Cosmic Disclosure: ET Detention and Interrogation

David Wilcock: All right. Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. We’re here with Emery Smith and Corey Goode.

And in this episode, we’re going to be talking about extraterrestrial detention facilities.

Emery, welcome back.

Emery Smith: Oh, thanks. Excited to be here.

David: And, Corey, thanks for being here.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: We have talked in the past about this Intercept and Interrogate Program that you were involved in, Corey.

So, in case someone isn’t aware of what that is, could you please summarize that for us briefly now?

Corey: Yeah. It’s a program that is, in part, similar to “Men in Black”.

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What this Intercept and Interrogation Program does is that if an intruder flies into our system, doesn’t give a friend or foe signal, and is intercepted, they are taken from their ship.

Or what happens in most cases is that ETs have made it to the Earth and are here secretly blending in as one of us.

And this group will go in and retrieve the people that are here – we call the ETs “people” – the people that are here without permission, bring them up to a certain station, and their interrogations would begin to find out what was going on.

This group also operated as a police force for the non-terrestrial groups that were here with permission.

They helped keep them apart. And when they had issues, they acted like police.

David: Now, the program you were in, Corey, is called Solar Warden. A warden would be like somebody working in a prison or jail. Is there any relationship with that name?

Corey: Yes. The mandate of Solar Warden was to police our Solar System. That was the main mandate.

They had also a program to establish bases on the closest stars in our local star cluster. But, yeah . . . that’s . . . That was their mandate.

David: Emery, you claim to have autopsied over 3,000 different biological specimens.

Emery: Correct – specimens.

David: Did you see any that looked enough like humans that they could be here on Earth in that program?

Emery: They look just like us. They smell like us. They walk like us. They’re just . . . Their IQ is higher. They’re a lot more conscious than we are.

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And they can easily fit into any place on the planet, regardless of language or religion or, you know, the finances of that country, we’ll say.

So they don’t have to have a lot of money to survive here. They can live like a poor person, or they could live like a rich person, or just a regular person.

David: You’ve been involved in a variety of different ops programs. The one that you and I talked about the most over the last 10 years was these autopsies.

Emery: Yes.

David: Did you get into other programs later on where you were aware that certain of these human ETs were here on Earth?

Emery: Yes. And what had happened was some of the extraterrestrials that we were working on in the lab and doing dissections and whatnot, some of these full-bodied humans, extraterrestrials, would come in, and they would be very badly beaten, where subdermal hematomas from being hit in the back of their head, looks like they were tortured, sometimes many broken bones.

And we don’t . . . I didn’t find out till later on that these beings were actually coming from a prison or a withholding cell [holding cell] of some sort and were being interrogated.

And this is probably what, you know . . .

Corey: Yeah, it sounds . . .

Emery: Because it was after that they would probably come and send them . . . because they’re just a corpse at that time.

So I’m just assuming, after hearing your testimony, that this was what we were receiving, because usually, they’re in pretty good shape unless they were, you know, shot down or something.

And these were obviously beaten to death.

Corey: Yeah, we can mention this a little bit later, but, you know, I also received . . . When I was on the research vessel, I received specimens that we passed on. I can talk about how we did that, if it relates.

Emery: Right.

Corey: A lot of times, the individuals that were being interrogated just died of stress and trauma from the process. It was very disturbing. But they were tagged and sent for study afterwards.

Emery: Right. We had a few come in that they actually starved to death.

So I’m not sure what happened, but they were definitely . . . they starved to death.

Corey: Yeah, well, there’s prisons that they have for them, some of them, where they bring them, like a conventional prison.

That’s where they need to further interrogate them for a while, get more information, or have them to trade off or to pass off.

Emery: Right.

Corey: Fairly recently, I was given an extensive, I guess, viewing and tour of the Lunar Operation Command. And it connected to two other commands.

The Lunar Operation Command they call LOC Alpha, and below ground, in these lava tubes, are two more, called LOC Bravo and Charlie.

And LOC Charlie has a research facility that’s cryogenics. And one of the floors of that is a storage facility for some of these beings that they put into stasis.

Emery: Right. There’s a huge one of those where I worked – I’ll say a large cryo morgue – where these are kept, you know, in the hundreds, before they go into the lab.

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There’s always enough bodies and there’s always enough specimens. It’s like an unlimited amount. It’s like they can’t keep up with it.

There’s just so many going on, you know, hundreds of these rooms that I’ve worked in there that people are working on.

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One of the things that happened one time, we did get a bunch of bodies. And they were completely ripped apart and burned. And they stopped doing this.

They were using the military with giant C-130s and Hercules to transport bodies to different labs around the world. And one crashed.

And then they stopped doing it, because civilians arrived on the scene and saw all these different creatures and different . . .

Corey: Do you recall when and where?

Emery: That was in 1994. Yeah.

Corey: Hm.

Emery: And this year . . .

David: And where was it?

Emery: I don’t know where it was. I have no idea. I just know the whole background story because we were actually briefed on it, and because the tissue changes when it burns.

Corey: Uh-huh.

Emery: So you have to be really careful not to take that tissue.

David: Do you know what they did with the witnesses once those people saw this? Were they terminated? Or . . .

Emery: Yeah, I heard the witnesses were threatened. And I know there was one witness that was terminated on site.

David: Because they just couldn’t handle it? They were going to talk? Or . . .

Emery: I think . . .

Corey: Or they saw one thing they weren’t supposed to.

Emery: Yeah, I think it was more of that. And they were snooping around and actually taking things from the site.

David: Oh, wow!

Emery: I mean, from the crash site. Yeah.

David: So what do they use instead of a C-130 now?

Emery: Oh, everything’s done underground. Everything is through the maglev tube system or other systems that they have for transport down there.

Corey: Hm.

David: Could you describe what this cryo storage facility would look like, this cryo morgue?

Emery: Oh, yeah, sure. Ah, I’ve seen it many times.

It’s basically . . . I’m trying to think of a movie, maybe, that could relate to that.

Well, think of that “Matrix” scene, you know, all those bodies sitting in there, but these are all up and down, okay? And most of them are up and down, but some of them are at like a 45°.

And if you walk into this area, it’s about five stories high, okay? It’s below freezing in there.

And each one of these containers are a different size. They’re not always all the same size because of the different specimens.

We have vacuum-sealed containers that are just this big [Emery separates his hands about 12”] for very small pieces of tissue.

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The smallest one is about 12” x 6” long. It has a keypad on it, and it’s made out of glass and a special metal. And it’s vacuumed. So it has its own vacuum-suction pressure system.

And it also has a gas system, because some of these samples have to be stored in different types of gases to keep the tissue, not always just ice and . . .

Corey: I hate to interrupt, . . .

Emery: Sure.

Corey: . . . but on the research vessel, when they would bring in specimens, they would rebag them. And they would arrive in like . . . especially the smaller samples . . .

Emery: Uh-huh.

Corey: . . . would arrive in a small kind of metal box that had what looked like glass across the top.

Emery: Yeah.

Corey: And the specimens looked almost freeze dried, . . .

Emery: Right.

Corey: . . . but they weren’t. They were in stasis. This is how the ETs shipped it to us.

Emery: Uh-huh.

Corey: They then . . . The technicians then took it in, turned off the device in a certain way, unsealed it.

Emery: Yes!

Corey: It was vacuumed, and they removed it. And then they put them into another vacuum-packed metal box that was then put into a bag, like a hazardous materials-type bag, . . .

Emery: Right.

Corey: . . . that was sealed at the top.

Emery: Yeah, no, that’s very accurate. I’ve seen the square metal cases before.

Corey: When you looked at the specimen, it looked like it was freeze dried.

David: Right.

Corey: But when they would turn it off, it would go back . . .

Emery: Yep.

Corey: . . . to looking wet.

Emery: That’s right. Yeah.

David: Hm. So we’ve been talking about your Intercept Interrogate Program, and this is obviously a whole world that none of us have been privy to.

What kinds of prisons do they have if these beings interlope and get into our Solar System? How do they deal with that?

Corey: What happens in an interrogation? If they’re cooperative, if they say, “I’m here. I’ve got a small support team that’s cloaked outside of Jupiter,” or, you know, just for example, “please contact them, verify . . .”

And in many cases, we would hand them back over to their support group, [and] say, you know, give them a slap on the hand and say, “This is the process that you come in legally,” I guess you would say.

David: Hm.

Corey: Now, the ones that they wanted to further question, they would keep in prisons, out of stasis, you know, just like a normal prison.

And some of these prisons were ships. Some of these prisons were actually some of the asteroids that we had mined.

Emery: Uh huh.

Corey: And then we ended up going in and creating partial cryo prisons, and . . . but mostly, just regular-type prisons.

So there’s a number of ways they keep these beings locked down.

David: So what percentage of these violations would lead to sort of a friendly warning as opposed to actual incarceration?

Corey: Whew! That’s . . . You know, that’s really hard to say. I really didn’t find out what happened to them after a certain point. You know, that information was compartmentalized.

But the discussions that we had when we were off duty was that, you know, this is what happened to them.

So, I really don’t have any numbers on what percentages . . . who was ferreted where.

David: Hm. Emery, when you were in these programs, did you ever meet what appeared to be a biological extraterrestrial?

Emery: Yes.

David: Could you describe whether . . . like, did you ever get to talk to them? Did you ever get to find out if they were here on an approved basis, what they were doing here, that kind of thing?

Emery: Yeah, they were working in conjunction with . . . Some extraterrestrials actually volunteered . . . either they were captured, then volunteered to work here and help us, or some were actually . . . came here on their own will and had some sort of authorization to be in these labs to work with the physicians on many different biological aspects of tissue regeneration and hybridization and cloning.

Corey: Yeah, that’s right. They did force a lot of them into scientific positions.

Emery: Yeah, it was either die, or you can work here.

Corey: Yeah.

David: Hm.

Emery: And they do threat them really well, as far as I heard. I’ve heard many stories.

