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Sirius Business: Sirius (A movie)

Pic: Reptoid t-shirt by artist Ryan Kasparian (C). See more great stuff at RyanKasparian.com

Pic: Reptoid t-shirt by artist Ryan Kasparian (C). See more great stuff at RyanKasparian.com

Unfortunately, other work has distracted me from my pursuit of the Reptilian truth. This item I could not let pass unmentioned or unnoticed. Director Amardeep Kaleeka worked with Dr. Steven Greer to create this documentary film about Siriusian collaboration with high levels of American Government. Of course, this collaboration between ETI and Washington has long been speculated about in all manner of media, but Dr. Greer and the Sirius Disclosure project claim to the final answer to this perplexing possibility. In case you are doubting this, they are suggesting they might wheel out an actual alien corpse for attendees of the film’s premiere on April 22 to inspect in person. Unfortunately, Dr. Greer and Sirius Disclosure make no explicit mention or Reptilians or the ETI hierarchy which lurks above and below our human cities. They believe that if the ETI can be contacted in the correct manner, with the proper psychic energy, these visitors would gladly give us the keys to the universe.… Read the rest

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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.


 

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