EMERY SMITH at StarworksUSA with Paola Harris

Biography: Emery Smith III was born on January 28th, 1972 to his parents Emery and Dorothy Smith in Plainfield, New Jersey. At about 8 years of age, he moved to Fort Myers, Florida to be raised on a self-sustainable farm with a fascination for the universe and a fixation on science, particularly aerospace and biologics. Excelling in all of his classes at such a young age, Emery quickly advanced his education and pursued his dream of joining the United States Airforce.


By age 10, Emery was awarded Lee County’s Sharpest Shooter by the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, in which he carried the title on into the military. In 1986, Emery volunteered to join Civil Air Patrol, an auxiliary of the air force, where he worked on a vast array of life saving missions. He obtained his single engine pilot’s license shortly thereafter, and became an EMT by age 16. During this time, Emery participated in all extracurricular activities that would advance his rank, knowledge and experience within the military. His time put into ARMY ROTC, the Lee County’s sheriff explorer’s unit, and other advanced training courses paid off, and Emery quickly succeeded with accomplishing his goals.

In 1990, Emery became active duty in the USAF and was stationed at Lackland AFB in San Antonio, Texas. From there, he went on to surgical tech training at Sheppard AFB in Wichita Falls, Texas, and then on to England AFB in the 23rd Tactical Fighter Wing, located in Alexandria Louisiana, where he worked as a surgical technologist and surgical first assist. Finally, Emery was transferred to Kirtland AFB in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he worked on and off base at UNM Hospital as a surgical assist and as a paramedic. He was certified in surgical apprenticeship, and also worked as a HAZMAT instructor, EMT, terrorist negotiation coordinator, flight medic specialist, surgical technologist, expert marksman, chemical warfare specialist, biotech warfare specialist, and lead Decon response units, among other positions.

These positions allowed him to work under various specialized surgeons, where each individual taught him multiple procedures and various ways on how to perform them. This uncommonly vast and varying knowledge attained by Emery became highly valuable to those searching for an assistant with such skills in the underground compartmentalized laboratories.

P:  Emery, I have known you for 8 years. I met you when we were shooting the film “Sirius” with Dr. Steven Greer in Crestone, Colorado. You worked with for many years in CSETI. No one had any idea of your real background until 2017. Can you tell us about yourself – the real Emery Smith?

E: Yes. My name is Emery Smith. I was in the United States Air Force for 8 years. I worked on specialized projects, compartmentalized projects. My main job was a surgical first assist and a paramedic. I was asked to do some extra moonlighting jobs, meaning after-hours work for active duty military members that want to make some extra money doing different side jobs that are affiliated with your background in the military. So mine was medical and surgery. So of course, when they asked me to do this, I really thought at the time when I was asked to do this extracurricular job in the evenings that it was probably harvesting human organs and things like that from soldiers that have passed away, or died, during war or things like that. I had no idea at the time that I was going to be working on tissue samples from other-than-earth origin, which is how they classified these samples. Other-than-earth origin is the term that they were using later on. So my first three months in the compartmentalized projects were located below the ground at Kirtland AFB, and it was connected through underground facilities from Sandia (NM) labs to Los Alamos (NM) labs and that is where all these regenerative medicine and different types of compartmentalized surgical programs were going on. We were taking samples from specimens. They could be very small specimens, it could be only 1cm by 1cm, in the early years of my working there, and the longer I stayed in, and the longer I kept my mouth shut, I would get security clearances every 4 – 6 months in advance, so they would give me bigger projects to work on. A lot of the specimens I had at the beginning, I worked on over 3,000 different specimens. That doesn’t mean full body specimens by the way, it could be just a body part, it could be just a piece of tissue, muscle, a piece of an organ that I had to take small samples of, and send them away for genetic testing or for other testing. I was not allowed to ask where these specimens came from, I was not allowed to inquire about that unless it was necessary for me to understand what type of specimen it was. And a lot of these specimens did look very human. They looked like tissues and organs that I would normally see in normal day surgery – in working in trauma surgery and working in all different facets of surgery. I was trained in all the different types of surgeries out there by many different types of physicians. And we do have the documentation to prove this by the way. I just received it all from the US Air Force.

P: You talk about these labs being used by sub-contractors and that underground bases are also used for research by trans-national companies. How does the military cooperate in this?

E: They always use military active duty members to work civilian jobs. This is not a military run laboratory. You have to understand, it is on a military base, and on the military base is Sandia Labs which is a civilian owned government base and in that hundred and fifty floors down below that, each floor is actually rented out and leased out to major contractors which are all civilian contractors. So there are many different agendas.

P: The difference in your story is that you have documentation; that is documents from the military to prove you were military.

E: This documentation just proves that I was in the USAF. That these colonels, generals and captains were aware of my abilities, and it does not talk about extraterrestrials or UFOs, so everyone knows, but it also shows the certificates of training and the diplomas, and of course my honorable discharge, DD Form 214, (Cerficate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty).

P: You are one of the powerful insiders to release your story. You remind me of the late Dr. Michael Wolf Kruvante and Dan Burisch who also worked on classified secret projects at Area 51.  Dan Burisch describes time travel. But you worked at Kirkland Air Force Base in New Mexico and you mention time travel technology also. As complicated as it seems, can you discuss it with us?