Even on my team, I know one of the physicians was an extraterrestrial human and spoke and smelled just like us. It was not, like, any different.

Corey: After they eat our foods for a while.

Emery: Right.

Corey: If they don’t eat our food, they smell completely different.

Emery: Correct.

David: Hm.

Emery: Right. And we also had other types of extraterrestrials that were there, that later on, through my experience, I saw in meetings and stuff. But they were not part of my project.

Corey: When you interacted with them, were there any type of weird social . . . weird things?

Emery: Yes.

Corey: Can you describe some of them?

Emery: Yeah, you know, they’re very careful what they say, because a lot of them are still, like, learning our little idiosyncrasies, I’ll say . . .

Corey: Yeah, the English especially.

Emery: It just . . . It doesn’t come out always perfect. And a lot of . . .You can see they’re really trying to pronunciate [sic] the words, kind of like when people come over from other countries to the US and they only know maybe 60%, 70% of the language.

And, you know, they say it, but it has, like, maybe a harsh accent or something like that.

And a lot of them, I think, actually, . . . They have emotions like we do, too. And they laugh, and they can be sad, and you can hurt their feelings, because they really, over time, the majority of them – not all of them; some go rogue and try to escape – but the majority of them, actually, I think, after being with us, I think they feel sorry for us. And they want to help. And they want to stay.

I really think they’re that . . . They’re so compassionate. They’re like us times 10 in compassion.

And, you know, I’ve seen so much selflessness from a lot of these beings, especially when things get a little . . . sometimes things go wrong in the labs and stuff. And they . . . You know, they’re there. They’re not being shady, is what I’m saying. They actually care. Yeah, it was really interesting.

David: Did you see a sense of humor? Would they . . .

Emery: ABSOLUTELY! Humor is a big thing, a big them with them. And . . .

Corey: They love our music, and . . .

Emery: Yeah. They love the lights. They love our music. Anything that has to do with the senses is just, . . . they really indulge in that.

David: Hm.

Corey: Some of them like gambling because of that adrenal . . .

Emery: Right. So they also pick up on our bad habits, as well, such as food, and like you said, gambling, and these exciting things that we can get tied up into.

So they’re not invincible, because they fall under our dimension as well.

So I mean, they’re here just like we are, but they’re just very conscious and very . . . Their IQs are through the roof.

And if you get one that speaks really well, you know, you won’t probably know it – that they’re an ET. Ha, ha, right?

Corey: Right.

David: Somebody’s going to want me to ask this, so I’ll do it now. Do either of you think that there are people in very visible public positions that are actually extraterrestrial humans?

Corey: I was told back when I was in this program that they are very limited in how they can participate with society.

They can . . . They have . . . Everything has to be pre-approved. They can work in our companies and that kind of thing, but they can’t hold places of power.

I mean, that’s for the ones that are coming here on whatever internship it is.

Emery: Absolutely. They’re not allowed to have any influential positions. I would know.

David: Other than business . . .

Emery: I’m telling you guys, I would know right now, for sure, if someone of great power was an extraterrestrial. And they’re not doing that to us.

And maybe in the future they will if they have to step in and save the planet and save us. But right now, there is nothing like that going on. And the corruption shows that around the world.

And they do. They have specific rules, like Corey said, that they cannot do certain things here.

David: We have 7 billion people on Earth that are Earth-born human. And Corey, you’ve described a colonization of our Solar System that appears to be much more vast than just Earth’s population.

Could you speculate as to how many people are actually living in our Solar System, if we use the expanded term “people”?

Corey: It’s millions.

David: Well, there’s billions just on Earth, but you think there’s millions of other people living in our Solar System?

Corey: Well, there’s millions of our own people living throughout the Solar System.

David: Right.

Corey: When it comes to non-terrestrials that live . . . , it’s a large number. Yeah.

David: Is it . . . Is there some reason why Earth humanity gets to be in charge of who comes and goes out of our Solar System, as opposed to other groups that are already colonizing here as well?

Corey: Well, for a while, that’s how it happened. These different genetic farmer groups were controlling who was coming in and out.

David: Oh!

Corey: Once we developed the interstellar travel abilities and the military in space that we have, we began to police our own Solar System.

David: Hm. And the other groups allowed us to do that? Or . . .

Corey: Yeah. A lot of them didn’t have a choice because we had . . . We now had their technology, or greater, that we were receiving in these trades.

We were trading, you know, people and genetic material off in this galactic slave trade. And it’s a huge . . . There’s a lot of commerce going on.

So, I mean, for a while, we had issues when we were developing these commerce pathways throughout the local 52 star clusters, because there were already well-established trade routes.

And we were interfering with that. We had a big learning process.

Now it’s to a point where . . . It used to be: when we had to send a whole fleet to bring, you know, beings and bullets to a certain outpost.

Now, they use the types of ships I was in – the big cigar-shaped. They are completely automated.

And they fly from star system to star system. And they kick off, you know, these containers and leave them floating, and then they shoot to the next star system to do the next delivery.

And they have no worry that a different group’s going to come along and take their belongings.

It’s now all . . . You know, everything’s well established now.

David: Corey, you had mentioned that there is some new information you have about aquatic beings in the Pacific. Could you explain that to us now?

Corey: Yeah, there’s some new information I have, but this information I had back when I was in the interrogation program.

The Navy had accidentally discovered an ET base under the Pacific Ocean that they were unaware of and that was not approved.

The other non-terrestrial groups they communicated with said, “No, this is not approved.”

So they then . . . The Navy intelligence then organized a “training operation” above this base, to where they were dropping depth charges and other deep penetrating weapons into the ocean and pretty much destroyed this base.

Now, . . . And the people . . . As they were dropping these ordinance into the ocean, ships were flying out. They were seeing all this activity. There were ships leaving, like, evacuating.

So weeks later, the program sent in some of their electromagnetic subs to go in and recon this base.

And when they did, there were dozens of these beings that were still alive. And they ended up bringing them up for interrogation.

And, yeah, they were . . . they were aquatics.

Emery: Do you know what they looked like?

Corey: Yeah.

Emery: What did they look like?

Corey: Well, these were actually pretty small. They had them in this one tall, vertical tank together. And then they were kind of like using the fish hooks that they do on fishing trips, [they] were reaching in, snagging them out very roughly, pulling them out, and bringing them and putting them in this other tank that had cabling hooked up to it and a metal band around, just stuck to the glass – it looked like with silicone or something.

And these beings . . . They had a big kind of lobe in the front of their head that was obviously how they communicated. By the size of their jaws and all that, they could tell that they obviously did not communicate vocally like we do.

Emery: Right.

Corey: They communicated through . . .

Emery: Echolocation.

Corey: Yeah, very similar to, like, dolphins.

So they figured out a way to communicate with them. We were not communicating with them.

Aquatics are hard to communicate [with]. Their base of reference is completely different than ours.

But they were stressing these beings out, applying, . . . changing the temperature of the water, putting chemicals in the water – doing all types of things to stress out these beings when they were questioning them.

David: Emery, how often did you see aquatic-type beings when you were working in the program with the autopsies?

Emery: I’ve seen a couple hundred aquatic beings, . . .

David: Hm.

Emery: . . . and meaning . . . or samples that were aquatic or aquatic beings.

And he’s right. It’s just a completely different type of a body and a different type of cellular biology. And, you know, it’s very different, just as we are different than a dolphin or a fish.

David: Did they have more cartilage than bone, in the way that their skeleton was?

Emery: Yeah, that’s a great question. They did. A lot of them were not able to walk on land. Some were able to.

Some had a bony structure. And a lot of them had these very cartilaginous type of bodies, where they didn’t have, you know, . . . What gave them shape was actually this matrix web of cartilage intertwined with, like, amazing muscle mass and amazing muscle definition.

David: Hm.

Emery: One of the ones that I actually examined had the body of a human. It had these fins that ran down the sides of the outside of the body, and kind of a little bit of webbed hands and feet, and stood about 6′ tall.

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Now, I’ve seen very small ones, like he talks about.

And size does not matter in the universe . . .

Corey: Yeah.

Emery: . . . I’ll tell you that much.

Corey: We’ve had ships that crashed that were this big. [Corey separates his hands about 12”.)

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Emery: Right.

Corey: And they were occupied.

Emery: Yes. So beings can be very, very small. We would have to use these giant neurological microscopes sometimes to operate on some of these and take samples, because you know, they were only, like, 3” tall.

David: Neurological microscope meaning that you had to interface with it with your mind?

Emery: No, alls it . . . No, I’m sorry. Neurological . . . just a standard microscope they use in neurosurgery . . .

David: Oh!

Emery: . . . for brain surgery and stuff, so a magnification, you know.

David: Right.

Emery: It comes with it’s own chair and stuff, and you just sit there and make these very small movements. And it is a very dynamic thing. But . . .

David: The Atacama humanoid you dissected in “Sirius” [2013, available on Gaia] is only about 6” tall.

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Emery: 13 cm, right.

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David: So how was that comparing with some of the smallest ones that you saw?

Emery: Well, the smallest one I’ve every operated on was about 3”.

David: Really?

Emery: Yeah. Full body. Same thing – the head was three times . . .

David: And it was an adult?

Emery: The head was, yeah, three times larger. You know, the heads are always, for some reason . . . they’re always a little bit larger than ours.

And it’s probably for the brain or other things they have that’s special. Like, you know, his aquatics had this giant thing on the front for echolocation and communication.

And we see a lot of that. We see a lot of these giant bumps and whatnot. It’s made of calcium. And they’re in really odd shapes.

And it’s very similar to that of whales and dolphins, like you said, Corey.

David: Corey, we have these various beings coming into our Solar System, and some of them are approved, some of them are not.

You haven’t really talked that much about the Intercept Interrogate Program before. So could you explain for us some of the beings that you saw in that program? Give us an example.

Corey: Most of them were human. They just looked human, and just various types of humans.

About 10%, maybe 15%, were the types that you hear described, you know, as “aliens” – very strange-looking – evolved in a completely different environment.

