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Dr. Steven Greer reports examination of non-human remains

Post  Path Walker on Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:41 pm

After many weeks of travel, we are back to report that amazing results have been obtained from our study of the small possible ET body which was discussed in an earlier blog post.

Dr. Bravo, Emery Smith and I traveled to the country that is now home to this small possible ET body and were able to successfully obtain extensive X-Ray and CT Scans of the entire body. We were also able to obtain DNA samples under sterile, surgical conditions. These DNA samples are now being studied by one of the world’s top geneticists.

The X-Ray and CT scan show an intact, actual biological humanoid organism, without question. Astonishing 3-D images were able to be constructed of the body from the detailed CT scan, and we were able to see internal organs such as lungs and what I am fairly sure is a heart structure.

These images have just been examined by the world’s foremost authority on skeletal abnormalities, dysplasias and fetal skeletal syndromes and he has stated that this being is unlike any known skeletal structure found in humans. We also know that it is not an ancient hominid, and while humanoid, not apparently human..."

So, this isn't the first time something like this has been reported. There was also a tiny being that was found, but this may be worth watching Exclamation
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Post  Jackie (Admin) on Fri Apr 26, 2013 9:20 am

However sad it is to consider, there are more mysteries regarding the tiny humanoid recently examined by Dr. Greer than one might realize at first.

Before we go any further, let's quickly look at who did the research;

Dr. Garry Nolan , the Rachford and Carlota A. Harris Professor in the Department of
Microbiology and Immunology, Stanford University School of Medicine.

Dr. Nolan is a tenured Professor in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University. He has published over 130 articles (biochemistry, gene cloning and characterization, virology immunology, transcriptional biology and signaling). (from

Dr. Nolan's website at Stanford:

Though his findings conclude that this is a humanoid child - based on the DNA results - there are still compelling mysteries that will be looked at in the future. Despite this subject being the size of a mid-term fetus, the development of the skeleton indicates it lived outside the womb for 1 to 6 years - Something that cannot be done presently with current medical assistance. There simply are no records of 6 inch human beings as this demonstrates; a level of dwarfism that has never been reported in published, medical findings, as far as I can tell.

True, throughout time, there have been many eye witness reports and accounts of tiny people, and it is easy to speculate that this is some other humanoid evolution, but for now, the facts speak loudly that this small boy has more to tell us. Here is the latest information regarding the Atacama Humanoid-

Here is a very thoughtful, short overview of the research:

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Post  fyrefly on Wed May 01, 2013 11:43 am

I've been reading about this tiny creature over the past few days and was intrigued by what Dr Greer might say in his disclosure. It is worth taking the time to read but my only note of caution is to do with the fact the humanoid was originally discovered in 2003. Since that time it has been sold to a businessman and this makes me wonder why Dr Greer decided to take the whole thing on. Was it done in the interest of finding the truth or to promote his organisation ? Question

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