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…paradigm shifting physical evidence of a medically and scientifically analyzed DNA sequenced humanoid creature of unknown classification found in the Atacama desert, Chile.

That’s how serious Sirius is.

Okay. Enough with the ‘serious’ jokes and let’s get on with what many are calling a ground-breaking UFO documentary. Dr. Steven Greer (no stranger to controversy) has put out a documentary aimed at fully disclosing governments’ involvement with UFOs and Extraterrestrial beings. The Sirius Disclosure movie focuses on high-profile interviews with credible witnesses as well as what Dr. Greer claims to be an alien body that was found in Chile’s Atacama desert.

Sirius Press Release: “Sirius” from Emmy Award winning director Amardeep Kaleka (“Neverending Light”), producer J.D Seraphine and narrated by actor Thomas Jane (“Hung”) will have a gala celebrity premiere on April 22 in Hollywood followed by a limited national theatrical release on April 24.

The explosive documentary deals with the subject of UFO disclosure and clean energy.  “Sirius” was also one of the most successful crowd funding initiatives ever produced. The film includes Government and Military witnesses to the UFO secrecy, explains the connection to Free Energy and provides the vision of Contact with ET Civilizations as witnessed by the CE-5 contact teams. Never before has this wealth of information and footage been shown to the public.

“This really is the greatest story never told” says Dr. Greer, “Once people understand that classified projects have figured out how UFO’s operate, they will realize we no longer need oil, coal and nuclear power. This is the truth that has driven the secrecy.”

According to Thomas Jane, “The Sirius documentary is a powerful and important film that I encourage everyone to watch with an open mind as it truly speaks to the heart of the people who, like me, are probably okay with the government keeping secrets from its people in the name of national security, but is not okay with a secret government.”

Sirius Project: The Atacama Humanoid
Sirius Project: The Atacama Humanoid


“One of the most shocking claims put forth in the film is that they have obtained, “paradigm shifting physical evidence of a medically and scientifically analyzed DNA sequenced humanoid creature of unknown classification found in the Atacama desert, Chile.” According to the filmmakers the credentials of the group of scientists and the medical team behind this claim are “eye-opening.” They believe that the announcement of their discovery could be potentially profound and historical.” —

The documentary opens in Los Angeles on April 22nd. For more information on the screening click here.

  • Greer has a tendancy to make broad claims and offer little evidence, getting attention with his serious demeanor and apparent sanity, but I usually am disappointed by his lack of verifiable evidence.
    Still curious to see it.

  • BW

    Xavier, assuming for a moment that an unknown entity of some kind has been discovered (and DNA-sequenced), I pose a basic question:

    Why “extraterrestrial” ?

    Point being that apart from unverifiable reports, we know nothing about who or what may be the pilots of the reported UFOs. It seems premature to assume anything about the pilots, assuming that the reported craft are something that cannot be explained as being something conventional. To put a finer point on the question: even if such entities were discovered, how would we know what their origin might be ?



  • ghosttheory

    That’s an important question. According to the project, the DNA sequence is like nothing seen before.

    This statement isn’t anything news. We’ve all read the headlines about “unique DNA” when it comes to Bigfoot, Aliens, Humanoids and others.

    It’s a bold claim with a lot of hot air, yet I’m still trying to get Media passes to go see it. 🙂

  • alexofkansas

    looking forward to the documentary!!

  • Druscilla Alix Tempest

    Common Flag words to look out for when it comes to these fantastic claims are “truth” and “open mind”.

    Truth is usually self evident and needs not extra emphasis and self-promotion that it is what it is. Typically when you see the statement “This is the Truth”, you’ll find it’s far and away from it,
    “Open Minded”, translates to ‘suspend all disbelief such that you’ll believe any and all lies told you’. Anything requiring one to be “open minded” should set off alarm bells immediately.
    Science, on the other hand, invites criticism. Science wants you to try to break it, crash test it, and try find different results from established paradigm.
    If you have to be “open minded” to be convinced of something, it’s fairly certain whatever one needs be “open minded” about isn’t worth the poop it’s printed on.

    Beware anything self-promoting itself as “truth”, especially where it requires an “open mind”.

  • To say that “Truth” is self evident opens the door for many to substitute Truth with Belief, and that is the battle that is fought every day in the arena of the UFOs, Cryptozoology, Paranormal, and the generally unexplained where all too often Belief is accepted at best as Evidence, and at worst as Truth.

  • IThinkso

    …and also in the arena of the physicists, Br. Henry…..’TIME TRAVEL THE TRUTH’

  • Druscilla Alix Tempest

    I’m not saying these are absolutes, but flag words to be mindful and suspicious of, especially where it concerns “open minded”.

    While it doesn’t hurt to be open minded about a concept, nothing should be blindly accepted without crash testing it to satisfaction.

    The same goes for anything flying the “TRUTH” flag.
    Be suspicious.
    It might, maybe, could be, possibly, actually truth, but, isn’t it a little suspicious where a statement should already be given as Truth that it needs go the extra step to proclaim itself as such?

    It’s like the old phrase “Trust Me”, so often heard from con-men.
    Sure, there are people you can trust, who when making such a statement are trustworthy, but, the greater demographic of “trust me” sayers are those that should least be trusted.

    They’re flag words and phrases that should immediately trigger caution, at the highest prejudice skepticism has on offer.

  • Rmon

    That’s the title the documentary makers made up, not the physicists.

  • IThinkso

    Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion

  • DaveBusinessOnline

    I really love this stuff, but Greer drives me nuts. I can not stand him. He seems to stink of CIA plant to me. He claims he debriefs presidents on the subject. The whole thing just stinks of a blatant plant.
    I love the witness interviews, but the rest I can not stand.