Sirius: It Is Time For You To Know

Dr. Steven Greer, founder of the worldwide Disclosure Movement and the Center for the Study of Extraterrestrial Intelligence is working with Emmy award winning filmmaker Amardeep Kaleka to expose what they call “the greatest story never told”:

  • The Earth has been visited by people from other worlds who are not malicious, but in fact concerned for the future of humanity.
  • A cabal of military, industrial and financial interests have kept this contact and what we have learned from it secret for over 60 years.
  • Their secrecy is meant to suppress the knowledge that can liberate the world from the yoke of oil, gas, coal and nuclear power and replace the current world order with one of New Energy and true Freedom.

Here’s a teaser for the film. If you’re interested, they are still raising finishing funds.


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  • lazy_friend

    This site is always posting things related to what I am thinking about at the time. I’ve been watching all the seasons of ancient aliens on the history channel. ALIENS….

    • William Earl Hardy

      i picture rand paul’s face from one of the “you might also like” thumbnails saying this as i read it…

    • Matt Staggs

      That’s because you’re among fellow weirdos here. Gabba gabba, we accept you.

      • lazy_friend


  • BuzzCoastin

    like God
    Aliens seem to confine their revelations to an elite audience
    who serve as mediators between the alien and the herd
    of obscure revelations delivered piecemeal
    passed on to the herd for fun & profit

    • Camron Wiltshire

      Very accurate prognosis Buzz. I agree entirely.

      • Matt Staggs

        I’ve had my plywood “Greetings Space Brothers” sign up outside for the last month, and haven’t gotten my intergalactic fruit basket yet.

        • Ittabena

          Well, I have had a bad cold and I am pretty sure Aliens have been coming into my room each night and beating me with 2X4s, and then making me not remember.

  • Ted Heistman

    I don’t trust that Greer guy. Real Aggro body language.

    • Camron Wiltshire

      I’ve seen Greer present, he essentially managed to speak for 3 straight hours providing nothing but personal anecdotal tall tales (hearsay) of personally advising Obama on the nature of Aliens (no photos or proof offered, his being able to generate free energy if financially liberated to do so (same script as Nassim Haramein) and the only physical evidence he provided after 2.5 hours of this was very weak light apparitions (which could have been anything truly) and then finished his set with the picture attached, insisting it was an alien creature who beamed down to get a closer view of him and those who paid him to “vector” in said aliens. So there you go, a quick breakdown on my personal experience with Stephen Greer.

      • Kevin Leonard


        but wow.
        i usually consider myself pretty good at finding patterns, but even looking at the cutout, i’m having trouble making this look cohesive in my mind

        • Camron Wiltshire

          Yeah it doesn’t make any sense at all. Unless the aliens just like to make weird poses. Siriusly this guy spoke for 3 fucking hours and this was the big reveal. It took all of my might not to laugh out loud and say BULLLSHIT at the top of my lungs. In hindsight I wish I had.

          • Ted Heistman

            Did you see that fight he had with the Camelot people? I mean they are pretty “out there” too, maybe worse than Greer, but still, he got really pissy when they asked why anyone should believe that all aliens are benevolent.

          • Camron Wiltshire

            Hahahaha!! No please provide a link.

          • Ted Heistman


            Its wicked funny. To her credit she says things like “We like to have conversations”

          • tristan eldritch

            Man, that spat he had with the Camelot marshmallow heads was comedy gold. Bad men fighting over various imaginary combs.

        • Ted Heistman

          That makes Patty look like HD.

      • Ted Heistman

        He could create energy for everyone for free, if he could just get a few million in venture capital?

        • Camron Wiltshire

          Exactly. Same exact spiel, and both selling that at the beginning of Thrive so there ya go. Some good info in there but I guess it may have been required to get the “wide eyed” new agers (as my friend likes to say) to swallow the medicine about the Fed, 9/11 etc. Strange Daze we are living in…

      • Ittabena

        Damn, it sounded pretty good till you look at this guy. First I’ve heard of him, kind of took the shine off the disclosure project for me too. Bummer.