So you know, we had insectoids. We had different types of reptilian beings, which, you know, we immediately turned over to the Draco.

The insectoids . . . There was a certain type of insectoid, a certain group, that was always turned over.

But, you know, I described the one that had a weird seahorse-looking head and an insectoid segmented body. There were a number of different amphibians.

Now, I’ve described before the cat being that I saw, and that was actually later on when I was in . . . when I was serving on the research vessel.

Some of these beings, there is a capture or kill order out on them, because they just want to gather intelligence.

One of these beings was this feline-type being that had the ability to teleport anywhere it wanted. And it basically just had to think of where it wanted to go, change its vibration to the vibration of where it wanted to go, and it just was there.

And it was a very highly evolved species that this military group wanted to get a hold of.

So apparently, they set up some sort of – like in the movie “Jumper” – some sort of an electrical grid that when it popped in to have a meeting with someone it was meeting with on a regular basis, they were able to catch it in this grid.

And it basically electrocuted it to death. And we saw the body when it was being transported, and it was very tall. You know, it’s hard to tell the way they were carrying it.

It was sort of lavender-colored, and it had, like, net burn marks all over. The tip of its ear was burned almost all the way off.

But the weird thing is that even the sociopathic people that were there, everyone, was overcome with emotion.

Everyone just started . . . tears started rolling. You felt so incredibly sad about this being.

And there were people there that had no emotions, literally, that were crying.

Emery: Right.

David: Did you ever see feline-looking humanoids?

Emery: Yes.

David: Does any of this ring a bell?

Emery: Oh, yeah. Lots of feline, cat-looking-type beings.

David: So that was common?

Emery: It’s a common thing.

David: Hm.

Emery: Like you said, they’re highly intelligent, and some of them are transdimensional, so they have these various special abilities.

And some of them, actually, like an electric ell, have, like, electricity in them somehow. They’re always putting grounding plates on these things before we operate on them to make sure that we don’t have any static, or they don’t have any electricity left.

Corey: Yeah, I know what you’re talking about.

Emery: You know what I’m talking about? So it’s like . . . You know, I don’t like working on those because a lot of people, even though they had the grounding plates on them, they were electrocuted – some of the technicians and physicians.

David: Really?

Emery: But other than that, yeah, they’re very common. There’s many different types of species from all over the universe.

And I haven’t . . .I don’t know of any that were bad that I could recall, in the briefings, I mean, when we do get that sometimes.

So that’s a good sign that they have super powers and they’re not aggressive.

Corey: Yeah, this particular being, I remember, was visiting a certain individual, giving them spiritual advice and knowledge.

Emery: Oh, wow!

Corey: And the individual that it was visiting was killed in the capture as well.

Emery: Interesting! Wow!

Corey: They were getting information of a spiritual nature from this being that was appearing to him from time to time.

And some of the technology they have is able to tell when something teleports in, you know.

Emery: Right. Sure.

Corey: I mean, it’s like there’s a disturbance in their grid . . .

Emery: Absolutely.

Corey: . . . that they’re able to triangulate in on.

Emery: Yeah.

David: Well, we’ve been talking about the prison system – that’s a big part of this show – and so in the time we have left here, I’d like to ask this one last question.

There’s been a variety of sci-fi movies that may have been inspired by the Cabal, that seem to be talking about the idea of prisons where people are put into some kind of suspended animation.

So we have a specific question from the audience, because we like to answer your questions, and it said: Do you have any information about the US prison systems on Earth developing suspended animation detention technology?

Are they actually doing that to either of your knowledge?

Emery: I’m aware of that, definitely. They do this. It’s a cost-effective way of keeping people at bay that have done some things, bad things.

Corey: I’ve heard of them doing this to certain special operators that have gone rogue, that are just too dangerous to be released into civilization.

But I haven’t heard of any plans to do that on the general population prison system, though I wouldn’t doubt that plans are there.

Emery: I doubt that. Yeah.

David: Well, within the rule of law, I think the ethical objections would be so high, I don’t think it could ever be approved by any legitimate elected government.

Emery: Yeah, there are entire planets like that that have these suspended animation holding cells, . . .

David: Really?

Emery: . . . they call them. And not saying the planet is as big as Earth, but pretty big planets that are out there. I’m sure Corey knows about this. And that’s where they keep them.

David: I did hear from the space program insider, Jacob, that he described there were prison planets, that there were planets in which the main function of that planet was to imprison people and keep them from leaving.

Corey: It sounds like what we’re living on a little bit.

David: Ha, ha.

Emery: Yeah. It’s very similar.

David: Well, Jacob had specifically said you would not want to ever get caught in one of these planets, that it’s an incredibly miserable existence if you’re in one of those situations.

Emery: Well, the ones I’m talking about were suspended animation and cryo.

So these beings are in a deep sleep for hundreds of thousands of years, and a thousand years, 100 years, could be even longer, depending on what they did.

David: Well, you guys have both done a great job here. It’s a very enlightening discussion.

This is “Cosmic Disclosure” with Emery Smith, Corey Goode and me, your host, David Wilcock. Thanks for watching.


Corey Goode and Emery Smith | Cosmic Disclosure: Aliens At Home On Earth — Season 11, Episode 12

David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with Emery Smith and Corey Goode, and we’re talking about ETs living among us.

Emery, welcome to the show.

Emery Smith: Thank you, Dave.

David: And Corey, welcome back.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: So just to open this up, Emery, to your knowledge are there extraterrestrial beings that did not originate on Earth that would be able to pose as humans from Earth to a degree that we wouldn’t notice that they were any different?

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Cosmic Disclosure: Aliens At Home On Earth

David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with Emery Smith and Corey Goode, and we’re talking about ETs living among us.

Emery, welcome to the show.

Emery Smith: Thank you, Dave.

David: And Corey, welcome back.

Corey Goode: Thank you.

David: So just to open this up, Emery, to your knowledge are there extraterrestrial beings that did not originate on Earth that would be able to pose as humans from Earth to a degree that we wouldn’t notice that they were any different?

Emery: 100% you would not know.

David: Okay.

Emery: And they are here.

David: And could you tell us a little more about that?

Emery: Well, extraterrestrials also come to watch over us and look at things on the Earth.

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And they’re here to gather information to make sure we don’t blow up the Earth or kill each other.

So they’re here just to get information and have it and to also experience the life of a human, which is quite preferably like a vacation for them.

So it’s a very interesting scientific job for an extraterrestrial to have. It’s kind of an honor to come here, live amongst us, and do things, just living like a normal human being, actually, and interacting with human beings.

Corey: Like the Peace Corps.

Emery: Right, just like the Peace . . . It’s like a universal Peace Corps.

David: Is there any . . . either of you guys can take this. Is there any regulation on this? Is this a legal immigration program? Or is it sort of something where they just show up, and we don’t know about it?

Corey: It’s both.

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It’s both. Some of them are from other star systems far away that are paying very close attention to what’s going on here, including the Draco conquest of star systems.

So they’ll send people in to do a little reconnaissance.

Emery: Sure.

Corey: And when they come in, and they come in without permission, if they get caught, it’s not a good thing for them at all.

Emery: No, right.

Corey: There’s actually a program that I was a part of called the Intruder, Intercept and Interrogation Program. And we ran into quite a few different species that were here without permission.

David: All right, well, let’s just . . . I want to ask another question that might seem dumb, but I think we could get somewhere with it.

When we went back to the original Disclosure Project event, 2001 – and you worked with Dr. Greer for many years . . .

Emery: Absolutely, yes.

David: You had access to those insiders, obviously.

Emery: Yes.

David: In the Disclosure Project 2001 event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, you had Sergeant Clifford Stone, who goes up there and says that there was this group of 57 different ETs that he had on a checklist that they called “the Heinz 57”.

And he said that many of them looked almost exactly or exactly like us.

He had a theory, that I guess was the common theory at the time, that maybe some primordial human race had just gone around and seeded itself all over the galaxy.

Do you think that’s why there are people on other planets that look like us? What do you think might be the explanation for this?

Emery: Well, the explanation for that would be: they have . . . the Earth itself has been here a very long time. And people are . . . it’s hard for them to grab that concept that it’s been here for billions of years

And what has happened is: during that time, Earth had many visitors and made different types of extraterrestrials that had lived here.

Corey: Refugees. Lots of refugees.

Emery: Right, lots of refugees that come here seeking a safe place to make another civilization.

David: Right.

Emery: So these civilizations colonized Earth. And with that, there were other extraterrestrials that came here and experimented with this human DNA and made hybrids. And they also made many other creatures that you find here on the planet.

If you look at everything, it’s a very intricate design, from a grasshopper to a blade of grass. There’s a lot going on.

Corey: Yeah, and also with intelligent design, usually when these genetic farmers come here, they have to have a base species to begin to engineer.

And from what I’m told, the Sun and our planet puts off a certain frequency that determines what type of life form we will be, five fingers, mammalian, and have a certain form.

So there’s also that aspect to the development of species. And then they come in and then they begin to use various genome to change the race.

Emery: Right.

David: One of the things that this insider Jacob told me – and he’s the guy who has claimed to be in the Secret Space Program and visited over 2,000 off-planet locations and had information that correlated perfectly with what you said, Corey, when you showed up – he said that Earth has a much higher complexity of a genetic wave that supports far more diversity of life on this planet than would normally be able to happen on other planets.

So a lot of ETs have wanted to come here because you can basically drop off any life form you want, and it will be able to live here, whereas that might not normally happen.

Have either of you heard of something like that?

Emery: I wouldn’t say “any life form”, but yes, I would say that does happen. And I would say that a lot of the new species that people are finding every day . . . You know, people are finding new types of insects and new types of creatures on the bottom of the ocean.

So these discoveries are every day if you look it up. Every day there’s something discovered, especially like in the Amazon and whatnot, with plant life and small animals.

So, where are those coming from? And why haven’t we seen those in so long? We’ve been here a few thousand years.

