Thursday, April 4, 2013

Greer Documentary "Sirius" Promises Free Energy and a Dead Alien

The official World Premiere of the movie Sirius, directed by the Emmy-award winning Amardeep Kaleka and based upon the claims of UFO celebrity Steven Greer, takes place on April 22.  Produced by J.D Seraphine and narrated by actor Thomas Jane (HBO series Hung), Sirius "will have its contributor, VIP & celebrity premiere on April 22 in Hollywood, CA. The movie premiere will be followed by a limited theatrical release and concurrent VOD launch via the Yekra video on demand platform on SiriusDisclosure.com."  As for the premiere itself,

When: Monday, April 22nd at 7:30 pm (PST)
Where: Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14 in the Premiere House Theater
            1000 West Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles 90015
Thank you all for your enthusiastic response to the "Sirius" premiere.  We have sold out of the main theater, but have another theater in the same complex.   You can still be a part of the Red Carpet excitement and the Sirius Premiere.  Tickets for theater B now available for only $15.

 The movie's message is summarized as follows:
The Earth has been visited by advanced Inter-Stellar Civilizations that can travel through other dimensions faster than the speed of light. They use energy propulsion systems that can bring us to a new era. Humans have also developed these systems but those in power have suppressed them in order to keep us at the mercy of fossil fuels... “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.”
Greer delivers a similar message in the highly-controversial conspiracy-oriented movie Thrive. The bizarre and conspiratorial political message of that movie has riled both the left and the right.
Greer receives a hug from one of his admirers, Leda Beluche

As I noted in previous Blog postings, funding for the Sirius movie was obtained through crowd sourcing. Last year on July 28, Greer announced meeting his fundraising goal of $250,000. But he still needed more money because, you see,
supposed alien skull from Sirius press release

There is a chance that we may be able to include in the film “Sirius” the scientific testing of a possible Extraterrestrial Biological Entity (EBE) that has been recovered and is deceased. This EBE is in the possession of a cooperative institute desiring further scientific evaluation of the possible ET. We cannot reveal at this time the location of this being or the name of the person or persons who possess it.

Dr. Jan Bravo- who is a [MUFON] STAR Board member and a fellow Emergency Physician- and I have actually visited the group that possesses this EBE and have personally and professionally examined the being. It is indeed an actual deceased body, and most certainly is not plastic or man-made. It has a head, 2 arms and 2 legs and is humanoid . We have seen and examined X-Rays of the being. Its anatomy however is not homo sapien (modern human) or any known hominid (predecessors to humans).
This little alien is only six inches long. The money was, indeed, duly raised.
Voila, it's Bijou

The movie now promises "the paradigm shifting physical evidence of a medically and scientifically analyzed DNA sequenced humanoid creature of unknown classification found in the Atacama desert, Chile." Remarkable, if true. It will be fascinating to learn how DNA sequences that allegedly evolved on an alien planet compare with our own. 'Informed sources' are saying that Greer's dead E.T. is actually an immature spider monkey. I cannot confirm that, however it sounds a lot more likely than a dead E.T. Recently Greer said that he now has a friendly 'alien familiar' name Bijoux, who has been following him around. I hope that Greer didn't accidentally run over Bijou in his truck?


Is this guy E.T.?

41 comments:

  1. ALIEN OBITUARY
    By Bijoux the "Friendly Alien"

    "Zerg" the alien, unexpectedly died from a medical procedure at the Area 51. He was 849 years old.
    Sources state the alien died from a human implant that gone horribly wrong.
    "Got a taste of his own medicine", said an Area 51 insider.
    Zerg (or "Zergie" to his pals) lived a amazing life even though it was rather short.
    Zerg's claim to fame was being an extra in the Spielberg's classic movie "Close Encounters of the Third Kind".
    Alas, success elluded Zerg and he turned to alcohol ("Beam Me Up, Scotty" was his favorite cocktail).
    "Zerg was a good friend, even if he was an alien", said his agent and long-time friend Dr. Steven Geer.
    "I'll always remember his creepy smile when he buzzed folks in his UFO. Zerg loved his UFO,
    washing and polishing it every weekend. I'm going to miss the little bugger."
    In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to SETI.
    TS4072

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  2. "This really is the greatest story never told", says Steven Greer.

