SIRIUS: Is The 6 Inch Physical Specimen Human or Alien?



In the new documentary ‘Sirius’ a team of researchers studies a physical specimen that was obtained from Chile. Is the 6 inch physical body of human or alien decent?

Article written by Arjen.

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I am sure many of you have heard about the documentary called SIRIUS. In this movie, one of the key features is the Chile specimen found in the Atacama desert. Sirius Disclosure has written a document (Read it here) concerning its findings. For all those who are interested, I will now attempt an evaluation and explanation of their findings, while not shying away from the scientific terms. I shall link to any evidence that I think is important, assuming that any reader will have read the document of Sirius Disclosure (link to above).

Sirius Disclosure was invited to Barcelona, Spain to examine the (male) specimen. They traveled to Barcelona in late September 2012 to obtain detailed X Rays, CAT scans and take genetic samples for testing at Stanford University. These samples were subsequently studied by Dr. Garry NolanCarlota A. HarrisDr. Ralph Lachman) and Dr. Manchon (Dr. Manchon). The findings are interesting to say the least. I have looked up the names given in the Sirius Disclosure document, in order to verify that scientists are actually involved in this. I have linked to references to these doctors on the Stanford website under the assumption that the people referred to are these doctors and that their findings are what they say they are.

This specimen is an actual biological entity and this is proven by the following CAT scan (CAT scan). First of all, it must be said that the specimen’s DNA resembles the modern human’s DNA (Homo Sapiens - Wikipedia) for 91%. This means a deviation of ‘only’ 9% exists. Furthermore, Dr. Nolan shows, (Summary) by reconstruction of the mitochondrial DNA sequence and analysis an allele, (Wikipedia)that the frequency is consistent with a B2 haplotype group (Wikipedia). This haplotype (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haplotype) is found on the west coast of South America, supporting the claimed origin of the specimen from the Atacama Desert region of Chile. He can say with 100% certainty that the mother of the specimen was a human. The other part of the DNA however, he cannot account for. The above two facts has given some the thought that this specimen was a deformed, or dwarfed human embryo. However, this is contradicted by Dr Lachman´s report where we observe some severe differences between normal human bodies and this specimen:

- The abnormally short size for a 6-8 year old human
- Mid-face hypoplacia and underdevelopment on the jaw
- Only 10 rib sets, as opposed to 12, or exceptions of 11

This immediately rules out the embryo idea, since the specimen appears to be 6-8 years of age. It also rules out any known forms of deformation and dwarfism and states that deformation and dwarfism are characterized by a genetic marker, which is not present in the specimen. This leaves us to look at the 9% deviation from modern human DNA. While it is possible that the reason for the lack of a match can include artifacts generated during library preparation, low quality reads from the instrument, or insufficient data to allow computational alignment against the human reference standard.

Further, since this sample is likely to be at the least a few decades old and possibly older, DNA degradation resulting in apparently ‘false’ mutations can occur. However, Dr. Nolan states that: ” The DNA was of high quality, showing little to no serious degradation.” If we compare the 9% deviation to the deviation between the modern human DNA and that of the Neanderthal (Wikipedia) (0,5% deviation; deviated 350.000-400.000 years ago) and the deviation with the Chimpanzee (Wikipedia) (3-4% deviation, deviated about 4-6 million years ago), we must ask when this Chile specimen deviated from the DNA of modern humans? Interesting research (research) into the evolution of DNA shows that life might have began before Earth ever existed could explain this extreme timespan.

The conclusions of these findings are difficult to interpret since only one specimen was recovered. Sirius Disclosure suggests the Chile specimen is an Extra Terrestrial being. In the mean time, the scientists remain skeptical as there could be other explanations. This is good news to me. If the scientists would lose their natural sepsis, I would not think they are very reliable. The question arises: when would a reliable scientist ever admit a being originated on another planet? Perhaps when some form of visual conformation exists of a population of beings, travelling back and forth? Perhaps one living being stating as much? I do not know, but I do know that to me, this research, goes a long way towards proving this Chile specimen is something very special. If it is not extra terrestrial, at least there are new phenomena to catalogue. It seems to have many abnormalities never before recorded in human history.

Then only one question remains to be answered; is this research indeed for real? Of course I have no means of checking this. All I can say is that all of the current information checks out including names check out of researchers,  pictures, CAT-scans and X-Ray, which are all of high quality. In my opinion, if this is a hoax or a fraud, a very large amount of work has gone into it. Normally, groundbreaking research like this is followed by books, scientific articles, peer reviewed texts and then finally, mentions in mainstream news. If this is for real and everything is on the up and up, the scientists involved are busy with writing reports and getting peers to review their work and the samples. In a few years, many more publications should follow and many more scientists should connect their names to this and come up with all sorts of interesting information. Careers will be built on this and names will be remembered for this.

