David Wilcock is a fraud. The actor that plays the David Wilcock character is also the actor that plays Gary Johnson, the former two-term Governor of New Mexico and who recently ran for the 2012 presidential campaign.
The biographical information on David Wilcock on his own site is suspiciously sparse just like the Wikipedia page. But we do have quite a bit of information on Gary Johnson, a businessman who made it big in construction in New Mexico, then went on to spend his time climbing mountains. No, seriously, it’s right there on the Wikipedia page:
“Johnson is an avid triathlete who bikes extensively and abstains from all recreational drug use, caffeine, alcohol, and some sugar products. During his term in office, he competed in several triathlons, marathons and bike races. He competed three times (1993, 1997, 1999) as celebrity invitee at the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii, registering his best time for the 2.4-mile (3.9 km) swim, 112-mile (180 km) bike ride, and 26.2-mile (42.2 km) marathon run in 1999 with 10 hours, 39 minutes and 16 seconds. He once ran 100 miles (160 km) in 30 consecutive hours in the Rocky Mountains. On May 30, 2003, he reached the summit of Mount Everest “despite toes blackened with frostbite.” He has also climbed three more of the Seven Summits: Mount Elbrus,Mount McKinley, and Mount Kilimanjaro—the tallest peaks in Europe, North America, and Africa respectively. On October 12, 2005, Johnson was involved in a near fatal paragliding accident when his wing got caught in a tree and he fell approximately 50 feet to the ground. Johnson suffered multiple bone fractures, including a burst fracture to his T12 vertebrae, a broken rib, and a broken knee. He used medicinal marijuana for pain control from 2005 to 2008″
I suspect a lot of lies mixed with truth here, but I’m sure the medical marijuana part is true. How else would his other character, Wilcock, come up with so many bizarre theories in the last few years? Especially, the one about being the reincarnation of Edgar Cayce. LOL. Here are some more of Wilcock’s claims:
– He said the ascension was going to happen by the year 2000
– He claims to be Ra, Edgar Cayce and Pythagoras reincarnate
– He said we would experience first contact in October 2008, and that full disclosure would happen by the end of 2009
– He associates with Project Camelot and now Benjamin Fulford, who have almost zero credibility to anyone who has been studying fringe/conspiracy topics for more than a couple of years
– His books simply rehash old information that has been floating around on the internet and in books released over the past two+ decades, that, again, any conspiracy researcher who is not a total noob has already read before.