David Wilcock (1973) is an American author known for promoting some pseudoscience and attempting to convince his readers that his ideas are factual.
He was under contract to Gaia TV until resigning in July 2018, claiming an abusive work environment, unfair compensation, and deceptive editing of its programs.
Wilcock claims in his book and on his website that everything from extraterrestrial visitation, 2012 phenomena to reincarnation and ancient aliens are all scientific and factual. He believes in "ancient prophecies" and how they apparently align with the "latest research in quantum physics." He wrote that in 2012 there would be a consciousness shift on Earth. It didn't happen. Or at least invariably "too subtle to register" in any case.
His current shtick is the secret space program which he and his cohort, Corey Good, attempt to explain that "blue avians" are communicating directly to them.
In his book The Source Field Investigations (2011) he advocated intelligent design and vitalism by writing that all biological life on earth emerges directly out of a hypothetical immaterial source field. Wilcock also believes he is the reincarnation of the prophetic bible thumpin' Edgar Cayce. His wife Elizabeth is offering popular psuedo classes indicating that her husband is a corporation,and making a name for herself as a "knowledgable" expert.
Part One: URGENT: Wilcock's YouTube Channel "Permanently Disabled" Due to Fake Copyright Strikes From One Individual
David Wilcock’s only official YouTube channel has been “permanently disabled” after four fake copyright strikes by a single individual, going by the name “Alec Theodore Wallace.”
Ever since December 21st, we have been writing multiple, detailed letters, to everyone we knew “on the inside” at YouTube, with our Internet attorney in the To: field, and got nothing.
Now an anonymous individual has managed to destroy David’s entire YouTube presence. His stolen videos are still online and he is earning felony Grand Theft-level profits from them.
This is punishable by up to three years in prison if he gets caught, particularly with his other crimes factored in — as we will discuss. Wild stuff.