  • Rex Vestri
  • dragline

    I, for one, welcome our cute little alien overlords.

  • Bakeca XincontriAdulti

    Great videos.Thanks

  • Joseph Zaidan

    Let’s use our logic! Earth is a school for retarded humans.Many of us humans are incarnated on earth to help educate the retarded.ones . And we all have a veil to keep us from remembering who we are.
    The ruling alien races have quarantined us and placed a time dimension round us, to protect the others.
    Science fiction? Perhaps! Grin.


    • beti1948

      Douglas Adams called it years ago. We are just a planet full of telephone sanitizers, hairdressers, tired TV producers, insurance salesmen….

    • Ittabena

      Joseph, up until you got to the words time dimension I was in complete agreement, and so are the

      Buddhist I might add, though they do put it a little nicer way than you did.

      As for the time dimension I think we can relegate that idea as unnecessarily costly and redundant. The memory veil is pretty thorough except in rare cases.

      But then again this is science fiction. Those who have eyes will see.

  • marylack

    my classmate’s step-sister makes $82/hr on the internet. She has been laid off for 5 months but last month her payment was $17733 just working on the internet for a few hours. Read more on this site

    • Ted Heistman

      my sister in law’s step cousin is a spambot

  • DavidLuce

    Buzz beat me to it as well. Simply amazing that a culture capable of interstellar travel can’t manage to get past the firewall of military, industrial and financial interests. Perhaps they should approach Rupert Murdoch about buying some ad time on Fox?

  • tristan eldritch

    I’m almost glad that somebody is keeping the 1950s Space Brothers carny routine alive in the 21st century. The only interesting thing Greer has to disclose at this point is whether or not he uses steroids.

    • Matt Staggs

      Have you ever read the book “In Advance of the Landing: Folk Concepts of Outer Space”? It’s full of stuff like that.

  • Lygeia

    Okay. Let me get this straight. We are being visited by extra-terrestrials who “are not malicious.”

    Yet, these extra-terrestrials are giving their advanced technologies to a tiny human elite who is malicious.

    If the extra-terrestrials are not malicious, why are they giving their advanced technologies to human beings who are malicious?

    Wouldn’t that make the extra-terrestrials malicious beings committing a sin of omission by allowing bad people to profit while the rest of us are bereft of these technologies?

  • beti1948

    Was that footage from 9/11 at 1:38? Seems way to soon to use it in some faux-documentary. Oh, wait. They are being serious? This isn’t some fictitious, what-if movie?

  • Ittabena

    Has anyone read The Secret Teachings Of The Lost Ark by Laurence Gardner? That was not a rhetorical question, I really want someone else’s take on it. It was fascinating and made a lot of sense. Now before anyone accuses me of going off on a religious bent, don’t freak. The book’s title is misleading at first, unless you are holding it in your hand at Barnes and Noble. It was about high spin heavy metals and how they would turn into crystals, how they were produced – some of which were very surprising – and the connection of all this with the Ark of the Covenant. Now to be fair Laurence Gardner is a high degree Freemason but on the other hand I have been considering joining my local lodge. I just haven’t come up with $200 that I didn’t need to do something else with at the time.

    Also, this trailer reminded me of an old mailing list that I used to belong to concerning The Philadelphia Experiment. Although none of us could ever say – or did ever say – that the book was true, there were things that could not be explained away, especially concerning the USS Eldridge. But what was interesting was that the mailing list continued to research EM way beyond the two legendary experiments. As, I am sure, we would all agree the Government would have done, even if the legendary stories were complete fiction.

    Put all these together and what do you have? Me wanting to see this movie and wishing I were rich so I could help.

  • Ittabena

    So… Who would you tell them to give it to, if you were to advise them? I’m trying to come up with an answer and not having much luck with it. I mean, maybe the Aliens only watch Fox or CNN..