    Now that Greer has told us this story, perhaps he can now tell us the second greatest story never told, then the third, fourth, etc.

    Funny, but I have always assumed the greatest story never officially told was the one about those ETs recovered at Roswell. (Are you listening Mr Friedman?).




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  3. It's difficult to figure out guys like Greer. The remarks he made seem to depict an honest man whose grip on reality is questionable. On the other hand, he might just be perpetuating odd stories like this one for the money and renown.

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    1. I would say he is an honest man whose grip on reality is more solid than most of ours.

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    2. Based on his endorsement of so many paranormal claims, I'd put that in the unlikeliest category.

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  4. I recently perused The UFO Chronicles site and even Frank Warren seems to give the impression that this escapade hurts the credibility of Ufology.

    I thought that the "alien" would have been a perfect stand in for "Alien vs. Predator", but who am I to judge, I'm still trying to decipher the hidden messages in "Plan 9 from Outer Space."

    Regards,

    Tim

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  5. Greer may be offering new "data" about this little alien, but there's nothing new about the little alien itself, is there? I think I recall hearing reports about this years ago, including a segment of a television documentary about UFOs and aliens. Does anyone else remember hearing about this little "alien"?

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  6. This "alien" seems to be a mere 15 centimeters (6") long from head to toe. I have a distinct feeling that it is indeed a small juvenile monkey that's been tampered with, much like the squirrel monkey that Ruíz tampered with (by removing parts, adding parts from a large number of other animals and drying it) and that fooled UFOlogist Maussan a few years ago.

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    1. Correction: Ruiz' alien creature was a heavily modified spider monkey body.

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    2. Here is more info on the Spider Monkey hoax perpetrated on Maussan:

      http://www.alcione.org/00_CASO_SER_METEPEC1_.html (mostly in Spanish)

      http://forgetomori.com/2010/aliens/the-metepec-creature-author-confess-hoax/

      I wonder what Greer's "alien" will turn out to be?

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  7. [Actual reactions as I read through the post]:

    "The Earth has been visited by advanced Inter-Stellar Civilizations that can travel through other dimensions faster than the speed of light. They use energy propulsion systems that can bring us to a new era. Humans have also developed these systems but those in power have suppressed them in order to keep us at the mercy of fossil fuels..."

    Blah blah blah, same ol' same ol', alien stories have nothing to run on but clichés. Make sure you include the reptiloids in disguise piloting black helicopters...

    "'This really is the greatest story never told' says Dr. Greer,"

    [Snork!] Never told?!?! What, you mean in the past five minutes? Extra-dimensional travel was old before I was born in '65, and the government conspiracy crapola was borrowed from Kennedy's assassination (at least) and perpetuated after Nixon, hitting a special peak in the '80s. All of these were X-Files plots (multiple times I suspect.) I think you'd have to be from another planet not to have heard this whole spiel ad nauseum. Seriously, is he targeting four-year-olds with this approach?

    As for that alien skull photo, judging from the poor focus and the depth-of-field, I get the distinct impression of a flower bud...

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  8. The little alien is a human fetus of 15 weeks as concluded a Francisco Etxeberria, the forensic surgeon who examined the body in 2007. Today, he is in Chile working in the investigation about the cause of the death of Pablo Neruda and has told me by mail that the story of the documentary of Greer "is nonsense". Etxeberria is a a renowned scientific in Spain.

    If you read Spanish I have published in my blog the medical report of Etxeberria (http://blogs.elcorreo.com/magonia/2013/04/10/el-forense-vasco-francisco-etxeberria-dictamino-en-2007-que-el-extraterrestre-de-atacama-es-un-feto-humano/).

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    1. Look what a baby of 15 weeks lloks like
      http://www.babycenter.com/fetal-development-images-15-weeks
      the photograph above shows a humanoid with much taller limbs than a fetus, and the shape of the head is not even common.
      Don't believe in the first explication you find!

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    2. Lucas Pacheco said:
      "Look what a baby of 15 weeks lloks like
      http://www.babycenter.com/fetal-development-images-15-weeks
      the photograph above shows a humanoid with much taller limbs than a fetus, and the shape of the head is not even common.
      Don't believe in the first explication you find! "

      You might try a real photo: http://www.urogenitalresearch.org/labs/labesdi.htm
      ... and recognize that the report said it was mummified, meaning tissue shrinkage is going to make it appear thinner/longer. Compare the length of the skull and ribcage to the limbs and see what you get.