As I was about to submit this article, I found one email in my mailbox. Dr. Nolan has responded speedily to an inquisitive email of mine saying that he is busy writing a report and that more studies will follow. It seems that everything checks out. I think this is the real deal. Even if it is unclear what this real deal is.

Article written by Arjen.

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44 comments on “SIRIUS: Is The 6 Inch Physical Specimen Human or Alien?

  1. Fryguy

    I have a hard time believing anything when they reference Wiki for their info. ALOT!

  2. Myles

    I wonder if they will attempt to clone it. I am pretty sure they can do that.

  3. Some guy

    Remember, it only takes one `LGM’ … or bona fide UFO … to disprove the lunacy of the holdouts. Estimates for our galaxy alone are 17+ billion Earthlike planets with intelligent life, given an average of one planet per star (which is ridiculous, since most stars will soon be shown to have MANY planets orbiting). The # of discovered exoplanets grows daily (consult Wiki). The # of Earthlike planets will skyrocket once Kepler and other detection methods go online, or improve. And once we realize that Earth is the rule of thumb, not the exception, a lot of you bored, bang-your-head-on-the-wall debunkers are … well … are gonna hafta find something better to do with yourselves. DOH!!!

  4. Lahni

    What is astounding me is the fact that wherever this deviation comes from, the mother has successfully mated and created a viable offspring with something other than human…

  5. The article quotes someone as saying there’s “only a 9% deviation” only??? 9% when you’re talking DNA is huge. And it clearly shows in the specimen. It seems to be a hybrid, but the question of course remains; human and what? I totally admit it’s not my area of expertise, but I’m unaware of two homo sapiens creating a child with a full 9% genetic deviation from the parents. Can we prove that such a thing has happened before when the identity of the parents is known? Can we prove that it has never happened before? I’m so interested in this one.

  6. maria

    i really don’t care about the spelling, if i can correct the word in my head and receive what the author is delivering then my time was not wasted. All this right forms of speaking and writing but no trace of right form of being, these are the things that consume the energy that should not go to waste. Peace and love

  7. Christine Anderson

    Damn that jolly old 9%!!

  8. C.L.

    The “grammar police” aren’t steering people away from the content of the article – they are simply pointing out (and unfortunately it seems to be a theme on this site/blog) that misspellings drastically take away from the author’s point because all those misspellings draw the reader to conclude that the person penning the blog post / article lacks intelligence and therefore is not a reputable source of information.

    • fabio

      sometimes is the substance that counts, not the form in which is presented. For example, would you say Einstein’s non matching shoes are a sign that points to a lack of intelligence on his part?

  9. Arjen

    It was not meant to be shocking. It was emant to inform properly. I am happy some people appreciate it. We will see what science makes of it in due time. Then there might be less of a need for cover-ups of strange phaenomena.

    • fabio

      Still, if proven correct, the information is still shocking because it would be undeniable proof of extra terrestrial life.

    • fabio

      …and by shocking I don’t mean surprising. Shocking because of the magnitude of the discovery.

  10. charlene jessamine

    Well, considering a retired Canadian defense minister has just outed the US for having seen and captured and work with alien species all the time, this article is much less shocking than you would like it to be.

    • In the name of science

      This article is appropriately more shocking purely because of the material evidence. Sure being a defense minister is reputable, but not as reputable as material evidence. Peace :)

  11. Is there not a line of inquiry that starts with the most simplest possibility being the first area to be investigated and then ends up realising that yes the simplest is in fact the right explanation…. or was that an episode of House MD that Im getting confused with?

  12. Excellent article, nicely phrased, straight-talk voice yet presented in an actual cognitive journalism style that we can only wish for in our future “news programing”.

  13. enquirer

    I think the non-human dna can easily have a terrestrial explanation; viral infection of the single fertilized egg. This would have inserted some viral dna into that cell which would then be present in every cell in the body as that cell replicated itself.

  14. Arjen

    There is a link to this in the article above. Thanks Marc.

  15. Arjen

    The is a link to that document in the article above.

  16. marc
    • David

      Thank you for that, more people need to read that report.

  17. Arjen

    Hi John, I think the genetic difference is bigger than that between humans and apes….a lot of millions of years bigger..

