Cosmic Disclosure Season 3 – Episode 9: Ubuntu and the Blue Avians’ Message Part 2 – Summary and Analysis | Corey Goode and David Wilcock | Stillness in the Storm

Corey Goode and David Wilcock are joined again by Michael Tellinger, continuing their discussion of Ubuntu and Contributionism.

Goode stated in part one of this series, that the SSP Alliance Council mentioned Tellinger and the Ubuntu system by name as tools that will help transition humanity into a golden age of abundance and freedom.

The SSP Alliance has advanced technologies available that they intend to provide to all of humanity at the same time, which will level the playing field and render the current financial system based on scarcity, fraud and slavery obsolete.

But is this practical? Can humanity really be expected to manage all the complexities of society without money?

To most people unaware of the whole truth regarding the financial system, the answer is an unequivocal no. By way of indoctrination, most of us have unquestionably maintained a belief that money is an integral part of human life, that society cannot function without it, and that if we didn’t have money, no one would be motivated to do anything. For those who still espouse these perspectives, this episode will be quite revealing.

Tellinger has spent over 11 years learning about and answering frequently asked questions regarding a moneyless society founded on abundance. What he reveals is that many of the concerns people have are sourced directly from their indoctrinative programming, and they are crucial to address so we can move forward as a people.

Tellinger says that in a contributionist system, there are no rich and poor people, just abundant people, essentially everyone is rich. Everyone contributes creative energy and everyone benefits from what is produced. This is in contradiction to the current system which provides a way for certain people to benefit from the labors of others, while not contributing anything personally themselves. These people are of course the elite who stand on the backs of “‘the less fortunate.'”

Tellinger address the laziness concern, wherein it is supposed that in a moneyless world no one will want to work. A contributionist system is based on everyone participating in the production goods and services for all, which means that the time needed from each person is much less, only about three hours a week according to one figure. The freedom of time in this model allows each individual to foster their unique passions, which naturally evolve into productive ventures that benefit the community.

There are many other practical concerns addressed in the following episode.

Summing up Ubuntu, it is essentially a system based on nature. A system based on fostering the individual to be the best they can be, honoring their sovereignty and unselfishly providing support for their passions. Contributionism makes this possible, by efficiently providing a venue for everyone to contribute their unique creative energies that serve to benefit all.

For me, I was very inspired to hear that the SSP Alliance Council considers contributionism to be the way of the future. Given it is a model based off of nature, I couldn’t agree more.

I have been studying the monetary system and contemplating a better way of living based on abundance for many years. I actually had to restrain myself in commenting on this episode because there were so many things to discuss. That being said, I did offer several expanded sections of discussion below. Hopefully, these will help others in comprehending the mechanics of how a moneyless society, based on unselfishness and abundance for all, can work.

Nature’s been doing it for billions of years, why would we think our planet is any different?

For part one of this series, see the below-linked article.

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About the show –
Show Description:

In this special presentation, Michael Tellinger returns to expand upon the Ubuntu philosophy and how it meshes with the message from the Blue Avians. We are nearing a time when we need to transition into a new way of life that is beneficial for all life on Earth. Ubuntu philosophy, as favored by the ranking members of the alliance, may be the means of reaching humanity’s utopian future.

This interview with David Wilcock was originally webcast March 1, 2016.

Summarized notes will be in black, with my commentary in [green bolded brackets]. Alterations to the transcript for ease of reading will be in [brackets], but the original content of the dialog is always maintained. The images with black letter boxing were captured from this episode on Gaia TV.
Transcribed by Hugues. Commentary by Justin Deschamps.

DW = David Wilcock, CG = Corey Goode, MT = Michael Tellinger.


  • DW – Alright, welcome back to Cosmic Disclosure. I’m your host, David Wilcock and I’m here with the insider’s insider, Corey Goode. [He] has claimed to be working with the Secret Space Program, which has a very interesting view about our future. They have technology that could eliminate the need for us to have a financial system because if you need anything, you can just hit a button, and you manifest it right out of these replicators. The interesting thing now is with this special edition episode, we’ve also brought in Michael Tellinger. [He] was specifically named by the Space Program Alliance because [of the] Ubuntu contributionism system, they said, is a blueprint for an entirely new way of living on Earth that will be in much greater harmony. Where the goods and services that we need can come about in a loving, co-creative fashion, rather than in one that involves destructive competition. So Michael, welcome to the show.
  • MT – Thank you David for that wonderful introduction!
  • DW – Alright! Well, I want to play the lawyer for a second.
  • MT – Please do.
  • DW – I want to fan away these clouds of love that you all have been smoking.
  • MT – Yes… <all three smiling and laughing>


  • DW – And I want to deal with some things that the haters [have said]. I’m going to come at you with [this] because you’re going to be put on trial!
  • MT – Oh yeah. And David, can say to you that I’ve heard this [kind of thing] for eleven years now. <laughing>
  • DW – Well, I got to give these guys their voice.
  • MT – Welcome to the trial.
  • DW – They can’t speak through the camera. I got to do their voice for you.
  • MT – Yeah, of course. Yeah.
  • DW – Every kid in America is indoctrinated with [the history of] Jamestown. The first people that came to America had this idea where we’re going to grow food and it’s going to be amazing. What happened was that all these wealthy landowners came over here and they refused to work the land. And they starved to death because, well, [they were thinking,] “Somebody else is going to do the work. I don’t want to do the work.” So this is the rationale that we’ve all been brainwashed with —indoctrinated with — but people believe it… [They think,] if you don’t have a competitive capitalist system that [instills this] need for money, the need to earn [a living] and to procure money, you will starve. [It] is the only thing that lances the boil of human selfishness and greed. [so we are told,] that would otherwise make people want to live off of others and not contribute to the system. How do you address that?
  • MT – Well, once again, that statement comes from within a capitalist system. The moment you don’t have money, where that doesn’t even enter the equation, everything changes. When you start working in a structure of collaboration and cooperation, and not in competition…
  • CG – Or entitlement. 
  • MT – Or entitlement, exactly! “I’m entitled to [have] people working for me…” and all that. This is thousands of years of indoctrination. This is why [we must] deprogram the average person from the way that [we’ve been taught to] think… We’re all born into the capitalist system. We’re all born into thinking democracy is [our] savior. No, democracy is just a bullying tactic. It’s not the saving grace. [Entitlement consciousness and false ownership are a huge part of the problem I think. As was discussed in the previous episode’s analysis, the consciousness or context with which we understand our relationship to money, are primary factors in determining how it is used and what impact it has on the world, parasitic or symbiotic. 
Before we get too deep into the discussion, let me discuss some items of interest that relate to this episode.
Fictional Ownership
One of the things that a financial system does is create fictional concepts of ownership. Without representations of value (money), real things are the only things available to measure value and a things worth, such as: fruit, vegetables, water, houses, machinery, products, services and so on, all of which have a unique value to each individual. But once money enters the equation, a population is at risk of mistaking it for things of real value, when it is only ever a representation. At this point, money begins to take on more importance than the things it was designed to represent, it starts to separate us from reality itself. From here, a version of fictional ownership can be slowly programmed into ……..

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Source: Cosmic Disclosure Season 3 – Episode 9: Ubuntu and the Blue Avians’ Message Part 2 – Summary and Analysis | Corey Goode and David Wilcock | Stillness in the Storm

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