      Then, of course, you can recognize that the chances of skull structure, rib structure, limb joints, and number of appendages matching humans, in a species evolved on another planet from different origins, is so farfetched as to strongly indicate this is of earthly origin.

      It's not a matter of believing the "first" explanation, however you might have determined that, but one that fits the evidence.

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    3. Hi Denelsbeck. I'm starting to like having this conversation. You do recall "science" many times, well, by previous knowledge you know that a baby is compose by more than 90% of water. Mummify it and you will loose it. And don't forget, the 15 weeks fetus barely reaches 3 inches of length. Well, that cannot be a mummified human being fetus of 15 weeks, and I won't say what the heck can be that thing, because I don't know, I just know what it cannot be. I will take your own words to finish this: "It's not a matter of believing the "first" explanation, however you might have determined that, but one that fits the evidence".

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    4. Lucas: And clearly you didn't even read the reports, yet you were quick to dismiss it. That says alot about your objectivity.

      If you hadn't noticed, the odd skull shape that you refer to is clearly the result of severe lateral compression, as professor Etxeberria noted in his report. Look at this photo, for example:
      http://www.openminds.tv/wp-content/uploads/Ata-300x297.jpg

      You can clearly see that the fetal parietal bones are all squished up, wholly accounting for the odd skull shape. The rest of the morphology is clearly fetal too and everything corresponds to a human at that stage of development. Greer and his companions are a total fraud, this should have been obvious to every open mind even before this embarassing episode.

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    5. Lucas, you may be right - it could be older. Or the fetus picture I linked to could be younger, or underdeveloped. But since the 'alien' has the major bones of the skull exactly as we develop them, scapulae and clavicles, to all appearances one upper-limb bone and two lower-limb bones, carpals and tarsals, a pelvis and what could very well be a classic human spine curvature, I'm going to say the doctors who pronounced it a human fetus have a hell of a lot more evidence in their favor that Greer arbitrarily claiming it isn't human.

      A note about evolution: species develop due to environmental demands and previously existing structures. We have the skeleton we do because of the path we took from sea-dweller to live-bearing mammal to tree climber to plains runner. There is no reason to expect anything of the sort from a species that developed elsewhere, and it stretches coincidence beyond imagination to think an extra-terrestrial species would be humanoid, or even symmetrical.

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  9. I'm sorry, but deciding that the Atacama EBE's head in that picture is a modified "immature spider monkey" (who modified it? How?) signals to me that you are barely open to this film and new evidence. Furthermore, I don't remember any past X-Files episode or plot arc making as firm a connection between extra terrestrial visitation and exotic zero-point energy technologies, which is a huge part of the "Sirius" documentary and the story not being told. Laughing over a 6" alien is the sideshow to distract from the bigger story, new energy, actual energy independence, ultimately new society. (If we have the courage to see). I understand being cautious in the face of the mysterious, but shouldn't you wait to see the film before being so certain of what its depicting?

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    1. Well, Steve, I'm at a loss as to how zero-point energy is something that you'd introduce to the world through a crowd-funded documentary, but I'd love to hear your explanation of how the repressive government that wants to keep it hidden somehow let these media releases get by, much less an entire movie.

      I'm also stumped as to how seeing something requires "courage" - funny, this sounds like one of those self-aggrandizing tactics which is supposed to make UFO proponents some form of heroes, while the announcements of imminent New World Orders go on... and on... and on.

      I see no reason to avoid speculating on the film, no certainty involved - nice try, though some of us recognize the manipulation attempts ;-). But I'll tell you what: when you get your zero-point personal jetpack, I'll give you my address and you can hover over my place and crow about how wrong I was. Which still won't change the value of skepticism over grandiose claims.

