“Wild Boars” boys recount their cave ordeal with smiles  

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The 12 boys and their soccer coach rescued from the  flooded Tham Luang cave waved, smiled and offered traditional “wai” greetings in their first public appearance tonight at a national broadcast in Chiang Rai.

Doctors, relatives and friends, some in yellow traditional garb, greeted the boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach, who wore T-shirts emblazoned with a red graphic of a wild boar and carried in footballs they kicked gently on the set.

“Bringing the Wild Boars Home,” read a banner in Thai that greeted the soccer team on the set, designed to resemble a soccer field, complete with goalposts and nets, where the boys sat on a dais beside five members of the rescue team.

A crowd of media and onlookers was penned behind barricades as the boys arrived in vans from the hospital where they had stayed since last week’s international effort to extricate them from a flooded cave complex in which they had been trapped.

“I told everyone fight on, don’t despair,” said one of the boys, recounting how they struggled during the excruciating days spent in the cave.

Another, Adul Sam-on, 14, recalled the moment when two British divers found the group on July 2, squatting in a flooded chamber several kilometres within the cave complex.

“It was magical,” he said. “I had to think a lot before I could answer their questions.”

He added: “It was in the evening when we were scratching rocks on the top of the boulder and we heard voices.”

That discovery triggered the rescue effort that brought them all to safety over the course of three days, organised by Thai navy Seals and a global team of cave-diving experts.

The group had planned to explore the Tham Luang cave complex for about an hour after soccer practice on June 23. But a rainy season downpour flooded the tunnels, trapping them.

“We took turns digging at the cave walls,” said their coach Ekkapol Chantawong, who has been credited with keeping the boys alive by some of their parents. “We didn’t want to wait around until the authorities found us.”

But their efforts were to no avail, he said, adding: “Almost everyone can swim. Some aren’t strong swimmers, however.”

The group, which had eaten before going into the caves, took no food on the excursion, and had to subsist on water dripping from stalactites in the cave during their ordeal, he added.

“We only drank water,” said one of the boys, nicknamed Tee.

The team’s youngest member, Titan, added: “I had no strength. I tried not to think about food so I didn’t get more hungry.”

The boys, who sported crisp haircuts, had gained 3kg each on average since the rescue, and ran through confidence-building exercises ahead of Wednesday’s event, the hospital director said.

The rescue effort drew global media attention and hundreds of journalists, with excitement picking up again in the usually sleepy town of Chiang Rai ahead of the much-anticipated 45-minute live appearance broadcast on dozens of channels.

“We don’t know what wounds the kids are carrying in their hearts,” said justice ministry official Tawatchai Thaikaew, who asked for the boys’ privacy to be respected after the discharge, for fear that media attention could affect their mental health.

“The media know the children are in a difficult situation, they have overcome peril and if you ask risky questions then it could break the law,” he told reporters. (Reuters)

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Journalists begin arriving for press conference with “Wild Boars”

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Journalists, both Thai and international, have started arriving at the office of Chiang Rai provincial administration for the first press conference with the 12 Wild Boars soccer team and their coach.

The tightly-controlled press conference is scheduled to start at 6 pm and broadcast live via the daily “Thailand Moving Forward” programme which is normally telecast simultaneously on all digital TV channels. Thai PBS news team in Chiang Rai reported that many of the journalists began registering for the press conference as early as before 4 pm.

Since journalists will not be allowed to pose questions directly to the young footballers, they were asked to submit their questions in advance to be screened by psychiatrists.

Some of the questions submitted as seen by Thai PBS deal mostly with how the boys and their coach managed to cope with the two-week captivity within in the dark and flooded cave, and what they plan to do in returning to their normal lives.

The press conference will take place in the presence of the boys’ families and all of them are expected to be allowed to go home after that.

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Cosmic Disclosure: Bigfoot and Tall Whites

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David Wilcock: Welcome back to “Cosmic Disclosure”. I'm your host, David Wilcock, and we're here with our special guest, Emery Smith, continuing our fascinating discussion about the co-workers that he actually interacted with as live beings while in the underground facilities.

Emery, welcome back.

Emery Smith: Thanks, Dave. Excited to be here.

David: What was the very first extraterrestrial that you saw on these bases, like the first time you actually saw a living being that was not human like us?

Emery: That's the Tall Whites.

David: Ah, okay.

Emery: Yeah, absolutely.

David: So could you tell us a little bit more about that first meeting? Because, obviously, I would think the very first time you actually see a living being that's clearly not one of us, it has to be just an absolute landmark moment in your entire life.

Emery: Well, actually, indirectly, by seeing these from afar, and seeing these through different windows and different programs, and then reading about them, I had a really good understanding of what was going on way before I was even getting able to see these, by researching programs that I was allowed to.

David: Oh.

Emery: So they're breaking you in first just by watching videos and reading books and reading things on their database system that have to do with the past of working with these beings and these creatures.

David: So let's open up this Tall White discussion, because there has been some confusion in terms of, for example, certain discrepancies between the whistleblower named Charles Hall, and what he called Tall Whites, whose eyes seemed to be more like Greys, but had a bluish tinge.

We have Pete Peterson who's described his experience with Tall Whites, and he said that it doesn't really mean any one type. It just is a classification based on their appearance.

Emery: Correct.

David: And Corey has his experiences with the Anshar, which appear to be very much more human-like, but as they age, they will get taller eventually.

So what would you call Tall Whites? Just give us a description of what they look like, and any other specific physical identifying details to start with.

Emery: Sure. They're over 7' tall. They have a small face, a little bit smaller than ours. They're very slender in the arms – very ectomorphic as we would say.

