Season 11, Episode 2
David Wilcock: Welcome to another episode of “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, and we are here with Emery Smith and Corey Goode, truly a roundtable of insiders' insiders, giving you cutting edge glimpses of a world that most people have no idea about.
So Emery, welcome back to the show.
Emery Smith: Thank you, Dave.
David: And, Corey, welcome back.
Corey Goode: Thank you.
David: So we're going to start off with a question from the audience. And this is a question for both of you. And the question is:
“Do either of you have any regrets about coming forward?”
Emery: I don't have any regrets.
I mean, I look back . . . Of course, when certain things happened, certain traumatic events, I'll go in that mode for maybe an hour or two, like, “What am I doing? I'm going to end up dead or something.”
Emery: But in the grand scheme of things, when I look back on everything, I just cannot even believe I'm still here, number one. And number two, I get to tell everybody about it.
And number three, I actually enjoyed doing all this stuff and experiencing all these amazing things, and I appreciate that.
And I'm compassionate about all the stuff that I've been through, and the things that I have done, for not just me but also the people I was involved with and also the beings that I was involved with.
And it was very rewarding, actually. So I think of a bigger picture moving forward, and I want to make a big difference for everyone. And I want to help everyone and help the planet get to a state where it's at a great level of consciousness so we can advance into space and into other realms.
David: Well, but like the rest of us, you've had some very harsh threats.
David: And I think a lot of whistleblowers . . . You know, we talked about the idea of: if they wanted to kill you, they would have killed you.
David: Right. So . . .
David: . . . they didn't ACTUALLY want to kill you.
David: But what has happened to you may have been intended in part to try to intimidate other whistleblowers so they wouldn't come forward.
Emery: Oh, of course. That's the whole intention is to instill fear through me speaking to you about incidents that have happened.
And like I said, if they REALLY want you dead, you're going to be dead, and I'm still here.
Emery: Knock on wood. So I think it's more of an intimidation factor.
Also, they want to cripple you so you won't talk. You know, they want to make sure I don't get here.
Emery: And you've seen what I've been through just in the last two weeks trying to get here.
Emery: So it's a very dynamic thing that they have going on. And they're very precise on how they do it, and that . . . They don't go too far, because it takes a lot of people to vote on someone being terminated, I'll say.
David: Right. Corey, any regrets about coming forward?
Corey: You know, mostly in the beginning, I did have some regrets.
I had a good career that pretty much was destroyed. But having two children and a family while having helicopters buzz your house, as happened, having laser dots on your chest while you're standing next to your son, I've had my share of threats.
Now I see the big picture, but in the beginning, I had a lot of regrets for coming out or for being brought out.
I had regrets for how I was brought out as well, because I didn't have much choice in the matter.
Corey: But if I had been given the opportunity to come out on my own, I'm sure I would feel a lot better about the beginning portion.
But now I see the big picture that Emery just discussed.
David: So let's get back to the topic that we were on last time [that] we're going to continue with, and that is the subject of underground bases.
We had started to talk in the previous episode about these solid holograms, and you had said, Emery, that they are projected out of satellites.
So is this at all related to Project Blue Beam, or is it something else? How would that work?
Emery: Yeah, I think it's separate from that now. That was an older project.
And now they have a more advanced type of satellite, where it actually uses multiple satellites to do it. Sometimes [there is] not just one satellite that can project.
They might use up to nine satellites to do a projection
Corey: Project a grid . . .
Corey: . . . out over an area – an operational grid.
Emery: Absolutely. And they can also set this up on the ground, using giant cargo containers and trucks, and do the same thing on a terrestrial basis, you know, on the land. But most of it's done through satellite technology.
Corey: I agree. A lot of it's done with satellite technology, but some of it has to be done from the ground to give it the full . . . each layer, the depth, that it needs to make it believable.
Emery: Exactly. Yes.
David: So what do you think is going on with it being able to make a solid surface? How would that be possible? Is it like . . .
Emery: I mean, I'm just hypothesizing here. I don't know the science behind it, but somehow, they are able to change the mass of the atoms in the air and use moisture as well, vapor of some sort. Some say it's glycerin-based. I don't know.
They might draw up . . . A couple of planes might fly over and spray this stuff, and then the next thing, you have a really good . . . Let's say you have a really good background to project this film onto.
