Documentary “Sirius” Claims to Feature Unknown Humanoid
The internets are a-buzzin’ with the release of the trailer for more, a documentary featuring former medical professional and Disclosure Project alum Dr. Stephen Greer.
In the trailer, we witness what the official go to my site describes as a “humanoid of unknown classification.” It’s also itty bitty.
The six inch tall critter was reportedly discovered in Chile’s Atacama desert, and the filmmakers claim that its DNA has been sequenced by highly credentialed professionals, or as described in the PR, “eye-opening, are the credentials and pedigree of the science and medical team behind this potentially profound and historical announcement.”
View the Sirius trailer below then scroll down for my highly professional analysis:
1. This film appears to have a relatively slick production value, which is a bit of a coup for this genre. In fact, Sirius is the result of the highest documentary crowd-funding raise in history. This has apparently resulted in a classy looking film. The documentary is directed by Emmy Award winning Amardeep Kaleka and narrated by actor Thomas Jane (HBO series ‘Hung’).
2. Looks like Dr. Greer has been hitting the P90X pretty hard lately. That man is BUFF.
3. How the heck does a 6 inch alien reach the pedals of his mile wide space craft? For that matter, how does he see over the dashboard? Does he sit on an intergalactic phone book? Food for thought.
All kidding aside, my bull-crap-o-meter is ringing off the charts with this film. The ridiculous appearance of the “alien” not withstanding, the following statement from the press release gave me pause:
‘Sirius’ deals not only with the subject of UFO and ET visitation disclosure but also with the advanced, clean, and alternative energy technology that’s getting them here. ‘Sirius’ goes into eye-opening detail regarding how the disclosure of such technologies, some of which have been suppressed for decades, can enable humanity to leave the age of the polluting petrodollar, transform society and improve mankind’s chances for the survival.
drinking alcohol when taking paxilI certainly do not scoff at the concept that advanced technology has been held back from public consumption, but to me this blurb sounds like the set up for the alien savior gospel. And given Dr. Greer’s track record, I certainly wouldn’t be shocked if that’s the banner he’s carrying.
Greer has had a dogged history in the field of Ufology. While some give him perhaps deserved kudos for his flagship Disclosure Project, it is his lesser known exploits that put a giant question mark over his intentions. Greer is a proponent of telepathic extra-terrestrial communications. He’s led many people on retreats wherein they are invited to make contact with aliens. A 2008 article on what is the best online dating site yahoo answers exposes how Greer has invited people into the California desert as well as to retreats at his ranch that promise to share hidden knowledge with attendees, as well as possible “contact”… often at a rather hefty monetary cost to the spectators. See the video below which aired on National Geographic Explorer’s Searching for Extraterrestrials program in 1994, predating the Disclosure Project:
I suppose we’ll get a clearer indication of Greer’s intentions upon the official release of Sirius, which premiers on April 22 in Hollywood, followed by a limited theatrical release which will run concurrently with an “On Demand” video release.
On a side note, this would not be the first time a tiny “alien” was discovered and analyzed. In 2009 I reported the story of a Mexican farmer who found a live creature (similar in appearance to the one featured in Sirius), which he drowned out of fear. Check out that article here: Scientists baffled by “Alien Baby”