They have a very fluid movement that's actually like a dance. So it's kind of like this: when they move, they're articulating their joints, and their limbs are flexible, not like ours, which are really rigid.

They also have a very deep understanding of all of our belief systems, and they're very compassionate, and they're very smart.

And I've seen them from afar probably six to seven months before I was actually next to a few of them during a project.

David: So if I gather correctly, then, the face would be predominantly like ours, but just smaller?

Emery: It's slender. You know, I hate to bring up movies, but in the Star Wars movies, there was a group of Tall White beings that were making clones of one of the soldiers there, and they were in charge of this planet, and they had this really slender, beautiful, oval face with these really beautiful eyes that took most of the face up.

So the eyes were at least two times to three times larger than our own eyes, and their nose was almost non-existent – very small, very petite, kind of like an Asian nose – with just very small nostrils and beautiful lips and a nice small mouth.

David: So the eyes are a very prominent features, then . . .

Emery: Yes.

David: . . . but they would be almost like one of these Anime characters in the sense that it still looks human, . . .

Emery: Right.

David: . . . but they're just a lot larger.

Emery: Exactly. The eyes are oval, and they're offset about 20°, so they are like this.

Ours are this way [horizontal], but theirs are offset just a hair, so it's coming this way, because the ovals . . .

David: So more of a Russian or Scandinavian look, then?

Emery: Correct.

David: Okay.

Emery: And when I refer to the Tall Whites, I am not referring to the blond blue-eyed tall people from Scandinavia that you hear a lot in pop culture of . . . of those.

David: Like the so-called Nordics.

Emery: Correct, the Nordics. I mean, their skin is just ash white. It is so white that they actually . . . light comes off of them and reflects off of them.

It's a really beautiful type of skin . . . [There's] kind of like a sheen to it. But [they're] very white, and [have] very long fingers and regular feet like we have.

David: Are they bald?

Emery: Yes.

David: Okay.

Emery: There is no hair. I've never seen hair on any of them.

David: Really?

Emery: They do wear clothes and uniforms like we do, usually skin-tight types of clothing.

They have a very intricate internal organ system that is capable of living on almost any planet or any atmosphere.

So they can breathe a lot of different types of gaseous chemicals, and different types gases that would normally kill one of us.

And they have a very small chest in a V shape.

David: So it definitely doesn't look like a Grey.

Emery: No.

David: It would be like a bald person, like us, with white skin, but a more skinny-looking face who's just really tall.

Emery: Yeah. Right.

David: One of the things that Pete described about these beings was that they would have a wand.

Did you ever notice them carrying a want . . .

Emery: No, I never , , ,

David: . . . or any type of tools?

Emery: I never seen them have a wand, but they did wear these special bracelets and these special collar-type things.

And I don't know if it has something to do with their internal organ system, but I wasn't really debriefed that much. That's all they told me.

David: Okay. Did you have any idea as to what those bracelets or collars might function for?

Emery: Well, they had lights on them, and these lights were like a blue ribbon around the center of the collar.

So let's say the collar was about an inch thick – I mean, an inch wide [25.4mm] – very thin, and in the middle of that collar, about a . . . maybe a quarter of an inch, was a stripe that went around it.

And this light rotated around this blue centerpiece, and it was always on, and it always coincided with the bracelets they had on.

David: They rotated in phase?

Emery: The light . . . Yeah, they both rotated in the exact same phase.

David: Hm.

Emery: Yeah.

David: So did you ever have an intuitive sense, or did you try to guess as to what that might be for?

Emery: I think it has something to do with . . . maybe, when they travel to different places, this helps with getting certain nutrients and chemicals and minerals and vitamins into their body somehow.

I think it's somehow keeping their voltage up and keeping them energized.

David: The version of Tall Whites that Pete was talking about, which may not be the same, he said that they really have trouble getting too close to humans like us, that it's almost a psychic mess for them.

Did you observe them in some degree wanting to keep distance from regular Earth humans?

Emery: Not these Tall Whites, but, yes, there have been other hybrid Whites that are over-sensitized by our fields of energy, because they're picking up on every cellular energy we have.

It's not like we're all in one sync to this other white race of ETs, and I think it has to do with . . . We carry a lot of bacteria – good bacteria and bad bacteria – and viruses on us, and they all give off this special pulse of energy, and it's overwhelming for them.

And they can actually get sick by being around a human too much.

David: So I've heard.

Emery: So I think that's what he's referring to.

David: Describe for me the first time that you encountered a Tall White, because this is where we're saying now, like you saw him through the window, . . .

Emery: Right, seen them.

David: . . . you might have had some briefings or something . . .

Emery: Yes. Yeah.

David: . . . but the first time that you actually are face to face with a non-terrestrial entity.

Emery: They were brought in on a number of occasions, working on humans that have deceased for unknown – I don't know why – unknown reasons.

David: Earth humans?

Emery: Earth humans.

David: Okay.

Emery: But they obviously were very concerned about this, and they would be brought in and worked with the team.

And I had two of them at one time in the same room that I was working on taking some samples from somebody.

David: Was it easy to tell the difference between men and women?

Emery: Ah, yeah. There was a feminine . . . more slender facial features, and the eyes were a little bit not as large, and the eyebrows also, not eyebrows, but you can see there's a tinge of an eyebrow, but not hair. It was just like the pigment was different above the eyes, a little bit off white, I'll say.

And you could tell by those two reasons, just facial features.

The bodies looked pretty much identical.

And I'd never seen them walk around. They always had some sort of clothing on or something.

David: And what did that clothing look like?

Emery: It was always some sort of skin-tight apparel, like a Spandex of some sort.

They always did have gloves on all the time. So this clothing material was covering pretty much their whole body except their neck and face.

