Sphere Being Alliance.

Before going any further I have to say I don’t believe any of this… I’m just amazed how elaborate this entire thing is…. To me, it appears to be a giant elaborate scam.

Here is an excerpt from his blog about who he is:

Identified as an intuitive empath (IE) with precognitive abilities, Corey Goode was recruited through one of the MILAB programs at the young age of six. Goode trained and served in the MILAB program from 1976-1986/87. Towards the end of his time as a MILAB he was assigned to an IE support role for a rotating Earth Delegate Seat (shared by secret earth government groups) in a “human-type” ET Super Federation Council.

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.

He doesn’t really mention his military career that much. His blog’s entire focus is about his involvement with a Secret Space Program called Solar Warden and Him working with an Alien Race according to Corey Goode.

The only mention of his Military History I could find:

Goode now works in the information technology and communications industry with 20 years’ experience in hardware and software virtualization, physical and IT security, counter electronic surveillance, risk assessment, and executive protection, and served in the Texas Army State Guard (2007-2012), C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computation & Intelligence). The time in the Texas Military Forces was unrelated to the Secret Space Program Service.

I did some digging and found his LinkedIn Profile. He did serve in the Army for a few years as a C4I? Maybe you Army guys can help clarify what exactly you do in that field. It looks like glorified Comm to me. I was able to find a picture of him in Uniform. See below.

Corey Goode - Army

Before going any further just know this story is about to get really weird. I honestly don’t know what’s going on. Part of me feels like this guy snapped and isn’t all there anymore. I don’t know…

I personally believe this is all a giant elaborate hoax and scam. These guys are egomaniacs building a cult following that believe everything they say.


It Gets Really Weird From Here – Blue Bird Aliens

Blue Avians

Most of what Goode talks and writes about is his experience with a species of Blue Bird Aliens from another dimension. Yea! you might want to read that again….

I’m not going to bother telling you what he says. I’ll let you go read about it yourself. The crazy part is reading all the comments of people telling him what a hero he is…

Corey Goode Being Interviewed

This is Corey being interviewed by a guy named David Wilcock. Looks like he’s developed a cult-like following from the looks of it. The crazy part is how positive everyone is responding to these videos… They just gobble it up….

They actually believe everything this guy is saying…and freely donate money to him…

What do you think about all this? Leave me a comment below. 

  1. Reply
    Tara September 2, 2015 at 11:14 PM

    I knew ‘Corey’ in his younger. school years. Hew was a guy with a low self esteem, yet somewhat a narcissist who believed everyone around him would be regretful for not accepting him into their circles, when he became famous and powerful as an adult. He really should seek help and see a psychologist.

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    gerald minden September 16, 2015 at 6:09 AM

    first of all, there is no way the government, or military, or whatever secret group is handling this situation, is going to validate what he is saying, even if it true, other than to those whom they choose to validate it. This doesn’t mean that it is not true however and I wouldn’t be surprised if it was true. As for why I would not be surprised neither would anyone else who has read the mahabharata, the bible, the secret doctrine, unveiled mysteries, the magic presence and aristotle’s books on logic and metaphysics. but don’t believe me. trust your own reason.

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    Linda Pottle September 16, 2015 at 1:16 PM

    It seems as if you don’t have enough info to debunk this. If anything you have more proof as he is in the communication classification as his MOS. DO you really think they would let you just …. look this guy up? What you’re giving us as evidence is just some sloppy Google work. Saying things like, “some guy named David Wilcock.” doesn’t make you’re investigation look like you went deep enough because he on Ancient Aliens as an expert in his field. Nope you have not done your home work.

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    Robert September 21, 2015 at 3:58 PM

    If aliens were so advanced and there prime message of love and service to mankind was so important, do you really think they would be so inept as to forward their message through a single person, knowing full well that humans are by nature suspicious of unverifiable stories?

    Corey Goode should set up a meeting in a giant hall, with all kinds of officials and open to the public, televised, on radio airwaves and internet and let’s talk to the aliens in public, not just the “secret government” and show us all that this is true.

    The fact is that the only thing that one man’s story does is create good television (good for David Wilcock’s pocketbook) and popular websites that sell merchandise (good for Corey Goode’s pocketbook).