So I think it has to do with that of rearranging the molecules and atoms somehow into a denser state, . . .
Emery: . . . where you have this palpable type of mass.
And like I said, I didn't get to see like the hard one that Corey has seen, but I have touched the ones that are just very palpable.
It feels like I'm touching a memory foam mattress, that kind of . . . It pushes back.
But then if you really try to push through it, you will go through it.
Corey: This other technology worked on some sort of . . . It electromagnetically locked. It goes back to wetter moisture . . . They're able to . . . I guess kind of like when you go to an MRI, it makes all of the metals in your body go to one side, to where they can view it. It does something similar.
It turns everything, all of the molecules, into one direction, I believe.
Corey: And then it magnetically locks them.
Emery: That's right. Yeah.
David: Hmm! So given what you said, Emery, would it be possible that they would, like let's say, spray an aerosol and then that hardens into sort of like if you put chocolate on ice cream or something?
Emery: No, no, it's still floating in the air. You can't see it. I mean, it's very small nanoparticulate matter, made up of . . . I don't know the actual ingredients and concoction. I just threw out glycerin and water because I heard on the earlier projects that's what they were doing inside the lab, . . .
Emery: . . . and projecting stuff onto this steam and film.
Corey: Ah, like a solid smoke?
David: Hm. I've never heard of that.
Emery: But it wasn't, as you say, a Magic Shell topping on the vanilla ice cream.
David: Right, ha, ha.
Emery: But it's more like it's in the air, and you notice that it's not as clear as it usually is. And . . .
Corey: It's particulate.
Emery: It's very particulate, yeah. So it's floating around.
David: Now, we had been talking about remote viewers being used, and I think that's a subject that we kind of rushed through right at the end of the last episode.
Emery: Oh, right.
David: So let's talk about that a little bit more.
Now, you said that . . . One of the things that we were looking at about these underground bases concerns something that you guys . . . I think, Corey, you mentioned the term “delta waving”.
So why don't you bring that up, Corey, about what is “delta waving” and how does that relate to people working in these underground bases?
Corey: Well, I mean, it was developed in underground bases, but those are used more for when they go into a neighborhood and they want to abduct someone.
They delta wave or create delta wave patterns in all of the people around, causing them to go into a deep sleep, to where they can't observe what's going on.
More of what kind of applies to the deep underground bases is that you have thousands and thousands of people going to work every day.
They know that they're doing something very important, but when they come home, they either have no idea what they did all day or they have a screen memory of what they did, because they're blank-slated at the end of every shift.
Emery: Yeah. As you walk out, they blank-slate you.
David: How did that work for you when you had that done?
Emery: I didn't have that done. That wasn't used in my compartments ever. And my security clearance was pretty good as I got escalated so quickly in there. Plus, I had a really good standing, record.
I never really messed up except for maybe one or two times, which is not a lot in these projects. People are constantly messing up and making mistakes.
One thing that I do know is that in the projects they do it also to military people.
And when we go on missions, whether it's to look at craft or extraterrestrials or go through portals or time change things, some people come back and they have some serious PTSD.
And if you can't get rid of that in a week or two, then they will do this as well to you.
Corey: Yeah. But the unusual thing is that it DOESN'T get rid of their PTSD.
Emery: No, it doesn't.
Corey: What will happen is that people will have unexplained PTSD.
Corey: And they'll have multiple types. They'll have combat-related. They'll have complex. And those types of things are . . . They usually only happen to people that were in war and involved in serious abuse.
Emery: Yes. I know high echelon military officials who ran large flights and platoons and many different types of defensive and offensive type missions.
And I know some colonels and generals who've been mind-erased at least 20~30 times, because it's just too . . . it's too much. They go through too much, holding onto . . . you know, losing many cadets and soldiers.
And it DOES take a huge impact on these people and all the way down to the person on the front line, or as we say on expeditions, the people at the front of the expedition, who during . . . when you're going to an area that you're not aware of what you're about to expect with a craft and extraterrestrials. And, you know, people get hurt because they walk in there too quickly.
Corey: So about what year was the last year you remember being in one of these facilities to where blank-slating was going on?
Emery: Ah, 1993.
Corey: '93. And do you happen to know the method of blank-slating that they were using?
Emery: No. I just . . . I know about this because there were certain compartments that had to go . . . when they left, they had to go through this airport-type device. And that's what they said. And everyone kind of knew, though.
