Hard to take these claims Siriusly.

This film is LOADED with what I will too kindly call “questionable claims”. “This really is the greatest story never told.” Oh, really? Story, yes. Truth, you’ve GOT to be kidding.

Sirius Film Feat. Dr. Steven Greer By Emmy Winning Amardeep Kaleka Opens April 22.

‘Sirius’, a provocative crowd-funded documentary film from Emmy winning director Amardeep Kaleka (‘Neverending Light Productions’), producer J.D Seraphine, and narrated by actor Thomas Jane (HBO series ‘Hung’), will have its contributor, VIP & celebrity premiere on April 22 in Hollywood, CA.

’Sirius’ is a film of the people, by the people, and for the people, as it is the result of the highest documentary crowd-funding raise in history.

‘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.

UFOs, aliens, free energy, conspiracy. Wow. Wait, there is more…

The father of Amardeep Kaleka was killed in the Sikh temple shooting near Milwaukee in 2012.

Enemies, Mostly Domestic – CSI.

Kaleka’s father was the Temple President and was killed. Last year, Greer was a keynote speaker at the TruthCon in Atlanta[…]. Greer was drumming up funds for his Orion Project, a scheme that would extract free energy from the expansion of the universe and deliver it to the people of the world, ending war and hunger for the bargain basement price of $5.7 million. The $5.7 million is earmarked for a secure facility where Greer can protect the scientists he’s recruited and their families from the Secret Government. It appears that the movie Sirius is intended to cover the Orion Project.

Within nanoseconds of Greer’s tweet, and even though I have seen neither Kaleka nor Greer claim that this was an attempt to silence them, UFO conspiracy theorists were raising the alarm.

100% of the net from the distribution of ‘Sirius’ will go into building a free energy lab. That is supposed to show it has integrity. It also shows they fail to understand elementary physics.

free energy machine – The Skeptic’s Dictionary – Skepdic.com.

A free energy machine would be a machine that puts out more energy than is needed to run it. There are no free energy machines, despite what Joe Newman and Dennis Lee say.

A free energy machine would violate the first and second laws of thermodynamics.

Free Energy Machines.

[…] anyone who thinks he’s cracked free energy is wrong. In most cases, the inventor is not a formally educated physicist who understands how and why electromechanical systems work. Most inventors of free energy machines are amateurs, and are honestly (albeit profoundly) mistaken. More often than not, they present complex diagrams, notes, and calculations that they made up themselves. Some admit they don’t understand everything about their machine; but all too often, they claim to have overturned laws of nature using some unique knowledge.

Greer apparently has some other pretty odd ideas. It appears that these deformed skulls, known to be cranial manipulation NOT aliens, play a part in his alien worldview.

Robert Sheaffer writes about this Sirius project at BadUFOs.

Bad UFOs: Skepticism, UFOs, and The Universe – by Robert Sheaffer: Greer Documentary “Sirius” Promises Free Energy and a Dead Alien.

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?

The six-inch "alien" from the Sirius project.

The six-inch “alien” from the Sirius project.

According to this press release:

Sirius Disclosure is a research project working to fully disclose the facts about UFOs, extraterrestrial intelligence, and classified advanced energy & propulsion systems. We have over 100 government, military, and intelligence community witnesses testifying to their direct, personal, first-hand experience with UFOs, ETs, ET technology, and the cover-up that keeps this information secret. Learn more at http://www.SiriusDisclosure.com

A buffet of bunkum will be served.

Addition: UFO Film Promises Proof of Pint-Size Aliens : Discovery News.

  14 comments for “Hard to take these claims Siriusly.

  1. Chris Howard
    April 8, 2013 at 12:13 PM

    Conspirituality: The new religious movement uniting the crazies on the left, with the crazies on the right. 😉

  2. April 8, 2013 at 12:16 PM

    I can’t believe they couldn’t find room for Bigfoot. Perhaps they thought it might damage their credibility.

  3. April 8, 2013 at 12:25 PM

    The Kepler Space vehicle has been searching for ‘Earth-like’ exoplanets (in our galaxy, but outside the Solar system) for the last few years. The nearest one, on which life may have evolved, to have been found so far is quite near. That is 200 million million miles away (about 33 light years). The UFOs must be travelling at quite a speed!

