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David Wilcock: Life, Evolution, and 2012 – Part 1/5

David Wilcock gave a talk on the Co-Creator Radio Network on April 18, 2010, which summarizes his findings to date on life in the Cosmos and the impact of 2012.

The interviewer was Dr. Robert Pease. I’d like to offer that interview in several parts for a really powerful synthesis of all the themes that are looked at on this site.


When you start looking at the fossil record, you encounter some very phenomenal results that not too many people know about.

It goes back to the late 1970s with two University of Chicago palaeontologists named David Raup and James Sepkoski.

They compiled a collection of marine fossils that comprised some 3,300 different genres. And within each of those genres, there’s many, many different species. So this is the most exhaustive fossil record that’s ever been made.

They had a problem with the fossil record when they started to look at it. They thought there had to be some kind of mistake.

This only inspired them to go further and further with it. They kept trying and trying and trying, but the mistake only got more pronounced as they kept looking.

Well, obviously, what’s the “mistake?”

The mistake is that there’s a 26-million-year cycle.

The little critters in the ocean would basically not have any morphological changes in their structure or their behaviour, and then, all of a sudden, after 26-million years, boom! Everything suddenly evolves into a new form of life.

Then more recently you have Dr. Richard Muller and Dr. Robert Rohde. They studied the same body of data and found another cycle.

Raup and Sepkoski’s cycle only goes back 250 million years, and then it stops. This cycle goes all the way back to the beginning of the entire collection – 542 million years ago.

And, if you go that far back, they find an even longer cycle, which is 62 million years in length. [ ]

So this is where is becomes really, really baffling.


Many scientists have concluded that the orbit of the galaxy is roughly 250 million years long.

If you shave it down just a little bit to 248 million years, then now the 62-million-year cycle is exactly one quarter of the time it takes us to rotate around the galaxy center. …

If you chop the circle of our orbit into quarters, and connect the dots, you get a square.

We see this geometry all over the place. This is not just something that appears in terms of the pattern of evolution in the fossil record.

I also make the argument that the 26-million-year cycle is closer to 25, and if that were true, then there’s ten of them for a 250-million-year orbital cycle of the galaxy.

A geometry with ten equally-spaced nodes along the equator is one of the basic forms we’ve identified in our investigation – called the icosahedron.

So what you’re seeing is that four-sided geometry is actually… if you can think about two Egyptian pyramids base-to-base, they actually form what most people would think of as diamond-shaped objects. It’s going to have four corners around the equator.

If you stuck it inside a sphere and then you looked at the points that it would appear on the equator, if you had these pyramids base-to-base that look like a diamond shape, there’re going to be four equally-spaced nodes along the equator.

And so, sure enough, those ten nodes in the icosahedron are kind of up and down. None of them are right on the equator; they’re all about, I forget what the exact number of degrees. I think it’s 30 degrees above and below the equator, roughly speaking.

As we go through the galaxy, our whole solar system is actually see-sawing up and down. They calculate that it’s about 64 million years long, which is very close to the 62-million-year cycle in the fossil record.

So, that 64-million-year see-sawing has actually been proposed by some scientists as an explanation for why we see this cyclical evolution in the fossil record.

Well, here’s the deal.


We’ve gone in and we’ve found out that Russian scientists, such as Dr. Peter Gariaev, can take the eggs from a salamander, shine a laser through them and redirect that laser light with all the salamander DNA in it, whatever that frequency is, into frog eggs.

The frog eggs actually recombine their DNA… their whole genetic material metamorphoses into salamander DNA.

And what you now have is a salamander that has been transformed out of frog eggs using the raw material in the frog eggs. That species then has no reference-point to a frog whatsoever.

It completely and totally behaves like a salamander in every way. There’s no sign of it ever having been a frog at all. It can breed with other salamanders and they can have babies, and those babies are salamanders.

So what this proposes, really, is we now have a way to argue that the DNA can be retooled from one form into another energetically. What we’re seeing, is of course, that there are these even cycles of time in which this appears to be happening in the galaxy.

So that gives us reason to believe that human life of Earth is not some random accident.


One of the two co-discoverers of the DNA molecule, Dr. Francis Crick, actually conducted a study with Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe, the guy who’s talking about Panspermia Theory.

They basically came to the conclusion that all of this dust that you see around us in the galaxy, if you look at the light signature that it gives off, is very similar, if not identical, to bacteria.

So they said that in the future it will be common knowledge to everyone that life is as plentiful and abundant as any other type of substance in the universe. It’s completely common to see it.

So, when you start to see the geometry that is actually underlying quantum mechanics, that’s another big secret. The same geometry I’m talking about that affects us as we go through the galaxy can also be seen.


Of course, on the Earth, there’s the global grid, which is a hypothetical grid of twelve nodes that was originally discovered by Dr. Ivan T Sanderson in the late 1960s.

He published about it in 1971 in a paper called “The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around The World” in Argosy Magazine.

What he found ties in with all this geometry very nicely.

He found that if you look for things like disappearances of ships on the oceans, or airplanes through the air, through all known aviation and marine history, they all clustered into twelve key spots around the world.

What’s weird is that these twelve spots are totally equidistant from each other. They’re all in a precise geometric relationship to one another, and that’s the same geometry I was just telling you about.

In this case, it’s the icosahedron once again.


So you have these ten nodes that show up around the equator, like I was saying with the galaxy. The energy field we’re passing through is causing the fossil record to do its thing.

It also shows up on Earth, and if you go near these points at the wrong time of the year at the wrong alignment, you can actually warp out of physical reality entirely.

So obviously, I’ve been doing a lot of research on this stuff. One of the conclusions I’ve come to is that these geometries literally correspond to gateways between space and time.

And to get more specific about it, there are certain cases that don’t happen very often, and when they do happen, they’re usually misinterpreted as if they were UFO sightings.


There are certain cases where gravitation spontaneously transforms into electromagnetism. Now, the reason why that matters, of course, is that when you get a gravity-gate like that, you are now able to draw electrical energy out of gravity.

So, when you create a machine that actually can duplicate this process of essentially creating a gravitational field, you also create seemingly limitless amounts of free energy at the same time.

It’s actually kind of difficult in some cases to design a machine that can generate free energy that isn’t also going to want to lift off the table at the same time that you make it. [laughs]

RP: Right.

DW: So that is actually… that system is what’s powering the interior of the Earth; it’s what’s powering the sun.

The sun, if it was built on a hydrogen explosion model, would consume all of its fuel within about three years. That’s what some scientists have concluded.

The whole idea of how stable the stars are and how they can keep cranking out all this energy — it completely baffles the mind. There’re a lot of mysteries out there.


Getting back to the core premise that I said was the rabbit-hole here: we’re getting back to the idea that the galaxy is actually a sentient being. DNA is plentiful throughout the galaxy – hence the bacteria-like dust you see everywhere.

That evolution on Earth is occurring according to a patterned process which would then imply that the human being, the human design, is certainly not the result of a bunch of stupid random mutations that happened once in a universe on this planet.

They are, in fact, very abundant. Human life is the common thread that links the galaxy together.

(For Part 2, see

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  1. salim fuad suna permalink
    August 20, 2010 3:29 am

    This man is is something else. I am sure he incarnated on earth for the benefit of humanity. David, I love you. You are atypical case of Christ consciousness.

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