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    2. Hi Denelsbeck, I think you misjudge the Keightley's commentary. He says´'courage' because obviously some of us are resistent to ideas about changing the way we live or simply changing the way we perceive things. You folks gives too much faith to the government and to the mainstream media! US government said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Well, now THAT was a BIG hoax. Iraq did not have weapons of mass destruction but what they did was change the price of their oil to Euros instead Dollar in 2000, and that put the PetroDollar system in relative danger. So, you will tell me that the US government don't do their cover ups? Go whatch Zeitgeist movie and see what they tell you about 9/11! I don't believe how is possible hear some people saying "if had exist intelligent extraterrestrial life NASA would inform us". NO! They won't! And why? Take your own conclusions! And to do that, you need to open your mind to ALL the possibilities, and not narrow your criteria over the general consensus and over the status-quo!
      Salute to you, and stay well :)
      Regards from Brasil.

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    3. Lucas Pacheco said:
      "Hi Denelsbeck, I think you misjudge the Keightley's commentary. He says´'courage' because obviously some of us are resistent to ideas about changing the way we live or simply changing the way we perceive things."

      I have no doubt this is true, but you know, I don't see it in the slightest in the comments here, much less anyplace on this site. I see people commenting about the evidence (or lack thereof) and a whole lot of defensive rants. So who do you think needs this "courage"?

      "You folks gives too much faith to the government and to the mainstream media!"

      What "folks" would this be? Are you answering my comment? If so, kindly try dealing with what I've typed, rather than some imagined persona you would rather duel with.

      "Take your own conclusions! And to do that, you need to open your mind to ALL the possibilities, and not narrow your criteria over the general consensus and over the status-quo! "

      I am quite capable of forming my own conclusions, thanks all the same. I also don't see where I've actually expressed any.

      But, let me help you out. Dealing with "possibilities" is a child's game, pinning everything on hope and the unknown. I deal with probabilities instead - that requires both knowledge and evidence, and leads in far more useful directions. The "general consensus" that you refer to, most especially the rather vast body of knowledge we call "science," backs up everything with solid tests and dependable results - books and books full of them. So when it tells me how physics works and how firmly it's held together over the years, I have confidence in it. To destroy this confidence, I'm going to need a hell of a lot more than vague promises of what will be revealed, and the ludicrous appeal to "possibilities." Most especially from anyone involved in the UFO and paranormal fields, which have a track record that is beyond pathetic.

      It is perfectly rational to dismiss any and all such claims outright, based solely on this track record - one can only cry "wolf" so many times. You have the chance, however, of backing up anything you claim, from some of the few who are willing to give you a fair hearing. Don't abuse that privilege.

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    4. Hi there Denels! I've notice that you adore add sarcasm in your comments. I personally don't appreciate that. Even if you are a remarkable scientist, don't go smashing the others with your "scientific knowledge", it is not polite. Despite that, In general I don't disagree with your beliefs, that apparentely is attached to the general scientific consensus. You said "when it (Science) tells me how physics works and how firmly it's held together over the years, I have confidence in it." Perfect! I'm a undergraduate of Engineering, so I know perfectly what is that physics you are talking about. When we study physics, we start with most simplified situations as possible, and with idealized circunstances, and man, nevertheless all the calculus involved gets so complex! Amazing thing, indeed =) But science cannot hold everything, and we know that. When I talk with my friends from Physics, some of them say "we are too far to proove a lot of things", well, look to the strings theory or to the so vast quantum mechanics! The science is a process, science will keep evolving. When I said "you guys give too much faith to the government" I mean: If the US air force say "we are being visited by Extraterrestrial Intelligent life forms" so what then? It will, probably, be some impact over the society, and over the academic communities - a big (?) question. You know, this is a possibility. Talking over 'probabilities', you know the probability of an intelligent E.T. life existence is considerable. The probabilities can give us civilizations in the order of hundreds of thousands of life years.
      I'm excited about the Greer's work. Well, let's see what he can give us!
      (I'm sorry about my English, I'm not from a English language country!)
      Hugs,
      Lucas.

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    5. Greetings Lucas. I read a few things you've written and would like to offer my comments.

      I am glad to see you're an engineering student, and moreover, intellectually curious. You probably want to avoid referring to films like Zeitgeist, fraught with conspiracy theories, if you're after scientific truth.

      9/11 is a good place to start if you like comparisons to the UFO enigma. Here is an attack involving known assailants with ideological reasons, means, and opportunity. The scenario best fits a terrorist attack. There is no real need to put much effort into alternative theories, since this is the simplest one that conforms to the facts.