    Open your eyes people, this is about money and you fools buy into this utter crap.

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    David October 10, 2015 at 1:01 PM

    I don’t believe in this guy at all. First I heard him and Michael Salla at Coast 2 Coast AM being interviewed. At once he seemed to be strange… No straight answers at simple questions but willing to talk about his Intelligence and abilities… Nah. I totally agree with you about this one… But I do believe we have ET here on earth right now and have had for thousands if not millions, of years. But this is just a crazy crackpot.

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    Will October 10, 2015 at 1:57 PM

    Do people in the military consider someone who says that they were in a made up part of the military guilty of stolen valor?

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    Richard November 1, 2015 at 5:56 AM

    The only secret is between two people and the other guy is dead.

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    J November 13, 2015 at 5:25 PM

    I do believe we have a secret space program and I believe our military/space technology has far surpassed by at least 20 years what we think we have now. I also believe that darpa with help from google has already developed a functional AI. with the intelligence of at least a human being. If the United States has the means to colonize our solar system and set up command posts why would they tell us and lose that tactical advantage over every other nation state on earth. Let’s just take the Alien’s out of the equation. If the story is true, Corey should have been “disappeared” by now or long before we would have heard about the story. What is protecting him, the aliens or the fact that it’s just pure fantasy. Also has anyone ever done a serious background check on Corey? How convenient that he said he was living in space for twenty years but when questioned about it he said that he was only gone five minutes earth time. I’m not a hater or a troll but I’m also not an idiot and I am called those things for simply asking these simple questions on his videos.

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    Joshua Ramir December 17, 2015 at 9:05 PM

    the guy’s providing an answer to countless undeniable UFO’s sightings, encounters etc., I find hard to believe many of his stories but nobody else is given a rational answer to the UFO phenomenon so there’s an empty space there to fill. Other than that the guy’s consistent and a good communicator. Regarding donations: just imaging you are paying for a fine writer’s piece, the likes of S. King , Tolkien or Rowlings. Peace

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    M December 20, 2015 at 5:29 AM

    Seen the truth

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    Goldie December 20, 2015 at 11:16 PM

    It doesn’t take a genius to figure out this guy is capitalizing on current information from Dr. Greer’s Disclosure records and many hours of videos, and other reliable sources (NOT Wilcock – he too has volleyed off of others research without doing much of his own – I know because I’ve been doing my own reading for many years and he merely reverberates this info, be it reliable or not). I had some BLARING questions about the story he claimed on Noory’s show. First off, he says the MILAB recruited 6 year olds from standardized testing. Old story. Standardized testing was and is used to “profile” children for vocational skills and likelihood of criminal activity. We all can guess, if you pin that on a child, then train or treat them accordingly, that’s the direction they will go – MAYBE. We all have FREEWILL. Then, he recalls how some kids would ask him where he goes in the white vans, twice a week. He also mentions there were groups (PLURAL) of 200-300 children. Now, how in the world do you tote away 600-1000 (minimum) children during school hours and NOT ONE PARENT knows anything? No questions? No complaints? No signs of stress in their children? I seriously doubt this story. There would be RAGING parents all over the place. Would he answer that if I asked him? If he did, he’ll say he doesn’t know. His information leaves too many questions and too many things I am forced to read between the lines. Not an honest approach on his part. Furthermore, Goode doesn’t elaborate except to say the Blue Aliens want disclosure, yet, while understanding if one is being honest, you just disclose honestly, simply, plainly, and let the chips fall where they may. You don’t wait for the “closed-minded” to open their minds. Never happens like that. That’s like waiting for the dumber kids to get smarter before you teach the real stuff in school. Doesn’t work, never will. You disclose to all, the smart ones will carry on with the information, and the rest will catch up. These guys are playing mommy and daddy, deciding what we can or can’t handle. I see “big brother” still peddling the idea that the public is a big dumb machine to toy with and direct. Ridiculous info from both Corey Goode and David Wilcock. If any of his information is true, as I said earlier, it’s because other people already had it out there. I won’t even get into the “grid” around earth to keep the bad guys out….or is it to keep us in? I’ll stop there. It’s all too vague. No proof that this guy said anything before eye-witnesses saw particulars. There has to be proof with claims such as his. He should stop blaming anyone for why he decided to show up publicly, (grow up dude) and either back out or come out with it ALL. S*** or get off the pot!

