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.
So I think you’re painting, now, a very intriguing picture, and it would be hard to spend some time in that world and then leave that world.
Was there ever a time that you got to stay in that world, that you actually stayed overnight at the base?
Emery: Yes, yes. Many times I had to stay the night in the base – I think maybe up to 60 times, actually, total.
And the reason for that depends. There’s many different reasons why you would have to spend the night in a base.
They go on lockdown sometimes when you’re working there, and you might not know why it’s a lockdown. But you’re there, they close the hatches, and now you’re going to be spending an additional amount of time there other than your work duty time – that you do get paid for, by the way, long as you’re there.
And they have facilities there that are very nice, that you can stay the night, like barracks and whatnot, your own room, your own lavatory, a little even social areas where other people can also live.
The base . . . You could actually live there indefinitely.
And then getting back to why a lockdown would happen, there could have been a breach somehow into the base from another known contractor or other known entity, and everything gets locked down for a while.
And I do recall one time there was a huge explosion . . . that I could actually feel this vibration of this electromagnetic weapon.
And I don’t know where it came from, but part of the base, maybe a whole acre of the base, was completely destroyed from this explosion.
Now, the rumors I heard was they were practicing . . . utilizing some sort of electromagnetic weapon, and it completely disintegrated a huge sphere of the base.
And there was no radiation or anything like that, but they were just trying to contain the fires and the gas fires that were lit from this explosion, because they use a lot of different flammable gases and chemicals down there.
So now it became a contaminant issue of locking down all the air handlers in that area, locking down all the valves in the different rooms and whatnot.
And, you know, that took up probably 20 hours, I think, I was there for that one.
So these things happen, and you get a nice place to stay, and then you’ll just be updated. And you’ll hear either over an intercom, on your folder, or on your armband. And that’s what happens.
David: If you get a nice place to stay, how conventional is it? How much would it be like going to a hotel room as opposed to something odd like you might see in “Star Trek: The Next Generation”?
Emery: Yes. No, it’s . . . the rooms are never perfectly square. For some reason, they have trapezoidal shapes. There are many different shaped rooms.
And all of the furniture is actually built into the wall and actually comes out of the wall if you wanted to have a sit down or work at a desk.
It has a huge interactive screen on the wall. The screen is three-dimensional. You can do things like go on the Internet, you can read books, you can watch movies, you can order food – my favorite.
And it’s a really interesting dynamic because the room looks like – when you walked in – completely like, “Oh, my gosh, they just gave me a room without a bed.” You know, there’s nothing in there.
And it’s all built into the walls of the room.
I’m not talking about your stand in Murphy bed, either, closet bed that pops out. These are really beautiful.
The architecture of this is seamless, just like on the crafts. So these things will come out of the wall for saving space.
And these rooms are also used for different things. So maybe the room tonight is going to be used for someone to sleep here and spend the night, and maybe tomorrow it will be used for storage.
Or maybe it’ll be used for housing different types of extraterrestrial races because they’re all different. They need different types of furniture, different types of living facilities and restrooms and whatnot.
David: Okay. I’m really curious about one thing. If you’re saying that, like, the bed would extrude out of the wall, is it going to be this weird rubber sheet, or does it actually have sheets like you would have on a typical bed?
Like, in other words, . . .
Emery: Yeah, great question.
David: . . .is the bed with the sheets hidden on like a sliding tray, or is it more like it just kind of morphs out of something?
Emery: No, it is kind of industrial, where it actually either comes out of the wall or out of the floor. It raises our of the floor, or comes out of the wall.
Emery: And there’s always a cover on these things, a very light cover that you pull off. And it has whatever bedding for that race. Like for us, of course, we would just have sheets and things like you said.
You also can control the temperature in your room. You can control the humidity, because different races need certain atmospheres to sleep in. So there’s all these different things.
There also needs different lighting. So there’s different . . . So you can actually put, like, if you wanted ultraviolet light in your room for some reason.
Many extraterrestrials have special lighting that they are accustomed to. They don’t like the lighting that we have. It’s uncomfortable for them. So they can take off their protective eyewear and rest and whatnot.
So there’s many different things for this one little room. It’s like having your own little spaceship, actually.
And you can also change the background noise.
And there’s always a wall in there that projects, let’s say, an outside display like the ocean or a mountain top, and it’s because psychologically, it just helps us better to be in that environment and less stress and anxiety to be on the body.
