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The Enigmatic “Ata”



One Dr. Steven Greer has been pushing for the disclosure by the US Government of the true existence and cover up of extraterrestrial life. While there is much to the tale that I will not recount here, among the most controversial evidence he has turned up is Ata. Named for the Atacama Desert in Chile, where it was found, the strange 6-inch humanoid figure looks like something out of a Sci-Fi movie. Discovered about 10 years ago, Ata has changed hands numerous times before landing in Greer’s team’s possession. Greer sent samples of the humanoid’s DNA to leading geneticists setting them to the task of identifying Ata and classifying it as human or alien.

Since Greer debuted his trailer for his film, Sirius, he referenced Ata as being conclusive proof that there are extraterrestrials and that we are not alone. This was hailed by pro-UFO enthusiasts as a landmark, and cause for celebration. However, in Greer’s film Sirius, it is stated by Garry Nolan, a Stanford geneticist, that “… it is not a monkey. It is human — closer to human than chimpanzees.” This does not conclusively disprove Ata’s alien origin – rather, it raises more questions.


While Ata’s story is still unfolding, it is what is not being said that causes some to wonder whether the results are conclusive. The geneticist who spoke in the film Sirius withheld opinions, citing a fear of backlash for stating his views. Ata still remains a mystery – one that will hopefully unfold in coming days. Hopefully, more research will provide more conclusive results, results that will be able to definitively tell us what little Ata is, and where he came from.



More on Greer’s film, ‘Sirius’ @ Huff Post –

“Is This Really Human?” @ DailyMail:

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