So, you know, what’s going on?

And this is what’s going on: we’re being seeded still to this day, and genetic mutation is still happening to this day with all of us AND the animals AND the oceans.

So, you know, it’s evolving here as well. So don’t take mutation as a bad thing.

Some mutations are good because it keeps us alive.

Corey: What was interesting is: in the Intruder, Intercept and Interrogation program, only about 10% to 15% of the beings that we processed were what we would call “alien-looking”.

Emery: Right.

Corey: Most of them were very human-looking. And they weren’t augmented to look human. They were humans –

Emery: Right.

Corey: . . . just from a different planet. And they would normally be picked up in countries where they would most likely blend in.

Emery: Sure.

Corey: Like there were some Polynesian-looking ones.

Emery: Right. The Nordics and all this. Right.

David: It definitely has to be asked: if there is some kind of regulation of this, it’s clearly not the United Nations. It’s clearly not elected officials.

How is this governed, and who is in charge?

Corey: There are . . . I mean, most of the information from this program is very disturbing. And I’ve hesi . . . I have not shared it.

But an interesting thing is that if any type of a certain category of insectoid being, or any type of Reptilian being, was recovered in this program, they were turned over to the Draco.

And some of them were not friendly at all to the Draco.

David: So how would somebody who has such a diverse biological makeup be able to walk around on Earth? Like what’s going on there?

Corey: Like I said, many of them look like us. Others are able to augment their appearance.

They’re so highly intelligent that they’re able to blend in with no problem.

And you [referring to Emery] were saying that they had jobs.

Emery: Uh-huh.

Corey: And I was there when some – it was a high-level executive – was pulled out of a high-rise building in the middle of the day.

They delta-waved everyone there, went in, and ingressed-egressed from the roof, took him out, and brought him up for interrogation.

And he had been on the Earth for well over a decade and had blended in, had created an identity, and was now at a high position in a corporation.

David: Wow!

Emery: Yeah, they prepare these extraterrestrials to come to this planet, so there is some genetic, you know, inoculations going on like what we do here as far as frequency goes, how they survive here – and even as far as getting certain procedures done on their body so they can digest our food and things like this.

David: Huh!

Emery: So there is a big augmentation for the extraterrestrial . . .

Corey: And acclimation.

Emery: And acclimation.

Corey: What was . . . When they were tracing back in the program, a lot of these beings, when the . . . their origin of when they got here – because they’re able to trace it back technologically; it’s very interesting – they found out that their first point of contact on this planet was an abductee – an abductee that knew what they were doing.

They were taking this extraterrestrial in, teaching them how to . . . all about taxes, all about the things from our society to help them integrate.

David: So you’re saying that an ET group that looks human would scoop somebody up at night out of their home, let’s say, and then bring them up to the ship and interview them about Earth culture and then learn from that?

Corey: No. I’m saying that these abductees may find . . . their friends and family may find them out of the blue having a new roommate that they are teaching how to acclimate into our society.

David: Huh! That’s very interesting. So the abductee is aware that this person is not a regular person?

Corey: Absolutely.

David: How do they ensure silence?

Corey: Well, these people are dedicated to helping this race. They’ve got a whole mission statement, you know.

They’re helping humanity, or . . . you know, for whatever reason.

But they’re unapologetic when they’ve been interviewed.

David: So, Corey, you were starting to answer the question of how is this governed, who’s in charge. And who is responsible for making the call as to whether someone is a legal or an illegal immigrant?

Corey: Ultimately it’s a corporate decision. The Interplanetary Corporate Conglomerate heads up that initiative.

David: And that’s a division of the Secret Space Program.

Corey: It is.

David: Yeah.

Corey: And they report, obviously, to the Draco.

David: Hm.

Corey: Yeah, there were times when we would get in a Reptilian-type being that they [the being] completely were freaked out at the prospect of being sent to the Reptilians . . .

David: Oh, really.

Corey: . . . to the Draco. They were basically here scouting, looking for tactics and ways to infiltrate and defeat the Draco.

David: Oh, wow!

Corey: So that they’re an enemy. And there were different types.

There were some different insectoid types as well that they were immediately on the list to be handed over. And they would scream and protest about being sent.

David: So we have talked about this on the show before, but in case someone hasn’t been watching, how would an insectoid type be able to walk around on Earth undetected?

Corey: A lot of the insectoids, and I reported on Mars there were two or three different security outposts that saw a being walking their way, and they were each describing them differently.

David: Oh, really?

Corey: And one of them saw a human in their group’s gear, the proper gear. Another one saw just a different . . . they saw something differently.

So these beings have this . . . And they assumed that it was part of their development as they were predators developing the ability to stun their prey with their minds, or make their prey see things.

Emery: It’s a mind thing. That’s right.

Corey: Right. So what they do is they can affect the consciousness of thousands of people at one time.

And some of them are technologically enhanced, and it causes us to see them. And if we were to touch them, our minds . . . what the mind perceives, the body believes.

If our mind is telling us that we’re touching human skin, that’s what we’re going to experience. So it’s all in the mind.

Emery: Right. Yeah. Absolutely. That is true.

David: Were you familiar with that happening, that beings could throw an image over their selves when someone looked at them?

Emery: Over thousands of people, even.

David: Really?

Emery: Yeah. So they have great mental magic, that they can make you believe anything and make you see anything.

And that’s very dangerous in a way, but luckily there’s nothing that has gone too bad with that, that I’m aware of.

But operating on these beings, which I’ve seen them, plus I’ve seen them outfitted with types of, you know . . . like you said, these other devices that are plugged directly into their body.

David: Like a wet-wired socket that’s in their body?

Corey: Some.

Emery: Yes.

David: Really?

Emery: Yeah.

Corey: Some just touching it to their skin interacted with their neurology. There was no type of surgical implant.

Like the one that I talked about, it strangely enough, it was an insectoid. It had segmented arms, you know, like an insect . . .

Emery: Sure.

Corey: . . . that made its biceps and triceps, you know; its segments like this.

Emery: Yeah.

Corey: And on the bicep part of the segment was a bracelet.

Emery: Uh huh.

Corey: And they had a difficult time capturing these beings because they were able to touch this bracelet, or activate this bracelet, and they would – bzzzzz – vibrate so fast that you couldn’t see them.

Emery: They’re invisible.

Corey: Right. And I think it was a Marine, or one of the security guys, took it and put it on his bicep, and he turned it on, and it shook him to death violently.

Emery: Uh huh.

David: Oh, wow!

Emery: Couldn’t handle it.

David: Did you ever see any type of hardware that the beings’ bodies were wearing when they got brought in on these gurneys?

Emery: Oh, yes, many of them. Some had like very skin-tight suits on that were made up of billions of spheres, micro-nano spheres.

We later learned that was . . . We reverse-engineered that into these special predator suits that reflect whatever’s behind you, in front of you.

David: Right.

Emery: So it’s the ultimate camouflage. And that was all reverse-engineered from . . . even insectoids came in with partially clothed or whatnot. I get that question a lot.

“Do ETs or do aliens,” which is inappropriate, “wear clothing?”

And yes, they do, but it’s very rare, and it’s more . . .

Corey: A tool.

Emery: . . . functional.

Corey: Yeah.

Emery: Yeah, it’s a tool. Ha, we said it at the same time.

And they use it. And they use it for many different things. Like these bracelets, I’ve seen these things on beings that come in. And some of them actually come in . . . They don’t like strip it down.

The ET, when I get it, it could have things on it already and it just came to me first.

David: But you’re not allowed to do anything you’re not authorized to, right? So you couldn’t even touch it or . . .

Emery: Oh, no, if I’m seeing it, it means that we’re doing something. I have something to do with this extraterrestrial.

David: But you couldn’t touch the bracelet, let’s say.

Emery: No, I wouldn’t touch . . . Oh, gosh, no. I would never touch anything, you know . . .

Corey: Because it’s dangerous.

Emery: It’s like . . . I do underwater photography and I’ll film these guys all day long, swimming, grabbing these great white and these hammerheads and taking a little ride, but I’m not interacting with them, because I’m not . . . I don’t know, you know . . . I don’t know them well enough.

And when you see an extraterrestrial there with a bunch of gear on it, and you just need to do a skin scraping, you’re not going to . . . you don’t want to mess with that, because so many people have died in the projects because curiosity killed the cat.

And I’ve seen hundreds of videos of technicians . . . and they show us when things go bad. Everything’s recorded.

So I’ve seen a lot of deaths on video they show us, like, “make sure this doesn’t happen to you.”

David: Wow!

Emery: And that’s these things where they try to take a piece of jewelry off they think . . . or to get to a spot, or they move the body in certain positions also that somehow activates something.

Corey: Or they’ll release a gas or . . .

Emery: Oh, my goodness! Right.

And that’s why, now, we’re in spacesuits, of course, and all this stuff, because you never know, especially if you’ve never had that species before, what could happen.

And, you know, there’s many accidents that happen that you don’t hear about.

Corey: There are some chemicals that are in these beings that interact with air and moisture that will catch on fire or explode.

Emery: Yes.

David: Well, you mentioned the predator suit. And this is a question I’m sure we would get in the comment section if I don’t ask it.

Would there be . . . Are there certain situations like what happened in the movie “Predator” where a being comes here and basically just wants to kill a bunch of people until somebody catches it?

Emery: I’m not aware of that. Maybe you are, Corey. I’ve never . . .

Corey: No. No, they come in with a very small footprint and want to be undetected. This area is policed too much for that kind of thing.

David: Well, so we can safely dispense with a lot of the fear porn that people might try to concoct if they don’t have this question answered by you guys, because people are going to think that there’s beings that are just going around and biting people’s heads off and doing all kinds of crazy, nasty stuff.

Emery: No, no., those are called “humans”.

David: Ha, ha.

Emery: It happened in Miami.

Corey: Yeah, the biggest monsters on this planet are human.

Emery: Right.

Corey: But no, a lot of these beings, they’re just here to study us and to get intel.