And you can also preview other photos that are already there and videos that show on the wall from other realms and planets, which was really neat because not everyone that’s not from Earth would want to see a beach, I’ll say.
David: This sounds like something that you’d really want to spend time in. It sounds really, really cool.
Being in this room were you able to sleep, or were you so jazzed by seeing alien worlds and technology that you just want to stay up all night just play around with it?
Emery: Well, yeah. It’s like your screen saver that comes . . . All these pictures come on your screen saver with your computer.
And once you’ve seen all 50 of them, it’s like old hat. It’s not a big deal. So where you want to pick today? What screen do you want?
The neat thing about sleeping is the bed is actually also self-contained. So it’ll have like a . . . On the sides of it, it actually comes in like a spiral, and it’s like a little globe, and it comes over your bed.
And that is for more with other races, where they have to have the environment pressurized for their body types.
And inside that, which is neat, is kind of like you see the generic mood lighting you would have at a restaurant or whatever. There’s these little diagrams on the inside of the bed, like right on the side, on the top right side.
And it’s like a little computer screen, and you can pick your moisture. You can pick your mood lighting. You can even pick a breeze of stuff. And I don’t know exactly where it comes from. I think it comes from under the bed, to be honest, because I’ve never seen a fan on this, but you do feel circulating air, which is neat.
And then you can also change the temperature in there compared to what’s on the outside of the bed.
So it is actually air tight because you can create a vacuum in there.
David: So let’s talk about the lockdown situation a little bit more. How do you know that there is a lockdown, first of all? Is there like an intercom system, or what happens?
Emery: Well, as you’re working in the operating room, don’t forget, there’s a system in there where they are always in contact with you through their helmets. So you can hear if something’s going on.
You know, they’ll come on and say, “We have a lockdown”. Okay? It’s not like I can respond to that. Can’t ask them why, where or what. You know, it’s all because of security. And it’s a normal thing.
And they’ll do fake lockdowns all the time just so you get used to the alarms, you get used to the red lights, you get used to these things that are signaling you so you don’t overreact. “Oh, it’s just another test. I’m going to keep . . .”
So it’s just like we have fire alarm checks in hotels and hospitals and airports, you know. They have to do that every now and then.
And sometimes, you know, you get used to that because you know once a month it happens.
So when it really DOES happen, and all of a sudden you DON’T hear within a few minutes that it’s just an alarm check, then you might think, “Oh, there must be something going on. I guess I’m not going home tonight.”
David: But somebody at some point briefed you on what a lockdown is and the level of danger that it might be? So could you tell us about how that information was conveyed?
Emery: Ah, well, you have to go through the training – part of your training in here that you have to do quarterly. Like in hospitals you have to get TB tested; you have to have your CPR accreditation every year. It’s the same thing in these test facilities and the real facilities.
You have in-services where they’re saying, “This is what happens on a lockdown. You stay where you’re at. You don’t go anywhere until we tell you where to go.”
If there’s an over-hour lockdown, which means it goes over your business hours, your working duty hours, then you’ll be instructed to go to a certain part of the facility where you can go into your room and maybe get something to eat at the cafeteria, or just kind of waiting it out, basically, is what you’re doing.
David: Could you tell us a little bit about the cafeteria, because when I hear cafeteria, I think of trays, and you go and you have scoops of food. You dump them on your thing. Or maybe somebody does that for you. You say, “I want that; I want that.”
Then you go to your table after you got your silverware. You paid a cashier.
How would this cafeteria be, like that, or is it different?
Emery: The cafeterias are nothing like we have here that we would normally see when you go out to eat.
These cafeterias are very plain on the inside. All the walls have a transparent mirror image coating where you can just touch the wall, order your menu of whatever you want.
And let’s say you wanted to have a salad with grilled chicken. That’ll be on there.
It’s just like when someone’s taking your order. You’re taking your own order on this wall.
David: Would this be like an iPad kind of thing?
Emery: No, the entire wall. And these walls are huge and long. Some of the cafeterias there are like 60′ (18.3M] long.
And they have very . . . The chairs and the tables look so bland, kind of like a steel picnic table with stools. And some have backs, some don’t.
Some are very large chairs. Some are very small for different sized people and different sized races.
Some chairs don’t look anything like chairs. Some have large countertops off the actual wall that extend like 3′ [0.9M] out of the wall. And some of those might be 6′ [1.83M] off the ground.
So that being said, it’s all a very intuitive program when you go up to the wall to order whatever you want.
