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Old 13-09-2008, 10:00 PM   #1
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Sirians from Sirius B

In addition to the above extraterrestrials, there are a number of human looking extraterrestrials from Sirius B which is part of a binary star system. Alex Collier describes extraterrestrials from Sirius B as follows:

The cultures around Sirius B have a very controlling vibration. Some of the humans are red, beige and black-skinned. The planets around Sirius B are very arid and generally occupied by reptilian and aquatic-type beings… The society is more obsessed with political thought patterns instead of spiritual attributes. [49]

Amazingly, an African tribe called the Dogon, had an intricate understanding of this elliptical orbit of Sirius B around the main star, Sirius A. This knowledge was apparently given to their ancestors by advanced extraterrestrials from the Sirius star system. [50] The Dogon described the Sirians as Amphibians from a planet around Sirius B, which is consistent with Collier’s claim that one of the planets around Sirius B is “generally occupied by reptilian and aquatic-type beings.” [51] The racial chateristics of the humans from Sirius B suggests that these are descendents from the star system Vega which will be described later.

Preston Nichols claims to be a ‘whistleblower’ who participated in a clandestine project at Montauk that involved a number of extraterrestrial groups. An independent investigator found Nichols “to be a very reliable and solid witness and that for myself, his information checked out across the board--right down the line; to the extent that it was at all possible to verify particular information.” [52] The humans from Sirius B, according Nichols played a role in providing exotic technology such as time/inter-dimensional travel to clandestine government agencies involved in both the Philadelphia Experiment and Montauk Project. [53]

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Old 13-09-2008, 10:05 PM   #2
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shouldn't this be in the UFO section?..
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Old 13-09-2008, 10:09 PM   #3
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No. I looked for an appropiate section and saw reptilian and all but this isn't about UFOs and reptiles. It's about life in space.
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Old 26-11-2009, 03:57 AM   #4
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Its an interesting thing to think about (Life in space)

If you think it over: WE ARE IN SPACE!!!

Space is such an amazing thing to think about,i cant even begin to try and comprehend it all!!
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Its an interesting thing to think about (Life in space)

If you think it over: WE ARE IN SPACE!!!

Space is such an amazing thing to think about,i cant even begin to try and comprehend it all!!
space.. 'room or an area between things or objects.'hmmm..
the meaning is so loose and not really exclusive, like space on a shelf or on a page or line between words..
the word space doesnt do it justice, that is probably why our ancestors called it the heavens, much more apt IMHO.
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Old 11-01-2010, 05:25 PM   #6
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space.. 'room or an area between things or objects.'hmmm..
the meaning is so loose and not really exclusive, like space on a shelf or on a page or line between words..
the word space doesnt do it justice, that is probably why our ancestors called it the heavens, much more apt IMHO.
Yeh but the space between the books on the shelf and the space between lines in a sentance are all made up of the same stuff as the rest of the space, so IMO makes sense to call it space.
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Old 11-01-2010, 06:37 PM   #7
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Yeh but the space between the books on the shelf and the space between lines in a sentance are all made up of the same stuff as the rest of the space, so IMO makes sense to call it space.
then why not call all the oceans and seas simply water?
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No. I looked for an appropiate section and saw reptilian and all but this isn't about UFOs and reptiles. It's about life in space.
The UFO/ET section IS about life in space ... duh
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Old 21-09-2010, 03:10 PM   #9
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Your information though, is true. But the Sirians from Sirius B are not all that hostile.
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"Why so Sirius?"
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Old 21-09-2010, 03:28 PM   #11
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"why so sirius?"
lol! :d
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Your information though, is true. But the Sirians from Sirius B are not all that hostile.
They are described as authoritarian. They like control or power.
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Old 29-05-2014, 11:39 AM   #13
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There Chaos is over and there order has prevailed there system has worked well for them and they believe this should be the natural order of the universe. They believe what they are doing is the correct order for the universe. Who is to say what action is right or wrong, who are we to judge. We can understand there way of being by earths expressions of the Borg and Daleks.
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"Why so Sirius?"
Do you want to know how I got these stars?
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They are described as authoritarian. They like control or power.
Its slightly dosed with disinformation. The traditional story goes: Extraterrestrials colonized planets there, and then after a while, with tensions growing over politics, philosophy, economy etc. the civ from Sirius A engages in conflict with the civ from Sirius B.

In actuality there's a civil war between factions of the populations of Sirius B. Those of Sirius A have nothing to do with it. Before the war, one of the factions sent colonies on an artificial planet in another white dwarf star (like Sirius B), called by us Van Maneen's Star. They are their descendants, and alike the faction they are descended from, both are generally strict, but very positive and friendly beings. The hostiles you mention would be offended if you as much as look at them the funny way. These guys on the other hand treat you as their equal.
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Its slightly dosed with disinformation. The traditional story goes: Extraterrestrials colonized planets there, and then after a while, with tensions growing over politics, philosophy, economy etc. the civ from Sirius A engages in conflict with the civ from Sirius B.

In actuality there's a civil war between factions of the populations of Sirius B. Those of Sirius A have nothing to do with it. Before the war, one of the factions sent colonies on an artificial planet in another white dwarf star (like Sirius B), called by us Van Maneen's Star.
What made you leave this response after 4 years?? What source did you dind to make this claim??????
What is the Van Maneen's Star and how would Sirians colonize a planet near the star knowing that they wouldn't be threatened there???? A civil war would make that difficult
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What's going on here?
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then why not call all the oceans and seas simply water?
there is the plain truth and then there is discriptive poetic flair. i guess having a preference does no harm, it certainly doesn't change the facts...whatever they may be.
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What's going on here?
Why is anyone taking this thread seriously?

It's speculative fiction being passed off as fact.
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