Sirius Business: ‘Beyond Lemuria’

Investigating the truth behind Reptoid activity often leads to some surprising places. There are, of course, many layers of misinformation woven in with the speculation and normal human misunderstanding. Here’s a fine example of one mystery that segues into an equally perplexing mystery. A popular theory about Reptoid activity holds that they live in caverns underground, mostly in desert and mountainous regions. There are stories about encounters with otherworldly creatures deep within the bowels of our Earth.

Like any story that explains the unexplainable, there are many variations on who these beings are and where they come from. In 2007, Archimage of O.T.A. (Ordo Templi Astartes) Poke Runyon wrote and produced a film which presented a different interpretation of alien encounters. This interpretation, loosely based on the work of Dick Shaver, presents a more optimistic view of the interlopers from above and below.

Not quite an occult film, not quite Plan 9 from Outer Space, but something from the strange twilight between. This is Beyond Lemuria.


T.A. Wardrope

Weird, horror and speculative fiction author who live in Minneapolis, Mn. Amateur herpetologist, rabid film critic and lapsed fencer. My novel "Arcadian Gates", published by Blastgun Books, a hallucinatory science-fiction novel,is available on

13 Comments on "Sirius Business: ‘Beyond Lemuria’"

  1. Wow, that was one long 9 minutes. A little bigger budget and we could be looking at the next Roger Corman. And I found this by the same guy. An hour and ten minute full length.!

    Where are Joel and the bots when you really need them?

    • Sir Legendhead | Mar 25, 2013 at 11:25 am |

      Oh man, thanks for that. After watching the short clip above, I immediately added your link to be watched later on my TV. So much better than SyFy

  2. Matt Staggs | Mar 25, 2013 at 10:31 am |

    Paging Ted Heistman. Mr. Heistman to the Reptodome.

  3. Anarchy Pony | Mar 25, 2013 at 12:23 pm |

    Needs moar “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and Keith David.

  4. pretty awesome

  5. Thad McKraken | Mar 26, 2013 at 11:28 pm |

    Man, that has been on my Netflix queue forever and they still don’t have it. Might have to actually have to buy it here just to see it. Also odd that my mom’s family has a plot of land on Mount Shasta that I spent a lot of time at as a kid and I’ve never read that book.

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