So it you’re getting your chicken salad with your chocolate milkshake, you put the order in and you go down to the side of the wall, and it’ll be there on the inside. This glass will kind of move up, and then you can see the food there, and you just grab it and take it to your table.
David: There’s something I’m not visualizing, though, and that is: Are you saying that there’s just a huge number of different pieces of text of all these different types of food?
David: Or can you click on things and open up folders?
Emery: You can click on it. They have a picture method of a diagram of different types of vegetables, different types of meats and things like that.
And the entire wall does it. So you could . . . Let’s say you’re taller than me, and you would touch the wall with your hand. And then a little scr . . .a little . . . it just comes clear. You can see a screen around you.
And it can do it all the way on the floor. So it doesn’t matter . . . There’s not a specific . . . Wherever you touch this wall, you know, this thing happens where you can actually place this order.
And this is just one cafeteria of many different kinds, but this is a really fun one. That’s why I want to talk about this one specifically, because I think people will relate to this – people that have been in the projects.
So here we go. So you get your food and you go down a little bit, and in the middle of the wall, there’s a big section that’s open. Like you could see a dishwasher person in a regular cafeteria where you put your trays in and stuff to wash.
It’s just the opposite. This is where the food is actually brought into this cubbyhole.
And what’s interesting is there’s also levels of the cubbyholes, of sizes off the floor, for different races and for different people.
And from there you just take your food to your table.
David: Is it on a tray?
Emery: No, it usually isn’t.
David: It would be like a plate, then?
Emery: Yeah. It’s a large plate with everything on it.
Emery: Not a TV dinner. Now, they do have trays there if you want, but no one uses trays. You just grab your food and take it to the table.
And the table is the best thing about the cafeteria. I love the table because the table is another giant screen.
These tables are 10’~20′ [3~6M] long, about 5′ [1.5M] across, 5’~6′ [1.5~1.83M] across. Some have already pre-positioned chairs at these tables.
You can fit 10, 20 people sometimes at a table, depending on the people that are sitting there.
And then there are tables that are just tables. And out of the actual ground, as you’re going up to the table, you just start to sit down and a stool comes out of the ground.
Emery: It’s really neat. And it doesn’t look . . . Like you would think you would hear a sound of [MECHANICAL SOUND], like, “Your stool’s here”.
It was like . . . It just comes out of the ground silently, okay, but they’re all very similar sizes. The ones that come out of the ground are pretty much a normal, maybe, foot and a half in diameter.
Everyone knows where your silverware is. And your condiments and all that stuff are in the table.
So you have this giant picnic table, we’ll say, and it’s all made out of steel. Ah, ah, it looks like steel. Not stainless steel, like a matte steel.
The table itself looks like you’re eating off an iPhone screen, just so you know. I mean the table itself.
So when you put your hand out in a special motion, like flat hand is napkins, double tapping is forks, knives and spoons.
The actual napkin, as you go like this [Emery places his palm down flat in front of him] comes out of the table into your hand.
And I have no idea what this technology is, but there’s no sliding anything. There is not a door opening up and these condiments come out or anything like that.
It’s all just on tapping and pulling your hand across it to get something out.
Now, if you don’t know how to do that, which they do teach you different things to do, you can actually hold your hand on the table and a little intuitive apps will come up.
And it will have a picture of a ketchup bottle, a picture of mustard, barbecue sauce, and all these little pictures. Everything’s pictures. There’s no words.
And you can touch and tap on the ketchup bottle or whatever, and the same thing happens. Whatever’s underneath this table, it becomes not solid in that area where the condiments are.
And you can actually . . . It starts to become clear, the table, where you can see the condiments right underneath your hand.
David: Are they like little ketchup packs like you get at the restaurant?
Emery: Oh, it’s the same stuff that we use.
Emery: It’s the same stuff you probably get at the fast food restaurants.
Emery: I don’t use condiments, but definitely this is one of the things that I was so intrigued about, and everybody was, because this technology could be used for a lot better things.
Like we could use that technology in surgery. But for whatever reason, this is how it is, and there is palpable. So once you take your hand off, it becomes solid again.
And this is probably one of the most amazing technologies that they share with everyone, but no one’s allowed to know how it works.
You can’t ask . . . Who are you going to . . . There’s no one to ask.
That’s another thing: You’re not allowed to ask about technologies. You’re not allowed to ask certain things about your room. You’re not allowed to ask about: “Why does he have this special folder and you don’t.”
And this is a really interesting concept of high tech stuff that’s way advanced compared to what we have right now here that should be out right now, but probably not because it would be dangerous.
