May 3, 2020
In one Emery Smith video he mentioned that the autopsy he did with Steven Greer on the "small guy" / 13-centimeter "alien" has its results published in a formal technical article. I looked this article up, and went through the following links to get to the last link, where you can download the entire PDF article he mentioned:
I'm a little mystified by all this. The primary public's view of Emery Smith is a whistleblower who talks about aliens and secret high technology, and there are several videos of him being interviewed on the YouTube channel Zohar Star Gate, but the formal, mainstream view of Emery Smith is that of a PhD who does medical research. I understand he needs to live in both worlds at the same time, but I object to him referring to this tiny creature as an "alien" in one video while referring to the same creature in the article as "the Atacama skeleton" that is only about a decade old and found in Chile, then in the paper describing it as only a mutation of a Chilean woman. Where is the connection to aliens? In his formal article he mentions in the abstract that some people have conjectured that the creature was extraterrestrial, but as far as I saw there is no hint to how this creature could really be extraterrestrial. Maybe he knows more than he is formally saying, but still I can't understand how this creature could be an alien, unless he secretly knows something more about the age of the skeleton, or the impossibility of the mutation, or something of that sort. Also, the creature's ages don't match up. In the video he says it's a max of 13 years old, but in the article he says it's a max of 8 years old.
Some people don't trust Emery Smith, in this forum and online, so I was doing a little more research to get a feel for the truth, and I ended up with yet more inconsistencies. I now tentatively believe Emery Smith more than I originally did, but there is still something off about all this. Another odd anomaly: on his blog page (URL above) he said he couldn't get the PDF to download, but I had no problems with the download, though you have to follow one more link away from the abstract-only page. Does he not know how to follow links? Or did it not work at one time? I just thought I'd report what I found regarding these issues, and let other people here decide, especially now that people can now get a copy of his formal article.
The first video I saw where Emery Smith talked about this alien is:
"This is right. This small guy, you made research together with Dr. Steven Greer. Yes, we saw, on the--"
"Yes. I did the autopsy. Steven Greer assisted me."
"According to Dr. Lackman, the orthopedic bone specialist of the planet--he wrote the book on pediatric bone, Dr. Lackman--he reviewed all the CAT scans and X-rays and said that this 13-centimeter being is between 8 and 13 years of age."
"What I did is I took the CAT scan back when I was getting this sample from Barcelona. I took the CAT scan back, and we had the ability back then to 3D print off a CAT scan. So if I CAT scan your head, I can print your head and in different materials, and I can operate on your head before I operate on you tomorrow. So we were using that technology to help us learn about how, in 3D printing, what was inside their bodies, the organs, and what was tumors, what doesn't. But I used that technology to print the being."
"No, this one is a model that was made for—This one is the actual size. So this is a little bigger. So this is the actual size that Dr. Greer and I worked on if you saw my movie Sirius, the documentary."
"I was vice president of CSETI, the science research for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, and I was asked by the CSETI team, Dr. Greer, to go over there and help them with the extraction of this DNA, and we finished another paper at Stanford, which you can see my publication with Dr. Garry Nolan on the being."
Emery Smith - Ex-Space Programm Whistleblower berichtet über seine Begegnungen mit Aliens und UFOs
Premiered Sep 29, 2019