Season 7, Episode 13
David Wilcock: All right, welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock, and I’m here with Corey Goode, and in this episode we are bringing you none other than John Lear, the son of the inventor of the Learjet. And in this first segment, you’re going to see him share his background with you.
So without further ado, I bring you John Lear.
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John Lear: You know, my dad was Bill Lear, and he developed the Learjet. And I was really totally involved in aviation from the beginning. And I flew for different airlines all over the world.
And in 1985, I started getting interested in this UFO thing, which I didn’t believe in.
There’s a reunion here every once in a while, or every couple of years, here in Las Vegas of Southeast Asia pilots. And [i]talking to one of the guys, and he mentioned that he’d been stationed at Bentwaters.
And I said, “Oh, that’s where that saucer supposedly landed.”
And he said, “No, not supposedly, it did. I didn’t see it, but I know the guys who did.”
And so I said, “You mean this stuff is real?”
And that’s what started me on all this. And then everything I’d run into got me a little bit further.
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David: All right. In our next segment, we’re going to get into some of the real meat of this, where we have a classic case in UFO literature.
I found out about this I think even before the Internet, because for me, prior to the age of the Internet, you would have to go to the bookstore, and you’d look for the new UFO books. And, of course, all that information is about a year out of date.
But one of the names that came up in those books was always Bob Lazar. Who is Bob Lazar? You’re going to find out right now in this next segment. Let’s take a look.
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BEGINNINGS OF AN INSIDER
John Lear: His name was Gene Huff, the appraiser, and we were talking about UFOs.
And Bob Lazar was sitting there rolling his eyes, and he said, “You guys are nuts.” He said, “I worked at Los Alamos. If there had been anything secret like that, I would have known.”
And I’ve heard that so many times. It’s incredibly ignorant people that say, “I would have known.” Ha, ha, ha.
Anyway, during the rest of the summer, we gave Bob enough information that he could check with his friends that still worked at Los Alamos to find out that, well, yeah, something is going on because they do know a lot of stuff.
So he called up Dr. Teller, who he had met at Los Alamos, and said he wanted to re-enter the scientific field. And Teller said, “Do you want to work with me at Livermore here in California, or do you want to work in Nevada?”
Bob said, “I want to work at Area 51.”
Teller said, “Okay, let me get back with you.”
So this was in October of ’88, and Bob then, over the next several weeks, got three interviews.
And he’d go down to EG&G, which is Edgerton, Germeshausen, and Grier, and there was a panel, and they interviewed him.
And he aced all the interviews. I mean, he was just right up with everything they wanted to know as far as scientific, and where he’d been, and what he’d studied in college and all that kind of stuff.
The second interview, their first question was, what’s your relationship with John Lear? And what else do you do with John?…Continue Reading →
This article (Cosmic Disclosure: Pushing the Limits of Disclosure with John Lear) was originally published on Sphere Being Alliance and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.