David: Well, you said that this is napkin, right? [David lays his hand down flat with an open palm and pulls his hand back.] Down and out is “napkin”.
David: Double tap is for condiments or silverware.
David: Or silverware. So were there other gestures like that?
Emery: Yeah, there’s different gestures for your hand, especially if you use . . . double tapping, too . . . I’m sorry. I should tell you double tapping means you have to use at least two fingers.
Emery: And there’s nothing more than two fingers, but you can also draw on the table, okay?
Let’s say you needed a special utensil because there’s different utensils for different races, which is really interesting.
And by putting your whole palm on the hand, then you get to scroll through that little app, and you can pick a special utensil or special whatever.
The other thing I must tell you is that where the napkins come out is different than where the condiments come out, which is different from where the silverware comes out.
And the silverware is always going to be on your left, and the condiments and napkins are on your right. And that’s all it does is those types of things.
David: Did you ever think that there might be some sort of particalization or materializer technology making the food? Because I’ve heard from a lot of other people that have been through similar things that they could “print” a meal.
Emery: Absolutely. All the food and everything that they have there that’s of substance – not drinks, though – but everything else is 3D printed.
David: Do you know anything about whether there is a raw material that’s required to make the food that they start with? Or how does that work, exactly?
Emery: Well, through my experiences working with 3D printing of organs and other projects I’ve been involved with, it has to do with . . . Like you said, the particles and the atomic structure can be reproduced anywhere for a head of lettuce to a brain, which all have the same construct. It’s all mass and atoms and how those mass and atoms are rearranged in molecules.
So basically you can probably print anything. That’s why it’s so easy for the system to make you any kind of food you want.
They also have this device that the food goes through after it’s printed in the back that is able to cook the food to a certain temperature or cool It to a certain temperature, which I find fascinating.
But it does it within seconds. So medium rare, seconds. You know, below 32 degrees, seconds, because each meal is made in under, like, three minutes.
And that’s how fast these 3D printers are.
And you can hear them behind the wall.
Emery: Yeah. It’s very archaic noises like servos going back and forth and ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, ring, and then, you know.
David: One of my space program insiders who never has been willing to come forward is named Jacob. And he described very similar things, but he also said that the food has some extra benefits that normal food wouldn’t have.
And I don’t want to lead you, but could you tell me if you knew anything like that?
Emery: Yes. That’s the great thing about the food there. It’s over nutritional.
What we have – standards here on the back of boxes and things – it’s just horrific that they could be doing this – you know, adding a little bit more vitamin C to something, or adding a little bit more minerals to something.
They do the least amount here out in the real world. But in there, it’s the opposite.
It’s like super heavy doses of all sorts of minerals and things that are not found “on the surface”, is what we say, and also takes away things that are harmful in there, like toxins and fats. It’s printed without any of that.
David: Jacob also said that this food could clean your mouth as you eat it and would digest into pure nutrition in your body. I’m curious if you had that experience.
Emery: I don’t know that for a fact. I just know what they’ve taught me and told me there about the nutritional value of the food. It’s the best of the best.
And there’s nothing in there that’s put in there to . . . You know, we are an investment to these corporations. We are a huge investment. And they take really good care of us as far as nutrition, medical, and things like that, unless you make a mistake.
David: Some of the people I’ve talked to about this printed food – not all of them – some of the insiders have said that it is the most amazingly good tasting, flavorful . . . like, it’s . . . like each meal is the best possible realization of that dish you could ever imagine.
Emery: That is true. It tastes better than anything I’ve had on the surface. And I think that has to do with the quality of the cells, or whatever, that they made the food from, and the amount of nutrition that goes in there and being able to print food without the bad things that are in normal meals, pesticides and whatnot. There’s none of that.
I mean, this is the purest apple you’re ever going to eat in your life.
And there were some sort of enzymes and things they add to food, so like your friend said, it will digest immediately into the system, and you won’t have as much digestive problems and things like that. That is absolutely true.
David: Let me share another thing that Jacob said that I think is interesting to add here.
His people in the Secret Space Program were worried that we might become dependent on this super nutritious food.
They looked at the physiologies of certain ETs, like some of the Grey types, and it’s literally like an esophagus that goes right to the anus. It’s just like a tube, a straight shot, no intestines, no stomach.
And they were worried that perhaps if we don’t use food the old-fashioned way, that our systems are not going to be able to survive anymore unless we have this type of food. Could you comment on that?
