Sunday, July 12, 2015

The Case of the Humanoid Alien

Documentary film, Sirius II, currently running on Netflix, discusses two major subjects – government coverups regarding UFOs and the finding of a suspected humanoid alien in the Atacama Desert in Chile.

Dr. Garry Nolan, Director of the Stanford NHLBI (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute) Proteomics Center, is the geneticist and professor of microbiology and immunology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, who examined the 6” skeleton.

Dr. Steven Greer, an Emergency Room doctor and UFO researcher who founded CSETI (Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence), heads the worldwide organization, Sirius Technology and Research, a think tank for scientists, located in Virginia. Greer believes that he and his fellow UFO seekers can communicate with alien lifeforms through meditation and remote viewing. 

Through a CE-5  (Close Encounters of the 5th kind) Initiative Greer puts “trained teams of investigators into the field where 1) active waves of UFO activity are occurring, or 2) in an attempt to vector UFOs into a specific area for the purposes of initiating communication. Contact protocols include the use of light, sound, and thought. Thought – specifically consciousness – is the primary mode of initiating contact.” (See more at:

So what are the current findings? According to ScienceMag  the remains are human. However, the skeletal remains are mysterious in nature. While humans have 12 ribs, this being has 10. We don’t normally equate a 6” skeleton with the size of a 6-8 year-old boy, which is what scientists concurred would be the age of the skeleton who was dubbed, Ata. Maybe Ata suffered from a severe form of dwarfism or died from an advanced stage of Progeria (the disease that causes humans to age quickly). Though tests currently indicate that neither dwarfism or Progeria appear in the genes of this skeleton, scientists continue to conduct more research on Ata’s genes.

ScienceMag states that Nolan is perplexed by the number of ribs and epiphyseal plate (growth plate generally found in children) densities, and he is open to the possibility that the presumed 6-8 year old might have resulted from some type of unknown fetal abnormality. Whatever the cause for its size, the little human being discovered in the desert still holds more questions than it does answers.

Photo of 6” “alien” is from Huffington Post and the documentary, Sirius.

1 comment:

  1. This was an incredibly good docu and quite amazing.