    I’m certain that there are billions of planets with life out there, perhaps many millions with advanced forms. The chance of ever meeting them is NIL.

  4. JH
    April 8, 2013 at 1:02 PM

    I wish they would have included recurrent isolated sleep paralysis in their list of unusual phenomenon. Interesting, culturally influenced disorder that is most likely basis of UFO experience in US. In Europe was experienced as incubus/succubus phenomenon and in Japan as an ugly old lady who sits on your chest and won’t let you move.

  5. Douglas Boyle
    April 8, 2013 at 1:56 PM

    Am I the only one who sees the similarity between that “6 inch alien” and Beavis of Beavis & Butt-head?

  6. spookyparadigm
    April 8, 2013 at 2:04 PM

    If you need to follow this up, the two major search terms are disclosure and exopolitics.

  7. April 8, 2013 at 2:05 PM

    Another explanation for the tiny body, more likely than an alien, is that it is the remains of Beavis’s friend Butthead. Whatever explanation is required to a) create a living cartoon character and b) shrink it down to 6 inches (unless size is a limitation to a)), it is still probably more likely than an alien evolving to so perfectly resemble terrestrial hominids.

  8. April 8, 2013 at 2:08 PM

    Douglas Boyle: Nope. I know I didn’t. 😛

  9. Phil
    April 8, 2013 at 2:29 PM

    Why wait? Just build your free energy machine now and sell the electricity to fund your project. What’s that I hear? Crickets?

  10. April 8, 2013 at 5:03 PM

    If advanced alien civilizations exist, why would they give high technology to a planet full of psychotic apes like us? There’s no such thing as free energy, but, there’s some good bargains out there. I doubt Hubble Expansion is one of them.

  11. April 8, 2013 at 7:13 PM

    He talked about the “Child Alien” years ago…

    “The beings are only 60 centimeters in height. They’re 60 centimeters…is the height of the adults. And the child that we have (and you should see the video and photographs of this when this comes out – I’m not at liberty to release them yet) is only six inches. This beautiful being has four skull bones…um, is…unusual in all its characteristics…”

    Then he claimed that he had only seen photographs of the “Child”

    My favorite quote about his is from Seth Shostak…

    “Well, I’ve known of him (and occasionally debated him on the radio) for years, and he’s always been bonkers. Two weeks after he claimed we had a ‘secret detection’, he was telling radio audiences that when Neil Armstrong stepped out on the moon in 1969, he was surrounded by alien spacecraft! ”
    –SETI’s Seth Shostak

  12. J. C. Dopico
    April 10, 2013 at 3:26 PM

    Regarding the six-inch alien… It was subject to an autopsy in 2007 by spanish forensic anthropologist Francisco Etxeberría, following a request of Mr. Jaume Ametller Villamata and Mr. Ramón Navia-Osorio Villar, from the Instituto de Investigación y Estudios Exobiológicos (Institute of Exobiological Studies and Investigation), name of a spanish ufological group. Autopsy said it was just a mummified human fetus of 15 weeks aprox. However, Mr. Navia-Osorio did not agree with the report, and followed a… different logic, and I quote: “No tenemos pruebas concluyentes que determinen la naturaleza del espécimen. En este proceso, las personas más indicadas para saber si es o no feto son las madres que han tenido hijos, pues a todas a las que hemos preguntado han dicho que es imposible que eso sea un feto.” (We do not have conclusive evidence that can determine the nature of the specimen. In this process, the more suitable people to know wether if it is a fetus or not, are the mothers who had given birth to child. Every single mother interviewed said that it is impossible that this -the “alien”- could be a fetus”.

    Sources (sorry, in spanish):


    The forensic report (copy, also in spanish):


    P.S: Sorry for all the mistakes I could have made in text/translation.

  13. Kiljoy616
    April 10, 2013 at 3:29 PM

    So cute can I get one of those aliens, my dogs would love it.

  14. baratoon
    April 24, 2013 at 7:29 PM

    Here’s proof that he’s actually been within our society all along, making fun of our music videos and entertaining our children 🙂

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