The picture above is claimed, by the upcoming documentary Sirius, to be the minuscule (6 inches) corpse of an actual alien found a few years back in Chile’s Atacama Desert.
Steven Greer, one of the makers of the film, created the Disclosure Project in 1993 and claims, “What people need to understand is the secrecy around UFOs and extraterrestrial intelligence really has nothing to do with ETs. It has to do with humans and the power that is resting in large corporations and financial interests that do not want you to know the truth.”
While I acknowledge the mathematical fact that other lifeforms exist in our universe, I personally remain unconvinced that we’ve been visited by them. Still, the from the trailer it seems the doc has a POV on our corporate/military/industrial complex that I feel is accurate at the very least in an attitudinal sense. For what it’s worth, the doc will also examines “readily available” alternative energy sources that aliens might have been able to harness in order to make these interstellar trips that would be impossible with our current technology.
Sirius includes graphic footage of the supposedly humanoid entity of “unknown classification” by DNA sequencing. It premieres in Hollywood this Friday (sold out already) and will rollout on VOD after that.
Head inside for the trailer and some footage of this alleged alien corpse (hey, it could be real for all I know).
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