Cataloging Extraterrestrials

Not since Men In Black has such a comprehensive collection of extraterrestrials been seen on Earth! Pat Lee (of Transformers, DC and Marvel fame) and a select group of 12 artists and writers have cataloged 90 extraterrestrial life-forms in a forthcoming book, The Extraterrestrial Compendium. Pat offered disinformation an exclusive preview of two of the entries in the book, the Acturians and the Ciakar Draconian Reptilians:

Arcturians

Arcturian

Arcturians

AKA: The Arcturian Confederation
Origins: The star Arcturus in the Constellation of Bootes, approximately
36 light-years from Earth.
Attitude Toward Humans: Benevolent

General Description: There are widely-differing views on what this race looks like. Some believe Arcturians are about the size of children, standing 3 to 4 feet tall with pale green or blue skin, large dark almond-shaped eyes, and only three fingers on each hand. They may have large craniums and highly-developed telepathic and telekinetic capabilities. Perhaps they also require minimal sleep, and their life-span may range up
to a few hundred years.

Arcturians are believed to be among the most advanced, benevolent and enlightened civilizations in the galaxy. They value spirituality and family, and are said to be able to transcend physical form. They are governed by a council of extremely wise elders, and thought to have a very hierarchical society. Many humans claim to have communicated telepathically with Arcturians and been told that Arcturians have been one of the extraterrestrial races helping to guide the advance of human civilization.

Arcturian spaceships are believed to range from tens of feet to many miles in length. Some also believe the energy required to propel these massive ships comes from a type of crystal, and that Arcturians have developed teleportation technology.

Ciakar Draconian Reptilians

Ciakar Draconian Reptilians

AKA: The Orion Empire
Origins: The constellation Draco, 11.5 to several hundred light years from Earth.
Attitude Toward Humans: Malevolent

General Description: Ciakars are reputedly one of the most powerful, respected and ancient Reptilian races, and are supposedly descended from royalty. Other, lesser Reptilians are believed in turn to be descended from Ciakars. Ciakars are much larger and more powerful than their cousins. They supposedly have wings on their backs, a skeletal structure comprising multiple spinal columns, yellowish reptilian eyes, dark green or brown, thick, impenetrable and scaly skin. They may allegedly also have two hearts. Through human eyes, these creatures are truly monsters, ranging up to thirty feet in height and several thousand pounds in weight. They may live for thousands of years too. Could Ciakars have been the mythical dragons in ancient human lore?

Ciakars are ruled through a monarchy, and are thought to have first come to Earth hundreds of thousands of years ago. They supposedly have a powerful military and control many other races throughout the galaxy, such as the Zeta Grey Reticulans, who do much of their dirty work for the Ciakars, such as human abductions. Throughout galactic history, Ciakars and the human race have been mortal enemies. As with most Reptilians, Ciakars continue to this day to seek the elimination and/or enslavement of the human race, and may even be operating from bases deep within Earth’s underground.

For more on the book, here’s a promotional film from the publisher:

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  • GoodDoktorBad

    Here’s a question for all you Disinfoids. What’s your favorite alien from film or print, fiction or “based on true accounts”??

    I think the “Predator” aliens are among my favorites…..

    The “Asgard Greys” from StargateSG1 are pretty cool too- “Thor” particularly….

    • Haystack

      The Doctor.

      • Hadrian999

        Elvis from “perfect dark”

      • GoodDoktorBad

        Which doctor?

        • Haystack

          #10, David Tennant.

    • dumbsaint

      Chiana from Farscape.

      When I’m not voting with my ‘mivonks’ it’s probably the thing from ..The Thing

      • GoodDoktorBad

        Yeah Chiana makes my mivonks ache…..

    • Bhornbuckle75

      As far as “real” aliens go…or at least Aliens that have been reported in alledgedly real events, My favorite would have to be the Flatwoods Monster…here is a link to a picture of it. http://frogstorm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/The-Flatwoods-Monster.jpg.
      I’ve just always loved the way that particular “Alien” was depicted….I remember first reading about it, and seeing the pictures as a child, and it certainly set my imagination aflame back then!

      • GoodDoktorBad

        I never saw that one before…..it looks like some kind some kind of wierd alien clergy type thing. ie. the robe-like clothing and hood….

    • IRONADDICT06

      I guess you call this an ET? My favorite is from the MOTHMAN PROPHECIES

      • GoodDoktorBad

        I don’t know about the extraterrestial part, but that certainly qualifies as “alien”.

        The Mothman was pretty disturbing…

  • Anonymous

    Here’s a question for all you Disinfoids. What’s your favorite alien from film or print, fiction or “based on true accounts”??

    I think the “Predator” aliens are among my favorites…..

  • Haystack

    I how many letters they’ll get purporting to correct factual errors. *grins*

  • Haystack

    I how many letters they’ll get purporting to correct factual errors. *grins*

  • Haystack

    The Doctor.

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  • Hadrian999

    Elvis from “perfect dark”

  • Anonymous

    Which doctor?

  • Anonymous

    Chiana from Farscape.

    When I’m not voting with my ‘mivonks’ it’s probably the thing from ..The Thing

  • Anonymous

    Yeah Chiana makes my mivonks ache…..

  • Bhornbuckle75

    As far as “real” aliens go…or at least Aliens that have been reported in alledgedly real events, My favorite would have to be the Flatwoods Monster…here is a link to a picture of it. http://frogstorm.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/The-Flatwoods-Monster.jpg.
    I’ve just always loved the way that particular “Alien” was depicted….I remember first reading about it, and seeing the pictures as a child, and it certainly set my imagination aflame back then!

  • IRONADDICT06

    I guess you call this an ET? My favorite is from the MOTHMAN PROPHECIES

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know about the extraterrestial part, but that certainly qualifies as “alien”.

    The Mothman was pretty disturbing…

  • Anonymous

    I never saw that one before…..it looks like some kind some kind of wierd alien clergy type thing. ie. the robe-like clothing and hood….

  • Haystack

    #10, David Tennant.

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  • Poop

    That is what the supposive ciakars look like??awesome

  • Poop

    That is what the supposive ciakars look like??awesome

  • Poop

    That is what the supposive ciakars look like??awesome

  • Poop

    That is what the supposive ciakars look like??awesome

    • THeKId

      Poop??seriously lol..anyways they do look cool does anyone else know anyother races in this book besides the human ones and grays??

  • THeKId

    Poop??seriously lol..anyways they do look cool does anyone else know anyother races in this book besides the human ones and grays??

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