Everyone thought they were just looking inside their bodies and whatnot, but it actually was doing what you said. It was erasing their memory or putting them to sleep.
It was affecting their brain wave pattern for sure that they would not go home and be worried about what they did today. They would really just rather go home and just call it a night and go to bed.
So it was affecting them in the brain that way.
David: When you say “airport-type device”, are you saying like a metal detector or body scanner?
Emery: Like a body scanner.
David: Would they fall and pass out, or how would it . . .
Emery: Oh, no, no, no. I'm saying that it's reprogramming your brain, like make you believe . . . you just got a whole . . . you did a whole 12-hour shift. Now you're leaving.
And as you walk through these things, you can't really recall exactly what you worked on today, and you really just want to go home and rest. You're not thinking about going out and partying. You're not thinking about going to the grocery store.
So a lot of people complained about this, because some people forgot to pick up their children at the nurseries and stuff.
Emery: So they had to tone this thing down and perfect it, because back then it wasn't really that perfected.
Corey: And that definitely sounds like a mechanical way, technological way, of doing it instead of chemical.
Emery: Yes, it was.
David: Given this technology exists now, how many people do you think might be in the military and unaware that they're doing something this exotic?
Like how many people might be walking around without a clue?
Emery: They know what they do. They just can't recall what they did. And they're okay with it, because when they get back the next day, don't forget, you remember everything when you're back in there.
Emery: And then you're okay until the end of the day.
So it's not like it's a forever thing, because . . . As soon as you walk back in there, everything's okay again. Everything comes right back.
Corey: Because they give you a cue when you walk in the door.
There's a specific sign or a specific cue. When you walk in the door, it tells your brain to remember.
Emery: That's right. And they've done it with sound and symbols on the walls and to the hallways and stuff is what I've learned from experience, and what I've learned from . . . What they're doing RIGHT NOW is that.
David: Let me just throw this in. One of the things that is very, very frustrating for me when I talk to Pete Peterson, which I do two or three times a week for two hours on the phone usually, whenever we really get into the good stuff, he just immediately starts passing out.
He starts falling asleep. He'll trail off in the middle of a sentence, and I'll literally hear snoring.
[David on a video clip interviewing Pete Peterson.]
David: “Hang in with me Pete. Stay awake, buddy.”
Pete: “I am. I'm listening.”
Emery: Perfect example.
Corey: Program trigger.
Emery: Perfect example.
David: So what do you think that is? What's going on there?
Corey: That is more of a hypnotic thing that's been programmed into him. That's a long . . . It's a little bit more involved of a process, but you can be programmed to have a seizure when you're accessing memories, to fall asleep.
There are a number of things they can program you to do.
Emery: And certain words and frequencies . . . like, “I want to tell you something about Project Backscape.” I can't, because soon as I think about that, it shuts down. I can't even say it.
Corey: Or you start stammering, or you . . .
Emery: You'll start stuttering.
Emery: I've seen this many, many times. And you will sometimes go unconscious or have seizures or whatnot.
So this is a really good program. I'm not sure how they exactly do it. I think it has to do with the same type of technology that they use to wipe your memory clean and whatnot.
And I know it's the same stuff that they use on the PLFs [programmed life form] and clones.
David: If you're going to remember everything as soon as you go back to work, does that mean, based on your experience, Emery, and then Corey, you can get your opinion on this too . . . Does that mean that these people are basically in for life? Do they continue working their whole life?
Emery: Oh, the majority of these people, for sure, when they take this job, they know that this is going to be a lifelong thing.
I mean, with all the NDAs [non-disclosure agreement] you have to sign and all the threats you get and all the little things they do, you're here because you really want this job.
Corey: And they make it very difficult to obtain or hard to earn to get the job.
Corey: I mean, the security clearance on its own, you know, . . . But all of the other hurdles they make you jump, you covet the job, and you don't want to do anything to lose it.
David: So what are some of the kind of mistakes that people could make that . . . You mentioned that you could make a mistake and get in trouble.
What are some of those kinds of mistakes? What could happen?
Emery: Well, going into the wrong area, number one, happens a lot. And that is a very bad mistake – could be fatal – if you walk down a hallway you're not supposed to be down or enter a room you're not supposed to be in, as you're being tracked through the whole facility every second.