E: They are trying to perfect portal technology by not using earth grid points. So they are trying to do it electronically. I was part of a program on a team, I was a medic that went through these portals to different civilizations, possibly different planets to collect just very small samples of plants and minerals and dirt.

When I left the project, they recently just contacted me to come back. I really needed the job, this was last year, and when I asked about who is on the team, because I know all the people on there, they just said, “there was a malfunction, everyone is dead.” And this has happened before with smaller amounts of people going through, small teams where maybe one person would make it.

There is not a good mortality rate, with this thing, which means they haven’t really perfected it. But of course it is pretty amazing.  Just like astronauts take a risk when they go to the moon, or to space.

It is a big empty hangar looking thing like you see in the movies, but it is underground and it has been carved out of the ground in a certain area. There are two different ones.  One that is above the ground in a hangar and there is one on the bottom level. And it has this giant square-like frame of a type of steel, a type of metal. And that is the area that you actually walk up into, and you walk through this square.

The field around there is very electro-magnetized, and as you walk up to it, you feel sometimes this sensitivity.  You have to walk on this line because for some reason, there is just this small slice in the fabric of time that you can walk through. Now when you look at it, you see the other side of the room. So it is not like in the movies, where it is like this big thing of water, or you know.  Sometimes it is a little blurry, but not much. And as you go through it, you completely disappear, and you are at the point where they wanted you to be. If you move out of the line when you walk through the fabric rip, you will die. It has something to do with this small area as you are walking this line to get in there.

On the missions, the places I have been, I don’t know where they were.  I didn’t know if it was another planet. It seemed to me like it was another planet. The atmosphere was fine, I could breathe. The temperature was always nice, and we always came out exactly where we needed to be. And even some times they told us, from other people that had been there before us, exactly what we were going to see to make sure we were at the right spot.

Compasses don’t work there at these places. So that made me think I wasn’t on earth because maybe it had a different type of magnetic field or a different type of iron ore deposit on the planet, which was interesting. They also have special types of compasses that would work on different planets. I don’t know, I’m just hypothetically speaking.

So we would go there, and we would sample, and we weren’t there very long. Sometimes just 15 or 20 minutes and when you come back we had been gone for an hour, sometimes three hours, it depends.  Somehow, even though we were only there for 15 minutes, when we come back, sometimes we could lose a half a day.

I never had a problem with messed up sleep cycles or jet lag after these trips. It was pretty energizing, it is a pretty amazing adrenaline rush.

P: Describe coming back to present time.

E: So as you walk through there, there is always a marked spot, as soon as you walk through. There is another one of these frame works on the other side and somethings they are not a man-made frame, sometimes they are like a Stonehenge frame, a rock frame. Very ancient stuff.

The government has not perfected this yet, but there are places all around the planet that have these devices that they are using for all sorts of things. There are also ones at the bottom of the ocean that I think are being used by extraterrestrials. Huge, megalithic areas that craft come out of.

(Regarding pressure changes when going through the portal) I have sinus problems and I always notice the slightest pressure. I love scuba diving and I like free diving and I know everything about pressure with that, and from working with the hyperbaric chamber at the Aeromedical Institute.  We walk through this and there is always this popping noise, like when you are in a plane, and some people, when you are going up, and it pops. It is very noticeable.  I feel crackling in my bones in my body, but not painful, but like a popping noise, like a small crackling sound as you go through this.  Maybe, might be static or something, but it is in my body.  But my ears always pop all the time when I go through here. It is not painful, it is some sort of a weird pressure change.

One of the leaves that we collected from this giant plant, was bulletproof.  So think of what they could do with this so thin of a leaf.  And it can stop a bullet. Our bullets. I think the next set of carbon fiber they are going to be coming out with is going to have this major capability, they have probably already conquered it for sure by now.  We will probably be seeing it in things we don’t need like plastic bottles. But this is something that I think is tremendously helpful because this also can be used as a skin graft.

This is where it is going. We are going to be changing slowly but surely.

P: This is all very incredible. Emery why are you doing this? What is your vision for the future?

E: I think we have a very hopeful, beautiful future for the planet. I think many people now are coming forward with amazing technologies. There are amazing scientists out there that have already developed stuff to make this move forward a lot faster. I think we just need to work on our consciousness and work on taking care of each other instead of killing each other, and remove the ego.  Let’s show more compassion and love to everyone.

The technologies with our consciousness will also expand. But first we have to get more people thinking the way we think, before we can get these amazing technologies.  Yeah, they are right here right now! It is very frustrating – I had something I couldn’t release it, and now, things are changing. People are stepping up to the plate.  Corporations want change. They want to get out of this mess that we are in because they are driven by money.  Which is fine because we all have to work together, we have to stay together, and we have to be together because let’s face it, we are all one anyway. So there is just a part of us that we need to realign. And help educate our younger children because that is what is going to save the future–all the little ones being born today. It is really important that we get them on the right track from those first eight years of age. That is so important.

Paola Harris and Emery Smith– – – – –

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