David: Right.

Emery: Right.

Corey: And are doing research.

David: And it sounds actually like . . . what you were saying before, Corey, that if one of these beings gets captured when it’s here on an unapproved mission, that’s a lot worse than if it wasn’t captured because of what happens when it goes to the Draco.

Corey: Well, yeah. And also, the scope of this program, the Intercept and Interrogation Program, is they also monitor like “Men in Black”, monitor ETs that are here WITH permission that are integrated into our society.

They also manage them to keep them apart if they are groups that don’t get along well. Or if they happen TO mix and not get along, then this group goes down, and they basically behave as police.

David: Well, we’ve talked about this before, Corey, but I also think it’s important to reiterate. And I know you don’t have really specific data, but do we have any sense as to how many approved immigrants there are on this planet that are not from here that are blending in our society?

Corey: It was . . . Back in the ’90s, it was many, many tens of . . . I mean, many thousands.

Emery: 100,000 was the numbers I’m recently getting in the past six months.

Corey: Yeah. And it was probably a smaller number when I was in, but it was a . . . And it was in just about every country. It’s well known that they were integrated.

David: Well, if you [Emery] said 100,000 is a number you got in a briefing recently, and then Corey, you said that the genetic type determines where they go, these would be maybe fairly evenly distributed throughout the planet? Or would they go to more of the developed countries instead?

Corey: It depends on their mission, like some of them are here as like the Peace Corps.

So some of them are here to spend time amongst the poorest of us, to learn about out development.

Emery: They’re listening to the stories.

Corey: And how they can guide it.

Emery: Yeah, they’re listening to the people’s stories. And they’re recording all this information from country to country into a huge database.

And they’re trying to figure out what went wrong or where are we going or . . .

Corey: Our sociology, you know.

Emery: Right. They’re trying to help us.

Corey: How we think.

Emery: But by doing that and getting someone to live with someone in Zimbabwe and someone in Poland and someone in Russia and someone in America, and all of these agents are recording all this stuff and finding and reading the emotion behind it and seeing how . . . you know, who’s responsible for that.

And they’re going up the chain, too. It’s not just the regular farmers and people out in the woods. It’s actually now becoming pretty popular to have this extraterrestrial exchange student and this training and stuff.

David: So if the Draco are ultimately regulating the immigration, and they are, of course, diabolical, chaotic, evil, then how would somebody get a benevolent plan approved if they’re going up against this very . . .

Corey: It’s more of an understanding. It’s more of an understanding that if we have a certain group that presents itself, certain types of beings, that we will, because of this alliance we have with the Draco, that we will pass these prisoners on.

I’m sure we have some sort of similar agreement with them that if they run across a certain type of situation, information gets passed to us.

It’s kind of how they do these treaties.

David: So maybe there are universal laws where the Draco have to allow some of this to happen as long as it’s done through approved channels.

Corey: Possibly, but the Draco do not control everything. They just control a certain percentage.

David: I see. So one of the things that we had is a viewer question that we want to throw in here is regarding abductions.

Now, Emery, you talked before about PLFs. So just to set this up, could you again remind us what you knew about PLFs.

What do they look like? What does that mean? What is a PLF?

Emery: Well, Programmed Life Form is a bioengineered, cybernetic organism. And what it does is: they grow these and they outfit them for many different missions.

So one of the ones I saw looked like Felix the Cat.

David: Really?

Emery: Yeah, it was about 3½ ‘~4’ tall. It was very agile.

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It came to one of our rental homes during a CE5 expedition at night.

David: Really?

Emery: And it scared one of our master team leaders in the bedroom. And I was running a lot of security back then. And I was in that house with the core team.

And I ran . . . I just jumped out of the bed in my underwear and ran out, out of the door with my gun.

And sure enough, it was trying to get into the window of the home.

And it just stood up and walked 10′. And there was a 3′ brick . . . uh, stone wall, and after that it’s like a cliff, just with jagged rocks going down at like a 45° or less angle.

And I was just so amazed and intrigued by its beautiful eyes and ears. And the way it was moving was so fluid.

And it just emanated this, like, most horrible energy that makes you gut-wrenchingly sick to your stomach. But I was still able to stand. It was more like a sea-sick feeling, like just, ugh, automatically I just wanted to vomit.

So it just . . .

David: Well, now wait a minute.

Emery: Yeah.

David: When you say it looked like Felix the Cat, are we saying like comically obviously . . .

Emery: Comically.

David: . . . looking like Felix the Cat?

Emery: Comically. Think of a rubber latex Felix the Cat standing about 4′ tall.

David: Oh, my gosh!

Emery: And double-jointed in the kneecaps, by the way.

And it just was . . . I had a very bright light, and I was shining it down and holding my gun, looking at it, and it just basically hopped from rock to rock so quickly and went away.

It was there for surveillance. And whoever was remote-controlling that . . . because that afternoon at noon when I looked up on the cliff about 100 stories up, [there] were two black SUVs and six suits. They didn’t know I had seen them.

I was working out in the backyard and went under this rock through this canyon and looked up at them. And I totally got a great look at them.

So they were already planning it out to get in this house.

We also found very odd footprints on the outside table and spa that went up to the roof. So this being was already . . . been around the house a few times at 3:30, 4:00 AM surveilling.

So these creatures might be used for surveillance. They might be used for a one-way mission.

They’re also put on a spacecraft to go to different places to gather information and hopefully come back.

Corey: They weaponize them also.

Emery: Right. They’re amazing weapons. And they also . . .

Corey: Explosives and all.

David: . . . make them so they can only swim in the water maybe, or . . . you know.

So it’s very . . . The way they design these . . . maybe it’s going to be in the Arctic. So you need an Arctic one. You need a tropical one. You need, you know, all these different types of environments it’s going to. It’s geared for that environment to that specific mission.

So it’s not a conscious being. This is a remote-controlled, half organic, mostly cybernetic organism that they have perfected in the MIL labs.

David: So, this viewer is thinking that if there is an authentic abduction that you’re going to have organ harvesting and fetuses implanted in the body.

Emery: From a real extraterrestrial?

David: Right.

Emery: Well, I’m telling you, these beings that have traveled billions of light years . . . and that means they have something other than gas, coal and oil powering their little ship. You know, they mastered zero point energy, free energy and time and space and all this – all these physics that we are dying to have this technology.

That means they can pretty much make anything they want – ANYTHING they want. So they don’t need, you know . . .

Corey: Their technology is consciousness and vibration. They understand the co-creative consciousness and everything is vibration and how to manipulate matter on a level that we just don’t understand.

Emery: Exactly. So they can make gold. They can make a sperm with my DNA in it. They can make pretty much anything they want.

So they don’t need anyone’s eggs or sperm or fetuses or implantation. There’s no need for this. They’re at a very high level of consciousness. And someday, we’ll be there.

The movies and everything has manipulated us to . . . and a lot of abductees have this implanted in their head or whatnot, and they really believe this.

And these things may have happened through a non-authentic abduction.

Corey: Yeah, and there’s also the aspect that, like I said, most of the abductions, they are re-abductions.

People that are a part of these genetic programs where they’re having fetuses implanted and these types of things, when they are returned, they are re-abducted by the military, who then go in, do some tests, try to figure out what’s going on, then give the person a screen memory with our technology, which is why a lot of these abductees have a hard time, because our method is very messy.

The ET method is elegant and precise.

So they [the military] create further problems for abductees by re-abducting them, debriefing them, examining them again, further traumatizing them, and then using a subpar method of removing the memory or giving them a screen memory.

Emery: They have reoccurring nightmares, and, you know, these things keep going on. It’s not helping them for what they’re doing at all. But this is just the way it is right now.

David: All right, I want to ask one last question on this subject, which is kind of dumb, but I think it’s important. What’s the endgame? Why would a group that has colonized our Solar System and has interaction with all these ETs want us to think that ETs are evil and traumatizing us and doing these horrifying abductions?

Emery: So when they DO come and we DO kill them with our military, that we have the support of the people. We have to have the support of the people to move forward and kill these horrible, nasty creatures that are coming here to take over the planet. So that’s why.

And why do that? Because if you do prove ETs exist, the first thing Harvard and Stanford physics guys are gonna ask, “Well, how the heck did they get here? They didn’t use gas, coal and oil.”

“Oh, well, there’s this other thing we didn’t talk to you about that’s been out there since 1899 . . .”

Corey: Which is . . .

Emery: “. . . the Tesla and Stubblefield know.”

Corey: Yeah, the greatest classification in the land is not that there are ETs. It’s how they got here.

Emery: Right, exactly, because that solves everything. And so it’s gas, coal and oil, you know.

If you prove they exist, then we gotta get rid of gas, coal and oil, because we don’t need them anymore.

David: All right. Emery, we had a question in the comments from one of the episodes that was just you and me regarding benevolent abductions, your understanding of that, because it appeared in the comments, some people thought that you were saying that ALL abductions were PLFs, that there’s nothing going on that’s positive.

Emery: No. Right. No, of course not. That definitely happens: where these abductions come and maybe to help somebody out or maybe to educate someone on something.

And there’s also these other close encounters where people are actually going to the craft or walking up to the ET to meet them in a very nonchalant way and not showing fear and showing a more welcome attitude and a high consciousness, which is happening all over now.

And people are contacting extraterrestrials.

So people are wanting this. And the abductees . . . I think what has happened from my experience of listening to these people is: it’s always been a very positive outcome of whatever it was.

And I notice a lot of these people were going through very hard times of their life or they were injured or they had a very bad disease.

David: Hm.

Emery: And they were taken aboard this ship without knowing, but it turned out to be a really beautiful thing for them.

David: It sounds to me like if this military-industrial complex space program is creating this fear of negative ETs, that that’s the same as how every other conquering race has demonized indigenous people and said: “They’re savages. They’re blood drinkers. They’re dangerous. We’ve got to wipe them out.”

So they’re just doing the same thing, except now instead of it being continents and oceans, it’s planets between planets.