Emery: Yes, I can. I believe what’s happening here is the actual body really doesn’t need food if you can create the energy it needs, the cells and the genetic disposition of your nucleolus and of all the cells in the body.
And that’s why some people can go years without eating. They have mastered that energy.
With a lot of the ETs we’ve seen from the far future, they barely have a mouth. They barely have a nose. And the reason is: over time we will not be eating any more. It’ll just be something you do for fun on the side to do that. It’ll be just like a social thing, because all the energy that your cells need, you can teletransport into your body.
We’re starting to do that now with chemicals, with IVs, with vitamin IVs, all these things.
So I do believe it’s going to go to a route where we won’t have to eat any more. And that being said, the body, over millions of years, will adapt, and some of the organs will not be needed because the foods will be so pure you don’t need your liver and pancreas to add enzymes, and your gallbladder to break down the food because it already has it in the nutritional value of the preprinted food.
David: Were you ever able to have contact with the outside world once you got in there? Or, obviously, they’re not going to give you a telephone or anything.
David: So you’re . . .
Emery: It’s heavily monitored. Even the Internet, there’s no cameras, so you can’t do a FaceTime or something like that.
You have to understand, back then a lot of this stuff really wasn’t out there like you guys have now. It was really . . . Early ’90s it was just at its beginning stages with the computers and stuff.
But you had ways to go on and watch things, listen to things, but mostly just for entertainment. You were not allowed to communicate with anyone. You were not allowed to have a mobile phone.
Back then I didn’t have a mobile phone. We had beepers.
And no electronics you were allowed to bring.
David: It sounds really like a wonderful place, and I’m curious if you could request to stay there if there wasn’t a lockdown.
Could you get to a certain level of clearance where they’d allow you to do that?
Emery: I’m not aware of in my facility of anyone being allowed to stay there just because. There would have to be an event that they asked you to stay, or something went wrong where they had a lockdown.
There is not a . . . I wasn’t authorized to just say, “Hey, I want to stay a month here and hang out.” No, not at all.
David: What was the longest time that you got to spend on lockdown, because it sounds like it’s not really a bad thing.
Emery: I was there almost a week, about six days, . . .
Emery: . . . on one lockdown. And it was just . . . Because of lockdown, my area was damaged. So I actually wanted to work overtime and extra time to get caught up for . . .
Sometimes there are deadlines to get things done, and I was working on a really interesting project, so I wanted to stay. I wanted to get it done. I had no problem staying the extra time.
I didn’t really have too many friends and family. This WAS my life. This is how I lived.
And by doing that, it also shows that you’re really willing to help and be there.
Sometimes they give you a choice. “You have a choice. You can stay and finish the project, or you can at least work eight, and then you can leave and come back, but please come back.”
I didn’t want to do that because I could work an easy 12, 14 hours and not be tired because the air quality is great. The water is fourth-state-of-water. The food is highly nutritional.
And it was just like you said. It WAS a place that was interesting, and for me, exciting to be part of such an amazing thing.
And every time I ever went back to work I learned something new. I would learn things about the new races. I would be able to overstay my time in the library, which was really important to me.
David: Was there ever a case of a lockdown where everybody was genuinely terrified, and some knowledge of what was going on did seep through? Or was it always just, “Oh, we’re on lockdown again. I don’t know what this is. And that’s it.”
Emery: No, there were a couple of times like that. It was kind of frightening when a major lockdown happens and you don’t get to know what’s going on. And then you have to stay a night, just like one night.
And then usually you find out why it happened, or they’ll just send in a disinformation campaign and say, “Oh, there was a fire” or something. It’s something so generic you know they’re lying to you.
But that’s the excuse “to help you relax and wait for the fire to go out,” we’ll say.
And a lot of these things, . . . we didn’t know what happened. Usually if you stay on the projects long enough, you’ll find out like nine months later or a year later, “Oh, that’s why we were on lockdown back in January for two days. Wow! Someone left with a virus or something, and they had to cleanse that whole wing.”
And when I say “cleanse”, it’s not good, because whoever’s in that wing has to be terminated.
David: Well, this is extremely fascinating. And I’m sure, like many people watching this, I hope I get to see stuff like this one day if we do get any type of real disclosure. What an incredible journey that will be for us as a civilization to start to get to use technology like this.
Emery: Absolutely. I would love to take you in there.
David: Well, maybe we’ll figure it out.
I want to thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure” with our special guest Emery Smith.