Emery Smith – public speaker, U.S. Air Force veteran, scientist, and inventor – will be on site to answer questions regarding his experience working in classified government research facilities in the U.S. and around the world.
This Saturday, the Mount Shasta Ski Park will be hosting a unique guest for a two-hour long question and answer session. Emery Smith – public speaker, U.S. Air Force veteran, scientist, and inventor – will be on site to answer questions regarding his experience working in classified government research facilities in the U.S. and around the world.
Smith began his military career in 1990 in Texas, where he received his medical and technical training and went on to work as a surgical assistant and paramedic in New Mexico. He then trained under many different specialized surgeons, leaving him a unique skillset which was ideal to the genetic research department – looping Smith into underground projects.
He went on to work in below-the-surface facilities at Kirtland Air Force Base in New Mexico where he assisted in carrying out privately assigned research. Most of his work at Kirtland was within the realm of genetic testing and tissue engineering.
This, Smith said, was his introduction to extraterrestrial life, in the form of testing and sorting tissue samples of classified origin. Furthermore, through this process Smith gained extensive knowledge of certain advanced technologies, mostly for use in biology and medicine.
After being honorably discharged from the military in 1997, Emery went on to create several of his own medical and biotechnical companies devoted to the spread of ethically sourced healing. Now, as an advanced technology insider, Smith’s goal is to use his platform to make the rest of the world aware of what goes on behind the scenes, shedding light on technologies that may be closer to reality than we think, he said.
More information on Smith’s life and experience is available on his website, in his recorded public talks, and on GaiaTV’s Cosmic Disclosure, of which he is the presenter.
Smith will be live and answering questions at the Ski Park from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets are $30 and are available for purchase online at www.emerysmith.net/events/shasta or at the front gate. Both cash and credit are accepted.
Audience members will be able to ask Smith any question and receive a direct response. He will provide updates on his recent activity as well. Being a pursuer of truth himself, Smith said he wishes to spread his knowledge to the audience and will therefore be open to any inquiries, so those interested are encouraged to participate in this opportunity for knowledge.