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    celestial multidimensional entity February 14, 2016 at 4:41 PM

    I honestly believe him. We can’t trust our government, you can’t be blind to the fact that they do some shady things behind our backs, it is possible that this guy really did do all of this.

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    Dale March 5, 2016 at 5:17 PM

    Very cogent reply, Goldie. I smell nothing but an opportunistic charlatan. I’ll eat my words only when I see bird-people at the local grocery store. Until then, on to more legitimate truth seekers.

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    mandownunder March 26, 2016 at 7:19 AM

    I tend to agree with Goldie, in respect of ‘the missing years’. All you would need to do to validate his story is verify that he had 6 years on away from school on a space ship. There must be some record of his school attendance, if he attended school, it would make it quite difficult to also be on spaceship providing empath services to distinguish danger from safety. And if he really were that deep into the thick of it, it would be no problem for an operation to take him out with extreme prejudice. There is however nothing in your article here to invalidate him, just your opinion. There is nothing I can find anywhere online to invalidate him. Except to find that he was laid off after September the 11th (article doesn’t say why) then worked for Microsoft, then laid off due to offshore outsourcing, appearing in an article about the incident. His LinkedIn profile has a long list of jobs, included short contracts. The linkedin profile hasn’t been updated in several years and contains no references to his extraterrestrial incidents. The articles have been shared over 4500 times which means that this many people had to subscribe to access the articles. The minimum entry point is .99 cents for the first month and $9.95 thereafter. Based on this figure, the articles have raised $44,775 in monthly subscriptions for GAIA or $537,300 per annum, judging on this article alone. I would estimate GAIA to be turning over millions and the technology behind the site is amongst the best practices I have ever seen, and I work in technology and marketing. True that the material is ‘out of this world’, and quite hard to believe, however the core message is quite good. It can not be proven or unproven. However, if GAIA unites people across purposes like loving one another, forgiving ourselves and each other, ending Karma, becoming of more service to others and so on, then as new age channels go, it has good intent like any religion. If it is a cult, then it’s genius. If it is fiction, then why not just read and watch it as a future history scifi series. They have certainly earned their money with the way it has been all been put together. El Ron Hubbard would be envious. And Arthur C Clarke would probably subscribe to it for ideas! Each person should decide for themselves. But short of being beamed up by aliens myself, I’m just treating it as good entertainment with some positive messages around future history scifi. Worse that could happen is they are right and we’re up with the play. Just hope we don’t get blue alien bird flu. nanu nanu.

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      orangeluckypierre October 14, 2016 at 5:20 PM

      I agree. As philip k dick said we should look for god in the trash of popular culture. I find most of the ufo/alien whistle blower stuff implausible, however as sci-fi it’s fantastic and stimulating. As we know already there will be a thread of our future in there too. I subscribe to Whitley Strieber’s and think it’s worth way more than the few bucks a months I pay for it. Similarly to gaia, it has an underlying good/healthy message and has made my life better for taking up meditation and rejecting mainstream information.

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    mysteryman April 4, 2016 at 4:00 AM

    Corey Goode is a data miner the material he is presenting is researched from many in the community.
    He openly discussed on Project Avalon as few years back saying for those of us in the datamining biz this is a good article.
    Goode is also an FBI agent check out his Linkedin page, became FBI agent around same time he came forward, co-incidence?
    His moniker is a play on words goodETxsg = Goode TX (texas) SG (state guard) which is one of his listed former jobs, along with a whole heap of cabal corporations work (see Linkedin again)
    Blue Avians is bs, check out his responses when asked the question of Blue Avians on July 2015 Irish radio show with Wilcock and then the first 2 Gaiam TV episodes, he chokes, pauses and hesitates on all 3 shows when asked on Blue Avians, he choked so bad on Irish show, Wilcock took over his narrative, check it out for yourselves.
    Corey has decided to copy again and is now setting up a Full Disclosure Foundation with Rob Potter (another fraud), Alfred Webre (govt agent with a Washington DC BAR lawyer registration but lives in Vancouver?) seems the $300-500 per day donations Corey received was not enough.

