David Wilcock: All right. Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock, and we have a special surprise for you: the insider who I referred to as Paul. And I can reveal for the first time that his name is Emery Smith.
And you may know him if you ever saw the movie, “Sirius”.
Emery, welcome to the show.
Emery Smith: Oh, thanks Dave. I’m so excited to be here – 10 years in the making of working with you and establishing a great relationship.
And basically, you’re the reason that a lot of my progression in this field of undisclosed information has been brought to me.
And at the same time, it’s time now to bring it forward, which, thanks for helping me get to that point, because, as you know, for the past three to five years, I was kind of just holding onto it.
David: Now, in the movie “Sirius”, . . .
David: . . . there is an autopsy of a little, six-inch tall, apparently extraterrestrial body.
David: Who, in the movie, is doing that autopsy?
Emery: I was Vice President for CSETI for about five years, and what had happened was there was this being, of course, that was taken over by a civilian lab in Spain.
And the government actually did have it before anyone else, but no one knows about that.
Emery: So the thing was, the people I was working with in CSETI decided it would be a great idea to go over here, and “let’s do an autopsy, and let’s get some DNA, because if you get some DNA, well, that outrules everything. And let’s get a major university to do it.”
So being through my background, working with tissue from un-Earth origin in these compartmentalized programs – I’ve seen over 3,000 of these things – that it was just a winner for me to be the person to go do the autopsy on the senior team.
And I was definitely also assisted by Dr. Steven Greer and Dr. Jan Bravo.
So they were, of course, the physicians there witnessing this and helping me harvest this tissue.
David: I don’t think anybody will forgive me if we don’t talk, at least in this first episode we’ll get started, about how you came to have multiple medical doctorate-level knowledge from classified military programs.
Emery: Well, I . . .
David: So can we talk about what you did in the military with this unusual biology?
Emery: Yeah, sure. You know, it all started, actually, when I joined the military at an early age. I was what they call a 90252. I don’t think they still use those codes anymore.
But it had to do with being like a surgical technician – just a person who hands instruments to the physician.
Emery: And I was also a paramedic and a surgical first assist, and then I became a teacher for that very quickly – overnight.
And then when I moved to Kirtland Air Force Base, they offered me a special, what we call “moonlighting job”, they call it.
And I was still a kid, you understand. I was very young, but I was very intelligent and very mature for my age at that time.
And I was fascinated when they were putting me in charge of million dollar equipment that not normal people would be able to even utilize or even . . . it’s not even ready for . . . even to be used for civilians yet.
Emery: So that lured me into working this . . . Okay, “Well, we’re going to say you’re THIS, Sergeant Smith, but you’re really going to be doing THIS. But you’re still going to be getting paid.”
And I said, “Okay.”
So, basically, I’m working for civilian, compartmentalized programs, but I’m an active duty service member. And it worked out.
I know there was a lot of . . . I could tell that the people that I was working for in the operating rooms there, it was like, “Well, why is Smith always leaving every day at noon? Where does he go?”
“Oh, he has a knee issue. He has to go to physical therapy.”
So down the chain of command, they knew something was going on, but they also had to keep it justifiable, in a way, until “let’s get him out of here, and let’s go full-time with this, basically, dissecting tissues of unknown origin.”
And that’s where I got sucked in and was just getting obsessed with what I was doing.
David: And you said this was Kirtland Air Force Base?
Emery: Yes, this was Kirtland Air Force Base, where I . . .
Yes, that’s where I started.
David: Where is that?
Emery: Albuquerque, New Mexico. I was not just working there, I was moonlighting doing this other stuff after hours, and that had to do with Sandia and Los Alamos labs.
David: Sandia. Okay.
Emery: Yeah, Sandia Labs is another secured location on Kirtland Air Force Base.
Emery: Yeah. It’s like a base within a base that goes underground many, many stories.
David: So let’s start to break into this a little bit.
David: And I’ve talked to you about this . . . I’ve gotten bits and pieces of this from you over a decade now.
David: And as time has gone on, you’ve been able to share more. You’ve been authorized to tell me more. So let’s just put this on the record right now.
Can you confirm that you have been authorized to disclose what we’re talking about now? That this is officially okay at this time?
Emery: My NDA [non-disclosure agreement] has expired, but I am still . . . I am not going to talk about something that I don’t feel comfortable talking about if I don’t believe it’s something that would put you or me in harm until that comes.
But what I’m saying now, I believe, is going to be fine.
Emery: I’ve not been threatened ever for any of that. The only time I was ever threatened is when I brought the DNA back from Atacama from Spain, illegally, from Barcelona.
And I thought when the government, when I was getting threatened, and they tried three assassination attempts on me, . . .
David: I remember.
Emery: It was very horrifying. I thought it was because that I took the DNA from, you know, over there, brought it here, and snuck it to Stanford, and it had nothing to do with that.
It had to do with someone getting upset with me because I resigned and then putting three compartmentalized labs that, during my work with this group, had their own team, their own wet teams, we call them, to come and do the little dirty work. [A “wet team” is an assassination team.]
But I was able to get out of that, thank goodness, to help from, actually, the U.S. government. And some military and CIA officials, Army and CIA officials, really helped out and turned around and threatened back.
And it was not only me, but it was also another colleague of mine that were working on that Ata [Atacama] being. And it was . . . Immediately, everything stopped. And I thought they just told me when I was taken to the wet room, because I was escaping where I was in Florida, getting all these threats.