      Using this same technique, take a look at UFOs. Let's say an observer sees lights in the sky. After some digging, someone like Mr. Sheaffer finds out that it was nothing more than high-intensity flares. Why look further? What purpose is served in suggesting it's really alien spaceships, something that has no factual basis to date?

      Mr. Greer's "alien" is another good case. Is it more likely to be a premature human or primate or, again, a being that has no scientific antecedent?

      Out of curiosity, why is the probability of intelligent alien life considerable? I'm not saying there isn't any in our universe, but how does one calculate it. Our data is essentially comprised of life on Earth. It strikes me as more speculation than anything.

      If you like government conspiracies, pause a minute to consider the response if this outfit did find an alien specimen. I don't think we'd be seeing any documentary films being made about it.

      An end note: check out what UFO proponents are saying. Human abductions and sexual experimentation (and a lot more) abound in the reports. Does it make you wonder why a civilization on the order of "hundreds of thousands of years old" engages in these nefarious activities for decades.

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    6. Lucas Pacheco said:
      "I've notice that you adore add sarcasm in your comments. I personally don't appreciate that. Even if you are a remarkable scientist, don't go smashing the others with your "scientific knowledge", it is not polite."

      I find sarcasm a very useful tool sometimes, especially when it comes to people incorrectly assigning attitudes or comments to me. I have no idea where you got the idea that I was smashing others with my scientific knowledge.

      "But science cannot hold everything, and we know that. When I talk with my friends from Physics, some of them say "we are too far to proove a lot of things", well, look to the strings theory or to the so vast quantum mechanics! The science is a process, science will keep evolving."

      No argument at all, and you'll notice I never said science now contains everything we will ever know. BUT, there is nothing that says that anything that we discover in the future will destroy what we know now, either. No part of physics will go away even if we discover some new facet of it - we just might realize we were misinterpreting something.

      All of that is beside the point. Greer (and all other claimants) are still required to prove their claims, regardless of what science does not know. Why bother arguing with skeptics, and appealing to possibilities? Just prove us wrong.

      "When I said 'you guys give too much faith to the government' I mean: If the US air force say 'we are being visited by Extraterrestrial Intelligent life forms' so what then?"

      I'd still want to see the evidence, same as before. The point you're missing is that I do not place blind faith in anyone, nor any position. I am more likely to believe someone who makes a claim that is highly probable ("I bought a new shirt today") than one that is highly improbable ("The government has zero-point energy and is hiding it.") But either way, someone better show either a shirt or a spaceship.

      "You know, this is a possibility. Talking over 'probabilities', you know the probability of an intelligent E.T. life existence is considerable."

      No, actually, I don't. As jozzcooper said, no one has any way of calculating that. A little lesson in logic. The common usage of "possibility" is something like, "We haven't proven it's impossible yet." This ignores that something could very well be impossible, we just can't establish that firmly. Scientifically and statistically, possibility refers to conditions that allow a known factor. The chance of life on Earth is 1:1 (or simply 1) - we already know it exists. The chance of life on any other planet is 0:1 (which is zero), since we have found none at all. Sounds contentious, but that's how probability works. We'd like to think that it can arise because we know what conditions it needs, Drake's Equation and all that, but without a solid example this does not enter probability. If you like resorting to possibility, it is also possible that we are dead wrong.

      That's why I don't bother with appeals to future knowledge or what we don't know. I'd be just as fascinated as the next guy if we did find any form of life, and have confidence in the science behind how we think it's possible (liquid water, certain temperatures, etc.) But it remains speculation until we prove it right, and I won't let this influence my belief in finding it.

      Two last things. The considerable probability of ET life that you speak of should also take into account the vast distances to cross to get here, and the likelihood that evolving on another planet may produce something we wouldn't even recognize, much less communicate with. The second is, notice that you put great faith in science over this probability of life, but virtually dismissed every bit that made Greer's claims highly unlikely. How come?

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  10. Oh, the negative opinions En Masse. I love it!
    Well a wise man once told me the following: Even if you don't choose, you still make a choice.
    So sit back, change the channel. Have another alcoholic beverage. Bark ridiculous things at people when you drive because you don't know how to leave the house 15 minutes early and you drive like shit anyhow. Then COMMENCE thinking that you trust in a fictional character and give 10% of your earnings to a pedophiles network. and THINK you've got all the answers, then judge others appropriately. (psst. it's much easier than trying to open your mind isn't it?) Then actually wonder what makes you afraid of what could be the truth. sad days indeed...