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  19. john sinagra

    father must be an ape of some sort.

    • ???

      says that chimps deviate at 3-4% (Chimps are apes) so how can this things deviate by 9% ?

  20. kelly

    Yes, William Bill, “it’s” your problem. Please use an apostrophe if you’re going to be a grammar nazi.

    • A thousand pardons, Kelly. Again, I have been knocked off my high horse into a big pile of horse hockey. I hope that was the last admonishment. I guess you all now know how distracting grammatical errors can take the reader’s attention away from the topic

  21. Arjen

    Hi Walterinseattle, Imust say that we are all left hanging about that 9%. It is a huge difference that is left unexplained. Especially if we consider that the mother was 100% human. Then it stands to reason that the father deviates from humans anywhere between 9% to 18%. That is more interesting. Anyway, the scientists are not speculating. They are only documenting. It is for others to judge this. I think speculating about this specimen might discredit the scientist.

    Anyway, the research is being done, so we should hear more and more about it.

  22. Lady40ish

    Anyone noticed how the grammar police has managed to steer everyone away from talking about the article? Just saying….

  23. J G Phillips

    ebbill, there is no ‘i’ in acceptable

  24. waltinseattle

    there is a defective hyperlink. ” recent study that dna is …twice as old as earth” it would be fascinatin readin if the url was available! hinthint pretty please.

    as for what was presented, what a tease. more dna work…real sequencing map to follow. and i’m left hanging wondering how that 10% might be blocked with the expected normative dna. is it a big section or several smaller sections or almost randomly dispersed? is the difference all coding dna or is there noncoding aka “junk” difference?

    please supply that link? thanks. this is one of your better science posts on this websight.

  25. ebbill

    I find your article very intriguing and even thought provoking but all the incorrect spellings and grammatical errors are such a distraction from the main point you are trying to convey to the reader that I cannot give the author much credibility. I mean if the writer was in that much of a hurry that spell check or proof reading was overlooked, then it makes me wonder was the writer in a hurry when researching the subject? Did the writer miss some piece of information or evidence that would convince the reader that perhaps this article may actually be worth considering?

    Now I realize that I am of the old school generation educated by nuns for six years and then public school the remaining six. So I may not give much consideration to this younger generation who were not exposed to such strict and discplined method of learning. It may be totally acceptible for writers, especially with the Internet, blogs, e-mail, electronic newsletters and so on that these distractions are completely acceptible in this new age of journalism. And if that is the case, then I apologize profusely for offering my opinion on such a frivolous observation. I know, its my problem and I just need to deal with it and get over it. As I continue to age I am even more aware of the errors I make in the course of authoring an article, a letter, and other correspondence that will be read by others. I find myself making the same errors over and over again but at least I catch them before I hit that send or post button.

    I’m just saying….peace out

    William Bill

    • Hey William,

      Totally our bad, was an accidental post on an unedited article. Should be good now.

      Peace

    • Cameron.

      It’s DISCIPLINED Bill Bill. Just saying. Great article!

    • It’s also acceptable, not acceptible Bill. Very unbecoming of a spelling Nazi.

      I’m just saying … peace to you too.

      • YIKES Again! Double good catch!

    • May 16 “… If the scientists would lose their natural sepsis, I would…” “Sepsis is a serious infection usually caused when bacteria make toxins that cause the immune system to attack the body’s own organs and tissue…”

      What did you really mean?

    • Dale

      You may want to check your own spelling before criticizing others. You went to so much trouble explaining how well you proof read your own text. You, friend, are a tool of the highest order. Trying so hard to sound intelligent that you merely highlighted how stunted you really are. SPELLCHECK IN AISLE 5!
      Also, try a few more commas perhaps? Take a breath old man!

    • Rick

      Couldn’t agree more. Lack of grammatical understanding reveals a lack of coherent thinking. Mismatched verbs, switching tenses and the more and more present “there, their, they’re” misuses, the mixing of possessive, plural and the abbreviated s are all becoming commonplace.

      • I think it has become quite clear in my journey of studying many people and the word they do that spelling and grammer is the absolute last thing that determines their ability to think and present solid information. I think spelling and grammer can be great in keeping a clear message, but certainly never takes away from the fact the information is truthful unless of course you let it.

    • austerlitz

      Mr. William, you have misspelled the word “acceptable,” and have written “acceptible.” Im not very religious to say the least, as i am atheist. But, i believe the phrase goes a bit like this, ” first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.”

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