Emery: Correct. You know, we are kind of just divide and conquer. The human race just goes places, and the more intelligent human on the planet teaching the savages to “study this religion and do this or you’re going to die” type of thing, which we’ve done in the past, is now the opposite.

We’re the dumb ones, they’re thinking, and they’re too smart for us, so they’re going to do what we did.

Corey: Right.

Emery: And the thing is: they’re not like that.

Corey: Columbus all over again.

Emery: Right. So don’t think like a human is what I’m trying to get at.

David: So I want to dumb it down a little bit here. And I want to talk about the abduction phenomenon that most people in conventional ufology are aware of.

And just to set this up . . .

Emery: So PLFs are used for that. I know there’s a lot of comments online, and people are like, “Well, he doesn’t believe in real . . .”

Well, no, there are. I’m not saying it’s ALL just those abductions, PLFs.

Corey: And these are usually the human abductions that come AFTER the alien abductions.

Emery: Right.

Corey: And they use PLFs and puppets.

Emery: Sure.

Corey: They use puppets, too, and they drug the people.

Emery: Right, and they drug the people.

David: So what people are seeing as Greys, is that a PLF in a lot of cases?

Emery: I’m saying that probably 90% of a lot of these abductions are, you know, man-made, human-made. And, you know, others are . . . real and are possibly real.

And I think that people out there need to understand that it’s just through my experience and through my briefings and knowing people who have been on these projects that this is how they do it.

And they definitely mind-wash you and they brainwash you and they put these . . . you know, after they, like Corey just said: they’ll come up to the house, gas the house, and at the same time, there will be a puppet outside the window, you know.

And then the next thing you know, you’re knocked out, okay, and you wake up in an operating room. And you’re groggy, and they gave you medications that make you kind of forget-not-forget.

Corey: Yeah, any anesthesia is . . .

David: Why is [it that] everyone can’t be really specific about it, because everyone’s always a little . . . , you know . . . not everyone, but most people . . . and it’s because you’re drugged.

And, you know, they want you just to see a couple things. They want you to see a big Grey or a little Grey running around, poking you in the butt or whatever.

And what happens is: you wake up in your bed the next day or on the side of the road, and you were abducted. And they WERE abducted.

Now, who abducted them is the question. And it WAS a real abduction, and you DID have something done to you. But was it extraterrestrial is the question.

Corey: Yeah. And another thing is these Grey-looking PLFs are standard hardware for many different ET groups.

Emery: Right.

Corey: So many times, the ETs, when they do abduct, they’ll be in the next room, and it could be an insectoid. It could be any type, including a human.

Emery: Right.

Corey: But they all use this same type of PLF. And it is in there doing the hands-on work of doing whatever procedures are.

And it’s not only so that we don’t know who they are, but it’s also kind of like wearing a spacesuit. You know, they don’t have to worry about getting any type of viruses or anything else from the subject.

Emery: Right. That’s why they’re so good, the PLFs.

Corey: Uh huh.

David: Okay, we are out of time, but I wanted to end this on a positive note, because we’re getting into some disturbing material here.

So I want to give both you guys a chance to do a little 30-second elevator speech on this. Do you think that what we’re doing with this show to promote disclosure will stop the abductions? And if so, why?

Corey: Yes, disclosure is going to stop a lot of the human abductions . . . the human-led abductions.

Most of these human-led abductions are really re-abs or re-abductions. They’re trying to figure out and catalog, follow, what the ETs are doing with us when they pick us up in abductions.

I recently reported that this genetic experiment is pretty much coming, not to an end, but humanity is going to take over their own management of this genetic program.

So, yes, we are about to go through a very empowered period to where we’re going to be in control of our own genetic and spiritual determination.

And there’s not going to be a need for all of these beings to come down and abduct us.

David: Right. Emery, how . . . what about your thoughts on this?

Emery: Yeah, I agree with that. And I also think that once disclosure does happen, you know, that also opens the doors for extraterrestrials to come here safely.

So there is going to be a huge meeting of many different races of extraterrestrials in the Galactic Federation.

And what’s going to happen is: once these extraterrestrials actually do show themselves and everyone will be able to lower their shields down because you’ll notice, “Well, my goodness, talking to you, you’re not so bad after all.”

So these things all have to be factored in as us opening our arms to these people to actually bring cool technology also to us and to help us.

And they will also help us find out who HAS BEEN doing the abductions. And they will help protect us from the other ones that are doing the abductions.

David: Right.

Emery: So there’s this really joint venture out there right now, and they’re just waiting for us to get our heads screwed on right.

Corey: Uh huh.

Emery: So I think it’s going to be a good thing. I think people will have open arms. I know I will.

And it will be a big transition, like Corey said, and there will be a lot of education immediately put out on phones and computers and emails. And it’ll be instantaneous. It’ll be very quick.

David: All right. Well, this is really fascinating. Thank you, Emery. Thank you, Corey. And thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure”.


Emery Smith | Cosmic Disclosure: Rise of the Moss-Man — Season 11, Episode 11

David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with our special guest, Emery Smith.

And in this episode, we’re going to walk through what happened after he left the underground base.

Emery, welcome back.

Emery Smith: Thanks, Dave.

David: Let’s now talk through how your assignment with these autopsies ended. First of all, you had mentioned before that about every four months you got another security clearance. And I believe you said that you had stopped at A22.

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Cosmic Disclosure: Rise of the Moss-Man

David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. I’m here with our special guest, Emery Smith.

And in this episode, we’re going to walk through what happened after he left the underground base.

Emery, welcome back.

Emery Smith: Thanks, Dave..

David: Let’s now talk through how your assignment with these autopsies ended. First of all, you had mentioned before that about every four months you got another security clearance. And I believe you said that you had stopped at A22.

Is that correct?

Emery: That’s correct.

David: Okay. How many cycles of this autopsy tour of duty, if you will, did you do? How long were you actually . . .

Emery: About 22. About 22 quarterly advancements.

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David: Okay.

Emery: I never failed to get an advancement every quarter. So it took about an average of 4½, 5 years.

I finished my active duty in 5.5 years.

David: Now, did you continue to do your cover job the whole time you worked down there?

Emery: Yeah, I stayed an additional two quarters, actually, after I got out of the military. And they know things started getting a little different down there because – I think I told you this once before – I started getting bodies that were pretty warm.

And I could tell that they were very recent by the rigor mortis that barely set in.

But after I finished my work with the United States Air Force, I decided to stay working in the underground labs of Sandia and Los Alamos.

David: Did that allow you to have more hours since you didn’t have a cover job any more?

Emery: Absolutely, . . .

David: Okay.

Emery: . . . it sure did.

David: So tell me the difference between a shift that you would have had . . . Like, walk us through your typical day before you left the Air Force to after you left the Air Force.

Like, how many hours did you work? Where did you go? Just so we have a sense of that.

Emery: Yes, my work started at 5:30 AM at the Kirtland Air Force Base Hospital.

David: Okay.

Emery: We worked till about 2:30 to 3:30 PM, and then I went into work at 7:00 PM at the underground location.

And I would stay there, usually, anywhere from 4~8 hours, and then just go home and repeat that anywhere from 5~7 days a week.

The active duty job at Kirtland Air Force Base, I only worked Monday through Friday, pulling emergency trauma call usually one weekend a month.

And during these times, by pulling call, I was not allowed to work in the underground bases because I was not allowed to have a beeper, and beepers don’t work down there.

David: So once you left the Air Force, what was your schedule like in the underground base?

Emery: It was great. I kept the same hours because I liked working evenings. I’m a night person, and I’m very productive at night.

So I’d go in around 5:00 PM and be out of there by 1:00 or 2:00 AM. Sometimes, I would have to stay longer. Sometimes, I had to spend the night there.

I started transitioning over from doing the harvesting and autopsy work and moving more in the direction of biologics and was part of their biological warfare division where they were making all sorts of . . . types of things to control viruses and to also deploy viruses around the world.

David: Well, certainly in terms of known international agreements like the Geneva Convention, we’re not supposed to be using conventional chemical weapons or biological weapons.

Emery: Correct.

David: But this clearly sounds like they didn’t care about that.

Emery: Yeah, no, it was a total disregard for humanity. And they were trying to figure out how to make a virus that was very specific to your lineage.

So . . . And they would deploy these via using contrails with the jets. You know, you heard about these conspiracy theories.

And that’s one way they would do it, was just to spray a city. And let’s say they could get the lineage DNA from a specific ethnic race maybe. And if you had that genetic code in you, it would wipe out all that race, all that part of the human race.

David: Well, clearly nothing like that’s actually been done because we’re all still here.

Emery: Correct.

David: But they were trying to find things like this?

Emery: Yeah, and they took extraterrestrial DNA . . . Some extraterrestrials a long time ago could program their leukocytes and monocytes to combat certain genetic races.

So if you programmed your leukocytes and white blood cells, neutrophils, and whatnot to attack someone like me, and I was a different race, you would just have to come up to me and your body already has a virus in it which your white blood cells are okay with.

And by touching me or sneezing on me or just communicating with me somehow physically or airborne-wise, you could give me this virus, and it would kill me.

David: Well, I could see skeptics attacking you on this point because leukocytes would involve . . . they would need to involve blood to blood contact I would assume.

Emery: The leukocytes are protecting them from my virus. So if I have a virus and you know you have a virus, we can’t really fight each other or touch each other because we’ll die.

So those leukocytes were ramped up to fight this specific virus that I’m going to give you.

David: Okay.

Emery: So once it was airborne or transmitted through any blood pathogen wise or whatnot, it would get into your system.

David: I still don’t really think I’ve heard you say why they would . . . How would they justify designing an ethno-specific virus? What was the angle? What would they tell you about why this was necessary?

Emery: I was told there’s some religious organizations and factions out there that are actually trying to do this.

And just in case one day there is some sort of mass extinction of barely killing almost more than half of the population, and they wanted to get control over it.