David: I'm curious about what was their form of communication. Did they speak with their mouths?

Emery: They're very telepathic. They can speak perfect English and other languages – all the languages actually – but you don't have to because they will just look at you.

And they say, “When you have the look, please look back”, because it's this eye thing that they do.

When you see their eyes and your eyes, it's like a link of some sort, where it's like the . . . . however it works, it's downloaded – everything that they're thinking – to you, and they're very receptive to you as well. Like, they know everything about you once you meet them.

David: So if you were to have an unloving or judgmental thought about the way they look . . . because I'm sure this happens sometimes.

Emery: It definitely happens.

David: What would occur? Like, let's just walk though a situation where . . .

Emery: Yeah, they don't . . . They don't react to that, because they know that sometimes it takes a little time for people to get used to them because they're different, and the same thing, I think, would happen to us if we were thrown into their world.

We would have to be really egoless and have to accept that maybe I won't be liked because of the way I looked, or because I know everything that you're thinking right now, which is okay. It's so what, and then what?

David: So I really do want to get a little more specific on the exact moment that you first made eye contact with a non-terrestrial being. Where were you? What was it like that first moment you looked into its eyes?

Emery: We were getting dressed with our suits to go into an operating room. And their suits are a lot different than our suits, of course. Theirs are for their bodies.

And I just noticed as the technicians were helping them get dressed and Ziploc their suits up, the fluid motion they had of going into the suit.

It was very fluid, and being at the operating table, and I was helping them with some instruments, and they moved so fluidly, and so . . . but it's really fast. They move fast, but it's just this dance. It's really interesting.

So I don't want you to think it's like super slow, but it was the fluidness of . . . You know, their bodies are, like I said, . . . their bones are very flexible, unlike our bones.

But they do have the five fingers and the hands. They're just longer fingers, and the palms are more square, not round like ours. And those are some of the features that I knew.

And I remember looking at them, not even saying anything, and it was like a greeting. It was like as we're getting ready to go in, and we looked at each other, and just the word, “greeting”, came to me.

It wasn't a voice. It was just the word, “Greetings”.

And I remember, in my mind, looking at them and saying the same thing in my mind, and they cracked a smile.

You know, I could see . . . They have the same facial features. So their eyes move up and down. They can move their nose, and they have muscles in their face.

David: Could they throw things into your mind, like colors, symbols, visual images of places . . .

Emery: Absolutely.

David: . . . give you a holographic type of . . .

Emery: Yes. They even have a way, if they want to teach you something that you don't know, to basically download that into your brain – into your consciousness – in a matter of seconds.

So you could learn something pretty quick that they're doing on the table from being just across the table from them.

David: When you were working with them in these autopsies, you had mentioned that sometimes they were concerned about humans from here who had died in strange ways.

What were some of the other circumstances that they were called in?

Emery: Really tough cases where there might have not . . . that they would not know why this ET or this human died.

David: “They” meaning the people on the base.

Emery: The people on the base would give them, probably, the most difficult cases.

David: To the Tall Whites?

Emery: Yeah, to the Tall Whites. And sometimes they would not allow us in the rooms with those types of patients, but we were part of a team.

You have to understand, even though you're not in the room, you still can be working on the outside of the room looking in and helping get supplies and things.

David: Can you recall a specific example of an autopsy that was not of a person from Earth that involved a Tall White, and just tell us what type of being it was and why was it so hard to solve?

Emery: Well, this falls under the chemical thing again. We do get beings that come in – other hybrid Whites that look shorter. They're about our height, our size, but they're very, very white, and they have crystal-clear blue eyes.

They always have white or blond hair, so . . . and they have ears, unlike . . . The Tall Whites don't really have ears, . . .

David: Okay.

Emery: . . . but the human-hybrid Whites, I call them, actually do have ears, and they look kind of like us. And their teeth are very different. Their teeth are round.

So they're like half-mooned, not square like ours.

David: Wow!

Emery: And it is weird. But you don't really see their teeth too much.

And we were working on this one that was brought in that had these . . . it looks like burned injection spots that ran up and down their chest. And there were about six little holes – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – all the way down to the belly button.

And it looked like it was some sort of weapon that burned it into their skin. But in the middle of these circular burns were three dots that looked like a triangle, if you could attach lines to them, a perfect triangle.

David: Okay.

Emery: And they were trying to figure out what type of weapon killed this hybrid White, and why and where did it happen. Like they can actually attach themselves to the brain of a dead being and download its information to their head, . . .

David: Wow!

Emery: . . . and they can find out, “How did this happen? Where did it happen? Who's responsible?” and figure out a whole story within minutes.

David: Wow! So what was the conclusion? Were you aware of the conclusion of how it died?

Emery: No, I was not aware, but they did know what happened, and they did look very sad about this. You can see the anguish on their face.

David: When you saw a movie like “Men In Black”, what was your feeling about that, where you have Will Smith, and there are agents working in these underground facilities with all these extraterrestrial around? What was your feeling when you saw that film?

Emery: I'm really not a big fan of that. I don't like when Hollywood makes fun of extraterrestrials as some sort of game or some sort of horrible threat.

David: Right.

Emery: And I did not resonate with that movie at all. But there are many movies out there, and animation, where extraterrestrials are portrayed very well, such as the one that you and I saw recently, called . . . was it “Valerian”?

David: Yeah, “Valerian”.

Emery: Yeah, and these ETs looked exactly like these Tall Whites.

David: Wow!

Emery: And I remember . . . Wasn't there a part in there where the United Nations of ETs were coming together, and there were all different kinds?

David: That's right – right at the beginning.

Emery: Yeah, that was a very accurate depiction of the many different kinds of extraterrestrials that are out there that have to bring their own environment. Like one was like a fish or something. It had an aquarium on his head.