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    Heather April 20, 2016 at 8:57 PM

    I believe everything he says. He doesn’t flinch while providing loads of information that Wilcox backs up with many other sources all who do not know each other. Better get Gaia TV which has more viewers now than CNN due to Corey’s show.

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    Orions daughter June 9, 2016 at 5:14 PM

    If he was straight up a milab he would NOT be talking about it !!!
    Firstly, there is absolutely no way ANYONE can break the programming, only the person(s) who set up the program in the first place.
    Secondly, the programming goes so deeply that it would be darn near impossible for the host to realise, for starters the “alters” are split off from the main personality, neither know the other exists, and its failsafe.
    Thirdly, there is tech in place to erase memories from the host or alter as to the activities carried out, using methods like “the cattle prod” and other such insidious ways.
    Anyone coming out and claiming to be a MILAB WHISTLEBLOWER ARE FULL OF CRAP, whether intentionally or not.

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    Mark June 29, 2016 at 9:15 AM

    I believe in there’s truth hidden in bull shit and this guy along with his counter part wilcock have alot of the bull shit. The fact that they rake in all this $$$ for it astounds me. Then again this is a RELIGION and with religion every little word gets twisted manipulated for $$$. Surprised they haven’t waged a holy war on this author for writing this article….or maybe they already have? I’ve followed a few of these people that have been mentioned in the replies and the conclusion I’ve come up with is that NO one,thing,being or “ascended master” is going to save you!! Only YOU can do that….aND we’re all “salty” cuz we can’t make money off of our bull shit….lol

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    Roy August 28, 2016 at 7:57 AM

    UFO’s are real, and around the world the public are wising up to this fact. I believe Corey Goode is a front for some kind of intelligence agency project to make so-called ‘conspiracy theorists’ look totally crazy, and to debunk the real truth of UFO’s and ET contact. Track down the excellent documentary ‘Oz Encounters, UFO’s in Australia’ for some factual info on ET contact, and don’t believe this Corey Goode nonsense – it’s an intelligence agency disinformation campaign.

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    Nivek September 3, 2016 at 2:39 PM

    MY son-in-law is all about this crap. Believes every word. It’s unsettling but you can’t change someone’s beliefs – a spiritual/religious/ET belief is too powerful for someone to help the person see how bizarre their belief really is. All I can do is watch in amazement as this guy leads thousands down a path of pain and disappointment once they realize how idiotic they were to buy into this load of crap. I know – I used to call myself a Christian and even taught Sunday school. It took years before I realized I believed in a made-up fairy tale. Once I started asking myself hard questions and seeking the answers outside the “church”, the masquerade just melted away and I became free at last from a fear-based based system. It’s not faith that drives the church, it’s FEAR. Fear of an angry god who demands to be worshiped without ever giving even a sliver of evidence that he exists. That’s because he doesn’t – at least not the way mankind has imagined their own respective gods to be.

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    Bruce Weaver September 28, 2016 at 10:21 PM

    I reccomend everyone listen to this podcast with Howard Bloom. It really puts both Corey Goode and David Wilcoks in perspective. You see its all about ATTENTION. We want to believe so much that we listen to elaborate stories. I agree with other Commentor that they are both working on the backs of the Disclosure by Dr. Greer, but you see the difference is Dr. Greer is offering solid testimony by 100s of people but he is not telling crazy stories. Its sad to see such stories being told by Corey Goode. Its like what they say in the GURU realm you will get the wisdom and teacher you yourself are inline with and at the level of reality.

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    Ahau October 7, 2016 at 1:43 PM

    Corey Goode is not for real because; Corey is supporting a Jesuit Copernicum model of the solar system that was created to diminish life on our Flat Earth, designed to prepare humanity for a false ET invasion for a New World Order run by Satanists, now being installed by the Catholic Church and Khazarian Mafia bankers via Albert Pikes WWlll.

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      Jonathan October 31, 2016 at 12:42 PM

      LMFAO!!! Love that response, Ahau!

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