Another one is people try to take things out of there, little trinkets and little things that should not be on the surface. And that's instant death.
Emery: That's instant termination if you get caught actually beyond security with something like that, or if you just made it through security.
It shows that you already had the intention to do that, and you had to go through great, just huge expense, huge planning to even do something like that, because . . .
Corey: It doesn't happen by accident.
Emery: It doesn't happen by accident, because you know they can see through your body. Okay? You know they know everything. You know, they hear everything, see everything.
While you're in there, there is no private place anywhere, and you are always tracked, and you are always reminded.
And they do little tactics every now and then with different colored lights and warnings and sounds and different sirens and beeps to just remind you, “Hey”.
Maybe something just happened; maybe it didn't. Maybe they just did that to up your game, so you better . . .
So it's kind of that kind of environment, but it's also a very laxed environment amongst the scientists and the physicians that are in there, that are doing all this stuff. And there is some play and some joking going on.
Yeah, so that's kind of the two biggest things is: going somewhere you're not supposed to go, and number two, bringing something in you're not supposed to bring in, smuggling it in, or bringing something out you're not supposed to bring out.
David: Is everyone aware that they would die if they . . .
Emery: Yes, everyone knows it's a huge risk to your life or your family's life. So if you're REALLY good and you screw up, and they still need you, they'll just take out your daughter or your son or something.
David: Oh, wow!
Emery: I didn't have a daughter or son, so they took out my dogs. So it's like . . . It gets to this point where you've got to be really wanting to do this and also be loyal to what you're doing. And then you'll go really far.
David: All right. Well, let's talk about what are some of the programs that are occurring in these bases.
And specifically, you have mentioned in the past some genetic experimentation that you personally witnessed and that was sort of like your specialty.
So could you cover that for us again now that we have Corey here?
Just give us an overview of what types of genetic programs were you aware of being conducted in underground bases.
Emery: Okay. Sure. Some of the genetic programs that I was aware of while I was there was the hybridization of humans and other life. And it could be animals, mammals, insects, plant life, all sorts of things like that, and trying to see where the consciousness goes with that with the two different types of material.
And they were very successful. And they've been doing this overseas for a very long time.
And we started pretty late here in the United States, but now we are the leader of that. But not United States, I'm saying the labs here, because when I say the labs are all the same, it's just the newest ones are here.
Corey: Well, actually, this has been going on by us, maybe not in our territory, much longer. For instance, there is what they described as on paper was an NBC based – Nuclear Biological Chemical testing base – in Mexico, owned by the United States.
It's in the area they call the Zone of Silence.
And it turns out that this NBC base is actually . . . it's actually been a genetic experiment type base. And it's been going on for QUITE a while, much longer than what we've been working on in the States.
Emery: Exactly. Yeah. Definitely. I agree with that 100%.
Right now . . . So the experiments that are going [on] down there are also cloning of many different types of species, including humans, and the making of clones and program life forms, which could be any type of life form that they grow there, and that is infused with a type of consciousness or infused with a type of circuitry on a nano level for complete mind control.
Corey: And they can also use them as avatars. They can push the consciousness of a soldier in using an electromagnetic field that pushes . . . but the avatar has to be genetically compatible with the frequency . . . with the frequency of their body's genetics for them to be able to use.
Emery: Yes. Similar to the movie “Avatar” where you see that. That's a very realistic rendition of some of the things that they're experimenting with right now.
Corey: Yeah. That's been going on a while.
Emery: And they can . . . You know, you could do many jumps like that as well into different bodies. It's a very high-tech, highly classified place that they do this in.
I've only . . . I only know of maybe two places, two specialty labs, that are involved with that. And there might be, of course, more.
Corey: Yeah. What was interesting is on the research vessel I was on, they were using this type of technology to transfer scientists and operators from their bodies there on the ship . . . to pass them on to these avatar-type bodies that were off in ships in other star systems.
Emery: Absolutely. This is SO true. I'm so glad you brought this up. I probably would never have talked about it.
And what I have witnessed is them doing that here and then putting it into a body like in New Zealand or Australia.
Emery: And so we're talking like Bluetooth gone wild here of taking someone's consciousness and like shooting it actually through the Earth to this other part of the planet and infusing . . .
David: And if that body gets injured, do you feel the pain with your own body?
Emery: Oh, absolutely.