David: That's right.

Emery: And, of course, that's kind of funny, but it actually is true. Like we talk about ETs wearing things that are from either their planet to keep the energy correct, and also they might have to have a special helmet just for their head to sustain their life.

So that was a really good . . . I was impressed with the screenwriters and the writers and the animators that did that.

David: Now, Corey Goode, when he had his first experience on the Moon in modern times, so he says, encountered an avian type of humanoid that apparently nobody in the space program had seen before.

And this is the Blue Avian. We talked about this. I know you've seen the image.

Emery: Yeah, I've seen this image.

David: So did you ever see any type of Avian humanoids yourself, such as these Blue Avians, or other types that were similar?

Emery: Yeah, similar to that, but not specifically like that. They were very human-like, and they had very small feathers and large skin pores, but they, for the most part, looked more human than they did a bird.

But they did have these attributes of certain things, like they didn't have a nose. They did have, like, a small beak there, but the beak actually had teeth in it.

And they didn't have the kind of head you would see . . . It wasn't like an exact bird head. And the eyes were flat across, just like ours, but they could see perfectly straight this way, instead of . . . like a bird probably has more on the outside.

So very more, like I said, more human than anything, but had very small wing feather . . . like little skin flaps under their arms, and lots of feathers on the back, but not so much on the face and the chest at all.

David: Did any of them have tropical colors like a toucan, or how did they look?

Emery: Yeah, they did. There were turquoise ones with a beautiful purple, white and turquoise fading, in and out, up and down the body. So it might start with a blue head and neck, and then fade to white, and then maybe a light purple down towards the feet.

But they had feet like we have feet, but it was, you know . . .

David: They didn't look like bird feet?

Emery: No, not at all. But like I said, the only thing that gave it away was the facial features and the feathers, and that very scaly-type skin – a very porous skin.

David: Well, this is kind of ridiculous, but how would you compare it to Howard the Duck?

Emery: No! Ha, ha. Not like that.

David: Because that's a beak that really protrudes.

Emery: That's a big duck bill beak.

David: Yeah.

Emery: But no, I've never seen anything like a big beak like that, except for the pterodactyl.

David: Pterodactyl being sounds kind of disturbing.

Emery: It does look probably scary to most people because it's got these dragon attributes of these wings with hands, but it has legs just like we do – very thin legs, kind of like the Ant people.

And they have very small wings that are attached like a fruit bat. The arms are part of the wings.

And they always have a device with them. And this one was carrying a cylindrical device in its arm, like this, with its claw around it.

And this one, this pterodactyl being, had an actual claw. It had the long, pointy beak that came all the way back – you know, the one that has . . . The actual bone structure actually goes farther back.

David: Yeah.

Emery: And they communicate through a series of loud, high-pitched tones, not like an owl, not like a bird chirping, but just high-pitched tonality.

David: Did you ever see any of these pterodactyl beings while you were in the underground bases?

Emery: Yes.

David: You did?

Emery: On the very deep, deep levels of these bases, we were informed that they were there.

And they had to do with some sort of consciousness, and . . . I want to say religion, but it's not. It's a study of some sort of history long and forgotten.

And they are sent in to . . . They're like the people who put the puzzles together, these beings, and they can move things with their mind. They have telekinetic energies, and they can move small things around the rooms.

And there might be anywhere from one to four of these beings looking at something and moving things around in these “think tank rooms”, they call them.

David: Why do you think they were kept at the bottom of the base?

Emery: I believe that, . . . because of the way they look, because they do look like a type of flying dragon.

And I think because they don't do well with being around a lot of other extraterrestrials for some reason.

They seem to need a lot of space when they move around. So there's areas . . . They just can't walk through a door, leastwise they're very abstract, bulky-looking. And, you know, just turning their head, they could . . . these things can be . . . Just their heads along could be up to 3'~4' long.

David: Wow!

Emery: And just by turning their head, they can knock a lot of stuff over. So there's a special place down there for them that they are allowed to do these . . . which I don't know what the programs are. I just know they're the thought-thinkers. They're “the puzzle-solvers”, they call them.

David: I want to run something by you that I've heard from some other insiders.

Some of what I've heard – and this is actually from more than one guy . . . has told me this – certain ET groups apparently were worried about a reptilian-sentient life on Earth becoming really dominant and aggressive to other species.

And the 65 million-year-old cataclysm that hit the Earth apparently was intended to wipe them out. And it was at that time that the Moon, which apparently is a used car – and I talked about this with William Tompkins – was then parked around the Earth to create a seasonal climate that would allow mammalian life rather than reptilian life to become dominant.

I wonder if you ever heard about that scenario of the dinosaur catastrophe being a planned event to wipe out sentient reptilians?

Emery: I have heard of “a event” that was intentional to destroy the Earth because Reptilians were not allowed on it anymore, because of Inner Earth beings, and also dates back to Atlantis and Lemuria and whatnot, that there was this war of some sort, that they were being utilized and used by these Reptilians, the Draco, or whatever you call them.

And that's what I read in some of the history books in there, but I don't know how accurate that is because it was written not as a document. It was like someone was just telling you what happened back then.

And there has been archaeological finds in the Vatican from this time that depicts Reptilian beings destroying Aquafarians and other beings of that time.

So I think it's a high probable cause to put two and two together to say, “Yeah, I would agree with that.”

David: I'm curious about whether you ever saw something that would look like the Yeti or the Bigfoot while you were working in these facilities, because some people have reported things like that.

Emery: Yeah, I mean, I have personal experience with the Bigfoot, and the skunk apes, and the Yetis, and all the different types of . . .