And if they had some sort of gender, race beef with somebody, and they wanted to get rid of a certain type of race, that’s how they would release this.

David: Wow!

Emery: Yes.

David: Were they trying to develop it for every type of person on Earth?

Emery: Well, I don’t know that. I was just . . . I know this because I heard scientists talking about it. And it wasn’t in a briefing that I read. I’ve actually heard the scientists talking about this type of technology.

And I was in a lower echelon part of the base once I got out of my active duty service from the military and was working on growing proteins and things.

David: Well, this is very disturbing stuff, and I’m curious as to what stories do they tell people who are working on this to make them feel like they’re doing a good job, or they’re serving their country.

What was the angle?

Emery: Yeah, the angle for that is most of them do know they’re doing this. And I know some scientists that have been in these projects that had a change of heart halfway through.

And these scientists, sometimes, if they try to get out and they’re that deep in, they will make sure that you can’t get out.

And they will inoculate you with things, so if you did return to the surface without getting the antidote, you would die from sunlight.

David: Really?

Emery: Yes. And this is how they keep control of the scientists. Many of them have families on the outside, and they get fed up with some of the things that are going on because they’re afraid that if something did happen, it would maybe affect their grandchildren or their daughters and sons.

So they are starting to stand up now – the scientists in here. And they’re starting to fight back.

And the White Hats out there, the Cabal, are also getting a little bit upset about the small percentage of the Cabal that is kind of death and destruction.

David: Okay, so let’s now go through how your time working in the underground base ended. You had mentioned something about that warm specimens came in.

Did you decide that you wanted to quit and submit a resignation?

Emery: Yes.

David: How did this happen?

Emery: That’s exactly what I did. Just like you would with a normal job, you have to fill out a lot of paperwork, and you have to be tracked for x amount of time.

Mine was 20 years after I got out that I had to be willing to come in for questioning if needed. Or if I had surgeries, I would have to notify them. If I was traveling to hazardous locations, I would have to notify them.

There was different types of lists of things that you had to follow in order for you have a nice discharge from the underground civilian lab.

David: When Pete Peterson’s wife died, they . . . the people he’d been working for brought him in for an extended two month debriefing because they were very worried that the emotional trauma of losing this woman he was very attached to might cause him to start talking.

So did they monitor your life for these types of crises and could you end up getting brought back in if something happened?

Emery: Yes, absolutely, they did. And it’s happened even after my 20 years. I was approached even recently after my mother passed away last year.

So, yes, they do keep tabs, and it doesn’t bother me at all. I mean, I know they’re always looking anyway. There’s no sacred secret conversation on this planet, that’s for sure, because everything is recorded everywhere.

And they’ve had that technology when I was there. So that was 20 years ago that they had the technology to record all the vibrations on the planet and every voice.

David: You’ve probably heard about these satellites from the National Reconnaissance Office that are constantly recording the surface of the Earth where everybody is and have enough resolution that they could actually read the fine print on your driver’s license if you were just holding it in your hand.

Emery: Good grief, that was in the 1960s, sir.

David: Ha, ha.

Emery: You know what we can do now? We can see what’s inside the walls.

We can see what kind of termite is eating inside your wall. And that’s public information now that they’re doing in South America. Big corporation that’s usually using that something, using that technology for spying, but now they’re using it to make money to support their, you know, other agendas.

So, yeah, these things have been around for a while. And you can go pretty much anywhere on the planet in 40 minutes with these satellites and get HD 4K pictures of anyone, regardless if there’s cloud coverage, . . .

David: Hm.

Emery: . . . you know, and also get a wave form back of exactly what it is.

David: Wow!

Emery: Yeah.

David: So let’s go to the point now where you filed all this paperwork and you get discharged. What is your life like immediately after you left this job?

You’re not in the military anymore. You’re not working underground anymore.

Where did you go? What did you do? And when was your next contact with the classified world?

Emery: Well, actually, I stayed in contact with the classified world in a medium state, which means: if there is a project coming or people are coming that you’re needed because of a very specific special thing, then I can go back and do a couple weeks or a week work with them.

David: Oh.

Emery: So I actually kept my clearance. And that you have to do twice a year. You have to check in and re-get your clearance and whatnot.

But I was . . . from that point, I stayed in New Mexico another couple of years, and then I went back to my hometown in Fort Myers, Florida to take care of my family. My mom and dad were not doing so well.

David: Well, but what did you do in New Mexico? Were you employed; do you have a job?

Emery: Yeah. Absolutely. I’m sorry.

David: Okay.

Emery: So after I got out of the underground projects, I stayed in New Mexico for an additional couple of years and was working at the University of New Mexico Hospital as a surgical first assist.

David: During those couple of years you said they would call you in at least twice a year for these checkups.

Emery: The twice a year is like keeping your clearance verification updated, because I would take at least maybe four days a month every now and then and work in the project still.

David: Okay. What types of assignments were you doing at that time? Could you walk us through one example of you working for four or five days after you had left the base full-time?

Emery: Yeah, at that time, I was just working with cells and culturing cells – not of Earth origin cells, I’ll say, – but that were very alive and well, and growing cells in Petri dishes. So nothing too exciting.

I moved away from all the autopsy stuff because I just . . . after having a couple of these beings come that were warm, I just had a really different feeling.

And then after meeting beings and seeing how beings are and not knowing any stories that I was not privy to, you know, it was just kind of . . . I just didn’t feel like it was right anymore, you know . . . to be part of that.

David: So let’s go now to . . . How did you get to Fort Myers and did you continue to interface with this classified world, and through what means?

Emery: Yes, I did. I stayed in contact with them and checked in twice a year. And just a few times they had some questions about some extraterrestrials that I had worked on in the past.

David: Did you have to travel back to New Mexico?

Emery: Yes, yes, I did. I had to travel . . .

David: And how did you do that?

Emery: I just got on a flight and traveled back.

David: Okay.

Emery: And the same thing: I would stay off base and would come in in the mornings, actually, instead of the evenings and get my duties, my duty paperwork, and show up to the gate at Sandia, and then actually go through a different location that goes underground through there, and not the same location.

I don’t know why they changed it once I got out. Maybe they just changed locations for their own reasons. I have no idea.

David: Did this means of entering the base have anything different from what you described was before, or was it just a different door?

Emery: No, it was a little different because now I’m working with biologics that are very dangerous. And you actually have to be monitored before you go in and after you go in through these special analyzers that you have to walk through.

So you have to go through this area to get cleansed. And one of these things would be called a dry plasma shower.

And the dry plasma shower basically was taking samples and killing surface bacteria that was all over you, that you just normally have. And it also somehow counts particles on your body to see if they resonate frequencies of known bad cellular material.

David: Could you wear clothes while you have the dry plasma?

Emery: Yes, you can.

David: Oh!

Emery: You can wear clothes. On the way out, though, you have to go through that with no clothes.

There’s another one that you have to go through after you change in the locker room, and it’s up to you if you want to do it, but it’s a protocol. It’s like not made for you to do, but everyone does it. We just do it as a precaution.

There’s a very small percentage that you may have had something when you leave those – not to say something is a bad something, but something you could have picked up from somebody else.

David: So I assume that your outdoor clothes are quarantined on the outside, and your indoor clothes are quarantined on the inside.

Emery: Correct. Yes.

David: Okay. So give me an example of a specific extraterrestrial species that you had autopsied before that you were called back in for more consultations on later. Tell us what it looked like and why did you get called back?

Emery: Well, they were mutating a bunch of extraterrestrials. So part one of the extraterrestrials that we were actually working on looked like a smaller human being – kind of troll-like. But it also had plant DNA in it.

David: Hm.

Emery: And it was very . . .It would probably remind you of one of those ghillie suits that snipers wear full of moss and leaves.

So think of a 24” to 36” tall troll-like being that has, instead of hair, it has real plant life growing on it.

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David: Wow!

Emery: Yes! And it also uses the energy from UV light to keep it healthy. And it actually absorbs moisture through its skin, and it’s very mossy like.

And it has . . . I’ve seen many of these. Some have, like, . . . it looks like a wig, like hair, but they’re so extremely mossy, like It on “The Addams Family”, that you cannot see its face unless you actually started pushing away the plant life that’s growing on this creature.

David: Would this plant life cause it to feel physical pain if it was removed?

Emery: No.

David: Or was it more like body hair?

Emery: No, it’s more like body hair, but the closer you get to where the stem is, the more nerve fibers and neurons that are in it.

So neurologically, the plant life has binded and mutated with real cellular material. That was a human and an ET.

David: I can’t read your mind about why you say it’s troll-like. Was there something about its face that was unusual?

Emery: Yes. The face . . .

David: Could you describe exactly what?

Emery: Yeah, I can tell you that on the face and neck of these types of creatures, it’s like a bark on a pine tree, and it’s very rough and cracked-like, very cracked.

So if you could dry a gray piece of clay in the Sun, and you know how it just crumbles and cracks away, that’s exactly what it looks like.

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But they do have a nose. They have a mouth. They have ears and they have eyes.

David: Well, a troll, for example, somebody might think of a really pronounced lower jaw with two teeth coming up like this or something.

Emery: No, no canine teeth like that – just regular teeth. And the insides are red and pink, like our mouths. And they have a tongue and they breathe.

It’s just they get a lot of their energy from their skin.

David: Do they have this plant life growing off of their face, or is the face area . . . if you pull it back . . .

Emery: Just the face area is, like I said, it’s this crumbly, crackly, bark-like hard core, very tough-looking face, very rigid, with no muscles in the face that you could tell for them to smile, or they can open their jaw and things like that.

But no facial features that you could really tell because of the roughness of this skin.

David: What were the facial proportions like compared to an Earth human?

Emery: Their head was much larger than the body, so you’re looking at a head that would be maybe just a half a size larger than our normal head.

David: What about the relationship of the size of the eyes, nose and mouth to the face?

Emery: It was very compact because you’re looking at a 36” being here.