Corey: And they're broadcasting their consciousness through the Cosmic Web – the same portal system that they use for travel.
David: Hm! Are you aware of your physical body, or . . .
Corey: It's just like . . .
David: It's like bilocation?
Emery: It's just no different than if you were to be in my body,. You would know everything about me as far as the physical everything. And if I was in you, I would be . . .
David: No, I guess what I'm saying is: if you're in a chair and you're in an avatar somewhere else . . .
Corey: You don't have a bilocal . . .
David: Are you aware of the chair?
Emery: Oh, no. It's not bilocal.
David: Oh, okay.
Emery: This is just complete . . . You know, your transformation of consciousness goes from this body to a totally different body. So this body [original source body] now is just a cold slate. It's just sitting here.
It could be put in suspended animation. I've seen that done.
A lot of times these jumpers – we call them “jumpers” - that do this all the time, actually they might just dispose of that body and keep going. And that messes things up, by the way.
Corey: It does. There's a type of portal that works that way. They call it the Xerox room, where people go in and an exact duplicate is sent at another location. It's created.
Emery: Oh, bilocating.
Corey: And as a part of the process, this one [original body] is destroyed.
Corey: There's like . . . After they say, “Yes, they have arrived safely at this location”, a signal goes back that automatically vaporizes the being on this side.
Emery: Right. Wow! That's pretty intense.
I know that by killing the body that you left on an astral, spiritual and conscious level, you're not . . . you're separated from your old body, but you still have these harmonics and frequencies of that body still in that body. So there's a piece of you still there.
Corey: It's also like making many copies of the same file. You start to loose . . . there's degradation that occurs.
Emery: Yes. Exactly. And that's the same thing that happens in growing cells and regeneration. You keep losing . . . When you're doing it in a Petri dish compared to someone's body, you always lose a little bit of that cellular integrity.
David: Sometimes I think, Emery, pop culture references, like in popular movies, can become almost ingrained belief systems.
David: It could be very hard to unwind. And I remember when I watched “The Matrix”, it didn't sit right with me.
I know they were trying to create jeopardy, but you remember the scene where Keanu goes, “If you die in The Matrix, do you die here?”
David: and then Morpheus goes, “the body cannot live without the mind”.
David: And I'm like thinking, “Wait a minute”. If you die in The Matrix, that's just your electronic form. Your body is still in the chair. So . . .
Corey: Well, it goes back to also . . . what is it? What the mind perceives, the body believes?
Corey: Like when the mind believes it has died, the body goes through a process.
Emery: Right. You have to have a really strong mind to be part of these projects. And they go through very strict special diets with neurotropic enhancers, and they have to be really physically fit to do this.
And so there are a lot of variables in being one of these people, but the mind, like you said, makes it real.
And so it's more of a belief system and a connection system that you have with your astral and all the light bodies that you could mention.
It's about having a good connection with that and being able to tell what's real and what's not real, because there are some people that never come back because they forget, and they get trapped . . .
Emery: . . . in these states of programs and these other states of . . . it might go wrong. And they just might end up walking away and forgetting where they really came from and start a new life somewhere.
Corey: It makes you wonder if something like that happens through reincarnation.
David: Ha, ha.
Emery: It does.
David: It's almost like they hijacked the reincarnation system in a sense by doing this.
Emery: Yes. Yes.
David: All right. Let's talk a little bit about cloning again.
One of the things that immediately pops up in my mind is: if they need workers underground, and you say there's this cloning program, then how many workers might actually be clones when you get into these vast underground cities?
Emery: It's cheaper to hire someone from the surface.
David: Oh, it's cheaper?
Corey: You want . . . Clones are good for certain things, but you need actual experience.
Like, you know, a clone hasn't picked something up and set it down a 1,000 times in its lifetime. It hasn't gone through hurting itself and all the different things that we go through to learn experience.
And also, a lot of the . . . I told you once that when we were brought to a facility on Mars that some of the equipment that was delivered with us, . . . four guys came out, looked identical to their selves. In their eyes, there was . . . They were almost like automatons. There was no real warmth or life in their eyes.
They came and they picked up the equipment and off they went in lockstep with each other.
So this type of cloning is done and used in many different programs, but the usefulness of a clone is limited.
You want to have a person with experience that has . . . especially a scientist. You don't just want to clone a scientist. You want a scientist that's gone through the schooling, has been through all of the testing, the failures, the successes to make them who they are.