I remember in my teen years, around 16 years of age, there was a large white Chewbacca-type being, 8'~9' tall, and I was camping out in Florida down in the south, near the Everglades.

And it was probably around 150 yards away. It was far, but it was an open field. It was at dawn.

And I just saw this being walking next to the fence line. And it was like 5' higher than the fence posts, which were 4' tall.

And the stride of this thing was, like, over 6'. And I literally stopped in my tracks and watched this thing walk all the way across.

And when I go back and check the dates, now that there are these things online – you can look for spottings of these extraterrestrials – I've noticed that in the area I was, this being has been seen many, many times by many people, and that was a great confirmation for me.

It was greater confirmation for me when I started working in the labs to actually see these beings.

These beings have been here a very long time. They work with the Inner Earth beings. They're here to collect and gather data and DNA from all the living species and plants and water and animals in the water and fish and everything.

And they're cataloging this and putting it on a type of vault somewhere in order to preserve what Earth really is – kind of a museum for Earth somewhere.

And that's why you can never get these guys on film too much, because they have the ability to teletransport themselves at will.

David: Really?

Emery: Yes. And they can be very mysterious and get out of somewhere really quick.

David: Well, I just want to say this: It is amazing that we don't have a widespread understanding of the reality of Bigfoot given the thousands and thousands of eyewitness sightings, the tracings of footprints, the very bizarre cases of property damage, where fingernail marks have clawed right through vehicles, and things like this.

Why do you think we have such a hard time accepting these eyewitness testimonies of Bigfoot?

Emery: Well, you know, these are very large animals. I don't consider them too much human, I'll say. But they have a consciousness and they have a job to do.

And they're probably the lowest-maintenance extraterrestrial that I know.

And what that means is: they can be dropped on a planet with nothing and gather these items and catalog them and store them somewhere, and then, like the movie “Predator”, where they come down and hunt people and then take all their skulls back.

So imagine this guy is coming down and snatching up a bunch of lavender and daisies. Ha, ha.

David: So they're not doing anything violent?

Emery: No.

David: Okay.

Emery: No, they're not allowed to. They're actually prohibited from hurting any type of living creature.

David: Wow!

Emery: So they could take your hair, but they can't take your head.

David: So what you're describing here sounds like a fairly intelligent being. Do they have communication skills? Could they speak, or do they have a telepathic . . .

Emery: Yeah, they're the other ones that use their vocal chords to voice, and also they can do, like, . . . Elephants have this ability to send these large thumps through the ground, and these things can be heard for miles and miles and miles and miles away by another elephant.

So they have that ability, and that's why people hear really weird shrieks. They hear really weird thumping sounds.

People usually say it's someone banging on a tree or something, you know, and not so much that.

And they can communicate that way too if they, let's say, have a sore belly and they can't use their diaphragm to make these noises.

David: There do seem to be different types of Bigfoot. And so since we're out of time now, I just want to round this out with: Do you think that there might be some that are not necessarily on this mission and are less intelligent and more primal and dangerous?

Emery: I've read some documents in my classified, compartmentalized projects that stated that they have . . . If they get sick or something happens to them, they cannot use their teletransportation abilities, and they get lost or left behind on many planets, and they have to stay there indefinitely.

And these are some of the lost ones that are hiding in the . . . But they're very adaptable, and they like to work alone. They're very solitude-type extraterrestrials that I heard only mate maybe once a lifetime.

David: If they were going to teletransport back to where they came from, where would that be? Do you know anything about their origins?

Emery: No, I don't know anything about their origins, but I know they know . . . They have an indistinctive way to trace portals on the Earth, like natural portals on the Earth, not man-made portals, that they know where to go, and they might travel vast distances to do that.

But they will never go through a city, or they're not allowed to interact with the beings from any planet.

David: Last question, real quick: Did you see them in the underground bases? Was there some loophole where they could actually work with us in these classified facilities?

Emery: I've only seen dead ones.

David: Oh, really? So they didn't actually work in these underground bases with the rest of us?

Emery: They said . . . There's some rumors that they have. And I have seen things from far away that look like them.

And there are catalogs of them being on the base, but I have not worked physically with one.

David: Okay, cool.

Emery: Yeah.

David: Well, Emery, this is really fascinating. I want to thank you for coming out and giving us all this amazing information.

Emery: Thanks.

David: And I want to thank you for watching. This is “Cosmic Disclosure” with our special guest, Emery Smith.

British divers praise courage of the Thai Navy SEALs

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The British Cave Rescue Council has praised the Thai Navy SEAL rescue team for their courage in carrying out the rescue operation to extract the 12 Wild Boars footballers and their coach out of the flooded Tham Luang cave.

It said they were able to accomplish the mission despite the lack of “specialist equipment, knowledge and experience we all know to be necessary to operate safely in the harsh environment of a cave diving situation.”

In a statement to the Thai Navy SEAL on Tuesday, BCRC vice chairman Bill Whitehouse said the BCRC officers supporting and following the rescue operation from Britain have been in awe of the courage displayed by the Thai Navy SEALs and their achievement.

“Clearly, the SEALs were faced with having to do all they could to help save the boys with only the equipment and knowledge they had. To say that they were dangerous is a wrong interpretation of what the cave divers are saying.

“It would be much more accurate to say that they wittingly went “into danger” with the only kits and skills they had available to them and there can surely be no better measure of courage than that,” said Mr Whitehouse in the statement.

He also expressed his condolence for the death of former SEAL member, Lt-Commander Samarn Guna, who died while carrying out support operation in the cave.