They just flew me right there, next thing you know. And I just said, “What did I do? Why am I here?”
And they just . . .
David: Now, just so people . . . in case they don’t know, the “wet room” has got tile on the walls, the floor, a drain in the middle of the floor, and the “wet” is your blood, basically.
Emery: Yeah. It’s equipped, you know . . . This is where they take people and kill them, and it’s an easy clean up. You’ve got a nice, big drain, a bunch of hoses.
Emery: And a huge disinfectant system.
David: And you knew what this was when they took you into it.
David: And you were very intimidated.
Emery: I’ve seen different types of wet rooms, not for humans, but for other things and other compartmentalized projects, but never in Washington, D.C.
So they just said, “You violated your contract.”
And I said, “Before you kill me, could you please show me and tell me where I violated my contract, and I’ll be happy with that.”
I said, “You know EVERYTHING about me. You have your own satellite on me. You know every phone, text message. You know everything.” Everything is bugged. It’s like, what did I do? Just tell me.
And eight hours later, I was sweating in this room, and they came back. They said, “We’re very sorry, Mr. Smith. It was an internal problem, and you will never have to worry about that again. We apologize.”
Emery: And it was a really beautiful moment, because the first time that I felt like the Alliance of people in there were trying to protect me or trying to do something positive, besides expose me or hurt my family or, you know . . .
David: You go to Sandia, . . .
David: . . . and . . .
Emery: Well, I’m already living there on the base.
Emery: I already have my own place on the base. And I work at a hospital off the base. The VA [Veterans Administration] Kirtland Air Force Base Hospital is actually off-base, which is odd.
And don’t forget, Kirtland Air Force Base is the fifth largest base in the world, and that’s where they used to hide the nukes in the mountains.
David: Oh, wow!
Emery: And I’ve shown my handlers and people just flying over there to see the doors – those giant doors. But they’re not used for that anymore. They’re used for other things.
David: Well, we have New Mexico and Nevada near each other. And, of course, we have Area 51 in Nevada.
Emery: They’re all connected.
David: So have you ever ridden the sub-shuttle system?
Emery: Only from Sandia to Los Alamos, and I might have went to Dulce and back, but I don’t know where it stopped . . .
Emery: . . . because they had to do something. There’s four of them, and . . .
David: Four of what?
Emery: These maglev-type trains.
Emery: But from what I just recently heard, they’re all upgraded, updated and completely different – more like a vacuum-tube magnetic thing.
Emery: And that’s some other stuff I worked with. Just because of the tissue regeneration stuff I was involved with, a lot of the craft, . . . that I was brought into different projects to look at the craft, because the craft are actually alive.
David: Oh, wow!
David: The craft were alive.
Emery: The craft were alive, and they were conscious. Yes.
David: This is similar to what we heard from David Adair, where he described going to Area 51 and seeing this power system that was actually a living being.
David: But it was this very large thing that had like . . . It looked like a skeleton over the surface of it. It had tissue components, but it also had technology components. It was some weird blend of technology . . .
Emery: That’s right. It’s right. It also . . . And that’s already started. And I was part of that movement too, where we formulated tissue into titanium. It’s called osseointegration.
Emery: Yeah. So that’s a good one to get into at some point because that’s what led us in the underground projects to say, “Man, if we can have tissue and titanium to be together, and I can make your bone tissue and titanium, you’re going to be pretty strong, Dave. It’s going to be hard for me to break that bone.”
And then add stem cells to that and platelet-rich plasma, which increases bone density up to, sometimes, 10 times.
Emery: Your own bone. Keep that in mind.
David: So that sounds a lot like “Wolverine” in the “X-men” movies.
Emery: Absolutely. So yeah, that’s osseointegration, where they just, basically, you know, made him all these steel protective plates, but he also had a super ability to heal very quickly.
Emery: And that’s the secret. That’s what they all want to know: how do we have no downtime?
And now not do we not have any downtime, . . . and not just for the super soldier programs I was part of. I’m talking about the soldier programs that you don’t hear about – the more upper-level Cabal, Majestic-type secret corporation levels, where they’re trying to anti-age you.
And now that this new protein has just been discovered, A2M, Alpha 2 Macro Globulin, holy moly.
Emery: They just . . . They just turned back time.
And now that that’s out, I can tell you right now, probably in 5 to 10 years – it will probably take 10 years for the FDA . . . What this does is it’s a protease inhibitor, which means it blocks all inflammation. So the body can heal itself.
Emery: See, everything you have that you need to survive forever, or for a very long time, is already in your body. The problem is these fields around us and these . . . the foods we eat. Everything is poisoned.
Emery: So it makes us have inflammation. And I don’t care if you’re in a car accident, or if you have a disease, it all starts with inflammation.
Now, if I can stop inflammation, your body will heal itself naturally.
David: Hmm. That’s very exciting.
Emery: Very exciting. And that by the way, that A2M, I did not discover that. I was just part of a project that specialized in that, and that’s how I learned it all.
Emery: And so I’m so excited now. It’s here for the civilians, and it’s all over.
David: Right. So let’s talk about how you got started with extraterrestrial biology. Were you aware at first that you were autopsying ETs?
David: How did they do that?
Emery: They . . . ha, ha . . . and it was really funny, too, because the entrance to where I was going was Sandia Labs, but it wasn’t like in their compound. It was another little building. But it goes down 30 some floors…