I learned an interesting thing about Amardeep Kaleka, a new challenger for Paul Ryan’s congressional seat.
He is director and editor on a documentary about extraterrestrial life based on the book Hidden Truth Forbidden Knowledge by Dr. Steven Greer.
Whole film uploaded to YouTube:
I’ve just started watching it. It has nice production value and I’m enjoying it but I’m more than a little doubtful about two messages in the film:
that the government is hiding U.F.O.s from the public to hide free energy technology from us and that a small skeleton found in Chile is from an extra terrestrial.
From the documentary’s boilerplate press release: “The Earth has been visited by advanced Inter-Stellar Civilizations that can travel through other dimensions faster than the speed of light. What we have learned from them about energy propulsion can bring us to a new era, but those in power have suppressed this information in order to keep us at their mercy. It is time for you to know…and this documentary will let you in.”
As for that small skeleton, it is the Atacama skeleton which UFOlogists theorize came from an alien. According to the magazine Science,
“The story began 10 years ago, when the diminutive remains were reportedly found in a pouch in a ghost town in the Atacama Desert of Chile. Ata [that is the skeleton’s nickname] ended up in a private collection in Barcelona; producers of the film Sirius latched onto the bizarre mummy as evidence of alien life.”
It was proven to be a human child skeleton by May of this year through DNA testing overseen by pediatric radiologist Ralph Lachman, co-director of the International Skeletal Dysplasia Registry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. The scientific inquiry began in Fall of last year.
Lachman theorizes that either Ata had a severe form of dwarfism or Ata suffered from a very rare aging disease and either died in the womb or soon after birth.
See Bizarre 6-Inch Skeleton Shown to Be Human in Science
That Science story on Ata was published in May but the film was completed in April. The film does show an unnamed man who we might assume is a researcher who comments on MRI images of Ata. His comments in the film leaves things open-ended.
He says, “I would like to prove that this is human. I would like to prove that it is an interesting mutation. But obviously if you leave your mind open – or I should say if you leave your mind closed to alternatives you’ll never see what those alternatives might be.” Later in the film we see the same man visually scanning DNA data on a computer screen as he says in voiceover that the skeleton is more human than a chimp but that a lot of mutations and DNA do not make sense according to the model he’s using.
After a May 2013 screening of SIRIUS, this review appeared in Village Voice:
The upshot of the review: “While Kaleka does marshal seemingly credible ex-military talking heads in order to prop up his arguments, it’s depressing to see that the upshot of the doc’s activism is to swoon over a group of CSETI members camping out in the desert as they send out good vibes to the cosmos and claim to interact with friendly alien communities.”
Conspiracy To Kill Linked With Film?
I’m not sure how relevant this is to what people are thinking and saying about the Sikh Temple shooting now, BUT, the fact is that apparently the shooting spawned conspiratorial thinking among the sort of folks who believe in U.F.O.’s such as the blog “help free the earth“:
“The Wisconsin massacre at the Sikh temple is being sold by the mainstream media as the act of another crazed “lone gunman”….
The main target of the Denver Massacre was whistleblower Robert Holmes (banking fraud expert) whose son, James, is now facing the death penalty for a crime he didn’t commit.
“The main target of the Wisconsin Massacre is Emmy award winning documentary filmmaker Amardeep Kaleka’s father. Amardeep is the producer of the film “SIRIUS” in cooperation with Dr. Steven Greer (Disclosure Project).”
In this February 2013
Bravo New World podcast interview host Tim Bravo and asks Kaleka about whether there were multiple shooters on the scene of the Sikh Temple shooting – – which was a narrative supported by conspiracy theorists immediately after the tragedy. Kaleka replies that he believes there was only 1 shooter and he does not think there was any conspiracy to shut down his U.F.O. film project.
Kaleka is also developing a film called Peacemakers which I think earlier had the title “Nursery Crimes”. It’s being funded by a Kickstarter which has raised $13,525 and has only 3 days to go to meet its fundraising goal of $14,000.
Kaletka was involved with a 7-minute short film about a boy with Down Sydrome called Jacob’s Turn. It won an Emmy in 2011.
Kaleka plans to formally announce his candidacy as a Democrat next month according to the HuffPo article “Amar Kaleka, Son Of Slain Sikh Temple President, Plans To Run For Congress Against Paul Ryan”