So, you know, if you think of someone has dwarfism, for instance, around that kind of size where the legs and the bones are a little bit more compacted, not long and lean like ours are.

And they may have this moss growing all over their body. And you might even have leaves and vines coming out of the bodies, especially on the back.

The most pronounced is on the back where you have these vines and you have this moss growing off them. And then you have just the regular green moss you see growing on rocks on a stream, let’s say, on the rest of the body.

And very, very small hands and very, very small feet.

David: So you’re saying that this is not a natural species, but this was an engineered life form?

Emery: Correct.

David: Why would they want to make a vegetable/hominid being? Is it for covert work to conceal itself?

Emery: It is. It’s for covert work. They can go weeks without eating, as long as they have sunlight and water.

They can make their own nutrients through this plant interaction with cells.

David: Hm.

Emery: And it’s very fascinating science, by the way, of how that all is intertwined. But they did it.

David: Did you ever get to see or interact with a live moss being, as we can call it?

Emery: Yes, absolutely.

David: Okay. How did it communicate?

Emery: It communicated with its hands.

David: Really?

Emery: Yeah, a type of sign language, yes.

David: And what was the feeling that you got from it? How was its level of intelligence, its level of ethics, its consciousness?

Emery: You know, I hate to say not negative, but it is a creepy, spooky type of being. And it’s very quiet and it’s very docile.

It reminds me of kind of like a chameleon that just kinda sits there and moves kinda slowly, like a sloth.

And they’re not very hyperactive beings. They’re just a very slow type of being. And they are taught, from what I was told – I don’t know this for a fact – but I was told through second-hand information that they were taught at a very young age how to communicate because they lack vocal cords.

David: Oh. So their face doesn’t move very much?

Emery: No.

David: You said it’s very hardened?

Emery: Yeah, It’s very hardened. It barely moves, but they can chew.

David: Do their eyes look like ours, or is there something different about the eyes?

Emery: They’re black.

David: They’re black?

Emery: Black eyes.

David: Really?

Emery: Yes.

David: Wow!

Emery: There is no pupil. You cannot see their pupil. They’re pitch black, which does frighten some people.

David: So what would be the objective? If they were going to deploy these beings into the field, would these beings actually be used on the surface of the Earth?

Would they be for surveillance? Would they be trained to assassinate people?

What would they be doing?

Emery: Not to kill. They’re not that adept, but definitely for surveillance. I mean, the best . . . What better creatures – one that can’t make a sound.

David: Hm.

Emery: Engineered that way, by the way.

David: So give me an example of where the military-industrial complex would deploy a being like this for surveillance purposes?

Obviously, it could camouflage very well.

Emery: I can only speculate.

David: Okay.

Emery: I was not part of any deployment program to spy on with them. So alls I can say is: you would not know one if you even stepped on it. I mean, they’re THAT covered in whatever . . . They can add foliage to the mossy skin, by the way, to . . .

So let’s say they’re going to an area where it needs these types of colors. So they can get fungi and different types of moss and implant this on the body, and it will grow into that skin.

David: Really?

Emery: Yes, which is fascinating. So they can pretty much mask any type of field grass, any type of trees around the world, you know, by . . .

David: So part of their body would be like soil, and you could actually plant things in it?

Emery: It’s not soil, but it’s a honeycomb matrix of collagen tissue that can hold water for many, many weeks. It’s like a skin.

And it’s embedded in the skin and comes out of the skin, just like a honeycomb, but very small, on a very small size – micro-millimeter size. Yeah.

David: So had you first encountered these beings while you were still working full-time in the underground base?

Emery: Yes, I did. And I think because of these beings coming from an Inner Earth place, they were somehow able to grow things on them already.

David: Oh, so you’re saying there was an initial stock of being that they got from the Inner Earth that they modified.

Emery: Right. And they mixed it with more plant life and made it more into this robust creature.

David: Hm!

Emery: Yes.

David: So had you seen them alive back when you worked in the underground base? Or was this more of an autopsy situation?

Emery: I’ve seen them grown, yes.

David: How would they be grown?

Emery: In a big glass aquarium-type thing with UV lights, suspended off the ground about 3′ on these planter-type things.

David: So since we’re almost out of time here, I’m just curious if there’s anything else interesting about the moss being that you could share with us?

Emery: Absolutely.

David: It’s so bizarre.

Emery: One of the most amazing things is these things cannot procreate.

David: Oh!

Emery: They do not have organs like we do, but they do make seeds.

David: Ha, ha.

Emery: And these seeds have DNA in them. Now, it’s not full of human tissue, okay? It’s still all plant life.

David: Hm.

Emery: Yeah, and I saw a collection of these seeds in an incubator when I was leaving. And one of my colleagues was talking about their doing a new experiment on another type of one of these moss beings.

And I asked why the clearance for you to talk about it was very open. He goes, “No, but I can show you the new incubators that were brought in.”

And we were walking by, and I just remember looking through this giant 3′ circular window and there was a seed in there as big as you – a lot of them.

David: Wow!

Emery: And I just . . . I really just was taken aback. And that was it. I mean, I wasn’t even allowed to know anymore. I wasn’t even allowed to speak.

David: Is it your understanding that the seed could somehow be gestated and become another one of these beings?

Emery: That’s what I’m thinking, or where did THAT seed come from?

David: Ha.

Emery: What dropped THAT seed?

David: Right.

Emery: I mean . . . I mean . . . They’re up to some amazing things in there. And there are no rules. There are no regulations.

David: So could you tell us: What was the reason why you were called back in after you had moved to Fort Myers to deal with this specific being again? What had happened or what was the reasoning behind that?

Emery: There was an incident on the lab and the team was destroyed.

David: An incident. Could you be a little more specific?

Emery: No.

David: Hm. Well, I would imply from what you said that there was some sort of hostile interaction with one of these beings?

Emery: No, not from the beings.

David: Oh, okay. So for some reason this is something that you really don’t want to tell us, or you were ordered not to say. Is that correct?

Emery: I just can’t . . . Like, it’s just too much to . . . I know those people, so . . .

David: Hm.

Emery: It’s too hard for me to talk about.

David: Okay. Can you give us another example of something interesting that you were called back for when you were living in Fort Myers?

Emery: I did go back just for the normal tissue sampling a couple of times. And it was just because they were short on technicians and short on staff.

I know there was an outbreak one time in the facility, and 20% of the facility people caught a very rare virus. And it’s kind of like the hantavirus. I don’t know if it was the hantavirus.

Sorry, I don’t know if you guys know about that. There was an outbreak of that in 1993. And there’s a virus . . .

David: You’re talking about the hantavirus?

Emery: Yeah.

David: Yeah.

Emery: And that virus . . . that was actually made in that facility.

David: This is the flesh-eating bacteria?

Emery: No, it gives you more like flu-like symptoms, and a . . . to death pretty quickly.

David: Wow!

Emery: And you’re ferociously vomiting and diarrhea, and your lungs start to shut down, and it’s hard to breathe.

David: Hm.

Emery: So there was a similar virus like that that actually broke out in the lab and people were deathly ill. Almost 20% of the bio area, the biologics area, was so sick. And, you know, they were not allowed to return to service. They had to go to the hospital, the underground hospital, and be quarantined.

David: Wow! Were there a lot of casualties?

Emery: Ah, yeah, there was. Half of the 20% passed.

David: Oh, wow!

Emery: Yeah.

David: So you were brought in because of your expertise on this to try to help stop the outbreak?

Emery: No, I actually was just going so they could keep working – just normal work.

David: Oh, you were just like a fill-in.

Emery: I was just a fill-in – just PRN. [Pro re nata – literally “for the thing born”; a medical term meaning “as needed”.]

David: Wow! I’m curious – in just the last couple of minutes we have here – we’ve talked about some negative uses of this, but I’m wondering if this same technology could be used for positive purposes. And if so, do you have any specific knowledge about that?

Emery: Funny thing you asked that because part of this story that I had to return to New Mexico because of this outbreak of a virus that was made there that 20% of the people contracted, they designed a virus to kill that virus . . .

David: Oh, really?

Emery: . . . and save the other 10% in less than a few days.

David: Oh, wow!

Emery: And it’s really hard to make a whole new species of bacteria or a virus in just a couple of days.

David: Wow!

Emery: They did not have this on the shelf. I know that for sure. But since then, they have been able to make viruses that fight viruses or bacteria that fight viruses.

And so it was a good thing that came out of it, even though it was a horrific, horrific accident that happened in there.

And THAT is now being employed in other civilian-use places, I believe.

And it’s coming out really slowly because they’re doing a lot of data [collection] on it. And I think that’s a positive thing.

I just know that through the part of the hybrid things I was involved with, they were changing DNA with viruses.

And it was the easiest way to mix a protein with a protein where it’s accepted. So the whole body would change.

And then they would take those cells and grow it and/or inoculate another being.

And that’s what they kept doing is inoculating beings over and over and over with these different types of viruses. And then you have this super being.

David: So we could have, for example, people starting to have super visions, super hearing, psychic abilities perhaps, all from these types of inoculation.

Emery: That’s correct.

David: Well, that’s very fascinating. Well, Emery, I want to thank you for coming forward. This is very fascinating, very bizarre information.

Emery: Very bizarre.

David: But sometimes the fact that it’s so bizarre makes me more inclined to believe that it’s true . . .

Emery: Yeah.

David: . . . because who would have ever invented or thought of something like this?

Emery: It’s definitely a hard nut to crack.

David: Yeah, that’s for sure. And I want to thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure” with our special guest, Emery Smith.


Emery Smith | Cosmic Disclosure: A Day In The Life Underground — Season 11, Episode 10

David Wilcock: Welcome to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I’m your host, David Wilcock. We are here with our guest, Emery Smith.

In this episode, we’re going to talk about what it is like to have a day in the life on a highly classified underground base.

Emery, welcome back to the show.

Emery Smith: Hey, Dave.

David: We’ve talked in some length now about your autopsy experiences. We’ve kind of had an overview of that.

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