Chris Jewell, one of the British cave divers who took part in the rescue mission also praised the Thai divers for the bravery. “From my perspective, the SEALs were extremely brave and talented divers – they simply aren’t used to operating in caves. However, it is a testament to their skill and adaptability that they managed to achieve what they did in an unfamiliar environment. It was also great to see the way in which they adapted and learnt throughout the operation – an admirable quality in cave diving,” he said.

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Thai engineer impressed with Musk’s team

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A Thai engineer involved in the drilling operation to find alternative entrances into Tham Luang cave in Chiang Rai at the height of the “Wild Boars” rescue mission early month said yesterday despite all the uproar over SpaceX CEO Elon Musk’s tweets, he was personally impressed with the focus his team of engineers had on attempts to save the young footballers’ lives.

Associate Prof Suthisak Soralump, a geotechnical engineer from Kasetsart University, said the American team showed every intention to be part of the rescue efforts. “They didn’t come with solutions. They didn’t try to tell you what to do. They listened and took notes,” said Suthisak, who also served as a liaison between Thai authorities and foreign experts.

He said that during their discussions, Musk’s team paid attention to details and wasted no time in coming up with ideas. “As soon as we finished talking, they would be on the phone talking to their colleagues back home about how what we discussed could be translated into action,” he said.

The Thai engineer, who supervised the operation to drill holes to find possible alternatives entrances into the cave, said the initial experiment of using nylon tubes to create an air tunnel underwater as reported by the media was a result of their discussion. Musk himself later visited the cave and delivered a miniature submarine to the Thai rescue team.

Suthisak, however, said he told Musk’s team that it was up to the Thai Navy SEALs, who spearheaded the rescue mission, to decide whether any of their equipment would be practical for their operation. In the end, Governor Narongsak Osotthanakorn, chief of the rescue operation, politely rejected the use of the mini-submarine, saying it was not suitable for the mission.

“Even though the mini-sub would not be practical for this specific mission, I have to commend Musk and his team for leaving it behind so that it might be of use for some other purposes in the future,” the engineer said.

He said he was impressed with the seriousness that Musk’s team displayed in helping to find ways to rescue the young soccerites and their coach. “I can tell you that they were here with every intention to help,” he said.

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Private helicopter crashes in Khon Kaen, 3 killed

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A private helicopter crashed in Chonnabot district of the northeastern province of Khon Kaen on Wednesday morning (July 18), killing three people on board, police said.

Pol Col Kirati Amornpatpanin, the Chonnabot police chief, said the helicopter crashed at about 9am in a rice field near Ban Nong Pling in Tambon Wang Saeng and went up in flames.

Parts of the aircraft scattered all over the crash site which has been cordoned off for further examination, he said.

Of the three people killed, only two were identified. They were Wanchai Waratisai, a pilot of SFS Aviation Company, and Seksan Wanna, 51, of Phetchabun’s Muang district.

Atthaya Larpmak, director of the Khon Kaen airport, said initial reports reaching him said the helicopter, an Airbus helicopter AS355 NP, belonging to Hililux Aviation Company, departed from a flight training airfield in Saraburi. The aircraft lost contact while flying over Chonnabot district of Khon Kaen in the cloudy sky.

Authorities concerned were investigating the cause of the accident, he said.

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Cabinet nod for draft agreement on repatriation of Myanmar refugees

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The Cabinet on Tuesday approved the draft agreement on the repatriation of Myanmar refugees as proposed by the Foreign Ministry, government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd said.

The draft agreement was made at a meeting, hosted by the Foreign Ministry, of representatives of the Thailand and Myanmar on March 28.

According to the draft agreement, Thailand Myanmar will work together to send back to their home country Myanmar refugees who have been living at nine camps along the Thai-Myanmar border on a volutary basis.

Myanmar will divide the refugees into three groups. In the first group are refugees whose birth places can be clearly verified. The second are those who have chosen a clear destination on being repatriated. In the third category are those who need occupational training.

As for those who definitely decide to return to resettle permanently in Myanmar, they will be repatriated through the Mae Sot-Myawaddy checkpoint in Tak province and Ban Phu Nam Ron checkpoint in Kanchanaburi.

According to a recent survey, there are nine refugee camps along the border — four in Mae Hong Son, three in Tak, one in Kanchanaburi and one in Ratchaburi — sheltering a total of about 99,700 war refugees.

Since 2015, 164 refugees have been voluntarily repatriated on two occasions — 71 in the first batch and 93 in the second.

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Tropical storm “Son-tinh” brings more rain to upper Thailand

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The upper part of Thailand will have more rain and isolated heavy to very heavy rain during July 18-21 as Tropical Storm “Son-tinh,” which is moving in the westerly direction with the speed of 35 kilometres per hour, was expected to reach the Gulf of Tonkin this morning, and upper Vietnam this evening, according to the latest forecast of the Meteorological Department.

As of 4am this morning, tropical storm Son-tinh, was over the upper South China Sea with its maximum sustained wind of 70km per hour.

People are advised to take precautions against severe weather conditions and stay tuned for the weather forecast.

Also during July 18-21, the strong southwest monsoon prevails over the Andaman Sea, Thailand and the Gulf of Thailand. Abundant rain with isolated heavy rain are likely in the Central, the East and the South.

Waves in the Andaman Sea and the upper Gulf of Thailand are expected to be 2-3 metres high and over 3 metres in areas with thundershowers. All vessels should proceed with caution and small boats are advised to remain ashore.

Residents along the eastern and western coasts of the South should watch for in-shore surges, said the announcement.

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Do Me a Favor?

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Hey would you do me a favor?

I never got the chance to meet my dad or play catch with him.  So if you still have yours, would you let him know how important he is to you?

None of my grandparents are still alive and I miss them terribly.  So if you have some left, would you let them know you love them?