David: How does this equate with what you have seen?
Emery: Yeah. Absolutely. Clones go through a progressive education enhancement program. And what that does is . . . you know, you DO have to teach them.
You can only program them for so much, but they need to have just regular quirks about them. They have to socialize.
Corey: You can program how to tie a shoe in their head, but until they get the muscle memory down from doing it over and over, it's disconnected.
Emery: Right. So if you're really sending this clone out to . . . I mean, you want to know about it . . . you're sending it to the surface. It's going to go through some serious training way before all that happens.
But, yeah, I agree with what Corey said. And I've seen . . . It sounds more like programmed life forms to me, because of the eyes.
Corey: Yeah. I mean, many programmed life forms are clones.
Corey: That's just the level at which they are programmed.
Emery: Right. I'm talking . . . When I say the word “PLF”, though, in a definition, I'm talking about something that was grown, that's kind of organic and cybernetic.
Corey: Right. Gotcha.
Emery: So I know you have a different definition. I definitely believe so. But that's what I mean when I say “PLF”.
And then there's the clones, which can be programmed, like you said, exactly like you said. And they can do all these other things, but they're completely organic. There's only . . . Except for if they have circuitry or nanoparticles in them that are for whatever, that could be made of metal or whatnot.
Corey: Yeah. I've seen some weird stuff that they put in them. It looks like fiber optics with two different pieces that they put up in their heads in surgeries.
Emery: Sure. Interesting. Yeah. I've seen similar pieces of equipment, I'll say, kind of embedded into the bodies like this with a couple hoses and wires and stuff, but don't think of the cheap hoses and wires – very bioluminescent-type stuff that has definitely a specific function.
Corey: So an article came out just very recently that was talking about all of the military personnel and scientists that wear Fitbits, you know, the watches that monitor your health.
Emery: Oh, yes. Sure.
Corey: Well, they have GPS tagging with them. And it appears that no one turned off the GPS tagging when people were working in these Special Access Programs.
Corey: So recently the map was released of where all these little pings were coming from, and they were revealing secret bases.
One area was down close to the Ross Ice Shelf down in Antarctica, right in the area where I had been brought previously and saw an underground base system that was under the ice.
So have you heard of any of these places, such as Antarctica, having some bases?
Emery: Oh, definitely Antarctica has a base there and there's some crashed craft there. And there's an ancient civilization that they discovered there.
And they're building the story for that to release to us soon, in the next couple of years.
But first, they've got to get all their ducks in a row. And they have to, of course, go through this base and they also have to go through the crafts. They have to go through the ancient ruins that are there and put something together that's a good story that we're all going to believe.
Corey: Well, it's already starting to happen.
Corey: If you remember, months ago, not too long ago, that we had a university that stated, “We have geothermal pockets under the ice where there's life”.
There's flora, fauna. There's all types of genetic diversity occurring.
Corey: So we're getting little bitty drips here and there. So I think that we should keep an eye on what's going on in Antarctica for sure.
Emery: The biggest hotspot and the biggest thing everyone's talking about right now.
And I can also back you up as saying there are many of these . . . because using this backscattered radar technology that I was involved with, you can see large openings, large spheric openings in the Earth and the Earth's crust and even down near the mantle there, that are hosting their own atmosphere and pressure, life, and all sorts of things.
And now getting back to Antarctica, the great thing about Antarctica, as I told Dave before, is they're all like, “Well, when is that going to be . . . Who's going to be the one to come forward on Antarctica?”
And I said, “It's Gaia.” The Earth is slowly melting that away right now. And no human is going to have to come forward, because another year or two, that craft is going to be shown all the way . . .
Corey: We're helping the situation along because of the excavations we're doing with steam excavations.
What I was told is that the high-pressure steam, dropping of bags and hitting them with microwaves to clear out large areas, is causing major ice melt that's going underneath the ice shelf and further lubricating it and causing it to break apart at a much faster speed than it would have previously.
Corey: A lot of what's occurring is geothermic activity, because the base that I saw had a giant tower that was a geothermic generator.
David: All right. Well, that's really fascinating stuff. That's all the time we have in this episode of “Cosmic Disclosure”, with Emery Smith, Corey Goode, and me, your host, David Wilcock. Thanks for watching.
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