Emery Smith on Ley Lines, Portals, Other Worlds and Us. What does he know?
Emery Smith has done much in his less than 5 decades on this planet, including, according to him, studied life on (and maybe even visited) other planetary systems.
He’s discussed his interaction with extraterrestrial life, the intricate medical procedures on alien beings he was involved with, and his ongoing efforts to find new breakthroughs in free energy technology.
Today, Emery discusses what brought him to this point, his early influences, and what drives his path. But he also sheds light on his thoughts about portal technology, both manmade and “organic,” along with the reality of Ley Lines. Do they exist only on this planet or beyond? Are there other “duplicate” inhabited worlds like ours?
What exactly does he know?
Let’s hear what Emery Smith has to share!
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, carrying the title on into the military. In 1986, Emery volunteered to join Civil Air Patrol where he worked on a vast array of life saving missions. He obtained his single engine pilots 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 allowing Emery to quickly succeed 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 uncommon vast and varying knowledge attained by Emery became highly valuable to those searching for an assistant with such skills in the underground compartmentalized laboratories.
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