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    1. Well, that certainly showed me the perils of being negative...

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    2. It's nice to hear from Alex Jones. It made about as much sense.

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  11. http://www.amazon.com/Apocalypse-Pretty-Soon-Travels-End-Time/dp/0385498527/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1365708096&sr=1-1&keywords=apocalypse+pretty+soon

    I'm pimping this book again for a very unbiased chapter about a Greer ET signaling event. The problem is, if this were true, it would be the lead story on CNN. Or truly buried deeply as a conspiracy. I don't mean to say anything, but our government does a horrible job letting Greet and others run around "telling the truth". He can't be that hard to track down, (NSA, FBI, come on?)

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    1. If the government started killing everybody who is telling the truth on UFOs they would have to kill all the witnesses from the Disclosure Project and countless others.

      Greer has had death threats to him and his family, but if they took out Greer it would make his work that much more credible to the public,

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    2. I have to ask, from a logical standpoint, why would Greer be threatened?
      These claims have been going around for decades and nothing has really changed. So why would anyone bother? Based on his behavior, Greer doesn't seem to take it too seriously.
      I'm under the impression that the covert arm of the government prefers more direct methods to mere threats.

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    3. JUSTICE FOR SUNNY SHEU said:
      "If the government started killing everybody who is telling the truth on UFOs they would have to kill all the witnesses from the Disclosure Project and countless others."

      All of the witnesses from the Disclosure Project? You mean not one of them is mistaken, exaggerating, wonky, or a hoax? That would be an impressive track record... if it was believable.

      But, you see, here's the problem: every time I've asked how someone is so sure of their "truth," I don't get a useful answer. Never, not once, has anyone even remotely demonstrated that they have corroborated the accounts, or supported them with evidence, or done the least investigation into any of the cases, much less all of them. In fact, the only thing I've found to support "government involvement" at all has been the use of it as an excuse why there is no solid evidence - the government swooped in and took it all! Eyewitnesses have been threatened with silence - that's why so few back up the claims!

      And of course, when the logical holes of this tactic are shown, then all of a sudden the story changes to how bad it would be for the government to do exactly what the UFO chasers have been claiming for decades. Again, no support for this new claim - it's just another attempt to explain away inconsistencies.

      But the story remains the same: we don't have any evidence, yet we know it's "true." How?

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    4. Who are the principals behind the 'Disclosure Project' apart from Greer? Are their names known? More important, have any of them actually seen a genuine unexplained UFO or have any been abducted?

      What is their relationship with the Paradigm Group (or whatever it is called) of Stephen Bassett? Have any of this latter group ever been abducted or threatened by government agents?

      I am reluctant to go to their websites.

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  12. Greer said at the UFO Congress last year that the only reason that he is still alive is that he is now too well-known for Them to bump off. He sometimes makes a show of traveling with bodyguards for theatrical effect. I saw this Rambo guy with Greer last year, I didn't realize who he was supposed to be & I'm kicking myself for not getting a photo of them.

    Greer also said that They offered him Two Billion (not Million) Dollars to cease & desist his UFO-related activities, but of course he truned Them down. (Me, I could be bought for a lot less than that!)
    http://badufos.blogspot.com/2012/03/skeptic-at-2012-international-ufo.html

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    1. The US govt (and the UK govt) tend to ignore these 'far out belief' guys, realising that they are, in reality, pretty harmless. However, if they were to organise large, potentially violent, demonstrations this would be a different matter.

      If Greer is deadly serious about his stuff, and has enough supporters, he could (I assume) stand for Congress or even for President. But this would expose him for what he really is - a total nutcase.

      I doubt that authorities such as the FBI are much interested in him, though they likely do have a file on him just in case. They kept files on Adamski, van Tassel and a few other oddities of the past.

      Consider: the MJ-12 stuff could be assumed to be a serious breach of security if genuine. The fact that it was such obvious fakery was sufficient for the FBI to decline to investigate it or chase up any suspects.