I’ve had four spinal surgeries, so sometimes it hurts just to walk.  So if you have the chance to dance, would you do one for me?

Of course I don’t mean to troll you or milk sympathy for myself.  What I’m really asking is that you live your day today with gratitude, recognize all the blessings you do have, and celebrate them in the moment.

Will you do that for me please?


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Teachers warned of serious consequences for debt default 

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Teachers who have threatened to stop servicing their debts to the Government Savings Bank were warned that they could face serious consequences, including the prospect of being declared bankrupt by the court.

Deputy justice permanent secretary Thawatchai Thaikhieu on Tuesday posted his opinion on his Facebook page in response to an online video clip featuring about 100 teachers gathering to make a declaration demanding the government and the GSB to provide about 450,000 teachers who took loans from the GSB under the funeral welfare fund scheme six-month debt moratorium starting October 1.

They also threatened to stop repaying their debts to the GSB starting August 1.

Mr Thawatchai said that teachers who refuse to honor their debt repayment commitment could face the prospect of facing bankruptcy lawsuits if the amount of their debts is beyond one million baht.

Worse still, he said their guarantors would be in trouble as well as they might also be slapped with bankruptcy lawsuits if they could not come up with debt repayments on behalf of the debtors.

Mr Thawatchai also warned that if any teachers were declared bankrupt by the court, they could lose their teaching jobs because, according to the law, a bankrupt person is not qualified to become a teacher.

He further clarified that a person declared bankrupt by the court will have his/her freedom of movements and right to undertake legal transactions restricted.  For instances, they cannot perform any legal and financial transactions; are banned from travelling abroad unless there is a permission from officials of the legal execution department.

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Officials seize decorative corals in raids at Chatuchak area

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Police and officials from the national parks, fisheries and marine resources departments seized a substantial haul of decorative corals and coralline algae in raids of several shops in Chatuchak area on Tuesday.

Mr Nuwat Leelatapa, a member of the Yiew Dong task force of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, said the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment had received many complaints from the public about several shops in Chatuchak area dealing in banned marine products such as corals and coralline algae and protected wildlife species.
With search warrants issued by the Criminal Court, members of the task force with cooperation from the police and officials from the Fisheries and Marine and Coastal Resources departments launched a coordinated raid, targeting three shops suspected of harboring the illegal items.
At one shop reportedly owned by 24-year old Ms Supatra Saengkham, the officials found nine packs of hard corals of Scleractinia order and 15 soft coral packs of Alcyonacea order.  Nuwat said the shop does not have a permit to possess or to trade in the items.
At the second shop, Nuwat said the shopowner shuttered the shop and escaped before the arrival of the raiding party.  Nevertheless, the officials used a bolt cutter to cut the lock and entered the shop where they found  29 hard coral packs of Scleractinia order.
Three more soft coral packs were found in the third shop and its owner, Mr Sikharin Siriboon admitted he owned the corals but could not produce any official permit.
Mr Nuwat said that most of the corals would be sold to aquarium tropical fish raisers at between 20-500 baht for a small pack.

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French tourists injured in bus accident in Chiang Rai

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Twenty-five French tourists and one Thai guide were injured with 4-5 of them in serious condition after a tour bus in which they were travelling overturned on a secondary road in Mae Lao district of Chiang Rai province on Tuesday.

Rescue workers said that most of the tourists sustained bruises and were discharged after given first-aid treatment at Mae Lao district hospital.

The accident took place in Ban Huey Sarn Yao in Tambon Dong Mada, Mae Lao district as the tour bus was travelling from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai.

The bus driver, Mr Natthapol Klinchuen, who escaped unhurt waited for the police at the scene of the accident.  He reportedly told the police that he lost control of the bus when it arrived at a curve which was slippery due to rainfall.

The bus then smashed into a kilometer marker and then into roadside bushes before it overturned, said the driver, adding that he did not accelerate the speed nor was there any car trying to overtake his bus which might cause the accident.

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When Navy SEALs face their toughest challenge

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The Navy SEALs are known as the toughest warriors of the Thai fighting forces.   But even their most grueling training apparently didn’t prepare them for what they had to encounter at Tham  Luang  cave when they were called upon to save the lives of 12 young footballers and their coach trapped inside. SEAL Commander Rear Adm Arpakorn Yookongkaew admitted in an interview with Thai PBS that while his men were fully committed to the mission, there were moments of uncertainty and doubts plaguing the rescue operation.












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Breaking Through to Greatness

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When Bob Dylan walked onstage at the Newport Folk Festival with an electric guitar, people thought the world was ending.  But of course it was simply the next evolution in music.

I’m old enough to remember when we thought Hill Street Blues and LA Law were breakthrough television.  Which at the time, they were.  Now if you watch Game of Thrones, The Wire, or The Sopranos, you think how quaint those old shows really were.

There was a time we thought Evel Knievel performed the most death-defying stunts ever attempted.  Now you can see at least ten exploits more daring in an hour of watching a half-pipe competition.  What we’re witnessing here is the natural evolution of process, when each generation of work and people builds upon the shoulders on the previous one, in ever-increasing levels of accomplishment.

Which of course, brings us back to YOU…

If you look back at what you were doing five or ten years ago – are you reaching new breakthroughs that make your previous exploits appear tame – or have you been just phoning it in?


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Policeman sentenced to 7 years in jail for engineer’s death

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The parents of a young engineer shot dead by police in Sakhon Nakhon seven years ago on the pretext that he was involved in drug dealing were finally vindicated when the Supreme Court declared their son innocent and upheld the lower court’s seven and a half years’ imprisonment imposed on the police shooter for overacting and abuse of power.

