New film, Sirius, will provide paradigm shifting evidence of a DNA sequenced alien creature

// April 4th, 2013 // News

Alien humanoid body found in Chile

X-Ray of the alien humanoid body found in ChileA new documentary on UFOs, extraterrestrials, and advanced clean energy, titled Sirius, and featuring the work of Dr. Steven Greer, is set to be released in the coming weeks.  The film was directed by Emmy Award winning Amardeep Kaleka and will be narrated by actor Thomas Jane, of HBO’s Hung series.  The film features the discovery of an alleged humanoid body whose DNA has been sequenced and found to be of an “unknown classification.”

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. According to its producers, “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.”

The film includes numerous Government and Military witnesses to UFO and ET secrecy and claims it will provide “paradigm shifting physical evidence of a medically and scientifically analyzed DNA sequenced humanoid creature of unknown classification found in the Atacama desert, Chile.”  Additionally eye-opening, are the credentials and pedigree of the science and medical team behind this potentially profound and historical announcement.

Sirius is set to premiere in Hollywood on April 22, and will then be followed by a limited theatrical release. It will also be launched video on demand on the Yekra video platform and Yekra’s Affiliate Connect customized social media networks.

Sources: Sirius




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