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  13. Barry Karr has just posted this on the CSI website, and on Facebook. According to Luis Alfonso Gámez,

    "The little horned humanoid Steven Greer presents documentary on Sirius as an alien is, in fact, a human fetus. It is the conclusion reached in February 2007 the Spanish forensic anthropologist Francisco Etxeberria after examining the body at the request of the Institute for Research and Studies Exobiológicos (IISS), a UFO. "This is a mummified fetus of about 15 weeks gestation," ruled the scientist, who just days ago could not believe what Greer and colleagues argue that the DNA of the creature not of this world. "It is nonsense," he confirmed Etxeberria by email." (original in Spanish, translation by Google)
    http://www.csicop.org/specialarticles/show/el_feto_humano_de_sirius

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  14. Lee Speigel has more information in the Huff Post about the 'Atacamba humanoid':
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/16/tiny-chile-alien-backgrou_n_3071767.html?utm_hp_ref=weird-news#slide=2330826

    Antonio Huneeus wrote the story of its supposed discovery:
    http://www.openminds.tv/background-of-ufo-documentary-humanoid-alien-revealed-964/

    Also, as one commenter there noted, the creature is said to have a full set of teeth. If that is correct, it can't be a human fetus, as human infants have no teeth at all until well after birth.

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  15. It's funny that so many people from professional debunkers to the ignorant armchair researchers attack Greer at every turn rather than taking the time to investigate the UFO/ETI phenomenon for themselves. Iam one of those individuals who has investigated this subject extensively and have worked with Dr Greer and independently of him and I can assure the naysayers that Dr. Greer is 100% correct in his research and disclosure work. Instead of poo-pooing him , get off your duffs and go talk to him or give an argument of rebuttal that you can back up with proof otherwise you are adding nothing of intelligence to this subject matter with your comments of negativity.

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    1. UFO is one thing (and it's not ONE phenomenon, it's a heap), ETI is a totally different thing. Since Greer, Pope, Hastings, Wilcock et al. have been lying to us before and since they have a financial interest in these lies, then just how credible are they? Hell, how credible is Project Disclosure after a decade of empty promises and cheap PR stunts?

      Wake up.

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    2. I like the 'ignorant armchair researchers' bit. It comes from armchair quarterbacking, mainly hollering at the TV- "Throw the ball, Ben! Throw it! Nooo! Ok, now throw it!" The problem with the analogy is that it refers to a real thing, playing quarterback in the NFL, while investigating ETI is basically a hypothetical exercise. The reality is that it makes anyone involved an "armchair researcher".

      I am glad of the assurances regarding Greer's work. I also commend him on being 100% correct- that's a rare feat in any field. Despite this, I do require something more substantial. Unfortunately, I can't prove that aliens aren't traveling through other dimensions utilizing FTL travel. I'm that old stick-in-the-mud who asks you to prove its reality first.

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    3. Hmmm, the two most negative comments I see in this entire thread are (wait for it)... people complaining about negativity.

      By some strange coincidence, they're also comments that contribute no useful information.

      If anyone ever wonders why there are so few serious investigators in the field, consider who would feel motivated to even bother when the vast majority of discussions feature responses such as these.

      Of course, you also have to consider that nearly all of those urging serious investigations won't spend a dime on something that doesn't confirm their desires...

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  16. Hal yang tidak pernah terbayankan kini menjadi kenyataan dengan keluargaku,,,untuk MBAH SARTO kami ucapkan banyak terimakasih karna berkat bantuannya ALHAMDULILLAH keluarga kami bisa lepas dari hutang dan masalah,karna nomor “GHOIB”untuk pasangf togel,hasil ritual MBAH SARTO meman benar2 merubah nasib kami hanya sekejap,dan disitulah aku berkesempatan kumpulkan uang untuk buka usaha kembali,karna baik rumah sudah disita,,warung makan jg sudah bangkrut,,tapi itu semua aku masih tetap bertahan hidup dengan anak istriku,,walau cuma kontrak tapi aku tetap bersabar dan akhirnya MBAH SARTO lah yang bisa merubah nasib kami..MBAH SARTO orang paling bersejarah kepada keluarga saya…!!! Kepada teman2 yang di lilit hutang dan ingin merubah nasib baik dari pada sekaran HBG: 082=378=607=111 MBAH SARTO,dengan penuh harapan INSYAH ALLAH pasti tercapai.

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