Mrs Duansai Saengrith, mother of the dead victim, Phairote, said briefly after the reading of the Supreme Court’s verdict at the Sakhon Nakhon provincial court today that she was glad that justice was finally accorded to her family and her son.

She also insisted that her son and family had never been involved in drugs as accused by the police.

The case dated back to December 27, 2011, when a seven-man police team from Panna Nikhom police station, led by Pol Snr-Sgt Maj Sitthikul Katiwong, opened fire into a car driven by Mr Phairote with two other occupants in it.

One shot struck Phairote’s neck, killing him instantly while the two others escaped unhurt. The police alleged that the victim possessed drugs and resisted police arrest.

About one year afterward, the victim’s family, with the help of the Law Council of Thailand, filed a lawsuit with Sakhon Nakhon provincial court, accusing the alleged shooter, Sitthikul, and five other policemen of abuse of power and excessive use of force against the victim whom they claimed were innocent.

Both the provincial court and the Appeals court found Sitthikul guilty and sentenced him to seven years and six months jail term. The five other policemen were acquitted.

Hailing the Supreme Court’s decision, the victim’s lawyer, Mr Ratchada Manooratchada, said the verdict should serve as a precedent to deter law enforcement officers from abusing their power.

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13 Wild Boars to be discharged tomorrow

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The 12 Moo Pa Academy football players and their coach will be released from hospital tomorrow — a day earlier than planned, Chiang Rai Governor Prajon Pratsakul confirmed today.

Mr Prajon said the young survivors of Tham Luang cave saga will also speak to the media for the first time tomorrow at a press conference to be telecast live on “Thailand Moving Forward,” a daily television programme initiated by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) after seizing power four years ago. The programme will be beamed live from the office of Chiang Rai provincial administration starting at 6.00pm.

However, journalists will be not be allowed to pose questions directly to the young footballers. They are requested to submit their questions in writing before-hand to be screened by psychiatrists, the governor said. The psychiatrists will decide which of the questions should be conveyed to them.

Even though the physical health of the 12 boys and their soccer coach have been fully rehabilitated after spending more than a week under close medical care at Chiang Rai hospital, psychiatrists are still concerned about their mental state and have advised against exposing them directly to questioning by the media.

Governor Prajon said they will be discharged a day earlier than planned because they have made full recovery though they still need to continue to be given anti-botics for another week.

The governor said their families will be also be present at the press conference tomorrow. Mr Prajon said the media will be advised not to bother the boys after they return to their families and communities. Their parents will also be cautioned not to subject their children to media expose because they are still mentally vulnerable and are protected under the child protection law.

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Criteria for granting Thai nationality must be strictly adhered: Anupong

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The legal criteria for granting Thai nationality to stateless people must be strictly adhered to in the case of three members of the Moo Pa Academy football team and their coach, Interior Minister Anupong Paojinda said this morning.

The three young football players and their coach, Ekapol Chanthawong, are classified as stateless persons was they were born to families of illegal immigrants. All have already submitted applications for Thai nationality. Their legal status came to light after their plight in Tham Luang cave became known world-wide.

Gen Anupong said that district officers, provincial governors and even he himself are not legally entitled to grant Thai nationality to anyone unless proper legal procedure is followed.

The minister said those who apply for Thai nationality are required by the law to meet the legal criteria. He admitted that the process is always time-consuming as DNA and other evidence need to be verified.

Gen Anupong said people who were entitled to receive Thai nationality last year were born in Thailand and have stayed in the country for 15 years or longer, even though their parents did not enter the country legally. They were all required to prove they met the criteria.

Since 2014 about 20,000 stateless people have been granted Thai nationality, he added.

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Rain, isolated heavy rain expected across the country this week

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Abundance of rain is forecast for the upper part of the country this week, with isolated heavy rain predicted for the North, the Northeast, the Central, the East and west coast of the South, according to this morning’s weather forecast from the Meteorological Department.

It is a result of a monsoon trough lying across Myanmar, the upper North of Thailand and Laos, and the active low pressure over Tonkin Bay. At the same time, the strong southwest monsoon is prevailing over the Andaman Sea and The Gulf of Thailand.

People are warned of possible flash floods and severe weather conditions. Residents along the eastern and western coastlines of the South should stay alert for inshore surges.

Waves are likely to be 2-3 metres high in the upper Andaman Sea and the upper Gulf of Thailand. All ships should proceed with caution, and small boats are advised to stay ashore.

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Dr. Matt Tip #4

DrMatt -

Learn how to separate your efforts from your results to help you empower yourself.

The Empowerment Partnership is the leading authority on NLP, Huna, Mental and Emotional Release and Hypnosis.

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Australian diver admits boys and coach sedated in rescue

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One of the two Australians who were with the Wild Boars football team and helped them escape safely from the Tham Luong cave in Chiang Rai has revealed the boys and their coach were heavily sedated during the extraction operation, according to ABC. Retired Perth vet Craig Challen explained how he worked closely with his friend and fellow expert cave diver, Adelaide anaesthetist Dr Richard Harris, to medically assess the boys and their coach and get them ready for the rescue operation, in an exclusive interview with the ABC’s Four Corners program. In his first in-depth interview about the rescue operation, Dr Challen confirmed that the boys were heavily sedated. “They did have some sedation to keep them calm, because the worst thing that could happen would be one of those guys panicking,” he said. “If you put me in a full face mask with no previous experience and dragged me out of a cave for, it’s about a three hour trip, then I would be terrified and probably panicking as well.” Dr Challen and Dr Harris were called in by Thai authorities and arrived in northern Thailand on July 6. They dived into the flooded cave the next day. “They [the boys] were pretty unreservedly happy to see us, I think. I can’t imagine what it was like for them being in there nine days with no contact,” Dr Challen said.

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