In a letter of resignation that's now circulating the web, Wilcock spells out in precise detail why he's leaving the company, explaining that he doesn't endorse its pro-Lucifer agenda.
An online video series known as "Ancient Civilizations," in which Wilcock is featured, apparently tries to convince viewers that God is evil and Lucifer, or Satan, is actually God – a blasphemous position that Wilcock says he absolutely doesn't endorse.
But Gaia featured him in Season 1, Episode 1 of "Ancient Civilizations" anyway, without informing him as to the message and intent of the episode.
"[Gaia] ... attempted to upload a video to my YouTube channel that aggressively promotes Luciferianism – namely S1E1 of Ancient Civilizations – even while Gaia supposedly has a policy of 'no religion,' at least for my fellow colleagues and me," Wilcox explains in the letter.
"I was tricked into participating in a very religious program that I do not want to have any affiliation with. This show is literally saying that God is Evil and Lucifer is God – who (ahem) also happens to be a reptilian alien. Seriously?"
You can read Wilcock's full letter of resignation at this link.
It's just one of many complaints about Gaia that Wilcock describes in pertinent detail in his letter of resignation, which also highlights prolific abuse by the company against not only himself but also several of his fellow truth-seekers – many of whom were basically homeless while Gaia made millions off of their talent.
One such individual is Emery Smith, a friend of Wilcock who was apparently deceived into thinking that he would be given a high-paying position with a signing bonus, production fee advance, and other perks of he moved to Boulder, Colorado to work with Gaia. But none of this came to fruition.
Wilcock himself was also offered a "finders' fee" for recruiting new "insiders" into the Gaia network – money that he says he never saw, despite the incredible risks that he and his colleagues assumed by joining up with Gaia.
"It is an absolute legal fact that each of these people only came forward because they trusted me, and they were severely mistreated by this company," Wilcock writes.
But most disturbing to Wilcock is how his name and reputation have been tarnished by Gaia due to the company's shady business practices. Wilcock repeatedly emphasizes in his letter that his own life and the lives of others have been put on the line by Gaia, and that the company's executives have acted as though they couldn't care less.
"The potential damage to my career, reputation and physical safety from the existence of 'Ancient Civilizations' on the Gaia network is massive, as I have been very outspoken in the public eye against Luciferianism, and will continue to do so..." he says.
"In my opinion, 'Ancient Civilizations' is Luciferian propaganda disguised as entertainment. Luciferianism is the religion of the elite globalist group I oppose. Luciferianism is commonly used as an excuse for pedophilia, human sacrifice, cannibalism and genocidal aspirations, among other very unsavory things."
So where does it all go from here? If Gaia agrees, Wilcock plans to terminate his agreement and partnership with the company immediately, which he says will be good both for his own career as well as for Gaia.
Wilcock is also asking that pertinent footage of his friend Pete Peterson, who is now reportedly on his death bed, be released by Gaia and made public. This footage concerns so-called "disclosure," which Gaia has thus far censored by hiding it away in its footage archives, where it has yet to see the light of day.
"I captured Pete Peterson's entire life story in a series of episodes for Cosmic Disclosure in August 2016, only to be told by Gaia management that they will be buried indefinitely," Wilcock says.
"Pete is now drugged and on his deathbed in a nursing home, after having had a stroke, and is no longer mentally or physically capable of performing an interview ever again."
Wilcock has even agreed to remove any incriminating footage that might paint Gaia in a negative light because, as he emphasizes in his letter, he doesn't have any interest in crusading against Gaia. To the contrary, he simply wants to part ways in a peaceful manner and move on with his life.
"There is an honorable way for the Company to conclude our professional relationship, and restoring the only footage of Pete's public testimony would be a huge leap forward for Disclosure," he concludes.
"If Pete's footage is not released, then Gaia is directly obstructing disclosure from a very high-ranking, genuine insider who will soon be dead."
Supporters of Wilcock who are equally outraged by the company's insidious behavior are already starting to unsubscribe en masse. Some are even calling on him to start up his own video network, to which they can redirect their $10 per month subscriptions rather than give this money to Gaia.
"Gaia has protected itself in my contract if my reputation were to be significantly damaged in the public eye," Wilcock says. "By color of law, those same legal rights should extend to me in the event that the Company's own reputation becomes significantly damaged. This is precisely what is now happening."
Be sure to read his full letter at this link.
You can also learn more about Wilcock's work by visiting DivineCosmos.com.
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